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        Hygiasticon seu vera ratio valetudinis bonae et vitae unà cum sensuum, judicii & memoriae integritate ad extremam senectutem conservandae [.].

      EX OFFICINA PLANTINIANA, APUD VIDUAM & FILIOS JO. MORETI, ANTVERPIAE, 1614 - 127 pp. Edition seconde, une année apres l'originale, de ce traité sur l'hygiène de vie en vue de la conservation de la santé physique et mentale jusqu'à un grand âge. Suivi d'un traité analogue par le vénitien Lodovico Cornaro (1467-1566). Vignette sur la page de titre. L'auteur, le jésuite Lessius (ou Leys), originaire de Brecht (1554-1623), était professeur à Louvain. -------- Bibliography: DBS 4: 1737 n° 13; MATAGNE (1990) L-197 - Not in: Brunet; BB # De Backer-Sommervogel IV-1737; # Not in Bibl. Walleriana ni Wellcome (autres éd.). --------- Second edition, only one year after the first, of this treaty on physical hygiene to obtain a long physical as well as mental age. Followed by a treaty on the same subject, of the venetian Lodovico Comaro (1467 - 1623 ). Woodcut vignette on titlepage. 1 vol volumes. Reliure du temps en parchemin. Original full vellum, flat spine. Handwritten title on spine.

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        Hortus Floridus in quo rariorum & minus vulgarium florum Icones ad vivam veramque formam accuratissime delineatae.

      Ioannem Ianssonium, Arnhem 1614 - 1614-1617. Five parts in one volume. Text in Latin. Contemporary full brown calf with five raised bands, gold lettering and gold decorations on the spine, edges stained red, marbled pastedown endpapers. Leaves measure 27 x 17.5 cm. Calf shows some wear but overall in very good condition, the corner of one leaf is torn. The book was professionally restored. There are many differences between copies of this title which differ in number of plates included. Unless otherwise specified the title pages, etc., follow the copy catalogued in Hunt Botanical Catalogue 199. This copy is as follows: BOOK I. VER. i. Title page (blank on verso); ii. Hepatica flore niveo w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 51 numbered plates - plates #10 and 25 have been excised -- the last description in Latin is numbered 52. BOOK II. AESTAS. i. Title page - Differs slightly from Hunt - with Arnhemi - Ex Officina Ioannis Ianszonij, Anno 1617 (Index Aestivus on verso); ii. Paeonia w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 20 numbered plates - last leaf is blank on recto. BOOK III. AUTUMNUS. i. Title page (blank on verso); ii. Clematidis altera species w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 28 plates numbered as follows: number 1 to 11, number 13 to 23, number 12, number 25 (Narcissus marinis), number 24 (Crocus byzantinus), number 25 (Bulbus narcisci marini), Radix cyclamini (marked #13 and 14), Hyacintus germ. (marked d.12 - this is actually part of the Hyems and was bound here incorrectly); iv. Epigramma (blank on verso). BOOK IV. HYEMS. (title page lacking); i.Chamelaea laureola with engraved garden on verso; ii. 12 numbered plates (for plate d.12 see above). BOOK V. ALTERA PARS. i. Title page with Ad Lectorem on verso; ii. Engraved plate Cognoscite Lilia; iii. 61 numbered plates (missing #53) - names of almost all plants inscribed in Latin, French, English and German; Finis Coronat Opus printed on verso of last plate. "Blunt calls this the most celebrated and influential of early florilegia, and one of the finest." Hunt 199. S. Savage The Hortus Floridus of Crispijn vande Pas the Younger, in Trans. of the Bibliog. Soc., N.S., Vol. IV, No. 3, Dec., 1923. ; Oblong quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TRAITE de l¿ARTILLERIE et usage d¿Icelle Faict et Prattique es guerres de Flandres

      1614 - TRAITE de l¿ARTILLERIE et usage d¿Icelle Faict et Prattique es guerres de Flandres Par Diégo UFANO VELASCO ¿ Capitaine de l¿Artillerie au Chasteau d¿Anvers Ouvrage in-4° relié (21 cm x 31 cm) reliure demi-chagrin noir, (reliure postérieure) dos lisse, orné du titre et de l¿auteur dorés, couverture cartonnée marbrée gris noir, 164 pages, suivies d¿un indice de 3 pages, suivies de 39 planches de gravures représentant les armes, canons, position des mires, positions des canons lors des combats, positionnement de l¿artillerie pour la défense d¿une ville, etc ¿, sans lieu ni date (il s¿agit de l¿édition française de 1614, dont l¿éditeur Jean Théodore de Bry, bourgeois d¿Oppenheim, présente l¿auteur) (cf la revue internationale d¿Histoire Militaire, par Frédéric Naulet, « Diego Ufano et l¿artillerie au début du XVII° siècle) Extraits : Auquel est déclaré, qui & d¿oua estéle premier inuenteur de la poudre de canon & de l¿artillerie ¿ description des premières pièces qui furent forgées de fer ¿ du commencement & forme des pièces de bronze ¿ table des colubrines ordinaires ou renforcée, en laquelle le premier nombre monstre le poids, le second, la portée, selo la mire commune qui se prendrez les metaux, etc ¿ - table des pièces amoindries extraordinaires ¿ instruction très utile pour fondre les pièces parfaites, & sans défaut ¿ les colubrines (legitimes ¿ bastardes ¿ extraordinaires ¿ renforcées ¿ etc .) ¿ quelques canons de l¿Empereur Charles V ¿ seconde partie : en laquelle en une aimable conférence entre un nouveau Général et un Capitaine bien expérimenté, sont deduites plusieurs choses bien partenantes tant au train de l¿Artillerie, qu¿à l¿office du Général Bon état d¿usage (mors fendus, page de titre absente, pages manipulées, quelques traces de crayon de couleur noir sur les premières pages, quelques dos des planches sont également entachées de dessins, annotations anciennes, XVIII°, l¿ensemble cependant reste très correct) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Thesaurus Græcæ [ Graecae ] Poeseos, Ex Omnibus Græcis [ Graecis ] Poetis Collectus. Libri Duo

      Bernardi Gualtheri, Moguntiae [ Mainz ]. Good+; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by . 30%. Sale price ends soon!***. 1614. Second Canadian Edition. Hardcover. Full pigskin relievo cover with 4 raised bands has overall wear and soiling. Front metal hinges still present with hand wrought nails (clasps and rear metal hinges missing). Antiquated book plate affixed to front paste downs reads "Ex Bibliotheca Canonaie ad B. V. Mariam Assumptam in Gars Ord. Can. Reg. S. P. Augustini". Antiquated writing on title page: Monastery S. Maria Virgenis in Gars. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Pages clean and mild foxing and in overall very good condition. .

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        La Dix[ie]me part des Reports . . . des diuers Resolutions & Iugements donez sur solemes arguments & auec grand deliberation & conference des tresreuerend Iuges & Sages de la Ley . . . Et les raisons & causes des dits Resolutions [etc.]. S.T.C. 5518

      London]: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1614. Modern calf, 17th century leather laid down; a superior copy The Bridgewater Library copy of the first edition of the tenth part of Coke's Reports, in which (in his preface) he examines at length the law books of the preceding centuries (Glanvill, Britton, Fitzherbert, inter alia) and the serjeants at law

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        Het boeck D. Lamberti Hortensii van Montfoort (.) Van den oproer der weder-dooperen. Eerst int Latijn beschreven ende ghedruckt tot Basel (.) ende nu in Nederlandts overgheset.

      Enchuysen, Jacob Lenaerts Meyn, 1614. - 4to. (IV)+24 lvs. (= VIII+48 pp.). With woodcut title vignette & 9 engr. plts. (1 mounted). Hardcover. Contemp. quarter roan with marbled boards. (Spine sl. dam., title sl. soiled and fully backed to cover a damage in lower corner, being a very old repair; occas. sl. browned/stained in margins; old inscription on front pastedown. Overall VG copy). * First edition of the Dutch translation (the second was published in 1624) of Hortensius' Tumultum anabaptisarum liber unus (Basel, 1548), describing the anabaptist take over and defeat in Münster in 1534/35, and the bloody riots in Amsterdam in 1535. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Titles of Honor

      By William Stansby for Iohn [John]Helme, London 1614 - London: By William Stansby for Iohn [John]Helme, 1614. First Edition. [38], 391, [43]pp. a-d4,A-Iii4,Kkk1 (lacks A3, apparently a blank). Period calf, hand printed paper spine label (perhaps later). STC 22177. Wear to covers; front cover somewhat bowed (splaying), wear to bottom edges, some staining within, some damage, mostly marginal, to later pages, interesting hand-inked old partial dating on flyleaf. Good to Very Good. The rare 1614 first edition in original binding of the first of a number of scholarly works by John Selden, the son of a Sussex yeoman, who achieved renown as a lawyer and legal scholar. Titles of Honor is his treatise on the titles and trappings of nobility -peerage law, heraldry and genealogy being primarily treated - well beyond Europe, to Islamic lands and China. Very likely not replaceable. L26 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Viridarium Regium ... Daß ist Königlicher Lustgart, Darin die aller vorttrefflichsten Miraculn und Historien, so Gott zu allen Zeiten an berümbten orten bey heiligen sachen ... den wunderbarlich Erscheinungen ... Den wundern der Reinen Jungfrawen Mariae und anderer Heiligen auch den hohen Thugenden der keuschen Jungfrawschaft ... zur Bestettigung deß wahren glaubens ... gewirckt, begriffen und befunden werden ...

