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         La Perspective, Avec la Raison des Ombres et Miroirs

      Finely engraved title & numerous fine engravings in the text (many full-page, one double-page). 5 p.l., 49 leaves, [16] leaves. Large folio, cont. vellum over boards (some dampstaining, mostly marginal, to about nine leaves, some light browning). London: Jan Norton, 1612 [with added engraved imprint beneath sill of the compartment: "Francfort ches la vefue de Hulsius"]. First edition, second issue (see below), of this rare perspective manual by the architect and engineer Salomon de Caus (d. 1626), a prominent theorist of perspective, who was renowned as an inventor of mechanical contrivances, utilitarian and entertaining. The book is of great interest for its material on the phenomenon of anamorphosis, a distorted projection or drawing of anything, which, when viewed from a particular point, or by reflection from a suitable mirror, appears regular and properly proportioned. The work presents a large number of perspective problems, including intricate projections and optical illusions, drawings of shadows in perspective, and the mirroring of objects. "In the sum total of his work, this book takes its place as one chapter of a vast treatise on the wonders of the world, in which the harmony of sounds and shapes, the mechanics of vision and of hydraulic machines are presented on the same level. Although the author writes in the sober style of a technician, he is deeply aware of the poetry of his subjects."-Baltrušaitis, Anamorphic Art, p. 37. Caus was born in the Dieppe region, but moved a great deal in Flemish and German circles in which anamorphoses seem to have been particularly in vogue. He was in the service of the Archduke Albert II of Austria (1605-10), then in England where he worked in the Richmond Gardens and for Henry, Prince of Wales, and finally with Frederick V, Elector of the Palatinate and King of Bohemia (1619). He spent the final years of his life in France. A cosmopolitan and intellectual with wide-ranging interests, he wrote on music, automata, on solar clocks and on Euclidean proportions. This book appears to be the second book published in England to make use of folding or pop-up flaps in diagrams (the first being John Dee's Euclid of 1570). Our book is an interesting example of shared printing: Richard Field printed the preliminaries, the letterpress of Chap. 10 of "Ombres" and all of "Miroirs" while Mommart in Brussels printed the rest. The first issue is dated 1611; our issue is dated a year later with a slightly altered imprint (see NSTC 4868.7 & 4869 for details). A fine copy preserved in a black morocco-backed box. Several of the engravings have been slightly shaved at outer or lower margins. ❧ Kemp, The Science of Art, pp. 112, 118, & 183. .

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         Salisburgensis Iurisdictionis.

      1612 - Antwerp, c.1612, Spanish text. Original colour. 380 x 455mm. The region around Salzburg, orientated with north to the right. The pagination number is 70, which does not appear in Van den Broecke's cartobibliography. See VAN DEN BROECKE: 108.

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         Denbigh Shyre; Flint Shyre; Parte of Carnaruan Shyre.]

      1612 - London, 1612. 255 x 330mm. A very decorative map of Denbighshire, Flintshire and part of Caenarvonshire, ignoring political boundaries and instead focusing on natural features, with hills and rivers populated by allegorical figures. Only major towns are marked. Conway, St Asaph. Wrexham, Ruthin and the Dee are all shown. Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a prominent poet, is believed to have started work on his 'Poly-Olbion' in 1598. This epic topographical poem, divided into thirty songs written in alexandrine couplets, ran to nearly 15,000 lines of verse. Each song described one, two or three counties, describing their topography, traditions and histories. The First Part was published in 1612, with eighteen maps probably engraved by William Hole (who signed the frontispiece). Drayton had been a favourite of Queen Elizabeth's court, but was not so popular with James I. Perhaps to rectify this the 'Poly-Olbion' was dedicated to Henry, Prince of Wales, but Henry died in 1612, the year of publication. The work did not sell well, and it was not until 1622 that Drayton could find a publisher for the second part, which contained ten more maps. Drayton intended to compose a further part to cover Scotland, but no part of this work is known to have survived. Despite these setbacks Drayton was still prominent enough to be buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey when he died in 1631. It was only posthumously that the Poly-Olbion became a literary classic.

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         Fünffzehende Schiffart. Warhafftiger und zuvor nie erhörter Bericht eines Engelischen, welcher mit einem Schiff, die Auffart genandt, in Cambaia, dem eussersten Theil Ost Indien, Schiffbruch gelitten, zu Landt durch unbekandte Königreich gereiset. Frankfurt, Christophel le Blon, 1648. 4to. With engraved illustration on title-page. Modern boards.

      Church 306; Cox I, p. 266; JCB I, p. 465; Sabin 33668; WorldCat (2 copies). Second German edition of the account of Captain Robert Coverte's voyage to Khambhat, his shipwreck, and his subsequent travels by land through Persia to Europe. Part XV of Hulsius' collection of voyages. Translated from the English edition (London, 1612) entitled: True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman, that being cast away in ... in Cambaye travelled by Land through many unknown Kingdoms, and great Cities. With a particular Description of all those Kingdoms, Cities and People ... With the Discovery of a great Emperor called the Great Mogul, a Prince not until now known to our English Nation. "This voyage of Coverte's lays claim to two discoveries, one of the Great Mogul's country, the other of the Red Sea; it is full of mistakes, but contains some interesting details" (Cox). Good copy, but very browned and with the right corner of the title-page slightly damaged. Second German edition of Captain Robert Coverte's voyage account.

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         DE LA GLOIRE ET MAGIFICENCE DES ANCIENS. ENRICHIE DE BELLES ANTIQUITEZ RECUEILLIES DE PLUSIEURS BONS AUTHEURS & GRANES HISTORIENS

      Jean Laquehay, PARIS 1612 - Claude MALINGRE, (1580-1653), historien renommé, historiographe du roi DE LA GLOIRE ET MAGIFICENCE DES ANCIENS. ENRICHIE DE BELLES ANTIQUITEZ RECUEILLIES DE PLUSIEURS BONS AUTHEURS & GRANES HISTORIENS 1612, Paris, Editions Chez Jean Laquehay contre la boucherie sainte Geneviève, pres le Collège de la Manche In-12 (10,5 x 16 cm), relié, (8)-304-(6) pages Reliure demi-cuir à coins du XIXe siècle, dos titré sur pièce, ex libris collé au contreplat contenu du volume : Amphitéatre de Veronne ruyné par les Gots & Lombars-ancien labyrinthe de Crète-Torellus-animaux occis-antiquitez de Rome-plantes cimetières-Pins sepulture chine-pyramides d'Egypte-colosse de Rhodes-erreur de Villamont-Platon-Obelisques, labyrinthes d'Egypte-sépulchres d'Egypte-hopitaux en Turquie-etc. Etat : reliure élimée avec lacunes de cuir au dos, mors fendus mais charnières solides,papier propre, agréable exemplaire, rare Poids : 350g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         L'ARTE VETRARIA DISTINTA IN LIBRI SETTE DEL R. P. ANTONIO NERI FIORENTINO. NE QUALI SI SCOPRONO, EFFETTI MARAVIGLIOSI, & INSEGNANO SEGRETI BELLISSIMI, DEL VETRO NEL FUOCO & ALTRE COSE CURIOSE.

      Stamperia de' Giunti 1612 DEL R. P. ANTONIO NERI FIORENTINO. NE QUALI SI SCOPRONO, EFFETTI MARAVIGLIOSI, & INSEGNANO SEGRETI BELLISSIMI, DEL VETRO NEL FUOCO & ALTRE COSE CURIOSE. In Firenze nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1612. In - 4°, (200 mm x 140 mm), piena pergamena coeva con il nome dell' autore entro riquadro con filetti in oro sul dorso. [8], 114, [6] pp. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio con testatine incise. Il primo ed il più famoso trattato sulla fabbricazione del vetro, su come colorarli e sulla realizzazione di gemme artificiali. Grazie alle sue scoperte, l'arte vetraria di Venezia divenne famosa in tutto il mondo. Esemplare molto bello e raro. Scheda provvisoria.

