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        The Booke of Common Prayer [ Bound with the Psalter & Psalmes ]

      London: Robert Baker, 1605. Book measures 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Titles. The Book of Common Prayer. The Psalter. Both printed by Robert Baker. Printed in the year 1605. First title page printed in red & black, second in black,. Signatures A1,Hh8, in 8s, slightly erratic signatures but follow on correct. Bound with The whole booke of Psalmes: collected into English meeter by tho. Sternh. Ioh. Hopkins, and others: conferred with the hebrue, with apt notes to sing them withall.for the Companie of Stacioners. London. 1606. Signatures A1,M8, in 8s. Second edition. Both works printed in black letter. Bound in later full tree calf, [ note on endpaper states 1882 ], raised bands, gilt lines and centre stamp, gilt lines on boards, leather title label, inner dentelles, marble endpapers. Calf lightly rubbed on joints and edges. Binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, [Loss of about 1inch on top margin of a5 including some text, loss of part of margin and some text on x5 ]. Early previous owners name date [ 1659,1776 ] on top and bottom margin of title page. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice copy, in a very attractive binding. . Full-Leather. Very Good. 8vo.

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        Italiae nova et exacta descriptio

      Leida 1605 - Carta geografica tratta dalla Cosmographia Generalis di Petrus Merula. La carta, seppur di chiara ispirazione mercatoriana, rappresenta una riduzione di quella realizzata da Plancius nel 1592. Una bella rosa dei venti è posta al centro del mar Tirreno. Incisione in rame, tracce di restauro alla piega centrale visibili al verso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Molto rara. Map derived from Petrus Merula’s Cosmographia Generalis. Although the map bears a clear influence of Marcator’ s style, it represents a reduction of Plancius’map of 1592. A beautiful compass rose is drawn right in the centre of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Engraving, some repairs to the verso, in excellent condition. Very rare. R. Borri "L'Italia nelle antiche carte " (2011), scheda 86, New Hollstein 999; Gunter Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica Neerlandica, I, p. 30, 20. Dimensioni 325 230mm

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        Opera

      Ex Officina Plantiniana, Balthazar Moretus. In folio; legatura del primo Settecento in tutta pergamena rigida con unghie, tassello con titolo in oro al dorso, risguardi in carta marmorizzata; pp. (16), XXXVI, 911, (1). Frontespizio architettonico inciso in rame con con ritratti di divinità, eroi e filosofi; antiporta incisa da Cornelis Galle su disegno di Henri d'Oultremont raffigurante ritratto di Giusto Lipsio in ovale entro elaborata cornice allegorica sormontata dal berretto frigio di Mercurio e da un sole radiante con fattezze umane. Con inoltre 2 grandi tavole calcografiche a piena pagina raffiguranti Seneca. Altro ritratto di Seneca inciso in rame alla p. XXIV. Capilettera, finalini e fregi xilografici ornati. Ex-libris nobiliare inciso al contropiatto. Ottimo esemplare a tratti lievemente brunito e fiorito, ma nel complesso molto marginoso e genuino. Quarta edizione (variante C recante la dedica a papa Paolo V) delle opere filosofiche di Seneca per le cure di Giusto Lipsio (la prima era apparsa nel 1605). Si tratta dell'edizione filologicamente più importante di tutto il secolo, che fece scuola per molti anni. Il volume si apre con un "Iudicium super Seneca eiusque scriptis" e con il "De vita et scriptis L. Annaei Senecae" di Giusto Lipsio. Il volume contiene: "De ira", "De consolatione", "De providentia", "De tranquillitate animi", "De constantia sapientis", "De clementia", "De brevitate vitae", "De vita beata", "De otio sapientis", "De beneficiis", 124 epistole, "Naturales quaestiones" e "Apokolokuntosis". Con copiosissimo indice finale degli argomenti e dei termini principali. Commento stampato su due colonne. Le "Naturales quaestiones" e l' "Apokolokuntosis" recano il commento del filologo Libert Froidmond. Brunet, V, 276; Graesse, VI, 348-49..

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        Flaminii Parisii i.s. Consentini et in almo Vrbis gymnasio iuris pontificij primarij interpretis: De resignatione beneficiorum tractatus complectens totam fere praxim beneficiariam. Decisionibus Rotae Romanae, & receptis doctorum opinionibus attestatam, &

      VENEZIA:  apud haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1605-1606-1608. rilegato. DISCRETO. 21,5 31. USATO

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        A Commentarie on the Whole Epistle to the Hebrewes ? Translated out of French

      Felix Kingston, for Arthur Iohnson, London 1605 - First English translation. Woodcut printer's device (McKerrow 273) on title, initials and headpieces. [viii], 335, [1], [10] pp. Collation: A? B-Y? Z? 2A (-A2 blank). 8vo. The first English translation, by Clement Cotton, of Protestant theologian John Calvin's Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, one of Calvin's many commentaries on the Pauline Epistles. ESTC S107380 19th-century sheep and marbled boards, spine labels (rubbed and illegible, with ticket of bookbinder Hugh Dunne of Zanesville, Ohio. Covers worn, title and upper margin of first few leaves soiled, shallow gouge from fore-edge of B1-D8, small burn hole in margin of Z4, piece torn from gutter of 2A1. Contemporary ownership signature of Thomas Burroughs (with price paid) and later 18th- and 19th-century ownership inscriptions Woodcut printer's device (McKerrow 273) on title, initials and headpieces. [viii], 335, [1], [10] pp. Collation: A? B-Y? Z? 2A (-A2 blank). 8vo

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        De Lumbricis, ...

      Basileae: Typis Iani Excertier, 1605, Kl.4, (12 pp.), Pappband. Sehr seltene Dissertation von Caspar Hofmann! Theses de lumbricis / quas ... Ad 8. Novemb. Pro Privilegiis in Medicina Doctoralibus disputabit Caspar Hofman, Gothanus Thuringus. Kaspar Hofmann, "einer der gelehrtesten Aerzte und zugleich Vertreter der alten Medicin im 17. Jahrhundert, am 9. November 1572 in Gotha als Sohn eines Schmieds geboren, studirte Medicin in Leipzig, seit 1592 in Strassburg und seit 1594 in Altdorf, hier unter TAURELLUS und SCHERBIUS. Ein ihm von letztgenannter Universität verliehenes Stipendium setzte ihn in den Stand, nach Padua zu gehen und dort seine Studien, speciell unter FABRIZIO AB ACQUAPENDENTE, fortzusetzen. Dann ging Hofman nach Basel, hörte FELIX PLATER und KASPAR BACHIN und wurde hier 1605 Dr. med. mit der Dissertation: "De lumbricis". 1606 kehrte er nach Deutschland zurück, wurde in Nürnberg, wo eine schwere Pestepidemie herrschte, an Stelle des Prof. TAURELLUS, der als ein Opfer seines Berufes gestorben war, zum "Pestarzt" ernannt. Später rückte Hofman auch in die durch den Tod des Letzteren erledigte Professur der Medicin in Altdorf ein, welche er etwa 40 Jahre lang, bis zu seinem am 3. November 1648 nach einer mehrjährigen Lähmung erfolgten Tode, inne hatte. Hofman war ein verbissener Anhänger der alten, speciell der GALEN'schen Lehren und Gegner der neueren Medicin, unter Anderem auch der HARVEY'schen Lehre vom Kreislauf. Eine von ihm geplante Ausgabe der Schriften GALEN'S mit verbessernden Varianten und Commentaren blieb unvollendet. Die Zahl seiner anderweitigen Schriften ist gross. Ausser einer Menge von Dissertationen schrieb er: "Lectiones caniculares de febribus malignis" (Basel 1606) - " Variarum lectionum libri VI, in quibus loca multa Dioscoridis, Athenaei, Plinii, Hippocratis, Aristotelis, Galeni, aliorumque, qua illustrantur, qua explicantur" (Leipzig 1619) - "Commentarii in Galeni de usu partium corporis lxumani libri XVII etc." (Frankfurt 1625, fol.) - "De thorace ejusque partibus commentarius tripartitus, in qua etc." (Ibid. 1627, fol.) - "Pathologia parva qua methodus Galeni practica explicatur" (Jena 1640) - "Institutionen medicarum libri VI" (Lyon .1645) - "De medicamentis officinalibus etc." (Paris 1646 Frankfurt 166ß) - "Institutionum suarum epitome in sex libros digesta" (Paris 1648 Frankfurt 1670 Heidelberg 1672) - "Tractatus de febribus" (Tübingen 1663) und noch viele andere, recht unbedeutende und meist nur die Ansichten der Alten, des GALEN , ARISTOTELES U. A. wiedergebende Schriften. - Uebrigens ist Hofman. nicht zu verwechseln mit dem aus Lemberg stammenden KASPAR HOFMANN, Professor der Medicin in Frankfurt a. 0., der in der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts lebte und durch eine vortreffliche Rede "De barbarie imminente" zuerst es wagte, das schamlose Treiben LEONHARD THURNEYSSER'S aufzudecken (cfr. HAESER, Gesch. der Med., II, pag. 111). Pagel, Hirsch III, p.248 siehe - Biogr. med. V, pag. 257. - Dict. hist. III, pag. 221. - A. Hirsch in Allg. Deutsche Biogr. XII, pag. 635Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 496

