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        Ignatius of Loyola Vita Ignatii Loiolæ, qui religionem clericorum Societatis Iesu instituit

      Not Stated, 1598. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Appears to be a rare abridged version of Pedro de Ribadeneyra's classic biography, first published in 1576, of Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuits. viii, 199pp. Book has been rebacked, retaining 18th century boards, new endpapers. Printer's device to title-page, but no place of publication. Internally the paper is age-toned, the odd mark, but generally clean. Slight loss to text on pages 59-60, where the paper has been worn through (see photo). Small repair to title-page. Text in Latin.

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        East Friesland antique map - Ortelius, 1598.

      East Friesland, Ostfriesland - "Frisia Orientalis"Beautiful map of east Frisian islands and the northwestern tip of Germany. With people in local costumes. Nicely ornamented inset of the Eems estuary. Based on a manuscript map of Jan Bloemaert or Johannes Florianus.Published by Abraham Ortelius in Antwerp 1598. Coloured by a later hand. Verso: French text. Size: 37,7 x 50,2 cm.price: ?1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Greek Onosandrou Strategikos Sive de imperatoris institutione Accessit Greek Ourbikiou epitedeuma Nicolaus Rigaltius publicavit latina interpretatione andamp notis illustravit

      

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        Tartariae sive Magni Chami Regni typus.

      Antwerp., 1598. [Kingdom of the Great Khan]. Size: 470 x 350 mm. Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition. This glorious map is embellished with an elegant border and a bold, imposing title cartouche in top right corner and a smaller oval cartouche in bottom left corner containing nine lines of Latin text. Natural topography is clearly delineated with the relief shown pictorially. Charming details include a couple of sailing ships, a large flying fish and two warriors in their tented camps. This beautiful and important map, still showing California as a peninsula, was much copied by other cartographers.

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        [Autograph letter in Dutch, signed, addressed to the Admiralty at Middelburg or Rotterdam.] On board the ship The Maid of Dordrecht, before Mardijk, 31 July 1642. Folio (31 x 20 cm). Letter written in brown ink on a folio bifolium, with the text on p. 1 (pp. 2-3 blank), originally folded 3 more times for sending (to 8 x 10 cm) with the address on one side and Tromp's red wax armorial seal (helmed and mantled, only the upper part surviving) on the other (now both p. 4), perforated below the seal through all 16 layers, for a ribbon or cord that does not survive.

      Autograph letter by the legendary Admiral Maarten Harpertz. Tromp (1598-1653), commander of the Dutch fleet, written on his ship De Maecht van Dort (The Maid of Dordrecht) in the English Channel near Mardijck, near Dunkirk (the Spanish had built a fort at Mardijk in 1620, demolished 1655) and addressed to the Dutch Admiralty at "Middelburg or Rotterdam" (it apparently went to Middelburg). The body of the letter contains only 10 lines but contains valuable information about Tromp's naval activities, informing the Admiralty that with the bearer of the letter he is sending them ten English ships and their captains that Tromp had captured, following the instructions sent to him on 9 July. He asks the Admiralty to take them and dispose of them as they see fit. He also asks them to send the bearer back to him immediately, as they need him urgently and the tides cannot wait. In very good condition.

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        East Friesland antique map - Ortelius, 1598.

      East Friesland, Ostfriesland - "Frisia Orientalis"Beautiful map of east Frisian islands and the northwestern tip of Germany. With people in local costumes. Nicely ornamented inset of the Eems estuary. Based on a manuscript map of Jan Bloemaert or Johannes Florianus.Published by Abraham Ortelius in Antwerp 1598. Coloured by a later hand. Verso: French text. Size: 37,7 x 50,2 cm.price: ?1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Phytognomonica Octo libris contenta; in quibus nova, facillimaque affertur methodus, qua plantarum, animalium, metallorum; rerum denique omnium ex prima extimae faciei inspectione quivis abditas vires assequatur. Frankfurt, Johann Wechel and Peter Fischer, 1591. 8vo. With title-page printed in red and black, woodcut printer's device, woodcut author's portrait on the back of the title-page and 32 woodcuts in text illustrating plants and their similarity to the various parts of the body. Later vellum.

      - Arber, pp. 208-210; BMC NH, p. 1598; Nissen, BBI 463; VD 16, P4331; Wood, p. 522; DSB XI, pp. 95-98; cf. Hunter 158 (first ed). Second edition of Porta's work on the doctrine of signatures and it is sometimes held that he was the real originator of this doctrine. Giambattista della Porta (1535-1615) believed that the external form of man indicates his internal qualities. Expanding this theory to plants, he maintained that the external form of plants reveals their internal healing powers. The plants that resemble particular parts of the body should be considered as suitable medication for illnesses in those particular body parts. "The back view of a human head with a thick crop of hair is introduced into the block with the Maidenhair Fern, which is an ancient specific for baldness; a Pomegranate with its seeds exposed, and a plant of "Toothwort," with its hard, white scale-leaves, are represented in the same figure as a set of human teeth" (Arber, p. 209). Porta also discusses the resemblance of plants and animal parts. A study of the character of the animal would provide clues to the medical qualities of the resembling plant. Phytognomonica was first published in Naples in 1588.In very good condition.

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        Autograph letter in Dutch, signed, addressed to the Admiralty at Middelburg or Rotterdam.] On board the ship The Maid of Dordrecht, before Mardijk, 31 July 1642. Folio (31 x 20 cm). Letter written in brown ink on a folio bifolium, with the text on p. 1 (pp. 2-3 blank), originally folded 3 more times for sending (to 8 x 10 cm) with the address on one side and Tromp's red wax armorial seal (helmed and mantled, only the upper part surviving) on the other (now both p. 4), perforated below the seal through all 16 layers, for a ribbon or cord that does not survive.

      - Autograph letter by the legendary Admiral Maarten Harpertz. Tromp (1598-1653), commander of the Dutch fleet, written on his ship De Maecht van Dort (The Maid of Dordrecht) in the English Channel near Mardijck, near Dunkirk (the Spanish had built a fort at Mardijk in 1620, demolished 1655) and addressed to the Dutch Admiralty at "Middelburg or Rotterdam" (it apparently went to Middelburg). The body of the letter contains only 10 lines but contains valuable information about Tromp's naval activities, informing the Admiralty that with the bearer of the letter he is sending them ten English ships and their captains that Tromp had captured, following the instructions sent to him on 9 July. He asks the Admiralty to take them and dispose of them as they see fit. He also asks them to send the bearer back to him immediately, as they need him urgently and the tides cannot wait. In very good condition.

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        Dissegni degl'apparati fatti in Bologna per la venuta di N. S. Papa Clemente VIII l'anno M.D.XCVIII. intagliati da Guido Reni.

      Presso Gioseffo Longhi, senza data di stampa ma seconda metà del '600, Bologna - Rarissima edizione seicentesca illustrata da 9 incisioni a piena pagina di Guido Reni, eseguita per la prima volta nel 1598 dallo Stampatore Vittorio Benacci (Seniore) con 8 tavole e ristampata l'anno successivo con 9. La presente ristampa del Longhi (attivo nella seconda metà del '600) utilizza le medesime 9 lastre originali eseguite dal Reni, che per la prima volta viene annunciato al frontespizio, il quale firmò la sola ultima tavola "Guid. fe.". Magnifico esemplare composto da 10 carte a pieni margini in barbe, frontespizio e 9 tavole, su fogli singoli stampati al solo recto, ancora legati tipograficamente con semplice cordino al margine superiore (foto). Raro ed affascinante. Editorialmente privo di legatura o brossura. Conservato in cartelletta rigida moderna su misura, pp. 2, 9 Tavole incise, in 4° grande [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Geografia, cioè descrittione universale della terra partita in due volumi... riscontrati e corretti dal Sig. Gio. Ant. Magini padovano... Dal latino in italiano tradotta dal R.D. Leonardo Cernoti vinitiano. -

      Venezia, Galignani, 1598. In - folio. Solida legatura del '700 in pelle, dorso con nervi. Diverse silografie n.t., un planisfero a piena pagina inc. in rame e 63 belle carte geografiche a mezza pagina finemente incise in rame da Giacomo Porro: 3 mappamondi, 33 carte dell'Europa, 20 dell'Asia, 6 dell'Africa, una dell'America. (2), 62, 21, (14), 212, (30) ff.; manca il foglio bianco dd4; buon esemplare, accuratamente rinfrescato, completo del planisfero che spesso manca. Prima edizione italiana della celebre geografia del Tolomeo curata dal noto cosmografo e matematico padovano Magini (1555 - 1617). «Bella edizione... Abbiamo registrato quest'opera per i commentarj fattivi dal Magini nella I.ª parte, ove espone il sistema dell'universo secondo la dottrina di Tolomeo» (Riccardi II, 67). Sabin 66506. Nordenskiöld p. 28: «A handsomly illuminated translation into Italian of the Ptolomy of Maginus...». First Italian edition. With a full - page engraved double - hemisphere map of the world, and 63 finely engr. half page maps. Lacking preliminary blank leaf dd4. An expertly washed and good copy bound in 18th century calf, spine with raised bands.