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         Theophrasti Notationes Morum. Isaacus Casaubonus recensuit, in Latinum sermonem vertit et Libro Commentario illustravit. Edition tertia recognita, ac infinitis in locis ultra praecedentes aucta et locupletata. Cum indice necessario.

      Lugduni, Viduam Ant. De Harsy, 1612. - in-8. 8ff. 367pp. 6ff. Demi veau, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XIXs.). Première Edition définitive de la version donnée par le grand helléniste protestant Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614) des Caractères de Théophraste, avec ses commentaires. Casaubon avait d'abord publié en 1592 une édition partielle du texte grec de Théophraste contenant 23 caractères, accompagnée de la traduction latine et de commentaires. La présente édition offre, pour la première fois, la version définitive de son travail avec 5 caractères supplémentaires et un commentaire beaucoup plus étendu, qui occupe les pp. 81 à 350. La première édition du texte grec des célèbres "Caractères" du philosophe grec, vit le jour à Nuremberg en 1527, accompagnée de la version latine par Pirkheimer. Mais c'est cette traduction commentée de Casaubon qui fit autorité. Le savant Scaliger lui écrivait notamment, après en avoir pris connaissance : "A peine j'eus gouté à tes 'Charactères de Théophraste' j'en fus transporté. Je ne pus m'empêcher de faire ton éloge avec toute la chaleur que donne l'amitié et cependant tout ce que j'ai pu dire reste très en dessous de ce que mérite ton génie". Le travail de Casaubon a servi de modèle aux études ultérieures et notamment à La Bruyère qui traduisit d'abord Théophraste, avant de l'imiter et d'ajouter à ceux du philosophe grec, ses propres "Caractères" inspirés des mœurs de son temps. "Il semble établi que la traduction de Théophraste a été faite par La Bruyère surtout d'après la traduction latine de Casaubon complétée par le commentaire de cet érudit" (Julien Benda). Sur une page de garde figure cette inscription de l'époque: "Guido Patinus, Bellovacus, Doctor Medicus Parisiensis et Professor regius. 1656. Foelix qui potuit". Il s'agit de l'inscription autographe de l'écrivain et médecin français Guy Patin (1602-1672), ami de Gabriel Naudé et de Jean Riolan, à qui ce volume a appartenu. Bon exemplaire. Cf. Julien Benda in: "Œuvres Complètes de La Bruyère" (Pleiade, 1951). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         L'ARTE VETRARIA DISTINTA IN LIBRI SETTE DEL R. P. ANTONIO NERI FIORENTINO. NE QUALI SI SCOPRONO, EFFETTI MARAVIGLIOSI, & INSEGNANO SEGRETI BELLISSIMI, DEL VETRO NEL FUOCO & ALTRE COSE CURIOSE

      Stamperia de' Giunti, Firenze 1612 - In Firenze nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1612. In-4°, (200 mm x 140 mm), piena pergamena coeva con il nome dell' autore entro riquadro con filetti in oro sul dorso. [8], 114, [6] pp. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio con testatine incise. Il primo ed il più famoso trattato sulla fabbricazione del vetro, su come colorarli e sulla realizzazione di gemme artificiali. Grazie alle sue scoperte, l'arte vetraria di Venezia divenne famosa in tutto il mondo. Esemplare molto bello e raro. Scheda provvisoria. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Cardygan Shyre; Movntgomery Shyre; Radnor Shyre.]

      1612 - London, 1612. 260 x 340mm. A very decorative map o fCardiganshire, Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire, ignoring political boundaries and instead focusing on natural features, with hills and rivers populated by allegorical figures. Only major towns are marked. The River Wye is also shown. Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a prominent poet, is believed to have started work on his 'Poly-Olbion' in 1598. This epic topographical poem, divided into thirty songs written in alexandrine couplets, ran to nearly 15,000 lines of verse. Each song described one, two or three counties, describing their topography, traditions and histories. The First Part was published in 1612, with eighteen maps probably engraved by William Hole (who signed the frontispiece). Drayton had been a favourite of Queen Elizabeth's court, but was not so popular with James I. Perhaps to rectify this the 'Poly-Olbion' was dedicated to Henry, Prince of Wales, but Henry died in 1612, the year of publication. The work did not sell well, and it was not until 1622 that Drayton could find a publisher for the second part, which contained ten more maps. Drayton intended to compose a further part to cover Scotland, but no part of this work is known to have survived. Despite these setbacks Drayton was still prominent enough to be buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey when he died in 1631. It was only posthumously that the Poly-Olbion became a literary classic.

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         Cornwal; Devon Shyre.]

      1612 - London, 1612. 250 x 320mm. A fine impression: narrow margins, restoration at the top centre fold. A very decorative map of Cornwall and Devon, ignoring political boundaries and instead focusing on natural features, with hills and rivers populated by allegorical figures. Only major towns are marked. LIke most early maps of the South West the seas are filled with sea-monsters and galleons; St Michael's Mount is depicted way out of proportion; and the Channel Islands, Ushant, Scilly Islands and 'The Seauen Iles (Seven?)' are shown close to the coast, each with a female figure. Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a prominent poet, is believed to have started work on his 'Poly-Olbion' in 1598. This epic topographical poem, divided into thirty songs written in alexandrine couplets, ran to nearly 15,000 lines of verse. Each song described one, two or three counties, describing their topography, traditions and histories. The First Part was published in 1612, with eighteen maps probably engraved by William Hole (who signed the frontispiece). Drayton had been a favourite of Queen Elizabeth's court, but was not so popular with James I. Perhaps to rectify this the 'Poly-Olbion' was dedicated to Henry, Prince of Wales, but Henry died in 1612, the year of publication. The work did not sell well, and it was not until 1622 that Drayton could find a publisher for the second part, which contained ten more maps. Drayton intended to compose a further part to cover Scotland, but no part of this work is known to have survived. Despite these setbacks Drayton was still prominent enough to be buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey when he died in 1631. It was only posthumously that the Poly-Olbion became a literary classic.

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         THE FIFTEENE BOOKES OF P. OVIDIUS NASO; entituled METAMORPHOSIS. Translated out of Latine into English Meeter, by Arthur Golding Gentleman. A Worke very pleasant and delectable.

      London, Thomas Purfoot, (1612).(1612), small 4to in eights, approximately 180 x 125 mm, 7 x 5 inches, title within patterned border, small printer's device, 2 large woodcut initials, an historiated initial to each book, printed in black letter, leaves: [11 of 12], 196, initial blank leaf is missing, collation: ¶4 ( - ¶1), A - 2B8, 2C4, bound in modern full calf, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, date at foot of spine, new endpapers. Spine very slightly faded, a couple of small light scratches to covers, title page and final page laid down on old paper, title page browned, slightly damaged near lower edge with loss of date on imprint, tip of top corner missing, upper margin partly trimmed, some top and fore - edge margins trimmed within without loss, a couple of tiny repairs to inner margin of ¶3, 2 more to fore - edge margin of ¶4, margins of early pages slightly thumbed, small light stain to margins of first few pages, occasional very small stain on text, no loss of legibility, small ownership inscription dated 1677 on L6v below last line of Book 6, small ink note in margin of M2r and T6r, small neat repair to lower blank corner of Cc3, another to blank corner of Cc4, 2 small holes in Cc4, 1 with loss of about 10 words of text on recto (reverse blank), and the other with loss of probably 1 word from the short line below the last line of text, last 2 pages lightly soiled. A good copy. This translation first published in 1565. Arthur Golding (circa 1536 ? 1606) translated more than 30 works from Latin into English. While primarily remembered today for his translation of Ovid's Metamorphoses because of its influence on William Shakespeare's works, in his own time he was most famous for his translation of Caesar's Commentaries, and his translations of the sermons of John Calvin were important in spreading the doctrines of the Protestant Reformation (Wikipedia). Pforzheimer's collation confirms the date of 1612, Volume II, No. 411; ESTC S11378. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         Ungariae Loca Praecipua Recens Emendata Atque Edita, Per Ioannem Sambucum Pannonium, Imp. Ms. Historicum. 1579.