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        Pharmacopoeia Bruxellensis: jussu amplissimi senatus edita. Brussels, Jan Mommaert II, 1641. Small 4to (19.5 x 15 cm). With engraved title-page by Cornelius Galle the elder after Anthonis Sallaert. 19th-century half calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - Daems & Vandewiele, pp. 70-71; Wellcome IV, p. 357. First edition of the first official pharmacopoeia of Brussels, containing numerous medicinal recipes and offering much insight into the 17th-century medical practice in the Low Countries. Brussels had begun discussing plans to establish a Collegium Medicum ca. 1605, but failed to do so. A 1636 plague gave city magistrates the impetus to compile a pharmacopoeia, however, and they commissioned four leading city physicians to compile the present Brussels pharmacopoeia. No apothecaries were officially consulted in the compilation of the Brussels pharmacopoeia, reflecting the growing status of physicians and declining status of apothecaries. Amsterdam had produced the first official pharmacopoeia in the Low Countries in 1636, based in part on Valerius, but the Brussels physicians chose to take the 1638 Paris Codex medicamentarius Parisiensis as their principal model.With early owner's inscription on title-page and early manuscript annotations in the margins of pp. 169, 175 and 213. Trimmed when rebound in the 19th-century, shaving the top of the title-page and the manuscript annotations, smudges and small waterstains throughout, and some minor damage to the lower inner corner of the first few leaves including the frontispiece. A fair copy. Spine partly restored, hinges cracked and some wear along the extremities.

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        Oost ende West vrieslandts beschrijvinghe. Vtrivsqve Frisiorvm Regionis Noviss: Descriptio. 1605. - Cum priuilegio.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius n. Jacob van Deventer, dat. 1605 (1608), 34,5 x 51,5 De Rijke - Frisia Dominium, Kaarten van de provincie Friesland tot 1850, 6.3 d - Zeigt West- u. Ostfriesland mit den West- u. Ostfriesischen Inseln. - Unten rechts dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel; unten mittig Kartusche mit Meilenzeigern; in der Zuidersee (Ijsselmeer) Kompaßrose; die Karte illustriert mit zahlreichen Segelschiffen. - Seltener 3. Zustand der Frieslandkarte von Ortelius. - Hier mit der geänderten Datierung in der Kartusche (1605) und Einzeichnung "Die Bertaingsche heyde en Boerentange"

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        Flaminii Parisii i.s. Consentini et in almo Vrbis gymnasio iuris pontificij primarij interpretis: De resignatione beneficiorum tractatus complectens totam fere praxim beneficiariam. Decisionibus Rotae Romanae, & receptis doctorum opinionibus attestatam, &

       apud haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1605. LATINO 1,7 Volume rilegato in tutta pergamena con titolo oro al dorso, il volume raccoglie 3 tomi, nel dettaglio il primo e il secondo del De Resignatione Beneficiorum e in ultimo il De Confidentia Beneficiali Prohibita. Ad ogni frontespizio bella incisione con motto "Virtus in omnia re dominatur". Richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Presenti evidenti segni di usura, quali tracce di umidità a tutte le pagine e alle coperte, in particolar modo 3 pag. finali con mancanze. Molto raro USATO

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        The Booke of Common Prayer [ Bound with the Psalter & Psalmes ]

      Robert Baker, London 1605 - Book measures 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Titles. The Book of Common Prayer. The Psalter. Both printed by Robert Baker. Printed in the year 1605. First title page printed in red & black, second in black, Signatures A1,Hh8, in 8s, slightly erratic signatures but follow on correct. Bound with The whole booke of Psalmes:collected into English meeter by tho. Sternh. Ioh. Hopkins, and others: conferred with the hebrue, with apt notes to sing them withall.for the Companie of Stacioners. London. 1606. Signatures A1,M8, in 8s. Second edition. Both works printed in black letter. Bound in later full tree calf, [ note on endpaper states 1882 ], raised bands, gilt lines and centre stamp, gilt lines on boards, leather title label, inner dentelles, marble endpapers. Calf lightly rubbed on joints and edges. Binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, [Loss of about 1inch on top margin of a5 including some text, loss of part of margin and some text on x5 ]. Early previous owners name date [ 1659,1776 ] on top and bottom margin of title page. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice copy, in a very attractive binding. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L. ANNAEI SENECAE PHILOSOPHI OPERA, QUAE EXSTANT OMNIA: a Iusto Lipsio emendata, et scholijs illustrata (1605)

      - Ex Officina Plantiniana, Amberes 1605. Pergamino de época reaturado presumiblemente por Luis Maria Ramírez y de las Casas-Deza, miembro de la Real Academia Española y propietario del ejemplar a mediados del siglo XIX, cuyo nombre está escrito de su propia mano en la página de respeto. Excelente estado general. Incluye grabado de Justo Lipsio, dos de Séneca y Frontispicio con la portada. XXXVI+796+53 p. Introducción y notas de Justo Lipsio, uno de los eruditos más famosos del siglo XVI y gran experto en la obra de Séneca. Algunas notas incluyen texto original en griego. Incluye: De ira ad novatum / Ad Helviam Matrem de consolatione / Liber de consolatione ad Polybium / Ad Marciam de conlatione / De Providentia (.) / Ad serenum de tranquillitate animi liber / De Constantia sapientis / Ad Neronem Caesarem de clementia / Ad Paullinum de brevitate vitae / De vita beata ad gallionem fratrem / De aebucium liberalem De beneficiis / Ad Lucilium epistolae (Cartas a Lucilio) / Ad Lucilium naturalium quaestionum / Claudii Caesaris / Excerpta alia .- ATENCIÓN: la librería GARANTIZA LA DEVOLUCIÓN del importe si el libro no se corresponde con la descripción. Gastos de envío gratuitos a España por correo SIN CERTIFICAR. Otras tarifas: Certificado 72 h. +3,5 euros. Certificado 72 h. a domicilio +4,5 euros. Por mensajería +6 euros. Contrareembolso +8 euros

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        La cavalcata fatta da N.S. Papa Paolo V.1605

      1605 - Acquaforte, 1605, firmata in basso a destra. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, di questa straordinariamente rara incisione, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, lievi restauri perfettamente eseguiti nei margini, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera anonima eseguita nella bottega dell’editore bolognese Orlandi. Dimensioni 510x400. Etching, 1605, signed on lower right. Magnificent example, rich in shades, of an extraordinary rare engraving, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, light repairs perfectly executed on the margins, otherwise in good condition. Anonymous work realized in the Bolognese workshop of Orlandi. Dimensioni [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Gesamtansicht, darunter eine Gesamtansicht von Wetter.

