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        DE REBUS OCEANICIS ET NOVO ORBE...ET ITEM DE REBUS ÆTHIOPICIS, INDICIS, LUSITANICIS & HISPANICI

      Cologne. 1574.. [48],655,[30]pp. Contemporary vellum, tooled in blind, contemporary manuscript on spine. Light wear and soiling to vellum. Several ownership inscriptions on front endpapers. Light toning and foxing. A few contemporary notations in text. Very good. An important edition of Martyr, the foremost chronicler of the New World in its earliest period, including all of his most important texts on New World discovery. Besides all of the chronicles Martyr wrote as official historian of the Indies from 1511 to 1534, it adds two important works: Martyr's 1521 Basel letter, which contains the text of the lost first Cortés letter describing his initial landing and forays into Mexico; and Damiao de Goes' work, originally published in 1544, included by Harrisse in ADDITIONS (144). The most accessible edition of one of the foundation works of New World history. SABIN 1558. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 574/1. MEDINA 235. BEINECKE LESSER ANTILLES COLLECTION 2. BELL A214. JCB (3)I:253.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Ortelius, "Septentrionalivm regionvm descript.".

      . mit altem Grenz- und Flächenkolorit, um 1574, 36 x 48,5. Van den Broecke, Nr. 160 ( Lateinische Ausgabe 1574 oder 1575 ); Burden, Mapping of North - America, Nr. 40 und Abb.; Dreyer - Eimbcke S. 78 ff. : "Island besitzt bereits seine richtige Westost - Ausrichtung". - Dek. Karte des Nordatlantiks mit Schiffen u. Meeresungeheuer im Kartenbild. Zeigt den Nordatlantik mit der Ostküste Kanadas, Grönland, Island, Skandinavien und Grossbritannien. - Mit lateinischem Rückseitentext und Blattnummer 60 ( daher Ausgabe. 1574 oder 1575 ) - Mit Einzeichnung der Phantasieinsel "Friesland" im Atlantik.

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        Guidong County (Set of 4)(Chinese Edition)(Old-Used) HU NAN SHENG GUI DONG XIAN ZHI ( TAO ZHUANG GONG 4 CE )

      hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover Pages Number: 1574 Language: Chinese. This study Guidong County industrial structure changes. The study found that Guidong County. located in mountainous areas. closed strong. the tertiary industry prior to the development of secondary industry. but with the improvement of the conditions of industrial development. the pace of development of the secondary industry overtake the tertiary industry. which makes the value added the performance of a special order of the evolution of struct... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Templum omnium iudicum Pontificiae, Caesareae, Regiae, Inferiorisque Potestatis. Opus theologicae, Canonicae, Civilisque facultatis professoribus valde utile. Cum Indice locorum insignium Locupletißimo.

      Venetia, apud Ioannem Baptistam Somaschum (d.i.: Giovanni Battista Somasco) 1574.. Gr.-8°. Tit., 31 ungez. Bll. (Widm., Proömium, Inh. u. Repertorium), 234 [recte 236] num. Bll. Mit 1 Druckermarke auf Tit. sowie mehreren, z. Tl. wh. Init. in Holzschnitt. Flex. Pergamentbd. d. Zt. m. Rü.beschrift. v. alter Hd. Buchblock aus Einbd.decke gelöst; Einbd. abgerieben u. stellenw. fleckig; Wurmgänge auf Vorderdeckel sowie an den Rü.kanten; 2 Fehlstellen auf Rü.; 3 Ecken lädiert; Vorsätze u. ersten Bll. abgegriffen, gebräunt u. im Falz m. Wurmfraß; Tit. m. Wappenstemp.; im Text vereinzelt randrissig, abgegriffen u. eselsohrig.. BMC Italian books 194 (hier die Ausg. v. 1575). Venezianischer Druck einer frühen kirchenrechtlicher Schrift des italienischen Rechtsgelehrten Corradi Lancellotto (1520-1590). Enthält in 2 Büchern (zusammen 20 Kapiteln) die, durch das kanonische Recht definierte Herrschaftsstruktur, also den grundlegenden, organisatorischen Aufbau des heiligen römischen Reiches. Beschrieben werden diverse Machthaber sowohl auf weltlicher als auch auf der kirchlicher Seite und deren Aufgaben, Amtseinhebung etc. Das erste Buch umfasst eine Juridifizierung der weltlichen Herrscher, der zweite Teil befasst sich mit den hohen Kirchenämtern. Der Text ist zweispaltig gesetzt. Die Widmung an Carlo Borromeo, den Kardinal und Erzbischof von Mailand, ist verfertigt von Marius Conradus, der demnach offensichtlich als Herausgeber des Werkes fungierte. Weder über den Verfasser noch den Herausgeber konnten wir genauere Lebensdaten ermitteln.

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        DE REBUS OCEANICIS ET NOVO ORBE.ET ITEM DE REBUS ÆTHIOPICIS, INDICIS, LUSITANICIS & HISPANICI.

      Cologne. 1574. - [48],655,[30]pp. Contemporary vellum, tooled in blind, contemporary manuscript on spine. Light wear and soiling to vellum. Several ownership inscriptions on front endpapers. Light toning and foxing. A few contemporary notations in text. Very good. An important edition of Martyr, the foremost chronicler of the New World in its earliest period, including all of his most important texts on New World discovery. Besides all of the chronicles Martyr wrote as official historian of the Indies from 1511 to 1534, it adds two important works: Martyr's 1521 Basel letter, which contains the text of the lost first Cortés letter describing his initial landing and forays into Mexico; and Damiao de Goes' work, originally published in 1544, included by Harrisse in ADDITIONS (144). The most accessible edition of one of the foundation works of New World history. SABIN 1558. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 574/1. MEDINA 235. BEINECKE LESSER ANTILLES COLLECTION 2. BELL A214. JCB (3)I:253.

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        Conservandae bonae valetudinis praecepta longe saluberrima, regi Angliae quondam à doctoribus scholae Salernitanae versibus conscripta; nunc demùm non integritati solum atque nitori suo restituta, sed rhytmis quoque Germanicis illustrata / Cum luculenta & succincta Arnoldi Villanovani . in singula capita exegesi . nunc denuo, mutatis & recisis nonnullis, ac innumeris ferme sublatis mendis, recognita & reburgata, ut novum opus iure videri possit.

      Christian Egenolff Erben,, Frankfurt, 1574 - Frankfurt, Christian Egenolff Erben, 1574. 8°. 8 n.n. Bl., 280 Bl., 8 n.n. S. Index. Mit 61 Holzschnitten im Text von H.S. Beham, H. Weiditz u.a. Halbschweinslederband der Zeit mit Rollstempelverzierung über Karton. Rücken im 18. Jahrhundert mit Wildlederbezug überklebt. Mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitelschild. VD16 R-582. - Choulant 274. - Adams S-107. - Spätere von Johannes Curio herausgegebene und kommentierte Fassung des "Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum" durch Arnold von Villanova. Die brühmteste Sammlung diätetischer Ratschläge des Mittelalters wurde von Johannes Curio für den deutschen Markt und auf die Zustände nördlich der Alpen umgeschrieben und mit hübschen kleinen Holzschnitten, die vielfach Szenen aus dem Volksleben darstellen, witzig und lehrreich illustriert. Die Verse des ursprünglichen Lehrgedichtes sind hier jeweils auch in der deutschen Übersetzung durch Curio abgedruckt. - Papier gleichmässig leicht gebräunt. Ohne den vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz. Einbandecken bestossen. Sprache: N Halbschweinslederband der Zeit mit Rollstempelverzierung über Karton. Rücken im 18. Jahrhundert mit Wildlederbezug überklebt. Mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitelschild. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        De republica Noribergensium libri IIII. Ad amplissimum ac sapientissimum inclytae urbis Noribergensis senatum.

