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        Primera, segunda y tercera parte de la Araucana de don

      Perpiñán, Sanson Arbus 1596 - 12º (13,9 x 7,3 cm) 17 h. inc. port., 323 fols., y 2 h. Pergamino de época. Tercera edición completa, con las tres partes. En treinta y siete cantos, en octavas reales, se narra la conquista española de las tierras araucanas dentro del territorio que hoy ocupa Chile. La empresa abarcó los gobiernos de Pedro de Valdivia y García Hurtado de Mendoza, a quien el propio Alonso de Ercilla acompañó hasta territorio chileno, en 1557. El autor tuvo presente la norma reconocida por los cronistas de las historias verdaderas de Indias, que exigía adtestatio rei visae, la verdad de lo visto y lo vivido. En 1569, en el taller madrileño de Pierres Cossin, fue impresa por primera vez la primera parte de La Araucana. La distancia espacial y temporal con respecto a los hechos en ella narrados, le había permitido a Alonso de Ercilla reelaborar el material acopiado en el escenario americano hasta dotarlo de la forma poética y el propósito último pretendidos. El éxito de la publicación no se vio defraudado por el que obtuvieron la segunda parte, en 1578, reimpresa ese mismo año, y la tercera, ya en 1589. En 1590, en Madrid, por Pedro Madrigal, se publican la tres partes juntas. Del inmediato éxito editorial dan cuenta las cifras: se contabilizan dieciocho ediciones de La Araucana hasta 1632. Perfecto ejemplar, en su estado original. Palau, 80420; Salvá, 581 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        DECISIONES SIVE DIFFINITIONES CAUSARUM PROVINCIAE MARCHIAE

      FLORENTIAE: APUD GEORGIUM MARESCOTUM, 1596. In 8. Dim. 22x16 cm. Pp. 28 (n.n.)+255+1 (n.n.). Interessante e rara opera completa in un volume di diritto scritta da Sebastiano Medici (m. 1595). Medici riporta le decisioni della rota romana nelle provincie delle Marche nel periodo quasi contemporaneo al libro (1589-1590). L'autore analizza ogni decisione riportando il nome del giudice e dell'imputato ed esponendo la causa. Tra le cause prese in considerazione: eredità, libero arbitrio, buona fede, diritto familiare, cause in tribunale, contratti, crediti, donazioni, scomunica, fideicommissi, possessione, processi, simulazione nelle prove, sentenze, statuti, testamenti ecc... Bello stemma del dedicatario Alessandro sul verso del frontespizio. Bellissime lettere iniziali decorate. Esemplate collazionato. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva. Non comune, alto valore. Copertina in piena pergamena coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso in buone condizioni generali con lievi usure ai margini e dorso. Legatura quasi assente. All'interno le pagine si presentano in mediocri condizioni con fioriture. Gora d'umidità che attraverso tutto il volume causando ondulamento delle pagine e piccole perdite di testo alle prime 10 pp. Usure al margine destro delle pagine da 195 sino alla fine senza perdita di testo. Interesting and scarce complete work in one volume of right written by Sebastiano Medici (m. 1595). Medici writes down the decision of roman rota in the provinces of Marche in the period almost contemporary to the book (1589-1590). The author analyzes each decision with the name of the judge and of the accused person exponing the trial. Among the causes taken into consideration: heredity, good faith, family right, trials, contracts, credits, donations, scomunicattion, possession, processi, simulation of proofs, sentences, statutes, testaments etc... Beautiful mark of the dedicatary Alessandro on the back part of the title page. Very beautiful decorated initial letters. Collationed copy. Full parchment coeval cover. Not common work, high value. Full parchment coeval cover with manuscripted title in the spine in good general conditions slightly worn in the edges and spine. Binding is almost missing. Inside pages are in poor conditions with foxings. Humidity stain in the whole volume causing undulation of pages and little loss of text in the first 10 pp. Wearings in the right edge of pages from 195 until the end with no loss of text.

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        La Ville de Cambray.

      Cologne: 1596 - A handsome panoramic prospect of the northeast French city of Cambrai, from "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", in the original color. With strongly graphic element of the moat and wall surrounding the city, coming to arrow headed points, and with 'La Citadelle' at the east, within its own graphicly exciting arrow headed enclosure. White country lanes cross green meadows towards the city. Central cartouche with architectural elements, two coats of arms, and a legend of important buildings at the lower left. Reference: Fauser, A. 2262. Image size 17 1/2 x 13 1/4". In very good condition. Published by George Braun (1541-1622) and Frans Hogenberg (1535-1590).

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        Dialoghi Del Sig. Speron Speroni, Nobile Padovano Di Nuovo Ricorretti; A' Quali Sono Aggiunti Molti Altri Non Piu Stampati e Di Piu L'Apologia Dei Primi. Con Licentia de' Superiori & Privilegi

      Venezia (Venice): Appresso Roberto Meietti, 1596. Vellum. Fine. Book. [7] + 598 pp., with several errors in pagination (including 433-454 omitted, and 563-592 repeated, in numbering). This is the work of well-known Padovan Humanist from the Renaissance. He reflects on love, women, pregnancy, family care, discord, language, rhetoric, history, fortune, Virgil, etc. Perhaps Speroni is remembered most for his championing the use of vernacular language in scholarship, and thus this important work and edition is rendered in Italian. Interior has some occasional soilage, but remarkably clean nonetheless, and binding is tight. last dedication page has small tear cutout in lower corner, not coming close to affecting text. Vellum is probably eighteenth century. It has soilage but remains quite healthy and attractive nonetheless. Spine has seven raised bands and green black label in one panel with "Speroni Dialoghi" still bright. Shelfwear is relatively light for vintage of binding. One two inch long by 1/2 inch at most area where vellum rubbed raw on back board. Was in collection of Harvard College Library. Only evidence of ex-lib is neat Harvard bookplate, two small/discreet stamps on blank back of title page (one showing 1921 date, other of deaccession, both stamps 1 inch or less in widest span) and a tiny imprint on first dedication page.

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        Libro intitolato il perché, tradotto di latino in italiano, Dell'eccellente medico, & astrologo, M. Gieronimo de' Manfredi

      Venezia: Zanetti, 1596. Rilegatura moderna con copertine originali conservate (rebound with original wrappers preserved inside). Molto buono (Very Good). 16mo. Et dall'istesso in molti luochi dilucidato, & illustrato. Con mostrar le cagioni d'infinite cose, appartenenti alla sanità: con la dichiaratione delle virtù d'alcune herbe. Di nuovo ristampata, & ripurgata da quelle cose, che havessero potuto offendere il simplice animo del Lettore. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio. Alcuni fregi e capilettera ornati Dalla prefazione dello stampatore: "Et essendo opera composta da un Gentile, privo del lume della vera fede, l'hò data à ripurgare à persone dottissime, & cattolichissime, lequali hanno restituita veramente (per dir così) la sanità. La onde per lo adietro potrà esser fidelmente letto da tutti, senza alcuna sorte di scropolo. Leggetelo dunque, & prevaletevene nelle vostre occorrenze, aspettando da noi cose maggiori, se dal sommo Iddio ne saran prestate forze di poterlo fare. State sani". Frontespizio con qualche piccolissima mancanza, un alone all'angolo superiore e firma d'appartenenza. Interno ottimo (Little paper loss to title-page. Otherwise fine)

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        De Piscinis et piscium, qui in illis aluntur, naturis, libri quinque... Cum auctario J. Camerarii.

