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         Disputationum de universo, quo utimur, jure, pulchra methodo conscriptarum, denuo stud. recognitarum, materiis & quaestibus variis adauctarum & eleganter reformatarum. Band 1 + 2 ( = Pars Prima + Pars Altera )

      Berner, Tübingen 1612 - ( Erscheinungszeitraum 1612 - 1613 ) Band 1 mit 4 n.n. Blättern ( incl. Titelblatt ), mit 1 Porträtkupfer Heinrich Bocers, 903 Seiten, 2 n.n. Blätter ( Index ) / Band 2 mit 4 n.n. Blättern ( incl. Titelblatt ), 842 Seiten, 2 n.n. Blätter ( Index ). Jeweils in geprägten Renaissance-Pergamentbänden mit farbigem Rückenschildchen auf dem schmalen Einbandrücken, 8° ( 23,5 x 18 cm ). Die Einbände jeweils etwas fleckig und berieben, mit in alter Zeit eingestanzten Buchstaben *RIBS* und der Jahreszahl *1614*, Band 2 mit 3 kleinen Wurmlöchern auf dem Einband. Innen jeweils mit altem Wappen-Exlibris innen auf dem Vorderdeckel und kleinem handschriftlichen Vermerk aus alter Zeit auf dem vorderen Vorsatz, wenige Seiten gering fleckig, wenige Seiten gering angeknickt, der zweite Band innen zu Beginn mit 2 kleinen Wurmlöchern und am hinteren Vorsatz stärker fleckig - insgesamt aber beide Bände von guter, dekorativer Erhaltung. Zusammen 2 Bände. - sehr selten - ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 2900 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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      Limburgensis Ducatus Tabula Nova. Copperengraving. J.B. Vrients. Antwerp 1612. (49x39,5).

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         Reskript mit eigenh. U. ("Sophia").

      Schloß Colditz, 9. IX. 1612. - 1 S. und 3 Zeilen auf Doppelblatt mit Adresse. Folio. Anweisung an den Wittenberger Professor der Rechte Wolfgang Hirschbach (1570-1620), auf der Hochzeit der Tochter des Wittenberger Mediziners Ernestus Hettenbach (1552-1616), nämlich der 1588 geborenen Anna Hettenbach, mit dem Marburger Theologen Nikolaus Hunnius (1585-1643) die Stelle der Fürstin zu vertreten: "Demnach Unß D. Ernst Hettenbach professor zu Wittembergk zu seiner tochter mit M. Nicolao Hunnio uff den 15 dieses daselbst angestalten hochzeitlichen ehren underthenigst ersucht, und eingeladen, und wir ihme dieselbe in gnaden zubeschicken gemeinet, alß begehren wir gnedigst, Ihr wollet uff angeregten tagk an unser stadt berürten ehrenfreuden beiwohnen, unsere stelle halten, auch brautt und breuttigam neben gewöhnlicher gluckwünschunge beiverwartes silber vorguldetes trunkgeschirr praesentiren [.]". - Siegelreste; Spuren alter Faltung.

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         De campanis commentarius a fr. Angelo Roccha Episcopo Tagastensi, et Apostolici Sacrarii praefecto Elucubratus, ad sanctam ecclesiam catholicam directus, in quo multa non minus admiratione, ac scitu digna, quam lectu iucunda, in ecclesia Dei reperiri narratur ?

      Romae: Apud Guillelmum Facciottum, 1612. First edition. Title within woodcut border, 4 engraved plates (two folding). [16], 166, [2, blank], [16, index] pp. ?4 a4 A-Z4, including blanks a4 and X4. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary vellum, soiled and shaken, front joint split, plates detached and ragged at edges, one plate defective, the two folding plates backed on linen, text with some occasional light foxing and staining. Angelo Rocca (1545-1620) was the founder of the Angelica Library, the first public library of Rome. He was also head of the Vatican printing office, overseeing numerous editions of the Bible and the Church Fathers. In 1595 he was appointed papal sacristan, a position from which he gained a broad knowledge of bells and chimes. In DE CAMPANIS COMMENTARIUS Rocca addresses the origins of bells, the rite of consecration for bells, their ecclesiastical usage (including the liturgy), the office of bell ringer, secular and musical uses of bells, and clock chiming. The four fine engraved plates are: "Horologium Sancti Marci Venetiarum" (the astronomical clock in St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice); "Campana A XXIIII Hominibus Pulsata" (a bell so large it required 24 men to ring it), "Campanae XXXIII Organi Sonm Reddentes" (a man at the keyboard of an organum of 33 bells); and "Horologium Leodii" (a large folding plate illustrating the the elaborate chiming clock of St. Lambert's Cathedral in Liège, in this copy defective).

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         Descrizione del Sacro Monte della Vernia, con disposizinoe di XXV figure intagliate in rame

      Florence, 1612. Folio. 24ff., + 22ff. lettered plates, two of which fold out and are comprised of multiple sheets. First edition. Illustrated with an elaborate engraved frontispiece portrait of St. Francis surrounded by allegorical symbols and twenty-two plates. Details in each of the plates are labeled with letters, which correspond to explanatory keys on the facing pages. These pages are surrounded by intricate typographic borders and ornamentation. On the morning of the 14th of September, 1224, St. Francis of Assisi received the gift of the Stigmata on the Monte della Vernia in the Tuscan Apennines. This remarkable example of Italian Baroque book illustration is an inspired endeavor to illustrate the experiences of St. Francis, as well as the chapels and churches in the area that had been erected in the 13th and 14th centuries. The copper engravings were cut from drawings by the Veronese painter Jacopo Ligozzi, seven of these (A, C, N, P, U, X and Y) were done by Raphael Sciaminossi and are concerned chiefly with St. Francis?'s forty days on the mountain. Most of the fifteen unsigned plates show architectural or landscape details. The frontispiece portrait of St. Francis was engraved by Domenico Falcini. Four plates feature six engraved overlay slips, all but one of which are to show differences in the landscape between the early 13th century and 1608: the exception is plate F, which depicts a screen hiding two frescos. Because of the tendency for these little slips to become dislodged, copies with all six overlays present are extremely rare, the last complete copy having been offered for sale in 1983 (the Besterman copy). Several older marginal repairs, front pastedown repaired, else a nice, untrimmed copy in contemporary full limp vellum, which shows a few wormholes. With the small embossed stamp of Giannalisa Feltrinelli on the front endpaper. Housed in a vellum-backed cloth folding case.