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1605, je 6,4 x 20,5 Fauser Nr. 4042 und 15318. Seltene, frühe Ansichten. Bei der Ansicht von Wetter handelt es sich wahrscheinlich um die erste gestochene Ansicht überhaupt.

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        APHORISMORUM HIPPOCRATIS SECTIONES SEPTEM: Quibus Antonii Musae commentariis adiecta fuit, & octaua. Et ad imminuendum studiosorum labore singuli aphorismi selecti fuere, tam ad febres quam ad morbos singulos attinentes, ut facile unsquisque uno intuitu quaecumque in aphorismis continentur cernere possit. P. Francisco Occlerio

      Venezia Ioannem Speronium 1605 24° pagine 1 carta bianca + 48 non numerate + 96 Unito a: HIPPOCRATIS COI MEDICORUM OMNIUM LONGE PRINCIPIS PRONOSTICORUM LIBRI TRES Venezia Ioannem Speronium 1605 Pagine 48 Unito a: GALENI ARS MEDICINALIS NICOLAO LEONICENO INTERPRETE Venezia Franciscum Bolzettam 1606 Pagine 159 + 1 carta bianca. Legatura coeva in cartone decorato. Sporadiche fioriture. Ottimi esemplare. Rarissimo insieme medico in piccolo formato.

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        Historicae relationes continuatio, Das ist: Wahrhaffte und eygentliche Erzehlung aller fürnembsten Sachen und Händel so sich von nechst verlauffener Ostermess dieses 1605. Jahrs biss auff diese jetzige Herbstmess durch gantz Europam ... zugetragen.

      No publisher/printer. 1605 was a turbulent year in Europe and this newsletter seeks to keep the interested citizenry informed. Beginning with news of the siege of the German city of Wachtendonk, which is illustrated with an => engraved folding birds-eye view, and ending at the time of the Easter Frankfurt fair, it in between tells of the war between the Ottomans and Persia, a Turkish sea battle in the eastern Mediterranean in which the Florentine fleet returned with 200 prisoners to be held for tribute, other sea battles in the Atlantic, the royal wedding in Krakow, the arrival of the Persian ambassador to that same city, a Dutch shipwreck in the East Indies, and Dutch ships in the West Indies in search of salt; additionally the Gun Powder Plot gets a long account (pp. 41-53) and there is a certain amount on business and trade. A word about pagination: in all reported copies pp. 5-8 have been removed and there is an error in the pagination toward the end; p. 56 is numbered 49 and 57 and 58 were not used, the page opposite "49" being "59." But the collation by signatures is complete and there is no gap in the text. (The text has been compared page by page with the digitized version provided by the Digitale Historische Bibliothek Erfurt/Gotha, https://archive.thulb.uni-jena.de/ufb/receive/ufb_cbu_00005357?derivate=ufb_derivate_00004624 .) => No copies located in U.S. libraries. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard (sans indicia).

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        HISTORIA VINETIANA DI PAOLO PARUTA CAVALIERE, ET PROCURATORE DI S MARCO [CT 2 PARTS IN ONE VOL]

      Vinetia,: Domenico Nicolini. Good with no dust jacket. 1605. First Edition. Hardcover. Portraits; (2), 840, (36), 320, (16) pages; First title page, with the portrait of the Paruta. 1st edition of this well knowns work of renowned diplomatic Venetian Paolo Paruta (1540 - Venice, December 6, 1598) . Paruta Paolo, among other functions, acted as official historian to the Republic. Bound in worn original vellum, occasional water stains, general contents condition is G/VG. Second part [also with title page portrait], Contains Della historia vinetiana Paolo Paruta caualiere, et prosecutor of San Marco, part two. In which three books contain the war made by alloy de 'princes christiani against Ottoman Selino, for the occasion of the Kingdom of Cyprus. Paruta Paolo (1540-1598). In ; 0 .

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        Proverbes commvns, et belles sentences pour familierement parler Latin & Francois a tous propos

      Paris: Pierre Ménier II, 1605. 16mo (108 x 75 mm). [64] ff. Type ornament title border, printer's woodcut device, woodcut initial and headpiece. Discreet marginal paper repairs to first half dozen leaves, causing loss to portions of title border, supplied in neat facsimile, a few other small marginal repairs. 19th-century green morocco, central gold-stamped arms of the Marquis de Morante, spine and turn-ins gold-tooled, g.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet (joints & corners rubbed). Provenance: Joachim Gomez de la Cortina, Marquis de Morante, supra-libros; small inkstamp on title verso, JAR. *** A small-format collection of French proverbs with Latin translations, arranged alphabetically, providing a convenient short cut to wisdom and wit, this version professedly adapted for juvenile readers, and cheaply printed for quick sales and little pockets. The over 1100 French proverbs were compiled in the early sixteenth century, probably by the translator Jean Gilles, of Noyers (Nuits, in Burgundy, "Aegidius Nuceriensis"), a cleric of the University of Paris. His principal source was the collection of French Proverbes communs, compiled in the late 15th century by Jean de la Vesprie, Abbot of Clairvaux; of which the first complete text was published by Josse Bade in 1519. This edition also incorporates parts of another contemporary collection, assembled by Gilles' colleague Nicolas Du Puy (known as Bonaspes), who may have contributed some of the Latin translations. The 6-page supplemental section at the end, containing 14 sayings or expressions in French and Latin with explanatory paragraphs, was borrowed from the collection Proverbiorum vulgarium of Charles de Bouvelles (1st ed. 1531). This edition reprints a version that may have first been printed at Lyon by Benoit Rigaud in 1558, which eliminated 58 proverbs considered, according to the preface, unseemly or disrespectful of religion. A Latin poem (Ad lectorem hexastichon) following the preface states that the compilation is suitable for children and "unmarried girls." Gratet-Duplessis found the choice of proverbs omitted to have been arbitrary. (Perhaps this "censorship" was the act of a compositor who wished to avoid starting another quire!) The printer's preface contains an unabashed plug for the book, urging the reader to use it for both edification and social prestige. Brunet and Gratet-Duplessis date the edition to 1602, but the address in the imprint, "chez Pierre Ménier demeurant a la porte sainct Victor," was used not by Pierre Ménier I, but by his son, active from around 1605 (BnF authority file). A very good copy, from the library of the great Spanish bibliophile. I locate one other copy, in Hannover, at the Goffried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek. Brunet IV:136; Gratet-Duplessis, Bibliographie Paremiologique, p.124, no. 8 ("1602"). Cf. Natalie Zemon Davis, "Proverbial Wisdom and Popular Errors," Society and Culture in Early Modern France, pp. 226 ff.