      Mainz - Köln: J. Gymnicus, 1614.. Erstauflage, EA 8, 936, 226, 29 Seiten. 6 Bünde, Goldprägung am Buchrücken, ganzseitig gestochenes Titelblatt, elf ganzseitige Stiche, Kanten etwas berieben, Buchrücken oben und unten etwas randrissig, Papier altersbedingt etwas gedunkelt, einige Seiten leichte Wurmschäden, sonst guter Zustand

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        Viriarium Regium Illustrium miraculocum et historiaeum. Daß ist Koniglicher [Königlicher] Lustgart [Lustgarten], Darin die aller vortrefflichsten Miraculn und Historien, So Gott zu allen zeiten, an berumbten orten bey heiligen sachen ... großmachtig gewirckt.

      Maintz [Mainz], Johann Gymnici 1614;. EA; ca 36x22 cm; (12), 936 (12 [statt 16]), (12) 226, 29 (5) Seiten mit gest. Titelblatt und 10 [!] blattgroßen Kupferstichen; blindgeprägter Schweinsledereinband d. Zt. mit 2 Metallschließen (Einband berieben, bestoßen und fleckig, Fehlstück des Lederbezugs am Rücken durch Pergament ergänzt, Vorsätze [mit altem Papier] erneuert, die ersten 6 Blätter am Rand unauffällig verstärkt, im letzten Buchdrittel unten links mit leichtem Feuchtigkeitsrand; es FEHLEN die letzten 2 Blatt des Registers zum ersten Teil; sonst komplett und dem Alter entsprechend gut erhalten); EA;.

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        NONSENSE and PEACE]. Le reveil ["resveil"] de Maistre Guillaume aux bruits de ce temps.

      s.n., S.l. (Paris?) 1614 - 8vo. Collation: A-D4, COMPLETE. 32 pp. Beautifully bound in recent half calf over marbled boards in the antique style. Blindstamps of the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut First edition of this "FANTASTICAL CHRONICLE OF NONSENSE ON THE SUBJECT OF PEACE. The text presents AN INEXHAUSTIBLE CATALOGUE OF THE WILDEST NEOLOGISMS" (Mercier, La Litterature Facetieuse). The pamphlet is now very rare and was apparently suppressed upon publication according to Jules Mathorez in his bibliography of Maitre Guillaume. Until the age of 40 Gaillaume Marchand (a.k.a. Maitre Guillaume) practiced as an apothecary in Louviers, Normandy. A respected Bourgeois in his town, he was conspicuous for his exemplary piety, his devotion to the Catholic religion and his hatred of the Huguenots. In 1590, when the troops of Henri IV attacked his city, Guillaume did not hesitate to take up arms to fight them. The partisan blows to his head made him a changed man. The following year we find him as a "bouffon" in the service of the Cardinal de Bourbon, before receiving the ultimate accolade: "Fou du Roi." Maitre Guillaume never recovered from the death of Henri IV, continued their dialogue with him in the realm of shadows. Maitre Guillaume also served with distinction Henri's successor Louis XIII. Contemporary accounts suggest that he was "a dreaming half-witted fellow [.] a Roman Catholic, like [Gascon] Chicot, but he was less tolerant. He so hated the reformed religion, and the Reformation itself, that he always used the words 'ruined religion' or the 'Ruin' to show a fool's contempt for what he could not understand. [.] Even Cardinals would condescend to argue with this Norman fool, and boast of victories in disputes where there was small common sense and less wit on either side, and little honour to be gained by triumphing over a 'natural.'" (SOURCE: Doran, History of Court Fools, 1858, pp. 288-9). Although little-known today, Maitre Guillaume was a popular author and cultural figure; Alfred Canal lists 77 works published by, or about, Maitre Guillaume through the year 1632, including many orations on his death in 1624. (SOURCE: Recherches historiques sur les fous des rois de France, pp. 207-229). Of this first edition two issues exist (priority indeterminate): in both the pagination skips p. 25; the final leaf of one issue is numbered "33" while the other is numbered "32." Our copy, which is perfectly complete, conforms to the latter pagination. REFERENCES: Cioranescu, XVIIeme, n° 34341. Bourgeois et Andre, IV, n° 2042. Lindsay & Neu 3035. Arbour 7165. Alain Mercier, La Litterature Facetieuse sous Louis XIII 1610-1643, no. 714 (cf. also no. 713). Jules Mathorez, "Notes sur Maître Guillaume [Guillaume Marchant, de Louviers], fou de Henri IV et de Louis XIII, contribution a l'histoire de la presse francaise" (in: Revue des livres anciens: documents d'histoire litteraire, de bibliographie & de bibliophilie, 1913, pp. 264 et passim). Mathorez, "Bibliographie de Maitre Guillaume" (in: Revue des livres anciens, 1914, pp. 326-327, no. 28). See also the monograph by Nicolas Buffetaut, "Maitre Guillaume, apothicaire et bouffon d'Henri IV" (2002). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Libro de experimentos medicos faciles y verdaderos, recopilados de gravissimos autores por el doctor Geronymo Soriano.

      [Barcelona, por Geronymo Margarit, 1614]. - 8vo.; 3 hs., 85 folios, 1 h. Error en la paginación: salto del folio 22 al 26. Ejemplar falto de portada y de la hoja final de Tabla. Encuadernación en piel marbreada con lomera ornada y tejuelo. Uno de los mas raros libros de medicina de finales del siglo XVI, cuya primera edición parece haber sido impresa en Zaragoza, 1598, obra de un médico natural de Teruel, nacido en 1550, autor del primer libro sobre enfermedades infantiles, publicado igualmente en Zaragoza, 1600. El libro es un antidotario que incluye recetas para curar o prevenir una enorme cantidad de dolencias: remedios fáciles de preparar que provienen, en muchos casos, de la dilatada experiencia personal del autor y, en otros, de las obras de los clásicos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kurtzs Handtbüchlein unnd Experiment viler Artzneyen, durch den gantzen Cörper des Menschens, von dem Haupt biß auff die Füß. Sampt lebendiger Abcontrafactur etlicher gemeiner Kreutter und darauß mancherley Gebrandten und Distilierten Wassern, Krafft und Tugendt. Straßburg, H. Rihel 1582 (am Schluß 1583). 8°. 2 Bll., 155 röm. num. Bll., 6 Bll. mit 124 Pflanzenholzschnitten, Schweinsldrbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2) Messingschließen.

      - Benzing, Ryff 58 - Benzing, Straßburg 1614 - vgl. Nissen BBI 1708 (nicht diese Ausg.).- Reich illustriertes populär-medizinisches Werk über Heilkräuter und die Wirkung ihrer Destillate, des Straßburger Apothekers W. H. Ryff (ca. 1500 - 1548).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, etw. gebräunt, fingerfleckig u. tls. wasserrandig, Vorsatz erneuert, Leder d. schließen erneuert, Ebd. etw. fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tacito español, ilustrado con aforismos, por Don Baltasar Alamos de Barrientos. Dirigido a Don Francisco Gomez de Sandoval Rojas, Duque de Lerma, Marques de Denia, &c.

