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        Caernarvon Both Shire and shire-towne with the ancient Citie Bangor described Anno Domini 1610/Caernarvon(inset)/Bangor(inset)

      London 1616 - Engraving with extraordinary original hand color. Sheet size: 16 1/2 x 21 7/8". Inventory#: p249pmat. From the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine was the first complete atlas of the British Isles ever produced, containing 67 maps of the counties of England, Wales and Ireland, together with maps of the Isles of Wight and Man and also the Channel Islands. This intricately detailed map is a prime example of Speed's particular style and talent. The uncolored editions of Speed's maps are classic and highly sought after, as they reflect the true quality of Speed's work unhindered by colorists. The color on many Speed maps was generally applied years after they were produced, occasionally by private collectors. To all those interested in cartography, the name of John Speed is synonymous with early county maps of Great Britain.  His predecessors, Saxton, Norden, and one or two lesser figures had laid the groundwork for the first mapping of Britain in the days of Queen Elizabeth.  By the end of the 16th century, however, the increase in travel and commerce had created a need for better maps, and Speed's quickly replaced those of his predecessors.  Not only were they more accurate, but undoubtedly the beauty of the engraving, the fine lettering and elaborate ornamentation appealed to the original buyers as much as they do to us today.  Speed's atlas was so ambitious and of such high artistic and intellectual merit that it remained the standard reference for Great Britain until the beginning of the eighteenth century.  The atlas was so highly acclaimed that editions continued to appear until the 1770's. Speed was one of the earliest English antiquarians, and his interest in history led him to add vignettes to his maps of great past events, together with town and architectural plans.  Most maps, for example, contain representations of battles that occurred in the given county, of ancient artifacts and monuments, such as Stonehenge, and of the great cathedrals and palaces of medieval and Tudor England.  The plates were engraved in Amsterdam by the great Dutch mapmaker Jodocus Hondius and exhibit the highest level of craftsmanship and artistic embellishment, reflecting the pervasive and appealing Mannerist style of the period, with strapwork and fretwork cartouches, heraldic crests, and costumed figures.  The decoration and accuracy of Speed's maps, particularly with regard to the lavish use on each map of the coats-of-arms of that country's early leading nobles, inspired the later British county maps of Blaeu and Jansson.

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        Lettre de Guillot le Songeux

      Paris 1616 - Lettre de Guillot le Songeux. Lettre de Guillot le Songeux, intendant de Vaugirar, s.l.n.d. (Probablement Paris, vers 1616). Plaquette in-8, 8 pp., demi-maroquin à coin citron signé David, dos à nerfs orné à froid. Très rare et amusant pamphlet. L¿auteur, qui se présente comme un pauvre vendeur de choux sur le Pont-Neuf, critique la politique de son temps, la justice trop chère, les usuriers. Extraordinaire reliure de David (deuxième moitié du XIXème, il avait travaillé chez Lortic et Gruel avant de s¿établir à son compte), d¿une finesse remarquable. Double provenance : Gustave Mouravit (Tampon humide GM, Gustave Mouravit, au premier et dernier feuillet et Pierre Berès (notice collée sur une des gardes en fin d¿ouvrage avec la mention de la bibliothèque Mouravit (1938, n°960) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus Sive Repetitiones Super L Diffamari, C de Ingenuis.

      1616 - Essays on the Roman Law of Libel, Slander and Other Topics Blarer, Bartholomaeus. Contardi, Cesare [d. 1585]. Cagnoli, Girolamo [1491-1551]. Oldendorp, Johann [c. 1480-1567]. Ferrarius, Johannes [1485 or 6-1558]. Gymnich, Walter. Tractatus Sive Repetitiones Super L. Diffamari, C. de Ingenuis Manumissis, Quatuor Clarissimorum Iurisconsultorum, I.C. Bartholomaei Blareri, Caesaris Contardi, Hieronymi Cagnoli, Ioannis Oldendorpii. Quibus Nunc Primum Accessit Io. Ferrarii Montani Brevis Expositio Processus Super L. Diffam. Omnia ex Novissima, Ac Additionibus Quibusdam Locupletata Recognitione Gualteri Gymnici, Iur. Licentiati, & in Aula Electorali Coloniensi Adsessoris. Cologne: Apud Antonium Hierat, 1616. [xxiv], 475, [59] pp. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, gilt title to spine, lapped edges, ties lacking. Light rubbing to extremities, a few negligible spots to boards, partial crack between front endleaf and title page. Woodcut decorated initials and tail-pieces. Light toning to text, early owner annotation to front free endpaper, internally clean. Ex-library. Early location label to spine, armorial bookplate to verso of title page. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Second and final edition. This is a scarce anthology addressing the Roman law of slander, libel, torts and injuries by a distinguished group of German and Italian Jurists. OCLC locates 5 copies of this edition in North America, all in law libraries (Harvard, Northwestern, Universities of California, Berkeley, Minnesota and Pennsylvania). This edition not in the British Museum Catalogue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "New England" from The General Historie of Virginia, New-England and the Summer Isles

      London, 1616. THE FIRST MAP OF NEW ENGLAND Copper-plate engraving: 117/8" x 137/8" References: Seymour I. Schwartz & Ralph E. Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America (New York, 1980), 96-99; Thomas Suarez, Shedding the Veil (Singapore, 1992), 127-9; M.B. Pritchard & H.M. Taliaferro, Degrees of Latitude: Mapping Colonial America (Williamsburg, 2002), n. 6. In 1614, five years after returning to England from Virginia, Captain John Smith returned to the New World, this time to the coasts of Maine and Massachusetts Bay - the region that would come to be known, thanks to the map that he subsequently published, as "New England." This map, the result of Smith's personal explorations and field surveys, covers the area from Penobscot Bay to Cape Cod. It is the earliest map devoted to the region and the foundational work of New England cartography. Smith's second New World voyage was initiated by the invitation of four London merchants who financed two ships that sailed in March 1614 with instructions to return with a profitable cargo. Smith made the Atlantic crossing in a relatively speedy six weeks, arriving off Monhegan Island near the Kennebec estuary. By that time the waters of New England, particularly Maine, were being visited by dozens of English and French fishing vessels a year. While the crew of one of Smith's vessels concentrated on catching fish and collecting other valuable commodities, Smith continued down the coast to chart and explore, lamenting the poor quality of existing maps: "[I] had six or seven several plots of those Northern parts, so unlike each to other, and most so differing from any true proportion, or resemblance of the Country, as they did me no more good, than so much waste paper, though they cost me more." In the course of his explorations, he named Plymouth Rock, describing its location as "an excellent good harbor, good lands, and no want of anything but industrious people." (This description proved the incentive, six years later, for the Mayflower Pilgrims to relocate here from their first, unsatisfactory settlement in Holland.) In mid-July, after just six weeks, Smith returned to England, but in that remarkably short span of time he had accumulated the raw materials for this highly accurate and thorough map of the New England coastline. The map, engraved by Simon van de Passe, was published as part of Smith's Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles, one of the most important books in the history of the colonization and settlement of America.. Book.

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      Paris. 1616.. [8],375,[16] leaves. Early vellum. Titlepage slightly worn at foredge. Scattered light soiling. Slight worming in gutter, not affecting text; two wormholes through last few leaves, minutely affecting text in spots. Bookplate of famous collector Alberto Parreno on verso of final leaf. Generally very good. Fourth French edition of this most important source book on the Indians of Mexico and Peru and on the natural history of South America. A Jesuit father, Acosta spent seventeen years in American missions in Mexico and Peru between 1571 and 1588. While in Peru he was instrumental in founding the printing press there, and its first productions, in 1585, were prepared by him. In addition to being an accomplished linguist, Acosta was one of the first to formulate a systemic theory of anthropology, suggesting a classification of different peoples into different types, which foreshadowed later ideas of social evolution. "As a natural historian, Acosta surpassed Oviedo. He took a philosophical approach to natural phenomena, searching for causes and effects in a spirit of critical inquiry....The subject of his moral history is pre- Columbian civilizations, particularly the Aztecs and the Incas, whose religions, customs, and governments he admiringly compares" - Delgado- Gomez. "He provided great detail in his descriptions of sailing directions, mineral wealth, trading commodities, Indian history, etc. Consequently his work operated more strongly than any other in opening the eyes of the rest of Europe to the great wealth that Spain was drawing from America" - Streeter. Acosta was a keen observer of New World plants. He "mentions most of the plants used in Peru as foodstuffs or as medicinals, and even the ornamentals. He remarks that the Indians loved flowers just for their beauty" (Shaw). There are also detailed discussions of plants exported to the Old World, such as ginger, and the use of coca in Peru. PALAU 1989. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 616/1. MEDINA (BHA) 330n. JCB (3)II:110. SABIN 125. STREETER SALE 32 (ref). ARENTS 35 (another ed).