      Noribergae, Paulus Kauffmann, 1596. Small-8vo (156 x 95mm). pp. 168, with woodcut title vignette. Contemporary vellum. Early work on fishing and the cultivation of fish in ponds. "Das älteste gedruckte Teichwirtschaftsbuch, geschrieben von Johannes Gottes Gnaden Bischof von Olmütz an Franciscus Thurzo aus derselben Gnade Bischof von Neutra. Dieses Buch wurde erstmals in Breslau im Jahre 1547 und 1552 in lateinischer Sprache herausgegeben es erliebte vier Auflagen und wurde in die englische, polnische und deutsche Sprache übersetzt. Das noch heute verwertbare Buch wurde zu seiner Zeit viel gelesen..."(Huber 100). Dubravius may be the first writer to use the word Trutta (trout).//Mulder Bosgoed, 'Bibliotheca ichthyologica et piscatoria', 69 (quoting the edition of 1559); Westwood p. 81.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        Hidalba tragedia del sig. Maffio Veniero.

      In Venetia: appresso Andrea Muschio, 1596. - In-4 piccol. (4) 136. Printer's mark on titlepage: hippogryph over a closed book that is over the world. Engraved frame. Motto: Sic mihi atque aliis. Illustrated headpage and headletters. Full vellum. Perfect condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana]
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        Cambray

      Köln 1596. Karte zeigt die Stadt Camrai in Flandern aus der Vogelschau, Aus 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum', altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 33 x 44. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG]
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        R. P. F. Philippi Diez Lusitani, Ord. Min. Reg. Obseruantiae prouinciae Sancti Iacobi. Summa praedicantium : ex omnibus locis communibus locupletiss. Tomus primus [volume 1]

      [Lundini] : apud Petrum Landry, 1596, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionBinding copy in the original aniline calf over boards. Lacks spine, with binding intact. Blind-tooled motifs and borders to panels. Remains of cord ties to panel margins. Panel edges rubbed and worn, with considerable surface wear to panels. Shadow staining evident throughout - text unaffected. Previous owner's inscription to title page. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 514 pages; Physical description: 1v. : [14], 514p. 23cm. Subjects: Preaching - Handbooks, manuals, etc - Early works to 1800. Sermons - Early works to 1800. Title pages in red and black with publisher's device. Historiated initials. Language: Latin.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Meditations Chrestiennes sur plusieurs Pseaumes. WITH: Meditation svr le Psalme cent-un. Au Roy. WITH: Meditation sur le Psalme LI.

      Paris, Guillaume Avvray, and Nicolas de Lovvain 1596. 3 works in 1 binding, (4) 185, 132 p., 41 folia. Contemporary Leather, giltedged, 12° (the spine is repaired with preservation of the old one).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        De gemmis aliquot, iis praesertim quarum d. Ioannis apostolus in sua apocalypsi meminit: De aliis quoque, quarum usus hoc aevi apud omnes percrebuit; De Astrologia liber unus: in quo obiter indicatur…

      , Francofurti: Published by Ex Officiana Paltheniana, sumtibus viduae Petri Fischeri, , 1596 , title page for 'De Gemmis…' with engraved vignette, starts at page 173 and runs to 255, followed by Lemnio's 'De Astrologia…' which ends at page 288, all latin text including margin notes

      [Bookseller: Keogh's Books]
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        A PERAMBULATION Of KENT; Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last Copie.

      Edm. Bollifant,, London: 1596 - Illustrated with 2 maps, one folding [after F8]. Decorative initial capital letters. Lambarde a prominent antiquary of the era, as well as personal consultant to Elizabeth I, in the capacity of Keeper of the Records in the Tower- this first county history of his is considered "a model of arrangement and style". [DNB]. And while this work of Lambarde's is not particularly rare, it is rather uncommon to find it in such presentable condition, textually complete & with both maps present. Period ink ownership signatures to title page dated 1604 & 1656 [Robert Newman]. Anglia Heptarchia map slightly shaved at bottom [no significant loss]. Small tear in F1 margin; clean, closed tear across E8, with no loss. The occasional stain. Withal, a solid, respectable VG copy. Full leather binding with period boards & modern respining to style. Modern ffep. 8vo: A - 2O8 2P6. 1st edition thus, & 2nd edition overall of the 1st UK County History (Cox III, pp. 127-128; Goldsmith 275; STC 15176; Upcott I, p. 350). [10], 588, [2], [6] pp. This copy with an interleaved leaf, with period ink mss annotations, prior to the printed Table @ rear. Printed glosses. Ink mss glosses in a period hand. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        Rudolphi Snelli In Physciam Cornelii Valerii annotationes; Cum lectissimis aliorum observationibus graviter collatae.

      - Ad calcem adiectae sunt Notae Rudolphi Goclenii ad ipsum Physicas contextum pertinentes: Item Pneumatologia Snellii. - Frankfurt, Saur, 1596, 8°, 492 pp., feiner Halbpergamenteinband im Stil der Zeit; firsches Exemplar. Rare ! - Rudolph Snellius (Rudolph Snel van Royen; Oudewater, 5 October 1546 - Leiden, 2 March 1613) was a Dutch linguist and mathematician who held appointments at the University of Marburg and the University of Leiden. - - Cornelius Valerius (Kornelis Wouters oder Walthers), geb. 1512 in Oudewater bei Utrecht, gest. 11. August 1578, studierte in Löwen, war dann Professor der lateinischen Sprache in Utrecht und Löwen, dort auch Pfarrer. Er hat sich besonders um eine elegantere Darstellung der Logik im Sinne des Humanismus bemüht, daneben auch um Rhetorik, Physik und Ethik. - - Rudolph Göckel or Rudolf Goclenius (the Older) (1 March 1547 - 8 June 1628) was a German scholastic philosopher, credited with inventing the term psychology (1590). In his Lexicon philosophicum (1613) he used the term ontology coined by Jacob Lorhard in his Ogdooas Scholastica (1606). He was born in Corbach, Waldeck (now Korbach, Waldeck-Frankenberg in Hesse), and died in Marburg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        R. P. F. Philippi Diez Lusitani, Ord. Min. Reg. Obseruantiae prouinciae Sancti Iacobi. Summa praedicantium : ex omnibus locis communibus locupletiss. Tomus primus [volume 1]

      [Lundini] : apud Petrum Landry 1596 - Physical description: 1v. : [14], 514p. 23cm. Subjects: Preaching - Handbooks, manuals, etc - Early works to 1800. Sermons - Early works to 1800. Title pages in red and black with publisher's device. Historiated initials. Language: Latin. Binding copy in the original aniline calf over boards. Lacks spine, with binding intact. Blind-tooled motifs and borders to panels. Remains of cord ties to panel margins. Panel edges rubbed and worn, with considerable surface wear to panels. Shadow staining evident throughout - text unaffected. Previous owner's inscription to title page. 2 Kg. 514 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Französische Kriegs-Wirthschafft, oder Auszug aus denen Königlich-Frantzösischen Kriegs- und Verpflegungs-Ordinanzen, die Kriegs-Wirthschafft betreffend, mmebst einem Anhang... aus dem Herzog von Sully hinterlassenen Gedenckschrifften... was die gute Wirtschafft in einem Lande vermöge. Aus dem Französischen ins Teutsche übersetzet. O.O. (um 1680). 8°. 88 nn. Bll., mod. Pbd.

