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        Commentarius in sphaeram procli diadochi. Cui adiunctus est Computus Ecclesiasticus, cum Calendario triplici, et prognosatico tempestatum ex ortu et occasu stellarum

      Typis Davidis Franci, 1609. - Typis Davidis Franci, Augustae Vindelicorum [Augsbourg] 1609, in - 4 (15x20cm), (8) 367pp. (20) (1), relié. - Prima edizione, rara. Stampa su entrambe le colonne. Vignette di una sfera nella pagina del titolo. 14 figure e tabelle nel testo e molti diagrammi, compreso un calendario per la posizione delle stelle e le figure zodiacali, le tabelle di latitudini e longitudes.Plein velina morbida epoca patta. Smooth indietro silenzioso. Tracce di lacci. Slot alla mascella superiore in cima 2 cm. Vari punti. Manca la prima guardia foglia prima del titolo. Angolo basso a destra della pagina del titolo mancante. Macchia marrone nell'angolo in basso a destra del foglio 14 per foglio 32.Commentaires Georg trattato Henisch sfera Proclo famoso filosofo neo - platonico del V secolo. La prima parte è una traduzione latina, con il testo greco a sinistra del Trattato della sfera. questo trattato astromie prende il sistema tolemaico e studia la teoria dei cinque zone climatiche, cercando di articolare i fenomeni astronomici. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Impression sur deux colonnes. Vignette d'une sphère en page de titre. 14 figures et diagrammes in - texte et nombreux tableaux, notamment un calendrier de la position des astres et figures du zodiaque, des tableaux des latitudes et longitudes. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque à rabats. Dos lisse muet. Traces de lacets. Fente au mors supérieur en tête sur 2 cm. Taches diverses. Manque le premier feuillet de garde avant le titre. Coin droit bas de la page de titre manquant. Tache marron au coin droit bas du feuillet 14 au feuillet 32. Commentaires par Georg Henisch du traité de la sphère de Proclus, célèbre philosophe néo - platonicien du Vème siècle. Une première partie est une traduction en latin, avec le texte grec à gauche, du traité de la sphère. ce traité d'astromie reprend le système de Ptolémée et étudie la théorie des 5 zones climatiques, cherchant à exposer clairement les phénomènes astronomiques.

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        Labirinto de corte con los diez predicamentos de cortesanos. Dos libros en los quales estan comprehendidos todos los bienes, y males que pueden, y suelen acontecer en las cortes de principes à los que las siguen. ... Por el doctor Iulio Antonio Brancalasso sacerdote natural de la ciudad de Tursi. Vn tomo llamado Labirinto de corte.

      por Iuan Bautista Gargano, y Lucrecio Nucci empressores, 1609. 160x220 mm 2 voll in 1 tomo Brunitura alla parte superiore delle ultime carte frontespizio del secondo volume mancante Monogramma di Cristo ai frontespizi.

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        The Second Set of Madrigales to 3.4.5. and 6. parts, apt both for Voyals and Voyces. Newly Composed. [5 of 6 parts]

      London: Thomas Este alias Snodham, for John Browne, 1609. Scarce. STC 25619a. BUC p. 1081. RISM W 1066. "Wilbye';s Second Set of Madrigales (1609) is the finest English madrigal collection... in Happy, O happy he this restrained seriousness is blended with a more madrigalian language to produce one of the noblest pieces in the volume. In general, however, Wilbye used a thoroughly madrigalian style that is fully formed and consistent. His exploitation of repetition, and especially of sequences, is here greatly extended to become one of the most notable features of his style... The canzonet manner remains a major factor in the collection, but it is now used with far more resourcefulness so as to produce, in such pieces as the madrigal Sweet hony sucking bees, one of the most extended and impressive pieces in the volume. A strengthening of counterpoint is seen in other pieces, where a more complex texture is generated by shapely yet sinewy points deployed in broader paragraphs. This feature is found in Fly not so swift and Love not me for comely grace... Wilbye';s ability to penetrate beneath the surface of a text was unsurpassed among the English madrigalists, and his control of an evolving or changing emotional state is splendidly exemplified in All pleasure is of this condition, which proceeds from joy to grief, and Stay Coridon thou swaine, which unfolds an experience of mounting excitement." David Brown in Grove Music Online.. Quarto (ca. 210 x 160 mm). Cantus, Altus, Tenor, Bassus, and Sextus partbooks (lacking Quintus). Stitched in early marbled wrappers with manuscript titling in black ink to uppers. Typeset music throughout. Titles of Cantus, Bassus, and Sextus parts within ornamental woodcut border; several large woodcut historiated initials and ornamental tailpieces. 4 parts with a dedication to Lady Arabella Stuart. Cantus: 1f. (title), [i] (dedication), [i] (table of contents), 20ff. Paper label with " Wilby's Madrigals in 5 parts. 1609. Mr. Hawkins Hist. of Music" in manuscript in black ink to upper. Altus: [i] (dedication), [i] (table of contents), 20ff. Tenor: 16ff. Bassus: 1f. (title), [i] (dedication), [i] (table of contents), 20ff. Sextus: 1f. (title), [i] (dedication), [i] (table of contents), 6ff. Wrappers rather worn; uppers of Cantus and Tenor parts detached. Somewhat browned; light to moderate dampstaining; upper margins closely trimmed, just touching some running heads, primarily in Cantus and Bassus parts; some leaves reinforced with early paper at blank margins; occasional small tears, perforations, or slight loss to blank margins, affecting several letters and noteheads; blank margins of several pages with early scribbles in black ink. Lacking title to Altus part and title, dedication and table of contents to Tenor part; title, dedication, and contents of Sextus part partially lacking, affecting several words.

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        JERUSALEN CONQUISTADA EPOPEYA TRÁGICA 1ª PARTE.

      JUAN DE LA CUESTA, MADRID 1609 - 1609, 256 pp,19x14, pasta española, muy bien conservado, lomo con adornos y letras doradas, cantos moteados en rojo, contiene pequeñas manchas que van del folio 1 al 10. Pertenece a la Bilbioteca de D. Duarte Pinto Coelho. 256 p. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Propos d'Epictete. Recueillis par Arrian auteur grec son disciple. Translatez du grec en françois par Fr. I.D.S.F : Jean de Saint François, dit le P. Goulu. (Exemplaire de Jacques d’Ecosse)

      Paris chez Jean de Heuqueuille, rue Saint Jacques a la Paix 1609 - Grand et fort in-8° relié plein veau de l’époque, dos à cinq nerfs, titre gravé, entre-nerfs fleuronnés, ex-libris armorié de Maynon de Farcheville, chiffre de Jacques d’Ecosse au dos, tranches dorées, 2 f blanc n. ch., un frontispice, 28 pages, dédicaces, épitre, tables , 700 pages chiffrées, 12 pages non chiffrées (table et errata). Le volume est protégé dans une boite. Un mors à la coiffe supérieure légèrement fendu, mais sans manque de peau. Très belle condition. Selon dom Basile Fleureau, auteur en 1683 des Antiquités de la Ville et du Duché d'Étampes, on pouvait encore lire en 1667 sur la porte du logis de Farcheville une inscription attribuant la construction d'un « château considérable » à Hugues II de Bouville (1240-1304), baron de Milly, chambellan de Philippe le Bel, en 1291. La chapelle est citée en 1321. Il s'agit probablement de celle qui a été conservée jusqu'aujourd'hui, avec son décor dont les peintures murales et les lambris de couvrement sont ornés d'anges musiciens, et qui paraît dater du début du xive siècle. En 1407, le domaine entre par héritage dans les possessions de la branche de Châtillon-sur-Loing de la maison de Coligny, illustre famille protestante qui va le conserver pendant plus de deux siècles. Il est pillé et saccagé à trois reprises pendant les Guerres de religion entre 1567 et 1576, et remis en état entre 1578 et 1604. Farcheville entre aux xviie siècle et xviiie siècle dans le patrimoine de riches familles de robe, les Jappin puis les Maynon. En 1637, la seigneurie est achetée par Maximilien Jappin, conseiller et secrétaire du roi. En 1741, le domaine devient la propriété de Vincent Michel Maynon, président de la quatrième chambre des enquêtes au Parlement de Paris. Sous la Révolution française, celui-ci ne put empêcher la démolition d'environ la moitié des arcs de l'enceinte et d'une partie des créneaux. Jacques Stuart (19 juin 1566 – 27 mars 1625) est roi des Écossais sous le nom de Jacques VI (Seumas VI Stiùbhairt en gaélique écossais) à partir du 24 juillet 1567, ainsi que roi d'Angleterre et d'Irlande sous le nom de Jacques Ier (James I Stuart en anglais) à partir du 24 mars 1603. Jacques règne en union personnelle sur les trois royaumes, qui conservent leur indépendance et leurs institutions propres, jusqu'à sa mort. Jacques devient roi d'Écosse à l'âge d'un an, après que sa mère, Marie Ire, a été contrainte d'abdiquer en sa faveur. Quatre régents se succèdent jusqu'à sa majorité, en 1578, mais il ne prend réellement en main les rênes de l'État qu'en 1583. En 1603, il succède à Élisabeth Ire, dernière représentante de la maison Tudor, sur le trône des royaumes d'Angleterre et d'Irlande. À compter de cette date, il s'installe en Angleterre, ne retournant qu'à une seule reprise en Écosse en 1617, et se donne le titre de « roi de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande ». C'est sous son règne que débutent la Plantation en Ulster et la colonisation des Amériques. Son règne en Écosse, le plus long de l'histoire du pays (57 ans et 246 jours), s'avère couronné de succès dans l'ensemble, mais il rencontre davantage de difficultés en Angleterre : il s'oppose fréquemment au Parlement anglais et fait l'objet de plusieurs tentatives d'assassinat, dont la Conspiration des poudres en 1605. Culturellement, « l'âge d'or » élisabéthain se poursuit durant l'« ère jacobéenne », avec des écrivains comme William Shakespeare, John Donne, Ben Jonson ou Francis Bacon. Jacques lui-même est l'auteur de plusieurs traités et recueils de vers, et il est à l'origine de la traduction de la Bible qui porte son nom, la Bible du roi Jacques. [sew] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Schlachtendarstellung im spanisch-niederländischen Krieg i.J. 1605.

