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The Holy Bible.Embellished with Engravings from Pictures: BIBLE).

BIBLE).

Published by London: Printed for Thomas Macklin by Thomas Bensley. - 1816* (1800)

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About this Item: London: Printed for Thomas Macklin by Thomas Bensley. - 1816*, 1800. 7 vols. Large folio. Contemporary binding of navy blue morocco, by J. Bone, 31 Frith Street, Soho, London, with his pink ticket in the first volume, sides with greek key gilt border, gilt inner dentelles, spine gilt, raised bands, all edges gilt. Engraved dedication and 70 full page engravings after Joshua Reynolds, William Hamilton, Fuseli, Angelica Kauffman etc. plus numerous vignette head- and tail-pieces. Light foxing to some of the plates as usual, a few joints expertly and very neatly repaired. A most handsome set. * The first 6 volumes are dated 1800, the final volume, the Apocrypha is dated 1816 (as normal). Seller Inventory # 52625

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The Holy Bible: Volume 1: The Old: Poussin, Nicolas; Raphaël;

Poussin, Nicolas; Raphaël; Rubens; Luigi Mayer; Robert Smirke (Illustrators)

Published by NP (1800)

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About this Item: NP, 1800. Hardcover. Condition: vg. Folio. Unpaginated. Gold-tooled leather with gold lettering on spines. Raised bands. All edges gilt. Dentelles. Silk moire endpapers. Mounted frontispieces and title-pages. Blue silk ribbon marker in each volume. Rare Bible profusely illustrated with hundreds of mounted reproductions of drawings by Nicolas Poussin and Raphaël, several hand-colored aquatint engravings from Luigi Mayer's "Views in Palestine" and others from drawings by Rubens and Robert Smirke. Some of these plates have been engraved by James Fittler. Text in two columns. This stunning Bible seems unique as there is no mention of it in either OCLC or Darlow & Moule. Corners slightly bumped. Minor rubbing along joints and edges of bindings. Head of spine of first volume slightly rubbed. Minor foxing and age-toning along paper margin throughout. Bindings in overall very good, interior in near to fine condition. Seller Inventory # 18810

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The Holy Bible. Embellished with Engravings from

Published by London; printed by Thomas Bensley for Thomas Macklin (1800)

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About this Item: London; printed by Thomas Bensley for Thomas Macklin, 1800. Six volumes complete bound in 7, folio [text block 468 x 370mm], splendid contemporary full black grained morocco, unsigned, with very broad Greek key within triple fillet and blind roll around board edges, centre panel with gilt line and floral corners, the spine with gilt decorated double raised bands, lettered, numbered and dated in 5 compartments, very elaborate large centres to remaining two compartments; broad turn-ins with blind roll decoration and gilt squares at corners, pink silk doublures with gilt roll edges, all edges gilt, red and gold silk page marker. Volumes 1-4 contain the OT, volumes 5-7 the NT (the Apocrypha was not published until 1816 and is not here present); printed in two columns of 29 lines in a very large type-face, the words commonly printed in italics in other bibles are distinguished in this edition only by a dot under the first vowel; all volumes have half-titles (save volume 7) and title-pages; 8pp list of subscribers; 2pp 'References to the Text'; 113 engraved vignettes, many half-page; 70 splendidly engraved plates dated 1791-1800 (as wanted) plus engraved dedication volume 1 dated 1791. Edges and corners of boards repaired; some surface damage to boards and board edges now fairly well re-coloured and repolished but with some loss of gilt decoration; front fly-leaf has a long list of ex-pupils who presented the bible to the Rev. Thomas Bloxham of Rugby in 1859; half-title and title-page vols. 3 & 4 have vertical crease; some scattered foxing, especially toward back of volume 1; some plates and vignettes offset to text; vol 6 has some damp stains, mostly faint, in lower margin and fore-margin; a still most handsome set. According to Lowndes this 'splendid' edition of the Holy Bible was issued in 70 parts at a guinea a part; Herbert describes the edition as 'sumptious'. The largest bible produced in English. Will want considerably extra postage. Seller Inventory # 55688

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BIBLE IN ENGLISH. (THE MACKLIN BIBLE)

Published by T. Bensley for T. Macklin [final volume Bensley for T. Cadell & W. Davies] 1800 [for the six volumes of the Bible], 1816 [for the Apocrypha], London (1800)