      1612 - Antwerp: Christoph Plantin, 1579, Latin edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 340 x 500mm. Centrefold slightly split Ortelius published two maps of Hungary in tandem, this one after Sambucus and another by Wolfgang Lazio. The Sambucus map first appeared in the Appendix of 1579; the text of this example matches that edition, but the original pagination '56a' has been erased and the pagination of the full Theatrum of that year, '77', added in ink. VAN DEN BROECKE: 151.

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         Mercy to a Beast. A Sermon Preached at Saint Maries Spittle in London on Tuesday in Easterweeke. 1612

      At Oxford: Printed By Joseph Barnes, 1612. Quarto. [6], 52pp. Recent calf-backed boards. Title soiled. All corners rounded. Contemporary ink inscription of Edward Brolin to title, further seventeenth-century ink inscription (Thomas Farns?) to verso, scored through. Stab holes to gutter margin, single stab hole to top corner of fore-margin. Nineteenth-century institutional blind-stamp to title, A2 and final leaf. John Rawlinson (1576-1631), Anglican clergyman and college head of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. This present work was dedicated to Thomas Egerton, Lord Ellesmere, Chancellor of Oxford University. The staunch Calvinist Rawlinson was Ellesmere's chaplain and had enjoyed the support of the former in the running for the presidency of St. John's in 1611, an election which he narrowly lost to William Laud. Scarce, with ESTC locating 11 copies (however, this being the ex-Wigan central library copy, in reality only 10) - not at the British Library. Madan I, p. 85. STC 20773a.

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         Retorsio Imposturarum, quibus inclytam Suecorum Gothorumque nationem, Petrus Parvus Rosefontanus Eques Danus, solâ calumniandi ductus libidine impudenter admodum insectatur; quam insontis Patriae, à mendacissimis Sycophantae calumniis vindicandae gratiâ, fideliter elaboravit Janus Minor Suemensis.

      s.l. (Stockholm ?) 1612. - in-12. 8ff. 199pp. 3ff. (le cahier I est en double). Plein vélin du temps, titre manuscrit au dos. Edition Originale, probablement imprimée à Stockholm, de cette violente attaque de l'ouvrage publié sous le pseudonyme de Petrus Parvus (attribué à Peder Lille ou J. Svaninge l'aîné). L'historien suédois Jean Messenius (1579-1637) était une personnalité marginale parmi les intellectuels scandinaves de son époque. Nommé professeur de droit et d'histoire à l'Université d'Upsal, il fut accusé d'espionnage et emprisonné pendant 19 ans. "C'était un homme très-instruit, mais d'un caractère inquiet qui causa ses malheurs" (Larousse). Dans cet ouvrage polémique sur les origines des nations scandinaves, il se réfère notamment aux travaux des plus grands historiens de sOn temps, Jean Bodin (1530-1596) et Jean Botero (1540-1617). Quelques mouillures claires, papier légèrement roussi. Le cahier I est en double. Assez bon exemplaire dans son vélin d'origine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Maestricht. Copperengraving from L. Guicciardini, published by W. Blaeu. Amsterdam 1612 (29,5x23 cm).

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         Midle Sex; Hartford Shyre.]

      1612 - London, 1612. 255 x 335mm. A very decorative map of Middlesex and Hertfordshire, ignoring political boundaries and instead focusing on natural features, with hills and rivers populated by allegorical figures. Only major towns are marked, including Hartford, St Albans, Brent, Enfield, Highgate, Hampstead and the River Colne. 'Watling Street, The first great way of England' is also marked. Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a prominent poet, is believed to have started work on his 'Poly-Olbion' in 1598. This epic topographical poem, divided into thirty songs written in alexandrine couplets, ran to nearly 15,000 lines of verse. Each song described one, two or three counties, describing their topography, traditions and histories. The First Part was published in 1612, with eighteen maps probably engraved by William Hole (who signed the frontispiece). Drayton had been a favourite of Queen Elizabeth's court, but was not so popular with James I. Perhaps to rectify this the 'Poly-Olbion' was dedicated to Henry, Prince of Wales, but Henry died in 1612, the year of publication. The work did not sell well, and it was not until 1622 that Drayton could find a publisher for the second part, which contained ten more maps. Drayton intended to compose a further part to cover Scotland, but no part of this work is known to have survived. Despite these setbacks Drayton was still prominent enough to be buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey when he died in 1631. It was only posthumously that the Poly-Olbion became a literary classic.

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         Poly-Olbion.

      1612 - London, 1612. 250 x 165mm. Trimmed to printed border on left, re-margined, right margin repaired. A very decorative titlepage, with a central allegorical figures of Britannia, a woman holding a cornucopia, within an arch with four male figures of Britons of different periods of history. Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a prominent poet, is believed to have started work on his 'Poly-Olbion' in 1598. This epic topographical poem, divided into thirty songs written in alexandrine couplets, ran to nearly 15,000 lines of verse. Each song described one, two or three counties, describing their topography, traditions and histories. The First Part was published in 1612, with eighteen maps probably engraved by William Hole (who signed the frontispiece). Drayton had been a favourite of Queen Elizabeth's court, but was not so popular with James I. Perhaps to rectify this the 'Poly-Olbion' was dedicated to Henry, Prince of Wales, but Henry died in 1612, the year of publication. The work did not sell well, and it was not until 1622 that Drayton could find a publisher for the second part, which contained ten more maps. Drayton intended to compose a further part to cover Scotland, but no part of this work is known to have survived. Despite these setbacks Drayton was still prominent enough to be buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey when he died in 1631. It was only posthumously that the Poly-Olbion became a literary classic.

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         Septentrionalium Regionum Descrip.

      1612 - Antwerp, 1574, Latin edition. Original colour. 360 x 495mm. Window mounted on old paper. A classic collector's antique map of Northern Europe after Olaus Magnus and Zeno, showing Britain and Scandinavia in detail, but also showing Greenland, part of North America and the mythical islands of Frisland, Brazil & St.Brendan. 'Drogeo' is believed to represent Newfoundland. In the Arctic is a note 'Pigmys live here'! VAN DEN BROECKE: 160, second state; BURDEN: 40.

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         Regiones Hyperboreæ.]

      1612 - Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius jnr, 1616. 95 x 120mm.

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         Viva Pictura Flagrantis Amoris Coniugalis. Das ist/ Wahre Abcontrofactur der rechten Hertzbrennenden Ehelichen Liebe/ . Auff das Königliche Beylager Des . Herrn Matthiae II. zu Hungern/ Böhme/ Dalmatien . Königs . Der . Frawem Annen, Weiland des . Ferdinandi Ertzhertzogen zu Oesterreich . Tochter: Welches bey grosser zusammenkunfft . in der Hauptstadt Wien den 4. Decembris Anno 1611. celebriret und gehalten wird ./ Durch Abrahamum Hosmannum . Pragae commorantem.

      Henning Grosse d. Ältere,, Leipzig, 1612 - Leipzig, Henning Grosse d. Ältere, 1612. 6 n.n. Bll. + 119 S. VD 17 14:052912C. Mit der altkolorierten Tafeln und der Druckermarke am Schluß des Textes. Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. - T. u. ersten Bll. stockfleckig, Gbrsp., T. an den Rändern m. Japanpapier fachmännisch hinterlegt. Lagen mit Hanffaden geheftet. - Anläßlich der Hochzeit von Kaiser Matthias von Habsburg mit Anna von Tirol verfasste Schrift. Deutsch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Brief von Schreiberhand mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift. 23.8.1612. 1 1/3 Seiten.