      Frankfurt, Ch. Egenolffs Erben für A. Lonicer u. a., 1574 - 4°. Mit ganzseit. Holzschnittwappen auf dem Titel verso und großer Holzschnittvignette am Ende. 20 nn., 63 num. Blätter. Moderner Pappband mit Inkunabelpapierbezug. Erste und wohl einzige Ausgabe. - Richter 372. VD 16 G 2145. Lucius 107. Nielsen II, 669. Ehrencron-Müller III, 227. Pfeiffer 30401. - Nicht im STC, bei Adams, Lentner und Pfister. – Rasmus Glad gilt als produktivster u. erfolgreichster neulateinischer dänischer Dichter des 16. Jhds. 1526 in bescheidenen Verhältnissen geboren, legte er sich später den Künstlernamen Cimbrius Erasmus Michaelius Laetus (glad=fröhlich=laetus) zu. Nach Studium in Kopenhagen (1542-1546) u. Rostock (1548) erhielt er 1554 in Kopenhagen einen Lehrstuhl für Pädagogik, den er 1558 gegen den für Dialektik eintauschte. Um den prestigeträchtigeren Lehrstuhl für Theologie zu erhalten, studierte er noch einmal ein Jahr in Wittenberg u.a. bei Philipp Melanchton. Nach Kopenhagen zurückgekehrt erhielt er die begehrte Professur, wurde Rektor der Universität und 1569 in den Adelsstand erhoben. 1572 brach er zu einer Europareise auf, die ihn nach Basel, Frankfurt am Main, Padua und Venedig führte. Allerdings nicht (!) nach Nürnberg, wie der Verfasser im Vorwort seines aus 4 Büchern und 2669 Hexametern bestehenden Werkes „De republica Noribergensium “ erklärt. - In den einleitenden Bemerkungen dieser ersten Stadtbeschreibung Nürnbergs durch einen Ausländer, der die Stadt charakterisiert, ohne sie je betreten zu haben, sinniert Laetus über die Funktion der Poesie. Ihre Aufgabe sei es, die Tugend zu fördern. Nürnberg sei ein einzigartiges Modell an Tugendhaftigkeit, deshalb müsse er davon erzählen. Buch I beleuchtet die Kunstfertigkeit der Dichter. Der Regnitz folgend, die in den Main und dann in den Rhein fließt, wirft er einen Blick auf Städte, die ihm als Humanisten besonders am Herzen liegen (Bamberg, Straßburg, Speyer, Worms, Mainz, Bingen, Koblenz, Köln). Buch II behandelt die Stadtgründung Nürnbergs und ihre Entwicklung bis zu seiner Zeit. Buch III zeigt die einzigartigen Erfolge der Stadt, stellt einige ihrer Geschlechter vor, weist auf ihre Gewerbe hin, würdigt ihre Künstler und endet mit einer kurzen Beschreibung ihrer hohen Häuser, starken Mauern u. Gräben sowie der Mühlen und Schmieden die am Flussufer stehen. Buch IV besteht aus einer Klage über die Hauptübel seiner Zeit (Trunksucht und luxuriöse Kleidung), die in der Idealstadt Nürnberg natürlich nicht anzutreffen sind. – Vgl. dazu Walter Gebhard, in: Mitteilungen des Vereins für Geschichte Nürnberg 89. Bd. 2002 S. 47-62. – Gleichmäßig gebräunt. Gutes und sauberes Exemplar. Sehr selten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historiarum de Regno Italiae Libri Quindicim

      Venezia: Venetiis, apud Iordanem Zilettum, 1574. Folio mayor; 4 hs., 591 pp. Ejemplar con ligera pérdida de papel blanco en el extremo inferior exterior de las últimas treinta páginas y agujero al pie de la última página con pérdida de varias letras correspondientes a los datos del impresor. Bella impresión enmarcada. Encuadernación de época, en pergamino. El gran humanista, nacido en Modena, fue de los primeros en basar su obra sistemáticamente sobre manuscritos y en viajar incansablemente recorriendo archivos. La historia de Italia abarca aquí desde finales del Siglo V, y con Alboino en el Siglo VI, hasta el 1268 con el Emperador Enrico V.

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        Quaestiones Familiares: Pragmaticis Percommodae [Bound with] In.

      1574 - Two Scarce Sixteenth-Century Italian Works on Roman and Canon Law Bero, Agostino [1474-1554]. Thomasius, Joannes, Editor. Quaestiones Familiares: Pragmaticis Percommodae. Venice: Apud Io. Antonium Bertanum, 1574. [lxxii], 445, [3] pp. [Bound with] Marzari, Francesco. In Materiam Fideicomissariam Epitome Francisci Marzarii Vicentini Iurisconsulti ac in Rot. Genuens. Bononiens. Florentina Quondam Auditoris Integerrimi. Venice: Apud Vincentium Vianum, 1574. [viii], 67, [1] pp. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Some soiling, a few minor stains, light rubbing to extremities, vellum beginning to crack through front and rear pastedowns, hinges cracked, text block secure. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to margins of a few leaves, internally clean. Nice copies of two scarce titles. * Bero, Later edition; Marzari, first edition. Quaestiones Familiares was first published in Bologna with title Familiares Quaestiones. Its 136 quaestiones deal mostly with Roman or canon law. Whatever the topic, most of Bero's authorities come from canon law. A durable work, it went through five editions, the last in 1629. As indicated by its title, Marzari's treatise addresses the Roman law of fideicommissum, the request by a testator to any person who benefited by his will or intestacy to give certain objects to a third party. Both titles are scarce, especially Marzari's. OCLC locates 3 copies in North America, all of the 1574 edition (UT-Austin Ransom Library, Harvard and UC-Berkeley Law Schools). Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) Bero: CNCE5561; Marzari CNCE38579. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De rebus oceanicis et novo orbe, decades tres . Item eiusdem, De Babylonica legatione, libri III. Et item De rebus Aethiopicis, Indicis, Lusitanicis, & Hispanicis, opuscula quaedam historica doctissima, quae hodie non facile alibi reperiunter, Damiana a Goes Equitis Lusitani.

      Apud Gervinum Calenium & Haeredes Quentelios, Cologne 1574 - Contemporary vellum, tooled in blind, contemporary manuscript on spine The collected Peter Martyr: the foremost chronicler of the New World in its earliest period, including all of his most important texts on New World discovery. An important edition, besides all of the chronicles Martyr wrote as official historian of the Indies from 1511 to 1534, it adds two important works: Martyr's 1521 Basel letter, which contains the text of the lost first Cortés letter describing his initial landing and forays into Mexico; and Damiao de Goes' work, originally published in 1544, included by Harrisse in Additions (144). The most accessible edition of one of the foundation works of New World history. Sabin 1558; European Americana 574/1; Medina 235; Beinecke Lesser Antilles Collection 2; Bell A214; JCB (3)I:253. [48],655,[30]pp. Decorative woodcut initials. Several ownership inscriptions on front endpapers. Light toning and foxing. A few contemporary notations in text.

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        Conil Xeres de la Frontera (Spain)

      Cologne 1574 - Engraving with original hand-color. Some discoloration at bottom left border, but overall a good example. From Civitates Orbis Terrarum. Sheet size: 15 1/2 x 21". Inventory#: p1712pmat.

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        Dialogo de Givochi che nelle vegghie sanesi si usano fare. Del Materiale Intronato. Allillv Strissima, et Eccellentissima Signora Donna Isabella de' Medici Orsina Duchessa di Bracciano.

      In Venetia Appresso Gio. Antonio Bertano from last page of text 1574 - 12mo (in 4s and 8s), 145 x 95 mms., pp. [16], 17 - 288, engraved woodcut on title-page, contemporary vellum. A very good to fine copy. Bargagli (?1537 - 1586) published this very popular book first in 1572, and this is the second edition. The "games" are listed in the table of contents in more-or-less alphabetical order, "serious" followed "light" or "pleasant," with appropriate references in the margin. The games as such are exercises in mental agility, using one's intellectual skills for solving puzzles, enigmas, etc. A certain amount of intellectual agility would also be required to follow the text, with its long sentences separated by occasional full stops (periods). "Materiale Intronato" is Bargagli's pseudonym; he was a member of the Accademia degl'Intronati, and the dialogue takes place among imaginary members of the Accademia. George Irving Dale in his "Games and Social Pastimes in the Spanish Drama of the Golden Age" (Hispanic Review, 1940) calls attention to the number of games that Bargagli describes, their appearance in Spanish drama and elsewhere, observing "The first game in Bargagli's book of games is that of cross purposes or themes, "del proposito," in which each player whispers something to his neighbor, who in turn whispers an answer and another question until each player has had a turn; after which the questions and answers are repeated aloud for the pleasure of the company. Bargagli mentions that the game is described in Ariosto's Orlando Furioso and cites the passage. This game was utilized by Cervantes in his Galatea. The dramatists do not seem to have made any use of it."