      - Kupferstich b. Giustiniano, 1609, 30,5 x 39,5 Denecke, Mülheim an der Ruhr in Stadtansichten aus vier Jahrhunderten, S. 8-9. - Zeigt die Schlacht i.J. 1605 mit kl. Ansichten von Mülheim, Schloß Broich und Schloß Styrum. - Oben links Erklärungen von A-P. (Denecke ". Schloß Styrum wie Mülheim die älteste Ansicht, die wir davon besitzen.").

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        Arte Del Navigare

      1609. The First Practical Treatise on NavigationSecond Italian EditionMEDINA, Pietro da. Arte Del Navigare dell'eccel Dottor Pietro Da Medina. Nella quale copiosamente si tratta tutto quello, che appartiene alla Navigatione, e sua cognitione. Venice: Appresso Tomaso Baglioni, 1609.Second edition in Italian (first published in 1554) of this ground-breaking Spanish work on Compass Navigation.Small quarto (7 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches; 197 x 145 mm.). [xiv], 137, [3, blank] pp. Title-page printed in red and black and with a large woodcut. Full-page woodcut map of Europe, the Atlantic Ocean and the New World on page 33 (identical to the 1554 edition) and numerous woodcut illustrations and diagrams throughout. Numerous woodcut head pieces and initial letters. Early ink name on either side of woodcut, library blind-stamp at top of title. Contemporary mottled calf, spine with four raised bands, decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments. Spine expertly repaired at head and foot, armorial book-plate of the Earl of Macclesfield on front paste-down. A fine copy of a rare treatise."The Venice blocks were used again in a Venice edition by Tomaso Baglione. Six blocks of the 1554 set, apparently lost, were replaced by repetitions, and several blocks were turned were turned in printing. Tables and calendar. Type ornaments. Putti, historiated and foliated initials. The historiated initials include a set of burning cities. Roman letter, text endings in decorative forms." (Harvard. Italian 16th Century Books, p. 440)."Se puede afirmar que los Europa aprendio a navigar en libros Espanoles" …that Europe learned to Navigate from Spanish Books. (Palau 159680).The "Art of Navigation" by Pietro da Medina was the first printed treatise to deal exclusively with Nautical science. It was first published in Spanish as Arte de Navegar in Valladolid in 1545. The present copy is the second Italian edition, and was translated by Vincenzo Palentino. Intended as an instructional manual for those voyaging to the New World, Medina’s Arte del Navigare is the first treatise to give reliable information on the navigation of American waters. In the sixteenth century, as a consequence of the discovery of America, the science of Navigation developed significantly in Spain. In his treatise, Medina underlined how important navigation was to extending Spanish dominion, and the need to give instruction to those crossing the seas to reach distant, unknown regions. The work, from its first appearance, became a training manual for pilots not only in Spain, but also in Europe: it was translated into French Italian, German, English and Dutch, and the number of editions reached at least twenty-seven. Pedro de Medina (1493-1576) was a cleric who for a time served as librarian to the duke of Medina-Sidonia. Asked to prepare charts and other aids to navigation by the Emperor Charles V, he was named cosmografo de honor in 1549. European Americana 569/32. JCB I, p. 240. Sabin 47345 note. STC French, p. 308. Palau, 159680. Italian 16th Century Books (Harvard College Library) #300 (1554 edition).

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        The Book of Common Prayer the New Testament

      Barker, 1609. Hardcover. Acceptable. 1609. Unpaginated. No dust jacket. Black, embossed leather. Severely hinge cracked with loose front board. Pages are brittle and have loss with chipping and tearing along edges. Paste-downs are missing with possibly missing pages at front and rear. Pages at rear are loose and creased with noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks throughout. Noticeable cracking, rubbing and scuffing along spine with loss of leather at ends. Attempted cloth repair along spine edge with significant erosion to corners. Noticeable rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces with marking and warping to boards.

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        De monetarum augmento, variatione et diminutione tractatus varij.

      s.t.,, Torino, 1609 - In 4° (mm 200x145); pagg. 46, (2 bianche), 914 (i.e. 912), (12). Piena pergamena coeva con unghie, con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione di questa raccolta di trattati economici redatta da Gaspare Antonio Tesauro, magistrato del Duca di Savoia. Nel Rinascimento, gli Stati avevano abbassato il valore della moneta, rendendo così problematica la soluzione di debiti contratti in precedenza. I vari "economisti" dell'epoca lamentarono tale comportamento e scrissero numerosi trattati sull'argomento. In questa raccolta sono contenuti: De monetarum potestate et utilitate libellus, di Gabriel Biel; Libellus de utilitate et potestate monetarum di Joannis Aquila; Tractatus. de monetis D. Martinus Garratus ; Tractatus monetarum di Franciscus Curtius ; Tractatus monetae, seu pecuniarum, an debeat inspici valor tempore contractus, vel loci etc. di D. Joannes Regnaudus; Tractatus augmenti, et diminutionis monetae di Alberto Bruno; Consilium in materia augmenti monet. factum per excelsum Collegium Papiense ; Sequitur consilium in materia monetarum di Aimone Cravetta ; Quaestiones undecim, in mat. augmenti monetarum, di autore incerto; De monetis et re nummaria di Reinerus Budelius; Tractatus de monetis di Antonio Sola; Consilium super eadem materia de Monetis di Gaspare Bellezia ; Tractatus de augmento monetarum di Gaspare Antonio Tesauro; Tractatus de variis nummariorum debitorum solutionibus di Antonio Fabbri. Discreto esemplare con fioriture e qualche brunitura della carta. Tassello cartaceo e firma di possesso al frontespizio che presenta un antico timbro (come a pag. 101). Piccoli lavori marginali di tarlo alla sguardia superiore e alle ultime carte. Qualche leggera grinza e piccola macchia alla legatura, che presenta qualche menda all'interno dei piatti e un piccolo difetto al dorso.