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        De agro Frisiae inter amasvm & lavicam flumina. deque urbe Groninga in agro eodem: et de iure utriusqve. [bound with:] Series consulum, eorumque, qui ante eos consulari potestate fuere in civitate Groningana

      Groningen, Netherlands: Gerhard Ketel, Typographi ordinarii, 1605. First edition. 191,[1] pp. plus a number of inserted blank interleaves; 56pp. plus several blank interleaves, two bearing contemporary manuscript notes continuing work to 1613. Numerous setting errors in the pagination, but sequence complete. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary calf, tooled in gilt, gilt gauffered edges. Initials "D.D.R." and date of "1607" stamped on both boards, within gilt frame with corner ornaments and a central oval with internal floral devices. Extremities and joints rubbed, front joint worn but sound, vestiges of absent ties at fore-edge, modern bookplate on front pastedown, a few side notes in the latter work slightly shaved at foremargin by binder, early ink ownership inscription on rear pastedown, ink note of acquisition/provenance on front free endsheet ("Lot 203. Sotheby's Gallery 1892 E.H. Laurence Library"). First edition. 191,[1] pp. plus a number of inserted blank interleaves; 56pp. plus several blank interleaves, two bearing contemporary manuscript notes continuing work to 1613. Numerous setting errors in the pagination, but sequence complete. 1 vols. 8vo. An attractive copy of this work on the history of the Frisian territories by German historian and geographer Ubbo Emmius (1547 - 1625). From East Frisia himself,  Emmius wrote several works concerning the history of that coastal area, and a number of his titles appeared under the Elzevier's imprints in coming years. The first work is noted as the second book printed in Gronigen (the first being another work by Emmius printed in 1603) and one must assume the second work is also close in that sequence, particularly as it often appears bound with a number of the copies of the former title reported in OCLC. A rough and inadequate transcription of the ownership inscription on the rear pastedown suggests the original owner may have been "D.D. Doct. Daüide Robertüm"; a witty Latin couplet adorns the first blank along with two later ownership signatures. A beautiful book in a decorative contemporary binding, in near original condition. Nijhoff /Van Hattum 89. Willemse, 46 (supplement). OCLC 64181920

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        Monasticon Anglicanum

      3 volumes, folio, contemporary leather, modern rebacking in leather, new endsheets, illustrated with engraved pre title, some text illustrations and 108 plates many folding, [40], 1151; 3, [14], 2, 1057; [6], 378, 218, [379-392 first index in volume 3] pp. Leather scuffed in places, one plate missing top half, a second possibly missing bottom portion of plate, but image appears complete, another plate upside down, some soiling, foxing and normal aging, a few pages with tears, but not affecting text; overall nice set of a very rare first edition. William Dugdale (1605-1681) was born at the Shustoke rectory to an old Lancashire family, and was educated at the King Henry VIII School in Coventry. As a young man, he showed an inclination for antiquarian studies, and through a relationship with Sir Christopher Hatton was commissioned to make exact drafts of all the churches in England in 1641. After a visit to France in 1648 he continued his antiquarian studies in London, and collaborated with Richard Dodsworth on his Monasticon Anglicanum, which was published in 1655, 1661, and 1673. It has been reported that Dugdale himself sold copies to booksellers who passed them along to a small, but appreciative audience. The work provided a history of the various orders in England, and an account of the individual monasteries. While other major editions of this work were published in 1693, 1718 and 1846, because each volume was published separately, it is very difficult to find a complete set of the first edition. It is difficult to determine the right number of plates for this edition, but it appears this set has 108. The 1718 edition seems to have a larger number of plates. Dugdale's other major works include Antiquaries of Warwichshire (1656) and History of St. Paul's Cathedral (1658). The set includes a letter dated November 30, 1956 from a bookseller acknowledging the sale of the set to a buyer. Extra postage required.

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        Mensa Isiaca.

      Andreas Fries. Due parti in un volume in 4°; pergamena contemporanea, tassello e titolo in oro al dorso (cerniera anteriore allentata); pp. (10), 96, (12) + (8), 96 [i.e. 94]. Con un"incisione in rame di A. Blothelingh, 3 vignette incise, 11 carte incise ripiegate, 9 illustrazioni a piena pagina e ancora vignette e illustrazioni nel testo.Ottima copia. TERZA E MIGLIORE EDIZIONE della "Mensa Isiaca" di Pignoria, la prima significativa opera di egittologia (pubblicata inizialmente come "Vetustissimae tabulae aeneae sacris Aegyptiorum" nel 1605). "Mensa Isiaca" o la tavola di Iside era un tavola in bronzo scoperta tra le rovine del tempio di Iside a Roma nel 1525, o forse nel 1527, divenuto uno dei più noti manufatti egizi dell'epoca. Questa tavola in bronzo, che secondo molti era stata realizza a Roma nel corso del I secolo d.C., giunse al cardinale Bembo, che consentì a Pignoria di esaminarla. Numerosi studiosi formularono differenti ipotesi riguardo alla funzione della "Mensa Isiaca", ma la spiegazione di Pignoria risultò la più semplice e la più convincente: si sarebbe trattato di un rappresentazione delle ceremonie sacrificali secondo i riti egizi. Le illustrazioni furono realizzate da Aeneas Vico. Blackmer, 1312; Gay, 1567; Ibrahim-Hilmy, II, 119..

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        Hispaniae Nova et Excta Descriptio

      Anversa 1605 - Carta geografica tratta dal "Cosmographia Generalis" di Paulus Merula. La carta, seppur di chiara ispirazione mercatoriana, rappresenta una riduzione di quella realizzata da Plancius nel 1592. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Molto rara. Map taken from "Cosmography Generalis" by Paulus Merula. The map , though clearly inspired by Mercator, represents a reduction of one built by Plancius in 1592. Copper engraving, in excellent condition. Very rare. Gunter Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica Neerlandica, I, p. 30. Dimensioni 330 235mm

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        America

      Venezia 1605 - Carta geografica del continente tratta dal "Le Relationi Universali" di Giovanni Botero. Il popolare libro del Botero ebbe numerose edizioni dal 1582 al 1671. La carta del Rosaccio appare appunto nella sola edizione del 1605, e talvolta si può trovare nelle tarde pubblicazioni della Geografia di Tolomeo, a cura dello stesso Rosaccio. La carta deriva da quella contenuta nella prima edizione, opera di Giovanni Lorenzo Anania (1582). Incisione in rame, bella coloritura a mano, in ottime condizioni. Early map of North and South America from the 1605 edition of "Le relationi Universli" by Giovanni Botero, published in Venice in 1605. The famous book of Botero has been published many times between 1582 and 1671. Rosaccio's map appears just in the 1605 edition, but it can be found also in late editions of Tolomeo's Geographia, edited by Rosaccio himself. This map is derived from the earlier maps by d'Anania from the 1582 and 1595 editions. In the Pacific is a huge Nova Guinea, which appears to be a part of Antarctica. Discoveries noted in the Pacific include the Ladrones (Guam). Copperplate with later hand colour, in good conditions. P. D. Burden "The mapping of North America", 149 Dimensioni 265 205mm [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Kurtzer doch gründlicher Bericht, von der Calculation der Tabularum Sinuum, Tangentium und Secantium. Sampt deroselben gebrauch, in der Solvierung oder aussrechnung aller flachen Triangel... auss dem Niderländischen transferirt... Sampt einer Vorrede M. Danielis Schwenters. - Beigedruckt: (J. Praetorius [Richter]). Tabulae, Sinuum Tangentium und Secantium, auffs fleissigst aussgerechnet und corrigiret.