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         De campanis commentarius a fr Angelo Roccha Episcopo Tagastensi, et Apostolici Sacrarii praefecto Elucubratus, ad sanctam ecclesiam catholicam directus, in quo multa non minus admiratione, ac scitu digna, quam lectu iucunda, in ecclesia Dei reperiri narratur ?

      Romae: Apud Guillelmum Facciottum, 1612. First edition. Title within woodcut border, 4 engraved plates (two folding). [16], 166, [2, blank], [16, index] pp. ?4 a4 A-Z4, including blanks a4 and X4. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary vellum, soiled and shaken, front joint split, plates detached and ragged at edges, one plate defective, the two folding plates backed on linen, text with some occasional light foxing and staining. First edition. Title within woodcut border, 4 engraved plates (two folding). [16], 166, [2, blank], [16, index] pp. ?4 a4 A-Z4, including blanks a4 and X4. 1 vols. 4to. Angelo Rocca (1545-1620) was the founder of the Angelica Library, the first public library of Rome. He was also head of the Vatican printing office, overseeing numerous editions of the Bible and the Church Fathers. In 1595 he was appointed papal sacristan, a position from which he gained a broad knowledge of bells and chimes. In DE CAMPANIS COMMENTARIUS Rocca addresses the origins of bells, the rite of consecration for bells, their ecclesiastical usage (including the liturgy), the office of bell ringer, secular and musical uses of bells, and clock chiming. The four fine engraved plates are: "Horologium Sancti Marci Venetiarum" (the astronomical clock in St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice); "Campana A XXIIII Hominibus Pulsata" (a bell so large it required 24 men to ring it), "Campanae XXXIII Organi Sonm Reddentes" (a man at the keyboard of an organum of 33 bells); and "Horologium Leodii" (a large folding plate illustrating the the elaborate chiming clock of St. Lambert's Cathedral in Liège, in this copy defective).

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         A Kalender, or Table, Comprehending the effect of all the Statutes that haue beene made and put in print, beginning with Magna Charta . . . Whereunto is annexed an Abridgement of all the Statutes . . . in force, and use [etc.]. S.T.C. 9549. Folio

      London: Printed [by Adam Islip] for the company of Stationers, 1612. Modern 3/4 morocco over buckram boards, gilt, the title a bit dusty, else a very good copy with ample margins Pulton's ambitious work, part of his lifelong efforts devoted to English statute law, first setting forth the statutes (beginning with Magna Charta) in English chronologically, and then abridging and cross-referencing them alphabetically

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         A Kalender, or Table, Comprehending the effect of all the Statutes that haue beene made and put in print, beginning with Magna Charta . . . Whereunto is annexed an Abridgement of all the Statutes . . . in force, and use [etc.]. S.T.C. 9549. Folio

      London: Printed [by Adam Islip] for the company of Stationers, 1612. Modern 3/4 morocco over buckram boards, gilt, the title a bit dusty, else a very good copy with ample margins Pulton's ambitious work, part of his lifelong efforts devoted to English statute law, first setting forth the statutes (beginning with Magna Charta) in English chronologically, and then abridging and cross-referencing them alphabetically

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         Fori Iulii Accurata Descriptio

      Friuli 1612 - Restauro alla piega centrale. Bella coloritura coeva. Edizione con testo in latino e numero di pagina 79 mm 355x475

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         Venerable Bede Anglo-Saxon Astronomy Occult Astrology Mathematics Maps Zodiac

      Coloniae Agrippinae : Sumptibus Anton. Hierati et Ioan. Gymnici., Anno 1612. - 1612 Venerable Bede Anglo-Saxon Astronomy Occult Astrology Mathematics Maps Zodiac HUGE VELLUM FOLIO ILLUSTRATED Saint Bede (c.673 –735) or the Venerable Bede, was an English monk at the monastery of Saint Peter at Monkwearmouth and its companion monastery, Saint Paul’s, in modern Jarrow, Northeast England, both of which were located in the Kingdom of Northumbria. He is well known as an author and scholar, and his most famous work, Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum (The Ecclesiastical History of the English People) gained him the title “The Father of English History”. Main author: Bede, the Venerable Saint; Alexander Milne; James Baine Title: Venerabilis Bedae presbyteri Anglo-Saxonis viri sua aetate doctissimi, Opera quotquot reperiri potuerunt omnia. Published: Coloniae Agrippinae : Sumptibus Anton. Hierati et Ioan. Gymnici., Anno 1612. Language: Latin FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 452 + 238 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Coloniae Agrippinae : Sumptibus Anton. Hierati et Ioan. Gymnici., Anno 1612. Size: ~15.25in X 10in (38.5cm x 25.5cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Notes on Nursing: what it is, and what it is not.

      FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE. G&M 1612, the most famous and important book on nursing. "After receiving training in Germany and France, Florence Nightingale had some nursing experience in England. The Crimean War gave her an opportunity to demonstrate the value of trained nurses. Within a few months of her arrival at Scutari, the mortality rate among soldiers there fell from 42% to 2%. Florence Nightingale lived to become the greatest figure in the history of nursing" (G&M). In this book Miss Nightingale laid down the essential principles for the care of the sick, and introduced a new profession for women.Grolier One Hundred (Medicine), 71. Lilly, Notable Medical Books, 215. Bishop & Goldie, Bio-bibliography, 4(i). Skretkowicz, "Florence Nightingale's Notes on Nursing" in The Library, v.15, no. 1, 24-46, 1993. This copy is in Skretkowicz's Group 1, and has all the issue points of both type and binding detailed by him. Norman catalogue 1600.8vo, 79 pages. Original black pebbled cloth, ends of spine and corners a little worn, spine neatly repaired and now with some small chips, otherwise an excellent copy.

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         Sanfärdigt och rättmätigt geenswar/ emoot then lögnachtige smädeskrifft/ som een dansk man Petrus Parvus Rosefontanus benämdt/ åhr M.DLX. effter Christi bördh/ haffuer aff trycket/ på then lofflige Swea och Götha nation/ aff ijdhel haat och affwund/ uthgå låthet/ först på latijn skreffuet aff höghlärdh man/ J. M. och nu på thet swenska tungemål/ gemeene Sweriges rijkes inbyggiare til stoor nytta och behagh/ transfererat aff Heinrico M. Chem. Wiburgo-Carelio [A truthful and righteous answer to the mendacious and libellous pamphlet which a Danish man called Petrus Parvus Rosefontanus has published out of sheer hatred and envy .]. + Korte och sanfärdige beskrifwelse om någre förnämlighe och tänckwärdighe saker/ som uti the tre stormächtige kon