      Prag, 1612.. 32,5x20,5 cm. (Etw. beschnitten und fl., mit Randläsuren und etw. Tintenfraß). Auflage:0. Matthias (* 24. Februar 1557 in Wien; + 20. März 1619 ebenda), Kaiser des Heiligen Römischen Reiches und Erzherzog von Österreich 1612-1619, seit 1608 König von Ungarn (als Matyas II.) und Kroatien (als Matija II.), seit 1611 auch König von Böhmen (gleichfalls als Matya II.). Befehl an eine Behörde, eine "Schuldforderung von Sechshundert Thalern" durchzusetzen, die die Erben des Caspar Störzel gegen einen Vetter erheben: ...] befehlen wir Euch gnedlich, daß ihr den Supplicanten die billigkeit ertheilet, Ihnen zu schleuniger bezahlung verhelfet, unnd nicht uhrsach gebt, Unß diezfalls weiterher zur unnoht zu behelligen ...]."

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         Tractatus quaestionum controversarum, de jure succedendi in feudum: Continens centum et tres quaestiones utilissimas, & quotidianas, accuratè & perspicuè expeditas; quarum index ipsi tractatui praemissus est.

      Tübingen, Johan Alexandri Cellii, 1612. 8vo. (16),+ 256, 267-490 pp. Wood cut portrait of Bocer on verso of the title leaf. Bound together with: BOCER, Heinrich. Tractatus singulares septem de modis amittendi feudum. In quibus non modo haec iuris feudistici portio nervose declaratur, sed & quaestiones variae, elegantes, & indies inter dominos feudi, ipsoq. vasallos occurrentes, studiosè enucleantur. Tübingen, Philiberti Brunnis, 1626. 8vo. 62,+ (2, blanks),+ 782,+ (2) pp. Contemporary vellum, red edges. Owner's signature of Olof Hermelin in the first work, with the date 1679! VD17 3:008523E & 1:059179G. Carlander II, 180. Heinrich Bocer (1561-1630), german jurist, professor in Tübingen and member of the Würtemberg counsel, and considered one of the best legal authors of his time. He dealt mainly with criminal- and feudal law, but also with Roman law. He was also active in the witch inquisitions! From the library of the swedish learned lawyer, statesman and propagandist Olof Hermelin (1658- probably 1709), born Olof Nilsson Skragge. He disappeared during the battle of Poltava in 1709, and was not heard of afterward. He was probably killed, or executed as he was impopular among the russians and tsar Peter. Han har här skrivit ut namnet Olaus Hermelin, annars skriver han mest O. Hermelin. Om hans boksamling nämner Carlander endast att Eichhorn ägt en bok i vilken han skrivit sitt namn

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         Capetani reges Franciae..

      Straßburg ca. 1612. Karte zeigt den unteren Teil des Stammbaums der Könige Frankreichs bis Ludwig IX mit prachtvoller Ansicht der Stadt Rouen. Links Portrait Heinrich IV und Maria v. Medici mit Stadtplan von Paris, Aus der deutschen Ausgabe von Principum Christianorum Stemmata, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 39,5 x 53. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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         Hierakosophion] Rei accipitrariae scriptores nunc primum editi. Accessit [Kynosophion] Liber de cura canum

      Officiana Nivelliana, Lutetiae (Paris) 1612 - First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Later full calf, rebacked, spien a bit dry, edges a little scuffed. Light dampstains to title and an old ownership signature, notes to front endpapers. quite clean internally with scattered minor foxing, corner of one page torn. First edition in the original Greek, followed by the Latin translation originally published in 1562 by the librarian to Louis XIII. [16], 278, [30], 111 [i.e. 211], [1], 120 p. Graesse VI 331 (noting the Morel edition and this one on whiter, stronger paper than the others), Bibliotheca Accipitrari. One of the earliest treatises on Falconry, Pepagomenos (1200-1300) was court physician to Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos - the treatise deals with the catching, training and health of the hawks, describing in detail the methods of capturing the hawks using decoy pigeons and various sorts of blinds. This work also collects for the first time, a second, anonymous Greek work on falconry dealing largely with the health of the birds (it occupies pages 177-239), the Latin translation of the same, and a third Greek treatise, (occupying pages 239-the end) this one not translated, dealing with descriptions of hawks in the first section and their diseases in the second. The final section has the only surviving edition of a (likely apocryphal) letter to Ptolemy of Egypt (it is cited by Albertus Magnus in his book on falconry) by Aquila Symmachus here printed in Catalan (the original Latin MS is lost) and an excerpt from a book by Symmachus on falconry (these occupy pages 183-200 and 201-211 respectively). The final sections are a long poem on falconry entitled Hieracosophion, sive de re accipitraria libri III, originally published in 1582 and a work on the care of dogs for hunting, De Cura Canum Venaticorum. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Animals & Birds; Fishing & Hunting. Inventory No: 044731. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Wahl- und Krönungshandlung, das ist: Kurtze und warhafftige Beschreibung aller fürnembsten Sachen, so sich bei Erwehlung und Krönung Herrn Matthiae Erwehlten Römischen Kaysern in der Chur- und Wahlstatt Franckfurt im Maio, und in Iun. dieses 1612. Jars zugetragen. Auch welcher gestalt Fraw Anna Ertzhertzogin zu Österreich daselbsten zur Königin gekrönt worden. (Nebst:) Furir Zettul, das ist Bericht, welcher gestalt, wannen und wie starck alle und jede Fürsten, Pottschafften etc. daselbsten arrivirt. 2 eile in einem Band (komplett).,

      Frankfurt, J. Bringer für H. Kröner, 1612 - 19 x 15 cm. 23 + 26 nichtnum. Blatt. *Hohenemser 1188, Apponyi (Hungarica) 1985. - Einer von mehreren unterschiedlichen Drucken Bringers für Kröner im gleichen Jahr, vorliegender noch unillustriert. Der erste Teil enthält Beschreibung Verlauf der Krönungshandlungen, der zweite Teil enthält die Furierliste (ausführliche Teilnehmerliste. "Das Verzeichnis der in Frankfurt eingelangten Persönlichkeiten ist sehr interessant, die Beschreibung der herrlichen Kostüme sehr ausführlich und lustig zu lesen" (Apponyi). - Also auch damals schon zeigten die 'VIP's' das beste aus dem Kleiderschrank - neben der "Modenschau" wird für die Mannsbilder auch von allerlei Belustigungen, Ritterspielen, Feuerwerk, Böllerschießen u.v.a. berichtet. - Etwas gebräunt, die letzten 2 Blatt mit schmaler Papieransetzung am weißen Oberrand. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 300 Moderner Lederband (leicht fleckig).

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         [Hierakosophion] Rei accipitrariae scriptores nunc primum editi. Accessit [Kynosophion] Liber de cura canum

      Lutetiae (Paris): Officiana Nivelliana, 1612. Lutetiae (Paris): Officiana Nivelliana, 1612. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Later full calf, rebacked, spien a bit dry, edges a little scuffed. Light dampstains to title and an old ownership signature, notes to front endpapers. quite clean internally with scattered minor foxing, corner of one page torn. First edition in the original Greek, followed by the Latin translation originally published in 1562 by the librarian to Louis XIII. [16], 278, [30], 111 [i.e. 211], [1], 120 p. Graesse VI 331 (noting the Morel edition and this one on whiter, stronger paper than the others), Bibliotheca Accipitrari. & & One of the earliest treatises on Falconry, Pepagomenos (1200-1300) was court physician to Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos - the treatise deals with the catching, training and health of the hawks, describing in detail the methods of capturing the hawks using decoy pigeons and various sorts of blinds. This work also collects for the first time, a second, anonymous Greek work on falconry dealing largely with the health of the birds (it occupies pages 177-239), the Latin translation of the same, and a third Greek treatise, (occupying pages 239-the end) this one not translated, dealing with descriptions of hawks in the first section and their diseases in the second. The final section has the only surviving edition of a (likely apocryphal) letter to Ptolemy of Egypt (it is cited by Albertus Magnus in his book on falconry) by Aquila Symmachus here printed in Catalan (the original Latin MS is lost) and an excerpt from a book by Symmachus on falconry (these occupy pages 183-200 and 201-211 respectively). The final sections are a long poem on falconry entitled Hieracosophion, sive de re accipitraria libri III, originally published in 1582 and a work on the care of dogs for hunting, De Cura Canum Venaticorum. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Animals & Birds; Fishing & Hunting. Inventory No: 044731.