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        [Sixty editions of his plays, poems, translations of Virgilius, Ovidius, Euripides, and writings on religious subjects].Amsterdam, Franeker, Cologne, Amersfoort, [different publishers], 1616-1730. 60 editions in 16 volumes. 4to. With 1 folding engraved plate, 10 engraved frontispiece plates (mostly frontispieces), 12 full-page engravings on integral leaves, nearly 300 engravings and etchings in the texts, most of them nearly full-page. 18th-century mottled calf with gold-tooled boards, spines and board edges.

      A finely bound world-class collection of first editions by the greatest poet and playwright of the Dutch Golden Age. This nearly complete collection of Vondel's plays, poetry, translations and religious writings, comprises 58 editions of works by Vondel and 2 by other authors. There are 28 original editions of Vondel's works and two of the works by other authors, 30 later editions, some of which containing new material. Some works are included twice. The titles in the present set were published from 1616 till 1730 and are uniformly bound in 16 volumes in the 18th century. he 1667 Zungchin lacks the last two leaves, and it and Noah from the same year are slightly browned and spotted. The 1648 Leeuwendalers has two tears through the text and some marginal restoration. Further in very good condition, lacking only an occasional final blank leaf and with only minor waterstains in a few editions, and an occasional spot, tiny hole, offset or other minor defect, rarely affecting the text or plate. A golden opportunity to acquire in one blow a world-class collection of first editions by the greatest poet and playwright of the Dutch Golden Age.

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        Anglesey Antiently called Mona, Described 1610.

      1616 - London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1616, Latin text edition. 390 x 510mm. An early impression with good margins. Engraved by Jodocus Hondius, this is one of the most decorative maps of the island, with an inset plan of Beaumaris, armorials and a large compass rose. This example comes from the only non-English edition of Speed's Theatre, produced for the Continental market. Its lack of success makes it comparatively scarce: it was only after 1918 that the British Museum obtained a complete Latin volume. CHUBB: xxiv; SKELTON 11.

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      per Pietro Tozzi 1616 DELLA CELESTE FISONOMIA, LIBRI SEI NEI QUALI RIBUTTATA LA VANITÀ DELL'ASTROLOGIA GIUDICIARIA, SI DÀ MANIERA DI ESSATTAMENTE CONOSCERE PER VIA DELLE CAUSE NATURALI TUTTO QUELLO, CHE L'ASPETTO, LA PRESENZA, & LE FATTEZZE DE GL'HUOMINI POSSONO FISICAMENTE SIGNIFICARE, E PROMETTERE. DELLA PORTA GIOVAN BATTISTA - In Padova, per Pietro Tozzi, 1616. In - 4° antico (cm. 22), piena pergamena recente, uso coevo. (12), 144, (4), Frontespizio in rosso e in nero con bella vignetta xilografica. Ritratto xilografico dell'autore a piena pag. entro cornice al verso dell'ultima c. preliminare non numerata (il recto contiene un componimento poetico di dedica di Giulio Cesare Cortese). Fregi tipografici in xilografia. Numerosissime xilografie fisiognomiche intercalate n.t.; 12 xilografie raffigurano i segno zodiacali. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione in lingua italiana della Coelestis physognomoniae, uno dei più celebri trattati fisiognomici di ogni tempo, destinato a influenzare in maniera decisiva, insieme col precedente De humana physiognomonia (1586), le teorie di Lavater. > (Dorbon). Vinciana, 2247. Wellcome, 5210. Cicognara, 2458. STC 17 Century Italian, 700. Bruni / Evans, 4216. Rosenthal, Magica, 1003. Casanatense, 355. Krivatsy, 9173. Wellcome, 5210. Gottlieb, 234. Cfr. (altre edizioni): Garrison / Morton, IV, 150. "He was the founder of physiognomy." Caillet, 8849. Gardner, Astrologica,1030. Esoterica, 3725 "Le plus rare des ouvrages de Porta." Houzeau / Lancaster, 5013. Cantamessa, 1248.

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        Denbigh Shire.

      1616 - London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1616, Latin text edition. 385 x 510mm. An early impression with good margins. Engraved by Jodocus Hondius, this is one of the most decorative maps of the county, with an inset plan of Denbigh, two large armorials and a vignette of Neptune in armour astride a sea horse. This example comes from the only non-English edition of Speed's Theatre, produced for the Continental market. Its lack of success makes it comparatively scarce: it was only after 1918 that the British Museum obtained a complete Latin volume. CHUBB: xxiv; SKELTON 11.

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      London, Richard Field, 1616.A COMMENTARIE OF M. DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER UPON THE EPISTLE OF S. PAUL TO THE GALATHIANS: first collected and gathered word by word out of his preaching, and now out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the unlearned. Wherein is set forth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace, and the power of the Gospell, with the difference between the Law and the Gospel, & strength of Faith declared: to the ioyfull comfort and confirmation of all true Christian beleevers, especially such as inwardly being afflicted and grieved in consciences, do hunger and thirst for iustification in Christ Jesu. For whose cause most chiefly this book is translated and printed, and dedicated to the same. 1616, 4to in eights, 190 x 145 mm, 7½ x 5¾, printer's anchor device on title page, leaves (4), 296, collation A4, B - Pp8, printed in black letter. Title page dusty and with small piece cut from upper outer corner, margins to prelim pages very lightly soiled, small piece missing from 1 corner with loss of 1 word of sidenote, a few lower corners have a small piece missing, small stain to 1 margin, a few pencil marks in the margins, a few pages lightly browned, 8 pages more heavily, all still easily legible, occasional pale damp staining, mainly to margins. Bound with: A COMMENTARIE UPON THE FIFTEENE PSALMES, CALLED PSALMI GRADUUM, that is Psalmes of Degrees. Faithfully copied out of the lectures of D. Martin Luther, very fruitfull and comfortable for all Christian afflicted consciences to reade. Translated out of Latine into English by Henry Bull. Richard Field, 1615. Pages (10), 90, 93 - 318, (2), collation: A - V8, X4, X4 is a blank, the error in pagination occurs in all copies, collated and guaranteed complete. Edge of 2 upper margins slightly frayed, not affecting running title, a few pages lightly browned. Bound together in antique leather, double ruled border to covers, rebacked to style with raised bands but no label or lettering, original endpapers retained. Covers very worn, leather missing at corners, and some chips to leather along edges and on covers, inner paper hinges cracked, endpapers and pastedowns chipped and worn, fore - edge of front endpaper repaired with old paper, date of 1638 on front endpaper and in the same hand a name on verso and on title page of first work, otherwise good condition. The first work was first published in English in 1575 and the second in 1577. Lowndes 1415. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Landrecht / Policey: Gerichts- Malefitz- und andere Ordnungen. Der Fürstenthumben Obern und Nidern Bayrn.