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        [Op. 74]. Quatuor pour deux Violons, Viola et Violoncelle composé et dédié à Son Altesse le Prince regnant de Lobkowitz Duc de Raudnitz... Oeuv. 74... Pr. 1 Thlr. 8 Gr. [Parts]

      Leipsic: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 1609], 1810. First German edition, second issue. LVB WV pp. 465-67. Del Mar P2. Hoboken Vol. 2 No. 333 (citing this edition as the first). The first edition was published in September 1810 by Clementi & Co. in London, shortly followed by the first Breitkopf edition in November. The so-called Harp Quartet was probably first performed at the home of Prince Lobkowitz in Vienna in November 1809.. Folio. Sewn. Housed in a modern archival cloth box. Violino Primo: 1f. (title), 3-11, [i] (blank) pp. Violino Secondo: 7, [i] (blank) pp. Viola: 7, [i] (blank) pp. Violoncello: 7, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Publisher's handstamp to lower margin of title. Professional repairs to inner margins of Violin I. Minor performance marks and fingerings in pencil and red crayon. Some soiling and staining. A good copy overall.

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        Utrechter Landschaften. 2 Orig.-Radierungen, links oben in der Platte sign. "AW ex" bzw. "AW" und rechts oben die Nummer "3"

      Wohl 2. Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. - Platte ca. 13 x 14,5 cm, jeweis mit ca. 5 mm Rand, verso Montierreste). Laut Bartsch II, 67 u. 68 die Blätter 3 und 4 aus eine sechs Grafiken umfassenden Serie: "Les deux allèes" (sauberes Blatt, oberer Rand mit ca. 7 mm. Einriss) und "L'homme et la femme sur le monticule" (etwas braunfleckig, verso mit Bleistiftanmerkung und kl. Sammlerstempeln).- "Anthonie Waterlo, Maler und Radirer, wurde als Sohn Caspar Waterlo's und seiner Gattin Magdalena Vaillant zu flämische-Ryssel (-Lille) im J. 1609 oder 1610 geboren [.] Die Motive für seine Landschaften entnahm er der Gegend von Amsterdam und von Utrecht, doch muß er noch weiter im Lande herumgekommen sein, da sich auch bergige Landschaften in seinem radirten Werk finden. Seine Bilder gehören zu den größten Seltenheiten [.] Ein kleiner Waldwinkel, ein durch grüne Wiesen dahin fließender Bach, ein Felsen, ein einsames an einem Canal gelegenes Dorf, eine Einsiedelei, das waren die Gegenstände, die er vorzüglich darzustellen wußte" (ADB XLI, 237 f.). Graphik - Varia

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        RELAC,AM ANNAL DAS COVSAS QVE FEZERAM OS PAdres da Companhia de IESVS nas partes da India Oriental

      - & em alguãs outras da conquista deste reyno no anno de 606. & 607. & do processo de conversaõ, & Chritandade daquellas partes. Tirada das cartas dos mesmos padres que de là vierão: Pelo padre Fernão Guerreiro da Companhia de IESV natural de Almodouuar. Vai dividida em quatro liuros: O primeiro da Prouincia de Iapão, & China. O segundo da Prouincia do Sul. O terceiro da Prouincia do Norte. O quarto de Guiné, & Brasil. EM LISBOA. Impresso cõ licença: Por Pedro Crasbeeck. Anno M. DCIX. [1609]. In 8º (de 19,5x14,5 cm) com [2], 204 fólios. [*2], A8, B6, C-Bb8, Cc4. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível, com título manuscrito na lombada. Corte das folhas carminado. Pastas com vestígios de atilhos. Exemplar com título de posse da época manuscrito na folha de rosto e na folha de guarda final. Com vestígios marginais de trabalho de traça e de humidade sem afectarem o texto. Sem folhas de guarda iniciais. A presente obra - Relação Anual das coisas que fizeram os padres da Companhia de Jesus nas partes da Índia Oriental e outras conquistas do Reino de Portugal ? é a 4ª Relação do mesmo autor e refere-se aos anos de 1606 e 1607. Existem outras Relações do autor (mais quatro além desta) referentes aos anos de 1600 até 1608, publicadas entre os anos de 1602 e 1611. Esta Relação relata o início da presença e das conquistas dos holandeses no Oriente e a reaçção de contra-ataque dos portugueses, tal como a recuperação e tomada do Reino de Ternate e das Molucas pelo Governador das Filipinas, Dom Pedro da Cunha, em Abril de 1606 (vide fólio 93 e seguintes). No Livro Primeiro relatam-se as notícias do Japão, com grandes detalhes sobre a história dos seus reinos combatentes e do xogunato, ocupa os primeiros 74 fólios desta relação. O Xogum é mencionado dezenas de vezes nas primeiras páginas. Segue-se a relação das coisas da China que ocupa os fólios 74 a 86. O Livro Segundo sobre a Província do Sul refere-se às ilhas a sul da Índia, a que hoje chamamos Indonésia (ou Insulindia) e Filipinas. As Molucas ocupam os fólios 87 ao 104. Os cristãos da cidade de S. Tomé e o reino de Bisnagar, na Índia, ocupam os fólios 104 a 107. O reino de Narsinga e a Costa da Pescaria (das Pérolas), no estreito entre a Índia e o Ceilão, onde se mencionam as missões de São Francisco Xavier, ocupam os fólios 108 a 111. O Reino de Narsinga, ou Bisnagar, ocupam os fólios seguintes até ao 117. A sede dos Jesuítas em Cochim, o seu Colégio e as suas Residências, ocupam um importante capítulo inicial na Relação das Cousas da Costa do Malabar. Aqui se inclui o que se passou em Coulão e no Colégio de Ceilão (Sri Lanka). O Livro Terceiro da Província do Norte diz respeito a Goa e às questões dos Príncipes do Mogor, ou Mogol, e das tentativas destes para converterem os cristãos em muçulmanos (vide até ao fólio 161). Neste livro surge a notícia da chegada de Bento de Góis ao Cataio, ou Tibete (fólio 162 a 167) e seguem-se as relações de Diu na Índia e da Etiópia em África (até ao fólio 190), com as lutas e a morte do Imperador abissínio. O Livro Quarto é sobre as notícias de Angola (fólio 191), no entanto seguem-se de imediato as notícias de Cabo Verde e da Guiné, falando-se em particular dos Bijagós, dos Nalus (fólio 193) e as notícias sobre o Brasil, que ocupam apenas os últimos 8 fólios e onde se declara que as Cartas Anuais da Companhia de Jesus não tinham chegado, sendo as notícias baseadas em cartas particulares, nomeadamente de Novembro de 1605 e Agosto de 1606. Citam-se os índios Carijós e Tapajós, a caça aos gentios na Capitania de Santos, as minas da Piratininga. Constam na toponímia: Ahitanhahé, Cananea, Piqueri e o rio Guarativa. Descreve-se a ida por mar até Zaguaribe, a entrada no rio Maranhão em Pernambuco, a penetração na selva e na serra de Ibigapaba, a descrição da existência de animais tais como emas, antas e onças, a entrada no território dos 'bárbaros' Tapuyas à 'força das armas' e o massacre dos missionários. Borba de Moraes refere Samodães 1474. Sommerv

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        Le Galatee premierement composé en Italien and depuis mis en François Latin Allemand and Espagnol Geneva ie Lyon par Jean de Tournes

      

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        Iac. Aug. Thuani Historiarum sui temporis. Opera [Lib. 1-LXXX].

      Conrad Nebeny (tome I) ; Francofurti, Joannis Sauri (tomes II et III) 1609-1610, Offenbachi Ysemburgicorum [Offenbach] - 3 tomes en 1 vol. in-folio de (12)-1164-(64) pp. ; (4)-242-(28) pp. et 1 f. blanc ; 210-(19) pp., vélin estampé à froid, dos à 5 nerfs, premier plat décoré d'une large plaque encadrant un motif central, deuxième plat restauré, fermoirs torsadés (reliure de l'époque). Belle édition en 80 livres faite sur la dernière édition parisienne publiée chez Drouart en 1607-1609. Titre gravé. Ex-libris armorié « Wibelisches Wappen 1742 » ; cachet à l'encre rouge « Ex Bibiotheca regia Portensi » avec la surcharge « Doub ».

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        The Book of Common Prayer the New Testament

      Barker 1609 - 1609. Unpaginated. No dust jacket. Black, embossed leather. Severely hinge cracked with loose front board. Pages are brittle and have loss with chipping and tearing along edges. Paste-downs are missing with possibly missing pages at front and rear. Pages at rear are loose and creased with noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks throughout. Noticeable cracking, rubbing and scuffing along spine with loss of leather at ends. Attempted cloth repair along spine edge with significant erosion to corners. Noticeable rubbing, scuffing and wear along edges and over surfaces with marking and warping to boards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Code du Roy Henry III, Roy de France et de Pologne.