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        Fvnerali antichi di diuersi Popoli, et Nationi; Forma, Ordine, Et Pompa di sepolture, di eßequie, di Consecrationi antiche et d'altro

      Venetia: Simon Galignani, 1574. Engravings by Girolamo Porro. [8], 110, [2] pp. Brunet IV, 820. 3/4 morocco on old marbled boards.

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        Lima, seu Dictionarium poeticum, ubi de accentuum causis, divisionibus, ac definitionibus: de quantitate, syllabarumque qualitate: de nominum, verborumque incrementis, multisq(ue) regulis adiectis Ciceronis, Quintiliani, ac Servij ex Aeneidos libris collectis, atque Poetarum fabulis breviter expositis, quae maxime favent emendatè loqui capientibus in omnibus, quae linguae Latinae curam exigerent. Ioanne a Planis, siclensi, siculo, autore

      ex Officina Dominici Guerraei, & Io. Baptistae, fratrum, Venetijs 1574 - Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Antica scritta di appartenenza al frontis. e tenue alone marginale sulle prime 30 cc.Poche carte ingiallite ma, nel complesso, bell esemplare. Rara edizione originale. Mira II, 232 (con titolo diverso dal nostro). Non in Adams, non in Br.Libr. 8vo (cm. 20,5), 12 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca), 740 pp. Testo su due colonne.

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        Les Plees del Coron, diuisee in plusors titles & common lieux [etc.] [bound with] An exposition of the Kinges Prerogatiue [etc.]

      In aedibus Richard Tottell 1574 & 1577, London - Early calf, joints cracking, ex-Procurators' library; usable Early editions of Staunford's two principal works, the first [here] the first printed work on English criminal law, bound with his treatise on what we may call the 'private' or feudal capacities of the King

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        Les Plees del Coron, diuisees in plusors titles & comon lieux. Per queux home plus redement & plenairement trouera quelque chose quil quira, touchaunt les dits Plees [etc.]. S.T.C. 23222; Beale T489

      Imprinted . . . within temple Barre . . . By Richard Tottel, London 1574 - Sevententh century unlettered sheep, rubbed, slightly bowed, three faint circular stamps, yet a very good crisp clean copy The penultimate 16th century edition (of five) of the first treatise on English criminal law, culminating a century-long movement centered in the Inns of Court, a work which, in Dr. Baker's words, "may well have become an assize judge's vade mecum"

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        SOMMARIO DELLE VITE DE' DUCHI di Milano, così Visconti, come Sforzeschi raccolto da diversi auttori da Dottor in legge e gentil'huomo padovano, col natural ritratto di ciascun d'essi, intagliato in rame.

      Girolamo Porro Padovano,, Venezia, 1574 - in-4 gr., 2 cc. n.n., 15 c.n., 1 cc. n.n. Elegante leg. m. p., c. dec. ai piatti, tagli rossi, nervi e tit. oro al d. Con 9 tavv. in rame raff. i 9 duchi di Milano inc. da Girolamo Porro (1520-1604). Prima ediz. dell'opera dello scrittore nobiluomo e giurista padovano, forse originario di Soncino nel cremonese, patria dei celebri stampatori. Mazzucchelli II, p. 324. Belliss. esempl. Manca a Hoepli. [384]

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        Regii In Cvria Parisiensi Senatoris Tractatus Varii, Quorum Elenchum pagma sequens indicabit. Postrema hac editione felicius, aham anta, renati, accuratisimeque repurgati. Cum Indice (etc.).

      Lyon, Gulielmus Rovillius 1574.. 2°. 610 S., 18 nn. Bll. (Index), mit Holzschnittitel (C B), e. medaillonförmigen Holzschnittporträt verso Titelblatt, sow. Kopfstücken, Kopfleisten, Schlußvignetten, u. dekorativen großen u. kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Älterer Halblederband, mit e. v. alter Hand beschriftetem Rückenschild, Einbanddeckel, teilw. unter Verwendung e. alten Handschrift, fleckig, angeschmutzt, an den Kanten aufgeplatzt , Rückenleder am oberen Kapitale eingerissen, Rückenschild fehlt teilw., einige Wurmgänge in d. Innendeckeln, fliegende Vorsatzblätter fehlen. Titelblatt u. Anfangsseiten fingerfleckig, Seiten sonst in gutem Zustand, nur teilw. schwach gebräunt u. wenig fleckig. Mit e. Namenszug v. alter Hand am Titelblatt u. Seitenzahlen verso, e. Bleistiftanmerkung am vorderer Innendeckel (Titelumrahmung Claude Bezard), einigen Anstreichungen, sow. e. alten Beschriftung am unteren Buchschnitt.. Vgl. Lex. d. Buchw,2. Thieme-B. 3,574f. Zedler 44,382f. VD16 20,412,T1336 - schön gestaltete Sammlung v. juristischen Traktaten des T. (um 1480-1558), berühmter Rechtsgelehrter u. Ratsmitglied im Pariser Parlament, jedoch v.a. durch seinen Kinderreichtum - er soll 30 oder mehr Kinder gehabt haben - u. durch seine Freundschaft mit Rabelais, in dessen "Gargantua" er auch genannt ist, bekannt geblieben. Sehr seltene, v. Lyoner Buchhändler R. (auch Rouille, 1518-1589), edierte Ausgabe, mit v. Claude B. (auch Bezoard, geb. um 1530) gearbeiteter Titelumrandung u. originellen großen Initialen. Nicht bei Adams. BM French Books. (Nicht zu verwechseln mit d. im selben Jahr bei Feyerabend in Frankfur/Main im Rahmen e. Gesamtausgabe erschienenen Band "Tractatus varii" ).

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        COMMENTARIA IN QVATVOR POSTERIORES LIBROS ORDINATINVM REGNI CASTELLAE, Authore Doctore Didaco Perez de Salamanca, Iuris Pontificii ordinariè publico munere Regentis Cathedram Decreti in praeclarissima Vniuersitate Salmanticensi, deinde veró proprietatis Vesperorum Sexti

      Domingo de Portonarijs, Salamanca 1574 - Salmanticae, in aedibus Dominico a Portonarijs, S.C.M. Typographi. MDLXXIIII. Cvm privilegio regis. Expensas Vincentij a Portonarijs. Dos tomos en un volumen. Folio. Portada con escudo, 9 h., 429 p., 1 h. con escudo del Impresor. Sigue con portada y páginas propias: TOMVS TERTIVS. COMMENTARIORVM IN ORDINATIONES Regias Castellae, in quo omnium inquisitionum, 404 p., 7 h de "Tabla breve y resolvtoria de los Titulos y leyes contenidas en los quatro postreros libros de las Ordenanzas Reales, 42 p de "Index copiosissimvs rervmac." 1 h., con escudo del impresor. Encuadernación en pergamino época, rotulado el título en el lomo, con dos broches de cierre. Escrito a dos columnas. Contienen los dos tomos el texto íntegro de las Ordenanzas Reales de Castilla, por Alfonso Díaz de Montalvo y la glosa de Diego Pérez. Las Ordenanzas Reales de Castilla, más conocidas como el "Ordenamiento de Montalvo", fueron la primera recopilación que se hizo del derecho castellano. [Palau:. 222354, 222355; Gil Ayuso 236; Ruiz Hidalgo II, 526; CCBE s. XVI, O 298; CCPB713-7] [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        C. C. Sallustii Crispi quae supersunt opera. Conivratio catilinae. Bellum iugurthinum. Histoiarum libri a Ludovico Carrione collecti & restituti. Una cum annotationibus & scholiis.