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        Thusciae Descriptio Auctore Hieronymo Bellarmato.

      1598 - Antwerp, c.1598. Dutch text edition. Original hand colour. 320 x 500mm. First published 1570, this map of Tuscany was based on a four-sheet map by Girolamo Bell'Armato, 1536. This example comes from a very scarce printing: van den Broecke extimates that only 100 were printed, and these were spread over three issues; 1598, 1610 & 1613. VAN DEN BROECKE: 130.

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        Dell' Anotomia e dell' infermita del cavallo.

      Bologna: Heirs of Giovanni Rossi, 1598. First edition, the highly scarce first issue, of "one of the great rarities of early zootomical literature" (Cole, p. 90), with illustrations considered comparable to those in Vesalius' Fabrica. "The unusual rarity of the first edition might be partially explained by the fact that a portion of the sheets of the first edition were reissued the following year by Gaspare Bindoni in Venice. Copies of this second issue, which is also rare, contain a cancel title and a different dedication leaf, changing the dedication to Ceìsar, Duke of Vendôme, natural son of Henri IV" (Norman). "His book is the first devoted to the anatomy of an animal, and is one of the finest achievements of the heroic age of Anatomy" (Singer, The Evolution of Anatomy, p. 153, with three plates reproduced). "At the hands of Ruini the subject of equine anatomy jumped at a single bound from the blackest ignorance to relative perfection, the degree of which it is difficult to exaggerate" (Smith, The Early History of Veterinary Literature and its British Development, Vol. 1, p. 209). "As the author of the first book devoted exclusively to the structure of an animal other than man, Ruini ranks among the founders of both comparative anatomy and veterinary medicine. This is all the more remarkable as he was not a physician, or even a veterinarian, but a Bolognese aristocrat, senator, and high-ranking lawyer. Following the example of Vesalius, Ruini stressed the importance of "artful instruction" about all parts of the horse's body, the diseases that afflict them, and their cures. The first part of his work gives an exhaustive treatment of equine anatomy, with especially good accounts of the sense organs; it is illustrated with sixty-four full-page woodcuts, of which the last three, showing a stripped horse in a landscape setting, were clearly inspired by the Vesalian "muscleman" plates. The second part of the work deals with equine diseases and their cures from a traditional Hippocratic-Galenic standpoint. Some scholars, basing their arguments on Ruini's description of the horse's heart and blood vessels, believe that Ruini was active in the discovery of the greater and lesser circulatory systems. This is unlikely, but it is probable that he was one of many at that time who had a notion of the circulation of the blood" (Norman). Provenance: Ex-libris 'Ad uso di Paolo Marendi[a] Salecchi'; another ex-libris crossed out on title. From the library of Jean Blondelet. "Jean Blondelet was probably the greatest, but least known, French collector of rare medical and scientific books in the 20th century." (Jeremy Norman). ?Bird 2111; Dibner 186; Durling 3991 (all the second issue); Garrison and Morton 285; Mortimer (Italian) 448; Norman 1858; Cole, History of comparative anatomy, p. 83 et seq. (with 9 plates reproduced). "In the first volume, which deals mainly with anatomy, Ruini includes notes on physiology that reflect his teleological Galenic approach. In the first book the morphology of the head is described in detail. The second book deals with the neck and its organs, the lungs, the heart, and the thoracic muscles, blood vessels, and nerves. The third book covers the liver, spleen, kidneys, stomach, intestines, peritoneum, and bladder. The structures of these organs and their positions are described, as are the lumbosacral region and its muscles, blood vessels, and nerves. The fourth book describes the genital system, and the fifth deals with the extremities. Volume II deals specifically with equine diseases and their cures. Explaining that he has followed the methods used by Aristotle, Hippocrates, and Galen to describe the human body, Ruini considers equine pathology, beginning with conditions of a general nature, such as fever, before progressing to descriptions of specific diseases. He considered it necessary to place pathology on a constitutional foundation because he believed that from knowledge of the horse's physical disposition one could more easily understand the nature of disease; also, from knowing the age of the horse, one could determine the appropriate treatment at any phase of an illness. At the beginning of the first book, Ruini discusses at length the four Galenic humors (choleric, sanguine, phlegmatic, and melancholic) and ways of telling a horse's age. He then offers a detailed analysis of fever, distinguishing three types, giving general causes and a general cure, and discussing fevers of various origins. "The second book considers various types of horse in regard to humoral pathology, using criteria based essentially on the concept of the four qualities (hot, cold, moist, dry). Ruini then examines a series of "affections" of the brain: frenzy, rage or fury, and insanity, leading to convulsions and paralysis. The book concludes with the diseases of the neck. In the third book Ruini describes the diseases of the heart and the lungs; in the fourth, the afflictions of the digestive tract, from diarrhea to jaundice; and in the fifth, hernia, diseases of the testicles and penis, and problems of obstetrics. The sixth book deals with the diseases of the legs. "On the whole, Ruini's treatise was still closely bound to the Scholastic tradition. It does, however, show the effort made by its author, who must certainly have known the work of Vesalius, to produce a work that would manifest the new direction being taken by sixteenth-century anatomy. Because it was so traditional, his treatment of pathology, although minutely detailed, is less valuable than his study of anatomy. A pioneer in the latter field, Ruini deserves to be ranked among the founders of comparative anatomy, along with Vesalius, Belon, Rondelet, and Coiter" (DSB). "The artist who designed the figures for Ruini may have been from the same Titian workshop that Vesalius used; at the very least, they show the same attention to detail, realism, and dynamism as those in the Fabrica. A side-by-side comparison of images from both texts confirms hoe deliberate were Ruini's replications. For example, he offers an ecorché head that approximates those we find in the Fabrica, as well as other contemporary anatomies. His horses give up their anatomical secrets while in motion, or awkwardly elongated for the convenience of the observer, or are portrayed in static poses "suspended" by ribbons or ropes (perhaps an ironic twist on Vesalius's propped de-muscled skeletons). Ruini's diagrams of nerves and blood vessels resemble similar pictures for various of the human anatomies, some in full abstraction from the body, others in the context of the horse's full physical form ... "Why would an animal anatomy, and specifically one of the horse, have merited such an elaborate and beautifully illustrated volume as Ruini's? And if an author were determined to create one of an animal species, why not an anatomy of the ape, or the dog, or the pig, all of which are far closer in physiology to humans and more commonly dissected by anatomists? Indeed, the horse is quite distant, anatomically speaking, from humans, and its physiology has little bearing on knowledge of human bodies. It would seem an anomalous undertaking, given the importance of Vesalius and the human anatomists for Ruini's project. The obvious reason has to do with the horse's traditional position in a hierarchy of creatures as a "noble" beast ... For Ruini, the horse is "endowed with so many both commendable and rare qualities that one does not find in any other being deprived of reason" ... In Ruini's estimation, the horse combines "great love of man" with natural docility and is so celebrated for its many ways to bring "pleasure and assistance" to man that it is everywhere commemorated in monuments, tombs, poetry, and paintings ... "Another possible explanation for his choice of species derives from Ruini's social and educational position vis-à-vis the medical establishment ... Ruini was an educated Bolognese layman, possibly a lawyer and a senator with no special training in medicine, and so could clearly not participate directly in the human medical revolution of his generation as a physician or human anatomist. He was, however, tutored by the Aristotelian philosopher Claudio Betti, and had a large "collection" of horses; thus, "although lacking membership in the university," he was "able to conduct the studies reflected in his early and only masterpiece" ... One of the advances that Vesalius's Fabrica and other anatomy texts effected was the extension of new forms and domains of knowledge through printed sources to those with an interest in them and the wealth to purchase them. The actual practice of anatomy and the dissection of humans, however, was limited to those in professional training, something a gentleman like Ruini could not attempt. But the concept of amassing medical knowledge and contributing to the burgeoning field of anatomical study was both seductive and available to a well-educated and wealthy gentleman like Ruini; being tutored by an expert in natural philosophy made Ruini a budding scientist himself, an aspirant whose gentlemanly status would not be compromised by amateur writing on a related field" (Raber, Animal Bodies, Renaissance Culture, pp. 46-54). Carlo Ruini (ca. 1530-1598) died before his work was published but his son Ottavio saw it through the press. A total of 15 editions appeared between 1598 and 1769; the original blocks were only used for this first, and were then recut for the 1618 and subsequent editions. Two vols. in one, folio (322 x 225 mm), contemporary unrestored vellum with manuscript lettering to spine, pp. [4] 1-295 [1], [32]; [2:part-title] [2:blank] 1-386 [28], 64 full-page woodcut illustrations accompanied by printed keys, some light spotting through (much less than is usually found in this work). A very fine copy in strictly contemporary state and with no restorations at all. Highly scarce in such fine condition.

