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        LUDOVICUS QUARTUS IMPERATOR. Defensus; Bzovius Jniuriarium postulatus, Quòd eundem Divae memoriae Imperatorem Serenissimorum Bavariae Ducum progenitorem, contra ius, fas, aequum, verum in mendosissimis annalibus suis infectatus, gravissimis calumnijs onerârit, ab Joanne Georgio Heruuarto ab Hohenburg. Accessit mantissa aliorum Bzovij errorum.

      Apud Nicolaum Henricum 1618 Prima edizione. Testo latino. Cm.23x18. Pg.(22), VIII, 536. Legatura in mz.pergamena con piatti marmorizzati. Tassello in pelle con titoli in oro al dorso. tagli spruzzati. Capilettera ornati. Vistosa chiazza brunita che interessa la parte interna dell'intero volume, senza limitarne la fruibilità. L'Imperatore Ludovico IV il Bavaro (Monaco di Baviera, 1287 - 1347) "figlio di Ludovico II, duca di Baviera e conte palatino del Reno, e di Matilde, figlia di Rodolfo d'Asburgo, fu scelto come imperatore contro Federico III il Bello duca d'Austria. Ludovico entrò in conflitto con papa Giovanni XXII, che non riconobbe la decisione in quanto avvenuta senza giudizio pontificio e che lo scomunicò: disceso in Italia, Ludovico si fece incoronare dal popolo romano (1328) e dichiarò deposto il papa. Nel 1338 proclamò la legittimità di ogni elezione regia, anche se priva di approvazione pontificia, se decisa dalla maggioranza dei principi elettori. Nel 1346 gli fu contrapposto Carlo, figlio di Giovanni re di Boemia" (da wikipedia). Il presente testo confuta la rappresentazione che di Ludovico il Barbaro viene data dallo storico domenicano polacco Abraham Bzovius, nome latinizzato di Abraham Bzowski (1567?"1637), nella sua continuazione degli "Annales ecclesiastici" del Baronio. Ne è autore il gesuita tedesco Jacob Keller (Säckingen, 1568 - 1631), che fu insegnante di filosofia e di teologia dogmatica a Friburgo, Ingolstadt, Monaco e Ratisbona. L'anno successivo, il 1619, pubblicò "Pro Ludovico quarto imperatore contra Bzovium pars altera" e "Mantissa sive contra Bzovium pars tertia in qua per omnes Europae prouincias specimen exhibetur Bzovianae in historia eruditionis". > British Library, "Catalogue of books printed in German....", II, H 974. Codice libreria 116233.

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        Journal ou Relation Exacte du Voyage de Gvill. Schouten, dans les Indes: par vn nouueau destroit, & par les grandes mers australes qu'il à descouuert, vers le pole Antartique. ensemble des nouvelles terres auparauant incognuës, isles, fruicts, peuples, & animaux estranges, qu'il a trouué en son chemin: et des rares obseruations qu'il y à fait touchant la declinaison de l' aymant

      Paris: Chez M. Gobert, 1618. 8vo. 4 folding maps, 4 folding plates. (Signature "E" supplied from another copy). Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine, modern morocco-backed slipcase Provenance: John Locke (signature and inscription) John Locke's copy of the rare first Paris edition of "Willem Schouten's voyage around the world, during which Cape Horn was discovered and rounded for the first time" (Hill): a landmark voyage in the history of western exploration. Schouten's voyage was one of the great early voyages of discovery and only the third circumnavigation. Undertaken in 1615 and lasting until 1617, this important expedition succeded in its primary objective which was to find an alternative route to the rich sources of wealth in the Pacific. The Dutch East India Company had a strangle-hold on the two known routes: via the Cape of Good Hope and through the Straits of Magellan. A rival group of aggressive Dutch traders, formed the "Compagnie Australe", and eqiuiped the expedition with discovered and rounded Cape Horn, named after the Dutch town of Hoorn where the sponsors were based. In addition, the expedition explored the Pacific coast of South America, pursued the search for Terra Australis, and proved that Tierra del Fuego was not an island. Principle among the Hoorn merchant benefactors was Isaac Le Maire, whose son, Jacob Le Maire, was charged as the director of the enterprise. Jacob named the Le Maire strait in honour of his father. "The ship Eendracht , while crossing the Pacific, discovered some of the Tuamotu Islands, the Hoorn Islands, the Schouten Islands, and visited New Guinea, the Moluccas, and Batavia. When Schouten and Le Maire arrived in Ternate, their ship was confiscated by the Dutch East India Company [as they were unable to convince the authorities that they had arrived by a third unrestricted route] ... The Dutch governor of Batavia sent them back to the Netherlands with Joris van Spilbergen ... Thus these famous navigators returned home together. Sadly, Jacob Le Maire did not share the honors, as he died of fever at Mauritius on the return trip" (Hill [2004] p.547). This edition contains four maps and four plates: 1. map of the world in two hemispheres with surrounding portraits; 2. map of Tierra del Fuego; 3. map of the South Sea; 4. plate of a Polynesian sailing a canoe; 5. plate bearing the inscription, "Isle de Cocos"; 6. plate bearing the inscription, "Isle de Hoorn"; 7. plate of the "Indian kings" and their village; 8. map of Nova Guinea. This copy has the pagination errors on pages 56, 215, and 179, that are not found in all copies. Schouten's work was originally published in Amsterdam in 1618 by Willem Jansz Blaeu. Though printed in his name, Schouten was most likely not the author of the present work, and it was probably compiled for him by Blaeu from the ships' logs. The work proved to be exceedingly popular, "no fewer than thirty-eight editions of the work were printed in Holland alone between the year 1618 and 1766" (Church). This copy has the additional interest of having belonged to the famous philosopher John Locke, and includes his ink ownership inscription on the front pastedown. In front of his signature Locke has made the notation "b" which, according to The library of John Locke by Harrison and Laslett, was an inventory mark put into books in or about 1697 and not to be found in any books acquired after that date. Locke has noted at the foot of the titlepage that this is a duplicate copy. A translation of part of Locke's epitaph reads: "bred a scholar, he made his learning subservient only to the cause of truth", a dictum that led to a period of exile in Amsterdam. Locke "is widely regarded as one of the most influential Enlightenment thinkers and contributors to liberal theory. His writings influenced Voltaire and Rousseau, many Scottish Enlightenment thinkers, as well as the American revolutionaries. This influence is reflected in the American Declaration of Independence." (Wikipedia). European Americana 618/119; cf. Palau 305104 (the Paris 1619 edition); Sabin 77952; Tiele-Muller 42n.

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        Briefausschnitt mit eigenh. Namenszug.

      O. O. u. D. - 1 S. 4,2:15 cm. Als Oberhaupt der böhmischen Aufständischen, die durch den Prager Fenstersturz 1618 den Staatsstreich gegen den deutschen Kaiser auslösten, wurde Heinrich Matthias Gf. Thurn von Valsassina von Kaiser Ferdinand II. als einer der geistigen Führer des Aufstandes bis zu seinem Tode verfolgt. Nach der Niederlage in der Schlacht am Weißen Berg 1620 nach Siebenbürgen fliehend, verfiel er der kaiserlichen Acht und wurde zum Tod verurteilt. 1629 trat er in die Armee König Gustav Adolfs von Schweden ein, wurde 1633 von Wallenstein gefangengenommen, schon bald aber wieder freigelassen; 1634 wurde er von Königin Christine von Schweden mit der Grafschaft Pernau belehnt. - Rechts neben der U. des Adelsführers findet sich die U. eines Martin Pöltzl (?). - Sehr selten.