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About this Item: T. Bensley for T. Macklin [final volume Bensley for T. Cadell & W. Davies] 1800 [for the six volumes of the Bible], 1816 [for the Apocrypha], London, 1800. First Printing of this Edition. 484 x 390 mm. (19 x 15 1/4"). Seven volumes (comprising the regular Bible in six volumes, and the Apocrypha, very often not included, as a seventh volume). First Printing of this Edition. Once splendid contemporary black straight-grain morocco, gilt, covers framed by Greek key roll, palmette roll, and multiple gilt rules, double raised bands, spine compartments densely gilt with rows of alternating star and circlet tools, gilt titling, turn-ins with gilt chain roll, purple endpapers, all edges gilt (some inexpert but not obvious repairs to joints and backstrips). With more than 100 allegorical headpieces and tailpieces and some 70 SPLENDID LARGE-FOLIO SIZE COPPER PLATES after Fuseli, Reynolds, West, and others. Herbert 1442 and 1651. Extremities rather rubbed, boards a bit scuffed, but the decorative contemporaneous bindings solid and not without appeal. Plates somewhat foxed (mostly to margins), mild to moderate offsetting from plates, occasional mild offsetting in the text bed, but still a fresh, wide-margined copy. The most prodigious form of scripture in English ever published, the Macklin Bible features very large and bold type, fine Whatman paper, and a series of engravings by some of the most celebrated artists of the period. Like the Boydell "Shakespeare Gallery" (also printed by Bensley), our Macklin Bible is a vast picture book with illustrations that are grand both in size and emotional impact. According to DNB, Macklin (1752/3-1800) announced his intention to produce a lavishly illustrated, luxuriously produced folio Bible in 1789, and he spent the next 11 years and £30,000 making his dream a reality. His efforts paid off: "the subscription list for 703 copies at £46 1s. apiece was headed by the king, the queen, and the prince of Wales." Sadly, Macklin died just five days after the last engraving was finished, and did not live to see his masterpiece become one of the most acclaimed English Bibles. As DNB observes, "The Macklin Bible endures as the most ambitious edition produced in Britain, often pirated but never rivalled." The present copy has the additional distinction of containing what amounts to an extra volume: the Macklin Bible most often appears in the marketplace without the Apocrypha, appearing here as volume VII, which was not issued until 16 years after the others. Copies of the Macklin Bible were often put into ornate bindings, as was the present set; despite the depradations of time, the workmanship of a superior London binder remains apparent. The most prodigious form of scripture in English ever published, the Macklin Bible features very large and bold type, fine Whatman paper, and a series of engravings by some of the most celebrated artists of the period. Like the Boydell "Shakespeare Gallery" (also printed by Bensley), our Macklin Bible is a vast picture book with illustrations that are grand both in size and emotional impact. According to DNB, Macklin (1752/3-1800) announced his intention to produce a lavishly illustrated, luxuriously produced folio Bible in 1789, and he spent the next 11 years and £30,000 making his dream a reality. His efforts paid off: "the subscription list for 703 copies at £46 1s. apiece was headed by the king, the queen, and the prince of Wales." Sadly, Macklin died just five days after the last engraving was finished, and did not live to see his masterpiece become one of the most acclaimed English Bibles. As DNB observes, "The Macklin Bible endures as the most ambitious edition produced in Britain, often pirated but never rivalled." The present copy has the additional distinction of containing what amounts to an extra volume: the Macklin Bible most often appears in the marketplace without the Apocrypha, appearing here as volume VII, which was not issued until 16 years after the others. Copies of the Macklin Bible were often put into ornate bindings, as was the present set; despite the depradations of time, the workmanship of a superior London binder remains apparent. Seller Inventory # CJW1405

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BIBLE].

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About this Item: 1791. [BIBLE]. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: with the Apocrypha. Translated Out of the Original Tongues, and with the Former Translation Diligently Compared and Revised, by the Special Command of King James I of England. With an Index. Worcester, MA: Isaiah Thomas, 1791. Folio. 2 Vols. [4],5-460; [2],461-635,[3],[637]-786,[4],[789]- 1012pp. 50 plates (including frontises.). Orig. full calf, gilt-ruled spines, red morocco spine labels. Light wear to spine ends and corners, front hinge of Vol. One tender ,inner hinges tape-repaired, light scattered foxing, a few leaves and plates tape-repaired, else very good. Evans 23186. Hills 29. Rumball-Petre 171. The first folio Bible printed in America. "Isaiah Thomas, whom Benjamin Franklin called the Baskerville of America,' was one of the notable publishers during the early days of the Republic. He made every effort to ensure accuracy of the text by comparing some thirty different editions and having the text carefully examined by several clergymen and others, who compared it with eight Bibles"-Herbert 1353. Thomas announced his plan for the publication of a folio Bible in 1790. This copy includes all plates and the Apocrypha, both of which are not present in all copies. Seller Inventory # 73174

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Published by John Thompson (1798)

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About this Item: John Thompson, 1798. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. illustrated (illustrator). Full title: The Holy Bible, Containing The Old and New Testaments; Together with the Apocrypha; Translated out of the Original Tongues: And with the Former Translations, Diligently Compared and Revised. 2 Volumes bound in leather; cracked spine edges on Vol 1, but well-bound; rubbed raw spine ends. Pages are tanned, though highly legible; some damp staining. Please call or write for further information. These are over-sized & heavy & may require additional postage. Book. Seller Inventory # WS13367

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The Holy Bible : Containing the Old: John Thompson; A

John Thompson; A Lawson; Various Contributors

Published by Philadelphia : Printed for John Thompson & Abraham Small (1798)