      apud Petrum Santandreanum 1574 - - apud Petrum Santandreanum, [Lyon ?] 1574, fort in 8 (17x11,5cm), (16) 257pp. (1bc) (24), (57) 55pp. (1bc) (16) et 614pp., Un Vol. relié. - C. Sallustii Crispi quae supersunt opera. Conivratio catilinae. Bellum iugurthinum. Histoiarum libri a Ludovico Carrione collecti & restituti. Una cum annotationibus & scholiis. Première édition rare de ces oeuvres de Salluste en latin et en grec. Vélin flamand contemporain parfaitement réalisé. Une seconde partie comportant les commentaires de Carrione et le texte de Salluste en grec possède sa propre page de titre : In C. Sallustii crispi catilinam, et iugurtham. Aldi Manutii Paul F. Scolia. Cypriani a opma emendetiones. In Histotiarum lib. VI a ludovico carrione suma diligentia collectos. 1574. Vignette de l'imprimeur Pierre de Saint André sur la page de titre. Ces oeuvres de Salluste sont une réimpression des textes grecs détenus par Aldo Manuce à Venise. L'ouvrage est formé de deux parties distinctes, la première est une traduction latine, la seconde est composée des commentaires de Louis Carrion de Bruges et des textes de Salluste en grec. Louis Carrion fut un spécialiste de la langue grecque au XVIème siècle, il contribua à de nombreuses éditions. Les éditions de Salluste du XVIème semblent rares, seul Oxford détient un exemplaire similaire, et seule la bibliothèque nationale russe détient 3 ouvrages antérieurs à 1500. La majorité des éditions les plus anciennes que l'on trouve dans les bibliothèques sont du XVIIème. Un ex libris manuscrit : johannes Frederici Gronovii (17°), un second gravé : Bibliothèque du Dr Broca. (16) 257pp. (1bc) (24), (57) 55pp. (1bc) (16) et 614pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Consvetvdines Dvcatvs Bvrgvndiae, Fereqve Totivs Galliae Commentariis D. Bartholomaeia Chassenaeo, Vt Amplissimis, Ita Doctissimis illustrata, summaq, diligentia & labore recognita. Ex Ultima Avctores Recognitione. Acc. Index (etc.)

      Frankfurt, N. Bassaei, S. Feyrabend 1574.. 2°. Titelblatt in Holzschnitt, 7 nn. Bll., 1534 Sp., 43 nn. Bll (Indices), mit großen Kopfstücken, großen u. kleinen Initialen, Schlussvignetten u. einigen großen Textillustrationen in Holzschnitt. Biegsamer Pergamentband d. Zeit, mit Rückenbeschriftung v. aller Hand, nachgedunkelt u. fleckig, mit Wurmgängen, Knickfalten, etwas zerkratzt, Schließbänder u. fliegende Vorsatzblätter fehlen. Titel- u. Schlußblatt angeschmutzt, Anfangsblätter fingerfleckig, Seiten vereinzelt fleckig, sonst kaum vergilbt oder stockfleckig, in einigen Blättern Wurmloch in der rechten Blattkante, mit einigen unbedeutenden Blattein- bzw. Eckausrissen. Mit wenigen Textanstreichungen, e. Anmerkung in Bleistift (Titel Jost Amman?), sow. e. Besitzervermerk v. alter Hand (1744) am vorderen Spiegel u. mehreren, teilw. durchgestrichenen alten Besitzvermerken am Titelblatt.. VD16 3,591B9842. Zedler 5,1247 O'Dell 101,a15 u. 214,d15 - Schöne, mit Holzschnitten v. Jost Amman ausgestattete Ausgabe e. burgundischen Gesetzeswerkes, kommentiert v. Barthelemy Chasseneux (auch Cassanaeux, gest. 1542) ... Sein Commentarius super consuetudines ... hat ihm nicht geringe Ehre erworben, und ist bey seinen Lebzeiten fünffmahl gedruckt ... worden. ... (Zedler). Der dekorative Titelholzschnitt zeigt das Urteil des Salomon (vgl. O'Dell, Abb.S 133), in den Text eingefügt kunstvolle Darstellungen v. Stammbäumen. Nicht bei BM German Books u. Adams.

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        [Sammelband of three works, two in Latin and one in English.] I. Clavis mathematica denuo limata... Editio tertia auctior & emendatior. [Bound as issued with:] Elementi decimi Euclidis declaratio: de solidis regularibus tractatus. [And with:] Theorematum in libris Archimedis de sphaera & cylindro declaratio. [And with:] Horologiorum sciotericorum in plano: geometricè solùm, Sine calculo trigonometrico delineandorum, modus facillimus. Oxford: L. Lichfield, sold by T. Robinson, 1652. II. Opuscula mathematica. Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1677. III. The circles of proportion and the horizontal instrument &c....; translated into English and set forth for the publique benefit by W[illiam] F[orster]; and now by the authors consent, revised ... by A[rthur] H[aughton]. Oxford: W. Hall for R. Davis, 1660.1652; 1677; 1660.

      A remarkable sammelband containing the bulk of Oughtred's published works, with the exception of his <i>Mathematical recreations</i>. Oughtred (1574-1660) was one of the most important and influential mathematicians of the first half of the seventeenth century and was much admired by Newton, who described him as "a man whose judgment (if any man's) may be safely relied upon" (<i>Correspondence</i> III, 364). Oughtred "exercised a formative influence on a host of young men with a mathematical bent, alike at the university level and at the instrument maker's bench" (Taylor, <i>Practitioners</i>, p. 192). One of Oughtred's pupils, William Forster, visited him at his rectory at Albury, Surrey in 1630, and persuaded him to let him translate and publish his Latin treatises.<br/><br/> Ad I. Third and best edition of Oughtred's most important work, edited by John Wallis, with three further treatises published here for the first time (or the first time in Latin for the last). <i>Clavis mathematicae</i> (<i>The key of the mathematics now forged and filed</i> in the English edition, 1647) was first published as <i>Arithmeticae in numeris</i> in 1631 and contained all that was then known in arithmetic and algebra. Both popular and hugely influential, both in England and on the Continent, the <i>Clavis</i> was translated into English in 1647 by Robert Wood and as late as 1694 a new translation by Halley was published. It was here that Oughtred introduced the signs x for multiplication and :: for proportion, along with many other signs and abbreviations which have not been adopted, though in a number of cases his lead has been followed and similar symbols have become standard. The second part of the main work, 'De aequationum affectarum resolution in numeris,' treats the approximate numerical solution of polynomial equations by a method which goes back to Viète and of which the modern 'Newton-Raphson' method is a further development. After two geometrical tracts, here in their first editions, the work concludes with a more practical treatise on laying out sundials by geometry (this was first printed in English in 1647 with the translation of the <i>Clavis</i>).<br/><br/> Ad II. First edition. Although, according to Aubrey, Oughtred burnt "a world of papers" just before his death in 1660, he also left behind a great number of papers on mathematical subjects; and, in most of his Greek and Latin mathematical books there were found notes in his own handwriting, with an abridgment of almost every proposition and demonstration in the margin. These came into the hands of Sir Charles Scarborough (1616-94), first physician to Charles II, who prepared those which were suitable to be printed for the university press. The resulting collection, <i>Opuscula Mathematica hactenus inedita</i>, contains the following pieces: 1. Institutiones mechanics. 2. De variis corporum generibus gravitate et magnitudine comparatis. 3. Automata. 4. Questiones Diophanti Alexandrini, libri tres. 5. De triangulis planis rectangulis. 6. De divisione superficierum. 7. Musicae elementa. 8. De propugnaculorum munitionibus. 9. Sectiones angulares. <br/><br/> Ad III. Second edition of the first manual for the slide-rule - the every-day pocket calculating device of scientists and engineers for the next three centuries - invented by Oughtred about 1621. <i>Circles of proportion</i> was first published in 1632-3 and describes the principles of logarithmic scales and the use of the slide-rule in a wide range of applications including astronomical and navigational. The 'circle of proportion' of the title is a circular logarithmic scale with pointers, while the 'horizontal instrument' is a device for laying out sundials on any inclined plane. The rectilinear slide-rule is described at the end of the second part "An addition unto the use of the instrument, called the circles of proportion, for the working of nauticall questions" (this has a separate dated title page, but the pagination and register are continuous). <br/><br/> Oughtred was an early proponent of Napier's logarithms (1614), assisting Henry Briggs in the completion of Napier's tables, so it is not surprising that he should have been among those who saw the possibilities of mechanical methods of using logarithms. He was not, however, the first to publish: the circular instrument was described by Oughtred's pupil (and henceforth enemy) Richard Delamain in 1631 and the true slide rule was mentioned by Edmund Wingate, who probably invented it independently but later than Oughtred, in 1630. <br/><br/> This second edition was edited by Arthur Haughton who stresses that the changes he has made are with the author's 'advice and appointment.' There is a copy of the first edition in the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford with corrections, said to be in the author's hand, some of which were incorporated into the second edition (see STC 18899, note).. Three works in one volume, bound in contemporary yapped vellum (fore-edge of upper cover damaged with some loss, slight wear to other edges, re-cased). 8vo (159 x 104 mm). Clavis: Four parts each with separate title, pp. [xvi (first leaf blank)], 151; [2], 46; [4], 10; [2], 41 [recte 45], [3, first two blank, third with diagram to be cut out and pasted on p. 40], woodcut diagrams in text. ESTC R29067; Macclesfield 218; Wing O574; Madan 2203. Opuscula: Pp. [viii (first leaf blank)], 212 [i.e. 228], [1, errata], with double-page folding table at p. 60 and three folding engraved plates. ESTC R203065; Macclesfield 2289; Wing O586; Madan 3147. Circles: Two parts in one vol., pp. [iv], 254, with eight folding engraved plates (numbered I-V and three unnumbered). Oxford: W. Hall for R. Davis, 1660. ESTC calls for an additional final leaf with vertical half-title; this may represent a variant issue (it is present in only two of the four copies in Cambridge University Library). ESTC R203065; Wing O572; Madan 2513; Taylor 259

