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        Genuensis Reipublicae Leges Anni MDLXXVI cum declarationibus, additionibus et reformationibus ab eo anno in MDCXVI factis.

      Pavone, Genova 1617 - Genuae, Apud Iosephum Pavonem, 1617. Unito insieme: Sereniss. Collegiorum Auctoritas circa Criminalia & alia, [in fine:] Genuae, Apud Iosephum Pavonem, 1617. 2 parti in un volume in folio (310x210 mm.), pp. (4), 164, (12); 10, (2). Grande stemma in rame della Repubblica al front. (Dim. 112x109 mm.; Insegna di San Giorgio retta da Grifoni alati e sormontata da corona regale). Test. e final. xilogr., capilettera abitati, sempre in xilogr. Marca tipogr. xilogr. al colophon delle due opere. Bella legatura in mezza perg. con piatti rivestiti con carta remondiniana. Angoli in perg. Bibliogr. Manno, 25235. Ruffini, 258. Fontana, p. 46 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico]
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        VIENNA AUSTRIAE,

      1617 - Stadtansicht nach Jacob Hoefnagel aus Georg Braun und Franz Hogenberg Radierung, 50x32 cm Aus einem Buch entnommen, Bug in der Mitte Links des Titels steht das erzherzogliche Wappen, rechts davon jenes der Stadt Wien, im unteren Teil ist die Legende Zeigt das noch hauptsächlich mittelalterliche Erscheinungsbild, bevor der Barock Einzug hielt Quelle: Graphische Sammlung Albertina (Hrsg.): Oesterreich in alten Ansichten. - Veduten aus der Zeit von 1490 bis 1850. Residenz Verlag, Salzburg, 1977, Tafel 3 Original: Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien, Inv. Nr. 31043 Eingescannt bei UBI Wien Sprache: la

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        Krychs-konst te voet.

      Leeuwaerden 1617. 4to. (8) + 313 s. Kobberstukket tittelbl. 2 kobberstikk. Treskårne vignetter. Nytt papiromsl

      [Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat]
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        Mechlinia

      Amsterdam van den Keere Pieter 1617 - "Mechlinia". Orig. Kupf.-Kte., P. Kaerius, Amsterdem, 1617 (aus seinem Atlas "Germania Inferior"). Mit fig. Titelkart. (mit Trachtenpaar "Mechlinienses"), ornament. Kart. mit Gesamtansicht von Mechelen ("Mehlinia", 4:10 cm), fig. Kart. mit gr. Wappen und einem Wagen in der Mitte. 37,5:48,5 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek]
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        LA GERUSALEMME LIBERATA Con le annotazioni di Scipion Gentili, e di Giulio Guastavini, et li argomenti di Oratio Ariosti. Figurata da Bernardo Castello.

      Genova, Giuseppe Pavoni, 1617. In-4 p. (mm. 297x207), p. pelle coeva (restaurata, risg. rifatti), sottile cornice dorata ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro su tassello, 8 cc.nn. (compresi i due frontespizi), 255,(1),71,(1), 36,(4) pp. num., ornato da grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta, testate e finalini; con gli argomenti dei canti racchiusi in graziose cartouches, inc. su legno. Questa pregevole edizione e' illustrata dalle celebri 20 figure a piena pag. di Bernardo Castello, ciascuna in cornice figur. (una diversa dall?'altra), e dai 2 belliss. frontespizi racchiusi in bordura architettonica: uno con il ritratto di Carlo Emanuele di Savoia (cui e' dedicata l'opera) e l'altro con il ritratto del Tasso, il tutto finemente inc. in rame. Nelle carte preliminari, versi del Tasso e di altri poeti. In appendice, le annotazioni del Gentili e del Guastavini, apparse per la prima volta unite al poema nella prima ediz. curata dal Castello (Genova, Bartoli, 1590). Cfr. Gamba,948 - Brunet,V,666 - Graesse,VII,33 - Choix de Olschki,XII,18727 - Cicognara,1113: "I disegni dello stesso Castello sono diversi e non meno pregiabili di quelli che servirono all'edizione del 1590" - Cat. Piantanida,III,3846: "Bella e pregiata ediz. critica; particolare importanza hanno le belle figure, disegnate ed incise specialmente per questa edizione.?" Lieviss. alone margin. alle prime 15 e alle ultime 18 cc.; macchia su 1 c. (pp. 217-218), qualche traccia d?'uso, ma certamente un buon esemplare.

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        Relacion del Sucesso que tuvo Nuestra Santa Fe en los Reynos del Japon, desde el ano 1612 hasta el de 1615, Imperando Cubosama

      The final years of the Jesuit missions in Japan, with a list of the Christian Martyrs. 1617. Madrid. Viuda de Alonso Martin de Balboa. In folio (285 mm x 198 mm). 8 ff. + 516 + 4 ff. Near contemporary calf, boards with triple gilt fillet, raised bands to spine, tooled in gilt, two morocco lettering pieces, one with cypher. Light soiling, mainly marginal, to a few pages, mostly unobtrusive foxing spots, overall a remarkably fresh and clean copy. First edition. A rare work on Japanese?"Western affairs in the early 17th century; it stands as an early source book to the history of Japan. The history spans mostly through the years 1612 ?" 1615, and devotes itself to the progress of the Faith in the region, the Japanese, the causes of the persecution of Christians & converts, and the expulsion of the missionaries ?"with its effects- following the Tokugawa Ieyasu edict of 1614, which ordered the expulsion of the missionaries and marked the beginning of the end of the Christian Church in Japan. The work contains a list of the Christian martyrs from 1574 ?" 1615 and the location of the Jesuit missions in Japan. For Japanese history, this is also a most relevant work, as it is written during the years of the beginning of the Shogunate that would control the country for two centuries, ending a period of unrest and civil war by the different Daimyos. "Muy raro" (Palau).Piñeyro (1560 ?" 1620) was a Spanish Jesuit missionary; he is believed to have been in Japan during the years of gradually worsening relationships between the Shogunate and the Christian Church.Cordier Japonica, 290. Palau 226932. Streit V, 1163. De Backer ?" Sommervogel, VI, 817.

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        Les quatre premiers livres de la Franciade, Le Bocage royal, Les Ecoges et mascarades, Les élégies,

      chez Nicolas Buon,, à Paris, 1617 - 4 tomes des Oeuvres de Pierre de Ronsard, revues et augmentées, qui correspondent aux tomes III, IV, V et VI de l'édition publiée par Nicolas Buon à Paris en 1617, l'édition est complète en 11 tomes, format pt in-12 (! x 14 cm), reliure de l'époque plein parchemin, taché, bon état intérieur. Tome 4 : Les quatre premiers livres de la Franciade, avec portrait de Ronsard au verso de la page de titre, et un de Charles IX, 223 p. - Tome IV : Le Bocage Royal, portrait de Ronsard, 164 p. + 1 ff de table - Tome V : Les Eglogues et Mascarades, Portrait du Duc d'Anjou, 182 p., 1 ff de table - Tome VI : Les Elegies, 148 p.

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        Artificiosae Memoriae fundamenta... (&:) (Isagoge) seu introductio facilis in praxim artificiosae memoriae. (&:) Vita M. Tullii Cicereonis... secundum artem mnemonicam redacta. (&:) Schenckelius detectus: seu memoria artificialis lactenus occultata... -

      4 opere in 1 vol. In - 12. Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie; abilmente ricucita. Con 4 frontespizi stampati in rosso e nero; 3 stemmi e 9 illustrazioni a p. pagina e alcune figure e diagrammi inc. in rame n.t. nelle prime due opere. (24), 120 pp.; (24), 102 (recte 104) pp.; 45 (recte 47), (1) pp.; 220 (recte 216) pp.; antico timbretto sul frontespizio, pochi fogli un po' impolverati. Interessante raccolta di quattro rare opere di mnemonica, tutte in prima edizione (la prima è in seconda tiratura). Wellcome I, 4694, 4692, 4693. Krivatsy 8495, 8496, 8497. Young, Bibliogr. of Memory, pp.265 - 266. Yates, Art of Memory, pp.300 - 301. Rossi, Logic and the Art of Memory, p.92: «Between 1617 and 1619 (at the same time as the young Descartes began to express his interest in Lullism and the arts of memory) the works by Johannes Paepp were published in Lyons. One of these works, the Schenkelius detectus seu memoria artificialis hactenus occultata was a detailed commentary on Schenckel?s Ars memoriae, a work which Descartes knew well. In the Artificiosae memoriae fundamenta and the Introductio facilis in praxim artificiosae memoriae, Paepp set out to expound the Aristotelian, Ciceronian and Thomist doctrines on memory, but he had also patently been influenced by the Lullist tradition, and was familiar with its most significant exponents, from Bruno to Alsted. Following in the footsteps of Alsted, he fiercely criticized the denigrators of the art, and defended the idea of the interdependence of logic and mnemotechnics: while logic was necessary for some of the arts and disciplines, he argued, memory was indispensable for all forms of knowledge... A substantial part of his work is devoted to a discussion of the doctrines of Bruno...» An interesting collection of four rare works on artificial memory, all in first edition (second issue of the first one). Four titles printed in red and black, 3 finely engr. full - page coat of arms, nine full page text illustrations, and numerous tables and diagrams in the text. Small old stamp and owner's name on title, some mild toning of the paper, but generally a good copy in contemp. vellum, neatly recased.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport]
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        Rostochium Urbs Vandalica Anseatica Et Megapolitana.

