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        DE MIRACULIS OCCULTIS NATURAE LIBRI IIII

      Francofurti, typis Wolfgangi Hofmanni, 1619-1628. In-24 p. (mm. 119x85), 4 opere di Lemnius in 1 vol., p. pergam. mod. con legacci, tit. ms. al dorso. Oltre all'opera "De miraculis..", pp. (16),582,(58), vi sono contenute: - "De vita cum animi et corporis incolumitate recte instituenda, liber unus": illi quidem iam postremum emendati, & aliquot capitibus aucti; hic vero nunquam antehac editus". Importante trattato che ebbe numerosiss. ediz. dopo la prima del 1559, in cui vengono affrontati molti argomenti naturali e curiosi. Unito: - "De habitu et constitutione corporis, quam Graeci triviales complexionem vocant. Libri II.." Typis Nicolai Hofmanni, 1619, pp. (16),185,(9). Unito: - "Similitudinum ac parabolarum, quae in Bibliis ex herbis atque arboribus desumuntur.. Libri II". Typis Guolphg. Hofmanni,1627, pp. (16),170. "Cet ouvrage, dans lequel l'auteur traite de l'utilité des plantes et de leur usage allégorique dans les cérémonies réligieuses, a eu beaucoup d'éditions, et il a été traduits en français et en anglais". Unito: - "De gemmis aliquot, iis praesertim quarum divus Ioannes apostolus in sua Apocalypsis meminit.. Libri duo". Typis Guolphg. Hofmanni, 1626, pp. 288 (numeraz. continua). Cfr. Biographie Universelle,XXIV, pp. 58-59: "Levin Lemnius o Lemmes, médecin, philosophe hollandais (1505-68) eut pour maitres André Vésale et Conrad Gesner; il pratiqua son art avec un tel succès, que sa reputation s'étendit bientot dans toute l'Europe. Il a laissé plusieurs ouvrages, dont le style n'est dépourvu ni de force, ni d'élégance, et qui tous ont eu un grand succès" - Wellcome,3706; 3714; 3718 - Caillet,II,6480 per "De Miraculis". Esemplare corto del margine sup. ma ben conservato.

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        Fiesole distrutta di Gio. Domenico Peri contadino d'Arcidosso al Ser.mo G. Duca di Tosc.a Cosimo secondo.

      - (In Firenze, nella Stamperia di Zanobi Pignoni, 1619), in-4, leg. settecentesca in mezza pelle, dorso a 4 nervi con titolo in oro su doppio tassello in pelle, sguardie in carta marmorizzata, pp. [6], 197, [3]. Frontespizio e ritratto dell'Autore incisi in rame da Callot; iniziali, fregi e marca tipografica (sull'ultima carta, al recto) incisi in legno. Frontespizio, ritratto e avviso ai lettori controfondati; alcuni margini rinforzati, qualche foro di tarlo restaurato con minima perdita di testo. Prima edizione. Graesse, V, p. 202. Brunet, IV, 498, Piantanida, 2831. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DISPUTATIONES DE UNIVERSO ELEMENTARI IN TRES PARTES DIVISAE. IN PRIMA DE ELEMENTIS, E MIXTIS DISPUTATUR. IN SECUNDA DE GENERATIONE, E CORRUPTIONE, E MIXTIONE,  TEMPERAMENTIS, ACTIONE, ALTERATIONE, AUGMENTO, DECREMENTO, NUTRITIONE, E CONCOSTIONE DIFFERITUR. IN TERTIA DE EXHALATIONIBUS, E VAPORIBUS, IN COMMUNI, E PARTICULARI AGITUR, DE FLAMMA, FACE, CAPRA SALTANTE, LANCEA, TRABE.DE TERRA, ASIA, AFFRICA, EUROPA, AMERICA, DE TERREMOTU, METALLIS, MONTIBUS.II frontespizio: DISPUTATIONES DE UNIVERSO PARVO MIXTO HOMINE. III frontespizio: DISPUTATIONES DE TRIPLICI UNIVERSO CAELESTI ELEMENTARI, ET MIXTO, PARVO HOMINE. Altro frontespizio subito a seguire: UNIVERSUM CAELESTE.

      VENEZIA, APUD AMBROSIONUM DEI, 1619, IBIDEM, IBIDEM, IBIDEM - Antica legatura in cartoncino color carta zucchero, dorso con nervi rilevati e con titolo manoscritto su tassello  di carta; nome dell'autore manoscritto al taglio inferiore. Al contropiatto anteriore, antica annotazione numerica; mancanza della carta di guardia anteriore. 16 pagine non numerate, compreso il frontespizio; 501 pagine numerate, bianco il verso dell'ultima; 8 pagine numerate compreso un secondo frontespizio; 160 pagine numerate con le ultime con correzione  a penna di antica mano per numerazione errata; 8 pagine non numerate compresi altri due frontespizi in sequenza, le ultime due pagine bianche;  183 pagine numerate, bianco il verso dell'ultima. All'interno della prima parte, 1 tavola fuori testo, incisa e ripiegata, raffigurante rosa dei venti; alle pagine 322 e 323 due incisioni astronomiche nel testo. L'autore, fu un dotto domenicano bergamasco, insegnò teologia a Milano, Bologna, Verona, Cremona, Venezia e Faenza, scrisse diverse opere religiose e teatrali. L'opera in esame è un interessantissimo  zibaldone delle dottrine scolastiche. Tratta praticamente tutto lo scibile scientifico; particolarmente interessanti la parte sul cibo e quella sull'astronomia. Opera davvero rara a trovarsi completa delle tre parti, Riccardi descrive solo la terza. Esemplare dall'interno in condizioni molto fresco, qualche sciupatura al dorso della fragile legatura. 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Ricchezze della Riformata Farmacopea

      Giovanni Guerigli, Venetia, Italy, 1619, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Edition UnstatedSize: Octavo (standard book size). Text is in Italian. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. First four pages of text marked with small Library stamps, but very discreetly, spine unmarked, in all other respects in good condition throughout. Edition unstated, but appears to be a very early translation, perhaps a First in Italian. Full vellum over boards, spine title "Farmac. del Quercetano", [4], 256 pages, added title page with engraving ("La farmacopea, overo, Antidotario riformato"), a translation from the Latin of "Pharmacopoea dogmaticorum restituta", by Giuseppe Quercetano. Withdrawn from the NLM library, corners and spine ends bumped, front cover curled up at fore-edge, vellum toned, text block edges soiled, a signature on front free end paper,large #24 in red pencil on page facing the added title page, a few pages have light stains which do affect readability, some occasional small spots, but overall, this book is in remarkably good condition. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Medicine & Health; Italian Language; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 009158.

      [Bookseller: Dennis Holzman Antiques]
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        An Exposition with Notes vpon the First Epistle to the Thessalonians.

      London, W. Stansby, for John Parker 1619. (8) 598 p. Rebound Leather with ribbed back and richly decorated with stamps, 4° (lacks titlepage, some pages are fixed at the margins. William Sclater 1575-1626, was an English clergyman and controversialist. Besides several volumes of sermons, Sclater was author of four exegetical and other works, which were published posthumously under the editorship of his son.).

