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2010-03-15 01:51:16
Stanford, Sir William (1509-1558)
London: [Pleas:] Londini ex typographia Societatis Stationariorum. Anno Domini 1607. [Prerogative:] London printed for the Company of Stationers. 1607., 1607. Book. Very Good. Leather. Description: Two works in one volume. Sm. 4to (8 ×6 in): [12], 198; [1], 85 leaves. Early calf, rebacked, red title-label. · Register: 4º: ¶^8 2¶^4 A-Z^8 &^8 [sec.]^6; A-K^8 L^6. · Condition: Pages clean and bright. · Comments: Last edition. Stanford's 'Plees del coron' was the first legal text book in England to cite specific authorities for every proposition. Stanford relied heavily on the material heaped together under the heading 'Corone' in Fitzherbert's Abridgment. However, Stanford arranged his treatise under chapters and headings in a coherent text, quoting acts of parliament and passages from Glanvill and Bracton. The treatise was first printed by Richard Tottell in 1557, shortly before Stanford's death. It is written in Law French. The other treatise in this volume is Stanford's 'Exposicion of the Kinges Prerogative'. Although written in 1548 (according to the dated dedication to Nicholas Bacon, then attorney of the wards), it was not published until 1567. It is built on the readings of the 'Prerogative regis', which was by early repute mistakenly called a statute of parliament. It also drew heavily on Fitzherbert and Stanford expressed the hope that others would similar treat titles of the Abridgment in an orderly fashion. The treatise deals with the property rights of the crown. It is written in English. · Title continued: "Whereunto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nostre Livers
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2010-01-15 11:20:32
Coke, Edward
First edition variant of the part of Coke's reports in which he begins to draw upon contemporary material and in which he continues his observations, begun in the preface to the second part of his Reports, on the ancient laws and customs of England. Modern 1/4 morocco over boards, discreetly ex-library, light browning, extensive marginal gloss, a very good copy; rare, one copy in ESTC in the USA. Printed for the Societie of Stationers, London], 1607.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2009-12-11 00:00:00
TASSO Torquato
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.
2009-11-25 09:20:27
RAGUEL, Franciscus.
Rostock, Christoffer Reusner, 1607. 4:o. (8),+ 153,+ (3) s. Enstaka småfläckar. Hfrbd från slutet av 1700-talet, guldornerad rygg med röd titeletikett. Ur Joh. Henric Schröders bibliotek, med hans exlibris, och utgallrad ur Stockholms nations bibliotek i Uppsala, dit den skänkts av A. Wiberg. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Collijn sp. 753f. Första svenska uppagan av denna populära bok av den franske jesuiten Franciscus Raguel, eller Ragueau, (†1605). Ytterligare tre upplagor utkom under 1600-talet.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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2009-07-04 01:06:53
Lambard, William
1607. Lambard(e), William [1536-1601]. Eirenarcha, Or of the Office of the Iustices of the Peace, In Foure Bookes. Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, In the Fourth Yeare of the Peaceable Raigne of Our Most Gracious King Iames. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1607. [i], 622, [80] pp. Four parts in one volume with continuous pagination. Title within typographical border. [Bound with] The Duties of Constables, Borsholders, Tythingmen, And Such Other Lowe and Lay Ministers of the Peace. Whereunto be Adioyned, the Severall Offices of Church Ministers and Churchwardens, and Overseers for the Poore, Surveighours of the Highwaies, and Distributors of the Provision Against Noysome Fowle and Vermine. Now Enlarged. London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1606. 80 pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered titles to spine and fore-edge, ties lacking. Some soiling, rubbing to extremities, hinges just starting at ends, partial crack between pp 64-65. Later annotations and bookplates of William Allen Potter and bibliographer E.F. Bosenquet to front pastedown and free endpaper, text notably fresh. An appealing copy. * Lambard, or Lambarde, a barrister and legal historian, was the keeper of records at the Rolls Chapel and the Tower of London. First published in 1581, Eirenarcha is esteemed for its comprehensive and systematic account of the organization of local government under the justices of the peace at the end of the sixteenth century. It was the standard authority for many years and often reprinted. Like many boo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2009-03-05 07:27:08
RODRÍGUEZ, Fray Manuel.
Diego de Cussio, Salamanca 1607 - 1ª ed. 14.6x20.1. 4h. 248ff. 12h. + 6h. 163ff. 12h. Plena piel de época, con faltas en el lomo. Unas discretas picaduras marginales de polilla en una esquina inferior. Faltan los ff. 83-86 en el segundo libro. Obra de interés para la historia del Derecho Canónico y de gran importancia en su época. La 1ª ed. es de 1589, y, a partir de esta se encuentran en la BNE y el CCPB 6 eds. publicadas en las próxmas 30 años, pero de esta edición que tenemos presente, no se cita ningún ejemplar. El autor era portugués, nacido en Extremoz, profesor de derecho canónigo en la Universidad de Coimbra. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.