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         Divi Anselmi archiepiscopi Cantuariensis opera omnia quatuor tomis comprehensa. Hac ultima editione praeter tomi quarti accessionem, ex collatione veterum codicum emendata, notis illustrata, & aliquot novis opusculis aucta. Studio et opera D. Ioannis Picardi Bellovaci canonici regularis ad S. Victoris Parisiensis. 4 delen in 1 band.

      Keulen Petrus Cholinus 1612. Titelprenten. Vignetten. Leder. 6to. (XXX), 171, 509, (XVI), 262, (II), 173, (16) pp. *nieuw gebonden, rug licht beschadigd, band geschaafd, voorplat en titelpagina deels los, papier watervlekkig*Handgeschreven notitie op titelpagina: Bibliothecae Lond. Belgicae

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         [Hierakosophion] Rei accipitrariae scriptores nunc primum editi. Accessit [Kynosophion] Liber de cura canum

      Lutetiae (Paris): Officiana Nivelliana, 1612 Lutetiae (Paris): Officiana Nivelliana, 1612. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Later full calf, rebacked, spien a bit dry, edges a little scuffed. Light dampstains to title and an old ownership signature, notes to front endpapers. quite clean internally with scattered minor foxing, corner of one page torn. First edition in the original Greek, followed by the Latin translation originally published in 1562 by the librarian to Louis XIII. [16], 278, [30], 111 [i.e. 211], [1], 120 p. Graesse VI 331 (noting the Morel edition and this one on whiter, stronger paper than the others), Bibliotheca Accipitrari. One of the earliest treatises on Falconry, Pepagomenos (1200-1300) was court physician to Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos - the treatise deals with the catching, training and health of the hawks, describing in detail the methods of capturing the hawks using decoy pigeons and various sorts of blinds. This work also collects for the first time, a second, anonymous Greek work on falconry dealing largely with the health of the birds (it occupies pages 177-239), the Latin translation of the same, and a third Greek treatise, (occupying pages 239-the end) this one not translated, dealing with descriptions of hawks in the first section and their diseases in the second. The final section has the only surviving edition of a (likely apocryphal) letter to Ptolemy of Egypt (it is cited by Albertus Magnus in his book on falconry) by Aquila Symmachus here printed in Catalan (the original Latin MS is lost) and an excerpt from a book by Symmachus on falconry (these occupy pages 183-200 and 201-211 respectively). The final sections are a long poem on falconry entitled Hieracosophion, sive de re accipitraria libri III, originally published in 1582 and a work on the care of dogs for hunting, De Cura Canum Venaticorum. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Animals & Birds; Fishing & Hunting. Inventory No: 044731.

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         "Lexicon pentaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, Talmudico-Rabbinicum, & Arabicum..."

      Hanover: Joannis Jacobi Hennei, 1612 Hanover: Joannis Jacobi Hennei. 1612. "First edition, folio, [16]pp. and 1992 columns (thus paged) & [250]pp., full contemporary blindstamped pigskin, rubbed, worn at the corners and peeling, fore-edges of the first 8 or 10 leaves a bit ragged, text somewhat browned throughout; binding firm; a good, working copy in a contemporary binding. A famous and important work by the famed German Orientalist and professor of languages at Wittenberg. The work was published posthumously. Graesse VI, p. 305; Vancil, p. 216."

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         Exposicion Paraphrastica del Psalterio de David, en diferente genero de verso Español, con exposiciones varias, de varios y gravissimos Autores. Con la tabla de todos los Psalmos y sus Autores. Dirigida a la serenissima Infanta soror Margarita de la Cruz monja de la orden de Sancta Clara, en el sagrado monasterio de las descalças de Madrid.

      En Alcala, por Luys Martinez Grande, 1612. - in-4. 15ff. (1f.blanc). 398ff. chiffrés. 4ff. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de cette adaptation du psautier en vers espagnols, avec d'intéressantes considérations sur la poésie contenues dans un prologue. L'auteur était un moine Augustin qui a dédié l'ouvrage à l'archiduchesse Marguerite d'Autriche (1567-1633), laquelle avait pris le voile dans un carmel madrilène sous le nom de Margarita de la Cruz. L'ouvragre fut réimprimé en 1779 par le célèbre imprimeur Ibarra. Marges un peu courtes et infimes traces de vers dans les marges des derniers feuillets mais très bon exemplaire agréablement relié. Palau, 320239. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         "Lexicon pentaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, Talmudico-Rabbinicum, & Arabicum..."

      Hanover: Joannis Jacobi Hennei, 1612. Hanover: Joannis Jacobi Hennei. 1612. "First edition, folio, [16]pp. and 1992 columns (thus paged) & [250]pp., full contemporary blindstamped pigskin, rubbed, worn at the corners and peeling, fore-edges of the first 8 or 10 leaves a bit ragged, text somewhat browned throughout; binding firm; a good, working copy in a contemporary binding. A famous and important work by the famed German Orientalist and professor of languages at Wittenberg. The work was published posthumously. Graesse VI, p. 305; Vancil, p. 216."

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         Genealogia Austriaca, Das ist: Oesterreichischer Stam[m], und natürliche Geburts-Linea der Gefürsten Grafen zu Habspurg, Von welchen dieser zeit die Ertzhertzoge zu Oesterreich, ja die fürnembsten Römischen Käyser und Könige in Hispanien herkommen, und ursprünglich ihren natürlichen anfang und Königliche art haben, Darbey so viel möglich, aller Ertzhertzoge zu Oesterreich [...] vorgeher Namen ordentlich angedeutet werden, welche uber 1300. Jahr ihren gewissen anfang haben [...]. Alles [...] zusam[m]en gezogen, und [...] jetzo auffs newe ubersehen, corrigiret und vermehret, Durch Abrahamum Hosmannum [...].

      Leipzig, Jakob Popporeich für Henning Grosse, 1612.. 8°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 136 S., Mod. HPgmt.. Äußerst seltene und frühe Genealogie der Habsburger; kein Exemplar im Jahrbuch der Auktionspreise. - "Hosmann oder Hossmann (Abrah.) von Lauban [...] ward [...] durch seine gute Conduite kayserlicher gecrönter Poet und Historiographus [...]". Er starb im November 1617. - Gebräunt u. schwach stockfleckig. - VD17, 39:123574G; Vogel II/1, 217; Jöcher II, 1723.

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         Recueil de plans et cartes provenant des "Petits Beaulieu".