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Mercator b. Hondius, "Ins. Ceilan quae incolis Tenarisin dicitur".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, 1619, 34 x 49,5. Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Nr. 8380:1A.1 ( mot franz. Rückseitentext ). - Dek. Karte mit 3 altkol. Kartuschen. Ostorientiert, mit Windrose, Schiff und Tieren im Kartenbild.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Sententien van 1619 en 1623 met portraiten &ce. Fine collection of some 40 prints, portraits and pamphlets on the political situation in the early Dutch Republic, with a focus on the actions taken by Maurice of Nassau against his opponents Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, Hugo Grotius and others in the years 1618-1622, with some items from later years (until 1629).

      Some titles and names: Den Nieuwen BarneValschen Handel (with verses)/ Wonderlijcke schoolhoudinghe van Mr Jan van Olden Bernevelt (...) (partly in verses)/ Ligue ofte verbintenisse bye enige Predicanten (...) (1619)/De nieusgierige hoop t'Veelhoofdich Wonder-dier (1618)/Bataviersche klachte (1623, in verse)/Bonifacius, A., Cort (...) verhael van de Arminiaensche Factie (...)(1628)/Sententien by de Gecommiteerde Raden ter Admiraliteyt (till 1629).(...), Rotterdam (...) Oost-Indische Compagnie (1629). Bound in 1 vol., 4°, contemp. Blindruled overlapping vellum, green ties partly preserved, flat spine titled in ink (occasional dampstaining). Excellent copy.

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        Examen des esprits propres et naiz aux sciences. Ou par merveilleux et vtiles secrets, tirez tant de la vraye philosophie naturelle, que diuine, est demonstree la difference des graces & habilitez qui se trouuent aux hommes.

      Chez jacques Villery 1619 - - Chez jacques Villery, A Paris 1619, In 12 (7,5x14cm), 607pp. (4), Un Vol. relié. - Nouvelle édition, rare. Cette édition, notée dernière, est parue chez trois éditeurs différents à la même date ; l'originale datant de 1580. Les plus anciennes éditions en espagnoles sont de 1573 et 1575.Plein vélin moderne. Dos lisse. Tranches mouchetées.Ce livre d'un médecin espagnol, redécouvert dans toute son importance récemment, est aujourd'hui considéré comme l'instrument précurseur de la psychiatrie et de la psychologie. Ecoutons ce qu'en dit Brunet III, 357 : "Ouvrage fait avec méthode et rempli d'érudition, mais où se trouvent beaucoup d'idées hardies et paradoxales." Huarte fut en effet le premier penseur à concilier psychologie et physiologie. 607pp. (4) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        GREGORII de VALENTIA METIMNENSIS, E Societate IESU, SACRÆ THEOLOGIAE ACADEMIA INGOLSTANDIENSI PROFESSORIS. COMMENTARIORVM THEOLOGICORVM. Tomus Quartus. COMPLECTENS MATERIAS TERTIAE PARTIS, AC SUPPLEMENTI, D. THOMAE

      Horatii Cardon, Lyon 1619 - In-folio reliure pleine basane d'epoque, dos orné, texte sur 2 colonnes, 1791 pages plus un important index.

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        Holy Bible

      London: Bonham Norton and John Bill, 1619 In modern full dark speckled calf, to style, decorative box tooling. Spine, raised bands. blind tooling, titles in gilt. Internally, new handmade endpapers, 1750 era genealogical ink notes to ffep, lacks title and all before A3, commences A3 The Epistle Dedicatory, 1st blank leaf with 18c genealogical notes, A3-A4 Text begins with Epistle Dedicatory-Translators to the Readers, A8 Book of Common Prayer The Collects (starts A4-A8 in new A). A Morning Prayer. D1 The Psalmes of David, (small paper hole @ D4). G7 Finis of Psalmes. G8 Finis of Godly Prayers + Bonham Norton and John Bill 1619 imprint at base, blank verso. A The First Book of Moses, called Genesis, Pagination error at Ff2 (shows Hh2 instead), but text continuous, Page corner missing Oo7, Ooo8 End of Apocrypha. Ppp1 New Testament tp by Norton and Bill, 1619, Mss 1737 text and paper repair to rear, Cccc4 Small worm mark, Gggg2 End of Revelations, printers 1619 imprint at base, blank verso with mss notes. A1 Booke of Psalmes Collected into English Meeter, by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, Company of Stationers, 1619, Mss 1680 notes to verso, H4 Finis. Includes the Apocrypha, usual border with heart shaped centre to the Booke of Psalmes, lacks Speeds Genealogies and Map, a little cropped in places. (STC2254. Darlow 285).

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        Días de iardin.

      - M., Bernardino de Guzmán, 1619, 21 x 16 cm., perg., 17 h. incluso portada con escudo heráldico xilográfico + 162 folios (en realidad 381 folios al tener numerosos errores de paginación). ("Se trata en este curioso libro del Arte de la Guerra, Agricultura, Juegos, Política, ideas de Maquiavelo, etc." Palau. Obra rara en comercio). MURCIA

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        ARCHAIO-PLOUTOS [Greek script - other title TIMES STORE-HOUSE] Containing, Ten following Bookes to the former TREASURIE OF AUNCIENT AND MODERNE TIMES. Being the Learned Collections, Judicious Readings & Memorable Observations: Not onely Divine, Morrall and Phylosophicall But also Poeticall, Martiall, Politicall, Historicall, Astrologicall, &c Translated out of that Worthy Spanish Gentleman, Pedro Mexia. And M. Francesco Sansovino, that Famous Italian. As also, of those Honourable Frenchmen, Anthonie du Verdier, Lord of Vaupriuaz: Loys Guyon, Sieur de la Nauche, Counsellor unto the King: Claudius Gruget, Parisian, &c.

      Printed by William Jaggard [1st edition], London 1619 - Allegorical titlepage with Royal Coat of Arms (James I) engraved by Renold Elstracke, copperplate illustrations (9 mostly full-page) + woodcuts in the text including c.20 cantonal Wappen of Swiss Cantons & cities as well as a fine full page cut of the Rut Folio contemporary calf on 6 raised bands with blind stippled rules and spine label reading Mexia 2 (spine rebacked with old relaid/corners restored) edges rouge. Engraved Title, Printed Title (with Jaggard printer's mark of flowering bough & portcullis & arm with serpent coiled around it) +[8]pp Dedic. to Reader & Table +977pp +[8]pp index. Two names at top margin of titlepage both crossed out (one reads B.V. Houghton), note to blank area partly erased causing small hole and few ink spots. A dozen pages with tears or corner loss, no loss of text but one has old inexpert tape repair. Faint damp marks mainly marginal to upper portion of first dozen pages and more towards the end, never making text illegible. A few old marginalia, pointing hands & other minor signs of use. Printed cancel slip pasted over a few lines of text at p126. *This volume deals with history in a much more organised way than Milles' previous work. The 1st & 2nd books deal with France, the next two with Switzerland, then Spain, Italy & the Romans. Much about medical knowledge & eastern cures. Finally a section on Muscovy (Russia), Ireland & Norway and magical stones and pearls (STC 17936.5). 1 volume.