      München, Henricus, 1616. Mit gestoch. Titel, 8 wiederh. blattgr. Wappenholzschnitten u. 13 teils blattgr. Textholzschnitten. Holzdeckelband der Zeit mit blindgepr. Schweinslederbezug, 2 Messingschließen, Folio. - VD 17 1:015484M; Pfister I, 78; Lentner 3570; Stobbe II, 366. - Erste Ausgabe des Codex Maximilianus. Großes, auf Veranlassung des bayrischen Kurfürsten Maximilian I. hauptsächlich von den Hofkanzlern Johann Gailkircher und Simon Wangnereck und dem Stadtschreiber Georg Locher redigiertes und anderthalb Jahrhunderte gültiges Gesetzeswerk. Enthält Prozess, Gerichtsordnung, Gandt-Prozess, Landrecht, Landesfreiheit, Landes- und Polizeiordnung, Forst-, Jagd- u. Malefizprozessordnung; teils eng an die 1518-1533 beschlossenen Rechtsordnungen angelehnt. Die Textholzschnitte zeigen Eichmaße in Fischform und Abstammungsdiagramme. - Kollation: 10 Bl. (inkl. gestoch. Titel), 1 w. Bl., 62 S., 1 w. Bl., 3 Bl., S. 63-94, 1 w. Bl., 8 Bl., S. 95-200, 1 w. Bl., 18 Bl., S. 201-406, 1 w. Bl., 6 Bl., S. 407-443, 22 Bl., S. 444-728, 4 Bl., S. 729-774, 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., S. 775-793, 4 Bl., S. 794-827, 5 Bl., 1 Bl. Errata. - Mit gestoch. Wappenexlibris des Freiherrn von Widmann, Herrn von Rapperzell, Mozenhoven und Schönbrunn, gestochen 1754. - Bei Seite 425-426 Text teils mit zeitgenöss. handschriftlich in Kanzleischrift ergänzt. Die Blätter mit den Fischmaßen mit kleineren, restaurierten Einrissen. Nur leicht braun- oder wasserfleckig, insgesamt jedoch in guter Erhaltung.

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      A Londres: Par Iehan Bill, imprimatur du Roy, 1616.. A Londres: Par Iehan Bill, imprimatur du Roy, 1616.. [544]pp. A-E4 [2]A-2R4; A-Z3 (plus blank). Quarto. Contemporary armorial calf. Titles within woodcut borders, decorated initials, contemporary typographic wastesheets utilized in binding. Light smear to 2H1v, occasional marginal tidemarks, a couple signatures starting, covers splayed and a bit discolored, lower joint split, early ink ownership inscription on front binder's blank, more annotations on verso of rear binder's blank, marginal flaw in fore-edge of 2E4; still, if one elected to discard the remaining not insignificant vestigial virtues of the original binding, a copy that could be rendered fairly agreeable if placed in modern dress. First edition of the first French translation of the 1603 King James I Prayer Book, translated by Pierre de Laune, past of the French Reformed congregation in Norwich. The translation was "originally commissioned by James I to promote a royal marriage between Henry Prince of Wales (d. 1612) with the French princess Christine; some years later the project was revived in connection with the marriage of Charles Prince of Wales & Princess Henrietta Maria of France ..." - Griffiths. The section of the Psalms has its own woodcut decorated title-leaf (2R4). Although common enough institutionally -- ESTC locates eleven copies in North America, spread over 8 locations - the last perfect copy noted in ABPC is the Evelyn copy (1977), with only one other appearance following that, a copy lacking a blank and one text leaf, GRIFFITHS 36.2 STC 16431. ESTC S108736.

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        Epitome Thesauri Linguae Sanctae

      [Leiden] - Ex Officina Plantiniana Raphelengis, 1616. [Leiden] - Ex Officina Plantiniana Raphelengis, 1616 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A Hebrew-Latin dictionary for Catholic ministers. Originally written by the DominicanSaint Pagnini in the early 1500s, this edition was printed by Francis van Ravelinghen (Raphelengius) at the famous Plantin Press in Leiden afterthe presswas bequeathed him by his father in law, the renowned printer Christophe Plantin. With an engraving of golden compasses to title page, the printer's mark of the House of Plantin. Label to rear pastedown of Yelden Rectory. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally, worn with slight loss to leather at head of spine and rear board, and slight evidence of past worming to tail of spine. Slight straining to hinges. Internally, binding strained in places with slight evidence of past worming to a number of pages. Generally bright and clean. Overall: GOOD.

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        Studium ecclesiasticum anniversarium. Schrifftmeßige, vleissige Außlegung u. Erklärung, der gewöhnlichen Sontags und festevangelischen Texte durchs gantze Jahr ... / Wolfgangum Droschki. [Teil I-IV, in einem Band, Teil I, II und III mit Titel: Teil IV mit Titel: Passio domini nostri Jesu Christi secundum quatuor Evangelistas. Das ist Auslegung - der trostreichen Historien und Geschichte, von dem schmetzlichen, bitteren Leiden und Sterben...].

      Leipzig : Lamberg & Kloseman, 1616.. Teil I, II und III mit [5] Bl., 307 S.; [4] Bl. 355 S.; [6] Bl., 204 S. ; [6] Bl., 216 S., [4] Bl. 32 x 19,5 cm. Halbpergamenteinband. Vorbes.- und Löschstempel auf neuerem Vorsatz.. Haupttitelblatt am rechten Hand ordentlich hinterlegt, wie einige andere Seiten auch. Titelblätter am rechten Rand eng beschnitten. Auf einigen Seiten kl. Wurmlöcher mit wenig Buchstabenverlust. Insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar.

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        Commentarius posthumus in Quartum Librum Codicis, Conventionum & Actionum plerarumque dilucidanm, perspicuam & methodicam continens explicationem. Jam primum cura Heredum in lucem prodiens studio et opera Nicolai BULACHERI. Vorgebunden: Andreas GAILL, Practicarum Observationum, tam ad Processum Iudiciarium, praesertim Imperialis Camerae, quam Causarum Decisiones pertinentium Libri duo. De Pace publicqa, & Proscriptis, sive Bannitis Imperii, Libri II. - De Pignorationibus, Liber singualris. - De Manuum iniectionibus, sive Arrestis Imperii, Tractatus.

      Köln & Wittenberg, Apud Antonium Hierat & Ex officina typographica Gerogii Kelneri, Impensis haeredum Samuelis Selfisch, 1616.. Editio postrema post ultimam Authorem auctionem & recoginitionem, diligentissima ...observatione sper Gualter. Gymnicum. Quart. (Wesenbeck) Titelblatt mit Druckersignet, 3ungez. Bll., 1.656 Sp., 23ungez. Bll. (Index); (Gaill) Titelblatt mit Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, 632, 280, (88) S. Zwei Teile in einem zeitgenössischen Pergamentband. Sehr seltener erster Druck der postum erschienenen Kommentare (Vorlesungen) von Wesembeck zum Prozess- und Privatrecht!; Sehr seltener erster Druck der postum erschienenen Kommentare (Vorlesungen) von Wesembeck zum Prozess- und Privatrecht!. Matthaeus WESENBECIUS (1531 - 1586) studierte in Löwen, begann seine Lehrtätigkeit im Jahre 1557 in Jena und folgte im Jahre 1569 einem Ruf nach Wittenberg. Dort wurde er Nachfolger des verstorbenen Johannes Schneidewin. Von Wesembeck wird behauptet, er habe die ramistische Methode in die Jurisprudenz eingeführt. Die neue Methode von Petrus Ramus war gerade an den protestantischen Universitäten sehr umstritten. So hat die Leipziger Universität die ramistische Methode untersagt und jedem Rechtslehrer angedroht, daß er im Falle des Zuwiderhandelns die Universität zu verlassen habe. Sein Hauptwerk sind die Paratitla zu den Digesten und zum Codex, das zum bestimmenden Lehrbuch in Deutschland wurde. Paratitla sind keine Kommentare. Sie werden "paratitla" genannt, weil sie der Einteilung der Digesten und des Codex in Bücher und Titel folgen und zu jedem Titel eine zusammenfassende systematische Darstellung enthalten. Sie sind aber keine Erläuterungen der einzelnen Sätze dieser Rechtsquellen. Etwa 30 Jahre nach Tod konnten die Erben von Wesembeck den Juristen Nicolaus Bulacher gewonnen, den Kommentar von Wesembeck in einer überarbeiteten Form zu publizieren. Es handelt sioch um einen Kommentar zum vierten Buch des Codex Iustinianus, das dem Prozeßrecht (auch zum Privatrecht) gewidmet ist. Wesembeck hat diese Materie in seinen Vorlesungen vorgetragen, aus diesen Manuskripten hat Bulacher den Kommentar zusammengestellt. Es ist ein sehr sorgfältig ausgearbeiteter Kommentar, dessen Allegationen bis in die Kommentatorenzeit zurückreicht, Jason de Mayno wird häufig zitiert. Auch die Urteile zur höchstrichterlichen Rechtsprechung (Reichskammergericht) durch die Werke von Mynsinger und Gaill. Vorgebunden ist ds große Werk von Andreas Gaill zur Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts, das im gleichen jahr erschienen ist. Andreas Gaill (1526 - 1587) legte mit diesem Werk das berühmteste forensisch-kasuistische über das Reichskammergericht vor. Gaill, aus einem alten Kölner Patriziergeschlecht stammend, studierte an den Universitäten Köln, Orleans und Löwen, promovierte 1555 in Bologna und praktizierte zunächst in seiner Vaterstadt als Anwalt. 1558 - 1568 war er Beisitzer am Reichskammergericht zu Speyer, ab 1569 am Reichshofrat in Wien und in den letzten Jahren seines Lebens als Kanzler beim Kurfürsten in Köln tätig. Gail gilt als Begründer der Kameralistik, der Literatur zur Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts. In seinen 1578 erstmals erschienenen Practicae observationes, die vielfach wiederaufgelegt, mehrfach ins Deutsche und zuletzt 1771 gedruckt worden sind, versucht Gail erstmals eine systematische Darstellung der Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts.