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        Gedächtnussen des dritten Landtkriegs der letsten Trübsalen inn Franckreych under Carolo dem Neiindten. Durch Niclausen Manuel zu Bernn auff das triiweste aus Französcher Spraach in das Teütsch gebracht und in drey Bücher abgetheylt. Das erst Buch ist seydt dem Friden des 1568. Jars bis auff den Todt des Fürsten von Conde. Das ander Buch . bis auff die Schlacht beschähen vor Montgontour. Das dritt Buch von dem so sich seydhar an mancherley orten zugetragen hat.

      Getruckt zu Bernn bey Bendicht Ulman unnd Vincentz Im Hoff, 1574. - 8vo. (III)+LXXVI+(IV) leaves. Index. Hardcover. Early 20th-century full vellum with yapp fore edges. VG. (Paper sl. browned, occas. sl. waterst. in top margin). * Rare German translation of Memoires de la troisième guerre civile, et des derniers troubles de France, composées en quatre livres, contenans les causes, occasions, ouverture & poursuite d'icelle guerre, Charles IX regnant (1570). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Deche di T. Livio Padovano dell'Istorie Romane, divise in due parti. Tradotte in Lingua Toscana da M. Nardi, Cittadino Fiorentino

      appresso Bartholomeo Rubini,, In Vinegia, 1574 - Due volumi di cm. 21, cc. (8) 829 + 1 cb. + (60) di tavola. Marchi tipografici ai frontespizi, capolettera e testate decorati. Stampato in elegante corsivo. Solida legatura d'inizio '800 in mezza pergamena, dorsi lisci con titoli in oro su doppi tasselli. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato con solo qualche lieve gora marginale. Non comune edizione che manca alle principali bibliografie consultate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Plees del Coron [and] An Exposition of the Kinges Prerogative.

      1574 - Copy of Staunford's Plees and Kinges Prerogative From the Library of an Important Nineteenth-Century New York Lawyer Staunford, Sir William [1509-1558]. Les Plees del Coron, Divisees in Plusors Titles & Comen Lieux. Per Queux Home Plus Redement & Plenairement Trovera Quelque Chose quil Quira, Touchant les Dits Plees. Dernierment Corrigee Avecques un Table Parfaicte des Choses Notables Contenues en Ycelle, Nouvelment Revue et Corrigee. [London]: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1574. [xiv], 198 ff. Table of contents interleaved. [Bound with] Staunford, Sir William. An Exposition of the Kinges Prerogative Collected Out of the Great Abridgement of Iustice Fitzherbert And Other Olde Writers of the Lawes of England. Whereunto is Annexed the Proces to the Same Prerogative Appertaining. London: Imprinted.in Fleetestreate Within Temple Barre.By Richard Tottel, 1577. [i], 85 ff. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary calf with early rebacking, lettering piece to spine, early owner initials "S S" to center of boards, corners and hinges mended, title page of Plees mounted and re-hinged. Moderate rubbing with some wear to extremities, some worming to front board, front hinge partially cracked, armorial bookplate of William Curtis Noyes and residue from another bookplate to front pastedown. Title page of Plees printed within large woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials to both works. Toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to margins, some wear to edges of preliminaries, light soiling to title pages. Brief annotations in early chancery hand to preliminaries and interleaves of Plees, underlining in a few other places. A nice copy with an appealing association. * Later editions. First published in 1557, Staunford's Plees is considered a "principal book" by Pollock and Maitland, one that enables us "to trace our modern laws of crimes, from the later middle ages onwards." Based on Bracton and the Year Books, Staunford's treatise is divided into three parts. The first treats offences, the second treats jurisdiction, appeals, indictments, and defenses. The third addresses trials and convictions. Plees was written after Staunford was appointed judge of the common pleas in 1554. Exposition of the Kinges Prerogative was first p [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        DIVI IOANNIS CHRYSOSTOMI ARCHIEPISCOPI. Constantinopolitani opera, quatenus in hunc diem Latio donata noscuntur, omnia, ( ) in quinque tomos digesta. His accesserunt eiusem Chrysostomi Homilia in Psalmos Davidicos ( ). Gentiano Herueto Aurelio interprete.

      - (Tomo I) Apud haeredes Melchioris Sessae. Venetiis. 1574. 144h.+451h.+1h. Texto en latin a dos columnas. 22 x 17 cm. Enc. pergamino con nervios de época. RELIGIÓN-LATIN. RELIGIÓN-LATIN

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        La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo alessandrino già tradotta di greco in italiano da M. Gero. Ruscelli & hora in questa nuova editione da M. Gio. Malombra ricorretta.

      appresso Giordano Ziletti, in Venetia 1574 - Legatura in piena pergamena antica con titolo su tassello dipinto al ds. (abili restauri al ds.). Un piccolo percorso di tarlo, ben lontano dal testo, all angolo inferiore di circa cinquanta carte. Alcune carte leggermente ingiallite ma, nel complesso, ottimo esemplare. Philipps, I, 380; Adams, P2236. Third edition of Ruscelli s translation from Venice, 1561. The maps are printed from the same plates, with the exception of Ptolemy s map of the world, for which Malombra had returned to the original conical projection of Ptolemy. Moreover, one map is added: the map of Territorio di Roma . In general the maps are enlarged copies of Gastaldi s maps from the edition of 1548 which came out in 8vo. The Ruscelli translation contains an important innovation, namely the division of the world map into two parts, one for the Old World and one for the New, as seen on the plate Tavola Universal depicting the 2 hemispheres. The atlas contains 27 ptolemaic maps and 38 new. 1 World, 1 Hemisphere, 10 Europe, 4 Africa, 12 Asia and 38 others. 10 of the maps relate to America. 4to (cm. 21,4), 40 cc.nn. (ultima carta bianca), 350 pp., 65 carte geografiche su doppia pagina, 2 cc.nn. bianche, 26 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca) con proprio frontis. (Espositioni et introduttioni universali di Girolamo Ruscelli sopra tutta la geografia di Tolomeo, ibidem 1573), 65 pp. con proprio frontis. (Discorso di M. Gioseppe Moleto. nel quale con una facile & brieve, si dichiarano & insegnano tutti i termini, & tutte le regole appartenenti alla Geografia. ibidem, 1573), 1 cc.nn. bianca. Alcune ill.ni n.t.