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        OBRAS ESPIRITVALES que encaminan a vna alma a la perfecta vnion con Dios

      Sebastian de Cormellas al Call, Barcelona 1619 - Con una resunta dela vida del Autor, y unos discursos por el P.F. Diego de Iesus Carmelita descalzo. Prior del Convento de Toledo. (Al fin). Con licencia, en Barcelona, por Sebastian de Cormellas al Call. Año 1619. 8º M. 8 h. incluido frontis grabado, 632 p., una lámina facsimilada, 20 h. Encuadernación en plena piel. - Contiene, con nuevas portadas y escudo, "Noche Escura del Alma, y Declaracion de las canciones.". "Llama de amor viva, y declaracion de las Canciones, que tratan de la mas intima Union, y transformacion del Alma con Dios." y portada orlada: "Apvntamientos y advertencias en tres discvrsos para mas facil inteligencia de las frases místicas,.". Las tres con el mismo pie de imprenta y año. 2ª edición de esta rarísima obra. Buen ejemplar. [Rfs.: Palau nº 292640. CCPB36062-7] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Reports de . . . diuers Resolutions, & Iudgements donnes auec graund deliberation, per les tresreuerended Iudges, & Sages de la ley . . . & les raisons, & causes des dits resolutions & iudgemts [etc]. S.T.C. 5494.3

      London: Printed for the Company of Stationers [by A. Islip], 1619. Contemporary calf, rebacked, one blank defective; a very good copy An early edition (the fifth) of the first part of Coke's reports, and the last to be printed during his lifetime, in Plucknett's words "extremely select [and] [b]eyond all doubt . . . the cream of the cream from Coke's collections

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        TRATADO DE REPUBLICA, Y POLICIA CHRISTIANA; Para Reyes, y Principes, y para los que en el govierno tienen sus vezes.

      Imp. Pedro Patricio Mey a costa de Filipo Pincinali. Valencia, 1619 - . 15,5 cm. [16], 268 fol., 4 h. de índices, 1 h. Marca tipográfica en portada. Texto con apostillas marginales. Enc. en pergamino, lomera rotulada, cierres. Error de foliación (del 176 pasa al 178), pero texto completo. Restauración de taladro afectando levemente al texto. Nota manuscrita en la portada, en la que consta: "Visto, y expurgado año 1708, por comission del Santo Officio, segun el expurgatorio de el año 1707. Félix Molina." * Trata, entre otros, sobre las competencias de los reyes, la actitud que éstos deben adoptar ante las cuestiones que desconocen, las diligencias que deben emprender para la contratación de consejeros y asesores, de las cualidades (sagacidad, discreción) que debe poseer un monarca, etc. Resulta curiosa la semblanza que el religioso hace entre los cinco sentidos y algunos de los temas tratados: así, la vista se identifica con los asuntos que los reyes deben despachar personalmente; el olfato con la prudencia de los monarcas; el oído con las audiencias que deben dar; el gusto con la virtud de la templanza; y el tacto con lo que debe rehusarse o limitarse pues, dice Santa María "lo que resta es avisarles, que se guarden mucho del, sino quieren morir a sus manos, porque es una mala bestia, y que haze a los hombres bestiales". Y sentencia: "El tocar lo que no es licito, descompone el coraçon, y desbarata el anima, porque luego alli. prende el mal pensamiento, el feo movimiento, el consentimieto, y la muerte". Palau 298186. CCPB 36101-1. Política. Gobierno. Teoria política Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fundacion, excelencias, grandezas, y cosas memorables de la Antiquissima Ciudad de Huesca, assi en lo temporal, como en lo espiritual, divididas en cinco libros, cuyos sugetos dira la pagina siguiente. Recopiladas por.

      Pedro Cabarte, Huesca 1619 - Folio m, 10 h. 660 p., 2 h (índice). Pergamino época, lomo rotulado. Cortes tintados. Faltan p. 23-26 y el segundo índice, 6h. (añadidas fotocopias de esas páginas). Agujero en los cortes que no afecta a la lectura. Portada orlada y grabado con escudo de Huesca. Firma de antiguo poseedor. [Palau nº20889; CCPB000033028-0] [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La dioptrique oculaire, ou la théorique, la positive, et la mechanique de l'oculaire dioptrique en toutes ses espèces.Paris: Thomas Jolly and Simon Benard, 1671. First edition.