Bookseller: Carmichael Alonso libros
2008-12-27 14:11:01
William Camden, London, 1607. South WalesThis map was engraved by Hole and then re-engraved by Kip for William CamdenThis map is from William Camden's Britannia. "Britannia was first published in 1586 and provided a history of Britain from pre-Roman times. It was not until the 1607 edition, (the last one published in his lifetime) that Camden included maps of English and Welsh counties together with maps of Ireland and Scotland." (Booth 40), Size : 275x340 (mm), 10.875x13.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2008-11-08 09:31:25
- Barcelona (Barcelone), Joan Simon, 1607. 15x20,5 cm. 208 feuillets numérotés par folio (soit 416 pages) + Table non foliotée. Reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin. Dos lisse portant le nom de l'auteur et une ancienne cote de bibliothèque manuscrite sur papier. Nombreuses traces d'usage. Corps de l'ouvrage désolidarisé de la reliure, cependant cahiers solidement cousus entre eux.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers
2008-08-07 14:09:15
CAMDEN, William (1551-1623).
London: George Bishop and John Norton, 1607. Folio (12 6/8 x 9 inches). Additional engraved allegorical and cartographical title-page, letterpress title-page with woodcut device and ornament, 8 full-page engravings of coins in the text, one engraved general map and 56 regional maps by William Kip or William Hole after Christopher Saxton or John Norden, all but 2 double-page, one or two engraved illustrations in the text, including one of Stonehenge, woodcut ornaments, illustrations and initials throughout THE MAPS, PLATES, ADDITIONAL TITLE-PAGE, ORNAMENTS AND INITIALS ALL FINELY COLORED IN A EARLY HAND (some minor mostly marginal dampstaining and soiling, one or two small repairs). Late 18th-century diced Russia, all edges gilt (rebacked preserving the original compartments by Margaret Suffolk). Provenance: Near contemporary ownership inscription of Alexander Dallway, dated Saturday 26th January 1694/5 at the head of the letterpress title-page, and signed manuscript list of contents on verso of **4; early 19th-century bookplate of the Earl of Roden on the front paste-down, and by descent to; the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Roden, R.N., his sale Sotheby's 8th April 1957, purchased by; Charles W. Traylen for; Christopher Henry Beaumont Pease, Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies. AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LARGE-PAPER COPY, THE FIRST EDITION WITH COUNTY MAPS and the last edition to be published by Camden himself. "If Camden was not the first English historian (in the modern sense of the word), topographer and antiquarian, he was certainly the firs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-04-10 13:20:46
[Cayet, Pierre Victor-Palme]:
Paris. 1607.. Engraved title, regular title, [6]pp., 506 leaves. Thick 12mo. Later speckled boards, leather label, spine gilt. Extremities rubbed. Contents tanned, foredge trimmed affecting some sidenotes but no main text. Minor marginal worming to some leaves. Else very good. A rare and important volume, containing one of the first accounts of Champlain's first voyage to North America. The work includes a detailed account of the 1603 expedition to Canada organized by Amyar de Chastres, governor of Dieppe, and commanded by Sieur Du Pont. Champlain went along on this expedition. The book as a whole reports on the events of 1598 to 1604, including considerable material on Jesuit activity in the New World and China, as well as Canada. The first edition of this book was issued in 1605, with subsequent editions published in 1606, 1607, and 1609. Some of these were issued with an engraved title, as was the present copy, although this is not mentioned by Sabin or Alden. All editions are rare. SABIN 11627 (ref). LANDE 113 (ref). HARRISSE NOUVELLE FRANCE, p.284. PALAU 50667. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 607/13.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-03-30 09:59:57
Antwerp: Hieronymi Verdussen, 1607. First Edition. Hardcover. Old dampstain around the margins of about half the pages affecting mostly the bottom half of the page, but only visible in about a dozen or so plates and even then it is not too disconcerting. Very Good and complete with half-title page. Quarto (7-1/2" x 10-1/2") bound in recent antique calf leather with calf corners retaining nineteenth century marbled boards and floral endpapers. Illustrated with a title page vignette of Horace and 103 full-page copper-engraved plates by C. Boel, C. Galle, and P. de Jode after Otto Vaenius, many quite striking, with verses in Latin, French, and Dutch on verso of preceding plate. Landwehr Dutch 240; Landwehr, Low Countries, 678. Without the final blank (Dd4), not called for by Landwehr, and with pages 48 and 152 numbered correctly and no emblems pasted over. Peter Paul Rubens was Van Veen's pupil for four years.
Bookseller: Charles Agvent
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2008-03-16 09:56:02
[Military Art & Science]. [Vegetius Renatus, Flavius]. V. inl. Fl. Vegetii Renati Comitis, Aliorvmqve Aliqvot Vetervm
[Lugduni Batavorum]: Ex Officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1607. Handsome, recent full leather binding executed in a period style. Binding - Fine. Text block - VG (browning to paper/2q1 lower corner restored [gloss text slightly affected]. Duplicate bifolium (B2/B3) inserted after 2q1 [which has also been noted in other copies].. [8], 102, [10], 123, [1], 208, [8], 347, [1], 24, [32] pp. Printed glosses. Divisional t.p. (dated 1606). Title page device (Plantin. Haeghen 90). Decorative initial capitals. Internal woodcuts of warfare devices & diagrams of troop formations/deployments. 4to: *4 A - O4 2a -2p4 2q2 2A - 3C4. a - 2y4 4 ß4 4 Aa - Dd4. 24.2 cm x 17 cm.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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