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2010-10-06 15:49:38
Guatemala (colony). Audiencia.
Valladolid, Madrid, San Lorenzo, etc.: , 18 May 1600 – 15 June 1628, 1501. Valladolid, Madrid, San Lorenzo, etc., 18 May 1600 – 15 June 1628. Folio. 100 ff. (some blank).. The audiencia (or high court) was, according to Clarence Haring (the dean, during the 1940s and 1950s, of American scholars of colonial Latin America), "the most important and interesting institution in the government of the Spanish Indies." He rightly points out that "It was the center, the core, of the administrative system, the principal curb upon oppression and illegality of the viceroys and other governors."    The first audiencia was established in Santo Domingo in 1508 with others springing up as the Spaniards discovered and settled North and South America. The Audiencia of Guatemala came into existence on 20 November 1542 through the New Laws and had a troubled and peripatetic beginning: The documents that compose this collection do not deal with things quite as dramatic as either the judicial insanity or the big-time smuggling of those earliest years, but they do, nonetheless, document various unstudied aspects of the presidencies of Dr. Alonso Criado de Castilla (1598–1611), Don Antonio Pérez Ayala Castilla y Rojas (1611–26), and Dr. Diego de Acuña (1626–33). The royal cedulas fall into three broad categories: requests for information, demands for action, and orders ending existing practices.    An example of the Crown's requests for information is a decree of 4 December 1601. The king would sometimes receive complaints that were best handled extrajudicially, often involving polit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-13 12:24:54
ISABELLA I of CASTILE (1451-1504).
Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501 ISABELLA I of CASTILE (1451-1504). Document signed "I the Queen" (yo la reyna), addressed to her steward, Pancho de Paredes, ordering additions to her personal wardrobe. Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501 One page, 4to., (12 4/8 x 9 2/8 inches), written on both sides, with six line endorsement signed by the royal secretary Pedro Almazan. Dated at Grenada, Spain, on 18 March 1501. Housed in a red cloth chemise inside quarter red morocco slipcase. Isabella I, Queen and unifier of the Spanish kingdoms, patroness of Christopher Columbus, and her husband Ferdinand were noted for the magnificence of their royal court. The queen was particularly fond of fine clothing and jewels and was famous throughout Europe for her superb wardrobe. She and her ladies in waiting set fashions for several decades. In this unique documented she orders a new supply of linen to be worn with various court dresses which are described in detail, showing the great personal interest the Queen took in her wardrobe and giving an unusual glimpse into the private life of a celebrated European monarch. At the time of writing, 1501, Isabella was fifty years old and had been on the Spanish throne for twenty-six years. Her characteristic state attire at the time has been described as a "gown with a tight bodice and a girdle tied in a looped knot at the front (which) feel over the ankles to the ground.over this cloak was drawn across the figure from the left and caught under the right arm" (William T. Walsh: Isabella of Spain: The Last Crusader, New York, 1930, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-07 18:21:30
Sin editorial. Dada en Ciudad Real a diez y siete dias de Marzo de Mil è quinientos e un años (1501) [Pero es copia del siglo XVIII].- son 77 folios sin numerar (en total 154 pags.) manuscritas con clara caligrafía del siglo 18 sobre excelente papel de hilo verjurado con marca al agua; in Folio (30,5 cm.); Enc. en Pleno pergamino flexible.- En impecable estado, tan solo tiene una señal de humedad en el ángulo superior interno muy poco marcada y que no ha afectado para nada ni a la lectura ni a la textura del papel. ----------AVISO CORONAVIRUS: ADEMAS DE LOS PROTOCOLOS DE SEGURIDAD LLEVADOS A CABO POR LAS EMPRESAS DE TRANSPORTE, ESTAMOS VAPORIZANDO TODOS NUESTROS LIBROS CON UNA SOLUCION DE AGUA Y LEJIA ANTES DE EMPAQUETARLOS / CORONAVIRUS NOTICE: IN ADDITION TO THE SAFETY PROTOCOLS CARRIED OUT BY THE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES, WE ARE VAPORIZING ALL OUR BOOKS WITH A SOLUTION OF WATER AND BLEACH BEFORE PACKING THEM---------- Libro en español ANDALUCÍA [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2010-03-14 16:15:52
Rushworth, John, comp.