      Madrid, Por Luis Sanchez a su costa, y de Juan Hasrey, 1614. - Engraved title within historiated border made up of 8 panels. Engraved arms of the dedicatee on fifth preliminary leaf. Woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials. Text in roman and italic, with a smaller size for the commentary running on 2 or 3 sides of the text. (14 ll.), 1003, (1) pp., (76 ll.). Pagination skips from 554 to 604, but text and signatures indicate that there is nothing missing. ?@4, ?@10, A-Z@8, 2A-2B@8, 2C-2P@6, 2Q-2Z@8, 3A-3Q@8, 3R@6, - @8, a-g@8, h@4. Leaf Qq3 missigned A3; Aaa4 missigned Aa7; Ccc3 unsigned; KKK2 missigned KKK3; 2-4 missigned 2-4. Folio (29.4 x 21 cm.), contemporary limp vellum (one thong fore-edge clasp preserved), horizontal manuscript short title and "Ilustrada // por // Baltasar Alamos" near head of spine, and eary manuscript decorative flourish near foot, text-block edges sprinkled red. A few leaves with slight toning; a few other leaves in index with minor foxing. Overall in fine condition. Armorial stamp "Beardsley" at center of front pastedown endleaf. ---- FIRST EDITION of the first Spanish translation of the complete works of Tacitus to be published in Spain. Alamos de Barrientos' version was preceded in print by that of Emanuel Sueyro, published at Antwerp, 1613, but had been composed earlier: Alamos notes in his preface that he received an @aprobacion for the work in 1594, but for various reasons was unable to publish until 1614. Both Sueyro and Alamos de Barrientos based their translations on the Justus Lipsius editions of Tacitus, so there is some similarity between them. The present translation includes a life of Tacitus by Justus Lipsius, the @Annals, the @Histories, @Germany and the @Agricola. Alamos added "Aforismos," which appear as marginalia, and a translation of the geographical appendix that appeared in Lipsius' edition. The "Aforismos" were extracted and published separately in Antwerp, 1651 and Brussels, 1724; the complete translation did not appear again until the end of the nineteenth century.The fascinating title page of this work has eight compartments with figures illustrating quotes from Tacitus. The quotes, which appear as captions, are a clever way of advertising the wisdom and wit of Rome's greatest historian. For example, at the upper right, above "Non poena semper, sed saepius poenitentia contentus" (@Agricola: "Nor was it always punishment, but far oftener penitence, which satisfied him") is a crowned woman holding a palm branch, with instruments of punishment lying unused at her feet. At the lower right, three gentlemen in fashionable attire (ruffs, high hats, tights) are seated around a table with books open to display the authors' names (Thucydides, Polybius, Tacitus, etc.). Below is the advice, "Plura consilio, quam vi, perficiuntur" (@Annales, "More things are accomplished well by good planning than by force"). At the lower right, a commander in full armor and a ruff surveys his army and a distant castle: no fewer than three pithy quotes accompany this image.There is disagreement about the number of leaves in the index at the end of this work. Perez Pastor and Palau call for 16 + 68 leaves (total of 84 ll., or 168 pp.). @NUC lists several different versions with the same imprint: one with 146 pp. at the end, one with 151 pp., one with 152 pp., one with 153 pp. Our copy, with 76 leaves, collates as the copy in the Folger Library ( - 8, a-g8, h4).@Provenance: Theodore S. Beardsley, Jr. (1930-2012), noted bibliophile and scholar, Director of the Hispanic Society of America (1965-1995), and author of Hispano-Classical Translations Printed Between 1482 and 1699 (Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, and Louvain: Editions E. Nauwelaerts, 1970), among other writings. ---- Beardsley 144. Palau 326438. Perez Pastor 1307. Heredia 2999: without collation. Salvá 2793: calling for 76 ll. at end. Goldsmith T2. HSA p. 548: lacking the title page. @Ticknor Catalogue p. 366. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Paraphrasis in omnes psalmos Davidicos cum argumentis et annotationibus [.]. RELIÉ AVEC, In proverbia Salomonis accuratissima et doctissima commentaria [.].

      EX TYPOGRAPHIA GISLENI JANSENII, ANTVERPIAE [ANVERS ] 1614 - 8]-334-[2] pp. (Enkele bleke watervlekken , een aantal gebruinde bladen en inktvlekjes ) Commentaten op de Psalmen van David door de eerste bisschop van Gent : Jansenius (Hulst 1510-1576). Gegraveerd portret van de auteur op de titel, door Willem de Haen (origineel :Leruven 1559). # Biogr. Nat. Belge X-104; # niet in BB, niet in BCNI. Herkomst : F.P. Nijssen, 1748 (handgeschreven notities.). In proverbia Salomonis : [8]-583-[20] pp. Heruitgave. Origineel dateert van 1589. [8]-334-[2] pp. (pâles mouill., qqs ff. brunis, qqs pet. taches d'encre). Commentaires des psaumes de David par le 1er évêque de Gand Jansenius (Hulst 1510-1576) avec le portrait de l'auteur sur le titre par Willem de Haen (originale : Louvain, 1559) . # Biogr. nat. belge X-104; # pas dans BB, ni BCNI. Provenance : F.P. Nijssen, 1748 (mention ms.). [8]-583-[20] pp. Réédition, l'originale datant de 1589. 1 volumes. Lichte gebruikssporen, gedeukte en geschaafde hoeken en randen. Reliure légèrement usée, coins émoussés. Bon état général. Originele vollederen band, versierde en vergulde rug met nerven. Gemarrmerde sneden. Relkure de l'époque : plein veau brun foncé, dos fleuronné doré à nerfs, tranches marbrées.

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        "Liber psalmorum Davidis Regis, et prophetae. Ex Arabico idiomate in Latinum translatus, a Victorio Scialac Accurensi & Gabriele Sionita Edeniensi Maronitis ... Recens in lucem editus munificentia ... F. Savary de Breves."

      Romae: ex Typographia Sauariana. 1614. "4to, pp. [8], 474, [3]; parallel text in double column (Arabic and Latin); woodcut coat-of-arms on title-p., woodcut printer's device on the antepenultimate leaf; contemporary ink marginalia on the first two leaves of the text; contemporary full vellum, manuscript titling on spine, yapp edges, page edges stained blue; the last 75 leaves with rodent nibblings in the fore-margin extending into the leaf approximately 3/8 of an inch but never approaching any text; the vellum also neatly restored at the fore-margin; 19th century bookplate of Dr. Grauff, and the bookseller's ticket of S. Wolf, Antiquare, Heidelberg. Contained in a brown cloth clamshell box, leather label on spine. ""In a recent study Duverdier has shown how Savary de Breves, Ambassador of France in Constantinople from 1584 to 1606, in a crusading spirit conceived the idea of an Oriental press, so that, with the printing of religious works in Syriac and Arabic, the Christian minorities in the Levant would be better prepared to understand and accept the Roman church when their political liberation was near. He has Arabic and Syriac type cut during his stay in Rome (1608- 1614) with which first Bellarmin's Catechism in Arabic was published in 1613. An Arabic Psalter was begun at the same time and published a year later ... The Arabic typeface for this edition was probably cut by Sottile or another Italian craftsman, and is closely modeled after a Vatical manuscript of the Psalter"" (Smitskamp). Darlow & Moule, 1641; Smitskamp, Philologia Orientalis, 33."

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        EPISTOLE, ET EVANGELII, che si leggono tutto l'anno alle Messe, secondo l'Uso della S. Romana Chiesa, & ordine del Messale riformato. Tradotti in lingua Toscana dal molto R. P. M. Remigio Fiorentino dell' Ordine de' Predicatori. [etc.].

      1614 - In Venetia, Appresso Nicolo Misserini, 1614. Petit in-quarto (174 X 233) vélin rigide à petits rabats, dos quatre nerfs (reliure de l'époque) ; (3) ff. blancs, titre, (11) ff., 496 pp. & relié à la suite 44 pp. ("Sermoni sopra l'Oratione"), (3) ff. blancs. Petite restauration au dos. Manque la pièce de titre. JOLIE EDITION imprimée à Venise de ces épîtres et évangiles tirés du Nouveau Testament, en langue toscane. Cet ouvrage, dont le texte a été publié pour la première fois en 1567 sur les presses de Giolito, a fait l'objet de plusieurs éditions jusqu'en 1658. Bien qu'il fut d'un usage commun et constant chez toutes les personnes pieuses d'Italie, ce livre qui connut un véritable succès est peu fréquent, quelque soit l'édition. Il est d'autant plus rare en bel état, car comme tous les ouvrages de piété, il était souvent lu et manié. Abondamment illustré par Francesco Valegio et Catarino Doino, il contient 63 GRAVURES hors-texte à pleine page et un titre gravé. DOUZE BOIS dans le texte représentent les douze mois de l'année. Francesco VALESIO, peintre, graveur au burin, dessinateur et marchand d'objets d'art, est né à Bologne vers 1560. On cite de lui un certain nombre de planches pour l'illustration de livres, notamment une suite d'ermites pour "Illustrium Anachoretorum Elogio", du moine bénédictin Jacobus Cavacius, publié à Venise en 1612. Catarino DOINO, graveur italien, travailla à Venise et fut surtout éditeur. Le frère prêcheur florentin Remigi NANNINI (1521-1580), dit Rémy Florentin, théologien et polygraphe, a laissé une oeuvre poétique abondante et divers écrits de piété ou de vulgarisation religieuse. Il fut chargé par le Pape Pie V de superviser l'impression de la Somme de St Thomas d'Aquin, d'après des manuscrits du Vatican. BEL EXEMPLAIRE dans sa reliure d'origine en vélin. (MICHEL, Répertoire des ouvrages imprimés en langue italienne au XVIIe siècle, 19-20. ? Vacant, Dictionnaire de théologie catholique, 22). NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Decameron

      Paris: Chez Nicollas Lescuyer, 1614 12mo, 536 pages, table of 17 pages; bound in contemporary calf, triple ruled in blind, 4 raised bands, with plain compartments; front board and spine with some splitting through calf, but holding strong; wanting one front blank; light occasional staining and browning to text, but overall, very good..