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        Abrégé des principes de la physique de Descartes.

      fin XVIIe siècle. ____ Manuscrit non publié sur la physique et la philosophie de Descartes. C'est une exposition très claire de l'oeuvre de Descartes, et l'auteur cite abondament ses différents ouvrages. Il commente, analyse et parfois critique la pensée cartésienne, mais apparaît comme un de ses partisans. Il expose aussi la physique d'Aristote et de ses "sectateurs", et en montre les erreurs. Il fait appel aux écrits de philosophes de l'Antiquité et de quelques pères de l'église : Saint Augustin, Thomas d'Acquin... Par là, il se montre soucieux d'accorder cette "nouvelle physique" avec les enseignements de l'Eglise. Parmi ses contemporains cités, nous avons relevés : - les oeuvres de "Regius", souvent citées [ i. e. Henri de Roy ou Le Roy, dit Regius (1598-1679), professeur de médecine à l'Université d'Utrecht, Regius a été un des disciples les plus actifs de Descartes.] - Jean-Baptiste Denis. "M. Denis a dit dans une de ses Conférences qu'il a fait cette expérience." [Jean-Baptiste Denis a publié des "Conférences", un périodique scientifique qui rivalisait avec le Journal des savans, entre 1672 à 1674]. - "Cordemoy, Discours de la distinction du corps et de l'âme". [Géraud de Cordemoy (1626 - 1684) est connu pour avoir repensé la théorie cartésienne de la causalité).] Table des chapitres : - Des principes du corps naturel. De la matiére. De la forme. De l'âme. De l'union de l'âme avec le corps. Du mouvement. De la production, continuation du mouvement. De la détermination du mouvement. De la composition du mouvement et de sa détermination. Du dur et du liquide. Du feu. Le manuscrit semble n'avoir jamais été achevé et de nombreux feuillets sont restés vierges en fin du volume. Sur son auteur : Le Ccfr nous révéle la présence d'un manuscrit au titre semblable à la bibliothèque de Marseille : "Abbrégé des principes de la physique de M. Descartes." Avec cette note : On lit au fol. 318 : "Ce traité n'a pas esté achevé à cause que l'autheur est mort en le composant". Il est relié dans un recueil de pièces, provenant du séminaire d'Aix en Provence, dont l'une, au moins, est signée de Louis Thomassin. Louis Thomassin (1619 -1695) était un prêtre de l'Oratoire et cet ordre a joué un rôle prépondérant dans la diffusion de la philosophie de Descartes. Cela n'a donc rien d'étonnant que l'auteur de ce manuscrit soit un membre de l'Oratoire. Dans ses nombreux collèges, l'ordre cultiva les sciences sous l'inspiration de Descartes, contrairement au Jésuites qui s'y opposérent âprement. Malebranche, qui sur tant de points s'inspira de Descartes, appartenait à la congrégation de l'Oratoire. Manques de cuir aux coiffes. Les pages 233 à 280 ont été reliées par erreur après la page 376. Une illustration à la plume p. 242. L'écriture est très lisible.*****. In-4. Collation : 403 pp. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Wiismaria. [Wismar. General view from "Civitates Orbis Terrarum"].

      Braun & Hogenberg, Cologne, Germany 1598 - Hand-colored copper engraving by Braun & Hogenberg. From Vol. V page 46 of Civitates Orbis Terrarum. Measures 38.2cm x 50.5 cm. Minor staining at edges, with a few tears to margins or extreme edge of image. Minor soiling to image, and minimal wear at center fold. Text printed on the reverse of one page. The hand-coloring is early.

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        The Bible: That is, the Holy Scriptures conteined in the Olde and New Testament: Translated According to the Ebrew and Greeke, and Conferred with the Best translations in Diuers Languages. With most Probable Annotations Vpon All the Hard Places.

      London: Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie, 1598. Octavo. . 190, 127, 116, 11 leaves. The New Testament was printed in 1597. Not in Herbert or Darlow and Moule. However, clearly an octavo variant of Herbert 244 normally issued as a quarto often bound with the Apocrypha (which would have been anathema to the Puritans for whom this published octavo edition would have been published). The thousands of notes were translated from the French edition which had been edited by John Calvin. Often those who prepared notes would emphasize justification by faith in the Geneva Bible and make negative remarks at the papacy often buried in the marginal notes. The octavo editions were still expensive though they would have cost less than a week's wages for the lowest-paid workers. Though the small editions often lacked illustrations or maps, this copy has many illustrations including the items of the tabernacle, the temple, and the map of the Holy Land with a list of all the towns noted in the four gospels with coordinates to enable the reader to see the relationship of the major towns. This illustrates how carefully the Puritans read the text and wished to know what it meant when the passages would note the travels of Jesus including the identification of Ior from whence the Iordan [Jordan] River floweth. This also is, of course, a "Breeches Bible" thus, Genesis 3:7 reads that when they saw they were naked, they sewed "figge tree leaves together, and made themselves breeches" [later changed in King James to read "aprons".] The Geneva Bible was the first English Bible to use verse numbers based on the work of Stephanus and contains an elaborate system of commentary in marginal glosses. Even the large section preceding the Book or Revelation where the author notes he will issue in a few lines (over 120 in small print) his thoughts on the books. This edition concludes with a dictionary of Bible names of people and places. The Geneva Bible was not only the Bible of Shakespeare, John Donne, and John Knox but also continued to be the favorite Bible of the Puritans for two generations after the 1611 King James was first issued. Bound in an early 20th century binding of full two toned pigskin binding, raised bands with compartments fully lettered and decorated in blind, upper edges of leaves trimmed close, some toning upper edge of some leaves with staining, previous owner's name Colin Lawton Johnson, some contemporary notes to verso of tile pages. A very good copy.

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        An historical collection, of the most memorable accidents, and tragicall massacres of France, under the raignes of Henry. 2. Francis. 2. Charles. 9. Henry. 3. Henry. 4. now living. Conteining all the troubles therein happened, during the said kings times, until this present yeare, 1598.

      London: Thomas Creede, 1598. First English language edition. Hardcover. Small folio. Lacking preliminary blank leaf, thus pp. [10], 310, 292, [4]. Page numbering is erratic. Leaf Ee3 is mis-signed as F3, but all leaves are present and in order. The title page contains a woodcut vignette/device. Each chapter begins with a woodcut decorative head piece and an initial. Bound in full dark brown modern calf with blind tooled borders and stamps after an early period style. The upper part of the title page is age-toned / tanned; a professionally sealed 7 cm. tear runs from the gutter part way across the upper portion of the title and is difficult to detect on first sight; a couple of tiny chips on the top edge are restored. Interior pages are generally attractive but with occasional mild age-toning and periodic faint marginal damp staining. A small repair patch is present on the inner margins of leaves A6 and V6. A tear on leaf V6 (also carefully sealed) extends vertically about 8.5 cm from the lower gutter and part way into the text (but causing almost no obscuration). Printed by Thomas Creede, who is best known for issuing dramatic works including some of Shakespeare?s plays. The book is divided into two parts. The first part is a translation of ?Recueil des choses mémorables avenues en France sous le règne de Henri II, François II, Charles IX, Henri III, et Henri IV.? This work is generally attributed to either Simon Goulart or Jean de Serres, and was first printed in French (no place or publisher) in 1595 and again in 1598 ? expanded to include the reign of Henri IV up to the year 1597. [See Brunet IV, 1161-1162]. The second part (with new pagination) provides translated selections from Pierre Matthieu?s, 4 part ?Histoire des derniers troubles de France? (first published in Lyons 1594-95). A section at the end is titled ?a brief recitall of the most memorable things which came to passé in Fraunce, under the raigne of Henry the fourth, ?until the middle of the Yeare, 1598? which, if written by Matthieu, may possibly represent the first printing of some amendments which Matthieu later added to the second edition of his ?Histoire? printed in 1600. This collection provides interesting testaments to the wars of religion in France during the 16th century. A separate 4 page tract at the end is titled: ?A true discourse concerning the deliverie of Brittaine, in the yeare 1598.? [ESTC S121331; USTC 513796; Lowndes, p. 831; Hazlitt, Biblio. Collections 2nd Series, p. 231].