      . . VD 17 3:002444U - nicht in Kress.- Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Erstmals in französischer Sprache erschienene Schrift zur Kriegswirtschaft Frankreichs.- Enthält die Berichte der Kosten, Größe und Zusammenstellung der in den Jahren 1596 bis 1677 eingesetzten Armeen sowie einen Anhang mit den Gedenkschriften des Herzogs Maximilien de Bethune Sully.- Mit umfangreichem Register.- Etw. gebräunt, sonst gutes Exemplar.# Extracts in translation from Sully's Memoires; translations of French military financing orders from 1651 to 1677.

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        JUL. PACII. A BERIGA ENANTIOPHANON, SEU LEGUM CONCILIATARUM CENTURIAE VII

      1596 - 2 parties en un volume, reliure janséniste en vélin vieil ivoire parcheminé petit in-octavo (jansenist's binding full vellum in-octavo), dos long (spine without raised band), titre et date manuscrits à l'encre brune sur le dos (handwritten title on the spine), plats muets (cover without text), tête lisse (top edge smooth), toutes tranches lisses (all smooth edges), sans illustration (no illustration) excepté une vignette gravée sur Bois (engraving-wood) en noir sur les pages de titre (engraved title pages) et au dos de la 1ère page d'index et orné de bandeaux - lettrines et de culs-de-lampe (illuminated of headpieces and dropped initials and of tailpieces) trés légères cicatrices de mouillures marginales (lights scars of waterstains) en toute fin de volume, le relieur a placé par erreur le titre et les deux feuillets de préface de la 2ème partie entre la page 280 et la page 281 de la seconde partie (25 pages de pièces liminaires +336) + ( 4 pages de préface + 381 +3 pages d'index) Pages, 1596 Spirae : typis B. Albini Editeur, 3ème Edition. Jules Pacius (1550-1635) : Jurisconsulte. - Philosophe, on retrouve Julius Pacius professeur de Droit à l'Académie de Sedan en 1595, enseigna à Valence de 1617 jusqu'en 1635, date de sa mort. Julius pacius a laissé un grand nombre d'ouvrages de droit et divers traités de philosophie ainsi que des traductions de "LULLE" car il était féru d'Alchimie.RARE EDITION.en bon état malgré le petit défaut signalé (very good condition in spite of the small defect indicated).

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        Phytopinax [Greek title] feu envmeratio plantarum ab Herbarijs noftro feculo defcriptarum cum earum differentijs

      Basle: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri, 1596. Small quarto, pp (22), 669, (9), woodcut vignette to t.p., woodcut portrait, woodcut colophon, various small woodcut initials, title page slightly tender at the margins, and lacking the top corner, though no loss of print, pages browned at margins, but otherwise in remarkably good condition. [Bound with] Icones Plantarum aliqvot hactensis. I page of text, 8 woodcut plates of plants. Contemporary vellum a little marked, and with slight loss towards the base of the spine, Greek title, author and date in ink in probably a Victorian hand on spine, [the date is incorrect by five years], a very early ink inscription on the front endpaper which also carries a modern bookplate lightly attached. [RARE. Although not containing the fine woodcuts of the later work, this preceedes the Pinax by 27 years and is a remarkable foreshadowing of the binomial system - Bauhin states in the preface that, for the sake of clearness, he has applied one name to each plant, and added also some easily recognisable character. This has led many commentators to describe him as the founder of the natural system. Overall a remarkably good copy of an extremely scarce work] .. Vellum. Very Good.

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        De antiquo et novo italiae statu, libri quatuor. Adversus Macciavellum. Auctore Tm. Bozio Eugubino.

      Guglielmum Facciotum, Romae 1596 - [Macchiavelli-Politica] (cm.25,3) ottima mz. pergamena antica ben restaurata.-- cc. 22 nn., pp. 294, cc. 8 nn. + c. 1 bianca. Stemma di Clemente VIII al titolo. Fregi e capilettera in xilografia. Edizione originale rara (tiratura con data 1594 in fine) opera molto importante e aspramente critica contro le teorie del Macchiavelli. L' autore, storico e teologo, studiò a Perugia e a Roma dove conobbe San Filippo Neri. Nei suoi scritti: "Contra Pestilentia Machiavelli Scripta" evidenzia errori e contraddizioni di Macchiavelli e la falsità della sua tesi sulla decadenza dell' impero romano (Cfr. Panella A. "Gli Antimachiavellici" 1943 p. 65 ecc.). Per notizie sull' autore di Gubbio (1548-1610) vedi: Jacobilli "Biblioteca Umbriae" 259; * Mazzucchelli 1753-63 II 1933; * Villarosa "Scritt. Congr. Oratorio S. Filippo Neri" 1837 p.74. Qualche carta interna appena brunita ma esemplare molto bello, nitido a grandi margini con barbe. Jacobilli non cita questa edizione particolare. * Adams B 2632; * Bm. Stc. 123; * Diz. Biogr. Italiani XIII 570; * Bozza "scrittori Politici" 82.[f64] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA]
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        A PERAMBULATION Of KENT; Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: first published in the yeere 1576 and now increased and altered after the Authors owne last Copie

      London:: Edm. Bollifant,. 1596.. 8vo: A - 2O8 2P6. 1st edition thus, & 2nd edition overall of the 1st UK County History (Cox III, pp. 127-128; Goldsmith 275; STC 15176; Upcott I, p. 350). [10], 588, [2], [6] pp. This copy with an interleaved leaf, with period ink mss annotations, prior to the printed Table @ rear. Printed glosses. Ink mss glosses in a period hand.. Full leather binding with period boards & modern respining to style. Modern ffep.. Period ink ownership signatures to title page dated 1604 & 1656. [Robert Newman]. Anglia Heptarchia map slightly shaved at bottom [no. significant loss]. Small tear in F1 margin; clean, closed tear. across E8, with no loss. The occasional stain. Withal, a solid,. respectable VG copy.. Lambarde a prominent antiquary of the era, as well as personal consultant to Elizabeth I, in the capacity of Keeper of the Records in the Tower- this first county history of his is considered "a model of arrangement and style". [DNB]. And while this work of Lambarde's is not particularly rare, it is rather uncommon to find it in such presentable condition, textually complete & with both maps present. . Illustrated with 2 maps, one folding [after F8]. Decorative initial capital letters.

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        Advertencias de Fray Francisco de Sosa, Lector de Theologia.

      1596 - Rare Sixteenth-Century Spanish Treatise Concerning Monasteries Sosa, Francisco de [fl. 1556]. Advertencias de Fray Francisco de Sosa, Lector de Theologia en el Convento de Sant Francisco de Salamanca: Cerca de la Nueva Constitucion de Nuestro Sanctissimo Padre Clemente Papa VIII. De Largitione Munerum Utriusque Sexus Regularibus Interdicta. Declaranse Algunas Resoluciones de Derecho en Punctos Difficultosos. Salamanca: En Casa Iuan Fernandez, 1596. [x], 131, [2] pp. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, black rules to covers, calligraphic title to spine, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties mostly lacking. Some soiling and small stains, spine darkened with a few small chips near center, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns. Light to moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, internally, clean. * First edition. This book details a series of legal reforms regarding monasteries and holy orders implemented by Pope Clement VI, formerly a canon lawyer (Ippolito Aldobrandini, 1536-1605, the son of notable jurist Sylvestro Aldobrandini). For the most part, these reforms led to an increase of Papal control and supervision. Two other editions were published in 1597 and 1696. OCLC locates no copies of this title in North America. No copies located at the Library of Congress, Harvard Law School or UC-Berkeley Law School. Palau, Manual del Librero Hispano-Americano 319804. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De Romanæ Ecclesiæ idololatria [sic], in cultu sanctorum, reliquiarum, imaginum, aquæ, salis, olei, aliarumque rerum consecratarum, & sacramenti eucharistiæ, operis inchoati libri duo .