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        Chorus poetarum classicorum duplex, sacrorum et profanorum [Aeneid, De Rerum Natura, Metamorphoses etc.] [bound with] Chorus Secundus

      Muguet, Lyon 1616 - First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Full contemporary vellum rebacked in leather, worn, discolored, with a number of wormholes in the boards, inner joint cracked. Old notes to title, scattered sometimes heavy foxing and browning, marginal worming, a few minor paper repairs; generally sound internally. 3291pp plus index in two columns (each column paginated) and 526pp (in tow columns, paginated).A monstrous anthology of Latin verse comprising the major works by the major classical writers. Ovid's Metamorphoses, Virgil's Aeneid, Martial's Epigrams, Lucretius's De Rerum Natura and on and on. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Poetry; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044604. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kurze Einfeltoige und allein auß Gottes Wort genommene und gründliche anleitung Was ein jedes Christenhertz von der Person und Ampt des newgeborenen Kindleins Jesu Christi notwendig zu seinem ewigen Heyl und Seligkeit wissen und für welchen Calvinistische

      Abraham Lambergs und Caspar Klosemans 1616 Leipzig. o. A. Leinen Schönes Exemplar in neuerem Leineneinband. Seiten sauber. Bindung fest. Seite 13 am unteren Rand ein Papierausriß (ca. 3 cm hoch), aber kein Textverlust), Marginalienspalte mit zeitgenössischen handschriftl. Anmerkungen. S.34 15 x 20 cm.

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        Mord-LeichPredigt, bey Begräbnüs, derer Vier erschlagenen und halb verbrenneten Cörper, Andreae Kölers, Bürgers un[d] Würtzkramers allhier zu Freybergk, in Meissen, sampt seines Weibes, und zweyen Kindern, welche Anno 1616 den 15. Februarii, innerhalb wenig Stunden, in ihrer eigenen Behausung, von einem Ertzbösewicht, jämmerlich nacheinander hingerichtet, und umbs Leben gebracht: Und folgends den 19. Februarii [...] seynd zur Erden bestattet worden. [...] Sampt beygefügten gründlichen und waren Erzehlung des Vorlauffs, dieser und anderer Unthaten, so erwehneter Mörder vorübet, auch was für Supplicia und Straffen demselben zuerkandt, und wie er den 15. Maii hernacher vom Leben zum Tode gebracht, mit kurtzer Erinnerung, was man bey Außführung und Straff dergleichen Ubelthäter zu bedencken.

      Freiberg, Melchior Hoffmann, [1616].. (48) SS. Mit Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt; Text durchgehend von doppelter Rahmenlinie eingefaßt. Marmorheftstreifen. 4to.. Leichpredigt auf die Familie des Freiberger Gewürzkrämers Andreas Köhler, der mit seiner Frau, seinem elfjährigen Sohn und seiner neunjährigen Tochter im eigenen Hause ermordet wurde. Obwohl der Täter, Simon Kästner aus Reichsstadt, den Raubmord durch Brandstiftung zu verschleiern suchte, wurde er gefaßt und mit Zangen gerissen und gerädert. Die Predigt schildert nicht nur die Tat, sondern enthält auch eine Ermahnung, die öffentliche Hinrichtung von Misstätern nicht als Lustspiel oder Spektakel zu betrachten, da doch Leute, die "einen gefallen an ihrem grawsamen Jammer und Elende haben, [...] erger denn der Hencker selbst seyn". - So komplett ohne den offenbar manchen Ausgaben beigegebenen Kupferstich mit dem Bildnis des in Eisen gelegten Mörders (hier im Faksimile beiliegend): das VD 17 führt die illustrierte Variante unter separater Nummer. Tatsächlich ist nur ein einziges Exemplar mit der Illustration nachweisbar (ULB Halle); dieses ist außerdem unvollständig (es fehlen die Bll. A2-3). Die Exemplare in Gotha, Dresden (2) und Zwickau alle ohne das Kupfer. - Etwas wasserrandig; eine Anstreichung von zeitgenöss. Hand. - VD 17, 125:034515F.

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        AVENTURES du Retour de Guyenne. A l'imitation de la chanson des Pèlerins de Sainct Iacques. Et se chante sur le mesme chant.

      S.l., 1616. - in-12. 64pp. (i.e. 16). Cartonnage moderne à la Bradel. Edition Originale de cette chanson satirique sur le retour de la cour vers Paris après le mariage à Bordeaux du jeune Louis XIII avec l'infante d'Espagne. L'auteur y narre avec humour les péripéties rencontrées lors du voyage jusqu'à Poitiers (attaque de rats, pénurie de nourriture, etc.). Une brochure sur le trajet de Poitiers à Tours, intitulée "Suite des Adventures du voyage de Guyenne" (8pp.) fut imprimée sans lieu ni date la même année. L'ensemble fut réédité par Eusèbe Castaigne en 1863. Catalogue des livres imprimés de M. Leber, Paris, 1839, tome II, 4290. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Bible: That is The Holy Scripture Contained in the Old and New Testament. The New Testament title page states: The New Testament of Our Lord Jesus Christ Translated out of Greeke by Theod. Beza

      Robert Barker Printer to the King's most excellent, 1616. Robert Barker Printer to the King's most excellent, 1616. Hardcover. Fair/No Dustjacket. 1616. No dust jacket. Leather bound, with brass corners and the remains of hinges. This book is in poor condition and valued for its age. Yellowed text block. Several pages are missing at the very start of the book which begins half way through the 'Collects'. There is other random pages missing or torn throughout and there is some (old) book worm damage.Former owner's annotations on the flyleaf. Some dog eared corners. Heavy bio-degradation, wear and scuffing to the boards, mainly on the spine, edges and corners. The front board is held on by the binding strings, which are still intact. Please contact us for more details.

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        Succenturiatus Anatomicus. continens Commentaria in Hippocratem, de Capitis Vulneribus. additae in aliquot capita libri VIII. C. Celsi Explicationes.

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: apud Iodocum à Colster, . FIRST EDITION of Paaw's commentary on the books of Hippocrates and Celsus on wounds of the head. The text of the first part is in Greek and Latin, and both parts are richly illustrated with very finely executed engravings, a few of which are repeated, which show the anatomy of the head (including the teeth), and the surgical instruments used. The two folding plates are of the skeletal anatomy of the entire body and of the head. Artistically, the glory of this beautiful book is the folding frontispiece, engraved by Andries Jacobsz Stock after Jacob de Gheyn (1565-1629), which depicts Paaw giving an anatomy lesson in the anatomical theatre at Leiden. The theatre was built at his request, and was the first such theatre in the Netherlands. This plate was also published in Paaw's book on the anatomy of the bones published in 1615. It is modelled on the title-page of the Fabrica of Vesalius, of whom Paaw was an ardent admirer, editing an edition of the Epitome in 1616. Blas Bruni Celli, Bibliografia Hipocrática, 3234.4to, pp. (xxiv), 270; (ii), 128, fine folding engraved frontispiece (bound after the fourth leaf, as often), 2 folding plates; numerous engraved illustrations in the text, including many half- and full-page, and a portrait of Paaw on the verso of the title. Title printed in red and black, separate title-page to the second part. Contemporary vellum. Short tear at the fold in the frontispiece and one plate, tear across leaf Nn1 neatly repaired without loss, paper slightly browned, the vellum a little marked and soiled, but an excellent copy.

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      . Kupferstich v. Bertius, 1616, 13,5 x 18,5.

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        Gesamtans, "Cöln".