      1612 - Stockholm, C. Reusnero, 1612. 8:o. (16),187,168-69,190-293,284-85,296-300,(1,3 blanks) pp. Title printed in red and black. Woodcut arms of the Sture family on verso of title. + Stockholm, I. Meurer, 1629. 8:o. (16),224 pp. Title printed in red and black.Contemporary half calf, soiled, with remains of a MS title on spine. Blue edges. Pastedowns with old ink notations. Weak inner joints and with minor damage to upper part of back cover. Title in the first work somewhat soiled and with old notes and signatures. Insert somewhat browned and foxed throughout. A few dampstains. Bookplate. A well-read copy.Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 608-09 and 631, respectively. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 2500 for Messenius and 3246, the note, for Müller. Messenius' latin original, "Retorsio impostararum", was published the same year. It is an attack on Svaning's "Refutatio calumniarum" 1561, which was published under false name and is a critique of Johannes Magnus. The question had been arised by the Kalmar War in 1611. The translator Henrik Martin Kemner was born in Viborg and worked as a Swedish-Finnish priest in the Baltic States. The second work is from Schroderus' impressive output as a translator and the original, "Septentrionalische Historien", was published in 1585 and treats the wars in the Baltic States up until this year. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Raccolta breve d'alcune cose più segnalate c'hebbero gli antichi, e d'alcune altre trovate da moderni Con l'aggiunta d'alcune considerationi curiose, et utili di Flavio Gualtieri da Tolentino

      presso Bernardo Giunti,, In Venetia, 1612 - Cm. 22, pp. (24) 443 (1). Grande marchio tipografico al frontespizio, capolettera e testate. Legatura coeva in piena pregamena floscia con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Un forellino di tarlo che interessa solo le prime due carte e prima sguardia assente, peraltro esemplare genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Non comune prima edizione italiana di quest'opera curiosa. Dall'indice: Della Murrina, et altre pietre di valore; D'alcuni liquori pretiosi, et in particolare del Balsamo; Di varie sarti di frutti, et vini; Delle varie librarie antiche, e chi fosse il primo a far Libraria copiosa; Delle cantine, et come si conservassi il vino dagli antichi; D'un olio che mai si consumava; Della porcellana, et sua virtù; Della Bottarga, caviale, et altri salumi. Cfr. Camerini I, pag. 519; Paleari, 896. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Enchiridion Medicum: Containing an Epitome of the Whole Course of Physicke: with the Examination of a Chyrurgian.With a Treatise Containing a Difinition of all Those Diseases That Do Chiefly Affect the Body of Man.Enlarged with a Second Part, Containing a Particular Practise of Physicke, with the Flowers of Celsus containing many Aphorisimes, Excellent Sentences and Witty Sayings

      N.O. for John Royston, and William Bladon, London 1612 - Later 1/4 leather, lacking the title and epistle, replaced in facsimile bound back in, first page with top excised to remove a signature but not touching the text, some mostly mild foxing, browning and dampstaining, but mostly clean. Examination of a Chyrurgion by Stephen Hobbes with a separate title page. (0 of 4), 172,169, [6]pScarce second edition of this early English medical text attributed to Valentinus. The Examination section includes a substantial Antidotarie with recipes (including a section on juleps with cinnamon, mint, nutmeg). The second section ends with "Of Pissing in the Bed", and why not? Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Inventory No: 045325. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Trois Livres Du Domaine De La Couronne De France, Composés En Latin et Traduits En Langage Vulgaire.

      In folio, plein basane, dos à nerfs orné ( reliure pastiche exécutée au XIX°), 10ff.n.ch., 658 pages et 39ff.n.ch. (table). Quelques épidermures, mouillures marginales, reliure frottée; sinon bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De Historien der vromer Martelaren, die om het getuygenis des Euangelij haer bloet vergoten hebben: van Christi tyden af, tot onsen tijdt toe. Hier by ghevoecht Het tweede deel der Martelaren: Vervattende ontrent twee hondert t'sestich Martelaren, die noyt in eenighe van onse Nederduytsche Martelaer-boecken ghedruckt zijn, tot den Jaere 1609. Waer van vele met groote moeyte uyt gheschreven Coppen zijn op-ghesocht, ende tot dienst der vromen aen den dagh ghegeven.

      Amsterdam, Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburch 1612. 2 delen in 1 band, (gegraveerde titelpagina, 18) 791, (gegraveerde titelpagina, 2) 266 (2) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (vernieuwd schutblad achterin en vernieuwde linten, plaatselijk vochtvlekken, met vele houtgravures in de tekst. Vroege uitgave van dit werk, deze uitave niet in de SGT, maar 1 compleet exemplaar in NCC).

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         Trois traitez de la philosophie naturelle non encore imprimez. Scavoir le secret livre du très ancien Philosophe Artephius, traitant de l'Art occulte & transmutation Metallique, Latin François. Plus les Figures Hieroglyphiques de Nicolas Flamel, ainsi qu'il les a mises en la quatrième arche qu'il a bastie au Cimetiere des Innocens à Paris, entrant par la grande porte de la rue S. Denys, & prenant la main droite, avec l'explication d'icelles par iceluy Flamel. Ensemble, le vray Livre du docte Synesius Abbé Grec. (.), le tout traduit par P. Arnauld sieur de la Chevallerie Poictevin.

