Title: Two Volumes: Articuli Diaetales Anni MDCCCV ...
Publisher: 1805 / , Vienna / [Landerer]
Publication Date: 1805
Book Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Important original reports dating to the end of Austria’s Empirical reign, signed by a mother and son both at the height and wane of their influence, this dual offer including the report from the Hungarian Diet of 1805 dedicated to the last reigning Holy Roman Emperor, Francis II signed by him ‘Franciscus’ and with his official embossed seal. The Holy Roman Empire was dissolved the next year in 1806. MDCCCV (Vienna 1805): Folio (350 x 205mm). 5 leaves. Title page inscribed in Latin for committee notations and signed on last numbered page 505, by Francis II and notaries. Woodcut engraved initial N showing pastoral cityscape. Double column. Dedicated to Francis II, last Holy Roman Emperor, who ruled 1792-1806). Period calf, remnants of library label on spine. A pristine signature and official seal from the last reigning Holy Roman Emperor, very rare indeed, and at the end of his rule. /// Almost sixty years earlier appears a report from the Hungarian Diet of 1741 dedicated to the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, mother of Francis I, signed by her ‘Maria Theresa’ and with her official armorial wax seal: MDCCXLI (Landerer 1741): Folio (305 x 200mm). Title page with subtitle in Latin for committee "Pro fideli nostro" and signed on last numbered page 87, by Maria Theresa with her armorial wax seal (covered in embossed paper) and by notaries Ludovicus de Batthyan and Josephus Koller de Nagy Manya. Woodcut chapter head and tailpieces. Double column. Dedicated to Maria Theresa of Austria, wife of Francis I of Austria, Holy Roman Emperor, mother to Francis II, last Holy Roman Emperor and among her other sixteen children, she was mother to Marie Antoinette. Reinforced cloth backing strip, lightly browned and some chips at beginning, otherwise a good copy. Francis II held the office of the last Holy Roman Emperor and, as Francis I, Emperor of Austria (1804-35); he was also, as Francis, King of Hungary (1792-1830) and King of Bohemia (1792-1836). During his reign, Francis experienced the growing tensions formed by the third coalition war against Napoleonic France, among other tumultuous battles and losses. In particular, this official report of the Diet of Hungary, dated 1805, comes just at the sunset of those most tense years of Francis’ reign. On the 6th of August 1806, under pressure from Napoleon, Francis II dissolved the Holy Roman Empire and reigned henceforth as Francis I, having assumed the imperial title for Austria in 1804. His mother’s document is very important indeed as testament to the long reigning influence this prestigious queen brought to her role. Bookseller Inventory # KK6898
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