      Germany 1617 - Size : 352x484 (mm), 13.875x19 (Inches), Hand Colored

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Les Recherches de la France d'Estienne Pasquier Augmentees par l'Autheur en ceste derniere Edition, de plusieurs beaux placards & passages, & de dix Chapitres entiers: dont le contenu se void au feuillet suivant

      Paris: Laurent Sonnius, 1617. (12 Bl.), 994 S., (54 Bl.); Titelblatt mit gr. Wappenvignette, zahlr. kunstvollen Kapitelbordüren und Initialen; Titelblatt etwas fleckig, mit Randreparatur u. Besitzervermerk von alter Hand, letzte 2 Bl. mit Randreparatur, kein Textverlust, Papier gelegentlich gering fleckig; schöner neuer Handeinband in Halbleder, mit Lederecken, Rückentitel in Gold, Vorsätze erneuert. Halbleder. Gut. 21 cm. Handeinband.

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        AN ITINERARY WRITTEN BY FYNES MORYSON GENT. FIRST IN THE LATINE TONGUE, AND THEN TRANSLATED BY HIM INTO ENGLISH

      London, John Beale, 1617.CONTAINING HIS TEN YEERES TRAVELL THROUGH THE TWELVE DOMINIONS OF GERMANY, BOHMERLAND, SWEITZERLAND, NETHERLAND, DENMARKE, POLAND, ITALY, TURKY, FRANCE, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND. Divided into III Parts: The I Part containeth a journall through all the said twelve dominions: shewing particularly the number of miles, the soyle of the country, the situation of cities, the descriptions of them with all monuments in each place worth the seeing, as also the rates of hiring coaches or horses from place to place, with each daies expences for diet, horsemeat, and the like. The II Part containeth the rebellion of Hugh Earle of Tyrone and the appeasing thereof: written also in forme of a journall. The III Part containeth a discourse upon severall heads, through all the said severall dominions. FIRST EDITION, folio in sixes, 300 x 200 mm, 12 x 8 inches, 7 near half page woodcut maps in the text (Venice, Naples, Rome, Genoa, Paris, Jerusalem - plan of church of Holy Sepulchre, Constantinople), a larger map of Turkey, 1 full page comparative table of English and Scottish weights and monies, head - and tailpieces and large historiated initials, pages: [14], 84, 83 - 106, 109 - 295, [1], 301, [1], 292, first and final blanks missing, some misnumbering of pages but collated and text complete, bound in full speckled calf, triple gilt ruled border to covers, small gilt ornament to corners, rebacked with original backstrip laid on, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new leather showing on hinges and at head and tail of spine, all edges red, elaborate gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers. Board corners just slightly worn, slight darkening to lower board next to spine, small horizontal crack to surface leather at foot of spine, neat repair to inner paper hinges, small armorial bookplate on front pastedown of John Fowler of Braemore, A2 (the first leaf of the double page title) has been laid on paper to strengthen edges and inserted incorrectly so that it faces the endpaper rather than the second leaf of the title, A2 very slightly dusty in the margins, many upper margins trimmed, no loss of printed area, 2 incorrect 1 word running titles crossed through, neat old paper repair to lower blank corner of Ee4, small chip to fore - edge margin on Rrr3. A very good tight clean copy of a scarce interesting book of travels in Elizabethan times plus a first - hand account of the Irish Rebellion of the Earl of Tyrone (1594 - 1603). Fynes Moryson (1566?1630), traveller and writer, was the son of a Lincolnshire gentleman, Thomas Moryson, member of parliament for Grimsby. After being educated at Cambridge, where he gained a fellowship at Peterhouse, Moryson spent many years in travel on the continent of Europe, and in Palestine, Syria and Turkey (1591 - 1597). In 1598 he embarked on travels through England and Scotland. In 1600 he became secretary to Sir Charles Blount, lord - deputy of Ireland. In this role he helped to suppress Tyrone's rebellion, an account of which and of his experiences in Ireland is given in Part II of his Itinerary. Part I is a detailed journal of his travels in Europe and the Middle East including Jerusalem and Constantinople. Part III is a series of essays on the value and difficulty of foreign travel, hints for the traveller, on geography, and the characteristics of the different nations ."Moryson is a sober and truthful writer... He delights in statistics respecting the mileage of his daily journeys and the varieties in the values of the coins he encountered. His descriptions of the inns in which he lodged, of the costume and the food of the countries visited, render his work invaluable to the social historian". (DNB). See also Howegego, Encyclopedia of Exploration to 1800, page 734, M173. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A common apologie of the Church of England against the vniust challenges of the ouer-iust sect, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the grounds and defences, of the separation are largely discussed: occasioned, by a late pamphlet ... (Truncated)

      William Stansby for Henry Fetherstone, 1617, Full-Leather, Book Condition: GoodFull Book Title: A common apologie of the Church of England against the vniust challenges of the ouer-iust sect, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the grounds and defences, of the separation are largely discussed: occasioned, by a late pamphlet published under the Name.Full title: 'A common apologie of the Church of England against the uniust challenges of the ouer-iust sect, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the grounds and defences, of the separation are largely discussed: occasioned, by a late pamphlet published under the name, of an answer to a censorious epistle, which the reader shall finde prefixed to the severall sections.' Rare book, rebound in simple, plain (no title), dark leather boards. Stamped 'Library of Hannibal Hamlin,' Abraham Lincoln's Vice President. Underlining and margin notes possibly in his hand (appears so). Pages have original Stansby watermark. Leather boards have edge wear, scratches, scuffs, rubbed corners/spine, slightly chipped. Pages have water stains in margins, dirt smudges, some age browning and age spots, some foxing and bent page corners, a couple pages creased. Dirt on edge. Quantity Available: 1. Category: ABE; Leather-Bound; Inventory No: 010875.

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        AN ITINERARY WRITTEN BY FYNES MORYSON GENT FIRST IN THE LATINE TONGUE, AND THEN TRANSLATED BY HIM INTO ENGLISH;

      London, John Beale, 1617.. CONTAINING HIS TEN YEERES TRAVELL THROUGH THE TWELVE DOMINIONS OF GERMANY, BOHMERLAND, SWEITZERLAND, NETHERLAND, DENMARKE, POLAND, ITALY, TURKY, FRANCE, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND. Divided into III Parts: The I Part containeth a journall through all the said twelve dominions: shewing particularly the number of miles, the soyle of the country, the situation of cities, the descriptions of them with all monuments in each place worth the seeing, as also the rates of hiring coaches or horses from place to place, with each daies expences for diet, horsemeat, and the like. The II Part containeth the rebellion of Hugh Earle of Tyrone and the appeasing thereof: written also in forme of a journall. The III Part containeth a discourse upon severall heads, through all the said severall dominions. FIRST EDITION, folio in sixes, 300 x 200 mm, 12 x 8 inches, 7 near half page woodcut maps in the text (Venice, Naples, Rome, Genoa, Paris, Jerusalem - plan of church of Holy Sepulchre, Constantinople), a larger map of Turkey, 1 full page comparative table of English and Scottish weights and monies, head- and tailpieces and large historiated initials, pages: [14], 84, 83-106, 109-295, [1], 301, [1], 292, first and final blanks missing, some misnumbering of pages but collated and text complete, bound in full speckled calf, triple gilt ruled border to covers, small gilt ornament to corners, rebacked with original backstrip laid on, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new leather showing on hinges and at head and tail of spine, all edges red, elaborate gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers. Board corners just slightly worn, slight darkening to lower board next to spine, small horizontal crack to surface leather at foot of spine, neat repair to inner paper hinges, small armorial bookplate on front pastedown of John Fowler of Braemore, A2 (the first leaf of the double page title) has been laid on paper to strengthen edges and inserted incorrectly so that it faces the endpaper rather than the second leaf of the title, A2 very slightly dusty in the margins, many upper margins trimmed, no loss of printed area, 2 incorrect 1 word running titles crossed through, neat old paper repair to lower blank corner of Ee4, small chip to fore-edge margin on Rrr3. A very good tight clean copy of a scarce interesting book of travels in Elizabethan times plus a first-hand account of the Irish Rebellion of the Earl of Tyrone (1594-1603). Fynes Moryson (1566?-1630), traveller and writer, was the son of a Lincolnshire gentleman, Thomas Moryson, member of parliament for Grimsby. After being educated at Cambridge, where he gained a fellowship at Peterhouse, Moryson spent many years in travel on the continent of Europe, and in Palestine, Syria and Turkey (1591-1597). In 1598 he embarked on travels through England and Scotland. In 1600 he became secretary to Sir Charles Blount, lord-deputy of Ireland. In this role he helped to suppress Tyrone's rebellion, an account of which and of his experiences in Ireland is given in Part II of his Itinerary. Part I is a detailed journal of his travels in Europe and the Middle East including Jerusalem and Constantinople. Part III is a series of essays on the value and difficulty of foreign travel, hints for the traveller, on geography, and the characteristics of the different nations ."Moryson is a sober and truthful writer... He delights in statistics respecting the mileage of his daily journeys and the varieties in the values of the coins he encountered. His descriptions of the inns in which he lodged, of the costume and the food of the countries visited, render his work invaluable to the social historian". (DNB). See also Howegego, Encyclopedia of Exploration to 1800, page 734, M173. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Erathosthenes Batavus. De Terrae ambitus vera quantitate.