      - Paris, Guillaume Marette, 1612. Petit in-4 (200 x 142 mm), demi-vélin ivoire, titre doré, 103 p., 8 figures emblématiques gravées sur bois dans le texte, planche dépliante in fine. Rarissime édition originale de ce recueil de trois textes alchimiques fondateurs, illustrés de 8 figures emblématiques gravées sur bois, en tête de 8 chapitres d’explication et d'une planche dépliante in fine. Il contient: l’édition princeps de "Les figures hierogliphiques" [sic], ouvrage présenté comme un texte composé par Nicolas Flamel entre 1399 et 1413. Celui-ci y raconte qu'il a acquis pour deux florins un mystérieux et ancien livre, "tout gravé de lettres et de figures", sous le titre de 'Livre d'Abraham le Juif, prince, prêtre lévite, astrologue et philosophe, à la gent des juifs ( )'. Ce traité, écrit par un "homme fort savant", explique le processus du "Grand Œuvre". La célèbre planche dépliante représente plusieurs pièces gravées sur bois formant une arcade à l’image de celle que Nicolas Flamel fit élever aux charniers des Innocents. Elle renfermerait le processus du "Grand Œuvre", dissimulé sous des figures allégoriques. Le sujet principal montre le Père éternel, à sa droite Nicolas Flamel, les mains jointes aux pieds de Saint-Paul. Pernelle, sa femme, à gauche dans la même attitude. Au-dessous sont représentés divers sujets, parmi lesquels un Jugement dernier, et, dans la partie inférieure du tympan, le Massacre des Innocents. L’ouvrage contient deux traités supplémentaires: ‘Le livre secret traitant de l’art occulte & de la pierre Philosophale' (latin et traduction française en regard) par Artéphius, alchimiste et philosophe hermétique qui aurait vécu au Moyen âge ; ainsi que 'Le Vray livre de la pierre philosophale' de Synésius, alchimiste, poète et philosophe grec, évêque de Ptolémaïs' (370-415). (Fergusson, ‘Biblio. Chemica’, I, 47-48 (ex. incomplet). Duveen, ‘Biblio. Alchemica’, p.27. Cette édition originale de 1612 manque à Caillet, Dorbon, Ouvaroff et Guaïta, qui ne possèdent qu’une édition postérieure donnée comme "très rare"). L’ouvrage est bien complet de la planche dépliante qui manque dans la plupart des exemplaires (selon Fergusson, qui précise que l'ouvrage est, par ailleurs, bien souvent incomplet et en mauvais état, eu égard aux conditions de sa publication). Le feuillet de titre est restauré sans perte, la planche a été également restaurée avec une lacune en coin rétablie anciennement, donnant la légende complète. Des auréoles claires. Plusieurs petites corrections à la plume de l'époque dans le texte. Signature ex-libris de l'époque sur le titre: "Apartient à P. arnaud". Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Cvliacanae, Americae regionis, descriptio : Hispaniolae, Cvbae, aliarvmqve insvlarvm circvmiacientivm, delineatio.

      , 1612 - Large engraved map in two compartments. Damage to lower left edge only. Lightly browned. Ink erosion of paper at top left in leaves of cartouche. Large margins. 19.5 x 14" Upper half shows state of Sinaloa in northwestern Mexico while lower half shows Caribbean islands.

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         Magdeburgum (Germany)

      Published between 1572-1612, from Civitates orbis terrarum - A detailed hand colored engraved view of Magduberg, Germany by Braun and Hogenberg. Overall fair conditions with dimensions of 15"x21". Many repairs throughout boarders, foxing/staining throughout.

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         ANCIENS ET NOUVEAUX STATUTS DE LA VILLE ET CITE DE BORDEAUX (BOURDEAUS)

      Par S. Millanges, Imprimeur Ordinaire du Roy 1612 - RO40113414: 342 pages. Gravure en noir et blanc encollée en page de titre. Couverture parcheminée et muette. Annotations d'époque à la plume en page de garde et au dos du second plat: 'Ce livre appartient à M. Pierre Perrier, Procureur, 1684 (.) Et à présant il appartient à M. P. Durand, Proc., 1692 (.)'. Premier plat déchiré. Second plat taché. Couverture détachée. Revêtement en papier du dos des plats abîmé et se détachant. Quelques feuillets abîmés et détachés: pages de garde, de titre, toutes premières pages. Cahiers se détachant. Quelques mouillures. Pages 73-86 manquantes. Texte très lisible. Esquels sont contenues les Ordonnances requises pour la police de ladicte ville, et de tous les estats et maistrise d'icelle. Avec un Indice des principales matières. Election des Iurats de la ville et cité de Bourdeaus. Du Maire, Sous-Maire et Iurats. Des Clefs du Trésor. Des Procureurs. Des Sergens. Du Capitaine du guet. Des Pauvres. De Guyenne. Des Edifices et Maisons. Des Vagabons. Pour le temps de Peste. Des Pastels. Des Bleds. Des Vins. Des Chirurgiens, etc. In-8 Relié. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Déchirures Classification Dewey : 94.2-Livres anciens XVII ème [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Aurora]. Morgenröte im Aufgang.

      - Das ist: Die Wurzel der Mutter Der Philosophiae, Astrologiae und Theologiae, Aus rechtem Grunde. Oder Beschreibung der Natur / Wie Alles gewesen und im Anfang worden ist: wie die Natur und Elementa Creatürlich worden seynd; auch von den beyden Qualitäten Bösen und Guten [.] Durch Jacob Böhme, In Görlitz / Im Jahr Christi 1612. seines Alters 37. Jahr / Dienstag in Pfingsten. Alles von neuem übersehen / und mit Fleiß nach des Authoris eigenem Manuscripto corrigiret und verbessert. Amsterdam, [Wetstein], 1682. 13 Bll., 360 S., 2 Bll., mit ungewöhnlichem Kupfertitel "Aurora", Kl.-8°, Neueres Ganzpergament, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt Caillet 1288. - Ein Teil der "Amsterdamer" Gesamtausgabe "Des gottseeligen hocherleuchteten Jacob Böhmens Teutonici philosophi alle theosophische Wercken", die 1682 anonym von Johann Georg Gichtel hrsg. wurde. In der von Buddecke willkürlich gewählten Folge als Teil 2 aufgeführt. - U.a. über: Von der Erforschung des göttlichen Wesens in der Natur; Wie ein Engel u. Mensch Gottes Gleichnüß u. Bild sey; Von dem sechsten Quell-Geist in der göttlichen Krafft; Von dem erschrecklichen Fall des Königreichs Lucifers; Von dem kläglichen Zustande der verderbten Natur u. Ursprung der 4. Elementen, an Statt der Heiligen Regierung Gottes; Von der Schöpffung Himmels u. Erden u. des ersten Tages; Von der zusammen-Corporirung der Sternen; Von den Planeten Saturnus, Venur u. Mercurius. - Jakob Böhme (1575-1624) griff auf seinen Gesellenwanderungen mystische u. alchimistische Gedanken auf, las die Schriften von Kaspar Schwenckfeld u. wurde auch von paracelsischen Ideen beeinflusst. Böhme entwickelte ein dualistisches, mystisch-theosophisches System. Seine Philosophie ist eine eigentümliche Verbindung aus Luthertum u. Mystik. Die vorl. "Aurora" war Böhmes erstes Werk, geschrieben wurde es 1612, erstmals veröffentlicht 1634, u. brachte ihm den Ruf der Ketzerei ein. - Vorsätze mit schwachen Spuren von Ausrissen, Vermerk u. Aufkleber; Titel mit zwei Stempeln (etwas unschön); eine saubere kl. Randanmerkung; die Seiten nur tlw. leicht gebräunt oder braunfleckig; ein schönes Expl.

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         Graeciae Universae Secundum Hodiernum Situm Neoterica Descriptio".