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        Künstliche Zerlegung des gantzen Menschlichen Leibes. Anfangs in Lateinischer Sprache beschrieben / und mit vielen schönen Figuren gezieret von dem Hochgelährten und Weitberühmten Herrn D. Joanne Veslingio, Anatom. Pharmac. und Botanic. in der löbl. Hohen-Schule zu Padua gewesenen Professore Itzo aber / Allen Wund-Aertzten zu sonderbaren höchstersprießlichen Nutzen / ins Teutsche übersetzt durch Gerhardum Blasium.

      Ca. 16,5 x 10 cm. (14) S., 333 S., (34) Seiten. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 47 (davon einer doppelblattgroßen) Kupferstichtafeln. Blindgeprägter Ledereinband der Zeit. "Johann Vesling, geb. zu Minden 1598, gest. zu Padua am 30. August 1649 hielt sich längere Zeit in Aegypten und Palästina auf, wurde 1632 Professor der Anatomie in Padua, bald auch Director des botanischen Gartens daselbst. ... Als Professor der Anatomie schrieb er ein gutes und vielgebrauchtes Handbuch: Syntagma anatomicum, 1641 ... ins Deutsche von Ger. Blaes 1652 ... (Die Kupfertafeln) sind aber meistens Originale, stellen einige Theile anatomisch richtiger als die Vorgänger dar und haben zu ihrer Zeit grosse Verbreitung gefunden. " (Choulant S. 91). "Seine (Veslings) Vorlesungen waren hier derartig frequentirt, daß einmal sogar unter der Wucht der andrängenden Zuhörer das Auditorium zusammengebrochen sein soll." (J. Pagel in ADB 39, S. 648 ff). Rücken mit ca. 2,5 cm langer Fehlstelle im Leder, Schließen fehlen. Ein Blatt mit Randfehlstelle (mit geringem Textverlust). Seiten etwas gebräunt und teils minimal angerändert.

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        Essequie della sacra cattolica real maesta del re di Spagna D. Filippo II. D'Austria. C

      First Edition. Rare. Title in an engraved frame. Arms of Philip II title page and brand of printer and colophon on the last page. Paperback, covered with a modern green paper. The back of the paper is gone. Funeral of Philip II of Spain (who died in 1598) given by the Grand Duke of Tuscany in Florence, Pitti Vicentio described by Ferdinand II de 'Medici, which was related to Philip II because he was the son of Mary Magdalene of Austria and Cosimo II de 'Medici. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Nella stamperia del Sermatelli In Firenze (Florence) 1598 in-4 (15,5x21cm) 76pp. broché

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        An historical collection, of the most memorable accidents, and tragicall massacres of France, under the raignes of Henry. 2. Francis. 2. Charles. 9. Henry. 3. Henry. 4. now living. Conteining all the troubles therein happened, during the said kings times, until this present yeare, 1598.

      Thomas Creede, London 1598 - Small folio. Lacking preliminary blank leaf, thus pp. [10], 310, 292, [4]. Page numbering is erratic. Leaf Ee3 is mis-signed as F3, but all leaves are present and in order. The title page contains a woodcut vignette/device. Each chapter begins with a woodcut decorative head piece and an initial. Bound in full dark brown modern calf with blind tooled borders and stamps after an early period style. The upper part of the title page is age-toned / tanned; a professionally sealed 7 cm. tear runs from the gutter part way across the upper portion of the title and is difficult to detect on first sight; a couple of tiny chips on the top edge are restored. Interior pages are generally attractive but with occasional mild age-toning and periodic faint marginal damp staining. A small repair patch is present on the inner margins of leaves A6 and V6. A tear on leaf V6 (also carefully sealed) extends vertically about 8.5 cm from the lower gutter and part way into the text (but causing almost no obscuration). Printed by Thomas Creede, who is best known for issuing dramatic works including some of Shakespeare’s plays. The book is divided into two parts. The first part is a translation of "Recueil des choses mémorables avenues en France sous le règne de Henri II, François II, Charles IX, Henri III, et Henri IV." This work is generally attributed to either Simon Goulart or Jean de Serres, and was first printed in French (no place or publisher) in 1595 and again in 1598 – expanded to include the reign of Henri IV up to the year 1597. [See Brunet IV, 1161-1162]. The second part (with new pagination) provides translated selections from Pierre Matthieu’s, 4 part "Histoire des derniers troubles de France" (first published in Lyons 1594-95). A section at the end is titled "a brief recitall of the most memorable things which came to passé in Fraunce, under the raigne of Henry the fourth, until the middle of the Yeare, 1598" which, if written by Matthieu, may possibly represent the first printing of some amendments which Matthieu later added to the second edition of his "Histoire" printed in 1600. This collection provides interesting testaments to the wars of religion in France during the 16th century. A separate 4 page tract at the end is titled: "A true discourse concerning the deliverie of Brittaine, in the yeare 1598." [ESTC S121331; USTC 513796; Lowndes, p. 831; Hazlitt, Biblio. Collections 2nd Series, p. 231]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Della fabbrica et uso di diversi stromenti di Astronomia et Cosmografia...

      Venice: Ruberto Meietti, 1598. Quarto, engraved title with instruments, a folding plate, numerous woodcuts in the text, and three plates with working volvelles (those on pp. 149 and 150 showing the upper and lower part of the hemisphere, and the one on p. 153, with one fixed and three movable parts, showing the upper part of the globe as seen from the latitude of Venice); two gatherings slightly toned, 18th-century half calf, patterned paper sides. First edition of this very scarce book, a 'handsome treatise on the fabrication and use of astronomical and navigational instruments... ' (Shirley). Gallucci's comprehensive summary of the state of contemporary knowledge of astronomy, cosmography and mathematics, is particularly concerned with the use of scientific instruments. The fine woodcut illustrations include three working volvelles with moving parts, one of which depicts a complete southern hemisphere, with a scattering of islands in the location of Australia.Gallucci discusses the works of Apianus, Gemma Frisius, Stoeffler, Oronce Fine, Scarani and Santbech, and details Rojas's Planisferum, and many of his inventions like the Hemisphero uranico, the nautical quadrant, and the armillary astrolabe. For some of the instruments this is the only description available.This important book was not known to Singer (A History of Technology), and is not recorded by Alden and Landis (European Americana), although two of the maps clearly show America. Adams (G166) describes a copy with only two plates with volvelles, as seems to be the case with several surviving copies; the present copy however has all three working volvelles with their moving parts intact. Despite its rarity this book is recorded in two issues which differ only in the date of the imprint, here 1598 while some copies are recorded with a 1597 date. Some minor wear to lower board, endpapers sympathetically replaced at some date.

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        Meydburgensis Atchi Episcopatus". Kolorierte Original Kupferstichkarte von Metellus aus seiner „ Germania Superior. Inferior descripta". 1598

      - Köln 1598. Blattgröße ca. 24,5 x 34 cm.- Rückseitig mit Text in Latein. Farbe schlägt etwas durch. – Unter Passepartout montiert. c2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000

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        Abrégé des principes de la physique de Descartes.