      1609 - Redige en ordre par Messire Barnabe Brisson [.]. Depuis augmente des Edicts du Roy Henry IV a present regnant, avec la Conference des Ordonnances & rapporte aux anciens Codes de Theodose & de Justinian, & aux Basiliques. Et illustre des Conciles de l'Eglise, Loix des Romains & autres peuples [.] & tres notables observations & annotations par L. Charondas Le Caron. 3eme ed. rev. & augum. de plusieurs edicts & ordonnances [.] & enrichie de nouvelles & singulieres annotations. A Paris 1609. Chez Claude Morel. Folio, k. 12 nlb., 682, s. 68, 1 nlb., inicjaÅ‚y, winiety, marginalia, tyt. w kolorze czarnym i czerwonym, opr sk. z epoki. Åšlady zawilg., otarcia i niew. naddarcia oprawy, okÅ‚ nieco poluźniona, Å›lady kornika, brzegi kart barwione. Podpisy i pieczęć wÅ‚asność na k. tyt. Lekkie zabrÄ…zowienia. Stan dobry. Brisson Barnabe (1531-1591) - znakomity francuski prawnik i polityk, dożywotni prezydent Parlamentu Paryskiego, skazany na Å›mierć i stracony. UporzÄ…dkowanie prawa, zainicjowane przez króla Franciszka I w 1517 roku, doczekaÅ‚o siÄ™ realizacji dopiero w 1587 roku, za panowania Henryka III. Kodeks, który w zaÅ‚ożeniu miaÅ‚ siÄ™ stać oficjalnym zbiorem królewskich ordonansów, nie uzyskaÅ‚ jednak jednej sankcji monarszej, mimo to miaÅ‚ wiele wydaÅ„ ciÄ…gle rozszerzanych o kolejne edykty i komentarze. To wydanie, rozszerzone o edykty króla Henryka IV opracowaÅ‚ Louis Charondas Le Caron (1536-1617) - znakomity francuski prawnik. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Speech of the Lord Chancellor of England, In the Eschequer...

      1609. Citizenship and Property Rights of Scots in England Under James I [Egerton, Sir Thomas (1540?-1617)]. The Speech of the Lord Chancellor of England, In the Eschequer Chamber, Touching the Post-Nati. London: Printed [by Adam Islip] for the Societie of Stationers, An. 1609. [xii], 118, [2] pp. First and final leaves (renewed) blanks. Quarto (7" x 5-1/4"). Recent three-quarter calf over textured cloth (by Morrell), gilt rules to boards along cloth panels, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Light rubbing to extremities, owner bookplate (of C.J.S. Goodger) to front pastedown, repair to head of spine. Title and text printed within ruled borders, woodcut headpieces. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, some soiling to title page and verso of final leaf, borders of a few leaves affected by trimming with no loss to text. Early owner signature to head of title page, brief early annotations to a few leaves. A handsome copy. * Only edition, one of two issues from 1609. James VI, King of Scotland, became James I, King of England and Ireland, in 1603. Although Scotland and England remained sovereign states, they were ruled by James in personal union, which created a quasi-united kingdom. Egerton's speech concerning the property and citizenship rights of Scots in England and Scotland born after the accession of James I to the English throne. OCLC locates 12 copies in North American law libraries. English Short-Title Catalogue S100270.

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        Scharmützel bei Warth am 19.11.1608 ('Waert').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller, dat. 1609, 18,5 x 23,5 Drugulin, Historischer Bilderatlas I/II, S. 103, Nr. 1183. - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht von Wardt mit der Schlacht im Jahre 1608. - Seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck!

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        L' opere di Virgilio mantoano, cioè, la Bucolica, la Georgica, e l'Eneide.

      Commentate in lingua volgare toscana da Giov. Fabrini, Carlo Malatesta, Fil. Venuti. Con ordine che l'espositione volgare dichiara la latina, e la latina la volgare . Nuovamente ornate di vaghe, et bellissime figure. Venetia, appresso i Sessa, 1609, - 2 parti in un vol. in-folio, ff. 100, 322 (ma i.e.326 per errore di numeraz. dopo f. 196), leg. moderna in p. perg. rigida, dorso a nervi con tit. ms. Frontesp. a stampa rossa e nera con grande impresa tipogr., testatine, fregi, iniziali istoriate e ornate, 15 illustrazioni silografate n.t. (11 alle Egloghe, 4 alle Georgiche). Precede la Vita di Virgilio. Testo latino in car. corsivo, racchiuso dalla traduzione volgare, commento ed annotazioni in car. tondo. Pregevole edizione seicentesca delle opere di Virgilio, tradotte in italiano ed ampiamente commentate. Buon esempalre di edizione assai bella. (Piccola porzione del margine bianco esterno del titolo abilmente rifatto, lievi arrossature o aloni). Michel-Michel VIII, 221. BMC, XVII sec., 964 (stessa ediz., ma altre date). Graesse VII, 340. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The speech of the Lord Chancellor of England, in the Eschequer Chamber, touching the post-nati.

      London, printed for the Societie of Stationers. An. 1609. 4to., (12) + 118 + (2)pp., including A1 (with marginal rules and signature 'A') and with the final leaf Q4 (blank except for rules), with several fine woodcut initial letters and ornaments, in a very good 18th century full calf binding, sometime rebacked preserving the original gilt label, red edges. An excellent crisp copy with good margins and with the 19th century armorial bookplate of Sir John Whitefoord Mackenzie.> First edition: 1st issue with 'alwaies' on p.25, line 1. STC 7540. 'His views on the constitution were expounded at length in his celebrated judgment in Calvin's Case> (1608), which determined that persons born in Scotland after the accession of James were not aliens in England: there was one king, one allegiance. The speech took four hours to deliver and was published as a separate pamphlet in 1609.' [J.H. Baker in ODNB]. Calvin's Case was a 1608 legal decision establishing that a child born in Scotland, after the Union of the Crowns under James VI and I in 1603, was considered under the common law to be an English subject and entitled to the benefits of English law. 'The principles arising from Calvin's Case were eventually adopted by courts in the United States, and the case played an important role in shaping the American rule of birthright citizenship via jus soli ('law of the soil' or citizenship by virtue of birth within the territory of a sovereign state). However, the case has also been cited as providing legal justification for the restriction of legal rights to Native Americans following their conquest by the English'. [Wikipedia].

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        The Holie Bible faithfully translated into English, out of the authentical Latin.

      

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        An answer to Isaac Pennington [sic], Esq; his book intituled, Observations on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of the Revelations.

      Lodowicke (or Lodowick) Muggleton (1609-98) was, along with his cousin John Reeve, the founder of the Muggletonians, a small Christian sect that denied the doctrine of the Trinity, believed that God would no longer interfere in human affairs after the revelation of their founders, and condemned prayer and preaching. In this pamphlet Muggleton attempts to defend himself against the Observations of Isaac Penington the younger (1616-79), in which Penington criticizes Muggleton's interpretation of the passage in Revelation upon which Muggleton and Reeve based their legitimacy as prophets.The title of this second edition (first edition, 1662) is within a simple border of type ornaments, and the text has two typographical headpieces and a xylographic tailpiece.

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        Ducento Novelle del Signor Celio Malespini nelle quali si raccontano diversi avvenimenti così lieti come mesti & stravaganti. Con tanta copia di sentenze gravi, di scherzi, e motti, che non meno sono profittevoli nella prattica del vivere humano, che molto grati, e piacevoli ad udire

      Venezia. Al Segno dell'Italia. 1609Due volumi di cm. 21; pp. (16), 281, (1); 312, / 1). Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con unghie, doppio tassello al dorso con titoli e fregi in oro, tagli a spruzzo, segnalibro conservato. Qualche leggera fioritura alle prime e ultime pagine, ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale 594 / P

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        Kst.- Karte, von Ortelius bei Vrients, "Brandebvrgensis Marchae descriptio".

      - mit Flächenkolorit, 1609, 35,5 x 49,2 Seltene spanische Ausgabe ! Diese Ausgabe nicht bei van den Broeke, der nur spätere Ausgaben aufführt ( vergleiche Nr. 97 ); Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. III A, S. 219 ( Blatt 62 ); - Frühe Brandenburgkarte mit zwei großen Rollwerkskartuschen und breiter gestochener Randleiste. Berlin im Mittelpunkt.