      1612 - Kupferstich-Karte nach J. Gastaldi, aus A. Ortelius, Amsterdam 1612, altkoloriert. Ca. 36,5 x 51,5 cm. Bug teilweise geplatzt und ganz verstärkt, links daneben Quetschfalte. Gebräunt und vor allem Ränder etwas fleckig. Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800 (1992) Nr. 1610, plate 334. Broecke 146.4. Zeigt ganz Griechenland, den Balkan und die Inseln, auch die kleinasiatische Küste ist eingetragen. Maritime Staffage. Links unten befindet sich eine große ebenfalls kolorierte Titelkartusche. Zweiter Zustand der prachtvollen Karte mit korrigiertem Meilenzeiger, aus der ital. Ausg. 1612. The map shows whole Greek, the Balkans and the islands, the minor-asian coast is inscribed as well. Bug teilweise geplatzt und ganz verstärkt, links daneben Quetschfalte. Gebräunt und vor allem Ränder etwas fleckig.

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         Oratione nella venuta del Serenissimo Don Francesco Maria Feltrio della Rovere Duca VI. d'Urbino in Gubbio.

      - Perugia, Marco Naccarini e Cesare Scaccioppa, 1612. 4to. Cart. primi '900. 13 pp., vignetta silogr. sul front. - Una sola copia in Censimento, rara, stampata come tutte le placchette celebrative in pochi esemplari.

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         Magia naturalis, das ist Kunst und Wunderbuch: Darinnen begriffen wunderbare Secreta, Geheimnüsse und Kunststücke, wie man nemlich mit dem gantzen Menschlichen Cörper, zahmen und wilden Thieren,. allerley Gewächsen und Pflanzungen. fast unerhörte wunderbarliche Sachen verrichten,. und damit die Zeit vertreiben kan. Allen Liebhabern solcher geheimbten Künsten. Jetzo auffs new revidirt, corrigirt . gemehret und gebessert. 4 Tle. in 1 Band. Erfurt, (Nicolaus Schmuck 1611). 4°. 9 Bll., 55 num. Bll., 3 Bll.; 4 Bll., 63 num. Bll., 5 (d.l.w.) Bll.; 4 (d.l.w.) Bll., 43 num. Bll., 3 Bll., 2 w. Bll.; 4 Bll., 35 num. Bll., 12 Bll., Pgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      - Rosenthal 2937 (Ausg. 1612) - Graesse BMP 114 - Lindner 11.0935.04, 11.0937.03, 11.0939.03 u. 11.O941.03 - Ackermann I, 480 (Ausg. 1622): ?Seltenes Volksbuch. Das Werk ist besonders wichtig wegen der zahlreichen occulten Geheimnisse und der wertvollen Winke über die höhere Magie.- Zweite Ausgabe (erste Quartausgabe), wahrscheinlich auf eigene Kosten des Verfassers gedruckt. ?Sie trägt weder ein Datum noch den Namen des Verlegers. Wahrscheinlich erschien sie zu den in den Widmungen ausgewiesenen Daten, d.h. mit allen Teilen im Jahre 1611. Sie wurde zum Vorbild für alle folgenden Quartausgaben. . Die Magia naturalis ist eine wichtige, vielfach in erheblich ältere Zeit zurückweisende Quelle für Jagdaberglauben, Jagdzauber und Jagdmagie" (Lindner).- Enth. außer den im 2. Buch enthaltenen interessanten Kapiteln über die Jagd auch Kapitel über alchemistische Rezepturen, Haarpflege, Geheimschriften, Flohfang, Feuerwerk, Wein, Tinte u.v.a.m.- Am Ende des 4. Buches mit eigenem Titel das "Kunstbüchlein vor die Kürschner". - Titel u. 1. Lage mit fachm. ergänz. Randläsuren u. gereinigt, tls. etw. fleckig od. wasserrandig, Vorsätze erneuert, Rücken mit kl. Ergänzungen, Ebd. etw. fleckig.

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         Magia naturalis, das ist Kunst und Wunderbuch: Darinnen begriffen wunderbare Secreta, Geheimnüsse und Kunststücke, wie man nemlich mit dem gantzen Menschlichen Cörper, zahmen und wilden Thieren,... allerley Gewächsen und Pflanzungen... fast unerhörte wunderbarliche Sachen verrichten,.. und damit die Zeit vertreiben kan. Allen Liebhabern solcher geheimbten Künsten. Jetzo auffs new revidirt, corrigirt ... gemehret und gebessert. 4 Tle. in 1 Band. Erfurt, (Nicolaus Schmuck 1611). 4°. 9 Bll., 55 num. Bll., 3 Bll.; 4 Bll., 63 num. Bll., 5 (d.l.w.) Bll.; 4 (d.l.w.) Bll., 43 num. Bll., 3 Bll., 2 w. Bll.; 4 Bll., 35 num. Bll., 12 Bll., Pgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      . . Rosenthal 2937 (Ausg. 1612) - Graesse BMP 114 - Lindner 11.0935.04, 11.0937.03, 11.0939.03 u. 11.O941.03 - Ackermann I, 480 (Ausg. 1622): "Seltenes Volksbuch... Das Werk ist besonders wichtig wegen der zahlreichen occulten Geheimnisse und der wertvollen Winke über die höhere Magie.- Zweite Ausgabe (erste Quartausgabe), wahrscheinlich auf eigene Kosten des Verfassers gedruckt. "Sie trägt weder ein Datum noch den Namen des Verlegers. Wahrscheinlich erschien sie zu den in den Widmungen ausgewiesenen Daten, d.h. mit allen Teilen im Jahre 1611. Sie wurde zum Vorbild für alle folgenden Quartausgaben. ... Die Magia naturalis ist eine wichtige, vielfach in erheblich ältere Zeit zurückweisende Quelle für Jagdaberglauben, Jagdzauber und Jagdmagie" (Lindner).- Enth. außer den im 2. Buch enthaltenen interessanten Kapiteln über die Jagd auch Kapitel über alchemistische Rezepturen, Haarpflege, Geheimschriften, Flohfang, Feuerwerk, Wein, Tinte u.v.a.m.- Am Ende des 4. Buches mit eigenem Titel das "Kunstbüchlein vor die Kürschner". - Titel u. 1. Lage mit fachm. ergänz. Randläsuren u. gereinigt, tls. etw. fleckig od. wasserrandig, Vorsätze erneuert, Rücken mit kl. Ergänzungen, Ebd. etw. fleckig.

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         THE GENERALL HISTORIE (sic) OF THE MAGNIFICENT STATE OF VENICE Englished by W. Shute Gent.