      Leiden, Iodocus à Colster, 1617. 4to. Completely uncut, in the original interim boards, rebacked in matching paper and with leather cords. A bit of soiling to especially front board. Internally a nice, clean, fresh, and unrestored copy. (12), 263, (1) pp. Illustrated.. Very rare first edition of Snell's seminal magnum opus, in which he founded the modern systematic use of triangulation, thus also founding the modern art of map-making. It is due to his development of triangulation presented in the present work - a method that was used for accurate large-scale land surveying until the rise of global navigation satellite systems in the 1980'ies - that Snell may rightfully be called the father of triangulation. (D.S.B.). Despite Cassini's tables for accurately predicting the motions of Jupiter's moons, which allowed very accurate time measurements to be made, the riddle of longitude still needed another vital piece of information. The size and form of the earth were still uncertain: only one scientific experiment had been conducted to measure its circumference, by Willebrord Snell (1580-1626), in the early years of the seventeenth century.Snellius, as he is better known, was the son of a wealthy professor of mathematics at the University of Leiden in Holland, where young Snell himself studied law. But it was mathematics that intrigued him, and through his studies, he made considerable contributions to science. He is probably best remembered for the optical law of incidence and refraction named for him [which remained unpublished]. However, the most important of his works published in his lifetime was Eratosthenes Batavus, and it revolutionized the science of earth measuring. In 1615, emulating the principles of Eratosthenes 1,900 years before, Snellius had measured the length of a meridian arc by using a chain of thirty-three triangles, observed from the tops of churches, across the fields and hedgerows of the flat Dutch landscape. He had then measured the latitude at the north and south end of his chain of triangles. By calculation, assuming the earth perfectly spherical (as did all philosophers in those days), Snellius worked out a diameter for the earth that was just 3.4 percent smaller than modern values. Although not the first to use triangulation (that claim rightly belongs to Gemma Frisius 60 years earlier), Snell explicated the idea of measuring long distances over the ground by measuring the angles in a chain of triangles rather than by measuring the distance with a surveyor's chain. The method was also far more accurate and significantly speedier than physically measuring directly across the land. Snell's experiments, founded and aided by his patron, Baron Sterrenberg, demonstrated the accuracy of the method and proved conclusively that a framework of stations so developed could be used to control a mapping project. (Edwin Danson, Weighing the World: The Quest to Measure the Earth, pp. 21-22). In 1615, Snell became deeply involved in the determination of the length of the meridian. For his purpose, he selected the method of triangulation that had been used suggested by Gemma Frisius ab. half a century earlier, but Snell developed the method to such an extend that it was able to - for the first time in history - fairly accurately measuring the size of the earth. Snel developed it [i.e. triangulation] to such an extent that he may rightfully be called the father of triangulation (DSB). Starting with his own house, he used the spires of town churches as points of reference and thus, through a net of 33 triangles, computed the distance from Alkmaar to Bergen-op-Zoom (ab. 110 kilometers). The two towns were separated by one degree on the meridian, so from his measurement he was able to calculate a value for the circumference of the earth. His groundbreaking measurements and method were published for the first time in his seminal ''Eratosthenes Batavus (i.e. The Dutch Eratosthenes) in 1617. Snell calculated how the planar formulae could be corrected to allow for the curvature of the earth. He also showed how to resection, or calculate, the position of a point inside a triangle using the angles cast between the vertices at the unknown point. These could be measured much more accurately than bearings of the vertices, which depended on a compass. This established the key idea of surveying a large-scale primary network of control points first, and then locating secondary subsidiary points later, within that primary network.Apart from having discovered what is now know as Snell's law, Snell had also developed the method of determining distances by trigonometric triangulation and thus founded the modern art of mapmaking. (Asimov:79a)

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        De judice controversiarum fidei et religionis christianae ad libellum Martini Becani responsio.

      Wittenberg, Georg Kelner, 1617. Format: 8°.. [16], 707, [43] S.. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel und großer Holzschnitt-Vignette am Schluss.. Pergament der Zeit unter Verwendung eines rubrizierten Handschriftenblattes des 16. Jahrhunderts gering beschabt, kleine Fehlstellen, bestoßen.. Erste Ausgabe. Seltene Reformationsschrift, nicht im VD17 verzeichnet!*** Erste Ausgabe der Streitschrift als Antwort auf die Thesen des Reformators Martin Bucer (1491-1551) "Cum appendice praecipuorum argumentorum: Quod Supremus & infallibilis controversiarum fidei Judex sit Sola Scriptura Sacra; & non Romanus Pontifex" - nachdem die wahre Autorität des Christentums nicht das römisch-katholische Papsttum, sondern einzig die Heilige Schrift sei. Dieses Dictum rührt ganz nahe an die Thesen Martin Luthers. Helwig Garth war evangelischer Pfarrer (1579-1619) und schrieb auch unter seinen latinisierten Namensformen "Helvicus Garth", "Heluicus Garthe", "ein Doctor Theologiae, und Superintendent in Freyberg, gebohren in Hessen 1579, 18 Dec. Hat zu Marpurg und Straßburg studirt, zu Tübingen in Doctorem promoviret, und ist endlich in der deutschen Kirche zu Prag zu St. Salvator Prediger und Assessor des Consistorii worden, auch daselbst 1619, 5 Dec. Gestorben, nachdem er ein Lexicon latino-germano-graecum; de invocatione Sanctorum; de judice controversiarum geschrieben" (Jöcher). Durchgehend etwas stärker, aber meist gleichmäßig gebräunt, kaum Papierläsuren, insgesamt schönes, vollständiges Exemplar dieses höchst seltenen Titels in einem interessanten Manuskript-Einband mit roten, blau gefüllten Initialen und Rubrikation, wohl mit Auszügen aus dem Psalter einer spätmittelalterlichen Handschrift in einer gleichmäßigen, schönen Gotica-Textura. Jöcher II, 868. Nicht im VD17.

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        A common apologie of the Church of England against the vniust challenges of the ouer-iust sect, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the grounds and defences, of the separation are largely discussed: occasioned, by a late pamphlet published under the Name.