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About this Item: Philadelphia : Printed for John Thompson & Abraham Small, 1798. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. 2 Volumes. Folio. Bound in contemporary full calf. Gilt lettering and tooling on spine. Rebacked and restored. Owners name of James Andrews on SFEP of Vol. I dated 3rd month, 1839 and Vol. II, dated 10th month 1839. Includes some written paper ephemera found in the book. Hinge repaired. Foxing. Toning to frontis and title page of Vol. I. Repair to frontis. Lacking blank leaf and 2-page subscribers list, which Sabin states was only in some copies. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. Early Bibles in America,? p414. Shipton & Mooney, Evans 33408. ESTC W4507, W4795.; Hills 62; O'Callaghan 1798.1; Sabin 5182. It was issued originally in 40 numbers, commencing June, 1796, at half a dollar a number. Hence the division into volumes is altogether arbitrary. The text is from the Cambridge ed. published by John Baskerville, with an index at the end of Volume II. This Bible represents a step forward in American printing technology. It was the first hot press Bible to be produced. Under this method of printing, the ink was heated during the printing process, causing it to bond more strongly to the paper. Seller Inventory # 1409120001

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The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and

Published by [1795] (1795)

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About this Item: [1795], 1795. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 2 volumes. Beautiful contemporary straight-grained red morocco with gilt highlights and dentelles. AEG. Internally very good with scattered light stains and foxing. 21 uncolored full-page plates by Robert Corbould and Charles Reuben Riley. DNB - "It is as a designer of illustrations for books that Corbould is most widely known. He was largely employed by publishers, and his illustrations, engraved by the best artists, show great taste, and occupy one of the highest places in that department of art" Darlow & Moule 1392. Herbert 1399. Large heavy volume will require additional shipping charges. Seller Inventory # 900012

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BIBLE

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About this Item: 1795. "BIBLE. The Holy Bible, Ornamented with Engravings by James Fittler London: T. Bensley, for R. Bowyer and J. Fittler, (1795). Two volumes. Quarto, contemporary full red straight-grain morocco gilt, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, raised bands, all edges gilt. $4200.First edition of James Fittler’s two-volume "Cabinet Bible," beautifully illustrated with 75 engraved plates after Durer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Vandyck, Correggio, Poussin, and other Old Masters, as well as engraved title pages. Very handsomely bound in full contemporary straight-grain morocco-gilt.This "Cabinet Bible" was the first to feature engraved plates by James Fittler, the distinguished 18th-century artist, an associate of the Royal Academy and marine engraver to George III; with letterpress by Thomas Bensley. Of the engraved plates, 45 are full-page illustrations, 30 are vignette section titles. With the famous misprint "Let the children first be killed" (instead of "filled") at Mark vii, 27. Darlow & Moule 961. Herbert 1394. Early owner signatures.Infrequent faint foxing to the margins of a few plates, text generally quite clean and fresh. A few minor rubs to contemporary morocco-gilt bindings. A very handsomely bound large quarto illustrated Bible.". Seller Inventory # 102588

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About this Item: 1791. (BIBLES). The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated Out of the Original Tongues: and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. Trenton: Printed and Sold by Isaac Collins, 1791. Large 4to. Orig. full blind-filleted sheep, raised spine bands. Rebacked with original spine laid down, light scattered foxing, some staining to outer foredge of rear board, else a very good copy in custom cloth slipcase. Evans 23184. Felcone 578. This copy contains the Apocrypha which is sometimes lacking. In addition it has separate title pages for the Old and New Testaments, as well as the Concordance. This is the first Bible printed in New Jersey. With the binding ticket of Craig and Lea, binders of Wilmington, Delaware. The firm bound many copies for Collins. Seller Inventory # 72922

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About this Item: Edinburgh, Mark and Charles Kerr, 1791. 12mo. 126 x 68 mm. Unpaginated. Printed in double columns. Contemporary binding in red morocco, edges gilt. Ornately tooled in the manner of James Scott. The tools used include a pair of rampant lions, pillars, Britannia seated and a Chinese influenced crane or similar bird, along with a Greek key roll. These tools however do not appear to be from the Scott workshop. Flat spine, tooled in panels with a green label. Contents clean and tight. Light rubbing on edges and corners, but a very handsome little binding. Herbert 1360. ESTC 166200. NLS, Aberdeen, O; Univ. Notre Dame and ESTC N62432. Seller Inventory # 4194

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Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New: BIBLE

BIBLE

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About this Item: 1791. BIBLE. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues: and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. Trenton: Isaac Collins, 1791. 4to. [1316] p. Contemporary blind-paneled sheep by Craig and Lea, with their decorative printed binder's label on the front pastedown. Binding worn at the extremities, as usual, front hinge cracking but held strongly by the cords. Internally, the first several leaves have some erosion at the extreme edges (about 1/4 in.), and there is the usual scattered foxing inherent in early American paper, but this is a very good, tight copy. The first Bible printed in New Jersey, the second quarto King James Bible printed in America, and the best known product of the eighteenth-century New Jersey press. For a lengthy and highly detailed account of the printing, binding, promotion, publication, and distribution of the Collins Bible, see Felcone, Printing in New Jersey, 1754-1800, 578. Ticketed (i.e., labelled) eighteenth-century American bindings are seldom seen on the market today. This copy contains the Apocrypha and, like all copies, John Downame's concordance at the end. Evans 22472, 23184, 23656; Hills 31; ESTC W4498, W4517, W27796, W28443, W36125. Seller Inventory # 14506