      London, G. Eld, and W. Stansby, 1612. In-4 p. (mm. 318x205), 2 voll. in 1, mz. pelle mod., dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, tagli rossi, pp.num. (6),579 (ma 569);(3),500,(42); grande vignetta xilografata al frontesp. che raffigura una pianta di Venezia; ornato da testate, grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta ed illustr. da 90 ritratti dei dogi, inquadrati in elaborate cornici, tutti inc. su legno. Storia della città di Venezia "from the first foundation thereof until this present (1607). Collected by Thomas de Fougasses, Gentleman of Avignon, out of all authors". "Prima traduzione inglese" dell'opera "Histoire générale de Venise" stampata a Parigi, 1608. Cfr. Cicogna,601 che cita la I ediz. in francese del 1608 e precisa: "Dal principio al 1487, cioè alla p. 420, è una versione dal latino del Sabellico" - Choix de Olschki,X,15641. Al ns. esempl. manca l'ultima carta bianca; solo prime 3 carte brutte e restaur. per manc. margin. (non di t.); piccoliss. restauri al marg. sup. alle prime 7 carte; aloni viola che si attenuano sempre di più, su ca. 200 carte del I vol., altrim. molto ben conservato.

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         1612 Bible, Geneva Folio

      - 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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         HISTOIRE DU PAYS ET DUCHE DE NIVERNOIS.

      - Paris, la veuve Abel L'Angelier, 1612. 18x24 cm. 389 pages + Liste des noms des évêques de Nevers + Tables. Reliure d'époque en plein parchemin. Dos à 4 nerfs peu marqués. Plats ornés à froid d'un triple encadrement. Mors supérieur fendu, cependant ouvrage solide et bien dans son jus. Quelques petites mouillures marginales sans gravité et deux petits travaux de vers n'atteignant pas le texte, sinon intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage rare. Envoi de photos sur demande. La librairie offre aux clients d'AbeBooks 10% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 1400 EUR.

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         "Graeciae Universae Secundum Hodiernum Situm Neoterica Descriptio".

      1612. Kupferstich-Karte nach J. Gastaldi, aus A. Ortelius, Amsterdam 1612, altkoloriert. Ca. 36,5 x 51,5 cm. Bug teilweise geplatzt und ganz verstärkt, links daneben Quetschfalte. Gebräunt und vor allem Ränder etwas fleckig. Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800 (1992) Nr. 1610, plate 334. Broecke 146.4.. Zeigt ganz Griechenland, den Balkan und die Inseln, auch die kleinasiatische Küste ist eingetragen. Maritime Staffage. Links unten befindet sich eine große ebenfalls kolorierte Titelkartusche. Zweiter Zustand der prachtvollen Karte mit korrigiertem Meilenzeiger, aus der ital. Ausg. 1612. The map shows whole Greek, the Balkans and the islands, the minor-asian coast is inscribed as well.

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

      Officiana Nivelliana, Lutetiae (Paris) 1612 - 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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         Gesamtansicht; darüber Stammbaum der Herzöge von Jülich, Kleve u. Berg.

      . Kupferstich v. Dominicus Custos aus Principium Christianorum Stemmata, 1612, 39,5 x 25. Angerhausen, Der Niederrhein A 6. - Stammbaum des Hauses Jülich-Kleve-Berg beginnend bei Graf Friedrich von Altena werden die Nebenlinien Kleve-Nevers, Kleve-Ravenstein und Kleve-Mark verfolgt. Die Kinder Wilhelms des Reichen bilden rechts den Abschluß. Oben ist eine Widmung an den letzten Herzog Johann Wilhelm beigefügt. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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         LEXICON IURIDICUM : IURIS CAESAREI.

      Coloniae Allobrogum, Excudebat Matthaeus Berjon, Sumptibus Caldorianae Societatis 1612 - LEXICON IURIDICUM : IURIS CAESAREI, SIMUL ET CANONICI: Feudalis Item, civilis, criminalis : theoretici ac practici ; et in schola et in foro usitatarum : ac tum ex ipso Iuris utriusque CORPORE, tum ex Doctoribus & Glossis, tam veteribus, quam recentioribus, collectarum ; vocum PENUS : Simul & LOCORUM COMMUNIUM & DICTIONARII : vicem sustinens. Feudale Lexicon ; Leges ac Magistratus Romanos ; & caetera huic Operi adiecta, vide in Complemento, post sinem Operis ipsius. Collectum vero est hoc opus ex collatis interesse iuridicis, ( ) auctum deinde, expolitum & mendatum( ) Dn. Culacii, Brissonii, Donelli, Duareni, Gothofredi, Pacii, Vulteli, Goeddaei, item Corrasli, Fabri, Vuesenbec. ( ) Editio postrema A, prioribus auctior et longe limatior, ( ). IOANNIS CALVINUS, alias Kahl ( ). 23,5x 16,cm, (8) 2878pp + 236pp, Reliure peau d’époque, coins légèrement émoussés. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

      Lutetiae (Paris): Officiana Nivelliana, 1612. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 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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         Historien der Nederlanden, En haar Naburen Oorlogen tot het Jaar 1612.

      Rotterdam, Pieter van Waesberge z.j. (titelprent, 5) 673 (11) Folia, Opnieuw gebonden Leer met houten platten, 2 koperen sluitriempjes en 8 koperen hoeken, Folio H. 37 x B. 23,5 x D. 11 cm. (titelpagina is opgeplakt en aan de linkerzijde marginaal beschadigd. Inclusief de 55 prachtige Portretgravures).

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         Le Camp de la place royalle, ou Relation de ce qui s'y est passé les cinquiesme, sixiesme, & septiesme iour d'Avril, mil six cens douze, pour la publication des mariages du Roy, & de Madame, avec l'Infante, & le Prince d'Espagne. Le tout recueilly par le commandement de Sa Maiesté.

      Paris, Jean Laquehay 1612 - in-4, [2] ff. n. ch. (titre, dédicace "aux chevalliers de ces courses"), [372] pp. mal chiffrées 368 (il y a saut de chiffrage de 348 à 345), maroquin cerise, dos à nerfs, double filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées sur jaspure, large dentelle intérieure (Masson-Debonnelle). Bel exemplaire. Unique édition, fort peu commune, mais partagée entre plusieurs libraires, de cette description du carroussel, des jeux, des joutes et des courses de bagues données pendant trois jours sur l'actuelle Place des Vosges à l'occasion de la conclusion des "mariages espagnols" (Louis XIII avec Anne d'Autriche ; Elisabeth de France avec le futur Philippe IV). Manque, comme dans beaucoup d'exemplaires, la suite intitulée "Le Reste des vers faicts pour ces courses et comme ils furent donnez au camp", et qui forme un supplément de 32 pages. Né à Forcalquier, Honorat de Laugier de Porchères (1572-1653) commença sa carrière littéraire par cet ouvrage de circonstance en prose, mais il devait ultérieurement se faire connaître surtout par ses poèmes ; ce fut l'un des premiers membres de l'Académie Française. Cioranescu, XVII, 40689. Ruggieri, 385. Plusieurs collations de dépôts publics donnent [4] ff. liminaires et non [2] comme ici, sans autre précision. En tout cas, les signatures de notre exemplaire sont cohérentes, et il ne semble rien manquer avant la signature A(1). Très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Polemonis physionomia a graeco in latinum versa per Carolum Montecuccolum. Cum annotationibus eiusdem et cum translatione in Italam orationem conscripta a francisco Montecuccolo eius fratre.