      . Kupferstich v. Bertius, 1616, 14,3 x 19,3.

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        The Workes of -

      London: Printed by W[william] Stansby, 1616. London: Printed by W[william] Stansby, 1616. First edition. Folio. With engraved allegorical title by William Hole and woodcut initials and head-pieces throughout. [10], 1015 pp. Lacking blank leaf A1. With occasional mispagination; several leaves with blank verso (Fl, F6), blank recto (F2. F7), without loss of text. Full green morocco by Riviere and Sons, gilt ruled, spines lettered and decorated in gilt, a.e.g. Mild toning and thumbing throughout, title-page remargined, last leaf with restoration at blank corners; spine uniformly toned to tan; expert, nearly imperceptible repair to joints. Provenance: John Barrymore's copy, signed by him and additionally annotated with bibliographic information "Engraved title in compartments by Hole / Bound by Riviere...." and with his bookplate. STC 14751; Pforzheimer 559; Greg I:163(d), 176(b), 181(b), 186(b)*, 216(b), 256(b), 304(b)*, 303(b), 296(b). Grolier 100 English . First edition of the Workes of Ben Jonson, the publication of which was closely supervised by Jonson, a landmark of English literature. "The publication of the 1616 folio in the very year of Shakespeare's death consolidated Jonson's position as England's foremost living author - Jonson was granted a royal pension of 100 marks - establishing him in fact if not in name as Britain's poet laureate" (ODNB). Jonson was the most celebrated author for the stage and court in Jacobean England, and his work was widely performed through the early eighteenth century. Dryden wrote that if "Shakespeare was the Homer or father of dramatic poets, Jonson was the Virgil," and if he now stands in the shadow of Shakespeare, his literary achievements have been consistently valued through the centuries, and he was praised by Oscar Wilde and James Joyce. The Workes comprises nine plays: Every Man in his Humor, Every Man out of his Humor, Cynthias Revells, Poetaster, Seianus, Volpone, Epicoene, The Alchemist, and Catiline; together with a collection of his Epigrammes, Poetry, and Masques. Personally supervising the preparation of the contents of the Folio, Jonson "used the quarto texts wherever available but scrupulously and systematically revised them, cutting out many marginal notes, altering the spelling, typography and punctuation in accordance with a consistent if somewhat pedantic plan and introducing considerable editorial matter. The result is that this folio edition may be regarded as authoritative. Moreover Jonson attended the press while it was being printed and introduced many corrections and alterations at that time" (Pforzheimer 559). The engraved title is rich in allegorical significance to "the scope and diversity of Jonson's authorial ambitions" (Donaldson 2011, p. 327 ff.). It was the success of Jonson's Workes that encouraged the consortium of London booksellers to produce the First Folio Shakespeare of 1623, to which Jonson contributed the celebrated verses "To the Memory of My Beloved the Author, Master William Shakespeare -" Poems are invariably a mirror of the poet as well as of the nominal subject and it is plain that Jonson intended himself as well as Shakespeare when he wrote "He was not of an age, but for all time." With a notable modern theatrical provenance: from the library of renowned stage and film actor John Barrymore, signed by him and bearing his distinctive bookplate. Barrymore (1882-1942), "the most conspicuous member of of America's 'Royal Family' of actors" (ANB), who achieved international stardom with his stage performances as Richard III and Hamlet in the 1920s on Broadway and in London. and a meteoric film career. This is Pforzheimer's preferred small-paper copy with the following points: "C" engraved title page; Every Man Out of his Humour title page: one of two states without border, with imprint: "London, Printed by William Stansby for John Smithwicke. [rule] M.DC.XVI."; with first issue of dedication leaf (G2), signed, with "By your true Honorer, Ben Jonsoif" and with other Pforzheimer points "found only in small-paper copies"; Cynthias Revells engraved title page, first (of two) Pforzheimer issues, with "Printed by W. Stansby"; Poetaster title page, first (of three) Pforzheimer issues, with "Printed by W. Stansby, for M. Lownes. 1616" and with all Quire Yy6 (525-40) small-paper points; last two pages of the Golden Age with song headed "Astraea" preceding that headed "Pallas"

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        Tractatus Sive Repetitiones Super L Diffamari, C de Ingenuis...

      1616. Blarer, Bartholomaeus. Contardi, Cesare [d. 1585]. Cagnoli, Girolamo [1491-1551]. Oldendorp, Johann [c. 1480-1567]. Ferrarius, Johannes [1485 or 6-1558]. Gymnich, Walter. Tractatus Sive Repetitiones Super L. Diffamari, C. de Ingenuis Manumissis, Quatuor Clarissimorum Iurisconsultorum, I.C. Bartholomaei Blareri, Caesaris Contardi, Hieronymi Cagnoli, Ioannis Oldendorpii. Quibus Nunc Primum Accessit Io. Ferrarii Montani Brevis Expositio Processus Super L. Diffam. Omnia ex Novissima, Ac Additionibus Quibusdam Locupletata Recognitione Gualteri Gymnici, Iur. Licentiati, & in Aula Electorali Coloniensi Adsessoris. Cologne: Apud Antonium Hierat, 1616. [xxiv], 475, [59] pp. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, gilt title to spine, lapped edges, ties lacking. Light rubbing to extremities, a few negligible spots to boards, partial crack between front endleaf and title page. Woodcut decorated initials and tail-pieces. Light toning to text, early owner annotation to front free endpaper, internally clean. Ex-library. Early location label to spine, armorial bookplate to verso of title page. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Second and final edition. This is a scarce anthology addressing the Roman law of slander, libel, torts and injuries by a distinguished group of German and Italian Jurists. OCLC locates 5 copies of this edition in North America, all in law libraries (Harvard, Northwestern, Universities of California, Berkeley, Minnesota and Pennsylvania). This edition not in the British Museum Catalogue..

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        Typus orbis terrarum

      1616. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Blatt: 19 x 12 cm, Darstellung: 13,5 x 9,5 cm. Kleinformatige altkolorierte Weltkarte aus "Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum" herausgegeben in Amsterdam 1616. Weiße Ränder gebräunt, mit verwischtem Kolorit sowie mit 3 Bez. der Himmelsrichtungen in Tinte, die 4. oben im Bildrand. Shirley 290 - Koeman III, 0001:342A - King S. 82f. Small contemporary coloured map of the world from "Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum", published in Amsterdam in 1616. Slightly age-toned, sky directions written with ink, one word in the upper part of the image. Shirley 290 - Koeman III, 0001:342A - King S. 82f.

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        Cavalarice, or The English Horseman. [...] Newly imprinted, corrected & augmented, with many worthy secrects not before knowne.

      (London, Edward Allde for Edward White, 1616-)1617.. 8 parts in one vol. Titles within wide woodcut borders and numerous woodcut illustrations throughout. Contemporary speckled calf, rebacked preserving original label on spine, 8vo.. Second edition of this important manual of riding, breeding, hunting, farriery and veterinary matters (following the first of 1607), by one of the earliest western owners of and dealers in Arabian horses. Markham praises the virtues of Turkish and Barb horses, which are said to be "beyond all horses whatsoever for delicacie of shape and proportion, insomuch that the most curious painter cannot with all his Art amend their naturall lineaments. They are to be knowne before all horses by the finenesse of their proportions, especially their heades and necks, which Nature hath so well shap'd, and plac'd, that they commonly save Art his greatest labour: they are swift beyond other forraigne horses, and to that use in England we onely imploy them [...]". With notes on saddles and bits (several illustrated), as well as numerous cures for horse ailments. - "Divided into eight books with separate titles. The 2nd and 3rd books bear the date of 1616" (Huth). The title page itself bears no imprint, but rather has the word "Cavalarice" sandwiched between the dates "16" and "17". - Occasional slight browning or marginal waterstaining; several small wormholes to margins near end. Title with dated 1745 inscription, 17th century ink annotation to title verso (traced by a later hand), 20th century ink annotation and tippped-in auction catalogue description to front free endpaper. From the library of Francis McIlhenny Stifler with his bookplate to front pastedown. Scarce; only three copies of this edition sold at auction in the last 30 years. - BM-STC 17335. Poynter 19.2. OCLC 18813278. Cf. Huth 15. Podeschi/Mellon 18. Graesse IV, 403. Mennessier de la Lance II, 156. Not in Wellcome.