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        Oeuvres morales et meslees. Translatées de grec en français, reveues & corrigées en plusieurs passages par le translateur.

      pour Samuel Crespin 1614 - - pour Samuel Crespin, A Cologni 1614, in Folio (38x25cm), (8f.) 674ff. (45f.)., Un Vol. relié. - L'edition originale de la traduction d'Amyot date de 1572 chez Michel de Vascosan à Paris. Plein Veau d'époque, dos à 6 nerfs, 6 fleurons, double filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Jacques Amyot (1513-1594), fut le précepteur des fils de Henri II (futurs charles IX et Henri III), il sera également professeur à l'université de bourges et deviendra grand aumonier de France et évêque d'auxerre dont il fera un important centre de l'humanisme. C'est sous la recommandation de François Ier qu'il traduira Les Vies de hommes illustres de Plutarque. Celle-ci, et par la suite les oeuvres morales eut et aura un impact considérable, non seulement pour la redécouverte de l'antiquité (qui eut ainsi un retentissement plus important que pour quelques érudits) et de Plutarque mais pour la langue française elle-même. Montaigne écrira : 'Nous autres, ignorants, étions perdus si ce livre ne nous eût relevés du bourbier. C'est notre bréviaire'. Mais non seulement habile traducteur soucieux de l'exactitude, il est aussi un fort habile vulgarisateur plutôt qu'un érudit, car il écrivait pour un large public et non pour les savants, aussi explique-t-il, commente-t-il ce qu'il est nécessaire de clarifier, il recherche un français pur, éloigné des hellénismes et des tour pédants, un français qui sera loué par tous les spécialistes de la langue française au XVIIème tel que Vaugelas. Enfin il fait entrer la traduction dans une ère nouvelle. Brunet, IV, 738. Restaurations habiles aux coins, coiffes et bordures. (8f.) 674ff. (45f.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Commentarii in Libros Aristotelis Stagyritae de Ortu, & interitu Rerum Naturalium, seu De Generatione, & Corruptione earum: una cum dubis, & quaestionibus hac tempestate in schola agitari Solitis

      chez Jean Pillehotte, Apud Lugduni (à Lyon 1614 - Ouvrage d'Antonio Rubio (1548-1615), jésuite espagnol qui fut professeur de philosophie et de théologie à l'Université de Mexico, et grand spécialiste de l'oeuvre d'Aristote sur laquelle il écrivit plusieurs livres de commentaires qui firent autorité. Celui-ci, de 679 pages, comporte des textes liminaires. Il s'agit de l'edition princeps en Gaules: "nunc primum in Gallia editi". Nombreuses pages tachées d'humidité. Poids: 410 grammes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Epistole et Evangelii che si leggono tutto l'anno alle messe, secondo l'uso della Sata Romana Chiesa, & ordine del Messale riformato. Tradotti in lingua toscana dal molto R.P.M. Remigio Fiorentino dell'ordine dei predicatori. Con le annotazioni morali del medesimo a ciascuna Epistola & Evangelo, da lui nuovamente ampliate. Aggiuntovi quattro discorsi, cioè del digiuno, dell'invocazione dei Santi, dell'uso delle immagini e della venerazione delle reliquie. Col Calendario & Tavola dei giorni che si leggono le Epistole & gli Evangeli, alcuni sermoni sopra l'orazione del digiuno, & elemosina. Con tavole sessanta quattro intagliate in rame.

      Nicolo Misserini, Venezia 1614 - Quarto. [24], 496, 44pp. Original leather spine over decorative paper covered boards. Title-page in red and black lettering within allegorical frame. Decorative initials and head- and tailpieces. Fascinating work compiling all the epistles and gospels to be read throughout the year during Church services. This book is profusely illustrated with 12 woodcut vignettes and 63 out of 64 copper engravings by Francesco Valegio (frontispiece missing). Some age wear on binding with head of spine partly chipped. Corners and edges heavily rubbed. Previous owner's bookplate on inside of front board (Hebrew Union College). Front hinge starting. Title-page partly detached, age-toned and chipped along edges. Abrasions along gutter of very first pages due to removal of pre-existing tape. Very first pages age-toned and foxed. Minor and sporadic age-toning and/or foxing throughout. Text in Italian. Binding in overall fair, interior in fair (first 30 pages) to good+ condition. Nannini Remigio Fiorentino: ( ca 1521- 1581 ). Dominican friar, author of secular and religious works, including Poesie in lode della Madonna , editor , and translator . His translations include the biblical Epistole.Francesco Valegio, born 1560 in Venice, was a painter and engraver active in Venice at the beginning of the 17th century. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historiae Insubricae Libri VI. Qui Irruptiones Barbarorum in Italiam continent. Rerum ab Origine gentis ad Othonem Epitome.

      Typis Io. Christoph. Flavii apud Ioan. Sassenium,, Lovanii, 1614 - 2 opere in un vol. in-8° antico (175x100mm), pp. (32), 222, (1). Segue: Erycius Puteanus, Democritus, sive De Risu Dissertatio Saturnalis, publica Lovanii habita, Lovanii, apud Io. Christoph. Flavium, 1612, pp. (8), 22, (2). Legatura coeva p. pergamena molle con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Imprese tipografiche incise su legno ai due frontespizi. Testatine, culs-de-lampe e capilettera ornati xilograficamente. Normali quanto leggere fioriture e bruniture. Antichi timbri di possesso nobiliare. Bell'esemplare. Edizione originale di entrambe le opere. La prima, impressa con il concorso degli Elzevier (molti esemplari recano la dicitura "typis Io. Christoph. Flavii: apud Lud. Elzeviriumm", in quanto si tratta di una emissione simultanea di edizione condivisa), è una lunga dissertazione storica sull'origine e le vicende degli Insubri, popolazione dell'antica Lombardia; numerosi i riferimenti alla storia dell'antica Milano. La seconda opera è una singolare disquisizione sul riso e la comicità che il Puteanus (Venloo, 1574-Lovanio, 1646) lesse pubblicamente a Lovanio. Graesse, V, 512. Brunet, IV, p. 982. Hoepli, 848. Manca alla principali bibliografie. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Estilo de servir a principes,con exemplos morales para servir a Dios. Por Don Mihuel Yelgo de

      Madrid por Cosme Delgado 1614 - Primera y única edición. 8vo. 12 hojas, 192 folios. Ligeras restauraciones en los últimos dos folios. Encuadernación en tafilete oliva de comienzos del s XX con filete en planos y banda vertical con decoración de ruedecílla y ramilletes. Lomo con doble filete dorado en calles y letrería dorada. Cabeza,cortes,cantos y contra cantos dorados. Ejemplar de extraordinaria rareza de este manual para el protocolo y cadencia de servicio en los eventos de las grandes casas. La obra tras el prologo contiene unos sonetos y redondillas de Francisco Miracles de Sotomayor y de Juan de Cardenas. Los capítulos desglosan las responsabilidades del personal de servicio: mayordomos,camareros, maestresala . Los secretarios, caballerizos,pajes de sala,tesoreros,criados,porteros,cocineros etc. Es de destacar la parte tocante al servicio en la mesa,disposición de vajillas y sobre todo como deben estar presentados los platos a la mesa. Todos los detalles de los oficios de servicio de una gran casa son tratados en esta obra. De su autor pocos datos tenemos, era natural de Loja( Granada) y dedica la obra al duque de Uceda por lo que podemos intuir que podía tratarse de alguien vinculado a la casa de Uceda. Gallardo menciona que vio el ejemplar que anota en la biblioteca de la catedral de Córdoba(falto del fol 192) pero no sabe si continuaba la obra porque no vio ejemplar para comparar. Salvá no lo tuvo, y de su rareza da idea que hoy en día solo hay un ejemplar conocido en bibliotecas institucionales españolas(Biblioteca Palacio Real).Hay un solo ejemplar en la British Library y dos en la biblioteca Nacional de Francia. Ref: Gallardo 4349. the most rare book on court service and protocol printed in Spain during the XVII century [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        REMAINES CONCERNING BRITAINE: BUT ESPECIALLY ENGLAND, AND THE INHABITANTS THEREOF

      London: John Legatt, 1614.. [4],181,190-386pp., with page 71 and page 333 as 57 and 338, respectively. Elaborate woodcut insignia of Cambridge on title-leaf. Late 17th-century paneled calf, black gilt morocco labels. Scuffed, joints and hinges cracked but holding, slight loss of calf along spine, bookplate on front pastedown. Internally clean. Good. Later edition, after the first of 1605. A history and overview of the British people, by the noted British antiquary and historian. The present text is Camden's "commonplace" variant of his notable history, BRITANNIA, which first appeared in 1586 and was the greatest effort of its kind since Leland. Dedicated to Sir Robert Cotton, who sheltered Camden at his country residence when the plague broke out in London. Scarce. DNB (cd/rom).