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        La Civil Conversatione del Signor Stefano Guazzo Gentilhuomo di Casale di Monferrato; Divisa in quattro libri

      Vinegia: Apresso Enea de Alaris, 1574. One of two editions printed in the same year, priority unknown. 8vo. Printer's device on title-page. [32], 593 [i.e., 560] pp. (numerous mispaginations; last page misnumbered "593"). *8*8A-Mm8. Contemporary vellum with ms title on spine, covers and spine slightly soiled, small tear in lower joint and head a bit rubbed, minor worming mostly confined to endsheets front and rear; small repair to title leaf, text unafffected; occasional slight spotting to text, but mostly quite clean, very good, solid copy overall. OCLC: 54249802; Brunet II, col. 1781 (Brescia ed.); not in Adams . Guazzo's text, as translated by George Pettie (THE CIVILE CONVERSATION, 1581) had a considerable impact on Tudor and Jacobean England's concepts of the conduct and etiquette proper to a gentleman; its influence can be seen throughout the literature and drama of the day. Guazzo's book first appeared in 1574. There were two editions printed in that year (priority seemingly unknown): one in 4to, printed in Brescia by Vincenzo Sabbio for T. Bozzola, which "is probably the first" (OCLC); and the Venetia edition, printed by Enea de Alaris. Both editions are uncommon, but the Venetian edition, is by far the rarer - OCLC locates only two copies (Yale and Huntington) of it in America

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        De institutione reipublicae: Compendiosa Epitome Commentariorum Francisci Patritii Senensis Episcopi, in Duas Partes Secta : Quarum Prior, Nouem Librorum De Reipublicae Institutione Atque Administratione Summam Complectitur

      Hieronymum de Marnef Gulielmum Cauellat (Cavellat) 1574 - Paris: Jerome de Marnef & Guillaume Cavellat, 1574. Bound in dark 19th-century sheepskin. Solid binding. Printer's device on title-page. Signatures: A-Z? a-c? 382, [28] p. ; 12 cm. (16mo)Title soiled; internally very good, a few leaves have marginal damp staining, generally clean and bright.Francesco Patrizi of Siena (Franciscus Patricius Senensis) (1413?1494) was noted Italian political writer, humanist and priest. In De Institutione reipublicae, Patrizi discusses how public speaking may influence the civil discussion and the ability to manipulate people through eloquence and rhetoric to the ends of the state (rather than simply by force along). Patrizi served as governor of Foligno in the Papal States and bishop of Gaeta. His political writings on had influence on the ideas of civic Humanism and is considered a predecessor of Machiavelli. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Euclidis Elementorvm libri XV. Accessit XVI. de solidorum regularium comparatione. [and] Evclidis Posteriores Libri sex a X. ad XV. Accessit XVI

      Apud Vicentium Accoltum, Rome 1574 - 8vo., (17 x 12.5 cm), [40], 331, [1] (blank), [1] (title) 298 lvs., vellum, handwritten title to spine. First editions. Two volumes bound together. Numerous geometrical diagrams in text. Colophon of Vol. 2 missing. The first edition of The Elements of Euclid by Clavius with his comprehensive annotations. Clavius (1537-1612) a German Jesuit staid in Rome where he tought Mathematics at the Collegio Romano. "The Elements" is his main work. "The Elements, which is not a translation, contains a vast quantity of notes collected from previous commentators and editors, as well as some good criticism and elucidations of his own. Among other things, Clavius made a new attempt of proving the Postulate of Parallels." (DSB Vol. 3.) Based on this edition Matteo Ricci (1552-1610), also called Li Madou, and Xu Guangqi (1562-1633) translated the first six books of Euclid' Elements from Latin into Chinese and published it in 1607 in Beijing under the title "Jihe yuanben". "Euclid' Elements, in the Latin version prepared in 1574 by Christophorus Clavius [.] was the first substantial part of a European text to be translated into Chinese." (See: Engelfriet, Peter: Euclid in China, Leiden 1998; also on Clavius' edition: Heath, Thomas: Euclid's Elements, 1908) STC (Italian) p. 238. A fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        C. Iul. Caesaris commentariorum de Bello Gallico lib. VII & Civili lib III. Nunc primum variis in margine lectionibus illustrati, tum verò doctissimis annotationibus, & aliquot Ursini emendationibus locupletati. Eiusdem librorum qui desiderantur fragmenta (.).

      - Lugduni, apud Gulielmum Rovillium, sub Scuto Veneto, 1574, in-8, legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con titolo e ricchi fregi in oro e a secco al dorso, pp. [24], 575. Con marca tipografica al frontespizio, 5 xilografie n.t. e 2 carte geografiche ripiegate (sempre in xilografia). Angoli esterni di quattro carte restaurati in carta antica con poche parole di testo reintegrate in penna (nell'ottocento). Alcune antiche note manoscritte ai margini. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Dem Durchleuchtigisten / Hochgebornen Catholischen Fürsten un Herrn H. Albrechten Pfalzgrauen bey Rhein...

      1574. Kolorierter Holzschnitt, 20 x 31 cm. Zeigt Albrecht V, Herzog von Bayern (1528 - 1579) kniend neben einer Ansicht von München. Seltener Einblattdruck mit schönem Originalkolorit. Ähnliche Ansicht wurde mit Text verso in 'Bewerter Historien der Lieben Heiligen Gottes' herausgegeben (Vrgl. Proebst, 1485). Gestochen von Balthasar Jenichen, einem Kupferstecher und Kupferdrucker zu Nürnberg um 1560-1590. Jenichen würde als Stecher der Portraits gekannt. Kaum gebräunt und fleckig. Mit dünnem Rändchen, kleine kaum sichtbare Wurmlöcher unten, winzige Risse im Rand, verso leichte montagespuren und Sammlerstempel. Leichte Faltspur in der Mitte, insgesamt gut erhalten und sehr dekorativ. - ADB 13 (1881), S. 766 Rare separately printed originally coloured wood-cut showing Albrecht V of Bavaria, kneeling infront of the view of Munich. Engraved by Balthasar Jenichen, mostly known as an engraver of the portraits, active in Nuremberg between 1560-1590. Simar print with text verso was published in 'Bewerter Historien der Lieben Heiligen Gottes' (Proebst, 1485). Slightly age-toned and stained, tiny tears in margins, hardly noticeable worm holes in the lower part, otherwise in a good condition.

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        Breviarium Romanum, Ex decreto sacrosancti Concilij Tridentini restitutum. Pii V Pont Max. iusus editum. Pars Hyemalis. - Angebunden: Officia Fratrum Eremitarum Sancti Augustini. Secundu Regulas Breviarii Romani.,

      Paris, Jacobus Kerver, 1574 - 39 Bl., 354 Bl., 3 Bl.; 63 Blatt + 1 Bl. Druckermarke / 44 Blatt (Officia) + 15 nn. Bl. Summarium + 39(+1) Bl. (Proprium Festorum). Text durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. *Frühe Ausgabe, hier in einem Pariser Druck. Die Erstausgabe des Breviarium Romanum gemäß Beschluss des Konzils von Trient erfolgte 1568 in Rom unter Papst Pius V. Es enthält die Texte für die Feier des Stundengebets der römisch-katholischen Kirche. Vorhanden ist "Pars Hyemalis" (Der Teil für den Frühling) nebst Anhängen. - Titelblätter mit hübscher Druckermarke (Einhorn), Text durchgehend in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Zweispaltiger Druck mit teils verzierten Initialen. - Titel mit altem Besitzeintrag. Wenige Seiten mit zeitgenöss. Unterstreichungen in blasser Tinte. Blatt 120 mit kleinem Eckausriss mit geringem Textverlust (alt hinterlegt). Gelegentlich mit leichter Randbräunung - Insgesamt ordentlich erhalten. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 800 12°. (12,5 x 9 cm). Pergament der Zeit auf Holzdeckel (altersfleckig, etwas berieben, Schließen fehlen). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De Vita, Moribus, Et Rebus Gestis Omnium Ducum Venetorum&#133;

      [Frankfurt am Main: Paul Reffeler, at the expense of Sigismund Feyerabend], 1574., 1574. 8vo. ff. [8 - the last blank], 218[i.e. 219], [1]. woodcut ornaments & initial. woodcut device on title. 83 half-page woodcut portraits of Venetian doges with their coats-of-arms & 20 half-page woodcuts of their tombs (including some repeats), all by Jost Amman. contemporary vellum (ties wanting, covers little stained, strip torn from lower blank margin of title, light dampstains to several leaves). First Illustrated Edition in Latin. As with the folio German translation published the same year, the text is illustrated by a series of three-quarter length woodcut portraits of the Doges and their coats of arms, and views of some of their tombs, all executed by the noted German illustrator Jost Amman. The first part of the work, beginning with a biography of Paolo Luccio Anafesto, appointed Doge in 697, and ending with that of Agostino Barbarigo, elected in 1486, was written by the Venetian nobleman, Pietro Marcello, and first published in 1502 in Venice. The second part, by Silvestro Girello, covers the years from 1501 to 1544 (Leonardo Loredan to Pietro Lando), and was first added in the edition of 1554. Heinrich Kellner, who was the editor and translator of the German edition, wrote the third part, which ends with the 84th Doge, Alvise Mocenigo, elected in 1570. Appended are verses on various events in the history of the Venetian Republic by Venetian poet, Bernardo Giorgio, followed by a chronological list of the Doges. Adams M532. BM STC German p. 593. Andresen 274n (citing incorrect date, 1573). Becker 18b. Fairfax-Murray II 284. Brunet, Suppt., I 939-40. Graesse IV 381.. 1st Edition.