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        Bibliorum Codex Sacer

      Francofurti Officina Andrea Cambiery, 1618. 576 S. + 23 Bl. Gr. 8° Groß-Oktav Pgt. Pgt. Et authenticus, Testamenti utriusque veteris et novi, ex Hebraea & Graeca. Mit einem allegorischen Kupferstichtitel. Das Buch wurde unter Verwendung alter handgeschriebener Pergamentstücke früher neu beigebunden Die S. sind altersbedingt etw gebräunt der hintere Teil ist im oberen Bereich etw. wasserrandig. Die ersten vord. Bl. haben in den Randbereich ein kl. Fehlstelle. Die Vorsatzbl. sind lose. Das obere Kap. hat seitl. zwei kl. Einrisse. Die obere und untere Buchkante ist stark berieben. Der Einband ist etw. verschmutzt, sonst gutes Exemplar. Bibel, Glauben, Testament, Jesus, Hildebrandlied, Biblia

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        Klosterresidenz San Lorenzo el Real de El Escorial ('Scenographia Totivs Fabricae S. Lavrentii In Escoriali. - Ad Philippvm II Hispaniarum Etc Regem Catholicvm. Michaelis vander Hagen, carmen. .').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1618, 36,5 x 47 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV-2, 1259. - Zeigt die Klosterresidenz San Lorenzo el Real de El Escorial, die im 16. Jahrhundert von Philipp II. von Spanien errichtet wurde in El Escorial etwa 60 Kilometer nordwestlich von Madrid. - Unten mittig unterhalb der Ansicht Vedutentitel; rechts u. links daneben in je 2 Textblöcken Widmung in Form eines Gedichtes an König Philipp II. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Differntiarum juris civilis et cononici seupontificii libri septem

      Lazari Zetzneri, 1618. Kl.-8° Cunradi Rittershusii, Differentiarum juris civilis et canonici seupontificii libri septem, hrsg. 1618 Lazari Zetzneri, 1618; OSchweinsleder mit handschrift.Rückentitel, gest. Frontispiz, 510 S, untere Ecke besch. tlw. Wurmspuren rare Ausgabe! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Gesamtansicht von Sandomierz und Biecz a.d. Ropa ('Sendomiria - Biecz').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1618, 32,5 x 44,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV-2, 3843; Imago Poloniae K 103/4. - Zwei Gesamtansichten auf 1 Blatt. Old map with the bird's-eye views of Sandomierz and Biecz in Poland published by Braun and Hogenberg. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Magna Bibliotheca Veterum Patrum, Et antiquorum Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum. Primo Quidem A Margarino De La Bigne..collecta, & tertio in lucem edita. Nunc vero plus quam centum Authoribus, & opusculis plurimis locupletata, historica methodo per singu

      Köln, Anton Hieratus 1618. \"2°. Tit. (in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck), 1 Bl. (Autoren- u. Werksverz.), 1071(1) S. u. Tit., 1 Bl. (Verz.), 982 S. (Text 2-spaltig gesetzt). Mit je 1 großen Druckermarke auf Tit., einigen Zierleisten u. Schlußvign. sowie etlichen Init. in Holzschnitt. Mit Pergament bezogener Holzdeckeleinbde. d. Zt. auf 6 Bünden m. reicher Blindpräg. durch Rollen- u. Einzelstempel, einem schwarzgepr. Wappen des Karmeliterordens (eingerahmt durch ein Zitat aus dem III. Buch der Könige u. einem Hinweis auf den Konvent) auf Vordeckel, verziert. Messingschließen, Rü.beschriftung v. alter Hd. (unter Auflistung der enthalt. Autoren) u. umseit. Rotschnitt. Einbde. berieben sowie stellenw. stärker angestaubt; Sign. v. alter Hd. auf Tit.; Papier gebräunt; im Text beinahe keine Gebrauchsspuren. Bd. IV: Schließen unvollständig vorhanden; Buchblock durchgeh. wurmstichig. / Bd. V. 2: Rü.beschriftung beinahe gänzlich verblasst; Ecken bestoßen u. abgewetzt; Pergament am Hinterdeckel stellenw. eingerissen u. abgelöst; etwa die Hälfte des Buchblockes im Kopf,- u. Außensteg wasserrandig; Wurmgänge in den letzten 5 Bll. u. hint. Spiegel.\" \"Bautz IV, 914-915; VD17, 23:625877R (Tl. IV) u. VD17, 23:625879F (Tl. V.2).Von 1559 bis 1574 erschien in Basel die \"\"Ecclesiastica historia\"\", eine von Matthias Flacius angeregte und geleitete Gemeinschaftsarbeit mehrerer lutherischer Theologen, den sog. \"\"Magdeburger Centurien\"\". Dieses einzige, größere, auf Quellenforschungen beruhende kirchengeschichtliche Werk des Protestantismus der Reformationszeit behandelt - nach Jahrhunderten (Centurien) eingeteilt - die Kirchengeschichte bis zum Ende des 13. Jahrhunderts. Die Bearbeiter der \"\"Magdeburger Centurien\"\" suchen zu beweisen, daß die Papstkirche im Lauf der Jahrhunderte immer mehr von der ursprünglichen Reinheit und Einfalt der apostolischen Kirche abgefallen sei und die Reformationskirche, die sich auf viele \"\"testes veritatis\"\" der früheren Jahrhunderte berufen könne, keine Neuerung sei (Vgl. dazu Bautz II, 43-48). Zur Widerlegung der protestantischen Magdeburger Centuriatoren veröffentlichte La Bigne in seiner \"\"Bibliotheca veterum patrum\"\" über 200 Werke der Kirchenväter in systematischer Ordnung, um den Nachweis zu erbringen, daß die katholische Kirche nie von der Lehre und der Verfassung der Alten Kirche abgewichen sei. Ein Unternehmen, an das sich bisher noch keiner gewagt hatte. Die Bibliotheca erschien erstmals von 1575-79 in 9 Bänden, wurde wiederholt nachgedruckt und vermehrt, und erreichte in der Ausgabe von Lyon (1677) bereits 27 Bände. Vorliegende Ausgabe umfasste 15 (in 19) Bände (die alle im gleichen Jahr gedruckt wurden) und wurde 1622 um einen Indexband erweitert. Die beiden Teile enthalten Werke u.a. von Filastrius v. Brescia, Didymus dem Blinden, Apollinaris von Laodicea, Philon v. Karpasia, Chrysologus Petrus u. Sixtus III. Die Bände stammen aus dem aufgelassenen Grazer Karmeliterkloster St. Joseph. LA BIGNE (auch Binius od. Bignaeus) Marguerin de (1546 od. 47 - 1589 od. 90); Theologe u. Patrologe. L.B. entstammte einer alten normannischen Adelsfamilie. Nach dem Erwerb des Lizentiats der Theologie an der Universität Caen bekleidete er dort das Amt des Rektors. Auf der Sorbonne setzte er seine Studien fort und wurde zum Doktor der Theologie promoviert. Die Herausgabe der \"\"Bibliotheca veterum patrum\"\" brachte ihm eine Domherrenstelle in Bayeux ein. Sein persönliches kirchenpolitisches Engagement für die Rechte seines Stiftes führte zum Konflikt mit seinem Bischof und zu L.B.s Resignation in Bayeux. Kurz darauf verstarb er in Paris.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Theologie, Frühchristliche Kirche, Kirchenväter

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        Philosophia mystica, Darinnen begriffen Eilff unterschidene Theologico-Philosophische/ doch teutsche Traktätlein....