      166 - Deux volumes in-8 oblong, contenant 78 + 78 plans et cartes gravés sur cuivre. Cartonnage vert de l'époque. Sans les titres gravés. (Cartonnages fatigués en surface, néanmoins en bon état d'usage. Quelques rousseurs, fine mouillure en tête de certains feuillets.) Agréable exemplaire recueillant 52 villes fortifiées annexées par Louis XIV, provenant de la série des Plans et profils dits "Petits Beaulieu", du nom du contrôleur d'artillerie Sébastien Pontault de Beaulieu (vers 1612-1674), et par opposition du "Grand Beaulieu" des plans de bataille. Cette vaste entreprise pose quelques problèmes de datation ; il est admis, actuellement, que la plupart des atlas ont été publiés du vivant de Beaulieu et en collaboration avec l'ingénieur Jean-Baptiste Hamont, sieur Des Roches, mari de sa nièce, qui aurait été associé à leur réalisation dès 1660 environ. On attribue plusieurs gravures à ce dernier, notamment l'ensemble des vues du comté de Bourgogne et une grande partie de celles de la Lorraine. Quatorze atlas ont ainsi été publiés [Beaulieu I à XIV], vers 1668 pour la majeure partie d'entre eux. Chaque ville est y représentée par 3 planches gravées [chacune d'environ 155 x 105 mm à la cuvette] : le "profil", comprendre une vue générale de la place fortifiée, le "plan" de la ville et la "carte" générale du gouvernement dont elle dépend. Nous avons donc, en tout, 156 gravures sur cuivre, quelques unes signées par A.D Perel (ou Perelle), L. Loisel et D[esroches]. La plupart des villes représentées ici sont celles d'Artois et de Flandre (Nord) ; s'y trouvent également des places de Bourgogne, Catalogne, Hainaut, Limbourg, Lorraine, Luxembourg et Roussillon. Il y a eu plusieurs tirages des cuivres : les nôtres portent tous, en haut à droite dans le cuivre, un numéro en chiffres romains et, à gauche, un numéro en chiffres arabes, ce qui les rattache à l'un des tirages décrits par Mireille Pastoureau (Les Atlas français, p. 13 à 36). Contrairement au plan de Beaulieu, le créateur de ces deux volumes n'a pas réuni les villes par province ; nos exemplaires réunissent donc, dans le désordre, les sites suivants, d'après la collation de Mireille Pastoureau :Beaulieu II (Ac) : Plans et cartes des villes d'Artois. Arras [n° 2, 3 et 5], Bappaume [n° 8 à 10], Hesdin [n° 11 à 13], Lens [n° 14 à 15], Béthune [n° 17 à 19], Saint-Venant [n° 20 à 23], Lilliers [n° 23 à 25], Saint-Omer [n° 32 à 34], Forts de Rébus et d'Hennuin [n° 39, 42 et 43].Beaulieu VII (Ab et Ac) : Plans et profils du comté de Flandre. Graveline [n° 3 à 5], Bourbourg [n° 6 à 8], Link [n° 9 à 11], Mardik [n° 12 à 14], Dunkerque [n° 15, 16 et 18], Bruges [n° 28 à 30, Diximud [n° 35 à 37], Mont-Cassel [n° 41 à 43], Motte-au-Bois [n° 44 à 46], Armentières [n° 47 à 49], Comines [n° 50 à 52], Menin [n° 53, 54 et 56], La Bassée [n° 57 à 59], Lille [n° 60, 62 et 63], Douais [n° 64, 66 et 67], Tournais [n° 68, 70 et 71], Courtrai [n° 72, 74 et 76], Oudernarde [n° 78 à 80], Ypres [n° 81, 82 bis et 83], Gand [n° 84 à 86].Beaulieu III (Bc) : Plans et profils du comté de Bourgogne. Besançon [n° 7 à 9], Dole [n° 10 à 12], Joux [n° 21 à 23].Beaulieu VI (Ac) : Plans et profils de Catalogne. Roses [n° 7 à 9], Gérone [n° 13 à 15], Palamos [n° 16 à 18], Lérida [n° 52 à 54], Tarragonne [n° 68 à 70], Tortose [n° 78 à 80].Beaulieu IX (Ab et Ac) : Plans et profils du comté de Hainaut. Mons [n° 2 à 4], Landrecy [n° 11, 12 bis et 13], Philippeville [n° 30 à 32], Marienbourg [n° 35 à 37].Beaulieu X (Ab) : Plans et profils du duché de Limbourg. [N° 1 à 3].Beaulieu XI (Ab) : Plans et profils des duchés de Lorraine et Bar. Sierck [n° 47 à 49], Philippsbourg [n° 76 à 78], Worms [n° 84 à 86], Mayence [n° 88, 89 bis et 90], Trèves [n° 95 à 97], Francfort [n° 119 à 121].Beaulieu XII (Ab) : Plans et profils du duché de Luxembourg. Charlemont [n° 19 à 21].Beaulieu XIV (B) : Plans et profils de Roussillon, Conflant et Cerdagne. Perpignan [n° 3, 4 et 7], Salces [n° 9 à 11]. 1107 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Des hermaphrodites, accouchemens des femmes, et traitement qui est requis pour les relever en santé, & bien élever leurs enfans. Où sont expliqués la figure des laboureurs, & verger du genre humain, signes de pucelage, défloration, conception, & la belle industrie dont use la nature en la promotion du concept & plante prolifique.

      Rouen, David Geuffroy 1612 - Petit in-8 [167 x 105 mm]. Collation : (16), 447, (11) pp. Maroquin brun, dos à nerfs orné, filets d'encadrements sur les plats, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe.) Première et seule édition. "Un pauvre diable mal conformé s'était cru femme, et était chambrière. Puis un jour, il s'aperçut qu'il avait fait erreur; la jeune veuve qui l'employait ne demandant qu'à le croire, ils eurent envie de se marier. La justice s'en mêla. Outré qu'une femme connut comme telle prétendît être un homme, le procureur pensa qu'il fallait que Satan eût joué quelque tour : comme suppôt du Prince des enfers, il condamna donc le malheureux à être brûlé vif. Du fond de sa prison, celui-ci en appelle; la Cour, perplexe ordonne qu'il sera examiné, ce que l'on avait jusque là jugé superflu, et au nombre des médecins commis à cet effet il a la bonne fortune de voir compter Jacques Duval. Celui-ci, plus curieux que ses confrères, se convainct de la vérité; son rapport décide la Cour. L'homme fut déclaré absous et, espérons-le, put épouser la veuve. Fier d'un pareil résultat, Duval composa exprès ce livre où il réunit un certain nombre d'anomalies du même genre, comme celle de ce jeune prêtre qui était "gros d'enfant" ou de cette femme qui devint homme après avoir eu un enfant ou encore celle d'une autre femme qui était homme de temps en temps. Jacques Duval (ca.1555-ca.1615) était "Docteur et Professeur en Médecine, natif d'Evreux et demeurant à Rouen". Illustré par des gravures sur bois dans le texte: portrait de l'auteur, 3 figures d'anatomie et un diagramme astrologique. De toute rareté: "Un arrêt du Parlement, en date du 4 Avril 1612, a ordonné la saisie des exemplaires de ce livre singulier, et en a suspendu la vente." (Brunet II, 926). Hahn, Dumaitre, Hist. de la médecine et du livre médical 252. Bel exemplaire, très bien relié par Petit. Krivatsy 3586.First edition. The first part deals with obstetrics in general and the second with Hermaphrodites. The book has been forbidden the same year it has been published and is now very rare. Fine nineteen century marocco binding. // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Le Mercure François, ou, la Suitte de l'Histoire de la paix.

      Paris, Jean Richer 1612 - 25 volumes petit in-8. Collation : Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.) Collection absolument complète du premier périodique français, publié à raison d'un volume par an, puis par périodicité plus espacée. Le "Mercure français" rassemble une collection de sources de première main sur les évènements politiques, militaires, diplomatiques, mondains et religieux (notamment la dure bataille contre les Réformés, comme le siège de La Rochelle qui dura un an), des pays nordiques à l'Espagne, de l'Angleterre à la Russie, et partout où sont impliqués les Européens, du Maghreb à la Turquie, et de l'Inde à Java. Il s'avère particulièrement utile sur la guerre de Trente Ans et sur les efforts de colonisation. Ainsi, le Canada fait l'objet de nombreux textes, certains parus en édition originale, comme des relations de Champlain, l'installation et le développement de la colonie au Québec, l'organisation d'une Compagnie commerciale, la mise en place des structures missionnaires et la présentation des travaux linguistiques des jésuites. Ces 25 volumes totalisent environ 20.000 pages,illustrées de28 planches hors texte repliées dont 24 gravées sur cuivre, un tableau généalogique dépliant et 3 planches gravées sur bois dans le texte. On y trouve donc 3 planches de plus que la collation donnée par Picot, ou d’autres exemplaires connus. Jean Richer fonda ce périodique en 1612 (relayé ensuite par son parent Estienne) et traitât l'ensemble de l'actualité européenne, colonies comprises. Assisté de correspondants en France et à l'étranger, et rédigea lui-même des textes auxquels il adjoignit les nouvelles qu'on lui envoyait. A partir de 1624 la direction de la publication revint au Père Joseph, l’ami de toujours de Richelieu. L’esprit de la publication va changer. Le Mercure françois devînt un organe officieux du gouvernement ; en effet, il en modifia la forme, apporta plus de cohérence, imposa une ligne, et organisa chaque volume en une narration suivie entrecoupée de mémoires et dissertations. Le tome 1 est en 4e édition (la 1èreétant de 1612.) Des pages ou des gravures qui étaient manquantes proviennent d’autres exemplaires, certaines sont un peu plus courtes en pied. Les pages 925 à 1040, et les 2 ff. du Privilège du tome 19, ont été ajoutées. Ces pages manquent presque toujours: elles ont été victimes de la Censure de l’archevêque de Bordeaux, cardinal de Sourdis, et aussi lieutenant général de la Marine pour une simple querelle sur le marché au poisson.(Chartier). La reliure en vélin est uniforme. Bel exemplaire. Description détaillée sur demande. // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Ischia, Quæ Olim Ænaria.