      Oxford: Joseph Barnes 1596 - lacking initial blank, faint browning around edges of last few leaves at either end pp. xiv, 646, square 8vo, recent half calf, original red stain to edges, good ‘Partly in order to continue channelling his proven disputatious skills against the Catholic church, Walsingham resolved in 1586 to endow at Oxford a special lectureship in controversial theology earmarked for Rainolds - who had in the meantime been licensed for the degree of DTh on 14 June 1585 - and convocation readily acquiesced. Walsingham promised to pay Rainolds £20 per annum and the latter, weary of the continued dissensions at Corpus, availed himself of the opportunity and resigned his fellowship in 1588, moving to Queen's College, where the provost, Henry Robinson, arranged room and board for him. Rainolds reciprocated by taking an active part in teaching at Queen’s.‘Rainolds lectured three times a week during term, drawing consistently large audiences: ‘never were any lectures in our memory so frequented as these in that university’, wrote Daniel Featley, ‘nor any in Cambridge, save those of Dr. [William] Whitaker’ (Abel redivivus, 2.226). The lectures specifically targeted the Jesuit Robert Bellarmine, then a professor of theology at the Gregorian University in Rome. Walsingham instructed his agents at Rome to send him transcripts of the lectures that Bellarmine delivered there and, upon arrival, they were forwarded to Rainolds for immediate public rebuttal. Of particular interest to Rainolds was the refutation of Bellarmine’s attempt to make the Apocryphal books an integral part of the Old Testament canon. True to his style and thoroughness, however, Rainolds left no stone unturned as he battled the Jesuit’ (ODNB).ESTC attests an interesting pattern of distribution of copies. Of the 47 recorded in UK libraries 27 are in Oxford or Cambridge colleges; in the US there are only 8 copies recorded in 7 locations. (ESTC S115552)

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        MILICIA CHRISTIANA, DE LOS TRES ENEMIGOS DEL ALMA, DIVIDIDA EN TRES LIBROS.

      - Salamanca, casa de Juan Fernandez, 1596, 15x21, 10 hojas, 454 págs. 39 hojas. Muy buen estado. Encuadernado en piel de época con nervios y tejuelo. (39721).

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        ICONES, HABITUS GETUSQUE INDORUM AC LUSITANORUM PER INDIAM VIVENTIUM, TEMPLORUM AEDIUM, ARBORUM, FRUTUM, HERBARUM, AROMATUM].

      [Amsterdam: Cornelis Claesz, ca. -1604]. 1596 - Twenty-nine (of thirty) plates, plus two maps and one extra plate. Oblong quarto. Contemporary Dutch vellum, gilt. Cockled, soiled. Marginal stains on two plates; one plate chipped in margin, not affecting text. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. This extremely rare portfolio of plates consists of fine early impressions of Linschoten's famous views of Portuguese Asia. They are among the first eyewitness illustrations of the East to reach Europe, and were by far the most widely disseminated. Donald Lach has called them "a watershed in Europe's pictorial impression of Asia." They rank among the most influential images of the period, and appeared in the many subsequent editions of Linschoten's works. The illustrations were executed by Joannes and Baptista Doetechum from sketches brought back by Linschoten. Linschoten described the images of the people, places, methods of travel, and animals of Asia as "counterfeits from life," which would give a realistic representation of what he saw, but also a general perception of the reality of the distant East. In the present copy, a large, double-page view of Goa is missing, while two maps, one of Mozambique and one of Ascension Island, have been added. Also added is an untitled panorama of an Indonesian or Malaysian procession. This plate is likely connected to the 1598 Claesz publication of Houtman & Loewijk's account of the first Dutch expedition. It seems clear that the present item is one of the very rare issues of the plates produced for separate sale by Linschoten's publisher, Cornelis Claesz. Claesz sold the images and maps separately from the ITINERARIO., under a title translated as THE FIGURES AND MAPS OF JAN HUYGHEN. He used Latin and Dutch captions, as in our copy, in order to increase the images' marketability. Four similar sets of Linschoten plates are known, but only one of these, at the Atlas van Stolk in Rotterdam, has a titlepage. The other three copies which, like ours, lack titlepages, are at the Universiteitsbibliotheek in Amsterdam (containing all the plates), the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel and the Amsterdams Scheepvaort Museum (lacking some plates as well as the titlepage). They all have Latin and Dutch text beneath each image. In Tiele's MEMOIR (1867), on page 103 he discusses an edition of the ICONES. containing twenty-nine plates and no titlepage. Ernst Van Den Boogaart, who has produced a fine study of the publication history, iconographic significance, and coded messages of Linschoten's work, examines these issues in great detail. The Linschoten plates were produced to accompany his famed ITINERARIO., in which he gave his perceptions of the culture, customs, and societies of Asia. Linschoten had lived in Goa for six years from 1583, and while he never ventured far from the Portuguese capital, he did have an "avaricious thirst for knowledge which enabled him to get detailed information of land and sea as far afield as the Spice Islands and China" (Boies Penrose). He released his work at a time when Europe was desperately in need of knowledge about the Far East. A wonderful collection of Asian and early travel iconography, in an exceptionally rare edition. Ernst Van Den Boogaart, JAN HUYGEN VAN LINSCHOTEN AND THE MORAL MAP OF ASIA, passim, esp. pp.161-75. Lach, ASIA IN THE MAKING OF EUROPE II, p.94.

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        M. Tvllii Ciceronis Opera Omnia

      Geneva: Apud Eustache Vignon, 1596. Thick quarto. Four volumes bound in one. With no separate title-pages to volumes II-IV. I: [iv]ff., 436cols.; II: 958cols.; III: 636cols.; IV: 714cols.; Index and Privilege - 40ff. I: 4, A4-O4, P2; II : aa8-zz8, Aa8-Gg8; III: a8-v8; IV: Aa8-Yy8, Zz4 ; Index & Privilege: A8-E8. Last leaf, E8, is blank and lacking. Engraved title-page. In a contemporary vellum binding..

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        Commentaria in Psalmos Davidicos, Prisci Cuiusdam auctoris incogniti. In duos divisa tomos, Quorum hic prior expositionem a primo psalmo usque ad LXXXVIII. Posterior reliquorum complectitur. Post Complutensem editione recognita e plurimis in locis suae integritati.

      Landry., Lugduni. 1596 - 2 tomi in 1 vol., in 4°, p. perg., cc.nn. 4 + pp. 713 + 600 + cc.nn. 46 (Commentriorum in Psalmos Sexa Gintaduos Davidicos cuiusdam auctoris incogniti.). Nervi. Front. fig. Testate. Capilettere. Mende ai piatti .