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        PRIMERA PARTE DE LOS COMMENTARIOS REALES, QUE TRATAN DEL ORIGEN DE LOS YNCAS, REYES QUE FUERON DEL PERU, DE SU IDOLATRIA, LEYES, Y GOVIERNO EN PAZ Y EN GUERRA.

      Lisbon: En la Officina de Pedro Crasbeeck, 1609. - [10],264 leaves plus engraved plate. Small folio. 18th-century red morocco, gilt. Corner bumped and lightly worn, head of spine slightly chipped, hinges rubbed. Bookplate of Henry Stevens of Vermont on front pastedown, old ink ownership stamp on titlepage. Minor paper repairs to first few leaves, minor scattered foxing and soiling. Very good. First edition of the "Royal Commentaries" of the great half Spanish, half Inca historian, Garcilaso de la Vega. The Inca was the foremost historian of early Peru, and his works are the basis of our knowledge of Incan history. Born in Cuzco, the son of a Spanish nobleman and an Indian princess, he was a second cousin to the last Incan rulers of Peru. He left Peru as a youth and lived in Spain the rest of his life. The PRIMERA PARTE. deals entirely with the Incan empire and the conquest of Peru. The Spanish critic, Menendez y Pelayo, called it "the most genuinely American book that has ever been written, perhaps the only one in which a reflection of the soul of the conquered raced has survived." EUROPEAN AMERICANA 609/44. MEDINA BHA 549. PALAU 354788. SABIN 98757.

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        Tortura Torti : siue, ad Matthaei Torti Librum Responsio... / Opuscula quaedam posthuma.

      Londonii: Robert Barker. 1609. [title continues] qui nuper editus contra apologiam Serenissimi Potentissimique Principis, Iacobi, dei Gratia, Magnae Britanniae, Franciae & Hiberniae, Regis pro iuramento fidelitatis. Londini: excudebat Robertus Barkerus, serenissae Regiae Maiestatis typographus, anno 1609. [8], 402pp, woodcut initials and headpieces. STC 626 [ESTC S122435], lacking the final blank leaf. BOUND WITH: Reverendi in Christo Patris, Lanceloti, Episcopi Wintoniensis. Opuscula quaedam posthuma. London: Excudebat Felix Kyngston pro R.B. [Richard Badger] & Andrew Hebb, 1629. [Supplementary title]: Two Answers to Cardinall Perron, and two speeches in the Starr-Chamber, by the right Reverend Father in God, Lancelot, late Bishop of Winchester &#8211; &#8216;normally bound following main title (as A3), though it properly belongs at the beginning of part 2&#8217; (STC 602 [ESTC S122313]). [xvi], 32, 31-200; [ii], 88 (last blank). The first section of this part comprises the dedication and five essays, each with title-page (verso blank). The second section (as supplementary title above) comprises four essays, each with title (verso blank). Concio ad clerum in synodo Provinciali Cantuariensis provinci&#230; ad D. Pauli. Die XX February MDXCIII; Concio Latin&#230; habita, coram Regia Maiestate Vo Augusti MDCVI. In aula Grenvici; Qu&#230;stionis nunquid per jus divinum. Magistratui liceat a reo jusiurandum exigere?; De usuries, theological determination; Responsiones ad Petri Molin&#230;i epistolas tres; Strictur&#230;: or, A briefe answer to the XVIII chapter of the first booke of Cardinall Perron&#8217;s reply written in French by Mr. Casaubon in Latine; Strictur&#230;: or, A briefe answer to the XX chapter of the first booke of Cardinall Perron&#8217;s reply...; Speech delivered in the Starr-Chamber against the two judaicall opinions of Mr Traske; Speech delivered in the Starr-Chamber concerning vowes, in the Countesse of Shrewsburies case. <br> Rebound in full leather &#8211; early 20th century? &#8211; decorated with blind-stamped devices, extremities only a trifle rubbed, new endpapers, all edges tinted red; trimmed by the binder to 207x1655mm (the margins tight but no loss of text); spine title &#8216;Andrewes Opera Posthuma'. The first four leaves quite age-tanned, tiny clean tear to foot edge of main title, but thereafter remarkably clean and crisp. ***Lancelot Andrewes (1555-1626) was an English clergyman and scholar, who held high positions in the Church of England during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I. He was in turn Bishop of Chichester, Ely and Winchester, and oversaw the translation of the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible. His 'Tortura Torti' - a learned work which grew out of the Gunpowder Plot controversy - was written in answer to Bellarmine's 'Matthaeus Tortus' which had criticised James I's own book on the oath of allegiance. This collection of his works includes several of his numerous sermons and essays. .

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      Venetia: Appresso Tomaso Baglioni 4to (20.5 cm, 8"). [7], [1 (blank)], 137, [1 (blank)] ff.; illus.. 1609 Pedro de Medina's (1493–1567) Arte de navegar (originally published in Spanish in 1545) was a ground-breaking work on compass navigation, and became a standard manual translated into many languages. Medina was famous as a mathematician and cosmographer, and the king of Spain placed him in charge of examining pilots and masters for the West Indies. This second Italian edition (the first was printed in 1554) was translated by Vincenzo Palentino; it has a title-page in red and black with a woodcut printer's device, and woodcut initials, tables, and illustrations, many showing how to make celestial observations. => Also included is a woodcut map showing Europe, the Atlantic, and the New World. Old vellum; red leather, gilt-lettered spine label; some staining, and chipping to edges and label. Old, careful repairs to interior worming occasionally cost individual letters (but never sense) or a little loss to an illustration. Old rubber-stamps and red and black ownership label on title-page; inked notations on title-page and front pastedown. All edges speckled red.

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        De monetarum augmento variatione et diminutione tractatus varii, hisce temporibus admodum utiles & necessarij

      s.e., Augustae Taurinarum 1609 - In 8 (cm 15 x 21), pp. (45 + (3b) + 914 + (10). Minima galleria di tarlo al margine superiore bianco delle prime 15 carte. Legatura rifatta. Edizione originale di questa raccolta di trattati di autori vari sulla variazione della moneta, raccolta curata dall'economista piemontese Gaspare Antonio Tesauro. Gaspare Tesauro e Antonino, suo padre, furono al servizio di Emanuele Filiberto e di suo figlio Carlo Emanuele I. Gaspare Antonio affronto' la questione della sovranita'Â in relazione alle variazioni del valore delle monete. La raccolta contiene: De monetarum potestate et utilitate libellus diÂGabriele Biel ; Joannis Aguilae libellus de utilitate et potestate monetarum; Tractatus de monetis D. Martini Garrati; Tractatus monetarum editur ab Francisco Curtio; Tractatus monetae, seu pecuniarum, an debeat inspici valor tempore contractus. D. Joannes Regnaudi; Tractatus augmenti, et diminutionis monetae Alberti Bruni; Consilium in materia augmenti monet. factum per excelsum Collegium Papiense; Sequitur consilium in materia monetarum. Factum per Aymonem Gavettam; Quaestiones undecim, in mat augmenti monetarum, incerti auctoris; De monetis et re nummaria, Reneri Budelii thema; Tractatus de monetis Antonii Solae. Consilium super eadem materia de Monetis Gasparis Belletiae; Gasparis Antonii Thesauri tractatus de augmento monetarum; Antonii Fabri tractatus de variis nummariorum debitorum. LAT

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        [TWO SIGNIFICANT DUTCH VOYAGES TO THE FAR EAST IN EARLY FRENCH TRANSLATIONS, BOUND TOGETHER AS ISSUED]