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Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New: BIBLE

BIBLE

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About this Item: 1791. BIBLE. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues: and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. Trenton: Isaac Collins, 1791. 4to. [1316] p. Contemporary blind-paneled sheep (extremities rubbed but hinges very sound). Dampstaining, noticeable at the beginning of the text and diminishing then disappearing further in, then reappearing at the end. "Naomy Bower her Bible and she was born in the year of our Lord 1742,." with genealogical records of Abraham and Naomi Bower and the Cox and Scholl families. A very good copy. The first Bible printed in New Jersey, the second quarto King James Bible printed in America, and the best known product of the eighteenth-century New Jersey press. For a lengthy and highly detailed account of the printing, binding, promotion, publication, and distribution of the Collins Bible, see Felcone, Printing in New Jersey, 1754-1800, 578. This copy contains the Apocrypha and, like all copies, John Downame's concordance at the end. Evans 22472, 23184, 23656; Hills 31; ESTC W4498, W4517, W27796, W28443, W36125. Seller Inventory # 7412

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Holy Bible for the Blind (new York: Anonymous

Anonymous

Published by Anonymous, Anonymous (1800)

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About this Item: Anonymous, Anonymous, 1800. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Vol.1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-10-11. RARE-------We believe this to be the only near complete set available in the world. BIBLE----Late 1800's-------(Vol. 1)- genesis - exodus (Vol. 2) - Levitucus - deuteronomy (Vol. 3)- Joshua - samuel (Vol. 4) - I Kings - I chronicles (Vol. 5) - II chronicles - Job (Vol. 6) - Pslams - song of solomon (Vol 7) - Isaiah - Jeremiah (Vol. 8) - Lamentatson - malachi (Vol. 10) - John - I corinthians (Vol. 11) -II corinthians - revelation.The cover has three-quarter leather and has some wear.The pages look good.Volume 10 has the spine covering loose.Volume 9 is missing.Volume 6 has a piece of tape down the side of the spine.Not sure of the date but should be close.Shipping will take about 4 or 5 box's.Additional S&H is included in the U.S. only. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Leather. Seller Inventory # RL 01035

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The Holy Bible for the use of: BIBLE; English, Authorized.)

About this Item: London: Printed for Robert Scholey, and Scatcherd & Letterman, By Thomas Davison, 1802, 1802. 2 volumes, octavo (232 x 146 mm). Contemporary black straight-grain morocco, spines divided in six compartments by low bands with decorative gilt rolls, gilt-lettered direct in two compartments, others gilt, sides with wide gilt borders enclosing a thinner border in blind, gilt centrepieces incorporating a dove and the Tetragrammaton, decorative gilt roll to turn-ins, drab olive endpapers, gilt edges. Corners lightly bumped, marginal browning to titles, very occasional light foxing (chiefly marginal), small ink stain affecting a few leaves towards upper outer corner at end of vol. I but not the text, overall a very good copy in an attractive contemporary binding. Frontispiece and 5 plates engraved by Daniel Taylor after H. Richter, all on thin paper mounted on thicker wove paper; engraved title pages. First edition thus, from the library of Thomas Robert Malthus's daughter-in-law, with gift inscriptions at the head of the titles "Sophia M. F. Otter from her Grandfather 1823". Sophia Marian Frances Otter was daughter of William Otter, bishop of Chichester. As an undergraduate Otter befriended Malthus and accompanied him on a tour of northern Europe as he gathered supporting evidence for his Essay on Population, while Otter occupied himself with botanizing (he was later a fellow of the Linnean Society). Otter's memoir of Malthus, prefixed to the second edition of The Principles of Political Economy (1836), is an important source for Malthus's life. In the same year Sophia united the two families when she married Henry Malthus, only son and heir of the economist. The illustrations, dated "April 1 1802" or "June 1 1802" at the foot, are by Henry James Richter (1772–1857), friend of Thomas Stothard and William Blake. This appears to be the first edition under this title, and is the only such copy we can trace. Copac lists two copies of a later edition of the same title, both dated May 1st 1809 at the foot of the frontispiece, and notes that BLC and Herbert also give 1809 as date of publication. OCLC gives six locations, again all dated 1809. In this edition some plates have the imprint of E. Harding, 98 Pall Mall, the year before his appointment as librarian to Queen Charlotte. The Advertisement at the front of volume 1 has at its foot the instruction: "The bookbinder is desired to press the book well, but not to beat it.". Seller Inventory # 123382

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Bible in English

Published by John Thompson & Abraham Small, Philadelphia (1798)

ISBN 10: 9111409002 ISBN 13: 9789111409001

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About this Item: John Thompson & Abraham Small, Philadelphia, 1798. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 2 volumes. Folio (v1: 419 x 260mm; v2: 406 x 260mm). 1st hot-press edition of the Bible printed in America. With frontis in vol 1. Without list of subscribers in vol 2. Lacking final blank in volume 1. Hills 62. Sabin 5182. Contemporary full marbled calf, with marbled endpapers. Light wear, upper 3' of front joint of volume 2 starting. Offsetting to title page of volume 1 from frontispiece. Some foxing, primarily to prelims, with mild soiling throughout. Occasional staining to margins. VG. THE SET: Seller Inventory # 2634241