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        Tractatus varii de vera praeparatione, et usu medicamentorum chymicorum. Quae hoc libero diversa tractantur, versa pagina exhibebit ... Editio quarta prioribus emendatior.

      Basel, Rex, 1616.. 8°. 208 (von 249) S. Lederband des 20. Jahrhunderts.. Brüning 1158. - Krivatsy 8784. - Unser Exemplar ohne den Titel und die Vorrede sowie S. 209ff mit dem "Libellus de lapide philosophorum". Erste Ausgabe dieser alchemistischen Pharmazeutik. enthält "De mineralibus ac metallis philosophicis ..." - "Libellus de sale nitro ..." - "Libellus de spayricorum quorundam medicamentorum ..." und "De quarundam herbarum salibus ...". - Papier durchgehend stockfleckig und gebräunt. Kleiner Bibliotheksstempel auf dem ersten und dem letzten Blatt.

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        [Syrias.] Hierosolyma hoc est expeditio illa celeberrima Christianorum principum, qua Goffredo Bulione duce a Turcarum tyrannide Hierusalem liberatur.

      Florence, Giovanni Donato, Bernardino Giunta, & Soc., 1616.. 4to. (26), 496, (2) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. and several historiated initials. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. spine title "Carmina Barge".. Epic poem on the events of the first crusade (1486-99), led by Godfrey of Bouillon. The work was written at almost the same time as Tasso's like-themed "Gerusalemme Liberata": while this is the first edition under the title "Hierosolyma", it was actually already published in Paris in 1582 (bks. 1-2) and 1584 (bks. 3-4), then in Rome in 1585 (bks. 1-6), and finally, in all 12 books, separately in 1591 under the title "Syrias" (cf. Brunet I, 288). Petrus Angelus Bargaeus (1517-92) was a scholar and professor at the universities of Pisa and Rome. - Rather strong brownstaining, occasional waterstaining. Some contemporary underlining and ms. line-numbers supplied throughout. OCLC locates single copy in America (Houghton Library, Harvard). - BMC 5:448. NUC 16.619. Bruni/Evans 232. OCLC 82107113. Cf. Brunet I, 288.

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        Commentariorum rerum Germanicarum libri tres.

      Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1616.. Qu.-4°. Kupfertitel, Wappenkupfer, 4 Bll., 732 SS., 1 Bl., mit 26 (20 blattgroßen) Kupferkarten und 101 blgr. Kupfertafeln Pergament d. Zt.. Phillips-Le Gear 8526; Tiele 102; Nebehay-W. 94. - Eines der schönsten deutschen Ansichtenwerke, mit Abbildungen fast aller wichtigen Städte des deutschen Sprachraums: Aachen, Augsburg, Basel, Bern, Bonn, Bremen, Buda, Danzig, Dresden, Erfurt, Frankfurt/M., Hamburg, Heidelberg, Innsbruck, Köln, Kopenhagen, Lübeck, Marburg, München, Nürnberg, Prag, Speyer, Salzburg, Strassburg, Trier, Wien, usw.. - Gut erhalten, nur gering gebräunt, der hübsche Einband ohne Bindebänder, leicht aufgebogen, am Rücken mit kleiner Restaurierung, dennoch dekorativ. Tafeln schön.

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        The Way to the True Church: Wherein The Principall Motives perswading to Romanisme, and Questions touching the nature and authority of Church and Scriptures, are familiarly disputed, and driuen to their issues, where, this day they sticke between the Papists and vs: etc. etc. . Directed to all that seeks for resolutio: and especially to his louing countrimen of Lancashire.

      Printed by Richard Field for John Bill and William Barret. London 4to. in 8s. Fourth edition 1616 - pp. (lxiv), 456, (x) The Table, (ii) blank. BOUND WITH : WHITE, John. Contemporary calf, now dilapidated, joints weak and boards holding by the cords, one early leaf in the first work torn without loss, a single worm-hole in the fore-edge margins of the first few leaves, one leaf in the second work with a paper flaw in the lower corner not affecting text, this work lacking one leaf [Mm8 pp. 545/6], offered as a good working copy. A Defence of the Way to the Trve Chvrch against A.D. his Reply. etc. etc. Printed for William Barret. London. 1614. 4to. First edition. pp. (xxxviii), 557, (i). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Calendarium astronomicum exhibens ortus, occasus, culminationes, configurationes, conjunctiones, antiscias & tropicas & aequinoctiales; aliasq[ue] habitudines solis & stellarum quinq[ue] [...] in annum [...] MDCXVII. Ex accuratißimis nobilißimi Tychonis a Brahe observationibus [...].

      Stettin, Johann Christoph Landtrachtinger / typis Rhetianis, [1616].. (52) SS. Mit ornamentaler Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. Halbleinenband um 1900 mit hs. Deckelschildchen. 4to.. Seltener astronomisch-astrologischer Kalender auf das Jahr 1617, gewidmet dem Pommerschen Rat Christoph von Owstin, Erbherr auf Bünsow und Ziten, sowie dem Pommerschen Militär Andreas Bugenhagen, Erbherr auf Nering und Broke. Die Vorrede an den Leser datiert 17. Januar 1616. Anton Helwig aus Anklam wird auf den Titelblättern seiner überlieferten Schriften als Student der Medizin und Mathematik bezeichnet (hier bloß als "Philiatros"). - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt; Titel mit Tintenwischern der Zeit. - Zinner (Astronom. Lit.) 4586. Vgl. VD 17, 23:262152T (Ausg. 1617/1618).

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        Stirpium Historia pemptades sex, sive libri XXX ...

      1616. Antverpiae, ex Officina Plantiniana, apud B. & I. Moretos, 1616. Folio (346 x 230mm). pp. (16), 872, (66), with fine engraved title and 1341 woodcuts of plants in the text. Contemporary blindpressed pigskin. "Best revised and enlarged edition." (Hunt 201). A fine and attractively bound copy, frontcover hinges splitting but firm. Dodoens was the first of the Great Flemish botanists and helped to forward the growing interest in classification which had begun with Bock's "Neu Kreuterbuch" in 1539. Dodonaeus graduated from the University of Louvain in 1535. After working in Malines as a physician he moved to Vienna to assume the post of personal physician to Emperor Maximilian II, later he moved to Prague when Rudolph II succeeded Maximilian. In 1582 Dodonaeus was appointed professor of botany at the University of Leiden. The above offered work is Dodoens last and most comprehensive botanical work, incorporating material from a number of his earlier books, including the "Cruydeboeck". It is of interest, that he made here an attempt to an explanation of the parts of the plants. Nissen BBI, 517..

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        Autographed Letter Signed to the Earl of Suffolk

      London: , 1616. London, 1616. unbound. 1 page with 8 lines of writing, 9 x 7.5 inches, Tower of London, April 8, 1616. Signed in full by the conspirator in the plot to place Arabella Stuart on the throne instead of James I. He was arrested with Sir Walter Scott (who he accused of complicity) and was condemned to death but later pardoned. This letter is written to the Earl of Suffolk, Lord High Treasurer, asking payment of a pension due him, which was never revoked, in full: "May it pleas yr hs: My monthly allowens of 32p was due to me ye 8 of Aprill. I humbly (beg) your hs: to gyve order that it may be payed unto servant William Jimson may receav it for me and so I humbly tak my leav: from the Tower ye 8th of Aprill 1616. Yr hs: poor friend humbly to be named Henry Brooke" Docketed Lord Cobham 8 Aprilis 1616. Stained on the corners with slight tears along the right edge. Good condition.

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        Praxis Rerum Criminalium, Opus Absolutissimum, Praetoribus...