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        Asiae Nova Descriptio.

      Antwerp : 1574 - The Middle East to Nova Guinea, with part of the coast line of Australia ('Terrae Incognitae') at the extreme lower right. Based on Ortelius' own 1567 wall map of Asia, from the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Van den Broecke Ort #6 "Occurrence in Theatrum editions and page number: 1574L3 (175 copies printed) (large page number, 11 mm, last line, centered like 2 lines above it: nem in maiori Tabula ante tres annos edidimus". It has the capital "F" in La Farfana, and the town "Ara" is still present above Aden. A total of only 1,675 of this edition were printed, compared to the more common Ort 7 edition. Image size:19 3/4 x 14 3/4". With an ornate cartouche and sailing ships. Latin text on verso. Paper size: 21 x 16 1/2". Copper engraving with original hand color. A very small burn hole at the ocean south of Japan; a defect in the plate at the lower edge to the right of the cartouche creating a short black line.

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        Descriptio Germaniae Inferioris (The Lowlands)

      Antwerp 1574 - Engraving with orginal hand-color. From Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Latin text on verso. Sheet size: 17 x 21". Inventory#: p1344pmat.

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        Allegoriae simul et tropologiae in locos utriusque testamenti selectiores.tropis.

      Sebast. Nivellium Sub Ciconiis, Parisiis 1574 - [Teologia] (cm.17,3) piena pergamena originale, dorso calligrafato. -- cc. 8 nn., cc. 619, cc. 26 nn. + 2 carte bianche. Grande marca tipografica al frontis, moltissimi capilettera figurati e ornati, grandi e piccoli, anche a fondo nero. Bella ed elegante edizione identica alla precedente del 1551. Fra i molti autori ricordiamo: Balduinus, Bernardus, Bruno, Cassianus, Gregorius, Gilibertus, Petrus Ravennas ecc. Ottimi vecchi restauri ai margini della legatura e al margine bianco di circa 30 carte in fine. Alcuni aloni all' inizio e in fine. Peraltro esemplare nitido e fresco. * Rosenthal "Teology" Cat. 202 N° 2701; * Adams T 714. Manca al Bm. Stc. French.[f73] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Civil Conversatione del Signor Stefano Guazzo Gentilhuomo di Casale di Monferrato; Divisa in quattro libri

      Vinegia: Apresso Enea de Alaris, 1574 - Guazzo's text, as translated by George Pettie (THE CIVILE CONVERSATION, 1581) had a considerable impact on Tudor and Jacobean England's concepts of the conduct and etiquette proper to a gentleman; its influence can be seen throughout the literature and drama of the day. Guazzo's book first appeared in 1574. There were two editions printed in that year (priority seemingly unknown): one in 4to, printed in Brescia by Vincenzo Sabbio for T. Bozzola, which "is probably the first" (OCLC); and the Venetia edition, printed by Enea de Alaris. Both editions are uncommon, but the Venetian edition, is by far the rarer - OCLC locates only two copies (Yale and Huntington) of it in America One of two editions printed in the same year, priority unknown. 8vo. Printer's device on title-page. [32], 593 [i.e., 560] pp. (numerous mispaginations; last page misnumbered "593"). *8*8A-Mm8. Contemporary vellum with ms title on spine, covers and spine slightly soiled, small tear in lower joint and head a bit rubbed, minor worming mostly confined to endsheets front and rear; small repair to title leaf, text unafffected; occasional slight spotting to text, but mostly quite clean, very good, solid copy overall. OCLC: 54249802; Brunet II, col. 1781 (Brescia ed.); not in Adams

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        Orlando Furioso Di M. Ludovico Ariosto Tutto Ricorretto, & Di Nuoue Figure Adornato

      Pietro Dehuchino, Venice / Venetia 1574 - This tiny 16th century Ventian edition by Pietro Dehuchino (measuring an external 4.125 x 2.25 inches, 2.125 inches thick) has a very pleasant feel. The perfect pocket edition for the itinerant Renaissance scholar. Verso of leaf 212 has overprinting (courtesy of the censor or a typo?). [1]+212 LEAVES, pp433-1031+[1], [1]+ LEAVES 506-562 [= TOTAL 1136 PAGES]. Period full vellum withhand-lettered spine, edges stained red (pp 181-198 have substantial loss at margins, penetrating .75 inches from edge with loss of text that varies from a few letters to substantial - 2 of the woodcut illustrations are affected, that at p. 185 slightly at margin, that at p. 196 substantially with loss of a third; top of spine chipped; lacking original rawhide ties; some staining and wear to binding and text). PROVENANCE: Ownership signature of Fray Bernardo Le Agui on endpaper; engraved armorial bookplate of Field Marshal Sir William Maynard Gomm GCB (1784 - 1875), who served with with Cathcart at Copenhagen, and on John Moore's staff at the Battle of Corunna. He rose to true prominence as a result of his distinguished service with Wellington (who considered him one of his most trusted officers) on the Peninsula and at Waterloo, was later Commander-in-Chief of India (1850-1855), succeeding Charles Napier, 1872 appointed constable of the Tower of London, later his Letters and Journals were published by F. C. Carr-Gomm in 1881; title verso has three early ink inscriptions in Spanish and Latin, including that of Fray Antonio Vanales (sp.?); rear blank features a tiny cribbed inscription dated 1623. Several pages have stanzas marked out in ink; and a number of the plates have neat (apparently 16th-century) captions hand-lettered in k. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In Greek ] APOLLONII RHODII ARGONAUTICWN LIBRI IIII. SCHOLIA VETUSTA IN EOSDEM LIBROS. (COMM. H. ESTIENNE).

      [Geneva] Henri Estienne 1574 - Estienne's important and beautifully printed edition of the Argonautica, Greek text in middle size of the "Grecs du Roy," surrounded by the scholia in the smallest size; Estienne device [Schreiber 10] on title; foliated Greek initials, ornamental headpieces 4to, 17th-century English calf, skillfully rebacked; front endpapers consist of an unfolded sheet of a16th-17th-century 8vo edition of an English grammar of Latin; rear endpapers from an unfolded sheet of a 16th-17th-century edition of Cicero's Letters; the Evelyn copy; 17th-century ownership signature on title of Francis Bridge, Trinity College; another early signature ("H. Molle"). [4] leaves, 248 (misnumbered 240). Estienne's important and beautifully printed edition of the Argonautica, Apollonius's epic about Jason and the Argonauts on their journey to find the Golden Fleece, including Jason's love for and eventual betrayal of Medea.It was composed in the third century B.C. This edition includes the Greek scholia surrounding the text, as well as eight pages of textual notes by Estienne; in his dedicatory preface, to the Dutch humanist Gerard Falckenburg, Estienne has included additional textual emendations.

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        Christliche Erinnerung von der Bekentnis der Theologen in Meissen vom Abendmal. Jetzt newlich außgangen.

      Königsberg, Johann Daubmanns Erben, 1574.. (1), 18, (1) Bll. Pappband. 4to.. Erste Ausgabe. - Einflußreiche Schrift des lutherischen Theologen J. Wigand (1523-1587), Bischof des ostpreußischen "Pomesanien und Samland", der hiermit seine polemische und eng an Luthers Schriften angelehnte Stellungnahme zum Abendmahlstreit niederlegt (vgl. ADB XLII, 452 und Wetzer/W. XII, 1568). Das Werk wurde in den Jahren 1574 bis 1575 fünfmal gedruckt. - Wenige alte Unterstreichungen und Annotationen; kaum fleckig oder gebräunt. - VD 16, W 2731. BM-STC German 914. Jöcher IV, 1955.