      William Stansby for Henry Fetherstone, London 1617 - Full title: 'A common apologie of the Church of England against the uniust challenges of the ouer-iust sect, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the grounds and defences, of the separation are largely discussed: occasioned, by a late pamphlet published under the name, of an answer to a censorious epistle, which the reader shall finde prefixed to the severall sections.' Rare book, rebound in simple, plain (no title), dark leather boards. Stamped 'Library of Hannibal Hamlin,' Abraham Lincoln's Vice President. Underlining and margin notes possibly in his hand (appears so). Pages have original Stansby watermark. Leather boards have edge wear, scratches, scuffs, rubbed corners/spine, slightly chipped. Pages have water stains in margins, dirt smudges, some age browning and age spots, some foxing and bent page corners, a couple pages creased. Dirt on edge. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Magdeleine

      Tournai: 1617. 8vo (150 x 98 mm). Engraved title, 746, [5] pp., [1] blank leaf. 2 engraved plates. Shoulder notes. Woodcut and typographic head- and tail-piece ornaments. Rust-stain in quire D, small stain or adhesion on fol. Tt3v affecting a couple of words, soiling to a page or two, else very good. 18th-century French calf, sides with single blind rule border, spine gold-tooled with red morocco gilt lettering-piece, edges red-stained (a few ink stains to covers, minor wear). Provenance: Paris, Capuchins(?), early inscription at head of engraved title (cropped); Albin Ser[ai?]n - long signed note on front flyleaf, signature partially deleted.*** Only edition of a stupefyingly long poem on Mary Magdalene by an otherwise unknown Capucin friar and poetaster. The history of the work is provided in a preface to the reader by Marie de Longueval, a noblewoman and friend of the scribbling friar, who was probably her confessor. Mme. de Longueval had requested of Father Rémi a few verses on la Madeleine for her own diversion, and after a couple of initial sonnets in the light vein that she expected, the sonnets kept coming, and coming, and an epic work took shape, eventually reaching 20 books, of non-stop alexandrines. At Mme. de Longueval?'s request Rémi gave her his manuscripts. Originally written only for her, and for a small circle of friends, the work was too great, in her view, to keep from the public, and she feared that the manuscript could be lost or damaged, sitting in her cabinet ?"among her rings,?" so she persuaded the friar to let her publish it. The same circle of friends, no doubt, contributed laudatory verses, praising the monster as a masterpiece. Though inspired stylistically by Ronsard and the poets of the Pléiade, Rémi de Beauvais lacked their genius. A German scholar, Paul Dittmer, who analyzed this obscure work (the subject of his doctoral thesis) in an even more obscure publication, describes Rémi?'s endless, obsessive detours into dusty by-ways of erudition, his helpless use of onomatopoeias to fill out his lines, and his waves of empty words, which finally suffocate his readers and turn his sincere attempts at reverence into silly parodies. Not surprisingly, in spite of the colorful promise of its subject, the medieval Magdalene legend being filled with lonely sea-voyages, mass conversions, years in a cave in the south of France, and flying angels, Remi?'s oeuvre was soon forgotten. Luckily, it is illustrated. Most fetching is the engraving, signed by Martin Baes or Bass (cf. Thieme-Becker 2:348), of the Cappadocia-like mountains of the Sainte-Baume with the Saint?'s grotto, her soul being carried aloft by a pair of angels. The title appears also to be by Baes. The other plate, showing the penitent Magdalene, is unsigned. There appear to be different states of the edition: the Harvard copy has an errata leaf at the end, apparently not present in most copies, and the number of engravings seem to vary, with some copies having only one plate (Harvard) plus the title or no plates (Huntington), others with 3 plates (Mazarine, which also has a copy with 9 plates, described as by Jacques Grandhomme). Gay-Lemonnyer II:960. Cf. Paul Dittmer, ?"La Magdeleine: eine Magdalenenlegende aus dem anfange des 17. jahrhunderts,?" Siebzehnter Jahresbericht über die Städtische Realschule zu Magdeburg (Magdeburg 1907),1-10.

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        M. M. Tulli Ciceronis Opera omnia quae existant ex fola fere codd mss. Fide emendata studio ato industria Jani Guglielmii Jani Gruteri additis notis & indd, accura tiff : confectis

      First edition. Frontispiece and title vignette of the printer to the other three title pages. Printing 2 columns with linear numbering. We did not find this edition in French catalogs, nor English. A copy of the Palatine Library in Germany. 'Although it is poorly printed and on bad paper, this issue deserves to be mentioned as one of our main author. She served as the basis for almost all those who have appeared in the seventeenth century and the beginning of the eighteenth century. This is also the first in which the text of Cicero is divided into chapters. ' Brunet II, 8. Vellum Full time, back with nerves. Great central medallions on the dishes. Traces of laces. The first volume has no back and the second has lost its two lower chambers. Scattered spots. This edition of Froben gathers texts of a given in France by Jean Guillaume edition, here it is annotated and commented by John Gruter. Froben comes from a famous dynasty of printers whose most famous member was Johannes Froben (1460-1527) who worked early with Erasmus and Holbein, it was established in Basel. Jan Gruter (1560-1627) was born in Antwerp, he was a philologist and professor of history and librarian at the University of Wittenberg. He was regarded as a tireless worker and his works were popular throughout Europe. Library bookplate teachers St Stanislas Mons. ex bibliopolio Frobeniano Hamburgi (Hambourg) 1617 in Folio (40,5x26cm) (20) 255pp., 590pp., 417pp., 461pp. 4 tomes en 2 Vol. relié

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        "Znaymum vulgo Znaym, Moraviae Civitas Primaria". Kolorierter Orig.-Kupferstich aus Georg Braun und Franz Hogenberg "Theatri praecipuarum totius mundi liber sextus" nach einer Vorlage von G. Houfnagel.

      Köln, 1617 und 1618 resp. Amsterdam 1657.. 31 x 50 cm. Verso mit Text. Tadellos, unter Passepartout. Latein. Ausgabe aus dem 6. Buch. - Bachmann 2391; Fauser 15,934; Nebehay-W. 108,VI,28. Die Ansicht stammt aus dem ersten großen topographischen Kupferstichwerk der Renaissancezeit. Nach Sebastian Münsters "Cosmographia", dem geogr.-topographischen Werk mit ausführlicher Landesbeschreibung, erschien 1572 der 1. Band des insgesamt 6 Bände umfassenden Städtebuch des gelehrten Theologen Georg Braun und des Kupferstechers Franz Hogenberg. Gegenüber Münster tritt hier der Text zurück und das Bild deutlich in den Vordergrund. Für dieses Werk hatten einige Künstler, vor allem der ausgezeichnete Georg Houfnagel und sein Sohn Jacob weite Reisen unternommen und wirklich authentische Ansichten vorgelegt.

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        Title in Greek] id est, ductor in linguas, the guide into the tongues with their agreement and consent with one another, as also their etymologies, the resons or derivations of all or the most part of wordes, in these eleven languages, viz. 1. English. 2. British or Welsh. 3. Low Dutch. 4. High Dutch. 5. French. 6. Italian. 7. Spanish. 8. Portuguese. 9. Latine. 10. Greeke. 11. Hebrew, &c. which are so laid together (for the help of memory) that any one with ease and facility, may not only remember 4. 5. or more of these languages so laid together, but also their etymologies

      Joannem Browne, London 1617 - First edition, folio, [16], 543, [1], [187]; title within woodcut border, text in double and quadruple column; handsome 18th century full reversed calf with a nice, large blindstamped central panel; maroon morocco label on spine; a very good, sound copy, with an early ownership signture on the title page of "Thos. Hooper," and later from the library of Lord Malmesbury with his note of acquisition on the front free endpaper dated 1796, and likely bound for him; he may have been the one to decide to remove the Spanish dictionary which was issued at the end of this work (old STC 17949; and subsequently deleted from the new STC as a separate work). Twentieth-century bookplate of the Johnsonian, Lindsay Fleming.The preferred first edition, which included two languages, Welsh and Portuguese, dropped from all later editions. "This great lexicon is of great value as a dictionary of Elizabethan English; it is also in all probability the first English book printed by subscription" (DNB). The separately-issued subscriber's list is not present with this copy, as usual, but a photocopy is laid in. Vancil, p. 165; Alston II, 103; STC 17944. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        "[Title in Greek] id est, ductor in linguas, the guide into the tongues … with their agreement and consent with one another, as also their etymologies, the resons or derivations of all or the most part of wordes, in these eleven languages, viz. 1. English. 2. British or Welsh. 3. Low Dutch. 4. High Dutch. 5. French. 6. Italian. 7. Spanish. 8. Portuguese. 9. Latine. 10. Greeke. 11. Hebrew, &c. which are so laid together (for the help of memory) that any one with ease and facility, may not only remember 4. 5. or more of these languages so laid together, but also their etymologies…"

      London: Joannem Browne. 1617. "First edition, folio, [16], 543, [1], [187]; title within woodcut border, text in double and quadruple column; handsome 18th century full reversed calf with a nice, large blindstamped central panel; maroon morocco label on spine; a very good, sound copy, with an early ownership signture on the title page of ""Thos. Hooper,"" and later from the library of Lord Malmesbury with his note of acquisition on the front free endpaper dated 1796, and likely bound for him; he may have been the one to decide to remove the Spanish dictionary which was issued at the end of this work (old STC 17949; and subsequently deleted from the new STC as a separate work). Twentieth-century bookplate of the Johnsonian, Lindsay Fleming. The preferred first edition, which included two languages, Welsh and Portuguese, dropped from all later editions. ""This great lexicon is of great value as a dictionary of Elizabethan English; it is also in all probability the first English book printed by subscription"" (DNB). The separately-issued subscriber's list is not present with this copy, as usual, but a photocopy is laid in. Vancil, p. 165; Alston II, 103; STC 17944."