      Neustadt. Lucas Jennes (Jennis), 1618. 8°. 19,9 x 15,8 cm. 272 Seiten, moderne Nachbindung, Hardcover in Pappband, In gutem Zustand. moderne Nachbindung als Pappband mit neuen Vorsätzen, beide künstlich gealtert, der Buchblock gebräunt, mit zahlreichen farbigen Marginalien und Anstreichungen, die letzte Lage in den Rändern etwas braunfleckig, insgesamt in gutem Zustand, Ecke an Seite 87 ca. 2 x 2 cm beschnitten (ohne Textverlust). Titel gesamt: Philosophia mystica, Darinnen begriffen Eilff unterschidene Theologico-Philosophische/ doch teutsche Traktätlein/ zum theil auß Theophrasti Paracelsi, zum theil auch Valentini Weigelii, gewesenen Pfarrherrn zu Iscopaw/ bishero verborgenen manuscriptis der Theosophischen Warheit liebhabern. Anitzo in zweyen Theilen zum Christlichen Vorschub/ beyde Liechter / der Gnaden und der Natur / in vns zuerwecken/ in offenen Truck gegeben. Deren Titul und Nahmen/ wie ein je4des in sonderheit von den Autoribus selbst genennet/ die nachfolgende seite zeigen wirdt, Gedruckt zu Newstadt/ vnd zu finden bey Lucas Jennes/ Buchhändler, Anno M.D.C.XVIII. Versand D: 2,95 EUR Sammlerexemplare, Religion & Theologie, Esoterik, Christentum, Religion, Alte Drucke, Erstausgaben

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        CORPUS IVRIS CIVILIS IVSTINIANEI. TOMVS PRIMVS CONTINENS DIGESTVM VETVS. CUM COMMENTARIIS ACCVRSII SCHOLIIS CONTII ET DIONYSII GOTHOFREDI I.C. ACVTISSIMI LVCVBRATIONIBVS. OUVRAGE EN LATIN AVEC NOTES EN FRANCAIS

      CUM PRIULEGIO CHRISTIANISSMI FRANCORUM & NAUARRAE REGIS 1618 - RO80170719: 2250 + 104 pages augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc dans le texte. Bandeaux, lettrines, culs de lampe. Déchirures sur les dernières pages. Manque 4ième plat. Dos abîmés. Dos à 6 nerfs. Ornements dorés sur le dos. Premier plat et premières pages frottés. VENDU EN L ETAT. In-Folio Relié. A restaurer. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Historie of Tithes, That is, The Practice of Payment of Them. The

      1618. Well-Preserved First Edition of Selden's Tithes Selden, John [1584-1654]. The Historie of Tithes, That is, The Practice of Payment of Them. The Positive Laws Made for Them. The Opinions Touching the Right of Them. A Review of It is Also Annext, Which Both Confirmes It and Directs in the Use of It. [London: s.n.], 1618. [vi], xxii, [12], 491, [5] pp. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, blind frames to boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, a few scuffs to boards, front hinge cracked, rear hinge starting, a few cracks to text block, later armorial bookplate (of HHH) to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Light toning to text, occasional neat underlining and a few brief annotations in early hand. A nice copy. * First edition, Variant F. (One of the eight variants, with all points indicated by Sweet & Maxwell). The History of Tithes, which was one of Selden's earliest writings, angered James I and the clergy because it questioned the divine right to impose tithes. Although it was suppressed by the Court of High Commission, the resulting controversy transformed Selden into a figure of national importance. His treatment by the church and state also encouraged his opposition to political absolutism, an idea that informs his later writings. Based on remarks in the dedication and on p. 449, Sweet & Maxwell believe this is not a true first edition. (The presumed earlier edition appears to be a ghost, however.) Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:194-5.

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        Gesamtansicht von Münster, Osnabrück und Wesel.

      - Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1618, 34 x 47 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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

      - Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1618, 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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        Die weitere Umgebung v. Speyer aus der Vogelschau, "Abris vnd verzeichnus des orts Vdenheim vnd deren gelegenheit, wie die Durch den hern Bischoffen zu Speyr bevestigt vnd aufgebawen, aber endlich Durch den heren Churfürsten Pfalzgraven den 15. juny gegenwertigen jars 1618 demoliert vnd nidergelegt worden".

      - Kupferstich, dat. 1618, 24 x 31,8 Hellwig (Hogenberg), Nr. 423 ähnlich. Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, S. 264 ( Karte rechts unten) mit allen Merkmalen. Vorlage zu dem Kupferstich von G. Keller. - Zeigt die Umgebung von Speyer ( Mittelpunkt ) zwischen Rastatt, Neustadt/Haardt, Frankenthal und Neckargemünd. Rechts oben Erklärungen, am unteren Rand Durchschnitt der Festungswälle.

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        IOURNAL OU RELATION EXACTE DU VOYAGE DE GVILL. SCHOUTEN, DANS LES INDES: PAR VN NOUUEAU DESTROIT, & PAR LES GRANDES MERS AUSTRALES QU'IL À DESCOUUERT, VERS LE POLE ANTARTIQUE. ENSEMBLE DES NOUVELLES TERRES AUPARAUANT INCOGNUËS, ISLES, FRUICTS, PEUPLES, & ANIMAUX ESTRANGES, QU'IL A TROUUÉ EN SON CHEMIN: ET DES RARES OBSERUATIONS QU'IL Y À FAIT TOUCHANT LA DECLINAISON DE L' AYMANT

      Paris, 1618. Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on backstrip. "E" signature supplied from another copy. Quite clean and neat internally. A lovely, near fine copy. In a half morocco and cloth box. Famed philosopher John Locke's copy, with his ink ownership inscription on the front pastedown. In front of his signature Locke has made the notation "b" which, according to THE LIBRARY OF JOHN LOCKE by Harrison and Laslett, was an inventory mark put into books in or about 1697 and not to be found in any books acquired after that date. Locke has noted at the foot of the titlepage that this is a duplicate copy. The rare first Paris edition. Undertaken in 1615 and lasting until 1617, this important expedition was the third complete circumnavigation, after Magellan in 1519 and Drake in 1577. The expedition was the first to round Cape Horn from the east, naming the Cape after the Dutch town of Hoorn, whose aggressive traders sponsored the voyage. In addition, the expedition explored the Pacific coast of South America, pursued the search for Terra Australis, and proved that Tierra del Fuego was not an island. Principle among the merchant benefactors of Hoorn was Isaac Le Maire, whose son, Jacob Le Maire, was charged as the director of the enterprise, and for whom the Le Maire strait is named. "Partly inspired by Quiros and motivated by Dutch trading zeal, this [voyage] was the essential precursor to Tasman's voyage; indeed Tasman made great use of Le Maire's mapping of the ocean. The Le Maire voyage, the last of the seventeenth century expeditions to search for the unknown continent from the east, was responsible for extensive discoveries in the Pacific..." - Hordern House. This edition contains four maps and four plates. They are: a map of the world in two hemispheres with surrounding portraits; a map of Tierra del Fuego; a map of the South Sea; a plate of a Polynesian sailing a canoe; a plate bearing the inscription, "Isle de Cocos"; a plate bearing the inscription, "Isle de Hoorn"; a plate of the "Indian kings" and their village; and a map of Nova Guinea. This copy has the pagination errors on pages 56, 215, and 179, not found in all copies. Schouten's work was originally published in Amsterdam in 1618 by Willem Jansz Blaeu. Though printed in his name, Schouten was most likely not the author of the present work, and it was probably compiled for him by Blaeu from the ships' logs. The work proved exceedingly popular, "no fewer than thirty-eight editions of the work were printed in Holland alone between the year 1618 and 1766" (Church). This is the first Paris edition. A fundamental voyage in worldwide navigation.