      fin XVIIe siècle. ____ Manuscrit non publié sur la physique et la philosophie de Descartes. C'est une exposition très claire de l'oeuvre de Descartes, et l'auteur cite abondament ses différents ouvrages. Il commente, analyse et parfois critique la pensée cartésienne, mais apparaît comme un de ses partisans. Il expose aussi la physique d'Aristote et de ses "sectateurs", et en montre les erreurs. Il fait appel aux écrits de philosophes de l'Antiquité et de quelques pères de l'église : Saint Augustin, Thomas d'Acquin... Par là, il se montre soucieux d'accorder cette "nouvelle physique" avec les enseignements de l'Eglise. Parmi ses contemporains cités, nous avons relevés : - les oeuvres de "Regius", souvent citées [ i. e. Henri de Roy ou Le Roy, dit Regius (1598-1679), professeur de médecine à l'Université d'Utrecht, Regius a été un des disciples les plus actifs de Descartes.] - Jean-Baptiste Denis. "M. Denis a dit dans une de ses Conférences qu'il a fait cette expérience." [Jean-Baptiste Denis a publié des "Conférences", un périodique scientifique qui rivalisait avec le Journal des savans, entre 1672 à 1674]. - "Cordemoy, Discours de la distinction du corps et de l'âme". [Géraud de Cordemoy (1626 - 1684) est connu pour avoir repensé la théorie cartésienne de la causalité).] Table des chapitres : - Des principes du corps naturel. De la matiére. De la forme. De l'âme. De l'union de l'âme avec le corps. Du mouvement. De la production, continuation du mouvement. De la détermination du mouvement. De la composition du mouvement et de sa détermination. Du dur et du liquide. Du feu. Le manuscrit semble n'avoir jamais été achevé et de nombreux feuillets sont restés vierges en fin du volume. Sur son auteur : Le Ccfr nous révéle la présence d'un manuscrit au titre semblable à la bibliothèque de Marseille : "Abbrégé des principes de la physique de M. Descartes." Avec cette note : On lit au fol. 318 : "Ce traité n'a pas esté achevé à cause que l'autheur est mort en le composant". Il est relié dans un recueil de pièces, provenant du séminaire d'Aix en Provence, dont l'une, au moins, est signée de Louis Thomassin. Louis Thomassin (1619 -1695) était un prêtre de l'Oratoire et cet ordre a joué un rôle prépondérant dans la diffusion de la philosophie de Descartes. Cela n'a donc rien d'étonnant que l'auteur de ce manuscrit soit un membre de l'Oratoire. Dans ses nombreux collèges, l'ordre cultiva les sciences sous l'inspiration de Descartes, contrairement au Jésuites qui s'y opposérent âprement. Malebranche, qui sur tant de points s'inspira de Descartes, appartenait à la congrégation de l'Oratoire. Manques de cuir aux coiffes. Les pages 233 à 280 ont été reliées par erreur après la page 376. Une illustration à la plume p. 242. L'écriture est très lisible.*****. In-4. Collation : 403 pp. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Prima pars descriptionis itineris navalis in Indiam Orientalem...

      Amsterdam: Cornelis Nicolaus, 1598. Quarto, folding engraved plate, engraved map on the title-page, 48 engraved maps and illustrations; several woodcut coastal profiles and charts in the text; neat library-stamps on title; an excellent copy in old boards, in calf. Rare voyage account, whose wonderful series of maps and illustrations celebrates the exoticism and novelty of places and peoples, goods and natural history being discovered by Dutchmen seeking out trading chances in the world's farthest reaches. This was the first trading fleet sent by the Dutch to the East Indies, comprising four ships sent out in 1595 under the command of Cornelis de Houtman and Pieter Dirckz, three of which returned to the Netherlands in 1597. Their venture prompted the departure of several further fleets, culminating in the establishment of the VOC in 1602. This narrative is based on the original journal of Lodewyckszoon, one of the officers of the fleet, who sailed aboard the Mauritius, and differs substantially from the other original description of the voyage that survives, which has been attributed to Pieter Stockmans and others. One of the many significant geographical achievements of Houtman's voyage was that by sailing round Java it proved that it could not be part of the supposed southland (see Schilder, Australia Unveiled, ch. VI). The map on the title-page of this account shows the oceans and coasts navigated between Europe and the East Indies, including the promontory of a southern continent, with the names "Beach", "Lucach" and "Maletur", in close proximity to an island, "Java Minor".Lach points out that the book "contains the first continuous account of Bali in any European language, Its prosperity is described in... great detail... ". The long and detailed description of Java is probably derived from Portuguese accounts, and "contains information about Portuguese trade and forts in the Moluccas where De Houtman's ships did not visit. Perhaps it came from Pedro de Tayde, the Malaccan-born Portuguese pilot who was so helpful to De Houtman's men in Bantam. In any case, it has not been found in any of the printed Portuguese sources".This is the first edition in Latin of this narrative: editions in Dutch and French were also published in Amsterdam in the same year. The engraved maps and illustrations are common to all three editions and are listed by Tiele (pp. 125-7), who notes that the folding plate of the bazaar at Bantam (present in this copy) is nearly always lacking. Respined.

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        In Institutiones Iuris Civilis A Iustiniano Compositas Commentarius...

      1598. First Edition of an Important Commentary on the Institutes Vultejus, Hermann [1555-1634]. In Institutiones Iuris Civilis A Iustiniano Compositas Commentarius: Additi Sunt In Fine Indices Sex, Operi Ipsi Accommodatissimi. Marburg: Apud Paulum Egenolphum, 1598. [viii], 890, [54] pp. Quarto (8" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary paneled pigskin with elaborate blind tooling, raised bands and somewhat later hand-lettered title and tiny hand-lettered shelf label to spine, ties lacking. Some soiling and a few minor stains, spine darkened, minor edgewear, corners lightly bumped, front free endpaper detached. Toning to text, occasional light browning, foxing in a few places. Filled-in 3" x 1" hole in preliminary leaf (part of dedication) with some loss to text. Early owner annotation to front pastedown, neat underlining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. $2,950. * First edition. Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis preserved and restated all existing Roman law. It has four books: the Code, Novels, Institutes and Digest. Intended for students, the Institutes is a synopsis of the reformed legal system. It supplanted the earlier Institutes of Gaius. Vultejus was a notable legal scholar and professor at the University of Marburg, where he also taught Greek. In later years he served as a diplomat and was raised to the nobility by Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II. In Institutiones Iuris Civilis is an extensive article-by-article commentary on the Institutes. It was a work of authority that went through five later editions, the last one in 1630. All are scarce, especially in North American law libraries; OCLC locates 1 copy of this edition (in the Library of Congress). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts V2823.

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        The Countess of Pembrokes Arcadia. Now the Third Time Published, with sundry new additions of the same Author.

      Folio. London: Imprinted [by Richard Field] for William Ponsonbie, 1598. Folio, [6], 576 pp. Title within elaborate woodcut frame. Contemporary mottled calf, raised bands, rebacked. Title within woodcut border, with the initial blank, woodcut headpieces and initials. Preliminary blank absent, title, first, and last leaf washed and pressed, some browning and spotting throughout, pinhole worming intermittently in bottom gutter and tiny pinholes to a few leaves mid-foredge. With some damp stains and spots, overall a good copy complete without the first blank. Leather bookplate of C. A. and V. Baldwin. An acceptable copy of the truly rare third edition of one of the most important Elizabethan literary texts. The Evelyn-Garden-Pirie copy also with some repairs and flaws was the last copy to appear at auction ($56,000 2016). William Ponsonby’s edition reprinted by Sidney’s sister, the Countess of Pembroke, is considered the definitive text of his works to that time, opening with Arcadia, followed by the first printing of Certaine Sonets, which Sidney probably wrote between 1577 and 1581, The Defence of Poesie, and Astrophel and Stella. William Shakespeare borrowed from Arcadia for the Gloucester subplot of King Lear; traces of the work's influence may also be found in Hamlet and The Winter's Tale. Other dramatizations also occurred: Samuel Daniel's The Queen's Arcadia, John Day's The Isle of Gulls, Beaumont and Fletcher's Cupid's Revenge, the anonymous Mucedorus, a play of the Shakespeare Apocrypha, and, most overtly, in James Shirley's The Arcadia. C. S. Lewis describes Arcadia as “Shakespeare’s book, Charles I’s book, Milton’s book, Lamb’s book, our own book” (English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, 1954, 333). The rarity and significance of this 1598 edition was noted by Quaritch in 1930 (cat. 436 English History and Literature #1645): “Very rare... It may be regarded without exaggeration as one of the most important Elizabethan prose works.” Provenance: John Howell-Books (cost code in back): sold to Virginia Hobart (m. Baldwin): C. A. and V. Baldwin book plate: Mary Ann Gibbons (née Baldwin). STC 22541; ESTC S111864; Grolier/Langland to Wither 215. Britwell Handlist p. 896. Woof, Hebron, and Woof, English Poetry, pp. 47-51. Several copies listed on ESTC appear to be ghosts, electronic versions, or imperfect -- e.g. the Folger has three copies, all imperfect.