      Ischia 1612 - Coloritura coeva. Al retro testo in latino, pag 101 mm 363x484

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         APOCRYPHA, GENEALOGY AND MAP FROM FIRST QUARTO OF KING JAMES BIBLE {Substantial Fragment of Original Leaves}

      Robert Barker, London, 1612-1613. London: Robert Barker, London, 1612-1613, 1612. Unpaginated but I count 211 pages (105 keaves) from an original King James Bible of 1612-1613. This was the first Quarto printing of the King James version of the Bible, printed in two columns, Roman typeface. There are 27 pages of John Speed's illustrated Genealogy, the two page map of the Holy Land together with the two page Description of Canaan, and I count 180 unpaginated pages of the Apocraphal books beginning with the first page of Esdras and ending with Maccabees II through Chapter VII. Last four leaves of Apocrypha are severely dog eared at bottom outside corner and two of these leaves have a word of text affected. First page of Genealogies very age darkened, as is last page of Apocrypha. Perhaps half of the pages of this substantial fragment are dog eared but not so seriously as to affect content. Pages of Genealogy present are: 7-34 ending with Christ at bottom of page 34. All pages of this fragment are very age toned and there is some soiling and old staining. Brown paper covers are also dog eared and with some short closed tears at eges. Title on front cover written in neat old pen "The Apocrypha" within decorative hand drawn box. Engraved headpiece at Esdras first page has deocoration of small pleasant face at center which is consistent with headpiece of Esdras from 1613 Bible that is shown online. However, this decorative headpiece was also used extensively in sections of the 1612 King James Bible online. It is possible this substantial fragment of the first Quarto of the King James Bible has mixed states including some pages printesd in 1612 and others in 1613. This is consistent with the generally accepted printing dates of the first Quarto by Robert Barker of 1612-1613. Not only the headpiece of the section of the Apocrypha but also the typography of the final page of Genealogy showing Christ as last entry is consistent with earliest printings of the King James Bible. It would be a sin to break up this item into individual leaves, but individual leaves of this early printing sell for significant sums in themselves. Good (reasonably priced) alternative to the very pricey complete King James Bible first quarto. . First Editions. Large Fragment in Paper Covers. Very Good/N/A. Illus. by Illustrated Genealogy, Two Page Map, and Headpiece and Historiated Initials . Quarto, 27, 4, 180pp.

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         Basilius Besler Noricus, Artis Pharmaceuticae Chymicae Amator, Singularis Rei Herbariae Studiosus Aetatis suae LI Anno MDCXII

      ca 1612 - Kupferstich, Darstellung: 21 x 27,5 cm Seltenes Portrait von Basilius Besler (1561-1629). Besler war ein deutscher Apotheker, Naturwissenschaftler und der Autor von 'Hortus Eystettensis'. Portrait im Schriftoval mit Pflanze und Buch. Ohne Autor. Geglättete Faltspur, ansonsten gut erhalten. Portrait of Basilius Besler (1561-1629). Besler was a German apothecary, botanist and the author of the monumental work 'Hortus Eystettensis'. Rare separately published print without the name of the author. The only known example in the University Library in Regensburg names Johannes Leypold as the engraver. The smaller version of the portrait was printed in the text pages of Hortus Eystettensis. Soft fold, otherwise in a good condition.

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         Basilius Besler Noricus, Artis Pharmaceuticae Chymicae Amator, Singularis Rei Herbariae Studiosus Aetatis suae LI Anno MDCXII

      ca 1612. Kupferstich, Darstellung: 21 x 27,5 cm. Seltenes Portrait von Basilius Besler (1561-1629). Besler war ein deutscher Apotheker, Naturwissenschaftler und der Autor von 'Hortus Eystettensis'. Portrait im Schriftoval mit Pflanze und Buch. Ohne Autor. Geglättete Faltspur, ansonsten gut erhalten. Portrait of Basilius Besler (1561-1629). Besler was a German apothecary, botanist and the author of the monumental work 'Hortus Eystettensis'. Rare separately published print without the name of the author. The only known example in the University Library in Regensburg names Johannes Leypold as the engraver. The smaller version of the portrait was printed in the text pages of Hortus Eystettensis. Soft fold, otherwise in a good condition.

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         1612 Bible, Geneva Folio

      1612 - The bible measures 13" x 8 1/2". The Bible was printed in 1612 by Robert Barker. Geneva Folio written in the Old English. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         HYMENAEUS DESERTOR. SIVE DE SANCTORUM APOSTASIA PROBLEMATA DUO.

      'Ad Moenum' Frankfurt 1612 1612 - [16], 108pp. Small 4to (17 x 23cm). Theological treatise by the specifically centered on the two questions 'an fieri possit ut justus deserat justitam suam?' and 'an quae deseritur fuerit vera justita?', and in answering them advancing a more extreme Arminian position than was subsequently felt by that community to be acceptable. It is generally considered to be the fallout of this publication that led to the loss of Bertius's credibility as a Reformed theologian (he converted to Rome in 1620) and his eventual forsaking of the universities of the Netherlands for the court of Louis XIII. Latin text. Decorative woodcut to title page. Red page edges. Later marbled paper-backed boards with black leather spine label lettered gilt; later endpapers. Slight crease in margin of final few pages and gentle age toning to most pages, but otherwise very clean, excellent condition. No inscriptions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         APOCRYPHA, GENEALOGY AND MAP FROM FIRST QUARTO OF KING JAMES BIBLE {Substantial Fragment of Original Leaves}

      Robert Barker, London, 1612-1613, London - Unpaginated but I count 211 pages (105 keaves) from an original King James Bible of 1612-1613. This was the first Quarto printing of the King James version of the Bible, printed in two columns, Roman typeface. There are 27 pages of John Speed's illustrated Genealogy, the two page map of the Holy Land together with the two page Description of Canaan, and I count 180 unpaginated pages of the Apocraphal books beginning with the first page of Esdras and ending with Maccabees II through Chapter VII. Last four leaves of Apocrypha are severely dog eared at bottom outside corner and two of these leaves have a word of text affected. First page of Genealogies very age darkened, as is last page of Apocrypha. Perhaps half of the pages of this substantial fragment are dog eared but not so seriously as to affect content. Pages of Genealogy present are: 7-34 ending with Christ at bottom of page 34. All pages of this fragment are very age toned and there is some soiling and old staining. Brown paper covers are also dog eared and with some short closed tears at eges. Title on front cover written in neat old pen "The Apocrypha" within decorative hand drawn box. Engraved headpiece at Esdras first page has deocoration of small pleasant face at center which is consistent with headpiece of Esdras from 1613 Bible that is shown online. However, this decorative headpiece was also used extensively in sections of the 1612 King James Bible online. It is possible this substantial fragment of the first Quarto of the King James Bible has mixed states including some pages printesd in 1612 and others in 1613. This is consistent with the generally accepted printing dates of the first Quarto by Robert Barker of 1612-1613. Not only the headpiece of the section of the Apocrypha but also the typography of the final page of Genealogy showing Christ as last entry is consistent with earliest printings of the King James Bible. It would be a sin to break up this item into individual leaves, but individual leaves of this early printing sell for significant sums in themselves. Good (reasonably priced) alternative to the very pricey complete King James Bible first quarto. Quarto, 27, 4, 180pp [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Plantarum Horti Eystaettensis Classis Autumnalis

      1612 oder später. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Darstellung: 39,46,5 cm. Höchst dekoratives Frontispiz des Werkes 'Hortus Eystettensis' von Basilius Besler (1561-1629) zeigt Früchte, Tiere, Muscheln, pharmazeutische Objekte etc. Das Werk wurde erstmals 1612 herausgegeben, bis 1713 folgten noch vier Ausgaben. Kupferstich mit dekorativem Kolorit. Länger hinterlegter Riss im Blatt, ansonsten gut erhalten. Highly decorative frontispice from 'Hortus Eystettensis' by Basilius Besler (1561-1629) showing fruit, animals, pharmaceutical objects, collections of stones etc. The famous botanical work by Besler was published in 1612 and was followed by four more editions until 1713. With decorative coloring. Longer repaired tear in the image, otherwise in a good condition.