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        WARHAFFTE BESCHREIBUNG DER WUNDERBARLICHEN RAYSE UND SCHIFFART, SO WILHELM SCHOUT VON HORN, AUSS HOLLANDT NACH SUDEN GETHAN, UND WAS GESTALT ER HINTER DER MAGELLANISCHEN ENGE, EIN NEWE UND ZUVOR UNBEKANTE DURCHFAHRT IN DIE SUDERSEE GEFUNDEN

      Arnheim, 1618. Small quarto. New vellum. One plate with an older tissue repair on verso. Minor toning. Very good. First German edition, and second overall, of the chronicle of this major voyage, an important step in the rise of the Dutch seaborne empire. Undertaken in 1615 and lasting until 1617, this important expedition was the fourth complete circumnavigation, after Magellan in 1519, Drake in 1577, and Cavendish shortly thereafter. The expedition was the first to go visit Cape Horn, naming Cape after the Dutch town of Hoorn, whose aggressive traders sponsored the voyage. In addition, the expedition explored the Pacific coast of South America, pursued the search for Terra Australis, and proved that Tierra del Fuego was not an island. The plates show maps of the route, as well as a view of Cocos Island, Tierra del Fuego, an Indian sailing canoe, a meeting of the Indian kings, and a plate of Porto Desire which shows several species of animal. Translated from Schouten's JOURNAL OFTE BESCHREYVINGHE... published the same year in Amsterdam, this edition used the same plates to print the map and illustrations.

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        A Parallel or Confrence of the Civil Law, the Canon Law, and the Common Law. (with) The Second part of the Parallele (and) the Padectes of the Law of Nations.

      The Company of Stationers, 1618 (with) Thomas Wright, 1620., London - SHAKESPEARE AND THE LAW OF NATIONS FIRST EDITIONS of the second and third titles, second of the first. 4to. ff. (xii) 104 (viii), (viii) 74 (viii), (iv) 90. Three works in one, separate title page to each. Roman letter, woodcut initials and ornaments, contemporary manuscript statutory references at head of first title page, fly with early case mark (that and next blank loose), Earl's C19 armorial bookplate on pastedown. A few margins slightly dusty in places; good, crisp, clean copies in contemporary calf, ruled and panelled in blind, joints cracked, upper cover loosening but sound, some wear to spine at head. Fulbecke (1560-1616), dramatist, lawyer, legal writer and historian was educated at Oxford and then Gray's Inn where he practised. His legal writings have long been highly regarded but he has been attracting renewed interest as the author of Shakespeare sourcebooks. It is likely that Fulbecke and Shakespeare were acquainted through one of the Inns of Court plays, masques or revels, in which it is believed both were involved. There is evidence that Shakespeare was acquainted with at least two of Fulbecke's works, an acquaintance discernible particularly in King Lear. That apart, Fulbecke was one of the first pioneers in the field of comparative and international law, especially the first English writer to deal with them in English. Most previous works on those topics, from wherever, had been written in Latin, indeed even on the common law which until Fulbecke's influential comparative work had remained sturdily impervious to the influence of other legal systems. But the most significant text here is the 'Pandectes', the earliest substantive original contribution in English to the law of nations, now more commonly known as 'public international law'. "What Fulbecke appeared to be doing in his introduction of these controversial issues was suggesting a need for compromise. No doubt he realized the issue of authority was a critical problem that would probably escalate further upon the death of the Queen. His arguments were an idealistic attempt to please the various groups concerned. He took political ideas from men of such opposing views as Sir John Fortescue and Jean Bodin and developed them into a theory of authority. He attempted to check the power of the monarch further, not by emphasizing parliament's role, but rather by giving the common law an independent status and associating it with the law of reason. Finally he resolved the debate over the origins of the common law by offering a moderate opinion. Overwhelmingly, the mood of compromise created in the introduction was carried over into the dialogues". Terrill "The Application of the Comparative Method by English Civilians", Journal of Legal History 1981 II p. 177. STC 11416, 11415(a) (issue with errata) and 11414 (issue without errata). Lowndes II 845. English [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRACTATUS DE USUFRUCTU / DE JURISDICTIONE TRACTATUS. Authore Helfrico Ulrico Hunnio, Jc.to et in Academia Giessena Professore publico & ordinario. 1618 / 1616.

      Typis Nicolai Hampelii / Typis Casparis Chemlini, Giessae Hessorum - Due testi latini raccolti in unico volume. La prima Opera è dedicata a Oligero Rosaecrantz, la seconda a Henricus Hilmarus Liborio. Cm.12,8x7,3. Pg.(24), 398, (10); (12), 340. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, leggermente spiegazzata al piatto posteriore. Titoli manoscritti al dorso. Il giureconsulto Helfrich Ulrich Hunnius (Maburg, 1583-1636), fu avvocato e professore di diritto a Wittenberg, Darmastadt e Marburg. Figlio del celebre teologo luterano Aegidius e fratello di Nicolaus, nel 1630 si convertì al cattolicesimo. 350 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chirurgische Bücher und Schrifften Jetzt auffs New / auss den Originalen und Theophrasti eygnen Handschrifften / so viel derselben zubekommen gewesen / auffs trewlichst und fleissigest wider an tag geben. Durch Johannem Huserum Brisgoium.

      Lazarus Zetzner,, Strassburg, 1618 - Strassburg, Lazarus Zetzner, 1618. 4°. 1 (von 6) Bl., S. 1-148, 1 n.n. Bl., S. 149-329, 2 n.n. S., S. 330-523, 1 n.n. S., (1 n.n. Bl. fehlt), S. 525-795, 39 n.n. S. Register. Mit 3 (wiederholten) Titelholzschnittvignetten und 3 (wiederholten) Holzschnittdruckermarken. Lederband der Zeit. Krivatsy 8568. - VD17 3:301630V. - Sudhoff 302. - Wellcome I, 4812. - Vgl. Hirsch-H. IV, 499. - Zweite Ausgabe nach 1605 der chirurgischen Schriften, herausgegeben von Johannes Huser. Enthält auf Seite 752ff ein Teil der alchemistischen Schriften, die in den vorhergehenden von Huser editierten Ausgaben fehlten. - Titelblatt alt unterlegt. Ein Blatt im Register lose. Mit durchgehendem schwächer werdendem Wasserrand. Einband stark bestossen. Unteres Kapital eingerissen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        S. Paschasii Radberti Abbatis Corbeiensis Opera. Quorum pars multo maxima nunc primùm prodit ex Bibliotheca Monasterij Corbeiensis.