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        L'Antiquité de Bourdeaus, et de Bourg, présentée au Roi Charle neuvième, le treziesme jour du mois d'Avril, l'an mille cinq cens soixante et cinq, a Bourdeaus, et lhors premièrement publiée, mais depuis reveüe, et augmentée, et a cette autre impression enrichie de plusieurs figures, par son auteur.

      A Bourdeaus, Par Simon Millanges, rüe Saint Iamme, près de la maison de la ville, 1574. Petit in - 4 (17 x 23 cm), relié plein vélin souple d'époque avec rabats et onglets, 35 feuillets non chiffrés formant 120 paragraphes numérotés incluant titre gravé aux armes de la Ville de Bordeaux, "discours de l'Antiquité de la Ville de Bordeaux, par Elie Vinet, Saintongeois" agrémenté d'un bandeau et d'une lettrine ainsi que de 4 figures gravées ; le discours de l'Antiquité de Bourg - sur - Mer, avec bandeau et lettrine, et la table finale. Si le texte est bien complet, en revanche IL MANQUE à CE VOLUME : son feuillet de faux - titre et ses 4 planches gravées hors texte (le plan liminaire de la Ville, le Palais Tutèle, l'Amphithéâtre et un marbre antique du château Trompette). Impression sur papier vergé. (Quelques petites taches, éraflures ou crispations sur les plats ; intérieur de la reliure fragilisé ; rousseurs et mouillures éparses ; petit manque de papier n'atteignant pas le texte en marge d'un feuillet et au coin inférieur d'un autre ; quelques feuillets cornés ; des repères discrets au crayon rouge ; annotation à l'encre peu lisible dans une marge). RARE OUVRAGE QUI MERITERAIT UNE RESTAURATION, IMPRIME PAR L'UN DES MAITRES DE L'ART TYPOGRAPHIQUE DU XVIe SIECLE. 2e édition publiée du vivant de l'auteur ; l'originale, imprimée à Poitiers, datant de 1565. EXEMPLAIRE DE TRES BELLE PROVENANCE, comme l'attestent : 1° une indication manuscrite figurant sur le rabat supérieur du 1er contreplat : "m.p.v. laboubée", qui fait vraisemblablement référence à Marie - Vital - Auguste LA BOUBEE(1757 - 1812), avocat, littérateur, journaliste et magistrat bordelais, et semble - t - il premier possesseur de l'ouvrage ; 2° la note manuscrite suivante, apposée au milieu du 1er contreplat : "ce livre tiré de la Bibliothèque de Ph. FERRERE, avocat à Bx, a été donné par son frère à Pierre, vicomte PELLEPORT, Lieutenant général et Pair de France, ancien commandant de la 11e division militaire à Bordeaux, 1839" ; 3° un ex - libris gravé par AGRY, contre - collé au bas du 1er contreplat, représentant une tête de sanglier de profil au sein d'un encadrement de festons et de guirlandes, ainsi rédigé : "Bibliothèque du vicomte de PELLEPORT - BURETE, baron de l'Empire" ; 4° enfin, une mention latine rédigée à l'encre sur le second contreplat et entièrement biffée, faisant allusion à Pelleport et portant la date de 1840.

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        Historiarum et annalium libri qui exstant ... Liber de moribus Germanorum

      The PMM Plantin Edition of TacitusTACITUS, Publius Cornelius. LIPSIUS, Justus, [editor]. Historiarum et annalium libri qui exstant ... Liber de moribus Germanorum. Iulii Agricolae vita. Incerti Scriptoris dialogus de oratoribus sui temporis. Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1574.Lipsius' first edition of the works of Tacitus. Small octavo (6 11/16 x 4 1/16 inches; 170 x 105 mm). 762, [4, privilege and colophon] pp. with woodcut printer's device on title and figurated woodcut initials in text.Full eighteenth-century marbled sheep with gilt borders on the covers, spine gilt tooled and ruled in compartments, burgundy morocco gilt spine label, gilt board edges, marbled endpapers. Minor foxing. Contemporary owner's faded ink signature on title page, old underlining at places. A very attractive copy of this classic.This seminal edition was reprinted nineteen times and forms the basis for modern editions of Tacitus' text. Tacitus (c. 55-c. 120) is regarded both as the finest prose writer of the Silver Age of Roman literature and the era's most important historian. His principle work, the Annals and Histories, cover the period from the accession of Tiberius (AD 14) to the death of Domitian (AD 97). Tacitus held positions of high political power, eventually rising to become both Senator and Consul. His political position gave him access to all sources of information. "A natural pessimism had been confirmed by the reign of terror in the last years of Domitian reign, but looking back on the history of the century there was little to combat his theory that it was a period of gradual degeneracy to which the reign of Trajan had put a welcome period. Tacitus' standpoint is fundamentally ethical-he sees the woes which he describes as a warning to future generations, yet his sentimental longing for the heroic age of liberty is tempered by the realization that the strong central Imperial government is a beneficial necessity" (PMM). Tacitus was relatively unknown in the Middle Ages though his works were first printed in Venice in 1473. Justus Lipsius, the Dutch scholar, was said to have known all of Tacitus by heart. This is his great edition of Tacitus and it is one of the monuments of sixteenth century scholarship and was the basis for all later editions of the text.Printing and the Mind of Man 93. Voet 2276.HBS 65388.$7,500

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        Moraviæ Quae Olim Comannorum Sedes Corographia.

      1574 - Antwerp: Christoph Plantin, 1574, Latin edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 355 x 470mm. Antique map of Moravia, based on the 1569 map by Paul Fabritius(1519-88). This example has the pagination of the 1574 edition of the Theatrum erased and the number of the 1579 edition added in old ink mss: the publishers were obviously using up the unused sheets of the earlier edition. VAN DEN BROECKE: 104.

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        Kraspoekol, of de droevige gevolgen van eene te verregaande strengheid, jegens de slaaven.Rotterdam, Reinier Arrenberg, 1780. 8vo. Contemporary marbled wrappers.

      KVK (1 copy, Cornell University); cf. Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 1574 (1 copy of Batavia ed.); PiCarta (3 copies of Batavia ed.); STCN (2 of the same copies of Batavia ed.); KVK (1 additional copy of Batavia ed.); Smith Diehl pp. 26-28, 145-148 (Batavia ed.). Second edition of Willem van Hogendorps very rare moral novel Kraspoekol, narrating the "sad consequences of being overly severe with one's slaves'' (Landwehr & V.d. Krogt) and the importance of treating them properly. The publication "originated in discussion among men then organizing the first secular society [the Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen] in the Orient'' (Smith Diehl). We have located only one other copy of this edition worldwide (at Cornell University). STCN and PiCarta record only 3 copies of the 1780 Batavia edition, which was printed by the state printer Lodewyk Dominicus.Willem van Hogendorp (1753-1784) was a lawyer, statesman, official of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and one of the founders of the Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. Some marginal foxing and water stains. A good copy of a very rare slavery item.

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        Redenvoering over den hondert en vijftigsten verjaardag, of het jubeljaar der Hollandsche Akademie te Leiden.Leiden, Pieter van der Aa, 1725. 4to. With engraved printer's device, full-page engraved portrait, 2 large folding engraved plates of (1) the inauguration of the University in 1575 (20 x 45 cm), and (2) the siege and relief of Leiden in 1574 by Romeyn de Hooghe (41.2 x 48.2 cm), a full-page portrait of William of Orange, 3 smaller portraits (ca. 12 x 9 cm), and 4 engravings of the University at Leiden. Contemporary lavishly gilt decorated vellum with decorative and floral gilt borders, corner pieces and centre piece on both sides, gilt spine.

      Hoftijzer, Pieter van de Aa, p. 56-7; Muller, Ned. Historieplaten, nrs. 672b and 698; Hollstein IX, Romeyn de Hooghe, 63; NNBW III, cols. 380-2. First and only edition of this famous oration on the 150th anniversary of the University at Leiden by professor of theology Franciscus Fabricius. The magnificent plate of the siege and relief of Leiden in 1574 is etched by the famous artist Romeyn de Hooghe (1645-1708). Furthermore it contains 4 engravings of the University at Leiden: the Academy at the Rapenburg , Theatrus anatomicum, the library, and the Hortus botanicus. The present speech became Fabricius's most celebrated work. Small tear in the plate with the siege and relief of Leiden. Good copy of the famous oration on the 150th anniversary of the University at Leiden with beautiful illustrations.

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