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        "The guide into the tongues. With their agreement and consent one with another, as also their etymologies, that is, the reasons and derivations of all or the most part of words, in these eleven languages, viz. 1. English. 2. British or Welsh. 3. Low Dutch. 4. High Dutch. 5. French. 6. Italian. 7. Spanish. 8. Portuguez. 9. Latine. 10. Greeke. 11. Hebrew, etc. which are laid together (for the help of memory) that any one of these languages so laid together, but also by their etymologies under the name known by nature, propertie, condition, effect, manner, forme, fashion or end of things thereunder contayned, differing from all other dictionaries ever heretofore set forth... ."

      London: John Browne. 1617. "First edition of the first book printed by subscription, large folio, pp. [16], [1]-[544], [188]; full contemporary calf, gilt arms of Charles the I central on the covers, rebacked in sturdy brown morocco gilt; covers rubbed and worn, text occasionally browned and spotted, paper occasionally limp, with a few natural paper flaws; generally a good, sound copy of the preferred first edition (which included two languages, Welsh and Portuguese, dropped from later editions), without the rare subscriber's list, issued separately. A prospectus preceded the publication of the dictionary, and is known by a single copy only (at the Bodleian Library). With Minsheu we have arrived at what has usually been regarded as the true beginning of subscription publication, and the first book prospectus. Minsheu's Guide was published in 1617, with a printed list of subscribers which was eventually to reach a total of 471 persons and institutions. Its issue preceded that of the book, and thus The Guide is the first book published by subscription after the issue of a prospectus (see Feather, English Book Prospectuses: An Illustrated History, Newton & Minneapolis, 1984, pp. 26-27). Minsheu's earlier works on the Spanish language had secured for him a reputation as a lexicographer, if not an income; this great lexicon stands alone as a guide to Elizabethan English, still useful today. Appended to the work, as issued, is Minsheu's A Most Copious Spanish Dictionarie with Latine and English, London, 1617. STC 17944; Alston II, 103; Lowndes II, p. 1569-70 ""a very important work, and has furnished great assistance to subsequent lexicographers""; Graesse IV, p. 533; Ebert 14099."

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        Instrvcción política, y práctica ivdicial, conforme al estilo de los consejos, audiencias, y tribunales de corte, y otros ordinarios del reyno. utilissima para los Governadores, y Corregidores y otros Jueces Ordinarios, y de comission, y para los Abogados, Escrivanos, Procuradores, y Litigantes.

      Iuan de la Cuesta, Madrid 1617 - Materia: Importante y apreciada obra de derecho administrativo, civil y criminal que fue publicada por primera vez en 1612 siendo obra de referencia en el siglo XVII. Publicación: Madrid, Iuan de la Cuesta, 1617. Descripción: 4º. 298 h., 30 h. Portada con escudo facsimilada. Texto a dos columnas con apostillas marginales. Capitulares y grabados en madera. Encuadernación en pergamino de época con título manuscrito en lomo. Folio. 290 x 210 mm. Estado de conservación: Texto en muy buen estado. Obra limpia y cuidada. Portada en facsimil y reparaciones e integraciones marginales realizadas por expertos restauradores utilizando material de época. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        M. VALERII MARTIALIS EPIGRAMMATUM LIBRI XV. Cum variorum Doctorum Virorum Commentariis, Notis, Observationibus, Emendationibus & Paraphrasibus, unum in corpus magno studio coniectis. Cum Indice omnium Verborum Iosephi Langii Caesari - mont. & alijs indicibus locupletissimis. Lutetiae Parisiorum, Apud Michaelem Sonnium, Via Iacobaea, sub scuto Basiliensi, 1617.

      Testo latino, su due colonne. Opera dedicata a Giovanni Francesco Ludovico Calderini. Cm.34,7x22,6. Pg.(12), 648. Con numerazione propria seguono: "In Laurentii Ramiresii ad M.Valerium Martialem Hypomneromata. Commonitoria, quae et plurimis Poetae locis obscuris lucem dant, & Ramiresij errorum everricula sunt" (pg.44); "Desideri Heraldi Animadversiones ad Lib. I Epigrammatum M. Valerii Martialis" (pg.82 + una carta bianca); "Index omnium vocabulorum quae in omnibus M. Val. Martialis Poematum Libri reperiuntur, una cum Rerum, Epithetorum ac phrasium singularium annotatione: tam ad linguae Latinae, quàm ad poeseos rectum usum concinnatus ac editus a Iosepho Langio Caesare Montano" (pg.124). Legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle. Vignetta calcografica al frontespizio, raffigurante un serpente che emerge dalle fiamme e si protende verso una mano divina. Alla pg.59 medaglione inciso in rame raffigurante Venere e Cupido. Due piccoli restauri cartacei al frontespizio, a mendare abrasioni create da assorbimento di inchiostro. Alone alle prime 11 carte, per il resto eccellenti condizioni di conservazione. Ex libris al foglio di guardia. Bella e rara edizione seicentesca comprendente tutti gli "Epigrammi" di Marziale, con ricchissimo apparato di note e glosse.

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        F. Ioannis Duns Scoti Ordinis Minorum, Sacrae Theologiae Doctoris Subtilissimi, et omnium scholasticorum acutissimi perutiles quastiones. In librum quartum sententiarum, & quodlibertales, cum collationibus, atque resolutionibus fidelissime recognitae, expurgatae, adnotationibus exornatae, ac pristino candori restitutae A.R. P. F. Paulino Berti Lucense.

      S.t., Venetis. 1617 - In 16°, p. perg. , cc.nn. 8 + pp. 1244 + 247 di "Resolutiones quaestionum.". Carta e stampa fresche. Front. con stemma vescovile. Caprilettera. Carta e stampa fresche. Carta fine. Mende alla cop. Appunti manoscritti sul front. Rarissimo.

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        LE POESIE SPIRITUALI DEL B. IACOPONE DA TODI FRATE MINORE. Accresciute di molti altri suoi Cantici novamente ritrovati, che non erano venuti in luce; & distinti in VII. Libri, che sono; Satire, Cantici morali, Ode, Inni penitentiali, Teorica del divino amore, Cantici amatorij, et per ultimo i suoi secreti Spirituali. Con le scolie, et annotationi di Francesco Tresatti da Lugnano.

      Appresso Niccolò Misserini 1617 "Di cui le fatiche, & diligenze usate in restituire al Mondo così antico, dotto & Santo Poeta, nella seguente carta saranno descritte". "Ma chi vorrà informarsi del utile, che dallo studio di questo Autore potrà ogni sorte di stato ricevere, pongasi riposatamente à legger de' Cantici ad un ad uno almeno i semplici Argumenti, che sono brevissimi, e compendiosi". Cm.22,6x15,3. Pg.(20, 1055, (9). Legatura ottocentesca in mz.pelle con piatti marmorizzati. Titoli e fregi in oro al dorso a quattro nervature. Marca tipografica al frontespizio, raffigurante una pianta di vite con il motto "Vinea mea electa ego te plantavi". Cartigli e capilettera incisi. Due belle incisioni a piena pagina raffiguranti l'Albero delle Gerarchie celesti e l'Albero delle Virtù. Saldo esemplare.