      2 Tle. in 1 Band. Mit vielen Holzschnitt-Diagrammen im Text und Druckermarke am Schluss. 12 Bll., 154 S., 4 Bll, 1 w. Bl., 91 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 13,5 x 8 cm. VD 17 23:289767G Bibl. Belgica S 144 Bierens de Haan 4590-91 Cantor II, 572 f. Schneider, Simon Stevins mathematisches Werk (in: Gebhardt, Visier- und Rechenbucher), S. 72 f. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe von Stevins Trigonometrie, übersetzt und ergänzt von Daniel Schwenter, das einzige im 17. Jahrhundert ins Deutsche übertragene mathematische Werk des großen niederländischen Mathematikers, Physikers und Ingenieurs. Das Original ("Driehouckhandel") war zuerst in Stevins "Wisconstige Gedachtenissen" (Leiden 1605-08) erschienen, einer in den letzten Lebensjahren zusammengestellten Sammlung seiner mathematischen Schriften. In der Vorrede geht Schwenter ausführlich auch auf die trigonometrischen Arbeiten anderer Mathematiker ein, insbesondere auf Joachim Rhetikus und Bartholomäus Pitiscus, dessen vier Axiome zu sphärischen Dreiecken er Stevins Arbeit voranstellt. Zudem übernahm er nicht die von Stevin berechneten Sinustafeln, sondern fügte stattdessen die bis dahin unveröffentlichten Tafeln seines Lehrers Johann Praetorius bei, die er nach einem in seinem Besitz befindlichen Manuskript drucken ließ. Der Altdorfer Mathematiker, zu dessen Schülern neben Schwenter u.a. auch Kaiser Maximilian II. zählte, hatte sich intensiv mit trigonometrischen Berechnungen beschäftigt und die Tafelwerke seines Freundes und Lehrers Rheticus überarbeitet und verfeinert. - Kl. Bezugsfehlstelle am Vordergelenk und kl. Stoßstelle an der Vorderkante des Rückdeckels. Tls. gebräunt bzw. etwas braunfleckig, insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Discorso…sopra l'Apparizione de la Nuova Stella. E sopra le tre oscurazioni del Sole e de la Luna nel anno 1605. Con alquanto di lume del arte del Oro

      Woodcut Medicean arms on title. 36 pp. Small 4to, attractive antique calf (final five leaves a little stained & with some minor marginal paper repairs), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Florence: C. Giunti, 1605. First edition of this rare and important book on the new star of October 1604; it plays a significant role in the first great controversy of Galileo's scientific career in which he turned his back on the whole philosophical approach to science and sought reliable information and secure knowledge about the physical world through observations and calculations. The controversy which arose from the appearance of the supernova of 1604 was, simply, did the nova appear far beyond the moon - as believed by the astronomers - or did it occur in the sublunar region as believed by the Aristotelians who thought nothing new could be created in the heavens? Gualterotti (b. 1548), "knew Galileo as a young man and showed him how stars could be seen in daytime through a long hole in a castle wall. In 1605 he published books [this and the following work] about the new star of 1604…He also mentioned observations of stars through a dark tube, and from a letter written shortly after Galileo's telescopic discoveries it appears that he, like Porta, had employed a lens or lenses in a tube without developing the potentialities of the device. He was interested in alchemy and composed much poetry. He died at Florence in May 1639."-Drake, Galileo at Work, pp. 451-52. In the present book, Gualterotti provides a long and careful account of his observations of the new star which he first observed from Florence on 9 October 1604. He "favored generation of the new star from the gatherings of vapors and exhalations in the region of the outer planets. He wrote at some length on the flexibility and penetrability of the heavens, on the presence there of elemental material in a refined and purified state, and on the essential similarity of matter everywhere."-Drake, Galileo against the Philosophers, p. 59. Both Galileo and Colombe read this book carefully. In fact, according to Drake, Galileo believed that Gualterotti's views were the main reason Colombe wrote his Discorso of 1606, in which he attacked Gualterotti without naming him. Gualterotti also provides here an important and early scientific description of a sunspot. Although not a scientist of great note, Gualterotti was a significant figure within the scientific debate over the supernova, thanks to his anti-Aristotelian theories and his connections to Galileo. He is also important for being one of the first to use a telescope although he only used it to observe jousting matches. In a letter to Galileo in 1610, shortly after the publication of Sidereus Nuncius, Gualterotti wrote that he had developed a telescope in 1598. But, as it seemed to him to be "a feeble thing" he neglected it. Very good copy of a rare book. ❧ Carli & Favaro 14. Cinti 14-(& see his long detailed note on the scientific contents of this work). Riccardi, I, col. 535. Van Helden, "The Invention of the Telescope" in Transactions of the A.P.S., Vol. 67, Part 4 (1977), pp. 19, 24-25, 35, & 45-46.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, mit Darstellung der Belagerung 1605.

      - Kupferstich v. "GK 1605" ( = Georg Keller ), dat. 1605, 22,5 x 28,5 Nicht bei Fauser und Drugulin. Szalai Bela, Esztergom 1605/1 und Abbildung 80. - Hier aber vorliegend als Einblattdruck. Blick auf die Umgebung von Esztergom aus der Vogelschau, im Vordergrund rechts das türk. Truppenlager,

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        Catalogo breve degli illustri e famosi Scrittori Venetiani, quali tutti hanno dato alla luce qualche opera conforme alla loro professione particolare

      presso gli eredi di Giovanni Rossi, 1605. In 4°, pp. 88, (14). Pergamena semifloscia dell'epoca (mancanza sul dorso). Un timbro privato di possesso sulla carta bianca di sguardia. Giacomo Alberici, storico e studioso di musica sacra elencò undici musicisti agostiniani e quattordici musicisti veneziani, per alcuni dei quali il questa raccolta è la fonte principale di notizie storiche.