      1616. Damhouder, Joost (Jodicus) [1507-1581]. Praxis Rerum Criminalium, Opus Absolutissimum, Praetoribus, Consulibus, Magistratibus Atque Omnibus Iustitiae Administris Necessarium; Ab Ipso Auctore Ante Mortem Tertia Sui Parte Auctum, & Nunc Secundo Editum cum Summariis, Capitum & Titulorum, Materiarum Item Indicibus Copiosissimis. Accesserunt Eiusdem Auctoris Sententiae Selectae Praxeos Rerum Criminalium, & Aliarum Partium Iuris Scientiarumque. Antwerp: Apud Gasparem Bellerum, 1616. [xii], 416, 435-340 [i.e. 442]; [56], 156, [8] pp. Two parts in one volume, the second, Sententiae Selectae, has title page and pagination. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (9-3/4" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, endpapers renewed. Some rubbing to extremities, moderate soiling, front hinge cracked, vellum cracked through pastedowns, front one has armorial bookplate of William Curtis Noyes. Some wear to fore edges of preliminaries. Toning, light browning and dampspotting in places, internally clean. Ex-library. Residue from shelf label to spine, bookplate residue to front pastedown, small stamp to rear. * Later edition. First published in 1551, this was the first comprehensive study of criminal procedure published in northern Europe. A synthetic work drawn mostly from Roman-Dutch sources, it was based on Philip Wielant's Practycke Crimineele (1439-1519) and other earlier treatises. Published in Latin, Dutch and French, it was a standard authority throughout the continent for many years. Damhouder was an advisor to the Duke of Burgundy and a prolific author of legal and religious treatises. Noyes [1805-1864] was a leading New York lawyer and a member of the commission to codify the state's laws, which resulted in the Field Codes. A man of extensive learning, he owned one of the finest law libraries in the United States. Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 44 (4)..

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        'Tabula, quarepr esentantur pooida atq loca, per Marchionem Spinulam, nomine Caesare & Majestatis, obsessa et occupata in Ducatibus Juliaceno, Clivensi et anno Christi 1614. Necnon expeditionis bellice, ad conatibus ejus resistendum ab Illmo et Excmo. Principe Mauritio Nassovio, nomine Perillustrium Praepotentiumq D.D. Ordinum Foederatorum, suscepte. - Description & Figures des affaires des Pais-Bas':.

      . Kupferstich v. Baudartius, 1616, 14,5 x 40 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Seltene Niederrheinkarte mit dem Gebiet des Rheinlaufes von Nimwegen bis Köln sowie Westfalen bis Münster. - Die Städte mit kl. Vogelschauansichten (z.B. Dortmund, Recklinghausen, Münster, Iserlohn, Sprockhövel, Siegburg, Dorsten, Haltern, Venlo, Wassenberg, Werl, Lippstadt, Unna, Coesfeld, Schermbeck, Dülken, Erkelenz, Essen, Köln, Düsseldorf, Wesel, Bocholt, Emmerich, Rees, Bocholt, Kleve, Maastricht, Geilenkirchen, Gangelt, Linnich, Jülich, Grevenbroich, Neuss, Köln, Krefeld, Moers, Sonsbeck, Alpen, Geldern, Marienbaum etc.)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Tractatus varii, de vera praeparatione, et usu medicamentorum chymicorum. Editio quarta prioribus emendatior... addidit duos tractatus de lapide philosophorum...

      Basel, König, 1616.. (15,5 x 10 cm). (14) 249 (18) S. Mit 13 (12 großen allegorischen) Textholzschnitten und einigen Diagrammen. Moderner Pappband.. Erste, mit hübschen allegorischen Abbildungen illustrierte Ausgabe. Die drei zwischen 1594 und 1602 nachweisbaren Ausgaben sind nicht bebildert. - "Penot, gebürtig von St. Marie in Guienne, hatte in Basel studirt, und war durch Bodenstein der Schule des Paracelsus gewonnen worden. Zuversichtlich widmete er sein ganzes Streben der Erfindung des Steins der Weisen, setzte dabei sein ganzes Vermögen zu, und starb in der größten Armuth im Hospital zu Ifferten. Am Ende seines Lebens verfluchte er die Alchemie, und meinte, wer seinen Todfeind sicher verderben wolle, müsse ihn bereden, Alchemie zu treiben. Bevor diese Verzweiflung über ihn kam, vertheidigte er die Alchemie" (Schmieder). Penot war nicht nur Schüler und Anhänger von Paracelsus, sondern auch einer der zahlreichen Herausgeber einzelner Werke von ihm. "His pharmaceutical (works) contains some intelligible preparations" (Partington). - Stellenweise gering gebräunt. Rechte obere Ecke gegen Ende mit schwachem Wasserrand. Oberer Rand knapp beschnitten, dadurch die Kopfzeile stellenweise angeschnitten. - VD17 23:294935Q; Brüning 1158 (ohne die nichtpaginierten Blätter); Ferchl 402; Schmieder 297; Partington II, 269; vgl. Sudhoff 238 (Anm.); diese Ausgabe nicht in den einschlägigen Bibliographien. - Vorgebunden: 1 Blatt mit halbseitigem zeitgenössischen Eintrag zu Michael Sendivogius.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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        Iesu Christi D. N. novum Testamentum ex postrema Theodori Bezae interpretatione ; additae sunt ab eodem summae breves doctrinae unoquoque Evangeliorum et Actorum loco comprehensae. Item Methodi Apostolicarum Epistolarum breuis explicato.

      Geneve, Stoer, 1616.. 16° 172, 156 Blätter/leaves. Mit schönem gestochenen Titel. Pergament der Zeit mit handgeschriebenem Rücken-Titel. Hinteres Gelenk gelockert. Titel und Vorsätze mit alten handschriftlichen Eigner Eintragungen in Tinte. Letztes Blatt mit kleiner Fehlstelle im weissen Rand. Vereinzelt etwas fingerfleckig und tintenfleckig. Ab Blatt 69 des zweiten Teils (Apostel-Geschichte) 2mm braunfleckig im weissen Rand. Ohne die Schliessen, Einband ebenso leicht fleckig und etwas bestossen. Kapitalband lose.. Seltene kommentierte lateinische NT-Ausgabe. Die Annotationen von Beze als Marginalien in kleinerer Type gedruckt. Beze war Nachfolger von Calvin im Konistitorium und argumentierte bein einem Treffen in Montbeliard zusammen mit Andreae gegen die lutherische Ubiquitätslehre. Rare Latin version of the New Testament by Beze (1519-1605). In the Latin version he quietly abandons some of the emendations previously introduced; and in the annotations notices some fresh readings" (Darlow & Moule).

      [Bookseller: J.J. Heckenhauer e.K.]
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        Miracula & Mysteria Chymico-Medica. Libris quinque ( quorum summam pagina versa exhibet, ) enucleata. Studio & opera Philippi Mulleri Freiburg Brisgoi Philosof. & Med. D. Edition tertia, cum Gratia & Privil S.C.M. ad decennium 1616. - Accessunt his: 1. Tyrocinium Chymicum [von Beguinus bzw. Jean Begiun]. 2. Novum Lumen Chymicum [von Michael Sendivogus]. - Summa horum, juxta seriem Capitum & Tractat ad calcem invenienda est. 3. Aufl.

      Aachen, [Wittenberg], Clementis Bergeri Bibliop., 1616.. 12 Bll., S. 1-190, 151-493, 2 Bll. [so kmpl.!], mit Titelvignette, einigen Vignetten am Text u. 18 Fig. (Holzschnitte), 12°, Gepr. Pergament d. Zt.. Ferguson II,115f. (nennt die gleiche Seitenzählung!), vgl. auch I,93 (Beguin), II,365f. (Sendivogius); Caillet 7869, vgl. auch 913 u. 10135. - Die EA des Werks wurde 1610 hrsg. Es erschienen etliche Auflagen, z.T. mit den beiden angebundenen Werken (Tyrocinium Chymicum u. Novum Lumen Chymicum), z.T. aber auch ohne! Auch unter dem etwas abweichenden Titel "Miracula chymica et misteria medica. Libris quinque enucleta, quorum summam pagina versa exhibet." Das Werk beschreibt die Bereitung versch. (pharmazeutischer) Subtanzen. Über Philipp Müller lässt sich nichts gesichertes feststellen, es scheint versch. Personen dieses Namens gegeben zu haben (Ferguson). - Jean Beguins (1550-1620) Chemielehrbuch "Tyrocinium chymicum" (hier ab S. 151) erlebte im 17. Jh. etliche Auflagen u. war entsprechend verbreitet. Es gilt als eines der ersten Chemiebücher (im Gegensatz zur Alchemie). - Der polnische Alchemist Michael Sendivogius (1566-1636) soll Kaiser Rudolf II u.a. mit Hilfe eines Pulvers, das er von Alexander Seton kurz vor dessen Tode erhalten hatte, Transmutationen vorgeführt haben. Sein "Novum Lumen Chymicum" beginnt hier auf S. 369. - Einband ist fleckig; Aussengelenk gering angerissen; neuere Schliessbändchen; Vorderes Vorsatzblatt fehlt; Titel mit hinterlegter Fehlstelle (kein Textverlust), auch im Text wenige hinterlegte Fehlstellen mit ergänzten Buchstaben oder Wörtern; vereinzelte Anstreichungen von alter Hand, Anmerkung im hinteren Vorsatz; Seiten sind deutlich gebräunt u. z.T. angeschmutzt oder fleckig; ab S. 399 mit kl. Fehlstelle im oberen Rand (Mäusefrass?), dabei z.T. angeschnittene Seitenzahlen; ca. 1/4 der Seiten mit Wurmgängen im Rand. - Selten!