      - Mutinae, Io. Maria de Verdis, 1612. 4to. Cart. alla rustica settecent (senza dorso). 106 pp., 1 c.b., 80 pp. - Prima edizione in latino, la traduzione in italiano, con titolo e numerazione a parte qui presente, manca spesso. Bella edizione ricca di belle iniziali silogr. e di stemmi sul front. - Due leggerissime macchie sul titolo.

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         Arbor Aniciana seu genealogia serenissimorum Austriae domus principum ab Anicia antiquissima noblissimaque urbis Romae familia deducta septemque libris explicata. 3 Tle. (alles Erschienene) in 1 Band. Wien, Fidler für den Autor in Zwettl 1613. Fol. 22 Bll., 83 S., 5 Bll., 44 S., 7 (erstes weiß) Bll., 134 S., 1 Bl., Titel mit breitem Kupferstichrahmen. u. 9 Textkupfern, Prgt. d. Zt.

      - VD17 23:296807P - Coreth 31 - Bernd 2527 a. - Jöcher IV, 485 - Mayer I, 925.- Einzige Ausgabe, ursprünglich auf sieben Teile geplant.- Sehr seltener Wiener Druck; Johann Fidler war zwar Bürger der Universität, aber nicht Bürger der Stadt und konnte daher nur unter größten Schwierigkeiten drucken. Neben diesem Privatdruck ist nur ein weiterer Titel von ihm bekannt.- Eine der letzten Schriften, in der der römische Ursprung der Habsburger verfochten wurde.- Johann VII Seifried (Seyfried) stammte aus Breslau und war von 1612?1625 Abt im Stift Zwettl.- Die Kupfer zeigen Münzen und Wappen.- Sauber, zu Beginn und Ende jedoch etw. wurmstichig, Ebd. angestaubt u. fleckig u. tls. mehrere Wurmgänge.

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         TRATTATO DE' CIBI ET DEL BERE del Signor B.P. medico bolognese. Ove non solo si tratta delle virtù de’ cibi, che ordinariamente si mangiano & de’ vini che si bevono, ma insieme s’insegna il modo di corregger i loro difetti ridotto in assai bell’ordine . dal Signor Francesco Gallina medico piemontese.

      Giovanni Domenico Tarino,, Torino, 1612 - Volume in 8° antico (cm. 12 x 9), legatura coeva in piena pelle, titolo impresso al dorso a cinque nervi, inciso e decorato in oro a scomparti, sguardie, frontespizio con bella e grande marca xilografica (antica firma d'appartenenza cancellata con inchiostro), dedicatoria dell'editore al principe Vittorio Amedeo di Savoia, sommario, 8 cc., 393 pp., bianche. Si tratta della rara edizione torinese (la prima veneta è del 1583) di questo celebre trattato che ebbe una rinomanza enorme tanto da vendere circa trenta edizioni nel corso di un secolo. L’opera in lingua italiana del medico bolognese del XVI secolo Baldassare Pisanelli (notizie 1559 -1583), allievo del più famoso Aldovrandi, è una disamina accurata delle virtù e difetti dei più comuni cibi, frutti e liquori. Insegnamenti per la preparazione e la cottura. Consigli per la scelta degli alimenti. Di ogni cibo e' riportata la storia e la considerazione di esso presso gli antichi. Il testo inizia con la Tavola delle Cose che nella presente opera si contengono: si elencano in voci alfabetiche tutti i cibi commestibili atti a preparare le ricette culinarie che seguono. Stampata in bel corsivo tondo, alcuni capilettera e finalini xilografici, una lieve ed uniforme brunitura dovuta al tipo di carta, un accenno di gora al margine inferiore delle prime ed ultime pagine. Esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione. Ricco di nozioni a dir poco curiose. Di grande rarità e notevole importanza.

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         Elegantiae Latini sermonis. [On the part-title for part 2, under "Aloisae Sigeae":] Satyrae sotadicae, de arcanis amoris et veneris, ...[The Netherlands? ca. 1750?]. 12mo. With a title-page that looks more like a half-title and gives the impression that the book is a collection of sermons by Meursius, and a part-title for part 2 that gives the author's female pseudonym and the true title. Boards (ca. 1900), covered with paste-paper. Untrimmed.

      KVK & WorldCat (3 copies?); cf. Gay-Lemonnyer III, 218-19 (other eds.); Kearney, The private case 363-408 (idem); Rose, Register of erotic books 4240-80 (idem). Rare edition, in the original Latin, of a famous erotic prose dialogue by Nicolas Chorier (1612-1692), recounting the sexual initiation of Ottavia, an innocent but intensely motivated young girl. Chorier first published it in Latin in the 1660s under the pseudonym "Aloisia Sigea" and claimed it was translated by Johannes Meursius from a Spanish manuscript. It went through numerous editions and was translated into several European languages, including Dutch, English, French and German. This "vastly dilated and wholly libidinous parody of women's educational aspirations" (Turner) had a profound influence on European erotic literature. The title-page, which looks more like a half-title, was probably intended to hide the true nature of the book, making it appear to be a collection of sermons by Meursius. This title is found already on editions thought to date from ca. 1680. The part-title for the second part gives the pseudonym and title used for the earliest and many later editions.Title-page with stamp of the "Bibliotheca Milichiana Gorlicensis'', flyleaf with manuscript note in German on Chorier, printed description from a sale catalogue (after ca. 1930) mounted on pastedown, some soiling. Overall in good condition.

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         [Letter to M[adam]e la Duchelle d'Avegry[?]]. [Paris, December? 1703]. Small 4to (19 x 14 cm). Autograph letter in French, signed, written in dark brown ink in a Latin hand on paper.