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        Vertumno e Pomona

      1605 - Bulino, 1605, datato e firmato in lastra, nell’immagine, in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di Abraham Bloemart. Esemplare nel raro primo stato di quattro. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni e contrasti, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificabile, rifilata alla linea marginale, traccia di piega centrale visibile sul verso, restauro perfettamente eseguito al verso dell'angolo superiore sinistro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questo lavoro è il risultato della proficua collaborazione del pittore manierista olandese Abraham Bloemart e Jan Saenredam. Pubblicato solo due anni prima della morte di Saenredam, riflette il delicato tratteggio evidente nei suoi ultimi lavori. Qui sostituisce le sue precedenti linee accentuate e spesse, derivate dall’influenza di Hendrick Goltzius a Haarlem, con linee più sottili e varie che producono ricchi contrasti di tono e consistenza. Il disegno di Bloemart sottolinea le curve piene del corpo nudo e disteso della dea; questa nudità è atipica per le successive rappresentazioni olandesi del mito, anche se qui si deve al piacere nordico manierista per la rappresentazione del corpo umano nudo. Henkel suggerisce che la posizione del dio e della dea in Bloemart derivi dall’incisione di Antonio Tempesta dello stesso soggetto. Tuttavia, la prima data certa della serie delle Metamorfosi del Tempesta è 1606, un anno dopo la stampa di Saeredam. Se la serie di Tempesta ha influenzato le Metamorfosi di H. Goltzius del 1589, e quindi precede l'incisione di Saenredam è una questione ancora aperta. Hellerstedt considera la possibilità di un prototipo alternativo sia per Tempesta che Bloemaert, forse la rappresentazione di Vertumno e Pomona di Bernard Salomon incluso in una popolare edizione illustrata delle Metamorfosi del1557. L'associazione del mito con il giardini e la vegetazione è rimarcata. Pomona, che tiene una roncola, è circondata dai frutti lussureggianti che pendono dai rami; mentre risaltano in primo piano folti viti e grandi zucche. L’ambientazione della scena in un giardino è indicata dai pergolati ad arco incisi più delicatamente sullo sfondo. La scelta dei frutti non è arbitraria, zucche mele ed uva raggiungono la maturazione in autunno; Pomona è spesso raffigurata con Bacco, come le divinità associate a quella stagione. Magnifica prova di questa importante incisione. Ex collezione William Sharp (Lugt 2650). Engraving, 1605, dated in the right corner and lettered below right "A. Bloemaert inue, / J.Saenredam sculp. / et excu". After Abraham Bloemaert. Magnificient example, in the first state of four, printed on contemporary laid paper with unidentified watermark, trimmed at copperplate, some expert reapirs at the back, generallly in very good condition. This work is the result of the successful collaboration of the Dutch Mannerist painter Abraham Bloemart and Jan Saenredam. Produced only two years before Saenredam’s death, it reflects the delicate handling apparent in his late work. Here he replace his earlier exuberant, swelling lines, derived from his association with Hendrick Goltzius in Haarlem, with finer, more varied lines which produce richer contrasts of tone and texture. Bloemart’s design emphasizes the full curves of the goddess’s elongated nude body; this nudity is atypical of later Dutch representation of the myth, though here it must be due to the delight northern mannerists took in the representation of the naked human body. Henkel suggests that Bloemart’s arrangement of god and goddess derived from the engraving by Antonio Tempesta of the same subject. However, the earliest known date of the Tempesta series is 1606, one year after Saeredam’s print. Whether Tempesta’s series influenced the 1589 prints of The Metamorphoseos by H. Goltzius, and therefore predate the Saenredam engraving in still open. Hellerstedt cosiders the possibility of an alternative prototype for both Tempesta and Bloemaert, maybe the depiction of Vertumnus and Pomona by Bernard Sa

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        Totius Orbis Cogniti Universalis Descriptio

      Anversa 1605 - L'incisore Jan van Doetecum riprende questa mappa mondo dal doppio emisfero da quella incisa da suo padre Baptista per Petrus Plancius nel 1590. Ci sono dei cambiamenti, come l’aggiunta della Novaja Zemlja e l'inserimento degli emisferi celesti della mappa del mondo Plancius 'del 1594 - ma per il resto la mappa è fondamentalmente la stessa. Ci sono quattro nuovi inserti angolari in cornici ovali. Queste sono delle isole di S. Elena, Islanda, Giappone e Ceylon, che sono versioni ingrandite e il miglioramento di queste isole così come appaiono sulla mappa principale. Incisione in rame, magnifica prova, in perfetto stato di conservazione. The engraver Jan van Doetecum has copied this world map from the double-hemispherical one engraved by his father Baptista for Petrus Plancius in 1590. There are one or two changes - such as the addtion of Novaya Zemlya and the insertion of the celestial hemispheres from Plancius' world map of 1594 - but otherwise the map is basically the same. Like its predecessor, it is enclosed within a striking strapwork border. There are four new corner inserts in oval frames. These are of the islands of St. Helena, Iceland, Japan and Ceylon. The latter three are enlarged and improved versions of these islands as they appear on the main map." (Shirley). A fine example of this higly decorative early world map. R. W. Shirley, "The Mapping of the world", 254; New Hollstein, Doetecum IV, 995 Dimensioni 540 330mm

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        L'isole Piu Famose Del Mondo ...1st Map Of North America As An Entity

      Venetia: Heirs of Simon Galignani. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1605. Hardcover. Engravings; Folio, old (contemp? ) vellum over bds, morocco spine labels; light edge wear, a little dusty. With engraved title page 48 engravings in text (47 maps, one sea engagement). Light to occasionally moderate foxing, a few small expert repairs in fore0edge margins - affecting a few shoulder notes, occasional dust smudging in margins,11 3/4 x 8 1/8 inches. The world as seen through the eyes of the sea power, Venice. Includes 2 world wide maps showing both the New and the Old Worlds. Including North America. One map of North America solely. Various Caribbean Islands including Cuba and Hispaniola. Zaltieri's famous map - the first of North America as an entity. Layout of Mexico City in the middle of the lake, Various Asian Islands, 48 maps engraved on copper. Bound in full contemporary vellum. Phillips Atlase 3328. ; 0 .

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        HISTORIA VINETIANA DI PAOLO PARUTA CAVALIERE, ET PROCURATORE DI S. MARCO [CT 2 PARTS IN ONE VOL]

      Vinetia,: Domenico Nicolini. Good with no dust jacket. 1605. First Edition. Hardcover. Portraits; (2), 840, (36), 320, (16) pages; First title page, with the portrait of the Paruta. 1st edition of this well knowns work of renowned diplomatic Venetian Paolo Paruta (1540 - Venice, December 6, 1598) . Paruta Paolo, among other functions, acted as official historian to the Republic. Bound in worn original vellum, occasional water stains, general contents condition is G/VG. Second part [also with title page portrait], Contains Della historia vinetiana Paolo Paruta caualiere, et prosecutor of San Marco, part two. In which three books contain the war made by alloy de 'princes christiani against Ottoman Selino, for the occasion of the Kingdom of Cyprus. Paruta Paolo (1540-1598). In ; 0 .

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        De rege et regis institutione libri III. And: De ponderibus & mensuris.

      Moguntiae (Mainz), Typis Balthasaris Lippii, Impensis Heredum Andrea Wecheli 1605 - Two volumes in one in small 8vo; pp. (8), 372, (16) index; pp. 160, (8); 18th century calf, raised bands, re-backed using the original spine strip, spine gilt in compartments with red gilt lettering-piece, corners with small restorations, red edges, marbled endpapers, front fly leaf with contemporary ink annotations in French, name in upper margin of first title page, title page a bit browned, inside mild age-toning, else clean and crisp, a very good copy. Second edition of both works, first published in 1599 in Toledo. Mariana (1535-1624), a Spanish Jesuit, was an important early economic and political theorist, and a leading figure of the School of Salamanca. De rege and regis is one of the most important publications in the history of political thought of the period drawing ideas in particular from Bodin and Erasmus. The author expressed his point of view with remarkable frankness and boldness. He therefore was forced to make some corrections in this second edition. De ponderibus et mensuris treats mainly of the comparative values of Roman, Greek, Hebrew, and Spanish weights and measures against those of Toledo. With this writing on weights, measures and another tract on money he contributed essentially to the construction of solid foundations for the commerce of his time. Kress 265 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE COUNTESS OF PEMBROKES ARCADIA. Sonnets, Poesie, Astrophel & Stella and A Masque. Now the Fourth Time Published with Sundry New Additions of the same Author.

      London, imprinted for Simon Waterson, 1605.. Actually the fifth edition, 1605. A variant edition with no printers listed, SEE ESTC S117386. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 280 x180 mm, 11 x 7 inches, LACKS THE FIRST BLANK AND THE LEAF "TO THE READER". Pictorial woodcut title page containing figures of early astronomers, geographers, musicians and scientists. Pages: [4], 1-471; Sonnets 472-490; Defence of poesy 491-518; Astrophel and Stella 519-569; A masque 570-576, some misnumbering, bound in full calf, new spine in lighter calf, contemporary gilt decorated covers, all edges gilt. Binding rubbed and lightly scuffed, shelf wear to edges, corners worn with board showing at tips, slight darkening to edges of covers, pale spotting of various sizes to many pages, mostly to margins (see attached images), otherwise a very good tight copy. See: Carl H. Pforzheimer Library, English Literature 1475-1700, Volume 3, page 966, No. 939; Catalogue of Original and Early Editions of some of the Poetical and Prose Works of English Writers from Langland to Wither, Grolier Cub, pages 187-89. This edition is apparently a word for word reprint of the 1598 edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Fables Fabuli Elegantis

      Tornaesium 1605 - A very good early (1605) edition of Aesop's Fables. In protective case. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE COUNTESS OF PEMBROKES ARCADIA. Sonnets, Poesie, Astrophel & Stella and A Masque. Now the Fourth Time Published with Sundry New Additions of the same Author.