      Lutetiae Parisiorum, Sumptibus Claudii Morelli, via Iacobaea, ad insigne Fontis. Cum privilegio regis / Paris, Claudius Morellus (Claude Morel) mit königl. Privileg 1618. - Folio (35.3 x 24 x 7 cm). 8 Bll., 1710 sp. +1 S., 6 Bll. Schriftsatz zweispaltig. Titel in Rot und Schwarz, mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke (Brunnen in barockem Kartuschenwerk, monogrammiert F. M.) und eingedrucktem typogr. Kloster-Exlibris. Gepr. Schweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. (schöne Patina; wenig berieben) über Holzdeckeln mit 2 mont. Rückenschildern und 2 Messingschliessen (1 Schliessenraste fehlt). Erste (Original-?) Ausgabe. Seiten unterschiedlich etwas gebräunt (vereinzelt stärker) u. im Kopf- und Fusssteg wasserrandig (vereinzelt stärker, generell eher blass und kaum störend). Alters- u. Lagerungs-, weniger eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, hs. Sigel a. Vorsatz, Bibliotheksetikette mit Dublettenstempel a. fl.Bl. Gesamthaft weitgehend sauberes, relativ gutes Exemplar in schönem, zeittypischem Renaissance-Einband. Eine von ca. 3 Ausgaben Paris 1618 (neben: Ex Officina Nivelliana. Sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy, via Iacobaea, sub Ciconiis, resp. sumptibus Michaelis Sonnii [Sonnius], via Iacobaea, sub Scuto Basiliensi. Cum privilegio regis). Der VK GBV erwähnt noch eine Ausgabe Cramoisy et Sonnius 1618, die sich so aber nicht bestätigen lässt. Vgl. dazu VK GBV, SUDOC, BVB u. BNF (diese nur mit einer Ausgabe ?sumptibus S. Cramoisy?; Graesse nur Officina Nivelliana/Cramoisy). DeBacker&Sommervogel 7, sp. 1241, Nr. 18 (unter Jacques Sirmond) listen nur die vorliegende Version, ohne Hinweis auf weitere Ausgaben. ? Provenienz: im Fusssteg des Titels eingedruckte Zeile ?Monasterii Einsidlensis?, mit Etikette u. hs. Sigel der Einsiedler Fratresbibliothek u. Dublettenstempel der Stiftsbibliothek. Aus älterem Dublettenverkauf der Stiftsbibliothek Einsiedeln, veräussert anlässlich der Aufhebung der einstigen Fratresbibliothek Ende der 1990er Jahre. ?? Inhalt: Vita S. Radberti (2 unpag. SS.); Engelmodi Episcopi Versus, ad Radbertum Abbatum [Engelmodus od. Angilmodus Episcopus Suessionensis; i.e. Angilmod od. Engelmod de Soissons] (5 unpag. SS.); Inhaltsverzeichnis ?Index operum S. Paschasii Radberti, quae in hoc volumine continentur?: I. Commentariorum in Matthaei Evangelium Libri XII (duodecim; sp. 1?1222); II. Expositionis in Psalmum XLIV. ?Eructavit cor meum?, etc. Libri III [tres] (i.e. Psalm 44/Septuaginta, bzw. 45/Masoret.; sp. 1225?1306); III. In Threnos sive Lamentationes Hieremiae Prophetae, Libri V [quinque] (sp. 1307?1550); IV. De Sacramento Corporis et Sanguinis Liber (sp. 1551?1618); V. De Corpore et sanguine Domine Epistola ad Frudegardum, cui subditum est Expositum in illud, Coenantibus autem eis, etc. ex Commenatriis in Matthaeum (sp. 1619?1636); VI. Vita S. Adelhardi Abbatis Corbiensis (i.e. Adalhard od. Adalard de Corbie; sp. 1637?1686); VII. Passio SS. Martyrum Rufini et Valerij (i.e. St. Valerius und Rufinus; sp. 1687?1710). Mit Register. ?? Hl. Paschasius Radbertus (um 785?um 860), Benediktiner. Im Kloster Corbie unter Abt Adalhard eingetreten, ?glänzte als Lehrer [.], durch Kenntnis der alten Klassiker und der Kirchenväter, begleitete Adalhard nach Deutschland zwecks Gründung des Klosters Korvey, [i.e. Corvey; .] betätigte sich als theologischer Schriftsteller. Obwohl nur Diakon, wurde er zwischen 842 und 844 zum Abt von Corbie erwählt, resignierte aber vor 853 [.] und lebte fortan nur noch gelehrten Studien. Sein Hauptwerk ?De corpore et sanguine Domini? [.], der erste Versuch einer Gesamtdarstellung der Eucharistielehre mit spekulativem Einschlag, 831 verfasst, 844 überarbeitet, spielte in den späteren Abendmahlsstreitigkeiten [.] eine Rolle [.]. Starken Widerspruch verdiente er jedoch, weil er die Identität des historischen und des eucharistischen Christus zu stark betonte [.]. Deshalb traten ihm nicht nur Joh. Eriugena, sondern auch Hrabanus Maurus, Rathramnus [Ratramnus] und im 10. Jahrhundert Abt Heriger entgegen. Paschasius verteidigte sich im Brief an Frudegard und in seinem Matthäuskommentar, ?dem gelehrtesten Werk der Exegese vor der 2. Hälfte des 13. Jahrhunderts? [A. E. Schönbach, 1903] [.].? (W. Deinhard, in: M. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        2 Gesamtansichten auf 1 Blatt.

      - Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1618, 14,5 bzw. 17,5 x 45 ( Blattgr. 40 x 55 )

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        2 Gesamtansichten auf 1 Bl.

      - Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1618, 14,5 bzw. 17,5 x 45 ( Blattgröße 40 x 55 cm.)

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Nevs - PP').

      - Kupferstich v. Peter Pannensmit aus Braun & Hogenberg, 1618, 33,5 x 43,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Les Reports de Edward Coke L'attorney generall le Roigne [bound with] Le Second Part des Reportes [bound with] Le Tierce Part des Reportes [bound with] Le Quart Part des Reportes [etc ] S T C 5494 3; 5498; 5501; 5503 4

      London: Printed for the Company of Stationers [imprints vary slightly], 1618-19. Contemporary mottled calf, rubbed, Daniel Fleming's copy, with his dated ownership signature, an occasional and extensive gloss (?his); the Taussig copy Early editions of the first four parts of Coke's Reports, containing his choicest cases, all printed during the second decade of the 17th century (all early eleven parts then having appeared) and all now being printed for the Company of Stationers

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        DICTIONARIUM HISTORICUM, GEOGRAPHICUM, POETICUM.

      Coloniae Allobrogvm ;- 1618 - Thick Royal 8vo. Full Contemporary Calf (worn, with loss to head and foot of spine) Title-page printed in red & black. 1132pps. Early MSS. Notes to front free-endpapers. A Good, unsophisticated and unrestored copy, in contemporary state.

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        Sinryke fabulen, verklaart en toegepast tot alderley zeede-lessen, dienstig om waargenoomen te werden in het menschelijke en burgerlijke leeven. Amsterdam, Hieronymus Sweerts, 1685.

      Contemporary full calf leather, remains of gilt ornaments on spine, edges and corners worn. Else a good copy of the rare and only edition of this fable book by Pieter de la Court the younger (1618-1685).4°: *-** 4 *** 2 A-Yyyy 4, pag.: [20] 727 [1] p. With engraved titlepage and 100 engraved emblems by J. Gole. ANTOHER copy available with handcoloured(!) titlepage. €1300. B0075.

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        Gesamtans., mit zwei großen Wappen, darunter vierspalt. Tafel von 1-22, "Tipvs civitatis lvblinesi .".

      - Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1618, 29 x 47

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        Diuionensis e Societate Iesu, Carmina, & Orationes

      Romae, : Bartholomaeum Zaneettum, 1618 In full vellum, corners rubbed. Spine, gilt titles, small loss at base. Internally, [16], 84, 73-448 pp (odd pagination but appears complete), joints cracked, in name to fpd (E Sendall), fep loose, text block edges reddened, title page with the Jesuit device inked at edges, paper loss at margin of TP, light browning throughout. Uncommon, no copy located the UK. Remondi was at the forefront of the epigram revival in Europe along with Jacob Bidermann in Germany and John Owen in England.

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        Las Eróticas o Amatorias. Parte Primera. = Las Eróticas. Que Contienen Las Elegias - Los Edylios - Los Sonetos y Las Latinas. Segunda Parte.