      Exceptional copy in contemporary red morocco of "the most exhaustive treatise on lens making in the seventeenth century. It is a six-hundred folio page long, comprehensive, cogently-argued treatise on telescope making. It contains an impressive amount of theoretical and practical, first-hand information on all of its facets - from explanations of the telescope's working principles, to descriptions of lens grinding and polishing, to rules for the right distances between lenses, to methods to find the right apertures, to descriptions of the shapes and articulations of the wooden parts and bolts and screws needed to properly point a telescope to the skies, to the construction of tubes, and so on and so forth." (Albert et al, <i>The origins of the telescope</i>, pp. 289-291).<br/><br/> "The first, shorter part of the book is devoted to the theory of vision, including the optical properties of the main parts of the eye. It follows Kepler's account but complements it with views taken from the Jesuit Christopher Scheiner's <i>Oculus</i> (1619) and <i>Rosa ursine</i> (1632). The second part, which dedicates more than one hundred pages to the theory of the telescope, pervasively shows the deep influence of Kepler's <i>Dioptrice</i>. The basic notions and axioms come from Kepler, including the approximate refraction law for angles of incidence no greater than 30º ... (pp. 8 & 25). To Kepler's results about the focus of convex lenses and meniscus, d'Orleans adds a few new results, but not a full treatment of the problem. He takes into consideration only the focus of radiation parallel to the axis of the lens. For it he finds the focal distance for a planoconvex lens, a biconvex symmetrical lens, a biconvex meniscus with two general radius of convexity, and a concavo-convex meniscus whose surfaces have two general radii. He also improves Kepler's results about the focus of two contiguous equal convex lenses. D'Orleans also takes up in full Kepler's understanding of magnification, his procedure to measure it, and his explanations for the inversion of the image (pp. 11-13 & 158). More importantly, d'Orleans closely follows Kepler's analysis of the ways in which a convex or a concave lens combine with the eye separately (pp. 67- 71 & 73-78). Next, he presents the theory of the Dutch telescope as it appears in the <i>Dioptrice</i> (pp. 80-89). The full treatment of astronomical or Keplerian telescopes is one important addition to Kepler's <i>Dioptrice</i> we find in d'Orleans' treatise (pp. 91-108). Astronomical telescopes are called telescopes 'of the second kind (oculaire dioptrique de deuxième espèce)', while the Dutch or Galilean telescopes belong to the 'first kind' (première espèce). D'Orleans' analysis of the combination of two convex lenses closely follows Kepler's. Recognising these telescopes to be the most important ones for the purposes of astronomical observation, d'Orleans carefully explains many practical problems posed by their actual construction. In particular he insists in the one physical feature that outwardly distinguishes them from Dutch telescopes, i.e. that objective lenses in Keplerian telescopes had smaller diameters than ocular lenses, which made Keplerian telescopes to be thicker at the end to which the eye was applied and thinner at the end pointed to the sky (pp. 178 & 190). The astronomical telescope occupies pride of place in the carefully designed frontispiece of d'Orleans' treatise. Other second-kind telescopes may include three, four or even five convex lenses (pp. 109-118). Their properties are explained with the same techniques Kepler (and d'Orleans) used to explain the combination of two convex lenses (exemplified above by the demonstration of Dioptrice's proposition 107). The second important theoretical addition to Kepler's <i>Dioptrice</i> we find in d'Orleans' treatise concerns the theory of microscopes with one, two and three convex lenses (pp. 125-140), a topic Kepler ignored. The last and longer division of d'Orleans' <i>Dioptrique oculaire</i> (almost 300 pages) concerns the 'positive and mechanical' parts of telescope making, i.e. the actual construction of tubes and its parts, and techniques for lens grinding and polishing. In the opening pages of his treatise d'Orleans claims himself to be Kepler's 'follower', and calls Kepler the main author of the 'modern theory' (doctrine moderne) of dioptrics." (Albert et al, <i>The Origins of the Telescope</i>, pp. 289-291).<br/><br/> "Cherubin discusses the effects of various kinds of glasses on the eye and explains his techniques for grinding lenses. He first describes an early, stationary, compound microscope; he provides possibly the earliest description of the scioptric" (Albert et al, <i>Source book of ophthalmology</i>, p. 60). "The French Capuchin friar Chérubin d'Orleans (1613-97), real name Michel Lasséré) published a large volume in 1671 on optics, in which, among other subjects, he describes his invention of a rhombic pantograph apparatus attached to a telescope and drawing board, by which accurate drawings of distant objects could be made. The point of the inner rhombus was located in the common focal plane of the objective lens and the eyepiece, and a pencil was placed in the joint of the outer rhombus. Thus with a stationary scene and a rigidly mounted telescope plus its accessories, it would be feasible to make enlarged drawings of distant scenes, etc." (Whitaker, <i>Mapping and naming the moon</i>, p. 76. Whitaker notes that the instrument is depicted in one of two full-moon images in the book, that the instrument would not be suitable for a moving image such as the moon, and that Cherubin has plagiarised Hevelius). Cherubin was famous for his binoculars and binocular microscopes and telescopes, a number of which have survived to this day. Their construction is described in detail in Daumas, <i>Scientific instruments of the 17th and 18th centuries</i>, pp. 32 and 38. Cherubin also invented the adjustable stage for a microscope: "Chérubin arranged to focus the object by screwing the base up and down by means of a screw in the centre of the base. This appears to be the first instance of a focusing screw being applied to the stage of a microscope" (Clay and Court, <i>History of the microscope</i>, p. 82). "Chérubin d'Orléans, a prolific microscope- and telescope maker, both ground and polished his lenses with one and the same tool. He used fine sandstone for an abrasive and, after the grinding process, covered his tool with silk rubbed over with wet putty. On other occasions he paper-polished his lenses, but in both cases he departed from Huygens' use of a long pole. Instead, he stuck a short handle to the lens and ground it by hand on the brass tool" (King, <i>History of the telescope</i>, p. 57).The frontispiece was designed by Jean le Pautre (1618-1682) and engraved by Gerard Edelinck (1640-1707). The two double-page full-moon images feature cherubim (perhaps a visual pun on the author's name) at the corners wielding a variety of optical instruments, including a binocular telescope that Cherubin invented. The plates were designed by Cherubin and engraved by L. Cossinus. Other plates depict lens-grinding lathes and other apparatus, and microscopes and telescopes. One plate depicts the movement of sunspots on two solar discs.. Folio (365 x 235 mm), fully complete: pp. [2:blanks] [xlviii, including frontispiece], 419 [1:blank], [30:index] plus 57 engraved plates (of which 6 are double), and three engraved plates in text, bound in contemporary fine red morocco, raised bands, with elaborate gilting, all edges gilt, entirely unrestored. An amazing copy. Ex libris inscription dated 1700 to title page, printed label from the Parisian science publisher and antiquarian bookseller J.B.M. Duprat pasted to second blank before the frontispiece. Lower inner corner with a light water stain, a 35 mm closed tear to the frontispiece in this area, a few leaves with light browning (but much less than what usually effects this work)

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        GEISTLICHE HERTZBLUM Das ist: Anmutiges und kräfftiges Bettbuch/ darin solche Gebett auff die fürnemlsten Feste deß Jahres nach der Ordnung begriffen welche mit allein das Herz einer andächtigen Person inn der Andacht stercken...

      Ingolstatt., Gregor Haenlin., 1619.. 598 Seiten, 15,5x8,5 cm. ganzseitiger Kupferstich, Titelseite in Zweifarbdruck. Leder der Zeit mit 2 Messingschließen an Lederlaschen, Rücken berieben mit kleinen Fehlstellen, Kanten bestossen, Titelseite lose, sonst schönes Exemplar, SEHR SELTEN..

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        Discorsi di Enea Vico Parmigiano, sopra le medaglie de gli antichi. Divisi in due libri, oue si dimostrano notabili errori de Scrittori Antichi, e Moderni, intorno alle Historie Romane. Con due tauole, l'una de' capitoli, l'altra delle cose piu notabili. Opera restituta da Gi. Battista du Vallio.

      Pariggi [Paris], Maceo Ruette 1619 - Royal octavo (230 x 170mm). Pp. 112, (16). Woodcut head- and tail-pieces, many illustrated initials. Hardcover, bound in full pale calf, rebacked, panelled sides roll-tooled in blind, floral corner-pieces, rubbed and chafed in places, spine with raised bands, endpapers bit creased, few brown spots. A very good copy in fine internal condition. ~ Lipsius p. 422. Cf. Cicognara 3054, listing the first edition of 1555. Vico Enea (1523-1567). A native of Parma, he worked mostly in Florence. Published "Augustarum imagines aereis formis expressae". Provenance: The Samuel Weare Gardiner's (1821-1866) copy(?), with the armorial bookplate bearing the motto of the Order of the Garter "Honi soit qui mal y pense" ("Shame upon him who thinks evil of it"), mounted onto first pastedown; and with the heraldic bookplate of the Deene Library, "En grace affie" ("On grace depend"), mounted onto verso of title-page. Both plates, finely engraved on copper, are of particular charm.

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        Triumpho del monarcha Philippo Tercero en la felicissima entrada de Lisboa?.

      Lisbon, Jorge Rodrigues, 1619. - Portuguese royal arms on title-page, woodcut initials, woodcut floral vignette on B4 recto, E1 verso, and verso of final leaf. (4), 66 leaves. [ ]4, A?H8, I2. Small 4°, nineteenth?century purple quarter sheep over marbled boards, gilt letters (spine browned). An unwashed copy, but with waterstains, mostly small and light at lower outer corner; however, in 25 leaves a bit darker, apparently due to some mud in the water, mostly in blank margins but affecting some text, though not affecting legibility; overall in very good condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Poem in six cantos of @Octava rima on the subject of the entry of King Philip III of Spain [Philip II of Portugal] into Lisbon in 1619. The Hapsburg king was genuinely popular in Portugal at this time. In a note to his translation of Ticknor's @History of Spanish Literature, Pacual de Gayangos described this work as "obra de bastante ingenio, escrita en octavas fáciles y armoniosas . . . ." A native of Setubal, the author was a lawyer who had studied both civil and canon law with distinction at Coimbra University. Mausinho is sometimes catalogued as Mousinho, Quevedo as Quebedo, and Castel?Branco as Castelo?Branco, Castelbranco or Castelobranco.---- Arouca Q18. Innocêncio VII, 410. Barbosa Machado III, 777. Palau 183708?9 (citing a copy with the impossible date of 1610; then citing a note which says the book was printed in 1619, with doubts; no collation). Nicolau Antonio @Nova II, 322. Pinto de Matos (1970), p. 425. Alenda y Mira 707. Garcia Peres pp. 474?5. Simón Díaz XV, nº 4074 (w/o collation or location). HSA p. 374. Jerez p. 66 (the HSA copy). Palha 824. Salvá 782. Heredia 2201. Ticknor, @História de la literatura española (1854) Gayangos, trans. & ed., III, 534. Azevedo-Samodães 2032. Ameal 1478. Not in Goldsmith. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Varias poesias de Francisco Lopez de Zarate natural de la ciudad de Logroño.