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        Histoire de l'expedition Chrestienne au royaume de la Chine entreprinse par les peres de la Compagnie de Iesus

      Pierre de Rache, Lille 1617 - (7 5/8 x 5 3/4 inches). Title printed in red and black. [12], 559, [5]pp. Contemporary vellum, spine titled in manuscript, expertly recased (small repair at head of spine) Provenance: Franciscan Monastery at Weert (small inked stamp on title) Second edition in French of the most important work on China published in the first half of the 17th century. "In 1615, the French Jesuit missionary Nicolas Trigault published De Christiana Expeditione apud Sinas Suscepta ab Societae Jesu . based on the reports and papers of Mateo Ricci, the Italian who carried the Jesuit mission in China beyond the Portuguese trading colony at Macau to the mainland. Ricci lived and worked in Canton and Nanjing, among other places, and died in Beijing in 1610. This chronicle about the Western mission in China from 1583-1611 also provided a systematic portrait of contemporary Chinese society as perceived by Ricci, who was fluent in Chinese and exhibited both a sympathetic interest in Chinese culture and an erudite perspective on the Jesuits' accomplishments. De Christiana Expeditione was among the most important and widely read books on China published during the seventeenth century. French, German, Spanish and Italian translations quickly appeared, but not English" ( China on Paper , p. 10). The first French edition was published in Lyon in 1616, translated by D. F. de Riquebourg-Trigault (a nephew of Nicholas Trigault) with the present second edition following. All early editions are rare. The work "became the most influential description of China to appear during the first half of the seventeenth century . [and] provided European readers with more, better organized, and more accurate information about China than was ever before available" (Lach and Van Kley). Cordier Sinica 809-810; Sommervogel, VIII, 240; Streit V:717; Lach and Van Kley, Asia in the Making of Europe, vol. III, pp. 512-513. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le poesie spirituali del B. Iacopone da Todi [...] Accresciute di molti altri suoi Cantici novamente ritrovati, che non erano venuti in luce , & distinti in VII. libri, che sono; La Satire / I Cantici morali / Le Ode / Gli Teorica del divino amore / I Cantici amatorij / Et per ultino i suoi secreti Spirituali. Con le scolie, et annotationi de Fra Francesco Tresatti da Lugnano [...]

      Venice, Nicolo Misserini, 1617.. 4to. (10) leaves, 1055 p., (4) leaves, 4 full-page engravings (206, 240, 588, 658). Title-page with two very old stamps and one from the 20th century. Light marginal waterstaining to the first quarter of the book. 18th century Italian half calf, spine richly gilt.Rare like all early editions of Jacopone.This is the the third type of early Jacopone editions; the first beeing the Bonaccorsi edition published Florence 1490 - from which the 1588 and 1615 are derived-, the second the 1495 Brescia edition - from which the editions of 1514 and 1556 are derived. The editor of our edition, Francesco Tresatti, has added his own copiously commentaries to each poem, and has enlarged the corpus of the Laude to 211, thus publishing more then 120 poems not of Jacopone's origin but belonging to what is called the Jacoponian school - most of these poems printed here for the first time. For Jacopone and his followers in style and thought and thus for our edition see Rosanna Bettarini, Jacopone e il laudario urbinate, Florence 1969..

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        De Dis Syris Syntagmata II. Aduersaria nempe de Numinibus commentitiis in Vetere Instrumento memoratis. accedunt quae sunt reliqua Syrorum. Prisca porro Arabum, Aegyptiorum, Persarum, Afrorum, Europaeorum item Theologia subinde illustratur. S.T.C. 22167

      London: Bibliopolarum corpori excudebat Guilielmus Stansbeius, 1617. Early blind panelled calf, rebacked, a bit strained, the margins cut close (no text affected), minor staining to the last leaves; a good crisp copy First edition of the work on ancient religions which "quickly became celebrated outside England", established Selden's reputation for learning in Europe, and "remains a remarkable achievement, even when viewed through the lens of modern scholarship

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        Opera. Ex postrema recognitione Joannis Wowerii (.) Geverhartus Elmenhorstius edidit, ex vet. cod. textum emendavit, & indicem copiosum adiecit.

      Hanoviae, typis Wechelianis apud haeredes Joan. Aubrii, 1617. - (56)+501+(18) pp. With wood-engr. printer's mark on title. Index. Hardcover. Contemp. full vellum with yapp edges, gilt lettered title label on spine. VG. (Old label on foot of spine; sl. worm-holed in lower margin). * Provenance: Joh. Hildebr. Withofii, with fine inscription on verso of front endpaper, dated 1723, and Bibliotheek van de Doopsgezinde Gemeente Amsterdam, with printed label on pastedown & stamp on title. - Gaius Sollius (Modestus) Apollinaris Sidonius or Saint Sidonius Apollinaris (Lyon, c. 431 - Clermont-Ferrand, 489) was a late Roman poet and politician. He was the son of Emperor Avitus. Around 470 he was bishop of Clermont-Ferrand in Roman Gaul. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Déclaration du Roy, contre Monsieur le Duc de Nevers, & tous ceux qui l'assistent. Vérifiée en Parlement le dixseptiesme Ianvier mil six cens dixsept.

      Paris, Fédéric Morel, & P. Mettayer, 1617, - in-8, 24 pp., dérelié.Le duc de Nevers, Charles Ier de Gonzague, avait pris fait et cause pour Condé après son arrestation de septembre 1616, et il utilisait ses terres du Rethelois pour susciter des troubles contre l'autorité royale. Absent de Welsh comme de SHF.

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        Gesamtansicht von Reutlingen, Heilbronn und Mülhausen (Mulhouse) im Elsaß ('Hailbrunna - Mulhusium - Reutlinga').

      . kolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1617, 31,5 x 47,5. Schefold, Alte Ansichten aus Württemberg, Nr. 6453. - Zeigt drei Ansichten auf 1 Blatt. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        A Key of Knowledge for the opening of the secret mysteries of St. Johns mysticall revelation.

      London, Felix Kyngston 1617. (engraved titlepage, 58) 351 p. Contemporary Leather, 4° (with a new spine underneath the old one. John Bernard 1568-1641 was a Puritan pastor and writer who produced mostly practical works. His most influential work was The Faithfull Shepheard and his practice (1607 and 1621), a handbook for ministers. He also produced several catechisms and a commentary on Revelation. His most popular work The Isle of Man (1627) reached its sixteenth edition in 1683 and was reprinted in the 19th Century. His Faithfull Shepheard rivalled Baxter's Reformed Pastor and his Isle of Man may have inspired Bunyan's Holy War. Bernard also wrote against separatism on one hand and prelatic imposition of ceremonies and popery on the other.).

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        M. AccI Plauti comici, Fabul? superstites XX : Ex recensione dousica, recens magno studio, et quanta fieri potuit, accurata diligentia edit?. Cum gratia & privilegio sacra cesarea maiest. ad decennium

      Francofurti : Apud Nicolaum Hoffmannum, impensis Petri Kopffij., M.DC.XVII, 1617, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formFinely and period-sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Creasing to the title page edges with minor loss (text unaffected); margins browned throughout with pen annotation to the terminal leaves. Remains a good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 804 pages; Physical description [16], 804, [8] p. ; 12°. Notes Signatures: A-Z¹², a-l¹² m6.Woodcut device (with motto: 'In deo Laetandum') on title page. With printed marginalia. Includes index on final [8] pages. Subject; Latin drama (Comedy) - Early works to 1800. Other names; Hoffmann, Nikolaus, active 1603-1619, [printer.] Language; Latin.

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        Testamenti Veteris Biblia Sacra, sive Libri Canonici priscae Judaeorum ecclesiae a Deo traditi, Latini recens ex Hebraeo facti, brevilbusq,Scholiis illustrati ab Immanuele Tremmellio, & Francisco Junio. Accesserunt libri qui vulgo dicuntur Apocryphi, Latine redditi, & Notis quibusdam aucti a Francisco Junio. Multo omnes quam ante emendatius editi & aucti locis innumeris: quibus etiam adjunximus Novi Testamenti libros ex sermone Syro ab eodem Tremellio, & ex Graeco a Theodoro Beza in Latinum versos, Notisque itidem illustratos. Quarta cura Francisci Junii ante obitum. Cum Indice ad Notas V.T. triplice, Hebraeo, Graeco & Latino.

      Genevae, Matthaei Berjon 1617. (12) 177 p., (3) 292, 74 folia., (4) 448 (15) p. Contemporary Leather with ribbed back, Folio (the binding is bit worn and has been repaired at some places, Latin Bible -both the Old and New Testament- , with marginal comments/translations from Franciscus Junius, Immanuel Tremellius and Theodorus Beza).