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        I casi degl'huomini illustri. Di messer Giovan Boccaccio. tradotti ... in volgare per M. Giuseppe Betussi. Con vna nuoua giunta fatta per Messer Francesco Serdonati

      Per Filippo Giunti. First Edition. Rare. Printing Florentine Italics. Sheepskin half black middle nineteenth. Author, title and golden time. Friction. Copy costs. This work of Boccaccio was originally written in Latin, De casibus virorum illustrium, ie Illustrious Men. Under the influence of Petrarch, Boccaccio returned to Latin in the latter part of his work (between 1365 and 1366) and left the Tuscan for which he had done so much. It was during this contemporary that he composed the biography of treaties as genealogia De deorum, which brings together for the first time all the mythological notions. The book was dedicated to e Cosimo de Medici. These illustrious men are biased to Greek and Roman Antiquity (The first copies of the Iliad and the Odyssey are due to Boccaccio, who brought them to Greece.) And the Old Testament. Among the characters we see Agamemnon, Cadmus, Jocasta, Priam, Saul, Atalie, Xerxes, Alcibiades, Cicero, Cleopatra, Brunhilde ... Some portraits are followed by a reflection on the abuses of tyranny or passion, wealth, or other excesses. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Per Filippo Giunti In Fiiorenza (Florence) 1598 in-8 (10,5x16,5) (32) 828pp. (50) relié

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        Diarium Nauticum Itineris Batavorum in Indiam Orientalem... His accendunt, narratio Historico nationum, regionum, & civitatum, quas adnavigarunt: negotiationes, monetae species, lucri accipiendi ratio, Aromatum natale solum, eorumque pretium.- Append ix. Diarii Nautici Itineris Batavorum in Iavam, per Cornelium Gerardi Filium Zuidlandum, edita.

      Arnhem: Johan Jansonius, 1598. Oblong folio, woodcuts, 15 plates and maps; large map of Bali, woodcut of birds and 24 coastal profiles; contemporary vellum. The first Dutch voyage to the East Indies: this is one of two original descriptions of the Houtman voyage that survive (the other is by Lodewyckszoon). This very rare and important book gives a day-by-day narrative of this highly significant adventure, the first of what was to be an almost endless series of voyages made by the Dutch in the most ambitious and successful of all colonial ventures. The history of the VOC and their trading from bases in the East Indies effectively begins here, with a speculative voyage commissioned by a group of nine major Amsterdam merchants in 1595-1597. 'In 1598, the year after its return, no fewer than twenty-five ships were sent out by merchants of the provinces of Holland and Zeeland alone... ' (Lach).Lach, who also points out that 'Firsthand reports of insular Southeast Asia arrived in the Netherlands with Cornelis de Houtman's fleet in August, 1597", notes that Rouffaer and Ijzerman have conjectured that "the author or more likely authors [of this narrative] had apparently sailed on the "Hollandia"; one of them was possibly a midshipman named Pieter Stockmans... '.The narrative, richly illustrated with maps, views and plates, includes the often lacking Appendix, a pictorial pilot with woodcuts illustrating the coasts of the Cape of Good Hope, the waters of S. Bras, the Capes of St. Just and Augusta, and parts of the coasts of Madagascar, Sumatra and Java, as well as a fine full-page engraved map of the island of Bali.This is the first edition in Latin and thus the first international edition; a Dutch-language edition appeared in the same year, while a different, shorter version in Dutch had appeared the year before (entitled Verhael vande reyse rather than Journael vande reyse, it evidently derived from the same original journal; it was known to Tiele at the end of the nineteenth century in a single copy, and Alden in turn could cite only the Nederlandsch Historisch Scheepvaart Museum copy in 1980). Three issues of this Latin version are known: this version for distribution by an Arnhem publisher, another with the Paris address of Adrianus Périer, and - most often seen - an issue with the Middleburg address of Bernardus Langenese. This excellent copy of the Arnhem issue in original binding has the ownership inscription of Caspar a Mekerad, dated 1600, on the title-page. Some early underlinings in the text; the binding slightly stained, an excellent copy.

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        Europae.

      1598 - Antwerp: Christoph Plantin, 1574, Latin edition. Coloured. 345 x 460mm. Centre fold reinforced, wide margin example. A classic decorative map of Europe, with a title cartouche depicting Europa on the back of Zeus disguised as a bull. This example was printed from the second of two near-identical plates, identified by 'Africae Pars' in cursive script. VAN DEN BROECKE: 5, 'superior engraving quality [over first plate]'.

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        Gesamtansicht, "Bardvm Pomeraniae".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 33 x 45,2

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        Italiae Novissima Descriptio Auctore Jacobo Castaldo Pedemontano.

      1598 - Antwerp, 1598, French text edition. Coloured, 360 x 510mm. A fine map of Italy after Giacomo Gastaldi, filled with decorative detail, including a large vignette of a merman and mermaid and a sphinx on the scale cartouche. This example is printed from te second of two plates, with the mer-couple in a far less intimate embrace. Van Den Broecke: 118

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        ORLANDO DEL SIGNOR PREVOSTO DON HERCOLE OLDOINO DEDICATO A DON FILIPPO TERZO Prencipe di Spagna.

      1598. In Venetia Appresso Francesco de'Franceschi Senese 1598 8° grande Pagine 1 carta bianca + 8 non numerate + 112 + 1 carta bianca. Legatura in cartoncino azzurro 700esca. Fregi capilettera e testatine incise. Alcune fioriture sparse. Nel complesso ottima copia. Raro. Cfr: Melzi-Tosi p.189 N°438 Manca a Gamba e alle altre bibliografie consultate.

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        Gesamtansicht, "Wismaria".

      - Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 36 x 48,2

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        Les Essais. Edition nouvelle, prise sur l'exemplaire trouvé après le décès de l'auteur, reveu & augmenté d'un tiers outre les précédentes impressions.

      1598 - La version définitive des Essais de Montaigne donnée par Marie de Gournay. Séduisant et rare exemplaire en pur maroquin à la Duseuil du XVIIè siècle. Paris, 1598. Paris, Abel l'Angelier, 1598.In-8, de 4 ff. préliminaires et 588 feuillets chiffrés. Maroquin rouge, double encadrement de triple filet doré sur les plats avec larges fleurons d'angle à la Duseuil, dos à nerfs richement orné aux petits fers dorés, roulette intérieure dorée, roulette dorée sur les coupes, traces d'anciens fermoirs, tranches dorées. Reliure du XVIIè siècle. 185 x 120 mm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An et Quando Liberi in Conditione Positi Vocentur, Tractatus, Ad...

      1598. Knotty Questions About the Roman Law of Inheritance and Succession Rustici, Giuseppe. An et Quando Liberi in Conditione Positi Vocentur, Tractatus: Ad Potentissimum ac Invictiss. Don Philippum II. Austriacum Omnibus Quidem Doctoribus Ius Publice Profitentibus, Ex eo Respondentibus, Causarum Patronis, Iudicibusque Utilissimus, & Valde Necessarius. Nunc Secunda ac Postrema Editione ab Ipso Auctore Correctus, Auctus, & Emendatus, Cum Insertione Trium Eius Responsorum Eandem Materiam Concernentibus. Cum Indice Etiam tum Capitum & Locorum Iuris, Tum Rerum & Sententiarum Locupletissimo. Venice: Ex Officina Damiani Zenari, 1598. [xx], 169 ff. Two full-page woodcuts, one a portrait of Rustici, the other of his coat of arms. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13-1/4" x 8-1/4"). Later quarter vellum over marbled boards, raised bands and hand-lettered title to spine, endleaves renewed. Light soiling to spine, some rubbing to extremities, light wear to corners and spine ends. Title page, with large woodcut Zanaro device, printed in red and black, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light soiling to title page, small hole near its upper right-hand corner (with no loss to text). * Third and final edition. First published in 1587, with a second edition in 1597, Rustici's collection of consilia and short essays concerns knotty aspects of Roman law concerning inheritance, succession, children and the substitution of heirs. All editions of this work are scarce. OCLC locates 2 copies of the third edition in North America (Harvard Law School, Library of Congress), no copies of the second edition and 3 copies of the first edition (Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley, University of Kansas). Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE39770.

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        Commentariorum de Iure Civili liber sex

      Zwei prächtige Schweinslederbände, jeweils mit der Aufschrift: I C S V 1598 1. Band: Teil 1: Decimusseptimus, Decimusoktanus, Decimusnonus,Vicesimus, Vicesimusprimus, Vicesimussecundus. Teil 2: Vicesimus tertius bis Vicesimusoktanus. Teil 3: Selectarum Interpretationum, Libri Tres. Et, de redditibus ecclesiasticis, Liber Unus Teil 4: De Reditibus Ecclesiasticis, Pars Prima Band 2: Teil 1: Libri Vingtiokto in Quibus Jus civile universum singulari artificio atque doctrina explicatum continentur Teil 2: Sextus bis Decimus, Undecimus. Teil 3: Duodecimus bis Decimussextus Zustand: ein Wurmloch, gut blätterbar, Schweinsledereinband Band 1 stark eingerissen, siehe Bilder, bitte unbedingt höherauflösende Fotos per E-Mail anfordern!