      por la viuda de Alonso Martin de Balboa,, Madrid: 1619 - 4 hojas, 99 folios. Encuadernación original en pergamino. Alguna sombra de suciedad ocasional y humedad muy difusa. En la portada hay una inscripción antigua borrada. Con todos estos minimos defectos se trata de un ejemplar absolutamente genuino. Palau 142262. Poeta conocido en su época como el "Caballero de la Rosa" y "el Poeta de la Rosa", por ser el autor de una composición especialmente brillante dedicada a esta flor. Estudió en Salamanca y, tras una corta carrera militar, entró al servicio de Rodrigo Calderón y el duque de Lerma -del que fue secretario-, quienes le confiaron misiones muy delicadas y le admitieron en la Secretaría del Estado. Las hojas 31 a 70 contienen el poema en 233 octavas "Fiestas de la traslación del Santissimo Sacramento a la Iglesia Mayor de Lerma." Su Poema heroico de la invención de la Cruz, (1468, aunque se supone que existe una edición de 1618) fue admirada por los grandes escritores de su época, especialmente por Cervantes.

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        ARCHAIO-PLOUTOS [Greek script - other title TIMES STORE-HOUSE] Containing, Ten following Bookes to the former TREASURIE OF AUNCIENT AND MODERNE TIMES. Being the Learned Collections, Judicious Readings & Memorable Observations: Not onely Divine, Morrall and Phylosophicall But also Poeticall, Martiall, Politicall, Historicall, Astrologicall, &c Translated out of that Worthy Spanish Gentleman, Pedro Mexia. And M. Francesco Sansovino, that Famous Italian. As also, of those Honourable Frenchmen, Anthonie du Verdier, Lord of Vaupriuaz: Loys Guyon, Sieur de la Nauche, Counsellor unto the King: Claudius Gruget, Parisian, &c

      London: Printed by William Jaggard [1st edition], 1619. Hardcover. Good+. Allegorical titlepage with Royal Coat of Arms (James I) engraved by Renold Elstracke, copperplate illustrations (9 mostly full-page) + woodcuts in the text including c.20 cantonal Wappen of Swiss Cantons & cities as well as a fine full page cut of the Rut Folio contemporary calf on 6 raised bands with blind stippled rules and spine label reading Mexia 2 (spine rebacked with old relaid/corners restored) edges rouge. Engraved Title, Printed Title (with Jaggard printer&#39;s mark of flowering bough & portcullis & arm with serpent coiled around it) +[8]pp Dedic. to Reader & Table +977pp +[8]pp index. Two names at top margin of titlepage both crossed out (one reads B.V. Houghton), note to blank area partly erased causing small hole and few ink spots. A dozen pages with tears or corner loss, no loss of text but one has old inexpert tape repair. Faint damp marks mainly marginal to upper portion of first dozen pages and more towards the end, never making text illegible. A few old marginalia, pointing hands & other minor signs of use. Printed cancel slip pasted over a few lines of text at p126. *This volume deals with history in a much more organised way than Milles&#39; previous work. The 1st & 2nd books deal with France, the next two with Switzerland, then Spain, Italy & the Romans. Much about medical knowledge & eastern cures. Finally a section on Muscovy (Russia), Ireland & Norway and magical stones and pearls (STC 17936.5).

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        Epítome de la Fundación de la Provincia del Andaluzia de la Orden de los Mínimos del Glorioso Patriarcha San Francisco de Paula

      Joan René, Málaga 1619 - 8º, (14) hoj., 621 p., (2) hoj. Portada con escudo. Pleno pergamino, nervios, hilos dorados. Ejemplar óptimo. Narración de las fundación de la Orden Franciscana andaluza y de los conventos creados en la provincia, basada de un Epítome anónimo encontrado por el autor en sus recorridos por las tierras andaluzas. Texto enmarcado con apostilllas marginales. Al final, tabla de las cosas más notables contenidas en el Epítome. (Palau, 180834). Órdenes religiosas. Andalucía. Religious orders. Andalusia.

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        Artesia Comit (Artois/France)

      Amsterdam 1619 - Engraving with original hand-color. Sheet size: 17 3/4 x 21". Inventory#: p1315pmat.

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        Oculus hoc est: Fundamentum Opticum, in quo ex accurata Oculi Anatome, abstrusarum experientiarum sedula pervestigatione, ex invisis specierum visibilium tam everso quam erecto situ spectaculis, necnon soldidis rationum momentis Radius Visualis ervitur; sua Visioni in Oculo sedes decernitur; Anguli Visorii ingenium aperitur

      Finely engraved allegorical frontis. & numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. 7 p.l. (incl. frontis.), 254 pp. 4to, cont. limp vellum over boards (first & last few leaves with faint dampstaining), ties gone. Innsbruck: D. Agricola, 1619. First edition, and a fine copy, of one of the most famous and important works in the history of optics. In this book, Scheiner demonstrated for the first time that the retina is the actual organ of sight and explained the pupil changes known as "accommodation." He also devised the pin-hole test ("Scheiner&#39;s test") to illustrate accommodation and refraction. "The intricate frontispiece depicts a &#39;camera obscura&#39; and a system of inverting lenses, as well as the newly-invented telescope. The peacock in the foreground carries a double meaning, representing not only the science of optics, but the overly prideful Galileo."-Linda Hall Library, Jesuit Science in the Age of Galileo, 9. A fresh copy. Early signature on title of "P.D. Huet." This is most certainly the famous French scholar and scientist Pierre Daniel Huet (1630-1721), who, being short-sighted, devoted his anatomical studies to the question of vision and the formation of the eye. He made more than 800 dissections (see Encycl. Brit.). &#10087; D.S.B., XII, pp. 151-52. Garrison-Morton 1480. .

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        Of the Nature and Use of Lots; a Treatise Historical and Theologicall

      London: Edward Griffin, 1619. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition. Early vellum backed plain boards worn and soiled, text block sound but loose in the binding, detached from the spine, front pastedown browned. Front endpaper with a tide mark, title worn and with an old paper repair along the top edge with some loss to an old signature. A similar repair to the slightly rumpled dedication page, and moderate browning and light edgewear to the next few and last few pages. Light browning at the edges and a few very minor tears in the margin, slight general rippling to the paper, but and a few pencilled notes and manicules in the margins, but a good copy. (12), 360pp. & & The rare first edition of Gataker&#39;s argument that casual use of dice (i.e. not divinatory use) was acceptable and not impious. Though it took the Church some time (in fact, the better part of a century) to come around, Gataker&#39;s treatise was the first argument for this view - and scrupulous, as was his wont. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Games & Gaming; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 045181.

