2 vols. [1808; 1809], contemporary quarter leather binding with marbled-paper boards and gilt lettering and ornamentation to spine, pp. , vii, 16, 13, 25, 15, 14, 15, 7, 26, 16, 8, 19, 6, 9, 12, 20, 55, 18, ; , 199, , 192, , with 21 copper-engraved plates (some folding; mainly of botanical engravings), copper-engraved vignette to title page of vol. 2 showing “Osservatorio Imperiale di Firenze veduto dalla sua parte Sud-Est”. Binding rubbed and worn in places, pages slightly brown, foxed; otherwise very good, wide margins, deckle edges, tight binding, firm, thick paper. An important journal that existed only for three years, from 1808 to 1810. These are the first two volumes, with contributions by some of the most important Tuscan scientists of the epoch, including among others: Giuseppe Gazzeri, Domenico de Vecchi, Giovanni Targioni Tozzetti, Domenico Barbini and Filippo Uccelli. Text in Italian.
GAZZERI, Giuseppe; DE VECCHI, Domenico; BABBINI, Giovanni; UCCELLI, Filippo; TARGIONI TOZZETTI, Giovanni et al., Annali del Museo Imperiale di fisica e storia naturale di Firenze per il MDCCCVIII. [Vols. 1 + 2], Presso Giuseppe Tofani e Comp. | Presso Guglielmo Piatti, 1808
DENNY, Henry, Monographia Anoplurorum Britanniae; or, an essay on the British species of parasitic insects belonging to the order Anoplura of Leach, with the modern divisions of the genera according to the views of Leach, Nitzsch, and Burmeister, with highly magnified figures of each species., Henry G. Bohn, 1842
Mallet, Robert, Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857. The First Principles of Observational Seismology. As Developed in the Report to the Royal Society of the Expedition Made By Command of the Society Into the Interior of the Kingdom of Naples, to Investigate Etc… Chapman and Hall 1862