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        Querele Patriae: Dat is, Klachte des Vaderlants. Over de teghenwoordighe swaricheden, door ettelijcke, ende etterlijcke Nieus ghesinde Leeraers, enden Lande van Hollandt verweckt. Claeghs-wijse ghestelt. Door Alexius Philopator (=Ewout Teellinck). Den vierden Druck. WITH: Querela Ecclesiae, Oft Klachte der Kercke aende Overheden des Landts, ende Dienaren des Goddelijcken Woordts, over hare teghenwoordighe swaricheden. Door Ireneus Philatetius (= Ewout Teellinck). Den sesten Druck. WITH: Noodtwendigh ende Levendigh Discours, Van eenige getrouwe Patriotten ende Liefhebberen onses Vaderlandts, over onsen droevigen ende periculeusen Staet. Waer inne oprechtelijck ende levendigh vertoont wordt in wat perijckel ende ghevaer wy gheraect zijn, ende waer henen dese verwarringhen tenderen. Met de nodighe middelen om die te remedieren. In 't Licht ghebracht, Om tegen die veleyne boecxkens, Weegh-schael, Reuck-appel, Vraegh-al, &c. gelesen te worden. Door François van Aerssen. WITH: Idem, Desen lesten Druck is van veel Druck-fauten ghesuyvert, ende oock met inghevoeghde reghelen ende woorden vermeerdert. WITH: Practiicke van den Spaenschen Raet, Dat is: Clare vertooninghe dat den Raedt door I. Lipsius, Er. Puteanus, ende Fr. Campanellas, ghegeven, om de vereenighde Nederlanden wederom te brengen onder 't gebiet van de Coning van Spangjen, in alle hare deelen ofte alreede in't werck gestelt is, ofte noch daghelijcks in't werck gesteldt wordt. Waer inne verscheyden swaricheden onder dese Kerckelijcke ende Politijcke beroerten, voorgevallen, levendich ende kortelijck worden voor ooghen gestelt. Tot waerschouwinge van alle Vrye, Vrome Nederlanders, insonderheyt der gener die inde regieringe zijn. Door François van Aerssen. WITH: Idem, Van nieus oversien, ende van merckelijcke Druck-fauten ghesuyvert. WITH: Ontdeckinge vande valsche Spaensche Jesuijtische Practijcke: Ghebruyckt jeghens eenighe vande beste Patriotten, ende ghetrouste Dienaren van t' Landt, by de Autheurs van twee Fameuse ende seditieuse Libellen. Het een geintituleert: Noodtwendigh ende levendigh Discours &c. Het ander: Practijcke vanden Spaenschen Raedt &c. Inghestelt by een Liefhebber vande Waerheydt, ende van het Vaderland (= Cornelis van der Myle). WITH: Remonstrantie aende Hooge ende Moghende Heeren Staten vande Landen van Hollandt ende West-Vrieslandt, van Heer Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, Ridder, Advocaet vanden selven Lande. WITH: Provisionele Openinghe. Van verscheyden saecken, ghestelt in de Remonstrantie van den Heer Advocaet van Hollandt ende West-vrieslandt. Tot naerder Onderrechtinghe, so van hare Ed. Mog. als van alle ghetrouwe Patriotten ende Liefhebberen des Vaderlandts. Waerinne oock, de Nulliteyt van de ghenaemde Ontdeckinghe van de Valsche Spaensche ende Jesuytische Practijcquen costelijck wort aenghewesen. Door François van Aerssen. WITH: Advertissement aen alle Goede In-woonderen en Liefhebbers vandese Nederlanden. Omme van een yeder ghelesen, en in het binnenste van sijn herte ghedruckt te worden. Door François van Aerssen. WITH: Gvlden Legende van den Nieuwen St. Jan, Dat is: Cort verhael van den Edeldom, deuchden, ende handelingen van Meester Jan van Barnevelt, ghewesene Advocaet van Hollandt ende West-Vrieslandt. Gestelt tot klaer ende goet bericht van een yegelijcken, Insonderheyt slechte Mennist, en devote Katholijcken. Door François van Aerssen. WITH: The previous work, Tweeden Druck verciert met een Voor-reden.

      Amsterdam, Marten Jansz. Brandt/7th and 8th work: 's-Gravenhage, Hillebrant Jacobssen 1617/3rd-12th work: 1618. 12 werken in 1 band, 24, 31, 24, 24, 52, 54, 34, 80, 59, (uitvouwbaar Placcaet) 8, 36, 32 p. Origineel Leer met ribben, goudbestempeld, 4° (Fraai convoluut met 12 werken van diverse auteurs, welke allen een aanzienlijke rol speelden op zowel politiek als kerkelijk terrein in de tijd van de Republiek. In volgorde van voorkomen: Eeuwout Teellinck 1571-1626, was een Zeeuwse ambtsdrager die een grote invloed uitoefende op het kerkelijke leven in zijn tijd, voornamelijk door publikatie van ruim twintig pie?tistische pamfletten tegen de Remonstranten en Rooms-Katholieken. François van Aerssen 1572-1641, was diplomaat en raadpensionaris van de Republiek der Zeven Vereenigde Nederlanden. Hij was fel en onbuigzaam in zijn politieke en godsdienstige overtuiging. Cornelis van der Myle 1579-1642, was de schoonzoon van Johan van Oldebarnevelt en was tevens politiek actief, zowel in de raad van Prins Maurits als in het bestuur van de Leidse universiteit. Johan van Oldebarnevelt 1547-1619, was raadpensionaris van de Staten-Generaal tijdens de Tachtigjarige Oorlog.) 12 works in 1 binding, 24, 31, 24, 24, 52, 54, 34, 80, 59, (folding Placcaet) 8, 36, 32 p. Contemporary Leather with 5 raised bands and richly decorated gilt spine, 4° (Beautiful convolute with 12 works by different authors, each of them played a significant role in the politic and religious field. In order of appearance: Eeuwout Teellinck 1571-1626, was an incumbent from Zealand who greatly affected the religious life of his time, mostly by publishing over twenty Pietistic pamphlets against the Remonstrants and Catholic Church. François van Aerssen 1572-1641, was a diplomate and grand pensionary of the Dutch Republic. He was passionate and unbendable in his politic and religious views. Cornelis van der Myle 1579-1642, was the son in law of Johan van Oldebarnevelt and was also politically engaged, both in the council of Prince Maurits and on the board of the university of Leiden. Johan van Oldebarnevelt 1547-1619, was grand pensionary of the States General during the Eighty Years' War.) Knuttel, W.P.C. (1978). Catalogus van de pamfletten-verzameling berustende in de Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 1: like Kn. 2439 (but fourth printing), 2: Kn. 2442, 3: Kn. 2610, 4: Kn. 2611, 5: Kn. 2619, 6: Kn. 2623, 7: Kn. 2633, 8: Kn. 2624, 9: like Kn. 2634 (but different collation), 10: Kn. 2637, 11: Kn. 2757, 12: Kn. 2759.

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        In libros regum et paralipomenon commentaria posthuma.

      Mainz, Balthasar Lipp, 1617. - (12), 374 SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel, gedr. Widmung mit gestochener heraldischer Bordüre (bestehend aus 25 Wappenschildern) und zahlr. ornamentalen und figuralen Initialen sowie zwei Zierstücken in Holzschnitt. Brauner, geglätteter Lederband der Zeit mit überreicher Goldprägung. Dreiseitiger ziselierter Goldschnitt. Folio. Kommentar und Konkordanz zu den alttestamentarischen Büchern der Könige. Der Verfasser, Nikolaus Serarius (1555-1609) aus Lothringen, lehrte in Mainz und Würzburg Philosophie und Theologie. "Er war in der hebräischen, griechischen und lateinischen Sprache, wie auch in den rabbinischen Schrifften wohl erfahren, wie solches aus den Commentariis zu ersehen, welche er [.] verfertiget hat" (Jöcher 4, zit. n. DBA I, 1178, 192). "Seine exegetischen Arbeiten bekunden griechische, hebräische und syrische Sprachkenntnisse, Gelehrsamkeit und Scharfsinn, sind aber überreich an nicht zur Sache gehörenden Erörterungen" (ADB 34, 37). Die Wappenbordüre der Widmung an den Erzbischof von Mainz und den Bischof von Worms zeigt die Wappen von 25 Welt- und Kirchenfürsten; ganz oben thronen die Wappen der Bischöfe sowie des Dekans Jakob von Elz. Die reichverzierte Einband zeigt im von einer breiten ornamentalen Bordüre umrahmten Mittelstück das Himmelszelt mit goldenen Sternen, in den Ecken Sonnenquadranten, im Zentrum das Tetragrammaton im Feuerkranz. - Einige Stellen im Kommentar in griechischer Type. Der Einband stärker berieben und beschabt, kleinere Fehlstellen am Rücken; Wurmspuren an den Deckeln. Mit kalligraphischem Besitzvermerk des "Johannes Herwicus Kleinschmitt" (d. i. J. H. Kleinschmidt, Professor der Rechte u. der Moral, 1652-1732; vgl. DBA I 659, 406-421) am vorderen Spiegel. VD 17, 12:121496W (nur 2 Ex., Berlin u. München). De Backer/Sommervogel VII, 1144, 40. Nicht in Ebert, Brunet, Graesse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Scelta di Facetie, Motti, Burle, & Buffonerie del Piovano Arlotto, del Gonella, del Barlacchia. Et altre assai di diversi. Nuovamente ristampate, & ricorrette.

      appresso Pietro Miloco,, in Venetia, 1617 - In-12° (136x71mm), pp. 214, (2), legatura ottocentesca in p. vitello con duplice filettatura dorata al perimetro dei piatti. Titolo in oro su tassello e filetti in oro su dorso a nervetti. Tagli dorati. Impresa editoriale al titolo. Etichetta di libreria antiquaria. Alcuni minimi restauri alla legatura. Bell'esemplare. Rara impressione secentesca veneziana non censita in SBN / ICCU delle facezie del Piovano Arlotto, al secolo Arlotto Mainardi, sacerdote fiorentino vissuto fra il 1396 e il 1484 le cui beffe ed arguzie divennero ben presto proverbiali. Sono presenti anche facezie attribuite ad altri, tra cui il buffone Gonella ed il Barlacchia. Manca al Gamba e alla Vinciana.