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        Le Ricchezze della Riformata Farmacopea

      Giovanni Guerigli, Venetia, Italy 1619 - Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text is in Italian. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. First four pages of text marked with small Library stamps, but very discreetly, spine unmarked, in all other respects in good condition throughout. Edition unstated, but appears to be a very early translation, perhaps a First in Italian. Full vellum over boards, spine title "Farmac. del Quercetano", [4], 256 pages, added title page with engraving ("La farmacopea, overo, Antidotario riformato"), a translation from the Latin of "Pharmacopoea dogmaticorum restituta", by Giuseppe Quercetano. Withdrawn from the NLM library, corners and spine ends bumped, front cover curled up at fore-edge, vellum toned, text block edges soiled, a signature on front free end paper,large #24 in red pencil on page facing the added title page, a few pages have light stains which do affect readability, some occasional small spots, but overall, this book is in remarkably good condition. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Medicine & Health; Italian Language; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 009158. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Holy Bible

      London: Bonham Norton and John Bill, 1619 In modern full dark speckled calf, to style, decorative box tooling. Spine, raised bands. blind tooling, titles in gilt. Internally, new handmade endpapers, 1750 era genealogical ink notes to ffep, lacks title and all before A3, commences A3 The Epistle Dedicatory, 1st blank leaf with 18c genealogical notes, A3-A4 Text begins with Epistle Dedicatory-Translators to the Readers, A8 Book of Common Prayer The Collects (starts A4-A8 in new A). A Morning Prayer. D1 The Psalmes of David, (small paper hole @ D4). G7 Finis of Psalmes. G8 Finis of Godly Prayers + Bonham Norton and John Bill 1619 imprint at base, blank verso. A The First Book of Moses, called Genesis, Pagination error at Ff2 (shows Hh2 instead), but text continuous, Page corner missing Oo7, Ooo8 End of Apocrypha. Ppp1 New Testament tp by Norton and Bill, 1619, Mss 1737 text and paper repair to rear, Cccc4 Small worm mark, Gggg2 End of Revelations, printers 1619 imprint at base, blank verso with mss notes. A1 Booke of Psalmes Collected into English Meeter, by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, Company of Stationers, 1619, Mss 1680 notes to verso, H4 Finis. Includes the Apocrypha, usual border with heart shaped centre to the Booke of Psalmes, lacks Speeds Genealogies and Map, a little cropped in places. (STC2254. Darlow 285).

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        De febribus libri IV.

      Zacharias Schürch (Titelseite) u. Johann Richter (Druckmarke)., Wittenberg, 1619 - Wittenberg, Zacharias Schürch (Titelseite) u. Johann Richter (Druckmarke). 1619. 8°. (8) Bl., 1090 S. (18) Bl. Pergamentband der Zeit (etwas fleckig). VD17 23:240482P. - Hirsch V, 366. - Krivaty 10919. - Vgl. Wellcome I, 5926 (für die 3. Ausg., Paris, 1633. - Vgl. Garisson & Morton 2196 (für die 2. Ausg., Lyon, 1627). - Erste Ausgabe dieses wichtigen Werkes über Fieber. Sennert (1572-1637) studierte u.a. in Wittenberg, wo er 1601 promovierte und 1602 einen frei gewordenen Lehrstuhl besetzte. Zu den Chemiatrikern gehörend und über gute philosophische Kenntnisse verfügend versuchte er die Lehren von Paracelsus und Galen zu verbinden. - Durchgehend nur minim stockfleckig und gebräunt. - Résumé: First edition of this important monograph on fevers. Sennert (1572-1637) became professor at Wittenberg, was well known as teacher, physician and author and "was a defender of Galen's humoral pathology and was strongly rooted in the ancient traditions of medical thought" (HOH). - Contemporary vellum (stained). Throughout slightly stained. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les Reports de . . . diuers Resolutions, & Iudgements donnes auec graund deliberation, per les tresreuerended Iudges, & Sages de la ley . . . & les raisons, & causes des dits resolutions & iudgemts [etc]. S.T.C. 5494.3

      Printed for the Company of Stationers [by A. Islip], London 1619 - Contemporary calf, rebacked, one blank defective; a very good copy An early edition (the fifth) of the first part of Coke's reports, and the last to be printed during his lifetime, in Plucknett's words "extremely select [and] [b]eyond all doubt . . . the cream of the cream from Coke's collections"

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        A Catalogue and Succession of the Kings, Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, and Viscounts of this Realme of England, since the Norman Conquest, to the present yeare 1619. Together with their Armes, Wives and Children: collected by Raphe Brooke Esquire,

      London: by William Jaggard, 1619. FIRST EDITION. 1 volume, folio, pp.[58], 276, [4], with the final leaves of contents æFaults escapedÆ and æErrataÆ, 14 additional blank leaves inserted in the front and 7 in the rear. Bound in fine contemporary full limp vellum over cords, hinges fine, vellum somewhat dirty, minor damp stain to lover corner of first few leaves otherwise fine, many of the shields have been filled in in ink in a near contemporary hand, full page of contemporary notes to first blank endleaf contemporary ownership signature to last blank leaf of "Earl of Rochester - Kent". Overall a VERY GOOD copy in it&#39;s original binding. One of the earliest attempts at a printed peerage of the English nobility - and one of only 500 copies printed by William Jaggard, printer of the 1623 first folio edition of Shakespeare. STC 3832

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        Observationum et Curationum Medicinalium ac Chirurgicarum. Opera Omnia.

      Frankfurt, Z. Palthenius Erben,1619.. 1. Gesamtausgabe in Folio. 7 Teile in 2 Bänden. Folio. Spät. Leder mit Rückenschildern. Gering beschabt und mit einigen Wurmspuren. Innen meist stark gebräunt, stellenweise im Kopfsteg fleckig, vereinzelt leichte Wurmpuren.. Krivatsy 4184; Wellcome I, 2374/75, 2377, 2379 (die Einzelteile); mit diesem Haupttitel nicht im VD 17. Erste Gesamtausgabe in folio, aus Einzeldrucken zusammengesetzt. Enthält: Observatorium medicinalium libri 1-32 in 5 Teilen (= 3 Bände, datiert 1614, 1614 u. 1609) und die Observationum chirurgicarum libri 1-9 (= 2 Bände, datiert 1610 u. 1611).

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        Gerichtsordnung in Franken/Bayern, Würzburg, anno 1619, selten

      Gerichtsordnung in Franken/Bayern, ,619,. Gerichtsordnung in Franken/Bayern, Würzburg, anno 1619, selten Deß hochlöblichen Stiffts Wirtzburgs unnd Hertzogthumbs zu Francken Keyserlichen Landtgerichts Ordnung : auch sonderbahre gebräuch und herkommen, wie es in gedachtem Stifft und Hertzogthumb, in Landtgerichtsfällen, als mit Erbschafften, Vormundtschafften, Ehebethetignungen, Vermächtnussen, Einkindtschafften, so wol dem Gerichtlichen Proceß, dieser und aller anderer Landgerichts sachen biß hero, und ins künfftig zuhalten. Ort/Jahr: Gedruckt in der Fürstlichen Hauptstatt Wirtzburg, durch Stephanum Fleischmann, 1619. Würzburg: Fleischmann, 1619. 317 Seiten 4°, orig. Pappeinb., berieben bestossen, gering gebräunt. BITTE DEN UNTEREN LINK ANKLICKEN UM DAS BUCH ONLINE ZU LESEN.