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        IAC. MARCHANTII FLANDRIA COMMENTARIORUM LIB. IIII DESCRIPTA IN QUIBUS

      1596 - reliure vélin blanc à rabat (binding full vellum with reduction) in-octavo, titre manuscrit sur le dos long (titel handwritten on the spine), tranche de tête teintée (fore-edge tinted), illustrations : sur la page de titre (engraved title page) et orné de lettrines (and illuminated of dropped initials), 423 pages, 1596 Antuerpiae Ex officina Plantiniana Apud Viduam et Ioannem Moretum, texte en Latin (in Latin language), "dans son jus" (satisfactory condition with however the defects related to the use and onseniority of the book) . La Librairie Guimard offre aux clients AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 600 EUR.

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        Itinerario, Voyage ofte Schipvaert. naer Oost ofte Portugaels Indien.

      Amsterdam: Cornelis Claesz 1596 - 1595 - 1596. - 3 parts in one volume. Folio (11 6/8 x 7 1/8 inches). Gothic and roman type in double columns, four vignette title-pages: that for part 3 the twin-hemisphere world map by Jodocus Hondius (Shirley 182), engraved portrait of Linschoten, 34 double-page and/or folding engraved plates of views and two large maps of Goa and Angra dated 1595 by Johannes and Baptist van Deutecum after Linschoten (the plates bound out of order), 5 folding maps by Arnold and Hendrik van Langren, and a folding map of the world by Jan Baptist Vrient (Shirley 192), woodcut ornamental initials (some soiling and occasional minor staining, a few frayed edges, a few leaves lightly browned, scattered marginal dampstains, lacking conjugate leaf Cc2.5, a duplicate of conjugate leaf Cc1.6 bound in in its place, fol. B3 of part III with corner torn affecting pagination, small tears to center folds of the large folding plate between pp. 42 and 43 and of four of the maps, a few folds reinforced, a few minor marginal tears to the maps and the plates, the map of the coast of Africa (p. 24) defective: edges cropped with loss to border, repairs along 2 folds, one affecting the image and the text in cartouches, and probably supplied from a later edition). 17th-century speckled calf, spine in seven compartments with six raised bands, morocco lettering-piece in one (skillfully rebacked preserving the original spine, extremities scuffed). Provenance: Contemporary Dutch ownership inscription at the head of the title-page; Pierre S. du Pont III (1911-1988), Collection of Navigation. First edition of all three parts, and EXCEEDINGLY RARE. "This important work contains all the knowledge and learning related to the East and West Indies and navigations to those parts that was available at the end of the sixteenth century. It was held in such high esteem that for nearly a century a copy was given to each ship sailing to India as a guide to the sailing directions. The fact that most copies were in continual use is in no doubt the reason that FINE COPIES , EXPECIALLY WITH ALL CORRECT PLATES AND MAPS , ARE SO VERY RARE" (Hill). Linschoten travelled extensively, he went to Goa between 1583 and 1589, and joined Willem Barents's first and second voyages into the Kara Sea in 1594 and 1595, and he combined his first hand accounts with translations of original Spanish and Portuguese documents. "Linschoten's work, along with Hakluyt's, served as a direct stimulus to the building of the vast English and Dutch overseas empires" (Hill). Borba de Moraes [1983], pp. 486-7; Church 252; JCB 1 (II): pp. 344-45; "this very rare first edition" Sabin 41356. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Opera omnia. Praeter hactenus vulgatam Dion. Lambini editionem, acc. D. Gothofredi notae.

      (Genf), Laymarie, 1596. - 4 Tle. in 1 Bd. 958 Sp., 3 nn. SS. 635 Sp., 2 nn. SS. 714 Sp. 80 nn. SS. Mit breiter figuraler Holzschnittbordüre und zahlreichen Initialen und Vignetten in Holzschnitt. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf fünf Bünden mit reicher Blindprägung. Die Decken durch vier verschiedene Rollen (Humanisten, Bandwerk und Palmwedel) sowie doppelte Blindlinien kassettiert, Eckfleurons als Mittelstück das Wappen der Herzöge von Württemberg, Fürsten von Mömpelgard und Monogramm "AOB", der Hinterdeckel mit arabeskem Mittelstück. Kl.-Folio. Druck aus der Presse des G. Laymarie, ohne Angabe des Druckortes, der häufig mit Lyon angegeben wird, laut Baudrier I, 240 hat er aber nie in Lyon gedruckt. - Der reich verzierte Einband mit geprägter Datierung "1600" stammt aus der Regierungszeit Friedrich I. von Württemberg (1593-1608). Bei dem verwendeten Wappenstempel handelt sich um den bei Haebler II, 93, 1 beschriebenen, der sich auf den Bänden der Privatbibliothek der württembergischen Herzöge findet. Allerdings "wird das Wappen von Württemberg offenbar in viel weiterem Umfange von den Buchbindern dieses Landes zum Schmuck der von ihnen gefertigten Einbände verwendet" (Haebler II, 90). - Ohne die Bindebänder, die Prägung prägnant und wohlerhalten. Titel mit zwei Besitzvermerken des 17. Jahrhunderts. Innen etwas gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Im Ganzen jedoch sehr ansprechendes Exemplar. Graesse II, 157. Schweiger I, 106. Moss I, 294. BM-STC French 109. Nicht bei Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vida del serafico Padre San Bruno, patriarca de la Cartuxa: con el origen y principio y costumbres desta sagrada religion .?

      Valencia, en casa de Pedro Patricio Mey, 1596. - Large woodcut of St. Bruno on title-page. Woodcut initials. (10), 197, (1) ll. Leaf 196 is misnumbered 197, followed by the correctly numbered leaf 197. 4°, contemporary limp vellum (lacking the two buttons, but preserving the ties), fore-edge cover extensions, vertical manuscript title on spine, covers with two manuscript ruled borders. Some light browning; occasional dampstains, for the most part small and minor; larger, but still light in the last few leaves. Overall in very good to fine condition, for the most part clean, and with ample margins. Early manuscript ownership statement on title-page: "Pertinet ad Conventum Madridi excalceatorum Augustini madrid. Fr. Andres dela Asuncion." Oval green printed paper ticket of Bernardino Ribeiro de Carvalho in upper outer corner of front pastedown endleaf. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of the author's earliest work. St. Bruno, founder of the Carthusians, was born in Cologne about 1030. He was educated there, and afterwards at Reims and Tours, where he studied under Berengar. Ordained at Cologne, in 1057 he was recalled to Reims to head the cathedral school, oversee the schools of the diocese and in addition the be canon and diocesan chancellor. After falling out with a new archbishop, he was deprived of all offices and had to flee in 1076. On the deposition of the archbishop in 1080, Bruno was put forward as a candidate for the see, but Philip I of France successfully opposed his appointment. After this Bruno retired, with six companions, to a desolate mountainous area called Chartreuse, near Grenoble, and there founded the Carthusian order in 1084. Six years later Pope Urban II called him to Rome, offering the archbishopric of Reggio. Bruno refused, and withdrew to a desert in Calabria, where he established two other monasteries, and died in 1101. He wrote commentaries on the Psalms and the Pauline Epistles; some other works by namesakes have been attributed to him.@Provenance: Bernardino Ribeiro de Carvalho (1846?1910), born in the freguesia de Cabaços, concelho de Alvaiázere, came to Lisbon, was brought into the business of his uncle / father?in?law, and acquired a great fortune importing exotic lumber. He was a passionate book collector, frequenting auctions and bookshops from the 1860s until shortly prior to his death. Among the sales he attended and purchased at were those of Sir Gubian (1867), the Visconde de Juromenha (1887), José da Silva Mendes and Jorge César de Figanière (1889), the Condes de Linhares (1895), and José Maria Nepomuceno (1887).---- Palau 146203. @Catálogo collectivo, século XVI M54. BL @Pre?1601 Spanish STC, p. 125. HSA p. 324. Not in Adams. Not in Salvá or Heredia, which list two other works by the author. CCPBE cites 9 copies (at least 2 incomplete, and one in private hands). Hollis cites an apparantly incomplete copy, listing only 9 preliminary pages. Not in Orbis. Not in Melvyl, which lists a single copy of another work by the author at UCB. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        In Q. Horatium Flaccum ex fide atque auctoritate complurium librorum manuscriptorum a se emendatum, & cum diversis exemplaribus antiquis comparatum [&c.]