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The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and

About this Item: Isaac Collins, Trenton, 1791. [1316] pp. 1 vols. 4to. [1316] pp. 1 vols. 4to. The first Bible printed in New Jersey and the second quarto King James Bible printed in America. Felcone 578; Evans 22472, 23184, 23656; Hills 31; ESTC W4498, W4517, W27796, W28443, W36125 Contemporary sheep. Front board detached, spine ends worn, first three leaves with wear (title page margins worn, affecting some rules). Boxed. Seller Inventory # 305628

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The New Evangelical Family Bible; or, a: BIBLE. PRIESTLEY (Timothy)

BIBLE. PRIESTLEY (Timothy)

Published by London: Printed and Published under the immediate Inspection of the Author Sold Wholesale and Retail by Alex Hogg. And sold by H. D. Symonds. J. Parsons and W. Button; W. Ash; J. Murgatroyd; M. Gurney; J.S. Jordan; J. Mathews; J. Sudbury; J. Delahoy at Deptford-Bridge; and M. Murray: and may be had of all the Booksellers and Newsmen in London Westminster and at Bath Bristol Birmingham Canterbury Cambridge and 25 other towns in England; and likewise in England Wales Scotland Ireland France Holland Germany America &c. no date ? - 1794 (1793)

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About this Item: London: Printed and Published under the immediate Inspection of the Author Sold Wholesale and Retail by Alex Hogg. And sold by H. D. Symonds. J. Parsons and W. Button; W. Ash; J. Murgatroyd; M. Gurney; J.S. Jordan; J. Mathews; J. Sudbury; J. Delahoy at Deptford-Bridge; and M. Murray: and may be had of all the Booksellers and Newsmen in London Westminster and at Bath Bristol Birmingham Canterbury Cambridge and 25 other towns in England; and likewise in England Wales Scotland Ireland France Holland Germany America &c. no date ? - 1794, 1793. Folio, 397 x 230 mms., pp. vi, [7], 8 - 1080, weighing 5.7 kg. (12 pounds, 9 ounces), engraved frontispiece and 89 full-age engraved plates and maps, contemporary calf, rebacked, with old spine ornately gilt in compartments and red morocco label laid down, top and base of spine finely restored; covers scratched, but an interesting copy, with a small rectangular red morocco label, 110 x 42 mms., on the front paste-down end-paper, "John Hodges and Sarah Stroud/ Rotherhithe/ 1792," with their succeeding family history on five leaves at the end. A web site on the genealogy of the Hodges-Stroud alliance suggests that they never married, and that Louisa Lancaster Hodges, their daughter was baptised on 30 May 1794 at St. Mary's Rotherhithe, but went by the mother's surname. In fact, one of the records on the end-papers records, "Louisa Lancaster Stroud, the Daughter of the of the Aforementioned, Born May 8th 1794, Twenty Eight Minutes Past vie in the Morning at No. 296 Rotherhithe Street, Rother[hithe] & Baptised 30th May at St Marys Rotherhithe by the Rev. Shearman, Godfather, Mr. Willm Lancaster Snr Godmothers Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Baldwin." Timothy Priestley (1734 - 1814), one of six children of Jonas Priestley and Mary Swift and younger brother to Joseph Priestley (1733 - 1804), trained himself to work with brass and wood to make models for his older brother, but at an early age became interested in the dissenting ministry, and in 1760 was ordained priest to take up a role as past to a congregation at Kipping, Thornton, near Bradford. He eventually wound up in London, as minister of the Jewin Street Independent Church, London. At the same time he also edited the Christian's Magazine, or, Gospel Repository, which was designed to counteract unitarianism, with Selina, Countess of Huntingdon as the magazine's patron. ODNB gives the date of publication of this edition of the Bible as 1792, which is probably accurate, given the evidence of the bookplate. This seems to correspond to ESTC T95041, with copies located at the BL, Wisconsin-Madison, Chicago; and Dunedin in New Zealand What appears to be another issue, ESTC T200457 is located in the John Rylands Library. However, T95041 mentions two lists of subscribers, which are not present in this volume; nor is the portrait of Priestley, which is called for in the "Instructions to the Binder," but the somewhat eccentric placing of the plates and the admonitions about impressing the engravings, etc. suggest that each copy of the Bible was bound separately from the original issue numbers and that no two copies are likely to be exactly the same. Seller Inventory # 7725

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The Holy Bible; Bound with Cartons of: Holy Bible]

Holy Bible]

Published by R. Bowyer, London (1795)