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        MANOSCRITTO CARTACEO DEL CINQUECENTO LASCITI TESTAMENTI CERTOSA GAREGNANO

      1598. MANOSCRITTO - LOMBARDIA - 500 (LASCITI TESTAMENTI) PROVENIENTI DALLA CERTOSA DI GAREGNANO NEL DEMANIO 28 AGOSTO 1598 ROGITO PINOTINUS MANOSCRITTO CARTACEO ESEMPLATO NEL TARDO 500 SCRITTURA DI FACILE LETTURA IN ELEGANTE CORSIVO CANCELLERESCO DI UNA SOLA MANO DI CIRCA 400 PAGINE DI 28 LINEE PER FOGLIO. IN-FOGLIO, LEGATURA M. CARTON. ALLA RUSTICA ORIGINALE DELL'EPOCA CON SPAGHI A VISTA SUL DORSO; ISCRIZIONE A PENNA SUL PIATTO SUPERIORE IN PARTE UN PO' SCOLORITO; SUL FOGLIO DI GUARDIA SUPERIORE CHARTIGLIO MONTATO CON SCRITTE NOTAZIONI A PENNA: PROVENIENZA DALLA CERTOSADI GAREGNANO NEL DEMANIO 1598. AGOSTO 28 ROG. PINOTINO ("PIGNUM TABELLONIS") DEL NOTAIO MARCUS ANTONIUS PILOTINIUS NELL'ULTIMO FOGLIO SOTTOSCRIZIONE DEL NOTAIO PILOTINUS CON IL SUO SEGNUS TABELLOGNUS. NEL PRESENTE MANOSCRITTO VI SONO ELENCATE DIVERSE ED IMPORTANTI FAMIGLIE NOBILI MILANESI, NONCHE' CHIESE E TERRENI CIRCOSTANTI IN QUEL DEL TERRITORIO MILANESE. TRA LE QUALI ALUYSIVS, DE TIGNOSIIS, DE SANTI AMBROSIO, BERNARDINO, CRUVEIUS, PHILIPPUS MEDIOLANI, DUX, H. ALIPRANDI, C. DEPORTIS, CUSANI, ECC. E LE PARROCCHIE DI SAN GIOVANNI, SAN PIETRO, SAN BABILA E SAN RAFFAELE DI MILANO. TRA LE TERRE C'E' IL BORGO DEL CAVALLO DI TERAZZANO ECC. TESTO PREVALENTEMENTE IN LATINO CON PARTI INTERCALATE IN VOLGARE. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE FRESCO DI QUESTO IMPORTANTE MANOSCRITTO MILANESE RELATIVO ALLE PROVENIENZE DELLA CERTOSA DI GAREGNANO NEL DEMANIO, 28/08/1598. Mezzo cartonato

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        An et Quando Liberi in Conditione Positi Vocentur, Tractatus, Ad...

      1598. Knotty Questions About the Roman Law of Inheritance and Succession Rustici, Giuseppe. An et Quando Liberi in Conditione Positi Vocentur, Tractatus: Ad Potentissimum ac Invictiss. Don Philippum II. Austriacum Omnibus Quidem Doctoribus Ius Publice Profitentibus, Ex eo Respondentibus, Causarum Patronis, Iudicibusque Utilissimus, & Valde Necessarius. Nunc Secunda ac Postrema Editione ab Ipso Auctore Correctus, Auctus, & Emendatus, Cum Insertione Trium Eius Responsorum Eandem Materiam Concernentibus. Cum Indice Etiam tum Capitum & Locorum Iuris, Tum Rerum & Sententiarum Locupletissimo. Venice: Ex Officina Damiani Zenari, 1598. [xx], 169 ff. Two full-page woodcuts, one a portrait of Rustici, the other of his coat of arms. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13-1/4" x 8-1/4"). Later quarter vellum over marbled boards, raised bands and hand-lettered title to spine, endleaves renewed. Light soiling to spine, some rubbing to extremities, light wear to corners and spine ends. Title page, with large woodcut Zanaro device, printed in red and black, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light soiling to title page, small hole near its upper right-hand corner (with no loss to text). $1,500. * Third and final edition. First published in 1587, with a second edition in 1597, Rustici's collection of consilia and short essays concerns knotty aspects of Roman law concerning inheritance, succession, children and the substitution of heirs. All editions of this work are scarce. OCLC locates 2 copies of the third edition in North America (Harvard Law School, Library of Congress), no copies of the second edition and 3 copies of the first edition (Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley, University of Kansas). Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE39770.

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        CATECHISMUS EX DECRETO SACROSANCTI TRIDENTINI

      Venecia. 1598. 32f+736Pág. 16X12. Antiquísima Obra de catecismo con infinidad de grabados en su interior. Encuadernación fatigada. Ref 5.2 Biblioteca AD.

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        Künstliche Zerlegung des gantzen Menschlichen Leibes. Anfangs in Lateinischer Sprache beschrieben / und mit vielen schönen Figuren gezieret von dem Hochgelährten und Weitberühmten Herrn D. Joanne Veslingio, Anatom. Pharmac. und Botanic. in der löbl. Hohen-Schule zu Padua gewesenen Professore Itzo aber / Allen Wund-Aertzten zu sonderbaren höchstersprießlichen Nutzen / ins Teutsche übersetzt durch Gerhardum Blasium.

      Ca. 16,5 x 10 cm. (14) S., 333 S., (34) Seiten. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 47 (davon einer doppelblattgroßen) Kupferstichtafeln. Blindgeprägter Ledereinband der Zeit. "Johann Vesling, geb. zu Minden 1598, gest. zu Padua am 30. August 1649 hielt sich längere Zeit in Aegypten und Palästina auf, wurde 1632 Professor der Anatomie in Padua, bald auch Director des botanischen Gartens daselbst. ... Als Professor der Anatomie schrieb er ein gutes und vielgebrauchtes Handbuch: Syntagma anatomicum, 1641 ... ins Deutsche von Ger. Blaes 1652 ... (Die Kupfertafeln) sind aber meistens Originale, stellen einige Theile anatomisch richtiger als die Vorgänger dar und haben zu ihrer Zeit grosse Verbreitung gefunden. " (Choulant S. 91). "Seine (Veslings) Vorlesungen waren hier derartig frequentirt, daß einmal sogar unter der Wucht der andrängenden Zuhörer das Auditorium zusammengebrochen sein soll." (J. Pagel in ADB 39, S. 648 ff). Rücken mit ca. 2,5 cm langer Fehlstelle im Leder, Schließen fehlen. Ein Blatt mit Randfehlstelle (mit geringem Textverlust). Seiten etwas gebräunt und teils minimal angerändert.

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        Sextans astronomicus trigonicus pro distantiis rimandis. Kolorierter Kupferstich aus der 'Astronomica' von Janson. Unter Passepartout mit vergoldetem Auschnitt in teilvergoldetem Holzrahmen.

      (Rahmen wohlerhalten, der Stich wenig wellig, von frischem Kolorit, ungebräunt, mit einer ganz kleinen Bereibung im weissen Rand. Verso Text. Nicht ausgerahmt, aber augenscheinlich gut erhalten) Sehr dekorative Darstellung eines grossen Sextanten auf einem Holzgestell über einer Weltkugel. Eine nur in Kleinigkeiten abweichende Darstellung dieses Sextanten findet sich (erstmals ?) in Tycho Brahe "Astronomiae Instauratae Mechanica" von 1598.

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        Meydburgensis Atchi Episcopatus. Kolorierte Original Kupferstichkarte von Metellus aus seiner Germania Superior.. Inferior descripta. 1598

      Köln 1598. Blattgröße ca. 24,5 x 34 cm.- Rückseitig mit Text in Latein. Farbe schlägt etwas durch. Unter Passepartout montiert. c2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags

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        Notationes in Totam Scripturam, Quibus omnia fere loca difficilia, breuissime explicantur. Apud Joannem Moretum, 1598. 26,3 x 18,5 x 5 cm. 4 Bl., 547 (1) S., 2 Bl. Schweinsleder auf Holzdecken.

      . Sá, Manuel de, (S.I.). Notationes in Totam Scripturam, Quibus omnia fere loca difficilia, breuissime explicantur. Tum variae ex Hebraeo, Chaldaeo, & Graeco lectiones indicantur. Opus omnibus Scripturae studiosis utilissimum, certe a plurimis diu multumque desideratum. Avtore Emanvele Sá. Erste Ausgabe. Antwerpen, Ex officina Planitiniana, Apud Joannem Moretum, 1598. 26,3 x 18,5 x 5 cm. 4 Bl., 547 (1) S., 2 Bl. Schweinsleder der Zeit auf Holzdecken. - Gutes antiquarisches Exemplar, Zustand siehe Fotos. .