      Francofurti Frankfurt: Apud Andreae Wecheli heredes 1596 - 4to., pp. [xvi] 464, 550 [ii]. Outer margin of title restored. Light browning and spotting. Contemporary vellum boards, long sides overlapping, spine lettered in ink (just ‘Dionysus Lambinus’), slightly ruckled and soiled, front hinge cracking, f.f.e.p. removed. Denis Lambin’s first edition of Horace appeared in 1561, and ‘marked a new aera in Horatian criticism’, meeting ‘with universal applause’. It was reprinted four times in Paris, once in Venice, and twice in Frankfurt (by Wechel, one folio, one quarto), with this being the second, quarto, Frankfurt edition. Adams H945. VD16 H 4878. Dibdin (4th edn.) II 95 (note). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Perambulation of Kent: Conteining the Defcription, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne Gent: firft publifhed in the yeere 1576 and now increafed and altered after the Authors owne laft Copie [1]

      Imprinted at London, by Edmund Bollifant [First edition 1576]. 1596. - Contemporary calf covers, worn gilt embellishments between five raised bands, title label to spine. 8vo 7¾" x 5¾" xiv, 588, 6 [pp] index. Single leaf map of England, 8" x 12" fold-out map of Kent showing the beacons. Lambarde was an English jurist and antiquary. In 1556 he was admitted to Lincoln's Inn and in 1568 he published a collection and transcript of Saxon laws. In 1574 he founded a hospital for the poor in Greenwich. Written in 1570 and first published in 1576, the book was the first county history published in Britain, in 1581 he published a manual for justices of the peace entitled 'Eirenarcha' and in 1601 he became keeper of the Tower records. Light toning to pages, general soiling to covers with rubbing to spine edges and corners, bookplate to upper paste down. Member of the P.B.F.A. KENT [Antiquarian] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Map of Southwestern Africa): Typus orarum maritimarum Guineae, Manicongo & Angolae ultra Promentorium Bonae spei

      Amsterdam 1596 - A highly decorative map of the southwestern coast of Africa. Overall very good, with early color. Some restoration most evident central verso, few professional wormhole repairs with margins reinforced verso. The map was engraved by Florent van Langren, and the first Dutch edition of Linschoten's "Itinerario." was published by Cornelis Claesz in 1596. There are coastal views of the islands of Ascension and St. Helena within a strapwork cartouche at the bottom of the map. This is just the western sheet. The image measures 15.25 x 20.5 inches (39 x 52 cm). Two compass roses, decorative script and sailing ships. Coastal town names go inland, in the style of earlier portolan charts.

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        The Pleasant Historie Of The Conquest Of The West India, Now Called New Spaine. Atchieved By The Woorthie Prince Hernando Cortes Marques Of The Valley Of Huaxacac, Most Delectable To Reade.

      1596 - A primary account of the Conquest of Mexico The second English edition of one of the most important early chronicles of the Spanish conquest of the New World, and one of the two chief accounts of Cortes' conquest of Mexico, the other being provided by Bernal Diaz. This is a reissue of the first English edition of 1578, and one of the handful of English works about the New World to appear in the 16th century. Lopez de Gomara was Cortes' secretary for a number of years, and made use of his unparalleled opportunity to gather information from the primary source relating to the extraordinary exploits surrounding the overthrow of the Aztec empire. "Contains the first printed accounts of the Cortes expeditions to California, the expeditions of Francisco Ulloa, Marcos de Niza, Coronado, the subsidiary expeditions resulting from the last, and the voyage of Cabrillo" - Wagner. The work was first published in Zaragosa in 1552, and quickly went through a number of editions in Spain, Italy, and the Low Countries. The English translation was prepared by Thomas Nicholas, who abridged the original. This second edition is a virtual line-for-line reprint of the 1578 edition. An important Elizabethan Americanum. European Americana 596/52; Palau 141186; Sabin 27752; Wagner Spanish Southwest 2qq; STC 16808. [12],405,[6]pp. Small quarto. Nineteenth century red morocco, elaborately and handsomely tooled in gilt on the boards and spine, gilt leather label, a.e.g. Bookplate on front pastedown and front free endpaper. Titlepage backed. Two small holes in leaf Nn3, not affecting text, small tear repaired in leaf Nn, not affecting text. Some light staining or creasing to text leaves. A very good handsome copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE PLEASANT HISTORIE OF THE CONQUEST OF THE WEST INDIA, NOW CALLED NEW SPAINE. ATCHIEVED BY THE WOORTHIE PRINCE HERNANDO CORTES MARQUES OF THE VALLEY OF HUAXACAC, MOST DELECTABLE TO READE.

      London: Thomas Creede, . 1596 - [12],405,[6]pp. Small quarto. Nineteenth century red morocco, elaborately and handsomely tooled in gilt on the boards and spine, gilt leather label, a.e.g. Bookplate on front pastedown and front free endpaper. Titlepage backed. Two small holes in leaf Nn3, not affecting text, small tear repaired in leaf Nn, not affecting text. Some light staining or creasing to text leaves. A very good handsome copy. The second English edition of one of the most important early chronicles of the Spanish conquest of the New World, and one of the two chief accounts of Cortes' conquest of Mexico, the other being provided by Bernal Diaz. This is a reissue of the first English edition of 1578, and one of the handful of English works about the New World to appear in the 16th century. Lopez de Gomara was Cortes' secretary for a number of years, and made use of his unparalleled opportunity to gather information from the primary source relating to the extraordinary exploits surrounding the overthrow of the Aztec empire. "Contains the first printed accounts of the Cortes expeditions to California, the expeditions of Francisco Ulloa, Marcos de Niza, Coronado, the subsidiary expeditions resulting from the last, and the voyage of Cabrillo" - Wagner. The work was first published in Zaragosa in 1552, and quickly went through a number of editions in Spain, Italy, and the Low Countries. The English translation was prepared by Thomas Nicholas, who abridged the original. This second edition is a virtual line-for-line reprint of the 1578 edition. An important Elizabethan Americanum. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 596/52. WAGNER SPANISH SOUTHWEST 2qq. SABIN 27752. PALAU 141186. STC 16808.