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        Veterum scriptorum, qvi Cæsarum et imperatorum germanicorum res per aliqvot secula gestas, literis mandarunt.

      2 vols. in one. 2nd issue. Hanau: Typis Wechelianis, impensis Danielis ac Davidis Aubriorum, & Clementis Schleichij 1619. Med 2 kobberstukne trykkermærker. Fol. (8)+734+(42) s. Samt. marmoreret helperg. med rigt forgyldt rygtitel. Stærkt brunplettet. With 2 engr. printer's marks. Contp. marbled vellum, spine richly gilt. Heavily browned throughout

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        Tractatus De Commerciis Et Cambio. In quo non minus opportune, quam iuxta occasionem copiose tractatur de mora, interesse, vsura, solemnitate scrupturae, asse in pondere, & valore, de moneta, solutionibus, oblatione, deposito, praescriptionibus, compensationibus, iuriu cessionibus, delegationibus, adiudicatione nominis debitori, hypotheca, adiecto, manifestatione, cessione bonorum, legitimatione personarum, curatore dando haereditati, & de modo procedendi in cuasis cambiorum. Ad sanctiss virginem mariam Matrem Dei.

      Romae, Sumptibus Andreae Brugiotti, Ex Typographia Iacobi Mascardi, 1619.. (8) 755 S., (1) S. Corrigenda, (122) S. Index, gr.qt., Pgmt., unt. Kap. beschädigt, Eckn. st. bestoßen, hs. getilgt. Besitzvermerk u. ält. StaT., erste Bl. m. Randläs., letzte Bl. m. kl. Wurmspur. *** Sonderangebot: dieses Antiquariat bietet ZVAB-Kunden einen Umzugsrabatt von 50% auf sämtliche Preise. Preis ohne Nachlass EUR: 5.450.-. Einaudi -. Goldsmiths -. Jöcher IV, 185. Kress 369. Palgrave III, 360. - Erste Ausgabe. - "... On the subject of loans, though he still adheres to canonical law, he endeavours to reconcile them to the movement of thought in his time, to diminish their severity, and to encourage comparatively liberal ideas. Scaccia ... feels the necessity of justifying certain credit operations of undoubted economic utility, and of modifying the theory of illegality of usury so as to meet the requirements of trade. ..."

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        "Mons Sanctus Andechs". Blick auf den Klosterberg.

      . Kupferstich aus C. Stengel, Monasteriologia, Augsburg, 1619, 12 x 16 cm.. Auf der vollen Buchseite mit dem lateinischen Text. Schöner, gratiger Abzug dieser seltenen Ansicht.

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        Veterum scriptorum, qvi Caesarum et imperatorum germanicorum res per aliqvot secula gestas, literis mandarunt.

      . 2 vols. in one. 2nd issue. Hanau: Typis Wechelianis, impensis Danielis ac Davidis Aubriorum, & Clementis Schleichij 1619. Med 2 kobberstukne trykkermaerker. Fol. (8)+734+(42) s. Samt. marmoreret helperg. med rigt forgyldt rygtitel. Staerkt brunplettet. With 2 engr. printer's marks. Contp. marbled vellum, spine richly gilt. Heavily browned throughout..

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Ger. Mercator b. Hondius, "Candia cum Insulis aliqot circa Graeciam".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, 1619, 34 x 48. Darstellung von Kreta ( 23,5 x 48), darüber 6 kleine Karten der Inseln Korfu, Zante, Milos, Nicsia, Santorin und Scarpanto und in der Mitte Kartusche. - Zacharias ( 2.. Aufl.) Nr. 1450 und Abb. Nr. 284. Vergl. auch Koemann Me 26A ( Kustode Ggggggg ).

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        ELEUSINIA. Sive, de cereris Eleusinae sacro, ac festo. Liber Singularis. [&] PANATHENAEA. Sive, de Minervae illo gemino festo, Liber Singularis.

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leyden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1619 - First Elzevir editions, 4to, pp. (16), 104; (8), 48. Original full vellum. Fine clean fresh copy but with neat, clean original vellum re-casing or old vellum re-backing. Sheets clean, crisp, unmarked, complete. H5843 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tractatvs Des Gottseligen/ frommen/Hocherleuchten/ vnd Geistreichen Mannes gottseliger Gedächtnuß/ Pauli Lautensacks/. des ältern Mahlers vnd Bürgers in Nürmberg/ Von ihme geschrieben und hinterlassen Anno 1545.

      Franckfurt am Mayn. bey Lucas Jennis, 1619. - mit Titelvignette, Kopfleiste, Schlußvignette und 2 Faltblättern, 8°. 19,2 x 15,4 cm. 70 S. (1) Leerblatt Seiten, In gutem Zustand. moderne Nachbindung als Pappband mit neuen Vorsätzen, beide künstlich gealtert, der Buchblock gebräunt, die Stege teils etwas braunfleckig, das Leerblatt am Ende des Bandes mit Abklatsch der letzten Seite, repariertem Rand und Bräune. moderne Nachbindung, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Biblia polyglotta]. Biblia hebraica eorundem latina interpretatio Xantis Pagnini lucensis. [with] Novum Testamentum Graecum. Cum vulgata interpretatione Latina Graeci contextus lineis inserta: quae quidem interpretatio cum a Graecarum dictionum proprietate descedit, sensum, videlicet, magis quam verba exprimens, in margine libri est collocata: atque alia Ben. Ariae Montani Hispalensis opera e verbo reddita, ac diverso characterum genere distincta, in eius est substituta locum

      Aureliae Allobrogum [Geneva]: Apud Petrum de la Roviere, 1619. Folio (36 cm; 13.5"). 2 vols. I: [5 of 12] ff., 183, [1], 283, [1], 84, 203, [1 (blank)] pp. II: [4] ff., 271, [1 (blank)] pp., 167, [1] pp., [20] ff., [2] ff., 70 pp., [6] ff. A later printing of the text of the Hebrew O.T. and the Greek N.T. as edited by Benito Arias Montano for the Royal Antwerp Polyglot. The Hebrew and Greek texts are printed in double columns, with interlinear Latin translation. Following the N.T. are several but not all of the O.T. Apocrypha; included are additions to Daniel (!), in Hebrew with interlinear Latin. After the O.T. Apocrypha is "Romana corretiones in Latinis Bibliis editionis vulgatae iussu Sixti V. pontificis . . . loca insigniora observata & denuo aucta a Francisco luca Brugensi." Provenance: Note at front of vol. I detailing that these volumes were owned successively by Rev. Samuel Danforth (1627&#150;74) of Roxbury, MA and the Rev. John Danforth (1652&#150;1730) of Dorchester, MA. Their respective signatures appear at the top of the index of vol. II ("Index rerum et senteniarum Veteris ac Novi Testamenti"). Samuel, notably, was a Puritan minister, preacher, poet, and astronomer, and associate of the Rev. John Eliot. Ex&#150;Andover Newton Theological. => The number of Bibles that can be traced to Puritan ministers and that are not in institutional collections is very, very small. This is a distressed copy with a great provenance, priced for its faults. Darlow & Moule 4667 (Greek N.T.); 5117 (Hebrew O.T.). 19th-century acid-stained sheep in the Spanish style. Raised bands, each volume with two spine labels. Vol. I lacking engraved and printed titles and six preliminary leaves; vol. II retaining its printed title-page. Some marginal repairs, some later notes by a scholar in some margins and added to blank leaves and pages. A foxed and waterstained copy. Again: Priced in accordance with its faults.