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         'Die freiheit Mullhem sampt dem newen abgeordtnetten cirkel malltzeichen und fanen so dan A° 1612 mit erfarnen kunstliebenden Geometeren und Bawmeisteren abgetheilt und in das werck gesteldt'.

      . anonymer Kupferstich, dat. 1612, 22 x 34 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Nicht bei Drugulin, Historischer Bilderatlas; nicht in Katalog Halle, Newe Zeitungen, Relationen, Flugschriften, Flugblätter, Einblattdrucke von 1470 bis 1820. - Sehr seltener Einblattdruck.

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         Greek title] Athenæi Deipno Sophistarum Libri Quindecim

      apud viduam Antonii de Harsy, Lugduni [i.e. Lyon] 1612 - [Greek title] Athenæi Deipno Sophistarum Libri Quindecim, Cum Jacobi Dalechampii Cadomensis Latina interpretatione, ultimum ab autore recognita; & notis eiusdem ad calcem remissis. Editio Postrema: In qua ultra ea quae ante Isaacus Casaubonus recensuit, & ex Antiquis membranis suppleuit, auxitque, adiectae sunt margini ex eiusdem Casauboni in Auctorem Animadversionum libris XV variae lectiones, & coniecturae. Accesserunt in Textu Notae ad Singulas voces & ipsius authoris loca, quae in iis libris tractantur & examinantur. Cum Necessariis Indicibus. Title printed in red and black with a large woodcut device, woodcut portrait leaf *3, woodcut head and tailpieces and initials. Folio. [348 x 212 x 75 mm]. [24]ff, 811, [49] pp. Bound in England c.1690 in calf, the covers stained in three shades to form a panel and tooled in blind with a double fillet, a roll and a large floral tool at the outher corners of the panel. The spine divided into six panels with thick bands tooled with a gilt roll, lettered in the second panel on a red goatskin label with additional bud tools, the others with a central flowerhead, four long leafy stemmed flowers and four floral wedge-shaped tools, the edges of the boards tooled with a blind roll, the turn-ins stained to a striped pattern, plain endleaves, red sprinkled edges. (Joints a little worn, with cracks at head of both joints, covers with a few small patches of insect activity, tips of the corners worn). A little light browning, but a fine copy. It belonged to Graham Pollard (1903-1976) who added a pencil note: "English binding about 1690 possibly by the "Spaniel Binder" - witness the sprigs of leaves on the spine and the rolls round the panel and on the edges of the boards". Pollard was the author of "Changes in the Style of Bookbinding, 1550-1830", published in The Library, June 1956, but I am not convinced by his attribution. The spine is decorated in the style associated with certain Oxford binders, such as Richard and Thomas Sedgley. There are some interesting features, such as the thick bands, each tooled three times with a roll, and the striped effect on the turn-ins. The Third Century Hellenist Athenaeus of Naucratis's Deipnosophists roughly translates as the "Banquet of the Learned". It examines the world of the leisure classes in the Roman Empire in 15 books and is a rich source for the study of classical recipes, wine, music, literary gossip and sexual mores. Books XII-XIII include a particularly candid discussion of homosexuality. This edition, with the extensive notes of classicist Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614) is considered the definitive edition of the work and Casaubon's magnum opus. Bookplate of Sir Thomas Seabright [or Sebright], 4th Bart. (1692-1736) of Beechwood, Hertfordshire, MP for Hertfordshire 1715-36. A graduate of Jesus College, Oxford, his library is often referred to by Hearne and his important collection of paintings was sold at auction by Mr. Cock in 1737. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Rime.

      appresso il Discepolo,, in Viterbo, 1612 - In-4° (240x172mm), pp. (10), 101, (3) di tavola dei sonetti, dei canzoni e dei madrigali, (2) bianche, legatura novecentesca m. pelle e angoli con titolo in oro su dorso a nervetti. Piatti e risguardi marmorizzati. Frontespizio inciso su rame con cornice architettonica sormontata dallo stemma della dedicataria, Maria de' Medici, da angeli musicanti, e con varie figurazioni allegoriche. Testatine e capilettera ornati incisi in xilografia. Dedica a stampa a Maria de' Medici di Francesco Fondacci. Bruniture e fioriture sparse, lavori di tarlo marginali non lesivi del testo alle pp. 97-100, brutte macchie e riparazioni marginali alle pp. 97-101 e alle ultime 2 pp. di indice. Restauro al margine interno del verso del frontespizio. Discreto esemplare. Prima e unica edizione, di grande rarità, mancante alla Vinciana. Le liriche, di ispirazione marinista, sono di varia intonazione: accanto a poesie amorose ne figurano altre encomiastiche e d'occasione (dedicate fra l'altro a Enrico IV). Pochissimo conosciuta e studiata è la produzione lirica del Caetani, rappresentata da quest'unico volume; ignoti sono anche gli estremi biografici del Caetani, che era nativo di Roma Alcune sue liriche furono antologizzate dal Croce nella sua famosa antologia laterziana dei "Lirici marinisti", volume inagurale degli "Scrittori d'Italia". Michel / Michel, II, p. 11. Non in Gamba, Vinciana, Moreni. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Decree and Establishment of the Kings Majestie [with] Anti-Duello.

      1612 - Two Issues Confronting Stuart-Era Nobles James I [1566-1625], King of England. The Decree and Establishment of the Kings Majestie, Upon a Controversie of Precedence, Betweene the Yonger Sonnes of Viscounts and Barons, And the Baronets; And Touching Some Points also, Concerning Aswell Bannerets, As the Said Baronets. London: Imprinted by Robert Barker, 1612. [iv], 14, [2] pp. [Bound with] Espagne, Jean d' [1591-1659]. Anti-Duello. The Anatomie of Duells, With the Symptomes Thereof. A Treatise Wherein is Learnedly Handled, Whether a Christian Magistrate May Lawfully Grant a Duell, For to End a Difference Which Consisteth in Fact. Also, The Maner and Forme of Combats Granted, With the Severall Orders Observed in the Proceeding Thereof, With the List of Such Duels, As have Beene Performed Before the Kings of England. Truly and Compendiously Collected and Set Forth by Mr. Iohn Despagne, For the Good of Soveraigne and Subject. Published by His Majesties Command. London: Printed by Thomas Harper for B. Fisher, 1632. [vi], 63, [1] pp. Title page and following two leaves supplied in facsimile. Stab-stitched pamphlets in recent wrappers, rules to covers, hand-lettered title to spine. Some wear to spine ends, a few minor stains to wrappers. Attractive woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Some toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to lower corner of text block. "2" to upper corner of Duello, "3" to first leaf of Anti-Duello, interior otherwise clean. * Only editions. Decree addresses the confusion raised by the creation of the rank of baronet by James I. The King's decree explained the nature of this title and fixed its place among the other titled ranks. Anti-Duello is a contribution to a early seventeenth-century debate initiated by a 1613 decree of James I that outlawed dueling. (This was a reaction to series of high-profile duels between some of his leading courtiers that year.) OCLC locates few copies of either title in North America, none in law libraries. English Short-Title Catalogue S105542, S114510. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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