      London, imprinted for Simon Waterson, 1605. Actually the fifth edition, 1605. A variant edition with no printers listed, SEE ESTC S117386. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 280 x180 mm, 11 x 7 inches, LACKS THE FIRST BLANK AND THE LEAF "TO THE READER". Pictorial woodcut title page containing figures of early astronomers, geographers, musicians and scientists. Pages: [4], 1-471; Sonnets 472-490; Defence of poesy 491-518; Astrophel and Stella 519-569; A masque 570-576, some misnumbering, bound in full calf, new spine in lighter calf, contemporary gilt decorated covers, all edges gilt. Binding rubbed and lightly scuffed, shelf wear to edges, corners worn with board showing at tips, slight darkening to edges of covers, pale spotting of various sizes to many pages, mostly to margins (see attached images), otherwise a very good tight copy. See: Carl H. Pforzheimer Library, English Literature 1475-1700, Volume 3, page 966, No. 939; Catalogue of Original and Early Editions of some of the Poetical and Prose Works of English Writers from Langland to Wither, Grolier Cub, pages 187-89. This edition is apparently a word for word reprint of the 1598 edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Catalogi Haereticorum [...] Liber 8: In Qvo Cvriosorum Et Sanguinariorum Hypocritarum, Iesuvvitarum, errores [et] argumenta repetuntur [et] refutantur, cum assertione veræ sententiæ, quam Catholica complectitur Ecclesia.

      [31] Bl., 832 S., Kl8. Mit einer Titelvignette. Pergamenteinband auf drei echten Bünden mit Schließkordeln (komplett). Vorderer und hinterer Deckel mit doppeltem Filetenrahmen mit Eck- und Mittelzier (Stern) in Blindprägung. Der vordere Deckel trägt die offenbar gestempelte Aufschrift "S Petrus in W 1605". Sehr schönes, sauberes Exemplar. Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks: Francoforti, Excudebat Ioannes Lechlerus, impensis Petri Kopfij - Konrad Schlüsselburg, evangelischer Theologe, wurde am 8.4.1543 in Hessisch Oldendorf an der Weser geboren und starb am 5.10.1619 in Stralsund. Er studierte seit 1565 in Wittenberg Theologie, wurde 1570 in Jena Magister und nahm 1574 in Königsberg eine Pfarrstelle an. Wie schon in Wittenberg mußte er als Verfechter einer strengen Orthodoxie nach scharfen Auseinandersetzungen mit dem samländischen Bischof und Akademikern das Pfarramt aufgeben und die Stadt verlassen. Nach einer Vorlesungstätigkeit in Rostock (seit 1580) folgten geistliche Ämter in Antwerpen (1582) und Gadebusch. Seit 1582 war er Pfarrer in Wismar, seit 1590 Superintendent in Ratzeburg und seit 1593 Oberpfarrer in Stralsund. 1594 wurde er in Jena zum Dr. theol. promoviert. Sein Catalogus Haereticorum (13 Bde., 1597-1601) gilt als Hauptwerk lutherischen Polemik und Streittheologie und als bedeutende dogmengeschichtliche Quellensammlung.

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        Histoire de France et des choses mémorables advenues aux provinces estrangeres durant sept années de paix du règne de Henry IIII Roy de France et de Navarre, divisée en sept livres. A Paris, chez Jamet Metayer, Imprimeur du Roi et Mathieu Guillemot au Palais en la gallerie des prisonniers. MDCV.

      Jamet Metayer Paris 1605 - 2 tomes en 1 volume fort in-4, titre-frontispice gravé, 1 feuillet de dédicace gravé ; portrait dépliant de Henry IV ; (18 feuillets) de sommaire, 325 feuillets, (1 feuillet blanc), (26 feuillets) ; 374 feuillets, (28 feuillets). Plein veau havane du temps. Trois encadrements de larges roulettes séparés par des doubles filets droits ; très riche décor aux petits fers curvilignes de "rameaux d'olivier" dans les angles du compartiment central, dissimulant un fer quadrilobé surmonté d'une fleur stylisée ; des petits fers identiques forment au centre un important losange, chargé de deux fleurettes , et délimitant une réserve en son centre. Dos en long orné d'un décor de rameaux d'olivier, avec, frappé en son centre, le titre "Histoire de la Paix. Matthieu". Filet droit sur les coupes. Toutes tranches dorées. Fermoirs. (Coiffes restaurées. Portrait de Henry IV doublé. Déchirure sans manque au feuillet k4). Superbe exemplaire entièrement réglé, imprimé sur un papier vergé fin, dans une fine reliure strictement contemporaine, dans le goût de Le Gascon. Duportal (Contribution au catalogue général des livres à figures du XVIIème siècle, n°78) décrit les trois superbes cuivres dessinés et gravés par Fornazeri pour le titre-frontispice, la dédicace, et la première page du livre I, mais ne signale pas le portrait remplié, daté 1605, gravé par Thomas de Leu d'après Bunel. Le récit de Pierre Matthieu (1563-1621), humaniste, poète, dramaturge, juriste et historiographe du roi, est d'autant plus intéressant que l'auteur fut d'abord proche des Ligueurs, avant de se rallier à Henri IV, dont il devint un proche conseiller et confident. Les passages sur la nécessité de la réconciliation entre protestants et catholiques et l'éloge de l'Edit de Nantes (Livre II) sont d'une haute tenue morale, et éclairent avec simplicité les talents de diplomate et de pacificateur du roi. Les récits détaillés et datés des principaux événements en France et à l'étranger font de cet ouvrage une anticipation des premiers Mercures ou Gazettes : on y trouve aussi bien les relations d'événements historiques, militaires, religieux, diplomatiques que de manifestations artistiques (à noter dans ce dernier domaine le Ballet de la Royne donné pour le Carême Prenant de 1601, Livre V, feuillets 88-89), et même quelques faits divers (faits de sorcellerie etc.). Matthieu n'hésite pas à citer Aristote, Thucydide, Platon, Denys d'Halicarnasse, Plutarque (en grec et dans la traduction d'Amyot), Xenophon, Flavius Josephe, Pausanias, Hérodote et quantité d'autres auteurs grecs (tantôt en grec, tantôt en latin) et latins. Montaigne est l'un des très rares auteurs contemporains auxquels il se réfère (Livre V, page 118). (Brunet, III, 1531 :"Ouvrage recherché à cause des pièces qu'il renferme" ; Duportal, n°78). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Commentarii in P. Rami regii professoris dialecticam, quibus ex classicis quibusque auctoribus praeceptorum Rameorum perfectio demonstratur, sensus explicatur, usus exponitur; auctore Georgio Dounamo, logicae quondam apud Cantabrigienses praelectore, & Collegii Christi socio.