      Amsterdam: Cornille Nicolas, 1609. Folio. Contemporary boards, rebacked in calf, spine gilt, leather label. Very good. From the Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, with engraved 1860 bookplate on front pastedown and blind pressure stamp on first two printed leaves of first title. Two highly important Dutch voyages, both in their second French editions and bound together as issued in 1609. These two voyages represent the initial Dutch exploration and expansion to the East Indies, a significant element in a global commercial enterprise which was to develop throughout the 17th century. The two foundation accounts in the present volume, originally issued together by Amsterdam printer Cornille Nicolas, include: 1) [Lodewijcksz, Willem]: PREMIER LIVRE DE L'HISTOIRE DE LA NAVIGATION AUX INDES ORIENTALES, PAR LES HOLLANDOIS.... Amsterdam: Cornille Nicolas, 1609. 53 leaves. Titlepage with engraved map, forty-five in-text engravings (including three maps), seventeen in-text woodcut illustrations, and one plate on separate leaf following printed text. Moderate soiling on titlepage, slight edge wear to first few leaves. Second French edition, following the first French edition of 1598. Lodewijcksz gives an account of the first Dutch expedition to the East Indies under Cornelis Houtman, from 1595 to 1597. The information collected by Houtman on the spice trade convinced the Dutch they could compete with Portugal's monopoly in the East Indies, and his narrative served to initiate the explosion of Dutch trading at the turn of the century. "Like the English, Houtman's men suffered so severely from scurvy that they had to put in at the Cape of Good Hope and at Antongil Bay in Madagascar to recuperate. But they then sailed straight across the Indian Ocean to the Straits of Sunda and dropped anchor at Bantam in Java without the loss of a ship. At this port, the center of the Javanese pepper trade, a long time was spent. Both natives and Portuguese showed considerable hostility, and Houtman and some of his men were imprisoned. However, the Dutch succeeded in making a commercial treaty and departed with a good cargo. They proceeded eastward to Bali, and then returned along the south coast of Java, thereby acquiring a more correct impression of the width of the island than had prevailed and laid the ghost of Java's being the northern part of the Southern Continent...the Dutch skipper had enough to show for his venture to inspire the merchants of Amsterdam with a determination to exploit the trade" - Penrose. 2) Neck, Jacob Cornelissoon van: LE SECOND LIVRE, IOURNAL OU COMPTOIR, CONTENANT LE VRAY DISCOURS ET NARRATION HISTORIQUE.... Amsterdam: Cornille Nicolas, 1609. Two parts. 22,[8] leaves. Titlepages with engraved illustrations, twenty-two in-text engravings (including one map), two in-text woodcuts. Second French edition, following the first French edition of 1601. Van Neck, who represented the Verre Company, commanded three ships which were part of the first successful Dutch trading voyage to the region. The other two ships were commanded by Wybrand Van Warwijck and Jacob Van Heemskerk. Van Neck's vessel became separated from the other two after rounding the Cape of Good Hope, and the three did not reunite again until his arrival in Java in late December 1598. Unlike his Dutch predecessor, Cornelis Houtman, who three years earlier had seized the port of Bantam, Van Neck dealt diplomatically with the natives. "Rather than rejecting the inflated prices asked by the local ruler, he offered to pay over the odds in order to cement a lasting relationship...Van Neck's was the most profitable of the pre-VOC [Dutch East India Company] voyages. Despite the apparently high price paid for spices, he netted a profit of 300 per cent on his overall costs. In 1601, fourteen fleets comprising sixty-five ships sailed for the East Indies, but by that time competition between rival Dutch operators, as well as with the Portuguese, had inflated prices and none were as successful as Van Neck's first enterprise" - Howgego. While focused on activity in the East Indies, EUROPEAN AMERICANA notes the text includes references to Brazil and tobacco from the West Indies. The second part of this 1609 French edition, an eight- page appendix of words spoken in Java and Malay, includes word lists in French (printed in roman type), Malay (in italic type), and Javanese (in civilité). Two of the most important of the pioneering French voyages to the Far East, bound together as probably issued in this edition. Lodewijcksz: EUROPEAN AMERICANA 609/71. TIELE-MULLER 115. JCB (3)II:63. HOWGEGO H105 (Houtman). Penrose, TRAVEL AND DISCOVERY IN THE RENAISSANCE (1952), p.204. Neck: EUROPEAN AMERICANA 609/93. TIELE 786. TIELE-MULLER 129. HOWGEGO N13.

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        NATURSPIEGEL, Darinn nicht allein der Menschen, sondern auch, und fürnemblich der unvernünfftigen Thieren, Natur, . Eygenschafften, Vortrefflichkeit, Hochheit, Würde und Zierde, damit so wol unter ihnen selbst, je eines dem andern vorleuchten, als auch die Menschen zu ubertreffen scheinen. Deßgleichen Alle . Laster unnd Sünde, welche jtziger Läufften im ubliche(n) Schwang gehen, taxirt, und in kurtzweiligen Gesprechen nützlich vor Augen gestellt werden.

      - (Frankfurt), A. Humm, 1609. 323 S. Pergament d. Zeit mit Schließbändern u. neuem handschriftlichen Rückentitel; Vorderdeckel etwas beschabt. Laut durchgehendem Kolumnentitel vermutlich textidentisch mit: Gespräch Deß Esels, wider Bruder Anshelmen von Turmedan, Prediger Ordens, Uber die Natur, Eigenschafft und Vortrefflichkeit der Thier. Mömpelgard (Montbéliard), J. Foillet, 1606. Besagter Bruder Anselm hatte sich bei den Tieren höchst unbeliebt gemacht durch die These, dass alle Tiere unvollkommen seien und hinter dem Menschen als der Krone der Schöpfung zurückstehen. Mit der Großmut der Majestät lädt der König der Tiere ihn daraufhin zu einer öffentlichen Disputation, in der er seine These begründen soll. Als Opponent wird der Esel bestimmt. Diesem ist es ein Leichtes, alle Argumente von der natürlichen und nun gar erst sittlichen Superiorität des Menschen zu widerlegen. Hierzu einige teils possenhaft humoristische, teils drastische Exempel vom Missbrauch der Beichte, Wie ein Capellan machte, das ein schwanger Weib sich zum Fenster herab stürzte etc. Bleibt Bruder Anselm ein letztes Argument: Gott habe in Jesus menschliche (und nicht irgendeine tierische) Gestalt angenommen und dadurch das menschliche Geschlecht in besonderer Weise ausgezeichnet. Hier muss sich der Esel geschlagen geben. Die menschliche Überlegenheit ist bewiesen und wird als göttliche Schöpfungsordnung nun allseits auch von den Tieren anerkannt. Dem Gespräch vorangestellt ist eine in Knittelversen gereimte "Beschreibu(n)g deß Esels, seiner Natur und Eygenschafften: Der Esel ist ein fauler Tropff/ Voll Melancholey steckt ihm der Kopff/ Sein grosse Ohren sind wol bekandt/ In seinem Hirn ist kein Verstand .". Mit einer solchen Charakteristik rückt allerdings die ganze Disputation in ein völlig neues Licht. Sie erscheint als gut getarnte Satire, bei der der dumme Esel ausgerechnet auf das schwächste Argument hereinfällt. Der Ursprung der aus guten Gründen anonymen Schrift wäre folglich in jenen frühaufklärerischen Kreisen der Sozinianer bzw. Antitrinitarier zu suchen, die in der Nachfolge Servets u.a. die Gottessohnschaft Jesu leugneten. Diese Annahme wird verstärkt durch einen Besitzvermerk von Joachim Morsius auf dem Titel. Der aus Hamburg gebürtige Morsius (1593-1642) führte ein äußerst unstetes, selbst von seinen Verwandten als wenig gottesfürchtig bezeichnetes Leben. Er war Anhänger der Rosenkreuzer und wurde mehrfach wegen "Schwärmerei" und Verbreitung "fanatischer" Bücher angeklagt und inhaftiert (vgl. ADB 22, 328). - Von großer Seltenheit.- VD17 23:278624V (nur 1 Expl. in Wolfenbüttel); nicht bei Hayn/Got. - Durchgehend braunfleckig, alter Besitzvermerk auf Titel, die leere Rückseite des letzten Blattes mit dem fliegenden Vorsatz zusammengeklebt.

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        Der Juden Thalmud Fürnembster inhalt und Widerlegung, In Zwey Bücher verfasset. Im Ersten Wird die gantze Jüdische Religion und falsche Gottesdienste beschrieben. Im Andern Werden dieselbe, beydes durch die Schrifft des Alten Testaments, und des Thalmuds selbst, gründlich widerlegt [...]. Jetzo aber durch den Autorem selber corrigiret, vermehret, und mit einer Jüden-Predigt M. Ioan. Terell. gezieret, und zum andernmal gedruckt [...]. 3 Teile in einem Band.