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        HARPOKRATIONOS LEXIKON TON DEKA RETORON. Harpocrationis Dictionarium in decem rhetores. Phil. Iacobus Maussacus supplevit et emendavit. Additae sunt notae, & dissertatio critica in qua de auctore & de hoc scribendi genere diligenter disputatur.

      Paris, apud Claudium Morellum, 1614.. 4to. 2 parts in 1 vol.: (24),398;286,(10) p. Overlapping vellum 25 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 2,195; Brunet 3,47 ) (Details: Short title in ink on the back; printer's mark on title: a snake and a olive branch intertwined around a staff, at the foot the motto: ' Basilei t'agathoi, krateroi t' aichmetei') (Condition: Cover worn; vellum on the back shows some small holes & cracks; vellum damaged on the overlapping edges; front flyleaf gone; old ownership entry on the title, including a short manuscript motto; occasional 18th century ink marginalia; last 3 leaves show a paper repair in the gutter) (Note: Valerius Harpocration, Greek rhetor and lexicographer from Alexandria, 2nd cent. A.D. The lexicon contains the glosses of the Ten Orators of the Hellenistic canon, and is one of the first lexicographic works with lemmata in alphabetical order. The copious annotations to the glosses contain numerous citations from other Attic authors and orators, like Aristotle and Xenophon. The Greek text is followed by a 'dissertatio critica' of 96 p. by De Maussac on textual problems, and on the principles and the evolution of Greek dictionaries. The second part offers his learned annotations, a line by line discussion of the variants and the palaeographic and etymologic problems the editor encountered in his use of 2 unpublished manuscripts. Philippe Jacques de Maussac, 1590-1650, was a French classical scholar, who also edited the Byzantine author Psellus, and published an edition of ancient geographers) (Provenance: Name on title: 'Isaacus Gruterus'. Gruterus, 1610-1680, was rector of the Schola Latina (later Gymnasium Erasmianum) of Rotterdam from 1660 till 1680. He wrote neolatin and Dutch poetry, and was befriended with A.M. van Schuurman, Constantijn Huygens, Isaac Vossius, and Jacob Cats. He wrote also his motto on the title: the Homeric 'Aien aristeuein' Homer, Ill. 6 vs. 208. (See for I. Gruterus, Van der Aa 7,521/2 & NNBW 3,505/6) (Collation: a4, e4 (e2 missigned a2), i4; A - 3D4, A - 2O4) (Photographs on request).

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        FIVE HUNDRED POINTS OF GOOD HUSBANDRY.

      London, printed for the Company of Stationers. 1614.As well for the champion or open country, as also for the woodland or severall, mixed in every moneth with Huswifery, over and besides the Booke of Huswifery. Corrected, better ordered, and newly augmented to a fourth part more, with divers other lessons; as a dyet for the Farmer, of the properties of winds, plants, hops, hearbs, bees, and approved remedies for sheepe and cattle, with many other matters, both profitable, and not unpleasant for the reader. Also two Tables, one of Husbandry, and the other of Huswifery, at the end of the booke, for the better and easier finding out of any matter contained in the same. 1614. 8vo, approximately 185 x 145 mm, 7½ x 5½ inches, printed in black letter, pages 161, plus 3 pages of Tables, bound in full mottled antique panelled calf, rebacked to style, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered maroon label, new endpapers. Title page and final page worn at fore - edge with outer corners repaired, no loss of text, last leaf has outer margin strengthened, no loss of text, title page dusty, 1 page has lower outer corner tear neatly repaired, no loss of text, a few leaves have very small marginal closed tears neatly repaired with archival tape, a few corners are dusty and fragile a few corners have tips missing, some pale staining to 4 leaves, occasional small light stains, mainly to margins, brown stain to last 4 leaves, all text still legible, some top margins cropped with partial loss of running title and a few page numbers, last 5 leaves have tiny patch of worming in inner margin at top, last 3 pages of Index slightly dusty. Though only a good copy early editions are scarce. Thomas Tusser (1524?1580) was educated at Eton and at Cambridge and was best known for this instructional poem. On leaving Cambridge he went to court in the service of William, 1st Baron Paget of Beaudesart, as a musician. After ten years of life at court, he married and settled as a farmer in Suffolk. His major work was first published in 1557 as the Hundred Good Pointes of Husbandrie and this was enlarged to the Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry in 1573. Both editions were frequently reprinted. Tusser includes a homely mix of instructions and observations about farming and country customs which offer a fascinating insight into life in Tudor England, and his work records many terms and proverbs in print for the first time (eg: A fool and his money are soon parted). The work is written in verse and takes the form of a calendar with instructions to the farmer on what he should be doing in each month. In August there is a page on the gathering and storing of hops which were only introduced in the early 16th century but are here referred to as a common crop. The section on Huswifery which runs from page 119 to 138 gives instruction and advice on the daily duties of the farmer's wife. See Aslin, Books on Agriculture published between 1471 and 1840, page 132; Dingley, Historic Books on Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, page 152, No. 638; Cagle, A Matter of Taste, 1034 and 1035; Bitting, Gastronomic Bibliography, page 468; Kress Library of Business and Economics, 142 and 439; British Bee Books a Bibliography 1500 - 1976, pages 34 - 35. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Von einem Bachlauf durchzogene Baumlandschaft mit einer Wassermühle und Hütten.

      . Feder in Braun, braun und etwas grau laviert, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: bekrönter Wappenschild mit Band (Holland 1614, Heawood 601), verso von älterer Hand bezeichnet "honde coter". 19,4:23,2 cm. Zwei horizontale Knickfalten geglättet, winzige Fehlstelle an der linken unteren Ecke. Provenienz: Stehender Hahn nach links..

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        ARTILLERIE. C'est a dire VRAYE INSTRUCTION DE L'ARTILLERIE ET DE TOUTES SES APPARTENANCES.

      A Franckfort, chez EGENOLF EMMEL, 1614.AVEC UNE DECLARATION de tout ce qui est de l'office d'un General d'icelle, tant en un siege, qu'en un lieu assiege. Otem des batteries, contre - bastteries, ponts, mines& galleries, & de toutes sortes des machines requises au train: AVEC UN ENSEIGNEMENT DE PREPARER toutes fortes des feux artificiels, tant pour resiouyr les amis, que pour molester & endommager, & par eau & par terre les ennemis. Le tout recueilly de l'experience, es guerres du Pays - Bas & publie en langue espagnolle. Par Diego Ufano, capitaine de l'artillerie au Chausteau d'Anvers; mais maintenant traduit en langue francoise, & orne de belles & necessaires figures par Jean Theodore de Bry Bourgeois'd Oppenheim. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1614. 4to, approximately 300 x 195 mm, 12 x 7½ inches, engraved title page, engraved coat of arms and 29 engraved plates, 21 are double page, 2 are unnumbered and placed between plates 4 and 5, 2 small woodcuts in the text at rear, pages: [4], 1 - 164, [4] - index, followed by the plates then pages: 1 - 5, [1], some misnumbering and a jump from 107 - 109 but all catch words and text correct, bound in modern crimson morocco, 2 black gilt lettered labels to spine, gilt date at foot of spine, gilt rules between raised bands to spine, gilt rule to covers with corner decorations, modern cream endpapers, speckled edges. Title page has small repair to top corner with small old ink stain, just affecting image, old ink name scribbled out at bottom of title page either side of date, pale staining affecting lower margins of pages 1 - 8, just touching the text, margins of plates dusty, the diving plate has the lower margin trimmed off, not affecting image, 2 margins have minor soiling, a few small pale brown stains to plates and 1 has an old ink caption, not affecting image, 3 tiny closed edge tears neatly repaired, otherwise a very good copy. The plates show artillerie, different sorts of cannons, an interesting plate showing a diver with a breathing tube to the surface salvaging a cannon from the water, battle formations, bombs, fireworks, explosives etc,. See A Bibliography of Firework Books by Chris Philip, page 150 - 151; Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, page 175, No. 684: "This is a very famous work, holding a prominent place in the history of artillery". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Historie der Neder-landscher ende haerder na-buren oorlogen ende geschiedenissen, tot den jare MVI.CXII. Nu de laetstemael bij hem voor sijne doodt merkelijck verbetert en in XXXII boecken voltrocken, is mede hier by gevoegt des autheurs leven. Verrrijckt beneffens, de land-caerte met by na hondert correcte conterfeijtsels vande voortreflijcste personagien in dese historie verhaelt. Alle cierlijck na d'leven ghedaen ende in coperen platen gestoken.