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        Italia Antiqua Philippo Cluvero Borusso Designatore.

      1619 - Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius jnr, 1619. Coloured. 360 x 500mm. An exceptional impression of this map of ancient Italy, engraved by Jodocus Hondius and published in Bertius's 'Theatrum Geographiæ Veteris'. It was not until 1630 that Jansson used this plate in his editions of the Mercator atlas. BORRI: 68; KOEMAN: Ber 1.

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        Publii Ovidii Nasonis Opervm [Operum]. Tomvs I. quo continentur Heroidum Epistole. Amorum Libri III. De arte Amandi Libri tres. Et alia, qua aversa pagella indicat. Tomvs II. quo continenturMetamorphoseon Libri XV. Tomvs II. quo continentur Fastorum Libri VI. Tristium Libri V. De Ponto Libri IV. Dira in Ibin. Halieuticon Fragmentum.

      Amsterdam, Guilielmum Ianssonium [Caesius], 1619.. Frontispiz + Titel + 260 S. + 2 Leerbll. + Zwischentitel + 272 + Zwischentitel + 304 S. OPgm. der Zeit.. In latein. Sprache. Vgl. KW 760 K 41 bzw. KW 1785 E 121. Drei Bände in einem gebunden. - Ausgeschnittenes Papierwappen a. V., ausführliche hds. Notizen a. V., St. a. verso des Frontspiz, Besitzsign. a. Titeln, einige Anm. im T., Gbrsp., R. fachmännisch m. Japanpapier restauriert. - (Sprache: Lateinisch)

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        JOURNAL OU DESCRIPTION DU MERVEILLEUX VOYAGE; Hollandois natif de Hoorn, fait es ann?s 1615, 1616, & 1617. Comme (en circumnavigeant le Globe terrestre) il a descouvert vers le Zd du destroit de Magellan un nouveau passage, jusques ? la grande Mer de Zud. Ensemble, des avantures admirables qui luy sont advenues en descouvrant de plusieurs Isles, & peuples estranges.

      Chez Harman Ianfon, Marchand Libraire,, Amsterdam: 1619 - 88 pp. Later edition; text in French; earlier French edition 1618, preceded by the first edition, in Dutch, 1617. 3/4 dark brown leather; marble boards with gilt lettering stamped across the spine; black and white headbands; manila endpapers; very minor worm remnant 2 plates; binder's cut affecting marginalia and some text; binding tight; boards clean; crisp interior; 5 double-page plates; 2 fold-out maps; 2 double-page maps; see additional images provided; more images sent upon request. Willem Schouten was sailing for the Dutch and looking for an alternate route around South America (distinct from the Strait of Magellan) when he passed south of the Magellan Strait and continued east of Tierra del Fuego and through the Strait of Le Maire. He continued south into the Drake Passage and headed west, passing by the island (point farthest south in the Americas) he named Hoorn (for his home town in the Netherlands). He continued across the Pacific and around the world. After returning to Amsterdam and publishing his first account in Dutch, the work was translated into many languages. This is the second French edition, 1619. I have personally been on and by Hoorn (Horn) Island many times and sadly it looks nothing like the splendid double page illustration herein. . . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SVPER Divam Apocalypsin Iohannis Evangelistae et Apostoli: , h. Compendiosa via Sev Perfecta Methodus ad veram Theologiam, h.s. ad ommne genus scientiarum.

      Franckfurt am Mayn. bey Lucas Jennis zu finden, 1619. - mit Titelholzschnitt, Holzschnittleiste und Eingangsinitial, 8°. 20,0 x 15,5 cm. (1) Bl., 19-173 Seiten, In gutem Zustand. moderner Pappband mit neuen Vorsätzen, beide künstlich gealtert, der Buchblock durchgängig etwas gebräunt, in den Rändern teils etwas stärker, der Farbschnitt teils etwas verblasst. Avctore M. Valentino Weigelio, Anno 1592, 28. Iannuarij - sehr selten, kein Exemplar in deutschen Bibliotheken - mit zahlreichen Textfiguren, darunter auch zwei ganzseitige Abbildungen und drei montierte Tabellen und Abbildungen, eine davon mit umfangreichem gedruckten Text, auf Seite 59 Zwischentitel : Tractatvs vom Opere Mirabili Von der Creutzigung vnd Brechung der Capiteln vnd underscheyden. Vom grossen und gantzen Werck des Heiligen Geistes, Geschrieben im Jahr 1588, den 22.Tag Iannuarij Durch VDALRICVM Wegweiser Vtopiensem, Franckfurt am Mayn bey Lucas Jennis zu finden Im Jahre 1619, weitere Zwischentitel auf den Seiten 151: Essaiae 5. Cap. Wehe denen / die Böses Guth / Vnd Gutes Böß heissen/ die auß Fünsternuß Liecht/ vnd aus Liecht Fünsternuß machen: die auß Sawer Süß/ und auß Süß Sawer machen, und auf Seite 170: Von der Huren vnd grossen Hurerey vnd Grewel vff Erden / welches da ist die Mutter vnd geistliche Babylon/ davon im 17. Capitel Apocalypsis gemeldet würde, - die nach der Zählung fehlenden Seiten am Beginn am vorliegenen Buch nicht entfernt, möglicherweise ein Vorwort, das hier nicht mit eingebunden wurde. moderne Nachbindung, mit Dreiseitenfarbschnitt, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1) Ein Anzeigung mit Schrifft / Was in der Erbarn Frawen Gundelfingerin Behausung am spitzen Berg/ daselbsten in.

      Franckfurt am Mayn. bey Lucas Jennis, 1619. - 2 in 1, Titel mit Holzschnittleiste, eine Faltabbildung , ungezählt, zweiseitig, 8°. 19,2 x 15,5 cm. 50 / 15 Seiten, In gutem Zustand. moderne Nachbindung als Pappband mit neuen Vorsätzen, beide künstlich gealtert, der Buchblock gebräunt, mit Marginalien und Anstreichungen, zwei Seiten im Vorderschnitt alt repariert und dadurch mit Bräunung einiger Seiten an der Reparaturstelle. volle Titel: - (1) Ein Anzeigung mit Schrifft / Was in der Erbarn Frawen Gundelfingerin Behausung am spitzen Berg/ daselbsten in ihrem Soller vor gemähle ist angestellt/ Nemlich das erste theil von der Offenbarung Jesu Christi, Paulus Lautensack der Elter ein Mahler, Anno 1538 (gedruckt 1619), - (2) - Ander Theil/ Darinn begrieffen die Erklahrung mit Figuren und Sprüchen Heiliger Schrifft vber vorgehende Bücherlein Pauli Lautensacci / einen liechteren vnd völligern Verstandt in gemeldten Büchern zuerzeichen / gestellet von M. V. Weigelio gewesenen Pfarherren zu Zschopau, Franckfurt am Mayn bey Lucas Jennis zu finden . Im Jahre 1619, dieser Titel mit Holzschnittvignette, Kopfleiste und Initiale, Schlußvignette (alles in Holzschnitt), sowie mit einer Falttabelle (ungezählt, mit einer kleinen Hlolzschnitt-Abbildung in der Tabelle). moderne Nachbindung, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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