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        POLYDORI Vergili urbi natis DE RERUM INVENTORIBUS LIBRI OCTO EIUSDEM IN DOMINICAM PRECEM COMMENTARIOLUM

      1596 - un volume, reliure janséniste en vélin blanc (jansenist's binding full vellum) in-douze (duodecimo), dos long (spine without raised band), titre manuscrit " janséniste" à l'encre brune, léger manque de vélin sur la 1ère de couverture, trois taches brunes habituelles, toutes tranches lisses (edges smooth), sans illustration (no illustration), excepté la marque de l'imprimeur gravé sur Bois (engraving-wood) sur la page de titre (engraved title page) + fronts-de-chapitre bandeaux (headpiece) + lettrines (dropped initial) gravées sur bois (engraving-wood), 31+675 pages+122 pages d' index, 1596 Lugduni apud Antonium Gryphium, en bon état malgré le petit défaut signalé (very good condition in spite of the small defect indicated). . La Librairie Guimard offre aux clients AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 460 EUR.

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        Darauss man alle Geheimnuss unnd Gebrechen des Weiblichen geschlechts erlernen mag. Dessgleichen von ihrer Geburt und Kindern, wie denselbigen zuhelffen unnd zu Artzneyen. Sampt mancherley Krafft der Fürnembsten Kreuter. Tugendt der Edlen Gestein. Art und Natur der Thier. Mit angehencktem bewerten Regiment für die Pestilentz. Jetzt under von neuwem durch einen Artzney erharnen mit sonderm fleiss gemehret und gebessert. Sampt Einer nützlichen und bewehrten Lasstafel, für alle gebresten dess gantzen Leibs mit genugsamen underricht wie sich zur zeit dess Aderlassens und Schrepffens zuverhalten.

      Christian Egenolffs Erben,, Frankfurt, 1596 - Frankfurt, Christian Egenolffs Erben, 1596. Klein-8°. 180 (recte 181) S., 7 n.n. S. Register. Mit 79 Textholzschnitten. Halbleinwandband des 19. Jahrhunderts. VD 16 A 1458. - Becker, Amman 34. - Dritte Ausgabe mit den Holzschnitten von Jost Amman. Im Titel abweichend gegenüber der Ausgabe 1581 bei Feyerabend und der Ausgabe von 1608 bei Tampachs. Hier ohne den Titelholzschnitt, jedoch wie in den anderen Ausgaben mit den 22 Pflanzendarstellungen. Mit 21 (davon 2 grösseren) Tierdarstellungen, kleinen Holzschnittvignetten über die Edelsteine sowie mit Holzschnitten im "Regiment der Pestilenz". Albertus Magnus (eigentlich Albertus Bollstädt) (1193-1280) verfasste das erste Aufklärungsbuch des Mittelalters. Sämtliche deutschsprachigen Ausgaben seiner Bücher sind Bearbeitungen aus den Handschriften. Während man von Albertus Magnus Texten im 15. Jahrhundert über 50 verschiedene Ausgaben nachweisen kann, verändert sich im 16. Jahrhundert der Charakter der Texte zum Volksbuch. Das in 6 Bücher, und einem Tractat zum Aderlassen, aufgeteilte Werk behandelt im 1. Buch die Schwangerschaft und die Geburt sowie deren Komplikationen. Mit einer Reihe von Holzschnitten, die die verschiedenen Lagen des Foetus zeigen. Das 2. Buch über die Heilkräuter, das 3. Buch über die Edelsteine und ihren Einfluss, das 4. Buch von den Tieren, das 5. Buch mit einer Auswahl von Rezepten. Das 6. Buch beschreibt das Verhalten gegenüber der Pest mit einer Anleitung zu Speisen, zur Hygiene und Prävention. Im Anhang findet sich "eine nützliche Lasstafel", eine Anleitung über den Aderlass. - Titelblatt leicht angestaubt und fingerfleckig. Sonst sehr sauberes Exemplar. Ein Pflanzenholzschnitt bis in die Darstellung am unteren Rand beschnitten. Wenige Unterstreichungen von alter Hand. Sprache: Deutsch Halbleinwandband des 19. Jahrhunderts.

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        Poliorceticon sive de machinis. Tormentis. Telis. Libri Quinque. Ad historiarum lucem.

      Plantiniana Apud Viduam, et J. Muretum, Antuerpiae 1596 - [Figurato Militaria] (cm.26,3) mezza pergamena antica restaurata, piatti con foglio di antifonario.-- cc. 8 nn., pp. 267, (1), cc. 4 nn. con 33 grandi incisioni in rame 18 delle quali a piena pagina. Illustrato macchine da guerra, fortificazioni, carri, arieti, strutture difensive e strumenti vari. Edizione originale. E' un dettagliato trattato sull' arte della guerra e sulle milizie romane. Le belle incisioni sono attribuite al maestro di pie Paolo Rubens, Otto Vaenius (1588-1629) attivo anche ad Anversa. il Lipsius (1547-1606) filologo e umanista belga, si convertì poi al cattolicesimo. Bell' esemplare fresco e marginoso. * Adams L 797; * Choix 3964; * Bm. Stc. Dutch 119; * Cockle " Military Books " 672.[f55] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Quinze Ioyes de Mariage, Extraits d'un vieil exemplaire ecrit a la main, passez sont quatre cens ans.

      Second 'de Rosset' Edition 12mo, A-H12, 186, [6] pp, printer's woodcut device on title, large woodcut on page 19, t-p and last leaf dust-soiled, a few leaves cut close at head, 19c. green calf a little rubbed. t.e.g., circular engraved armorial bookplate of Edward Grisbach on front pastedown.

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        Weltkarte

      . Universi Orbis descriptio. Kupferstich-Karte v. Girolamo Porro aus Giovanni Antonio Magini "Geographiae Universae". Venedig 1596 14 x 18 cm (Plattenrand) - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Shirley 195.- Rare first edition; without text on verso.- The Magini's 1596 edition of Geographiae was the first reduced size version of Mercator's atlas.

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        Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quinque; notis perpetuis illustrati, & cum integris aliorum observationibus, in lucem editi à Johanne Laurentio.Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius van Waesberge and the widow of Elizaeus Weyerstraten, 1667. 8vo. With engraved allegorical frontispiece by Christian Hagen, and 103 finely engraved half-page illustrations in text. Early 19th-century(?) gold-tooled tan calf.

      Bodeman, Das illustrierte Fabelbuch, 75.1; Fabula Docet 68; Landwehr, Emblem books Low Countries F143; for Hagen: Thieme-Becker XV, p. 461; Wurzbach II, p. 632; not in Checklist Aesopic fables Pierpont Morgan Library; Hobbs, Fables; The fox and the grapes. First illustrated Phaedrus edition in the Netherlands, in the original Latin, richly and beautifully illustrated with 103 engravings. It is also the first edition edited by Laurentius. It contains the text of 92 Phaedrus fables with extensive annotations (the first edition of 1596 had only 64 fables). The fables are followed by an "index vocabularum" and an "index rerum & verborum". The preliminaries include several laudatory poems and a letter by Conrad von Rittershausen, who was the first to provide the Phaedrus fables with scholarly commentary, especially those of use for lawyers, published at Leiden in 1598. In the 17th century, especially in the Netherlands, these learned editions were very popular, offering an increasingly growing apparatus of word explanations, variants of texts, corrections of texts and personal comments. With the 1890(?) bookplate of Dr. Felix Durosier on pastedown. With the frontispiece very slightly shaved at the fore-edge, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding with some slight wear and a small crack in the front joint.

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      Leodiensis Episcopat. Copperengraving. M. Quad. Cologne. 1596. (26x20 cm).

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        La Ville de Cambray 1596.