      's-Gravenhage Hillebrant Jacobssz 1614. Titelplaat + gegraveerd portret van E. van Meteren + 87 binnentekstgravures (portretten) + 1 buitentekstgravure. Perkament. Folio. 8vo(X), 671 (foliobladen), (6), (22) pp. *1 blad voorrede aan de lezer ontbreekt; papier hier en daar licht wormstekig (nauwelijks tekstverlies); sluitwerk ontbreekt; band gevlekt, land-caerte mist*'Emanuel van Meteren, Antwerpen, 9 juli 1535 - London, 18 april 1612. Sinds hij in 1550 door zijn vader was meegenomen naar London, verbleef Van Meteren in de Engelse hoofdstad en oefende daar de koophandel uit. Wel reisde hij regelmatig terug naar de Nederlanden en in het bijzonder naar Antwerpen. Daar werd hij in 1575 gearresteerd op beschuldiging van verstandhouding met de rebellen. Vanaf 1583 was Van Meteren in London consul der Nederlandse natie. Zijn verhouding tot de gereformeerde kerk was lang gespannen. Op aansporing van zijn neef Ortelius verzamelde Van Meteren gedurende deze tijd gegevens en documenten ten bate van 'Memorien'. Na Van Meterens dood verscheen het (bovenstaande) door de autoriteiten gereviseerde gehele werk. De andere drukken van dit werk verschenen in Amsterdam 1618, 's-Gravenhage 1623, 1635, Amsterdam 1647, 1652, 1663; 10 delen. Gorinchem/Breda 1747 (1748)-1763; 10 delen. Amsterdam 1786. E.O.G. Haitsma Mulier. Repertorium van geschiedschrijvers in Nederland 1500-1800. Den Haag, 1990, 333

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        La Ciudad de Dios del glorioso doctor de la Iglesia S. Agustín, obispo Hiponense en veynte y dos libros

      Madrid, Juan de la Cuesta, 1614 - Folio, [8]+783+[46] p, plena piel rozada, pérdidas en bordes y lomo, nervios, hierros dorados en lomo. Anotaciones en contraplano, portada y algunas páginas; puntos de óxido, leves huellas de humedad, manchas esporádicas. EJEMPLAR FATIGADO, PERO COMPLETO Y EN ACEPTABLE ESTADO. Gran escudo en portada de Don Pedro Manrique, arzobispo de Zaragoza, a quien se dedica la edición

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        ARTILLERIE. C'est a dire VRAYE INSTRUCTION DE L'ARTILLERIE ET DE TOUTES SES APPARTENANCES

      A Franckfort, chez EGENOLF EMMEL, 1614.. A Franckfort, chez EGENOLF EMMEL, 1614.. AVEC UNE DECLARATION de tout ce qui est de l'office d'un General d'icelle, tant en un siege, qu'en un lieu assiege. Otem des batteries, contre-bastteries, ponts, mines& galleries, & de toutes sortes des machines requises au train: AVEC UN ENSEIGNEMENT DE PREPARER toutes fortes des feux artificiels, tant pour resiouyr les amis, que pour molester & endommager, & par eau & par terre les ennemis. Le tout recueilly de l'experience, es guerres du Pays-Bas & publie en langue espagnolle. Par Diego Ufano, capitaine de l'artillerie au Chausteau d'Anvers; mais maintenant traduit en langue francoise, & orne de belles & necessaires figures par Jean Theodore de Bry Bourgeois'd Oppenheim. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1614. 4to, approximately 300 x 195 mm, 12 x 7½ inches, engraved title page, engraved coat of arms and 29 engraved plates, 21 are double page, 2 are unnumbered and placed between plates 4 and 5, 2 small woodcuts in the text at rear, pages: [4], 1-164, [4] - index, followed by the plates then pages: 1-5, [1], some misnumbering and a jump from 107-109 but all catch words and text correct, bound in modern crimson morocco, 2 black gilt lettered labels to spine, gilt date at foot of spine, gilt rules between raised bands to spine, gilt rule to covers with corner decorations, modern cream endpapers, speckled edges. Title page has small repair to top corner with small old ink stain, just affecting image, old ink name scribbled out at bottom of title page either side of date, pale staining affecting lower margins of pages 1-8, just touching the text, margins of plates dusty, the diving plate has the lower margin trimmed off, not affecting image, 2 margins have minor soiling, a few small pale brown stains to plates and 1 has an old ink caption, not affecting image, 3 tiny closed edge tears neatly repaired, otherwise a very good copy. The plates show artillerie, different sorts of cannons, an interesting plate showing a diver with a breathing tube to the surface salvaging a cannon from the water, battle formations, bombs, fireworks, explosives etc,. See A Bibliography of Firework Books by Chris Philip, page 150-151; Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, page 175, No. 684: "This is a very famous work, holding a prominent place in the history of artillery". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        De Militia Romana libri quinque, commentarius ad polybium. UND: Lipsius, Justus. Politicorum sive civilis doctrinae Libri sex. Quid ad Principatum maxime spectant. Additae notae auctiores, tum & De una religione liber.

      2 Werke in 1 Band. Antwerpen, Plantin, 1614 u. 1610.. 4°. 397 S., 3 Bll., 223, 103 S., 2 Bll. Mit Titelkupfer, 4 ganzseitigen und 7 größeren Textkupfern, einigen kl. Textabb., 1 doppelbl.-große Kupfertafel und einer gestochenen Tabula - Titelkupfer (Politicorum). Ganzperment der Zeit.. 2 bedeutende Werke des niederländischen Rechtsphilosophen und Philologen Justus Lipsius (1547-1606) in einem Band. - Exemplar aus dem Besitz des Historikers Georg Wolfgang Augustin Fikenscher. Sein Name und Zusatz "Erlangen 1795" auf dem Titel. - 1. (De militia romana) In latein. und griech. Sprache. - Cockle 620.- Jähns 561. - Erschien erstmals 1598. - Eines der 2 Schriften Lipsius' über das römische Kriegswesen. Die andere Schrift zu diesem Thema heißt Poliocreticon. Die große Kupfertafel zeigt eine Schlachtordnung. - 2. (Politicorum) Seite 1-103 mit separaten Titeln: Ad libros politicorum notae, et de una religione liber. Aucta omnia & innouata. Ab Seite 65: De una religione, adversus dialogistam liber. In quo tria Capita Libri Politicorum explicantur. - Papier etw. gebräunt. Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Gutes, authentisches Exemplar.

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        Chronicon, in welchem der Hochgebohrnen, Uhralten Graffen zu Holstein, Schaümbürgk, Ster(n)berg und Gehmen ankunfft und wie sie die Graffeschaften bekommen, wie lange sie die aüch das Hertzogthümb Schleßwich Innengehabt ... (Stadthagen, 1614). 22 Bll., 297 (recte 296) S., 7 Bll. (Register). Mit 1 Kupfertitel, 1 gestoch. Wappentafel und 1 doppelblattgr., gefalt. Stammtafel. 4°. Pgt. d. Zt. mit hs. RTitel. (hinterer Deckel leicht gewellt).