      Juan De Mongastón, Nagera, 1618 - 1617 - 4 h. - 160 folios - 1 h. = 88 folios ( numeración acabada en 87, pues el 82 está repetido). Buena encuadernación en piel con decoración en seco. Lomera con un tejuelo, nervios y florones. Cortes tintados. En nuestro ejemplar, de esta tan rara y singular edición: Portada facsimilada - así como los folios 13 - 14 y la hoja final. Resto ejemplar bueno si no fuera por las pequeñas restauraciones, muy bien hechas, y la mácula que presentan las 3 primeras hojas - y los folios 1 - 2 - y del 57 al 70 de la segunda parte. =La primera parte comprende odas de Horacio, poesías de Anacreón e imitaciones de éste. La segunda, Sátiras y Elegías a la manera de Petrarca. =Esteban Manuel de Villegas, (Matute, La Rioja, 1589 - Nájera, La Rioja, 1669) Escritor español del Siglo de Oro. Hijo de una familia rentista de buena posición, dedicada al préstamo en juros y censos, cursó estudios de Gramática en Madrid y de Leyes en la Universidad de Salamanca, obteniendo el título de Licenciado. En la capital del reino coincidió y participó en la gran efervescencia literaria del Siglo de Oro, militando en las filas del declinante Humanismo frente a las nuevas corrientes barrocas, que, sin embargo, terminarían influenciándolo. De las dos únicas obras publicadas en vida, la primera y más impactante fue Las Eróticas o Amatorias, una miscelánea de poemas que editó con su dinero en 1618 en la imprenta de su paisano Juan de Mongastón y que había empezado a escribir precozmente, como él mismo señaló en estos versos: "Mis dulces cantinelas, / mis suaves Delicias, /a los veinte limadas, / a los catorce escritas." La obra se divide en dos partes: la primera, plenamente clasicista en técnica y espíritu y con predominio del verso heptasílabo (una de sus grandes aportaciones métricas a la poesía española) alterna recreaciones y traducciones de los clásicos, sobre todo de Horacio y las Anacreónticas, en cuatro capítulos que contienen, respectivamente, 36 Odas, 38 Versiones, 44 Cantinelas o Delicias y 64 Monóstrofes, que él llama El Anacreonte; la segunda, ya impregnada del estilo barroco de la época y donde lo clásico sólo es una técnica para deslumbrar, consta de otros cuatro capítulos con, sucesivamente, 14 Elegías, 4 Idilios, 12 Sonetos y 9 Epigramas y el cuarto, que llama Las Latinas, con 1 Égloga, 2 Sáficos y 2 Dísticos, mostrando en estas últimas poesías su otra gran aportación métrica, la estrofa sáfico-adónica. =Este libro lírico fue muy original para su tiempo, la portada, lleva, bajo un sol naciente tapando unas estrellas, el provocador lema Sicut sol matutinus. Me surgente, quid istae? (Igual que el sol naciente. Apareciendo yo, ¿qué será de éstas?). Esto le granjeó no pocos enemigos entre las "estrellas" del Siglo de Oro (Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Góngora, entre otros) a causa de fanfarronada tan irritante. El propio autor procuró suprimir el emblema de los ejemplares que pudo, pero su imagen quedaría manchada para siempre en los círculos literarios de la época, aunque alguno le perdonase ese atrevimiento juvenil, como el reconocimiento que le hizo un anciano Lope de Vega en su Laurel de Apolo: Aspire luego de Pegaso al monte el dulce traductor de Anacreonte, cuyos estudios, con perpetua gloria, libraron del olvido su memoria; aunque dijo que todos se escondiesen cuando los rayos de su ingenio viesen. Size: 2 Tomos En 1 Vol. 19 x 13 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Quinta pars Conclusionum practicabilium, secundum ordinem constituionum Divi Augusti Electoris Saxoniae discussarum.

      Lzg Henning Groá ; 1618 - EA; (12) 768 (40) S. mit Holzschnitttitelvignette, groáem Holzschnitt auf Titelrckseite und groáer Holzschnittdruckermarke am Schluá; Pgt d. Zt. (gering fleckig, Satzspiegel teils gebr„unt) 5. Teil des insgesamt 5 Teile umfassenden, wichtigen und oft aufgelegten juristischen Werkes. Hier in der nahezu unauffindbaren ersten Auflage. Sehr selten. 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Discorso sopra l' antichità della città di Foligno

      nella Stampa Augusta Camerale, appresso Marco Naccarini 1618 Pontano, Fabio. In Perugia, nella Stampa Augusta Camerale, appresso Marco Naccarini, 1618. Discorso sopra l' antichità della città di Foligno. In - 4°, m. pergamena recente. 54 pp., 1 f. bianco. Frontespizio interamente inciso in rame entro cornice architettonica, marca tipografica in fine. Esemplare ben conservato della rarissima edizione originale. Lozzi, 1796. Bibl. Platneriana, p. 142: >. Cecchini, Mostra dell' arte della stampa umbra, n°. 321. E' possibile effettuare un piccolo sconto. Uff. Mob. 2

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        Dello scherno de gli Dei. Poema poiacevole. con la Filide civettina, e col Batino dell istesso Autore

      Appresso i Giunti, Firenze 1618 - Legatura primi novecento in mz. pergamena con nervi, angoli, fregio e titolo ms. in nero al ds. Bruniture diffuse, più accentuate sulle prime pagine. Leggiadra prima edizione giuntina in carattere corsivo, la seconda di questo poema, che sarà ristampata dai Giunti nel 1625 e dal Mascardi nel 1626 con l aggiunta di altri sei Canti. 8vo (cm. 20,7), 8 cc.nn., 252 pp., 2 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca).Stampa del testo entro cornice xilografica, fregi e capilettera figurati. Curioso il finalino nell ultima pagina raffigurante un maialino, protagonista del poemetto il Batino. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Magni Britanniæ regem.

      In quorum primâ, caussa est quas Sigismundus ejus nominis III. ab ordinibus Sueciæ ejectus, in ejusq. locum sereniss. Carolus ejus nominis IX. substitutus est, redduntur: In alterâ, gratiæ pro composito Sueco-Danico & Sueco-Moscovitico bello aguntur; & eorum caussa exponuntur: In tertiâ, Sueco-Polonici belli caussa recensentur; tum quantopere intersit omnium reformatorum principum, Polonum à Suecorum regno arceri, ostenditur; & ad id sereniss. rex invitatur. (Leiden), 1618. 4:o. (2),+ (2, blanka),+ 70 s. Enstaka fläckar, något kraftigare på titelbladet och s. 1, samt en lätt fuktrand i övre marginal mot slutet. Senare pergamentband (G. Hedberg), med äldre blått snitt. Stänk på bakpärmen. Collijn sp. 858. Warmholtz 3412. Klemming, Sveriges förhållande, s. 18:1. Det andra bladet, som oftast är ett dedikationsblad till Axel Oxenstierna, är här blankt. Daniel Heinsius utgåva av Johan Skyttes tre tal. Det ena hölls i London den 22 juli 1610 inför Jacob I av England, där han försvarade Karl IX:s legitimitet som kung gentemot Sigismund. De två andra hölls i Danmark 1617, det ena 10 december och det andra odaterat, och hade som syfte att försöka få stöd i stridigheterna mot Polen och att föröka lätta skuldbördan för Älvsborgs lösen. Talen är utgivna anonymt av Daniel Heinsius

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        Discursos historicos de la vida, y muerte de Don Antonio de Zuniga Ö.

      Lisbon, Antonio Alvarez, 1618. - Woodcut arms on title-page, woodcut initial letters, woodcut printer's device on H7@v. (8), 63 leaves. Small 4?, mid-twentieth-century antique mottled calf, spine gilt, crimson morocco label, gilt armorial supra-libris of Miguel de Faria on covers, edges rouged. Waterstains, nevertheless in fine condition. Armorial bookplate of Miguel [Braga Leite] de Faria (see Avelar Duarte, @Ex-libris portugueses her ldicos, 1150; the supra-libris conforms to 1149). ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. In eight @discursos and a @narraciÛn, Miranda traces the genealogy of the Z?Òiga family, sketches Z?Òiga's life and character, and describes the funeral rites held in Lisbon in his memory. After studying at Salamanca, Z?Òiga entered military service in 1577. Following action in Italy, he was sent to Flanders and distinguished himself at the capture of Rosendael (1580). Appointed captain, Z?Òiga became a trusted aide to the Duke of Parma. Miranda provides much information on Z?Òiga's participation in the campaigns in Flanders and France from 1589-96, as Philip II sought to win the French throne through military and diplomatic maneuvers. In 1601 Z?Òiga was sent to Lisbon, first as commander of Spanish forces there and later as Captain-General of Portugal, where his first assignment was to help plan the abortive Spanish invasion of Ireland. Preceding the @Discursos are four sonnets in Spanish, including one by Juan de Torres Portugal and another by Manoel de Govea de Vasconcelos, a sonnet in Portuguese, and two @dÈcimas in Spanish by AlfÈrez Sotomayor.Miranda, a soldier before entering the service of the dukes of BraganÁa, published several collections of dialogues on moral and philosophical subjects. The @Discursos is his only published work in Spanish.---- Arouca M397. InnocÍncio VI, 152: calling for viii, 63 pp. Barbosa Machado III, 434. Antonio II, 90. Palau 172173. Pinto de Mattos p. 402. Palha 4370. Garcia Peres, p. 386. Monteverde 3576. On Miranda, see Bell, @Portuguese Literature, p. 262. Not in Almirante. Not in HSA, @Greenlee Catalogue or @Ticknor Catalogue. NUC: MH. SHIPPED FROM PORTUGAL [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Reports de Edward Coke L'attorney generall le Roigne [bound with] Le Second Part des Reportes [bound with] Le Tierce Part des Reportes [bound with] Le Quart Part des Reportes [etc.]. S.T.C. 5494.3; 5498; 5501; 5503.4