      Goslar, Johann Vogt für Melchior Behm in Helmstedt, 1609. 8°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 28 Bll., 635 (1) S., 2 Bll.; 40 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß). - Angeb. - Ders. Chelec Oder Thalmudischer Jüdenschatz, Ist ein Capittel des Jüdischen Thalmuds, dessen fürnemster Inhalt in der Vorrede an den Leser, und im letzten Register zu finden [...]. Helmstedt, Jakob Lucius für Melchior Behm, 1610. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. Holzschn.-Bordüre. 16 Bll. (mit einer Notenseite), 340 S., 22 Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden u. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Ad 1) Zweite Ausgabe dieser Schrift Gersons (1569-1627), der einige Jahre Rabbiner und Talmud-Professor in Frankfurt a. M. war und um 1600 zum Christentum übertrat. Der erste Teil behandelt die ganze jüdische Religion, welche im zweiten Teil durch die Schriften des Alten Testaments und des Talmuds selbst widerlegt werden. Der dritte Teil enth. mit sep. Titelblatt „Juden Tauff“, eine 1605 von Terell (1593-1613) im Dom zu Halberstadt gehaltene Predigt anläßlich der Taufe zweier zum Christentum übergetretener Juden. - Ad 2) Erste dt. Ausgabe. - Einband berieben, bestoßen u. etw. fleckig. Vorsätze mit einigen alten Einträgen u. etw. lädiert. Erster Titel m. alt gestrichenem Besitzvermerk im unteren Rand. Unterschiedlich gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Ad 1) VD 17, 23:647448X; vgl. Fürst I, 329 (EA 1607 u. spätere Ausgaben) u. Jöcher II, 962 (Ausgabe 1610). - Ad 2) VD 17, 12:108576N; Jöcher II, 962; Graesse III, 59; vgl. Fürst I, 330 (mit abweichendem Nebentitel). Versand D: 12,00 EUR Judaica, Gerson, Der Juden Thalmud Fürnembster inhalt und Widerlegung, Chelec Oder Thalmudischer Jüdenschatz, Ist ein Capittel des Jüdischen Thalmuds, Talmud

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        Labirinto de corte con los diez predicamentos de cortesanos. Dos libros en los quales estan comprehendidos todos los bienes, y males que pueden, y suelen acontecer en las cortes de principes à los que las siguen. . Por el doctor Iulio Antonio Brancalasso sacerdote natural de la ciudad de Tursi. Vn tomo llamado Labirinto de corte.

      por Iuan Bautista Gargano, y Lucrecio Nucci empressores, en Nepoles 1609 - Brunitura alla parte superiore delle ultime carte frontespizio del secondo volume mancante Monogramma di Cristo ai frontespizi. (40) + 119; 240 p. 2 voll in 1 tomo 160x220 mm

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        De Sacra Politia Forensi Libri III.

      Paris, Laurentium Sonnium (L. Sonnius),1609. Tertia Editio. 3 Teile in einem Band + angebundener Zusatzband. Folio 4 Bll., 644 S., 48 Bll.; 322 S., 66 Bl. Pergamentband der Zeit, berieben u. etwas fleckig. Innen stellenweise etwas gebräunt, (I) vereinzelt im Außensteg etwas wasserfleckig. Exlibris der Bibliothek Nordkirchen. Mit Druckermarke. Titelseite lautet komplett: Renati Choppini, Andeagavi I. C. et in Gallica Curia Max Advocati. De Sacra Politia Forensi Libri III. Ad Henricum III. Galliarum & Poloniae Regem. Cum Indice Verborum, Rerumque locupletißimo. Parisiis, Apud Laurentium Sonnium, via Iacobaea, in Circino Aureo, M. DC. IX. Cum Privilegio. Angebungen Derselbe: - Monasticon, seu, De Iure Coenobitarum libri duo. Secunda edition. Paris, Michaelem Sonnius, sub Scuto Basiliensi, 1610 (am Ende 1609). Fol. Mit Druckermarke. 322 S., 66 Bll. Vgl. Schulte III/1, 564, Nr. 40 (andere Ausgaben). - \"Handelt in 3 Büchern über die Besetzung der Benfizien (Wahl, Patronat u. dergl.) die Jurisdiction, das Kirchenvermögen mit vorzüglicher Rücksicht auf Frankreich\" (Sch. zu I). Versand D: 6,00 EUR 17. Jahrhundert; Amtsgeschäfte; Frankreich; Kirchengeschichte; Lateinische Sprache

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        Problema dat is: Een Voor-stellinghe van het valsch voor-gheven des Pausdoms dat het Roomsche gheloof het Alghemeyne Gheloof zijn soude. Als een teghen-gift ofte Preservatif teghen den Catholijcken Schat Jodoci Coccy, ende een Voor-bericht in het lesen aller Out-vaderen. Ende uyt de Latijnsche tale verduytschetm door Austathium Manglerium.

      Amsterdam, Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburch 1609 - (16) 486 (10) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 8°

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        De Pace Regis et Regni. viz. A Treatise declaring which be the great and generall Offences of the Realme . . . as Treasons, Homicides, and Felonies, Ryots, Routs, Vnlawfull assemblies . . . Forgeries, Periuries . . . Deceit [etc.]. S.T.C. 20495. Folio

      London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1609. Contemporary sheep, quite rubbed, small hole to the title (no text affected), some marginal worming and light dampstaining, usable; the Taussig copy First edition of the first work on English criminal law written in English, exceptionally thorough, called by Holdsworth "comprehensive and well arranged", with extensive (even exhaustive) references and sidenotes complementing the text

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        C. Cornelii Taciti De Situ, Moribus Et Popvlis Germaniae, Libellvs et C. Velleii Patercvli Historiae Rom. Libri Duo.

      Ingolstadii [Ingolstadt], Adam Sartorius, 1609. 12°. Titel + 45 + 116 [i.e. 216] S. OPgm. der Zeit. In latein. Sprache. VD17 12:626775Z. Seitenzählung springt falsch von 199 auf 100. - Ebd. besteht aus einem rubrizierten Text, berieben u. ohne Schließbänder, Besitzsign. u. hds. Notizen sowie kl. Zeichnungen a. V. u. T. sowie vor S. 1 (Bleistift), Gbrsp., V. fachmännisch m. Japanpapier am Spiegel ergänzt. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Alte Drucke

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        Nova Francia: or the description of that part of New France, which is one continent with Virginia. Described in the three late voyages and plantation made by Monsieur de Monts, Monsieur du Pont-Grané, and Monsieur de Poutrincourt, into the countries called by the French men La Cadie, lying to the Southwest of Cape Breton. Together with an excellent severall treatie of all the commodities of the said countries, and manners of the natural inhabitants of the same. Translated out of French into English by P[ierre] E[rondelle]

      London: [Eliot's Court Press for] George Bishop, 1609. Small quarto. (7 x 5 1/8 inches). 1 folding engraved map. (First leaf [blank save for a single fleuron] in fascimile, a few small expert repairs to the title and first two preliminary leaves, affecting a few letters, repaired small tear across lower blank border of map). Modern dark green morocco gilt by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, covers and spine gilt, gilt turn-ins, gilt edges (upper outer joint slightly tender) Provenance: Boise Penrose (two bookplates) The Boise Penrose copy of the rare first English edition of this highly important source for the history of Canada, published the same year as the French first edition, complete with the first and most accurate contemporary map of Canada. The rare first English edition of this premier source for the history of Canada, published the same year as the French first edition, complete with the first contemporary and detailed map of Canada. Lescarbot was a French writer and lawyer who spent the winter of 1606-7 at Port Royal, Acadia. He gives accounts of early French voyages and discoveries in America such as those of Villegagnon to Brazil, Verrazzano, Ribaut and Laudonnière to Florida, Champlain, sieurs de Poutrincourt and de Monts, Cartier, and Roberval. Also included is much information concerning the Indian tribes, especially those of northeastern Canada, to whom the second book in this English edition is devoted. Much of the material Lescarbot collected himself, interviewing members of the early expeditions and recording his own observations and experiences. Field, in describing the first French edition, states: "His descriptions of Indian Life and peculiarities are very interesting, an account both of their fidelity, and from being among the first authentic relations, we have of them after Cartier." As with so many important works on American published in English in this era, the author, translator, and scholar Richard Hakluyt played a role in the publication of the English edition of Lescarbot. The translator Pierre Erondelle states in the introduction that Hakluyt had asked him to translate the work both to describe Canada and also "for the particular use of this nation, to the end that comparing the goodness of lands of the northern parts herein mentioned with that of Virginia, which...must be far better by reason it stands more southerly nearer to the sun; greater encouragement may be given to prosecute that generous and goodly action." Thus accounts of Canada, in Hakluyt's reckoning, would enhance the promotional materials of the Virginia Company, then being published in London. The large map, "Figure de la Terre Neuue, Grand Riviere de Canada, et Côtes de l'Ocean en la Novvelle France," was also issued with the first French edition, and is considered the most accurate cartographic representation of the area at the time. "The map extends up the St. Lawrence River as far as the Indian village Hochelaga, or Montreal as we know it. The first trading post in Canada, founded in 1600 at Tadousac, is shown at the mouth of the R. de Saguenay and just next to that is the River Lesquemin mistakenly named in reverse. Kebec is shown here for the first time on a printed map in its Micmac form, meaning the narrows of the river" (Burden) European Americana 609/68; Sabin 40175; Church 341; Vail 16; Harrisse Nouvelle France 19; Borba de Moraes 406-7; Field 916; STC 15491; Schwartz & Ehrenberg, pp.88-90; cf. Burden 157 (map); cf. McCorkle, New England in Early Printed Maps 609.1 (map).