      1614. . VD17 23:231727E; Schottenloher 33496; ADB XL,35 (zum Autoren).- Erste Ausgabe, posthum erschienen.- Behandelt neben Genealogie der Grafen zu Holstein und Schauenburg ab 1030 und historischen Ereignissen auch den Bergbau der Grafschaft Schauenburg.- Frühdruck aus Stadthagen, wo die erste Offizin 1610 gegründet wurde.- Am unteren Rand des Titelblatts gelöschter Vermerk und verblasster Besitzvermerk des Kieler Historikers Adam Heinrich Lackmann (1694-1754).- Exlibris auf Spiegel, Titelblatt mit wenigen, minimalen Lochstellen, Vorsätze erneuert.-

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        The History of the World

      London: Printed for Walter Burre, 1614.. London: Printed for Walter Burre, 1614. First edition with the engraved title-page and the "Minde of the Frontispiece" leaf, and 8 double-page plates and maps as issued. Folio, bound in full brown calf, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, raised bands. In very good condition with the text bright. A small early paper repair to the first page. The success of Raleigh's History… can perhaps be explained by the very fact that it is not a work of history in the academic sense but a political tract of immediate applicability. Its author… embodied all the glories of the reign of Elizabeth I, which at the time of publication had already begun to be transfigured into a golden age… Raleigh can be taken as the epitome of the Elizabethan idea of courtier and politician, sailor and explorer, writer and poet… He was among the first Englishmen to envisage clearly that the Americas should be the principal goal of English overseas expansion… The reversal of Elizabeth's policy by James I encompassed Raleigh's ruin… He finally fell a victim to James's pro-Spanish inclinations, and the last Elizabethan died by the executioner's axe" (PMM 117).

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        Zuwissen und kundt gethan sey hiemit menniglich / Nachdem die Röm: Kay: May: unser aller gnedigster Herz wegen der / ein zeithero entstandenen.. Decretum in Senatu

      (N?erg), 2. Dezember 1614.. (Nürnberg), 2. Dezember 1614.. Einblattdruck. 33 x 42 cm. Über KVK nur in der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek und im Center for Jewish History (Leo Baeck Institute) nachweisbar. - Bei dem 1614 stattgefundenen antisemitischen Fettmilch-Aufstand wurden die Frankfurter Juden aus der Stadt vertrieben, ihre Häuser und ihr Besitz geplündert und vernichtet. Nach der blutigen Niederschlagung im August 1614 konnten die Juden zurückkehren; eine finanzielle Entschädigung wurde vom Magistrat beschlossen, die allerdings nie ausgezahlt wurde. Die 1616 erlassene "Judenstättigkeit" beschränkte die Zahl der jüdischen Familien in Frankfurt auf 500. - Die finanziellen Auswirkungen durch die chaotischen Frankfurter Verhältnisse beunruhigten die deutschen Handelszentren, besonders hinsichtlich des Ablaufs der Frankfurter Messe; wohl nicht nur aus philosemitischen Gründen erklärt hier der Stadtrat Nürnbergs auf kaiserlichen Befehl, dass die Bürger und Untertanen jeden, der bei der Plünderung der Judengasse in Frankfurt beteiligt war, anzeigen müssen. Ansonsten droht Strafe. - Unbeschnittenes, sehr breitrandiges Exemplar des seltenen Dekrets!

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        Viridarium Regium ... Daß ist Königlicher Lustgart, Darin die aller vorttrefflichsten Miraculn und Historien, so Gott zu allen Zeiten an berümbten orten bey heiligen sachen ... den wunderbarlich Erscheinungen ... Den wundern der Reinen Jungfrawen Mariae und anderer Heiligen auch den hohen Thugenden der keuschen Jungfrawschaft ... zur Bestettigung deß wahren glaubens ... gewirckt, begriffen und befunden werden ...

      Mainz - Köln: J. Gymnicus 1614.. Ledereinband über Holzdeckeln, die Schließen fehlen. Folio, 5 Bll., 936 S., 8 Bll., 6 Bll., 226 S., 29 S., 2 Bll., mit einem gestochenen Titelblatt u. 9 ganzseitigen Kupfern.,. VD 17 12:107018G - Seltene erste Ausgabe.- Sammlung von Heiligen- und Wundergeschichten, sowie Wunder und übernatürliche Erscheinungen. Ebenso wundersame Begebenheiten in Kriegen, auf Reisen, während der Messe, etc. - Titelblatt knapp beschnitten u. aufkaschiert, m. leichtem Bildverlust. Ca. 5 Blätter mit Randausrissen, jedoch nur bei einme Blatt einige Buchstaben Textverlust. Bei einem Blatt ein Druckriss mit Tixo geklebt. Teilweise stärker gebräunt, bzw. ca. die letzten 150 Seiten stärker wasserrandig. einige Blätter mit kleinen Randläsuren. Der Buchrücken wurde vermutlich erst in jüngerer Zeit angefügt. Vorsatzblätter unfachmännisch erneuert.

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        "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, surveyours of the highwaies, and distributors of the provision against noisome fowle and vermine. First collected by William Lambard...And enlarged in the yeare 1610"

      London: Printed [by A. Islip] for the Companie of Stationers, 1614. London: Printed [by A. Islip] for the Companie of Stationers. 1614. "16mo, pp. 94; A-F8; woodcut initials, printer's ornaments; early 20th- century brown cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt, new endpapers; title page mounted and laid down, pages brittle and chipped along edges, worming to upper fore-edge touching a few letters without loss of meaning; extensive underlining and manuscript marginalia in a contemporary hand throughout; nevertheless, a good, sound copy.& & One of many editions. ""Duties"" was originally published in 1583, and reissued six times from 1584 to 1610, when it was posthumously enlarged. Lambarde, a historian from Kent, had been chosen as bencher of Lincoln's Inn from 1587-9, of which he first wrote in his ""Eirenarcha"" (1581); ""Duties"" was originally published as a continuation of this earlier work. (See DNB XI, pp. 438-9.)& & ESTC S108250; STC 15159."

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        De thermis Carolinis tractatus editus.

      Leipzig, Cober für Schurerus, 1614.. (16 x 9 cm). 226 S. Pergamentband der Zeit mit altem Lederrücken überzogen.. Zweite, durch Michael Reudenio neu herausgegebene und vermehrte Ausgabe dieses klassischen Werkes. - Payer (1488-1537), Stadtphysikus in Elbogen, war der erste medizinische Schriftsteller Karlsbads. Neben seiner medizinischen Tätigkeit widmete er sich mit Feuereifer dem Karlsbader Sprudel und empfahl als erster Arzt neben der Badekur auch die Trinkkur. - VD17 23:295635C

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        Kräuterbuch Deß uralten Unnd in aller Welt berühmtesten Griechischen Scribenten Pedacii Dioscoridis Anazarbaei : Von allerley wolriechenden Kräutern / Gewürtzen / köstlichen Oelen und Salben / Bäumen / Hartzen / Gummi / Geträyt / Kochkräutern / scharpffschmäckenden Kräutern / und andern / so allein zur Artzney gehörig / Kräuterwein / Metalln / Steinen / allerley Erden / allem und jedem Gifft / viel und mancherley Thieren / und derselbigen heylsamen und nutzbaren Stück. In siben sonderbare Bücher underschieden. / Erstlich durch Joannem Danzium von Ast / der Artzney Doctorem, verteuscht / Nun mehr aber von Petro Uffenbach, bestelten Medico zu Franckfurt Auffs newe ubersehen / verbessert / in ein richtige Form gebracht / und nicht allein mit Lebhafften Figuren geziert / sondern auch mit deß wolerfahrnen Wundtartztes Hieronymi Braunschweig zweyen Büchern / als der Kunst zu destillieren / und dann dem heylsamen und vielfaltigen Gebrauch aller und jeden destilierten Wasser / vermehrt [...]

      Franckfurt am Mayn, Kempfer, Erasmus für Corthoys, Conrad, 1614. Folio, 6 Bll., S. 1-124, S. 129-469; Zwischentitel, S. 474(recte 473)-480, 1 Bl.(doppelblattgroß), S. 481-616, 17 Bll., neuerer Prgt. i. Stil d. Zt. Nissen BBI 498; Pritzel 2322; Heilmann 56 - Titelauflage der 2. Ausgabe (1610) des bekannten und wohl seltensten Kräuterbuches dieser Zeit, hier vorliegend in einer wundervoll handkolorierten Variante. Der erste Teil, das Kräuterbuch, besteht aus sieben Abschnitten und behandelt neben den Kräutern auch die Verwendung von Mineralien und tierischen Bestandteilen zur Arzneimittelbereitung. Die vorliegende 2. Ausgabe wurde um zwei Destillierbücher des Hieronymus Braunschweig erweitert und genoss seinerzeit grosses Ansehen. Einband und Vorsätze im Stil der Zeit fachmännisch erneuert. Durchgehend leicht gebräunt, letzte Bll. im Weißen Rand etwas feuchtigkeitsrandig. Wenige Blatt mit altem Besitzstempel und alten hs. Notizen. 2. Vorsatz und Titel mit alten hs. Besitzeinträgen. 1 Bll. mit kleinem Eckabriss, dieser beiliegend, das ausfaltbare Blatt mit kleinem, alt hinterlegtem Einriss. Im ersten Teil, 2 Blatt (S. 125-128), nicht eingebunden. Insgesamt sehr wohl erhaltenes Exemplar dieses seltenen Titels

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        A PROFITABLE BOOKE. TREATING OF THE LAWES OF ENGLAND.