      Early editions of the first four parts of Coke's Reports, containing his choicest cases, all printed during the second decade of the 17th century (all early eleven parts then having appeared) and all now being printed for the Company of Stationers. Contemporary mottled calf, rubbed, Daniel Fleming's copy, with his dated ownership signature, an occasional and extensive gloss (?his); the Taussig copy. Printed for the Company of Stationers [imprints vary slightly], London, 1618-19.

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        "Tipus Civitatis Lublinesi in Regno Poloniae...".

      Köln 1618.. Bildausschnitt ca. 31 x 49,5 cm.. Vgl. Nebehay-W. 108. Prachtvolle Gesamtansicht von Lublin.- Mittelfalz geglättet. Leicht gebräunt. Deutscher Text auf der Rückseite.

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        Histoire de l'expédition chrestienne en la Chine, entreprise par les Pères de la Compagnie de Jésus. Tirée des commentaires du Père Matthieu Riccius de la mesme Compagnie, et divisée en cinq livres ( ),

      P., Imprimerie de Pierre Le-Mur 1618, - petit in-8, 12 ff.-994 pp., illustré d'une planche dépliante, reliure plein veau, dos à nerfs. Ouvrage traduit du latin en françois (édition originale latine publiée à Augsbourg en 1615). Edition des travaux du Père Ricci, arrivé en Chine en 1582, et qui fut le premier jésuite à occuper une place officielle à Pékin (1601). Le premier livre (204 pp.) est une description de la Chine, et le nom de Confucius apparait ici pour la première fois, de même, par exemple, que la pratique des examens pour l'accès aux fonctions mandarinales. Les quatre livres suivant relatent l'histoire de la pénétration des jésuites dans l'Empire du Milieu. De son côté, Trigault arriva en Chine en 1610, date de la mort de Ricci, et enrichit par ses observations les travaux de son prédesseur. La planche dépliante représente le "Plan du Palais des faux-bourgs donné à la Compagnie de Jésus à Péquin par le Roi de la Chine en l'an 1610". Restauration à la page de titre (sans atteinte à la lettre), quelques petits trous de ver marginaux en début d'ouvrage, une déchirure sans manque en pied de la planche, un feuillet déchiré et manquant (pp. 861-862) au livre V, restaurations anciennes à la reliure, titre au dos presque totalement effacé. Title-page professionnally repaired, some marginal worn holes, tear (no loss) to the folding plate, one leaf missing (pp. 861-862), restoration work done to spine ends, unreadable gilt title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE L'OPIOMANE]
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        DUTCH BIBLE WITH SILVER ORNAMENTS. BIBLIA, dat is DIE GANTSCHE HEYLIGE SCHRIFTURE

      vervattende alle de canonycke boecken des ouden ende des nieuwen Testaments. Door last van hoogh mogende heeren Staten Generael der vereenigde Nederlanden, ende volgens 't besluit van de synode nationael, gehouden tot Dordrecht, in de jaren 1618 ende 1619. Dutch text, 1855, 12mo, 150 x 82 mm, 6 x 3¼ inches, leaves: 420; 132; 136; pages: (8), 244; leaves: 34, bound in finely patterned calf, single gilt ruled border to covers, gilt rules to spine, no label or lettering, all edges gilt, pale yellow endpapers, silver corner pieces sculpted with figures with symbols such as anchors, books and eagles, silver clasps and fixing pieces also finely sculpted, one clasp engraved inside with the name M. Maars, the other with the date 1860. Hinges slightly rubbed, slight marks on endpapers from silver, ink number on front endpaper, a few faint fox spots on first 2 leaves, clean tight copy in striking unusual silver decorated binding. Old Testament, New Testament and Psalms with music. Not in Darlow and Moule, Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of Holy Scripture in the Library of the British and Foreign Bible Society. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        PECETTI OPPIDUM ET CASTRUM.

      Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame da anonimo artefice dei Paesi Bassi, su disegno di Giovanni Tommaso Borgonio (1618 ca. - ante 1692) delineato nel 1666 - 1667. In lastra, in basso a destra, numero XLVII; all'angolo inferiore destro dell'immagine, titolo, richiami in lingua latina ed indicazione dell'autore, entro elegante cartiglio in forma di cippo, sormontato da arma gentilizia sostenuta da putti. La tavola è tratta dalla penultima edizione d'una monumentale descrizione dei possedimenti sabaudi, siti al di qua e al di là delle Alpi: l'opera fu impressa la prima volta ad Amsterdam, presso gli eredi di I. Blaeu, nel 1682, sotto il titolo di Theatrum Statuum Regiæ Celsitudinis Sabaudiæ Ducis [...]. Nella tavola è raffigurata Pecetto, un'amena località collinare sita nell'attuale provincia di Torino. Il borgo, non circondato da strutture fortificate, è dominato dalla parrocchiale di San Pietro e dal castello, che nel 1682 era di propietà di Benedetto Cisa, marchese di Grésy, di Montaimont, nonché conte di Pecetto; significativa è inoltre la raffigurazione in primo piano di un poggio con filari di viti, un omaggio ai vini della zona, considerati eccellenti già nel Seicento. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C]
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        AGGIUNTA ALLA QUARTA PARTE DELL'INDIE. Di Mostri, & Usanze di quelle Parti, e di quei Re con le sue Figure al Naturalle . Raccolte novamente da Alessandro dfe' Vecchi.

      The AGGIUNTA is an eighth part of Giovanni Botero's "Le Relationi Universali ... divise in sette parti" and present only in a few copies of that work published in Venice by Alessandro de' Vecchi in 1618 and 1623. It was also issued separately. 1623, Italian text, 8vo, approximately 20 x 160 mm, 8½ x 6¼ inches, large woodcut title illustration of a seated African man with a boy, both holding sticks, the man with a parrot on his shoulder and some kind of fur cape over his back, 16 full page woodcut images depict hideous monsters and fabulous creatures, mainly part human, one shows a monstrous bird, C1v - D5r contain 13 full page woodcuts of natives of India, Africa and Arabia, plus 2 in text (a mother and small child, and a repeat of the title page image) of which 13 including the title page illustration and the 2 text images are by Hans Burgkmair and his workshop, on D7v is a full page woodcut of a tree with no caption or text, (64) pages, collation: A - D8, on D8r are the names of 2 editors: Uberto Fabro and Andrea Berna. Bound in late 19th century boards with stencilled blue and brown floral pattern, endpapers replaced in the rebinding. Head and tail of spine very slightly worn, slight rubbing to hinges and corners, very small modern bookplate on front pastedown, 2 very small pale stains on title page, small faint damp stain to top edge of most pages (10 x 40 mm wide, 3 / 8" x 1¾"), otherwise a very good clean copy housed in wrap - around chemise and morocco backed slipcase with gilt lettered leather label. Hans Burgkmair the Elder (1473?"1531) was a noted German painter and woodcut printmaker. The thirteen woodcuts by him are taken from a panorama on 5 blocks showing The Procession of the ruler of Cochin, Malabar published in 1508. These images appear only in this edition of Botero's "Le Relationi Universali ... divise in sette parti" and the previous one in 1618 and in the separate issues of the Aggiunta. SEE : A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume I, No. 1003. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Libra astronomica ac philosophica qua Galilaei Galilaei opiniones de cometis a Mario Guicucio in Florentina Academia expositae, atque in lucem nuper editae, examinantur a Lothario Sarsio Sigensano