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        Soledades de la vida y desengaños del mundo, novelas exemplares.

      Golden Age writer Cristobal Lozano (1609-67) was a priest, doctor in theology, commisar of the Holy Crusade and of the Holy Office, and a friend of Calderon de la Barca and of Juan Pérez de Montalbán. He left a goodly corpus that includes novels, poetry, and plays, all reflecting or studying in one degree or another the concerns of Counter-Reformation Spain. Themes include purity of blood, student life, and the status and roles of women in society. Soledades de la vida y desengaños del mundo was first published in Madrid in 1658 and was reprinted many times in the subsequent decades, attesting to its continued popularity during the "Edad de Oro."Essentially a miscellany, it is composed of two distinct parts, the Soledades and the Persecuciones de Lucina, dama valenciana, y tragicos sucessos de Don Carlos. The first is essentially a four-part pastoral novel about love and life while the second is an eight-part novel concerning a pair of young lovers whose parents oppose their friendship with the expected result of the youngsters running away together and having adventures and misadventures. Provenance: No individual's name appears, but the title-page is inscribed in an 18th-century hand with the name of a little town in southeast Puebla, Sto. Tomas Hueyotlipan.

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        Gelriae, Cliviae, Finitimorvmqve Locorvm Verissima Descriptio Christiano Schrot Auctore - Cum priuilegio.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Christian Sgrothen aus Theatrum Orbis Terrarum . b. Jan Baptist Vrients in Antwerpen, 1609, 37,5 x 50 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III A, 31:054, 42 (3700:31A) - 1. Zustand; van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps (Second revised edition) Nr. 62. - Zeigt das Gelderland und das Herzogtum Kleve mit den angrenzenden Gebieten zwischen Lingen, Köln, Maastricht und Enkhuisen. - Unten rechts große dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel und Autorenangabe; oben links Kartusche mit 3 verschiedenen Meilenzeigern; an den 4 Kartenrändern Girlanden mit den Himmelsrichtungen. - Die Karte links genordet mit lateinischem Rückentext. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Der Juden Thalmud Fürnembster inhalt und Widerlegung, In Zwey Bücher verfasset. Im Ersten Wird die gantze Jüdische Religion und falsche Gottesdienste beschrieben. Im Andern Werden dieselbe, beydes durch die Schrifft des Alten Testaments, und des Thalmuds selbst, gründlich widerlegt [.]. Jetzo aber durch den Autorem selber corrigiret, vermehret, und mit einer Jüden-Predigt M. Ioan. Terell. gezieret, und zum andernmal gedruckt [.]. 3 Teile in einem Band.

      Goslar, Johann Vogt für Melchior Behm in Helmstedt, 1609. - Ad 1) Zweite Ausgabe dieser Schrift Gersons (1569-1627), der einige Jahre Rabbiner und Talmud-Professor in Frankfurt a. M. war und um 1600 zum Christentum übertrat. Der erste Teil behandelt die ganze jüdische Religion, welche im zweiten Teil durch die Schriften des Alten Testaments und des Talmuds selbst widerlegt werden. Der dritte Teil enth. mit sep. Titelblatt &#132;Juden Tauff", eine 1605 von Terell (1593-1613) im Dom zu Halberstadt gehaltene Predigt anläßlich der Taufe zweier zum Christentum übergetretener Juden. - Ad 2) Erste dt. Ausgabe. - Einband berieben, bestoßen u. etw. fleckig. Vorsätze mit einigen alten Einträgen u. etw. lädiert. Erster Titel m. alt gestrichenem Besitzvermerk im unteren Rand. Unterschiedlich gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Ad 1) VD 17, 23:647448X; vgl. Fürst I, 329 (EA 1607 u. spätere Ausgaben) u. Jöcher II, 962 (Ausgabe 1610). - Ad 2) VD 17, 12:108576N; Jöcher II, 962; Graesse III, 59; vgl. Fürst I, 330 (mit abweichendem Nebentitel). ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 28 Bll., 635 (1) S., 2 Bll.; 40 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß). - Angeb. - Ders. Chelec Oder Thalmudischer Jüdenschatz, Ist ein Capittel des Jüdischen Thalmuds, dessen fürnemster Inhalt in der Vorrede an den Leser, und im letzten Register zu finden [.]. Helmstedt, Jakob Lucius für Melchior Behm, 1610. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. Holzschn.-Bordüre. 16 Bll. (mit einer Notenseite), 340 S., 22 Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden u. handschriftl. Rückentitel. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manipvlvs Celebriorvm Sententiarvm, Apophthegmatvm & Similitudinum: Ex Operibvs M T Cic Demosthenis, Aliorumqve magis illustrium Authorum collectus, Opera Petri Lagnerii Compendiensis Cui adiunctum est Enchiridion Epicteti Cebetis & Thebani Tabula Omnibus verae Sapientiae studiosis utilißimus

      Köln, Bernhard Wolter 1609..

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        NEWES OF THE COMPLEMENT OF THE ART OF NAVIGATION. AND OF THE MIGHTIE EMPIRE OF CATAIA. TOGETHER WITH THE STRAITS OF ANIAN

      London, 1609. Small quarto. Contemporary vellum. Vellum a bit soiled and wrinkled. Front fly leaf torn with loss of lower edge, rear fly leaf torn in lower outer corner. Titlepage torn in lower outer corner, not affecting text. Faint marginal dampstaining. Very good. In a folding blue half morocco and cloth box, spine gilt. The Sir Thomas Phillipps copy, with his shelf mark on the inner front cover. A rare and important early navigational work and Americanum, with a discussion of Drake, Gilbert, "Sir Thomas Candish" (i.e. Cavendish), and other navigators who came to America. Linton was chaplain to Charles, Lord Howard of Effingham, who served as High Admiral from 1585 to 1618, and he pays special attention to the travels of English explorers. Linton himself had just returned from a voyage to the north of Asia, and notes that he has added "50 or 60 degrees of good discoverie, unto the alreadie known longitude, comprehended between the Westerne coast of America...on the one side, and the Vaygatz, or Ile van Oranges, upon the North of Nova Zemla." "The great part of the book is taken up with instructions how to find the longitude of any place 'without the help of any Eclipse'" - Church. One of the earliest English books dealing with navigation in the Pacific Ocean.

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        PRIMER TRATADO DEL CORAZON DEL MUNDO, SEBASTIANI PISSINII LUCENSIS MEDICI 1609

      Apud Claudium Marnium & heredes Ioannis Aubrii 1609 Frankfurti. Apud Claudium Marnium & heredes Ioannis Aubrii. 1609. Holandesa con puntas. Sebatiani Pissinii Lucensis Medici Atque Patritii de Cordis Palpitatione Cognoscenda & CurandaLa Obra se divide en 2 partes, Liber I y II. 16X10. 1h+193Pág+12h. Primeríssimo tratado del corazon en el mundo, poco se sabe del autor y gran hombre Sebastiano Pissini publicando esta gran obra que trata de uno de los organos del cuerpo humano, del cuidado y curación del corazón y naturalmente de la circulación de la sangre. Espectacular y lógicamente raríssimo. Ref 2.3 Biblioteca A.

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