London: Pr. by Tho. Newcomb for George Thomason, 1659–1701. Folio (31.5 cm; 12.5"). 5 parts in 8 vols. I: Frontis. port., [15] ff., 691, [1 (blank)], 57, [1 (blank)] pp. II: Frontis. port., [5] ff., pp. 1–617, [1 (blank)] p., pp. 717–884 pp., 1 plt. (port., Duke of Hamilton). III: pp. 885–1060, 1085–1196, 1199–1388; appendix pp. 1–315, [1 (blank)] pp.; 1 plt. (port., Earl of Strafforde). IV: Frontis. port., [3] ff., 184 pp., fols. 185–92, pp. 193–400, [16] ff., pp. 385–552, fols. 553–64, pp. 565–788, [6] ff. V: [1] f., 208 pp., pp. 259–410, 459–770, 777–99, 791–975, 974–88, [6] ff. VI: Frontis., [1] f., xvi, 148 pp., pp. 177–352, 361–656, [4] ff.; fold. plt. VIII: Title-leaf, pp. 731–890 (837, 838 repeated), 913–1056, 1059–74, 1097–1431; [1] p., [9 (index)] ff. VIII: Frontis., title-leaf, [4] ff., pp. 1–76, 101–252, 401–786,. Rushworth (1612?–90), a partisan of Cromwell and Parliament, compiled one of the most famous and still sought-after assemblages of documents on the history of England during the early Stuart period and the Civil War era. Biased though it be, the work is a major source for historians, both amateur and professional, and for students of English law.    For the latter, in addition to the obvious parliamentary proceedings, there is the noteworthy inclusion at the end of vol. III of the "Star Chamber Reports" that compose the appendix, and the devotion of all of vol. VIII to the trial of Thomas, Earl of Stratford; the set in hand has the issue of vol. I having no map but two plates, both present.    As our caption notes, this vast repository purports to have … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-03-10 16:14:42
Albubather. :
Impressum Venetiis per Jo. Baptista Sessa anno Domini 1501. Dies 23. Februarii. In nachträglich montiertem Kartonumschlag. Titel fehlt, Inhalt beginnt mit Blatt 2. Im Kolophon Sessas Druckermarke, darunter Papierausschnitt. Blatt 5 mit Fehlstelle (ca. 1,5 cm2 Textverlust), 4 große Initialen. Guter Zustand. // ENGLISH: Cardboard cover of younger age. Title page missing, content starts with page 2. Colophon includes Sessa’s printer’s mark, below a larger part of paper is cut out. Page 5 contains a fault of about 1,5 square centimeters loss in text. 4 large initials. Good condition. 28 Blatt Latein 200g [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Krull GmbH [Neuss, Germany]
2008-03-25 12:45:18
Aristoteles: = Petrus de Abano
1501. Problemata Alexandri Aphrodisei. Problemata Plutarchi, cum gratia. - Venetiis, Per Bonetum Locatellum, 1501, Folio (304 x 210 mm), (22), 296 fl. double colum, gothic letters, woodcut initials, printer device, fine full leather binding. A broad marginated, clean and well preserved copy of this beautifully volume, printed on strong paper. The greatest scientific name after Hippocrates is that of Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), who gave the medicine the beginnings of botany, zoology, comparative anatomy, embryology, teratology and physiology, and use of formal logic as an instrument of precision. Aristotle, a pupil of Plato, and at one time tutor to Alexander the Great, had a profound influence in determining the direction of medical and biological thought; perhaps no other man has so dominated and advanced science as a whole.The Aristotelian Problemata enjoyed considerable popularity in the Middle Ages, especially its book IV, dealing with sexual intercourse and generation, which adapted in such manner that it became a kind of pornographic publication. Petrus de Abano (1250-1315?) was one of the most illustrious and influential men of his time and probably the most influential medical writer of the later middle age. A native of Apano near Padua (from which he takes his name), he took his degree in Paris and his cures were so remarkable that he was able to obtain the highest fees of any physicians of his time. He was called the Consiliator because of his remarkable book published during his residence in the Paris University. He was consulted by such man as Pope Honorius IV and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]

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