      1596 - Cologne, 1598, German text. Original colour. 335 x 440mm. Cambrai from the Civitates Orbis Terrarum, the first atlas of printed town plans, with the major buildings shown in profile, with little consideration for perspective. This is the second view of Cambrai by Braun & Hogenberg (the first appearing in 1588), and commemorates the Spanish capture of Cambrai from the French. The town was returned to France by the Peace of Vervins in 1598, the year of publication.

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        POLIORCETICON sive DE MACHINIS TORMENTIS TELIS. Libri quinque. Ad historiarum lucem

      Antwerp, ex officina Plantiniana, apud Viduam, & Joannem Moretum. 1596.. FIRST EDITION, 1596, with the final "o" in Poliorceticon appearing as an omega. 4to, 255 x 180 mm, 10 x 7 inches, 12 full page and 28 half page fine engravings, printer's pictorial device on title and last page, pages (xvi), 267, (8), Latin text, bound in full antique vellum, hand lettered to spine, lettering mostly worn away. Binding discoloured and darkened along the edges, some tiny cracks along upper and lower edges of covers, tiny hole at fore-edge of upper cover, ties missing, name on front endpaper and on title page, very pale damp staining to 1 page, otherwise contents clean and bright. A very good copy of the scarce first edition. Justus Lipsius (1547-1606) was a Flemish scholar, a philologist and humanist. His book describes the techniques and weapons of war of the Romans, in particular the engines of war such as the battering ram, the catapult, methods of attack using arrows, fire and even elephants. The remarkable engravings have been attributed to the Flemish painter Pieter van der Borcht. Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, No. 672; Adams, Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge Libraries, No. 797. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio.

      1596 - Venice, c.1596. 135 x 175mm.

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        FROSCHMEVSELER/ Der Frösch vnd Meuse wun=/derbare Hoffhaltunge./ Der/ Frölichen/ auch zur Weyßheit/ vnd Regimenten erzogenen Jugend/ zur . Leer/ aus den alten Poëten vnd/ Reymdichtern ./ Jn/ Dreyen Büchern auffs newe mit fleiß beschrieben/ Zuuor in druck nie ausgangen.

      Gehne,, Magdeburg, 1596 - Magdeburg, Gehne, 1596.] 2 Leerbll. + 398 n.n. Bll. + 2 Leerbll. HPgm. der Zeit. 2. Aufl. Vgl. VD 16 ZV 13346. Mit allen 16 in den Text gesetzten Holzschnitten. Goed. II, 509, 3n. KJL II, 780. Vgl. auch Wegehaupt. - Es fehlen der Titel und das letzte Blatt der Errata. Das Blatt 394 ist verbunden und zum Schluß eingefügt. Die Nummerierung der Blätter ist handschriftlich und erfolgte durch einen früheren Besitzer. Der wahrscheinlich barocke Ebd. bedarf eines Restaurators. Exlibris a. V. sowie hds. Notiz und Autorenvermerk (allerdings falsche Jahreszahl), kl. Fraßspur a. den ersten vier Blättern. Wasserrandig, Seiten gebräunt, fleckig, Gbrsp. Bl. 68: vier Zeilen m. Tinten durchgestrichen, Bl. 322 m. hds Notiz. Einige alte Kaschierungen von Einrissen. - Rollenhagen (1542 - 1606) wurde 1560 in Wittenberg immatrikuliert, besuchte hier neben humanistischen auch naturwissenschaftliche und medizinische Vorlesungen und erwarb 1567 den Magistertitel, nachdem er 1563-65 bereits Rektor in Halberstadt gewesen war. 1567 wurde er Prorektor am Magdeburger Gymnasium . und das er seit 1575 als Rektor zu einer der führenden deutschen Gelehrtenschulen ausbaute. Seit 1573 war R. evang. Prediger an St. Sebastian in Magdeburg, später auch am Stift St. Nikolai. Als Förderer des lateinischen und deutschen Schultheaters verfaßte er bürgerlich-moralistische Schuldramen nach antiken Mustern (u.a. Vom reichen Man und armen Lazaro, 1590). 1595 veröffentlichte R. sein Hauptwerk, das grotesk-satirische mehr als 20000 Verse umfassende Tierepos Froschmeuseler. Der Frösch und Meuse wunderbare Hoffhaltunge, eine allegorische Darstellung der Reformationszeit und ihrer Wirren, mit dem er sich als Anhänger eines irenisch gestimmten Reformationshumanismus erwies. (DBE) - Text in drei Teilen. Deutsch

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        LES ŒUVRES.

      Anvers, Arnould Coninx 1596 - DESPORTES, Philippe. LES ŒUVRES. Anvers, Arnould Coninx, 1596. Petit in-12 de (4) ff., 498 pp. (mal chif 481), (11) ff. de table. Vélin à recouvrement, titre manuscrit au dos, tranches jaspées. Reliure de l’époque. 132 X 76 mm. RARE ET BELLE EDITION DES PREMIERES ŒUVRES DE DESPORTES EN CONDITION D’EPOQUE. Elle contient les Amours de Diane, les Amours d’Hippolyte, les Dernières Amours, les Elégies, les Stances, les Imitations de l’Arioste Roland furieux, la mort de Rodomont l’imitation de la complainte de Bradamant, Angélique, les Diverses Amours, les Bergeries et masquarades et les Epitaphes. Tchemerzine, II, 888 ; Brunet, II, 648 ; Barbier, Ma bibliothèque poétique, I, n°16. Philippe Desportes (1546-1606) occupe une place de premier ordre dans l’histoire littéraire du XVIème siècle Son influence stylistique s’est imposée sur presque deux générations de poètes, du règne d’Henri II à celui de Louis XIII. Protégé par Henri IV après avoir été l'un des intimes et des conseillers les plus écoutés d'Henri III, il fut lecteur de la chambre du roi et conseiller d’Etat. Abbé mondain, il fréquenta beaucoup le salon de la comtesse de Retz à partir du début des années 1570 : il y croisait souvent Ronsard dont il devint le rival déclaré après la publication de son recueil Les Premières Œuvres, en 1573, un an après l’insuccès de la Franciade. (N. Ducimetière). Surnommé le « Tibulle français » pour la douceur de ses vers, Philippe Desportes est considéré comme occupant une place de transition non négligeable entre la Pléiade et Malherbe. Ce recueil fut immédiatement accueilli avec enthousiasme. Ce retour à la veine pétrarquiste et surtout la découverte par les lecteurs français de la manière affectée, douceâtre des Italiens de la fin du Quattrocento suscitèrent un très vif engouement. « Comme Ronsard, Philippe Desportes apporta un soin extrême aux éditions de ses vers. Impression après impression, il ajouta, retrancha ou modifia des poèmes, cherchant sans cesse à parfaire ses Premières Œuvres » (N. Ducimetière). Nos recherches au sein des Institutions publiques internationales ne nous ont permis de localiser que 5 exemplaires : Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, The British Library (UK), Harvard University, University of Arizona et Trinity College (USA). EXEMPLAIRE A BELLES MARGES CONSERVE DANS SON SEDUISANT VELIN A RECOUVREMENT DU TEMPS. LES ŒUVRES DE NOS POETES DU XVIE SIECLE CONSERVEES DANS LEUR RELIURE DE L’EPOQUE SONT RARES ET PARTICULIEREMENT RECHERCHEES. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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