      Engraved title vignette of one of the 1618 comets in the constellation of Libra, with large historiated initials and text diagrams. Antique calf in a contemporary style with gilt borders and gilt - ornamented spine; overall in superb condition. First edition of Grassi?s extraordinarily important and bitter attack on Galileo?s theory of the nature of comets, later inspiring Il Saggiatore. The scientists? famous dispute started the prior year with Grassi?s De tribus cometis, which Galileo (using the alias of his assistant Guiducci) followed up with his provocative Discorso della comete (1619). Grassi responded (under the pseudonym Lothario Sarsi) with this publication of Libra astronomica, in which he strongly defends the ideas of Tycho Brahe and the Jesuits. Galileo went on to publish his polemic and rhetorical masterpiece, Il Saggiatore, as a direct reply to this work. Grassi (1583 - 1654) was a Jesuit mathematician who taught at the Collegio Romano. This controversy ruined his relationship with Galileo, and earned his adversary the ire of the entire Collegio Romano ?" a major factor in his later difficulties with the Inquisition.

      [Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg]
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        Tipvs Civitatis Lvblinesis in Regno Poloniae ex omnibus partibus Mudi emporio. ter. in Ano celebrari Cosvetoclarae.

      Köln, 1618.. Altkolorierter Kupferstich, Bildausschnitt 30,5 x 49 cm, Blattgr. 39 x 50 cm.. Dekorative, nach nordwesten orientierte Gesamtanishct von Lublin, zahlriche Kirchtürme prägen das Gesicht der von einer jüdischen Vorstadt umgebenen Stadt; aus der einzigen französischen Ausgabe des 6. Bandes; abgesehen von einigen leichten Quetschfalten von ausgezeichneter Erhaltung.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Missale Romanum ? [with:] Missae Propriae ? [and:] Missa Sacratissimi Rosarii ?

      Venetiis [Venice]: Juntas, 1618. Title with engraved border, 11 full-page engravings, black chant notation on red four-line staves, [lxiii], [i], 557, [3]; 24; 14 pp., text in double columns, printed in red and black. 8vo. Bound in contemporary maroon morocco, richly gilt, black morocco inlaid panel border surrounding central inlaid entrelac design, rebacked, preserving original spine, lacking clasps and catches, a.e.g., joints rubbed, front joint starting, some light foxing throughout, contemporary and early ownership notes to endpapers.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Survay of London: Containing The Originall, Antiquitie, Encrease and more Moderne Estate of the sayd Famous Citie. As also , the Rule and Government thereof (both Ecclesiastical and Temporall) from time to time. With a brief Relation of all the Memorable Monuments and other especiall Oservations, both in and about the same Citie Written in the yeere 1598 by John Stow, Citizen of London. Since then, continued, corrected and much enlarged [by Anthony Munday], with many rare and worthy Notes, both of Venerable Antiquity and later memorie, sich as were never published before this present yeere 1618

      London: Printed by George Purslowe, 1618. First edition with Munday's additions, issue with "this present yeere 1618" rather than 1617. §4, A2,B-C8 with [*2 inserted following C2], D-Qqq8, Rrr4. Numerous woodcut historiated initials, woodcut illustration of a "quinten" on page 145. Text in black letter. 1 vols. Sm. 4to. Later sprinkled calf by Cecil & Larkins, spine gilt, red and green morocco labels. Rubbed, joints repaired, title (on a stub) skilfully and extensively repaired, Rrr4 "A Table" cut around and laid down, washed, browning and some spotting, some marginal repairs not affecting legibility. Bookplate of James Douglas. A very good, attractively bound copy of this "handy" edition of Stow's monumental work, first published in 1598. Stow's Survey

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        SAGRARIO DE TOLEDO POEMA HEROICO

      - Sagrario de Toledo. Poema heroico.- Barcelona, Estevan Liberos, 1618; en 8º pergamino de época, 5 hojas, 493 folios. Algunas viñetas grabadas. Mancha de humedad antigua en esquina inferior y algunas pérdidas de papel en hojas finales que no afectan la lectura. Muy rara segunda edición de este excepcional poema en octavas dedicado al cardenal Arzobispo de Toledo Don Bernardo de Sandoval y Rojas. Palau nº 347906.

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ]
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        Eustathii De Ismeniae & Ismenes amoribus libri XI, et Parthenii Nicaensis De amatoriis affectionibus liber unus (I. Cornario Zuiccauiensis interprete). E Graeco in latinum sermonem luculenter conversi & nunc iunctim editi.

      Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex officina Iacobi Marci, 1618.. 8vo: (IV),378 p. 19th century overlapping vellum. 14.5 cm (Ref: STCN, only 1 copy; Hoffmann 2,115 & 3,43; Schweiger 1,123 & 223; Ebert 7167; Graesse 2,527; not in Brunet) (Details: Back gilt and edges gilt; printer's device on title) (Condition: Vellum on the lower board slightly damaged by tiny wormholes; 2 hardly visible pinpoint wormholes in the spine; some slight foxing) (Note: Almost nothing is known about the byzantine author Eustathius Macrembolites. He wrote a prose romance Hysmine & Hysminias ca. 1200. The 'editio princeps' was published in 1617 in Paris by Gilbertus Gaulminus Molinensis. The Greek text is accompanied there by his Latin translation. In the introductory letter (Lectori S.) to this Latin edition of 1618 no translator is mentioned. He must however be the translator of the 'editio princeps', for it is stated there that the translation is of recent date. The book offers texts of authors 'quos docti viri Romana lingua nuper loqui fecerunt'. (p. *2 recto) The liber of Parthenius (first century B.C.) was translated by Ianus Cornarius Zuiccauiensis (Johann Cornarius von Zwickau), 1500-1558, and first published in Basel in 1513. Cornarius, a friend of Erasmus, edited and translated Greek and Latin medical writers, and is best known for his editions and translations of Hippocrates and Galenus. On p. 297 starts a Latin translation of the 'Amores', a dialogue of Lucianus. The editor and translator of Eustathius Macrembolites, the Frenchman Gilbert Gaulmin, was a magistrat et 'erudit francais', born in Moulins in 1585. He died in 1665. He was a polyglot. He knew, besides Greek and Latin, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish. His most important works are 'De operatione daemonum' attributed to Psellus (1615) ; this 'De Ismeniae & Ismenes amoribus' (1617); 'Les amours de Rhodanthe et de Dosicles' of Theodorus Prodromus (1625), 'De vita et morte Mosis' (an anonymous hebrew text, 1629). His most famous publication is his 'Livre des lumieres en la conduite des rois compose par le sage Pilpay' (1644). His audacious exegesis of some Bible books brought him imprisonment in the Bastille for some time. (Source for Gaulmin Wikipedia) This Latin translation of Eustathius Macrembolites of 1618 was reissued in Leiden in 1634 and 1644) (Collation: *2, A-O8 P6 Q-2A8 (leaf 2A8 blank) (Photographs on request).

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