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About this Item: R. Bowyer, London, 1795. Full Morocco. Condition: Good+. Fittler, James (illustrator). First Thus. Two volumes complete, unpaginated, collates A-9I2v (as Herbert), with Cartons of Raphael D'Urbin (7pp) at the end of volume two. Full morocco, raised bands, spines in six panels, title to second panel, volume to third, remaining panels with small quadrilobe device to centre, place of publication and date to foot, all in gilt, covers with single fillet border and small fleuron corner pieces, gilt roll to edges and inner edges, all edges gilt and marbled, marbled endpapers, leather joints. Slightly rubbed to extremities, couple of minor bumps and scrapes. Internally some light browning and off-setting, repair to head of frontispiece, but generally quite clean. Previous owners bookplate to ffep, old booksellers description tipped in to front pastedown. Engraved titles and engraved plates by Fittler after Durer, Rembrandt and Rubens amongst others. Binding is by Kalthoeber, with his (oxidised) ticket to reverse of front marbled endpaper. Herbert 1394, with the misprint at Mark vii, 27, 'Let the children first be killed' instead of 'filled'. Bound in at the rear is the 7pp 'Cartons of Raphael D'Urbin', with the plate and additional engraved title (Estc N61186), showing only five locations worldwide Size: 4to. Seller Inventory # 000571

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John Thompson and Abraham Small

Published by John Thompson and Abraham Small (1798)

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About this Item: John Thompson and Abraham Small, 1798. Leather. Condition: Acceptable. Dust Jacket Condition: N/A. First Edition. Two volume folio sized in calf with marbled end papers weighing 24 lbs. First hot pressed edition of the Bible published in 1798. It contains a patriotic device on the title page in which a Bible is encircled with fifteen stars, and supported by the American eagle. The imprint is as follows: "Printed for John Thompson and Abraham Small from the Hot-press of John Thompson. The Bible follows the text of the Cambridge edition of Baskerville. The book was published by subscription and the impressive list of subscribers is included. These two volumes are in need of restoration. All the cover corners are worn and covers and spine edges are also rubbed. Gilt cover design and spine titling are a bit faded but legible. Both covers are separated from Volume II and the front cover separated from Volume I as well as the first 4 pages. Given that, the bindings are solid. Some occasional damp staining and foxing throughout both volumes. Scans available.Free Delivery Confirmation. Seller Inventory # 200124

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Published by The Clarendon Press: Dawson, Bensley and Cooke, Oxford (1799)

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About this Item: The Clarendon Press: Dawson, Bensley and Cooke, Oxford, 1799. 7.5 x 5, gilt ruled straight grain leather, aeg, Sss(6), covers well worn, outer hinges starting, extremities bumped and worn, hinges loose, front inner cracked, ink name and date (1806) of former owner on front blank, minor toning and spotting ele a nice example of a late 18th century English Bible. Darlow & Moule 980, but in one volume. WITH A NICE, OLD, COLOR FOREDGE PAINTING OF TWO MEN IN RIDING CLOTHES AND A WOMAN IN BLACK DRESS ON HORSEBACK, AND A MAN WITH A CROSSBOW-LIKE DEVICE STANDING IN FRONT OF AN ENGLISH MANOR HOUSE. Seller Inventory # 98-9194

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The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament: Fore-Edge Painting] [BIBLE
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About this Item: John Reeves, 1802., London:, 1802. 4to. [ii], xxi pp. [228] ff. [a2, b-d4, e2, A-Z4, 2A-Z4, 3A-G4]. Original dark greenish-blue straight-grain morocco, gilt floral ruled borders, raised bands with three angels in three compartments, a.e.g. The binding is not sign but it is similar to other English bindings of the period, possibly Staggemeier & Welcher. The spine foot says "Genesis to Numbers" and "Reeves's â€" Edition" in gilt. Early armorial bookplate of W. H. Battie-Wrightson, Cusworth, Yorkshire. Extensively annotated in ink holograph (3 ½ pages on blank endleaves), being the record of Thomas de Grey's family births, marriages and deaths; he is the second son of Lord Walsingham, "a clergyman married Elizabeth Fourth Daughter of the Hon.ble. Brownlow North, Bishop of Winchester on the 12th of August 1802 by Special Licence at the Private Chapel at Winchester House Chelsea." Very good. WITH A DOUBLE FORE-EDGE PAINTING of Philadelphia in 1790 and New York in 1820. The scene of Philadelphia shows churches, buildings, a harbor and shipping scene; on the reverse edge showing "New York" has various harbor buildings. Not signed; likely painted just prior to Leamington's owning this volume, thus ca. 1953. The artist is not known. Often an American bookstore would import a volume acquired from an artist or a British bookstore. Provenance: W. H. Battie-Wrightson, Cusworth, Yorkshire. William Wrightson (1752-1827), of Cusworth Hall, Doncaster, Yorkshire, was a former member of Parliament (1784-1790); his son of the same name, lived (1789-1879); it is unclear which person's bookplate the name refers. Brownlow North (1741-1820), (former owner, family member) was appointed Bishop of Winchester in 1781. [DNB]. More recently, a pencil note within the book indicates it was purchased from Leamington Book Shop, July 1953. A bookseller's clipped catalogue description appears to be that of Leamington's [Price: £18 10s. ca. 1953]. A later pencil note 12/98 indicates this book was priced in December 1998 at $1,600. Seller Inventory # FF167