      For Verjus and his role in the missions of the Far East, see: Frederik Vermote, The role of urban real estate in Jesuit finances and networks between Europe and China, 1612-1778, doctoral thesis, University of British Columbia (Vancouver 2013). Signed autograph letter written by Antoine Verjus (1632-1706), Parisian Jesuit procurator for the Indian and Chinese missions from 1678 to 1702 and, on the evidence of the present letter still in 1703. He reports on various Jesuits who have left for China, notes the importance of the work and the honour it has brought to others (explicitly noting the Duchess of Alba), and appears to be seeking patronage. In the 1690s Verjus had corresponded with Leibniz and helped him establish contacts in China. He spent much of his career attempting to establish a safer and more reliable connection between Europe and China. He distrusted the motives of his colleagues in other European countries, even fellow Jesuits, and succeeded in diverting funding for missions from Lisbon to Paris. He found much support in Germany, however, especially the Prince-Bishop of Münster, Ferdinand von Fürstenberg. "Verjus' correspondence ... illustrates his pivotal role in reshaping Jesuit transport and communication networks." (Vermote p. 32). The letter was formerly folded horizontally and vertically, probably for sending, and one corner is slightly damaged with no loss of text. In very good condition. An important primary source on French Jesuit missionary work in China and it financing.

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         Den nieuwen morghen-wecker, wijsende de natuere, voort-ganck, vruchten, remedien, der ketterije; te voor-schyne ghebrocht, tot het welvaert der gheunieerde, ende andere Nederlandtsche Provincien.

      Jo. Christoph. Flavius,, Louvain, 1612 - 4to. Modern boards, old fly leaf bound in. With an engraved illustration on the title showing an alarm clock, and several woodcut initials and head- and tailpieces. (20), 328 (=329), (3) pp. Very rare reply by the Jesuit Thomas Sailly (1558-1623) to the protestant Willem Baudartius van Deinse's famous Morghen-wecker der vrye Nederlantsche Provincien (1610) on the religious causes of the Dutch Revolt. In answer to the present work, some other works were written, notably Adriaen van Loo's Tweederley anatomien (1619) and (anonymous) Wederlegginghe eenes lasterlijcken boecx (1615). Good copy.- (Sl. browned; with an interesting provenance: ms. ownership's entries on the title: 'Bibliothec. F. F. Minorum Recoll. Campensium' and on first flyleaf: 'gekocht op de verkoping van Bodel Nijenhuis, Schotel' and 'J. Schouten, 1853'). De Backer-Sommervogel VII, cols. 406-7; not in NUC or OCLC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Leucoium.

      Frankfurt, Germany. Ca. 1612. - Engraving with handcolor, image 13 1/2 x 8 inches. Very good condition. Conservation matted. From Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium, first issued in 1612, with five subsequent editions. "Emanuel Sweert, a Dutch florist, was at one time Praefectus of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II, and it was at his behest that the work was produced. Although it did not contain prices it also served as a catalogue of plants offered for sale by Sweert at the Frankfurt Fair." (de Belder catalogue). The intaglio processes of engraving and etching had only recently been applied to botanical illustration, allowing for a finer, more spontaneous line than the woodcut. Pictured are a number of varieties of the Amaryllis family.

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         Contra octaginta haereses opus. Panarium, sive arcula, aut capsula medica appellatum, continens libros tres, & tomos sive sectiones ex toto septem.

      Paris, Nivelle für Sebastian Cramoisy, 1612. - Folio (240 x 352 mm). (8) pp., 1230 cols., (23) pp. With large woodcut printer's device; t. p. printed in red and black. Green marbled boards (c. 1850) with giltstamped spine title and fillets. Very comprehensive Latin edition of the Works; some Greek sections at the end. The orthodox zealot Epiphanius (4th c.) fought against all heresies, especially Origines and his disciples. - Slightly browned; t. p. somewhat wrinkled. Binding rubbed and split at the hinges. Hoffmann II, 28. OCLC 36756914. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Tractatus de attentatis et innouatis lite, & appellatione pendente, & in alijs casibus, qui pagina quinta distincte indicantur. Roberto Lancellotto i.c. Perusino authore

      apud Iacobum Antonium Somaschum, Venetiis 1612 - in 4° - pp.96nn, 422, 2nn, 135, 1nn p - Pergamena - Marca (O439) sul front., a c. 2M7 e in fine, capilettera - Testo in latino - In ottimo stato di conservazione - Front. stampato in rosso e nero - Titolo manoscritto al dorso - Piccoli forellini di tarlo, lievissime mancanze al frontespizio e rare fioriture alle pagine - Libro usato

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         Increpatio Andreae Eudaemono-Johannis Jesuitae, de infami Parallelo, et renovata assertio,Torturae Torti, Pro Clarissmo Domino atque Antistite Eliensi.

      Cambridge Excudebat Cantrellus Legge 1612 - First edition, 4to., (14), 442pp., without the first and last leaves, both blank, nice copy newly bound in full old style panelled calf. An important work by Samuel Collins (1576 - 1651) provost of King's College, Cambridge in support of Lancelot Andrews's "Tortura Torti", and "Parallelus Torti ac tortoris eius L.Cicestrensis" by Andreas Eudaemon-Joannes. Dedicated to Archbishop Abbot.STC 5563 [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Helvetiae Descriptio. Aegidio Tschudo Auct.

      1612 - Antwerp, 1579, Latin text edition. Old colour. 345 x 450mm. A fine example. An attractive and detailed map of Switzerland, oriented with north to the bottom of the map, after the map by Aegidius Tschudi, 1538. VAN DEN BROECKE: 115.

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      Antuerpiae [Antwerp], Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Viduam & Filios Ioannis Moreti. 1612 - Head of title in Greek [romanized: Paroimiai Hellenikai] [Greek Proverbs]. Title page date: [M] [D] C XII, superiorum permissu. "Ex Zenobio seu Zenodoto, Diogeniano & Suidae collectaneis. Partim edita nunc primum, partim Latine reddita, Scholiisque parallelis illustrata, ab Andrea Schotto Antuerpiano, Soc. Iesu Presbytero." [10] printed leaves, 702 pages. -- Thick hardcover, 7.5x10.2 inches, full mottled leather, raised bands, gilt spine decorations, marbled endsheets. Condition: cover boards a bit sprung; cover lightly rubbed/worn; surface crinkles to the leather; pages quite bright and clear; a few (very early) marginal notes. Some early page numbers are misprinted, but the catchwords are corrrect and the text continuous. -- Works by Zenobius the Sophist; Diogenianus, von Heraclea; Suidas (lexicographer) in parallel columns of Greek and Latin, with decorations, and with indexes in Greek and Latin. -- This book is a nice example of the elegant type faces from the continued operations of the **printer Christophe Plantin** (d.1589) and with his device on title-page and last page (compass held by hand, motto Labore et Constantia). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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