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        Gesamtansicht, über den See, "Gmvnden".

      - Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 35 x 46,5

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        Meditationes, in passionem et resurrectionem D. N. Jesu Christi, cum veteris Testamenti figuris, & Prophetiis, variisq[ue] documentis ex quoq[ue] Evangelio depromptis, nunc ex Italico in Latinum translata.

      12. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette, einer Kupfertafel u. zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen. 7 Bll., 551 (1) S., 4 Bll. (das letzte weiß). - Angeb. - Ders. Brevis tractatus de Sacramento Poenitentiae, cum examine generali confessionem de tota vita et, meditatione una pro Communione. Ex Italico in latinum translata [von P. J. Busée]. Ebda., 1598. 1 Bl., 74 S., Ldr. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden m. Deckelverg., handschriftl. Rückenschild, dreiseitigem Goldschnitt u. 2 Schließen. Ad 1) Vermutlich erste lat. Ausgabe. - Ad 2) Erste u. einzige lateinische Ausgabe. - Zwei seltene lateinische Ausgaben des in Rimini geborenen Jesuiten Vincenzo Bruno (1532-1594), von dem offenbar auch nur diese beiden vorliegenden Werke erschienen sein dürften. Diese waren jedoch besonders in Italien sehr erfolgreich und wurden bis ins 19. Jahrhundert nachgedruckt. - Einband berieben u. bestoßen. Kapitale m. kl. Fehlstellen. Alte Besitzvermerke a. Innendeckel u. Titel. Schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) VD16, ZV 2605 (nur zwei Exemplare in Köln u. Eichstätt) vgl. de Backer/S. II, 270, 1. - Ad 2) VD16, B 8664 de Backer/S. II, 271, 2.

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        Sweviae Circulus - Schwabische Kraiß - Swabe - 54':.

      - Kupferstich v. Johannes Metellus aus Germania Svperior 38. Inferior Qvae Etiam Belgivm Dicitvr, 16. Tabvlis Aeneis Descripta . b. Johan Christoph in Köln, 1598, 14 x 18 Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses. Die Kölner Schule der Atlaskartographie 1570-1610, Met 5, 38. - Im Gegensatz zum Itinerarium Orbis Christiani jetzt ohne die Zahl "54" unten links und mit beidseitigem lateinischem Rückentext. - Zeigt Schwaben zwischen Frankfurt, Bodensee, Freiburg und Augsburg. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Text auf der Rückseite minimal beschnitten. - Seltene Karte!

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        Wismarischer Vertrag zwischen einem erbaren Rath undt der gemeine den (.....) Fürsten und Herrn Hertzog zu Mecklenburg auffgerichtet (....) zu Güstrow den 16 May Anno 1598. Gefolgt von weiteren Zusätzen mit Datum Dez. 1598 bis Nov. 1599. Zeitgenössische Handschriften.

      Format: 182 x 153 mm. 66 voll beschriebene Seiten auf 35 Blatt. Gebunden mit Fadenheftung, ohne Einband, Rücken mit altem Heftstreifen. *Eine zeitgenössische Abschrift des Bürgervertrages der Hansestadt Wismar aus dem Jahr 1598 in sauberer Handschrift. Diese umfaßt 58 Artikel auf 33 Seiten, datierend auf den 16. Mai 1598. - Gefolgt von 5 weiteren Zusätzen in der selben Handschrift (einer von anderer Hand) auf zusammen 33 Seiten, jeweils von 4 Namen unterzeichnet. Diese datieren auf den 27. Okt. 1598, den 13. Nov. 1598, den 2. Nov. 1599 (2 verschiedene) und einer ohne Datum. - Bedeutendes Dokument zur Stadtgeschichte von Wismar, eine Druckfassung scheint nicht zu existieren. - Schon seit dem Jahr 1427 hat es verschiedene handschriftliche Bürgerverträge oder Versuche zu solchen gegeben, wie man teils aus alten Manuskripten und archivalischen Hinweisen weiß. Sie sind oft bald wieder erloschen und endlich hat man 1583 wegen der zunehmenden Reibereien zwischen dem Rat und den Bürgern einen neuen Anfang gemacht, um einen definitiven Bürgervertrag auszuarbeiten. Er blieb aber umstritten. Als die Zwistigkeiten in den Folgejahren andauerten, fand 1598 auf herzogliche Anordnung in Güstrow eine Neuwahl des Ausschusses und der Worthalter statt, die Rechte des Rates wurden weiter eingeschränkt und mündeten in den vorliegenden Bürgervertag von 1598. Der Historiker Dietrich Schröder schrieb 1743 in seiner 'Beschreibung der Stadt und Herrschaft Wismar': "Diesen Vertrag [von 1598] hat man bis jetzt nicht sehen, indessen aber doch so viel erfahren können, daß er aus ungefähr 50 Artikeln bestanden. Es folgten deswegen allerlei Disputationen und Schriften dieses Vertrages". Tatsächlich hat der Vertrag in dem vorliegenden Manuskript 58 Artikel und wie aus den weiteren angebundenen Schriften und Zusätzen zu diesem Vertrag zu sehen ist, führte auch dieser nicht zu einer vollständigen Befriedung der Händel zwischen Rat und Bürger. Erst im Jahre 1600 kam es im dritten Bürgervertrage zu einer endgültigen Regelung. Dieser ist in dem vorliegenden Manuskript nicht erwähnt. - Den vorliegenden zweiten Bürgervertrag vom 16. Mai 1598 nebst den weiteren Zusätzen und Änderungen scheinen auch die Quellen und die historiographische Literatur nur von ungefähr zu kennen. - Weitgehend sauber und gut erhalten, letzte Seite mit einem hinterlegten Ausriß am Seitenrand.

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        Della Poesia rappresentativa & del Modo di rappresentare le favole sceniche.

      Vittorio Baldini 1598 - 4to., (4) ff., 84 pp., including woodcut arms of dedicatee Cesare d¿Este on title. Bound in old vellum. Very minor soiling in lower blank margin of title, otherwise fresh genuine copy. Scarce first edition of these two essays on dramatic poetry and the practical aspects of set design and theater production, of interest among 16th century Italian treatises for their monographic focus and particularly their direct link not only to a particular Italian court (Ferrara) but even to a specific production. According to Weinberg, ¿his point of view is essentially a modern one, and it rests upon two assumptions: concern with the problems of the stage director, and the conviction that only the pleasure of the audience need to sought as an end.¿ ¿ Weinberg, History of Literary Criticism in the Italian Renaissance, p. 1090. The work was written some years after Ingegneri had overseen a seminal staging of Sophocles¿ Oedipus Rex at the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza¿a roman-style structure that would be Palladio¿s last work¿and marks the culmination of Ingegneri¿s dramaturgical theory and extensive experience of stage practice. The production of Oedipus Rex, put on by the scholars, artists and musicians of the Accademia Olimpica, was designed as an experiment in the reconstruction of ancient classical drama. (A manuscript in the Ambrosiana reveals the participation of Vincenzo Scamozzi.) But while Ingegneri adhered to certain Aristotelian principles, his belief in the importance of visual effects distinguished him from the ancient philosopher: whereas Aristotle dwelt on plot and character, Ingegneri emphasized design, movement, layout, and visual effects. Thus for example he chose to forego the use of masks that conceal the actors¿ expressions, and engineered hidden light sources to dramatically illuminate their faces, creating a chiaroscuro effect of the sort associated with Carravaggio in contemporary painting. To heighten the visual drama, the theater itself was equiped with unusual trompe-l¿¿il scenery of long streets receding to a distant horizon. Ingegneri is thus rightly recognized as an important figure in the modernization of stage design and production. The present work¿s opening discourse, on dramatic poetry, helps to explain Ingegneri¿s dramaturgical philosophy. Focusing on the staging of ¿pastorale¿¿the dominant form of dramatic poetry in the late 16th century¿the essay discusses two of Ingegneri¿s main concerns: providing the audience with a pleasurable experience, and making productions as believable as possible. Both of these goals were relatively easy to effect with pastorale, which was characterized by simple, down-to-earth storylines and a pleasantly bucolic setting. As Ingegneri points out, pastorale allowed the language used on the stage to plausibly match the location where the action takes place, the possibility of presenting action in real time, and realistic dialogue devoid of ¿difficult thoughts stretched out at great length.¿ To a greater extent than with classical drama, the dramaturg was thus able to use creative staging techniques and visual effects to maximize audience enjoyment and verisimilitude. * Adams I.116; DBI (s.v. Ingegneri); Weinberg 1090-3. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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