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Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New: BIBLE. ENGLISH

BIBLE. ENGLISH

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About this Item: 1793. BIBLE. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues: and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised. Trenton: Isaac Collins, 1793 [i.e., 1794]. Thick 8vo. [1118] p. Contemporary sheep, scuffed at the extremities and darkened, lacking binder's blanks, title soiled and dampstained. The second Bible printed in New Jersey, following Collins's quarto Bible of 1791, and a very scarce book (unlike the quarto). In over 40 years of specializing in early New Jersey printing, we have handled only five copies of this Bible, and they have all been in rough condition. This one is the nicest by a considerable margin. Evans 25171, 26666; Felcone, Printing in New Jersey, 683; Hills 43; ESTC W4510. Seller Inventory # 10495

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1795 1st ed Holy Bible Illustrated by: FITTLER, James

FITTLER, James

Published by London : Published by R. Bowyer & J. Fittler, 1795. First edition (1795)

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About this Item: London : Published by R. Bowyer & J. Fittler, 1795. First edition, 1795. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 1795 1st ed Holy Bible Illustrated by James Fittler English Cabinet Bible ART RARE Durer, Rembrandt, Poussin & other Old Masters First edition of James Fittler’s illustrated “Cabinet Bible.” This fine Bible is illustrated with 75+ engraved plates of art that resemble that of Durer, Rembrandt, Poussin and other “Old Masters” as the title suggests. James Fittler was a well-known 18th-century artist, and this “Cabinet Bible” was the first to feature works of Fittler’s. Item number: #454 Price: $1500 FITTLER, James The Holy Bible ornamented with engravings by James Fittler from celebrated pictures by old masters. London : Published by R. Bowyer & J. Fittler, 1795. First edition Details: • Collation complete with all pages • First edition point: Mark 7:27 has famous misprint “let the children first be killed” (instead of ‘filled’) • References: Darlow & Moule 961 • Binding: Leather; tight and secure • Language: English • Size: ~10in X 6.5in (26cm x 17cm) • We find this same, very rare set selling elsewhere for over $4,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Photos available upon request. Seller Inventory # ABE-1493936293069

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Hugh Gaine

Published by Hugh Gaine, New York (1792)

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About this Item: Hugh Gaine, New York, 1792. Hardcover. Condition: Good+. First Edition Thus. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 816 pages; New York, Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, at his book-store and printing-office, at the Bible, in Hanover-Square: 1792. Contemporary calf boards with sympathetic professional rebacking and replaced morocco label at spine. In 12's, printed in double columns. The contents have been carefully inspected with all pages believed present, including original endsheets. Extensive family records in a close hand relating to the families of Daniel Hodgkins, his daughter Betsy Hodgkins and of Sylvanus Sparks, to whom she was wed in 1812. Family history is listed on the blank leaf between the Testaments and on the verso of the title page and blank area of the facing recto. Condition faults are thus: the first 20 or so leaves are rubbed and a little nicked at the front edge, with some shallow chips at the corners. 6 or 7 of those leaves have short partial closed tears starting from the gutter, which have been closed with archival paper repairs. Leaf A9 had apparently detached and is missing a small triangular chip at the top gutter edge with some loss of text. The front edge of the same leaf is missing all of the margin and some minimal areas of text. Small worm hole in the lower margin of signatures M-O, generally not affecting text, but here and there reaching into the terminal line or two. Similar margin worming top front corner same signatures and likewise at top front corner of signature Z. Expected light toning to pages as expected. A tallow type margin stain to the margins of the first several leaves. Front endpage and terminal printed leaf have short archival paper reinforcements to the top edges. According to Hills "the type for this edition is said to have been set up in Scotland and imported in page form, ready for printing. The type was apparently kept standing. In 1803, the forms were sold to Matthew Carey of Philadelphia. Because of the delay on his own school edition, [Isaiah] Thomas is said to have purchased 500 copies of this Bible in sheets in 1792." It also seems likely that the forms were used by William Young of Philadelphia for his 1794 Bible. A rather decent example, with noteworthy provenance, and with an attractive sympathetic rebacking. Hills 40. Seller Inventory # 13224

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Hugh Gaine]

Published by Hugh Gaine, New York (1800)

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About this Item: Hugh Gaine, New York, 1800. Hardcover. 2nd edition. Bound in full leather. Mild rubbing and shelf wear. Pages are uniformly browned from age. Good condition. FROM THE PRESS OF THE 'TURN-COAT PRINTER OF THE REVOLUTION'. Hugh Gaine was a colonial printer who supported the colonists at the beginning of the American Revolution and his newspaper, The New York Mercury, was a voice of the colonists. Financial pressure caused Gaine to return to the Royalist cause in November 1776 and his paper supported the british for the remainder of the Revolution. Gaine continued his business after the war ended and in 1792 published the first Bible in America printed from stereotype. The copy offered here is the second edition printed from the same type; it is actually far scarcer as Gaine closed his business in 1800 and only a few copies of this Bible were released. Seller Inventory # 150982

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Bible - English - Scott Commentary]:

Published by London: Printed for Bellamy and Roberts, 1788 - 1792. (1792)

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About this Item: London: Printed for Bellamy and Roberts, 1788 - 1792., 1792. Four volumes bound in six. Quarto. Contemporary unlettered calf, marbled endsheets, spines gilt. Plates and maps (some folding). Institutional bookplate and early gift inscriptions, hinges cracked but still holding, spine ends chipped, scattered foxing and tanning, burn scar to lower board of first volume, scrape to spine of sixth volume. Still, a sound, useful set, amenable to cosmetics. First edition of Thomas Scott's edition of the English Bible, first published in 174 weekly numbers spanning 1788-92. The enterprise contributed to the bankruptcy of the publisher, and Scott was saddled with considerable debt, but his commentary has been described as "the greatest theological performance of our age and country" - Sir James Stephen (quoted by Herbert). The title calls for a Concordance and accompaniments, which does not appear in this set -- according to Herbert it is usually the separate 3rd edition of Powell's 1792 concordance and was published as a separate accompaniment in quarto format, and in 8vo both as standalones. Given the binding configuration of this set (it usually appears in four volumes), it is possible that this set was bound up from the parts issue. The New Testament is bound in two volumes (with general title in 1st volume only) and what usually appears as volume one is here present in two volumes, with the general title in the first, and the second beginning with Ruth. ESTC locates three sets: BL, Newport Central and Washington State. HERBERT 1366. ESTC T95096. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT 76093

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REEVES' BIBLE.

Published by London: Published for John Reeves; sold by George and William Nicol. (1802)

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About this Item: London: Published for John Reeves; sold by George and William Nicol., 1802. 10 volumes bound as 9; large 8vo. (24 x 31 cm). Contemporary full black morocco with gilt bands and gilt titles to flat backs, gilt rule to boards, all edges gilt, marbled end papers with gilt dentelle. From the library of William Cavendish, Duke of Portland, British Prime Minister 1807-1809, with a crowned 'P' stamped in gilt to first compartment of spines and Welbeck Abbey bookplate to paste down of each volume. A very attractive set of complete and fully annotated Bible, just a little rubbed. 'In the Preface Reeves explains his design 'to put to the press an edition of the Bible in separate volumes, that would make a manual commodious for perusal, like the editions of our best English books.' The text is a careful reprint of Blayney's Bible of 1769 with certain changes. It is here printed in paragraphs, and divided into sections, though the chapter-and-verse numbers are retained, and 'metre' is distinguished from 'Prose'. Besides Reeves' Dedication to the King and Preface, the preliminary matter includes the Translator's Preface, chronological Index, Tables, etc. With Apocrypha. The Prayer Book version of the Psalms is printed side by side with King James's Version. A full page contains 39 lines. Issued apparently in 10 volumes.'. This set has the Prefaces and Notes bound in vol.VIII. Darlow and Moule, 985, p. 316. Seller Inventory # 34135

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Published by Mathew Carey, Philadelphia (1802)

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About this Item: Mathew Carey, Philadelphia, 1802. Full-Leather. Condition: Poor. Early Printing. This 1802 bible contains the birth and and some death records for 5 generations of the Golding family. It belonged to Joseph Golding (1770-1813) and his wife, Sarah Golding (1774-1841). The births and deaths of Joseph Golding's parents are recorded - Abraham Golding (1748-1810) and his wife Phebe (Thorne) Golding (1752-1812). Joseph and Sarah Golding's 5 children are recorded. They were born between 1796 and 1807 - Phebe Ann, Issac Thorn, Lewis, Abraham, and John G. Next generation - Abraham Golding married Arlene Augusta and had 3 children born between 1833 and 1844 - Lewis Arnold, Isaac Thorn, and Cornelia Thorn. Next generation - Isaac Thorn Golding married Marguerite Louisa Baquet and had one son born in 1865 - Louis Thorn Golding. Next generation - Louis Thorn Golding married Amy Scott Thomas and had 2 children born in 1902 and 1909 - Margaret Wilson Golding and John Harmon Golding. Note: Phebe - born in 1752, does not have her maiden name of Thorne mentioned in the bible. This information was taken from another source. The bible is in poor condition. Incomplete title page, Both covers are worn and are detached. The spine is worn. The binding is split and some pages are loose. The bible measures 9 inches by 11 inches. Seller Inventory # 11681

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THE HOLY BIBLE, illustrated with Engravings by: FITTLER, JAMES

FITTLER, JAMES

Published by London. R. Bowyer (1795)

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About this Item: London. R. Bowyer, 1795. 3 volumes tall octavo 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches, handsomely leather bound in FULL EIGHTEENTH CENTURY RED MOROCCO, gilt embossed into compartments with a floral roll tool to the boards, twin leather lettering labels, some slight wear. Illustrated with 3 engraved calligraphic title pages and 64 engraved plates, minor spotting. The letter press by James Bensley. An interesting misprint at Mark vii, 27, Let the children first be killed - instead of filled. A LOVELY EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ILLUSTRATED BIBLE IN A PERIOD BINDING. Seller Inventory # 5293

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