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange]
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        Das Schach- oder König-Spiel von Gustavo Seleno, In vier unterschiedene Bücher, mit besonderm Fleiß, gründlich und ordentlich abgefasset. Auch mit dienlichen Kupfern gezieret: Desgleichen vorhin nicht ausgangen. Diesem ist zu ende angefüget ein sehr altes Spiel, genandt Rhythmomachia.

      Leipzig Lorentz Kober 1616. Titelauflage der Erstausgabe von 1616 mit dem Druckfehlerverzeichnis auf der Rückseite von Seite 495. Mit 5 (von 7) ganzseitigen Titelkupfern, einem Druckvermerk in Kupfer sowie 28 ganzseitigen Kupfern, davon 2 Falttafeln, 45 Seiten mit Textkupfern sowie zahlreichen Zier- und Schlussstücken. Lipsiae (Leipzig), Gedruckt durch Lorentz Kober. Bey Henning Groß den Jüngern, zu finden, M.DC..Xvi, (1616). 4°, (ca. 26,2 mal 18,5 cm), mit handgeschriebenem Titelblatt (um 1830), 1 Leerseite, 10 Blätter, 495 S., Korrekturverzeichnis verso S. 495,1 Blatt mit Druckvermerk, Pappband mit grünem Rückenschildchen. Um 1830 neu gebunden. Das dabei verwendete Vorsatzpapier stammt vermutlich aus der Papiermühle Twiste und trägt einen achtstrahligen Stern mit Mittelkreis (Kristallstern) als Wasserzeichen, das Gegenzeichen die Buchstaben 'GH'. Dieser Kristallstern ist das Wappensymbol des ehemaligen Fürstentums Waldeck. Das Gegenzeichen, die Buchstaben 'GH', konnten nicht eindeutig zugeordnet werden. Die Angaben zum Wasserzeichen des Vorsatzpapiers stammen vom Deutschen Buch- und Schriftmuseum der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek Leipzig, Papierhistorische Sammlungen. Insgesamt gibt es 13 Seiten mit Marginalien von alter Hand - vermutlich eine Schrift aus dem 18. Jahrhundert. Die Anmerkungen beziehen sich jeweils auf die angegebenen Schachzüge und Stellungen, die offensichtlich nachgespielt wurden. Die Textabbildung auf S. 429 - den Schleich darstellend - ist hier auf dem Kopf stehend wiedergegeben. Erstausgabe des ersten Lehrbuches über Schach in deutscher Sprache. Es blieb für 200 Jahre bis zum Erscheinen der Werke von Allgaier und Bilguer das bedeutendste Schachbuch in Deutschland. Das Werk ist nicht nur eine Übersetzung des Werkes von Ruy Lopez de Segura, sondern auch eine Erweiterung. Interessant auch durch die alten handschriftlichen Anmerkungen, dessen Urheber wir nicht ermitteln konnten. Ein Buch mit Geschichte. Das Spiel Rhythmochia war ein mittelaterliches Zahlenspiel und wurde auch Philosophenspiel genannt. Es wurde bereits von John von Salisbury und Roger Bacon empfohlen. Einbandkanten berieben, papierbedingt gebräunt, Seiten etwas braunfleckig, sechs Blätter mit Einrissen, vereinzelt leicht fleckig, insgesamt jedoch ordentliches Exemplar; der fehlende Vortitel, der Hauptitel, die doppelblattgroße Abbildung - den Herzog beim Schachspielen zeigend - sowie die fünf fehlenden Seiten des Vorworts und die beschädigte Tabula synopsin liegen in Fotokopie bei. Sprache: deutsch.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Günter Hochgrebe]
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        Nassaw (Nassau)-Catzenelnbogische (Katzenelnbogen / Catzenelnbogen) Gerichts- und Landordnung [Landordnung in sechs Teilen. Erster Teil: Von den vornehmsten Contracten / so under dem gemeinen Mann im gang und schwang gehen. Ander Teil: Von den Ehesachen. Dritter Theil: Von Testamenten und letzten Willen. Vierter Theil: Von denen Erbschafften / so einem ohne Testament uffersterben. Fünfter Theil: Von Vormundschafften. Sechster Theil: Von Verjährungen / Dienstbarkeiten und Verträgen.

      o.V., Herborn 1616. (Gerichtsordnung:) Titelblatt, 4 Seiten Vorrede, 1 S., 67 S., 1 S. Register; (Landordnung:) 188 S., 1 Blatt, gr.4°, Pergament der Zeit. Alle 7 Titelblätter mit gedrucktem Wappen, Haupttitel teils in Rotdruck. - Pergament-Einband am Rücken mit ca. 60 % Fehlstellen, mehrere kleinere Fehlstellen auf den Deckeln, diese sind auch fleckig. Innen durchgehend mit alten Wasserflecken (ohne Schimmelbildung), vier alte Eintragungen auf dem Titelblatt, Deckel innen und wenige Blätter im Rand mit Fraßspuren, Druckspiegel gebräunt. Insgesamt ist diese seltene 1. Auflage gut lesbar und vollständig, somit als Belegexemplar gut geignet, bibliophilen Ansprüchen genügt dieses Exemplar nicht..

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Kerstin Daras]
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        Dell'historia de i semplici aromati, et altre cose che vengono portate dall'Indie Orientali pertinenti all'uso della medicina di Don Garzia Dall'Horto... et due altri libri parimente di quelle cose che si portano dall'Indie Occidentali di Nicolo Monardes... tradotti... da Annibale Briganti...

      1616. Venezia, G. Salis, 1616. 8vo (160 x 110mm). pp. (32), 525, (1), with printer's device on title and numerous woodcuts in the text. Contemporary limp vellum. A later Italian translation by Briganti of Orta and Monardes. This translation is made from Clusius' Latin translation of both works and not from the original. It illustrates how European knowledge of the texts of Orta and Monardes was principally disseminated via Clusius' version rather than the Portuguese and Spanish originals. Orta's work was first published in Goa in 1563 and is a treatise on medical plants of India. The first edition of Monardes was published in Sevilla, 1565. Monardes tells of the various herbs and gums brought from the New World and their medicinal virtues. He writes of Copall, Anime, Tacamahaca, Balsamo, Guiacum, the most interesting Mechoacan, etc. Furtheron this work contains the first written account and illustration of tobacco, its use as a wound-herb and in the religious ceremonies of the Red Indians. Three small red old paint spots on title and 2 index leaves with minor paper damage. Wellcome I, 4663..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk]
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        Hortus Eystettensis. Narcissus Orientalis medio croccus Maior. Narcissus Orientalis medio croccus calice pleno. Narcissus Constantinopolitanus mi. nor, calice simbriato medio croccus. (Vielblütige, zweifarb. Narzissen).

      (1616).. Kolorierter Kupferstich. 48,8x41,5. 1 kl. restauriertes Löchlein.. "Das Werk wurde auf Veranlassung des Bischofs von Eichstätt unter Aufsicht des Nürnberger Apothekers und Raritätensammlers Basilius Besler in Kupfer gestochen und in 300 Exemplaren vermutlich in Altdorf gedruckt. Die Pflanzenvorlagen stammten aus dem botanischen Garten des weitgereisten Kirchenfürsten und Blumenliebhabers, den er auf der Willibaldsburg nahe bei Eichstätt anlegen ließ. Die Kupferstecher Wolfgang Kilian, Johann Leyplod u.a. lieferten die zahlreichen Pflanzenillustrationen." Teitge, Kostbarkeiten der Deutschen Staatsbibliothek.

      [Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Beata Bode]
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