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        Brvnn Vulgo Brinn. Marchionatus Moraviae Civitas insignis. Ex depicto aliorum communicavit. Altkolorierter Kupferstich.

      1617.. Blattgröße: 58x36,5 cm, Mittelfalz leicht gebräunt, im Falz mit Papierstreifen verstärkt, von beiden Rändern her ca 6 cm eingeschlagen (Faltung), Mittelfalz im w. Rand unten winziges Loch, lat. Stadtlegende auf Rückseite, sehr schönes und attraktives Blatt.. Nebehay-W. 108,VI/29 - Aus: Braun, Georg und Franz Hogenberg. Civitates Orbis Terrarum. 6 Bände. Köln, 1572-1617.

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        Operum omnium theologicorum tomi quarti pars altera: praelectiones in librum prophetiarum Jeremiae, & Lamentationes complectens

      Geneva: Apud Iohannem Vignon, Petrum & Iacobum Chouët, 1617.

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        Purchas his pilgrimage,

      London: by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, , 1617. or Relations of the world and the religions observed in al ages and places discovered, from the Creation unto this present. In foure parts. This first contayneth a theologicall and geographicall historie of Asia, Africa, and America, with the ilands adjacent. Declaring the ancient religions before the Floud ... With briefe descriptions of the countries, nations, states, discoveries; private and publike customes, and the most remarkable rarities of nature, or humane industrie, in the same. The third edition, much enlarged with additions through the whole worke. Small folio (287 × 188 mm) in sixes. Later, probably 18th-century reversed calf, covers with gilt and blind rules, skilfully rebacked with original spine laid down, red morocco label, lacks ties. Some rubbing, corners bumped, previous owner's neat ink notations on front endpapers. Very good. Third edition of Purchas's first published compilation of travel literature, first published in 1613. By this time Purchas had already become acquainted with Richard Hakluyt, his great predecessor in the memorializing of English travel narratives, who lent books and some manuscripts for the expanded second edition, published in 1614. A later edition was published in 1626. Despite being published first, this volume is sometimes shelved as a supplement to the four folio volumes of Hakluytus Posthumus, or, Purchas his Pilgrimes (1624–5).

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        ADVERTIMIENTOS A V. MAGESTAD, TOCANTS AL GOVIERNO DE GALERAS, Y OTROS AUISOS DE JUAN JACOBO LOCADELO, VASSALL DE VUESTRA MAGESTAD.

      Madrid: Por la viuda de Alonso Martini, . 1617 - [4],34,[4] leaves plus several pen and ink illustrations. Folio. Later speckled calf, maroon gilt morocco label, gilt spine in six compartments. Covers with slight wear and scuffing at extremities. Faint dampstain in lower margin. Occasional contemporary manuscript notes and marks. Overall internally clean. Very good. A comprehensive list of rules addressed to ship captains governing the proper provisioning of Spanish vessels based in Sicily and Naples, both then under Spanish rule. The text includes a bevy of rules, expense guidelines, and more, and offers a fine window into the near-obsessive attention to detail that marked the administration of the Spanish military at the peak of its powers. Of particular interest are several pen and ink sketches that include tools, a ship in dry dock, and storage bins, as well as two much larger harbor plans of Palermo and Naples. Each drawing is keyed to a printed description of the location, and shows fortifications, lookouts, and, in the case of Naples, dormitories. These are charming and well accomplished. Good evidence of the Spanish navy at work at the height of empire, with rules which certainly applied to vessels in the Americas as well. Extremely rare, and not on OCLC.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Epigrammatum Libri XV with Others

      Michael Sonnius, Lutetiae Parisorum 1617 - Bound in contemporary calf with front board detached but present. 647pp + Index with : In Laurentii Ramiressi ad M Valerium Martialis Hypomnemata. 44pp: DesideriHeraldi Animadversiones, 109pp + Index: Index Omnium Vocabulorum Quae in Omnibus M Val Martialis, 123pp. Cover worn with front board detached, contents clean. Name to title-page. IMMEDIATE DESPATCH 1ST CLASS POST FROM UK Size: Atlas Folio - over 23" - 25" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Whole Book of Psalmes: Collected into English Meeter by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others, conferred with the Hebrew, with apt notes to sing them withall

      London: Printed [by R. Field] for the Companie of Stationers, 1617. . 8vo, (x), 99, (3) pp. Woodcut border to title and final leaf plus head and tail pieces and music in the text, marginal loss to top corner of title page, two leaves with small closed tears. Bookplates of S. Lothrop Thorndike and the Zion Research Library. 19th century quarter morocco, marbled sides, some light rubbing. STC 2558.

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        Nieuwe beschrijvinge van oost en west frieslant

      Pieter van den Keere, 1617. Map. Engraving. Image measures 14.875 x 19.25". Sheet measures 17 x 23.25". Beautifully composed map of Friesland, in the Northwestern Netherlands on the North Sea. Includes the West Frisian Islands and many nautical details such as sand banks and polders. The Frisian double lion coat of arms and the Cirksena family coat of arms, a crowned harpy, float above the islands. Dark impression with full margins some minor abrasions on the paper. No text on verso. From van den Keere's "Atlas of the Low Countries", possible separate issue for a composite atlas. David Fabricius (1654-1617) was a cartographer, noted astronomer, and pastor from Frisia. He and his son Johannes were the first to discover sun spots through their pioneering work with telescopes. This map of the region known for having the world tallest inhabitants, is one of a handful of maps that Fabricius made.

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        The History of the World In Five Bookes

      William Jaggard, London 1617 - Folio. 2 blanks, "Mind Of The Front" printed on the recto, engraved title page dated 1614, next page printed with Raleigh portrait. Colophon dated 1617, by William Jaggard, the printer of Shakespeare's First Folio. Full polished later calf (late 18th century-early19th century), elaborately decorated spine with morocco label. The spine is re-backed with original laid down. Lovely and charming 17th century child's drawing on lower blank verso in sepia. Book plate of Richard Hill, Esq., Thornton. 8 folding maps and plans by Hole. Brushfield 223 (C)1617(2). Also see Armitage, Willoughby and Lowndes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Whole Book of Psalmes: Collected into English Meeter by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others, conferred with the Hebrew, with apt notes to sing them withall.

      London: Printed by R. Field for the Companie of Stationers 1617 - 8vo, (x), 99, (3) pp. Woodcut border to title and final leaf plus head and tail pieces and music in the text, marginal loss to top corner of title page, two leaves with small closed tears. Bookplates of S. Lothrop Thorndike and the Zion Research Library. 19th century quarter morocco, marbled sides, some light rubbing. STC 2558.

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        "Znaymum vulgo Znaym, Moraviae Civitas Primaria". Kolorierter Orig.-Kupferstich aus Georg Braun und Franz Hogenberg "Theatri praecipuarum totius mundi liber sextus" nach einer Vorlage von G. Houfnagel.

      Köln, 1617 und 1618 resp. Amsterdam 1657.. 31 x 50 cm. Verso mit Text. Tadellos, unter Passepartout. Latein. Ausgabe aus dem 6. Buch. - Bachmann 2391; Fauser 15,934; Nebehay-W. 108,VI,28. Die Ansicht stammt aus dem ersten großen topographischen Kupferstichwerk der Renaissancezeit. Nach Sebastian Münsters "Cosmographia", dem geogr.-topographischen Werk mit ausführlicher Landesbeschreibung, erschien 1572 der 1. Band des insgesamt 6 Bände umfassenden Städtebuch des gelehrten Theologen Georg Braun und des Kupferstechers Franz Hogenberg. Gegenüber Münster tritt hier der Text zurück und das Bild deutlich in den Vordergrund. Für dieses Werk hatten einige Künstler, vor allem der ausgezeichnete Georg Houfnagel und sein Sohn Jacob weite Reisen unternommen und wirklich authentische Ansichten vorgelegt.

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