      - Frankfurt a.M., Wolfgang Richter, 1605. 8vo. 794,+ (3),+ (3 blank) pp. Recurring dampstain. Underlinings. Small hole in pp. 193-203, with loss of letter on pp. 193-96. Bound together with: BUSCHER, Heizo. Harmoniae logicae Philipporameae libri duo. Integram disserendi facultatem explicantes, appositione exemplorum Rameorum nunc tertium aucti & emendati, opera & studio M. Heizonis Buscheri Hannoverani P. S.rectoris ex P. Rami logica deducta & explicata, & duobus libris comprehensa. Frankfurt a.M., Officina Paltheniana, 1501 [=1601]. 8:o. 7,+ (1),+ 302,+ (2 blank) pp. Recurring dampstain. Some small stains. Contemporary owner?s notation on title page. Bound together with:BUSCHER, Heizo. De ratione solvendi sophismata solide et perspicve ex P. Rami logica deducta et explicata. Libri duo. Frankfurt a. M., Officina Paltheniana, 1600[?]. 8:o. 15,+ (1 blank),+ 1-69,+ (3 blank),+ (5) pp. A few minor spots. Somewhat worn contemporary vellum. Boards stained, spine cleaned. Owner?s signatures of three 17th-century owners and of Jacob Öhrling on the first title page. From the library of bishop Eric Waller (1732-1811), with its bookplate. Title corrected with ink to either 1601 or 1610.VD17 1:064378S for the first title. VD17 1:064814Z for the second title. This edition of the third title not in VD17. Den äldsta av ägarnoterinagrna lyder: ?Sebastian Meier Lybeck 1608?, den följs av en svårläst, daterad 1645 och en överstruken, daterad 1659. Den enligt Westén ?mångkunnoge theologiae lectoren och prosten magister Jacob Öhrling? (1684-1727) var dessutom riksdagsman 1723 och 1726, samt gift med Eric Wallers moster. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        New Wapenbuch: Darinnen deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation hoher Potentaten, Fürsten, Herren und Adelspersonen auch anderer Ständt und Stätte Wapen An der Zahl über 3320 beneben ihrer Schilt und Helmkleinoten, mit besonderm Fleiß erkündiget, und uff Kupfferstück zum Truck verfertiget.

      Nürnberg Christoph Lochner für den Autor 1605 - Mit gestochenem Titel und 226 (teils kolorierten) Kupferstich-Tafeln mit insgesamt 3741 Wappendarstellungen. 38 nn. Bl., 226 S., 12 nn. Bl. 15 x 19 cm. Späterer Lederband (berieben und fleckig) mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf rotem Rückenschild sowie Rückenfileten. (084). ADB XXXIV, 136 ff. Dahlmann-Waitz 525. - Erste Ausgabe des ersten Teils in einem zu etwa einem Viertel altkolorierten Exemplar. - "Johann Siebmachers (um 1561-1611) Hauptwerk ist das für die Heraldik so außerordentlich wichtige große Wappenbuch, dessen erster Theil 1605 unter dem Titel: 'New Wapenbuch' etc. etc. in Quart erschien und ungefähr 3320 Wappen aufweist" (ADB). - "In seiner Vorrede hat Siebmacher schon bedacht, daß die Schilde ausgemalt werden. Aber wer macht sich solch eine Mühe? Versucht hat es mancher, wie wenige nur am Anfang kolorierte Exemplare zeigen. Vollständig kolorierte . gehören zu den größten Seltenheiten (und sind in nur zwei Exemplaren bekannt)" (Horst Appuhn im Nachwort zu einer Reprintausgabe. Dortmund, 1994). - Unser Exemplar ist solch ein seltener Versuch mit 16 komplett kolorierten Tafeln und vielen kolorierten Einzelwappen. - Die ersten zwei und das letzte Blatt alt aufgezogen. Durchgängig unterschiedlich gebräunt und fleckig, einige Stabilisierungen. Fünf Textblätter durch perfekte Kopie ergänzt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Advancement

      1605 - BACON, FRANCIS. The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane. London: For Henrie Tomes, 1605. 4to. [1], 45, 118 [i.e., 121] leaves. Lacks final blank 3H2 and, as always, the rare two leaves of errata at the end. Late eighteenth-century half calf and marbled boards (extremities of boards worn), very skillfully and imperceptibly rebacked retaining entire original spine. Small worm trail in the bottom margin of quires 2D-2F, occasional minor marginalia in an early hand, else a lovely copy. Early signature of Row'd Wetherald on title, signature of Horatio Carlyon, 1861, on front pastedown. Sachs bookplate and a modern leather book label. In a calf-backed clamshell box. First edition. The Two Bookes is Bacon's preliminary statement of his massive plan to survey all human knowledge and to reorganize scientific method, as he later propounded in Instauratio Magna and De Augmentis Scientiarum. Pforzheimer 36; Gibson 81; Grolier, Langland to Wither, 12; Grolier/Horblit 8a; Norman 97; STC 1164. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Römischen Kaiserlichen Mayestat Und gemeiner Ständen deß heiligen Reichs angenommene, und bewilligte Cammergerichts-Ordnung: zu beförderung gemeines Nutzens, auß allen alten Cammergerichts Ordnungen und Abschieden.

      Mainz, J.Albinus 1605 - 4°. 8 nn. Bl., 495 S. Pergament der Zeit mit blindgeprägten Deckelfileten und Eckfleurons sowie mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel, (etwas berieben und fleckig, ohne die Schließbänder, unteres Kapital gering eingerissen). Wohl dritte Ausgabe der maßgeblichen Bearbeitung der Reichskammergerichtsordnung durch Cisner. - VD17 12:626436Q; vgl. Stintzing/L. I, 507; Sauer & Auvermann 2072. - Titel in Rot und Schwarz. - Der 1529 in Mosbach geborene Cisner wurde 1567 Beisitzer des Reichskammergerichts in Speyer und gab bereits 1570 eine erste Bearbeitung heraus, die 1574 von einem Unbekannten als Grundlage einer eigenen Arbeit genutzt wurde, allerdings ohne den Urheber zu nennen. Daraufhin erschien die maßgebliche Bearbeitung Cisners von 1580. - "Die neue Bearbeitung unterscheidet sich von der ersten Ausgabe nicht nur durch den vollständigen Abdruck des gesetzlichen Textes, sondern auch durch ein viel reicheres Material. Zu den einzelnen Titeln der R.G.O. sind beigefügt die darauf bezüglichen späteren Reichstagsabschlüsse, gemeinen Bescheide. bis zum Jahr 1579. Dies Werk Cisner's ist für die damalige Praxis offenbar von dem größestem Werthe gewesen." (Stintzing/L.). - Name von alter Hand auf Titel, teils leicht gebräunt, 2 Namensstempel auf Innendeckel. Schönes Exemplar.

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        Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Advancement

      , 1605. 1605. BACON, FRANCIS. The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane. London: For Henrie Tomes, 1605. 4to. [1], 45, 118 [i.e., 121] leaves. Lacks final blank 3H2 and, as always, the rare two leaves of errata at the end. Late eighteenth-century half calf and marbled boards (extremities of boards worn), very skillfully and imperceptibly rebacked retaining entire original spine. Small worm trail in the bottom margin of quires 2D-2F, occasional minor marginalia in an early hand, else a lovely copy. Early signature of Row'd Wetherald on title, signature of Horatio Carlyon, 1861, on front pastedown. Sachs bookplate and a modern leather book label. In a calf-backed clamshell box. First edition. The Two Bookes is Bacon's preliminary statement of his massive plan to survey all human knowledge and to reorganize scientific method, as he later propounded in Instauratio Magna and De Augmentis Scientiarum. Pforzheimer 36; Gibson 81; Grolier, Langland to Wither, 12; Grolier/Horblit 8a; Norman 97; STC 1164.

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