      [A. Islip] for the Company of Stationers., London 1614 - One of the classic texts of early English law written in legal French. STC 19643. 12mo. ff.(24),168. Cont. vellum, soiled. Two small chips along rear hinge. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera Omnia, Cum Authoris Tractatu in Tit De Frigidis & Maleficiatis.

      1614 - Collected Works of the "Bartolus Hispanus" Covarrubias y Leyva, Diego de [1512-1577]. Brederode, Pieter Cornelis van [d. 1593], Editor. Uffel, Johann, Editor. Opera Omnia, Cum Authoris Tractatu in Tit. De Frigidis & Maleficiatis, Septem Quaestionibus Distincto, Quibus an Matrimonium cum hoc Impedimento Constare Possit, Accurate Explicatur. Multis in Locis a Cl. Ic. Cornelio Brederodio Auctus, Illustratus, Ut Passim Hac Nota [] Designatur; Accesserunt hac Postrema Editione Ioannis Uffeli Ic. Patricii Bruxellensis In Variarum Resolutionum Libros Notae Uberiores. Cum Duplici Indice, Capitum & Rerum Locupletissimo, Suis Numeris Restituto. Antwerp: Apud Viduam & Haeredes Petri Belleri, 1614. Two volumes bound as one. [xii], 610; [viii], 548, [69] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (14-1/2" x 9-1/2"). Somewhat later three-quarter vellum over marbled boards, hand-lettered title to spine, edges rouged. Light soiling, moderate rubbing to extremities with some wear to board edges and corners, some loss along junction of vellum and paper on rear board, a few minor wormholes to pastedowns. Title page of Volume I printed in red and black, large copperplate title vignettes, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light browning to text, somewhat heavier in places, small tear to head of title page. Faint early owner signatures and annotations to title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Small inkstamps to title pages, a few annotations to that of Volume I. A handsome copy of a scarce title. * Later edition. Covarrubias y Leyva, Archbishop of Santa Domingo, later Bishop of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Segovia, was a canonist, theologian and leader of the Salamanca School. One of the foremost jurists of his time, he was called the "Bartolus Hispanus." Opera Omnia, the definitive collection of his work on Roman and canon law was first published in 1559 and went through numerous editions into the eighteenth century. Roberts says it was an important authority among Roman-Dutch jurists. Our edition is notable for its editorial contributions by Brederode, the notable Dutch jurist and diplomat. All editions are scarce in North America. OCLC locates 2 of the 1614 edition in North American law libraries (Columbia, Harvard). Roberts, A South African Legal Bibliography 97 (citing othe [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        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, surveyours of the highwaies, and distributors of the provision against noisome fowle and vermine. First collected by William Lambard.And enlarged in tyhe yeare 1610

      1614 Printed [by A Islip] for the Companie of Stationers, London 1614 - 16mo, pp. 94; A-F8; woodcut initials, printer's ornaments; early 20th- century brown cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt, new endpapers; title page mounted and laid down, pages brittle and chipped along edges, worming to upper fore-edge touching a few letters without loss of meaning; extensive underlining and manuscript marginalia in a contemporary hand throughout; nevertheless, a good, sound copy.One of many editions. "Duties" was originally published in 1583, and reissued six times from 1584 to 1610, when it was posthumously enlarged. Lambarde, a historian from Kent, had been chosen as bencher of Lincoln's Inn from 1587-9, of which he first wrote in his "Eirenarcha" (1581); "Duties" was originally published as a continuation of this earlier work. (See DNB XI, pp. 438-9.)ESTC S108250; STC 15159. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Responsiva Apologia adversus aliam Doctoris Ioannis Gascon, in qua probatur sanguinem esse mittendum pueris infra decimumquartum aetatis annum, etiamsi adversetur Galleni doctrinae, qui nunquam hac aetate sanguinem hausit ?

      Hispali (Sevilla), Illefonsum Rodericum Gamarra, 1614. - in-4. 12ff. ch. Cartonnage mod. EDITION ORIGNALE. L'auteur de ce mémoire s'oppose à la pratique de la saignée sur les enfants de moins de 14 ans. Traces de ver dans la marge supérieure de quelques feuillets, touchant par endroits un peu le texte, petite mouillure marginale. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dicerie Sacre.

      in Torino, per Luigi Pizzamiglio, Stampator Ducale, 1614.In-12° (138x80mm), ff. (12), 268, legatura coeva p. pergamena con titolo calligrafato in antico alla cuffia. Fregio xilografico al titolo, fregi tipografici egualmente in xilografia. Qualche mininale alone e brunitura. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione, molto rara, del primo volume (ed unico pubblicato dal torinese Pizzamiglio) di queste famose prose sacre del Marino. La prima "diceria", dedicata a Carlo Emanuele di Savoia, è la "La Pittura sopra la Santa Sindone" (cfr. Dervieux n. 262), e consiste in una lunga predica intorno al sacro lenzuolo; la seconda, dedicata al Cardinal Maurizio di Savoia, s"intitola "La Musica, sopra le sette parole dette da Christo in croce" e contiene sparse osservazioni musicali (cfr. Fétis, V, p. 457); la terza, infine, è dedicata al Principe di Piemonte e reca il titolo "Il Cielo, sopra la religione de" santi Mauritio et Lazaro". Lettera dedicatoria del Marino a papa Paolo V, seguita da versi dedicatorii di Ludovico San Martino d'Agliè, Andrea Ceva, Ludovico Porcelletti, Lodovico Tesauro, Lorenzo Scotti, Carlo Pallavicino. Picchetto, n. 228. Cat. Vinciana, n. 3453. Michel-Michel, V, 122. Schlosser Magnino, pp. 615, 624, 730. Cicognara, 166. Olschki, Choix, 11098: "Premiere edition fort rare". Borzelli, p. 363. Belloni, pp. 54-55. Giambonini, Bibliografia di G.B. Marino, 19. Fétis, V, p. 277. Manca al Parenti, Prime edizioni italiane.

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        Hermetica et Iatro-Chemica morbi Sulphurei cagastrici curatio. Kurtze Anleitung Wie nach altem Spagirischem und newem Medico chymico stylo gefassten und in Licht der Natur gegründetem Regiment / die bisshero ins vierde Jar regirende febres simplices, & duplices dessgleichen noch hin und wieder eingeschlichene newe hitzige Fieber / aus Paracelsi und andern Iatro-chymicorum Artzney Kunst / auff eine sonderliche art beschrieben / und mit weniger und gar subtiler Artzney verhütet / sowol auch ohne einige beschwerunge / cito, tuto & iucunde curiret werden.

      Kl.-4°. 14 n.n. Bl. Spätere Broschur mit Marmorpapierumschlägen. Hirsch II, 628. - Brüning 1082. - VD17 39:147093K. - Seltenes iatromedizinisches Traktat aus der Feder des Erfurter Arztes, Rosenkreuzers und Anhängers von Paracelsus. In dieser Schrift greift Gramman Andreas Libavius und Laurenz Hofmann scharf an und provozierte von beiden Gegenschriften, die im Jahre 1615 erschienen. Georg Gramman war bekannt durch seine "Chymische Reise- und Hauss-Apotheka", die im 17. Jahrhundert mehrere Auflagen erlebte. - Papier leicht gebräunt.

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        Observationum in hominis affectibus plerisg, corporis & animo, functionum, lesione, dolore, alia vemolestia & vitio incommondantibus. Libri tres. Ad praxeos illius tractatus tres, quorum primus functionum laesiones, secundus dolores, tertius, vitia continent, accommodati ...

      8°. 24 n.n. Bl., 845 S. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschr. Rückentitel. 3 in 1 Band. VD17 23:294241C. - Krivatsy 9073. - Garrison & Morton 3709. - Norman 1716. - Hirsch IV, 585f. - Erste Ausgabe. Dieses im Todesjahr von Felix Platter (1536-1614) erschienene Werk mit zahlreichen Krankengeschichten, "die auch auf die familiäre und soziale Umwelt der Patienten eingehen" (e-HLS). Platter studierte Medizin in Montpellier, war ab 1571 Professor für praktische Medizin und Stadtarzt von Basel. "P. war ein vielseitiger, selbstständig denkender Arzt und stellte, ganz im Sinne der Renaissance, seine eigenen Beobachtungen über das Bücherwissen" (e.-HLS). - Papier durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Pergament fleckig und etwas verzogen. Schliessbänder ausgerissen.

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