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        Discorso delle Comete di Mario Guiducci fatto da lui nell'Accademia Fiorentina nel suo medesimo consolato

      Woodcut device of the Medicean stars on title & two woodcut diagrams in the text. 2 p.l., 54 pp., one blank leaf. Small 4to, late 19th-cent. green diced morocco, arms of the House of Visconti in gilt within a richly decorated border, spine richly gilt, a.e.g. Florence: P. Cecconcelli, 1619. First edition and a very fine copy. Although published under the name of his pupil and assistant Mario Guiducci (1585-1646), the present book is actually the work of Galileo (the autograph manuscript survives). It is a concealed reply to the attack of the Jesuit Orazio Grassi's De Tribus Cometis, published earlier in the same year, and marks the beginning of Galileo's long controversy with Scheiner and the other Jesuit astronomers over the comet of 1618. The dispute continued for several years and resulted in Galileo's scientific manifesto Il Saggiatore (1623) which contains his most important ideas on the philosophy of scientific investigation. In addition to a description of the comets of 1618, Galileo discusses the satellites of Jupiter, the uses of the telescope, fixed stars not visible to the naked eye, etc. ❧ Carli & Favaro 80. Cinti 63.

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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 with 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 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).

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        DE TRIBUS COMETIS ANNI 1618. DISPUTATIO ASTRONOMICA.(SEGUE): GUIDUCCI MARIO. DISCORSO DELLE COMETE FATTO DA LUI.(CON FRONTIS PROPRIO)

      Bologna: Heredi Dozza. [ASTRONOMIA-COMETE] (cm. 23,2) ottima brossura del XX secolo realizzata con un foglio di antifonario del '600 rosso e nero, sguardie antiche..-- pp. 48, con una illustrazione. Opera rara e importante. Il "discorso" del Guiducci, apparve nel 1619 e in gran parte fu redatto da Galileo di cui il Guiducci fu discepolo. L'apparizione nel 1618 di tre comete aveva portato il Savonese Orazio Grassi alla pubblicazione del "De Tribus Cometis". In risposta, Galileo affidò le proprie considerazioni al discepolo Mario Guiducci con la pubblicazione del "Discorso delle comete". Qualche lieve ombreggiatura ma esemplare molto bello, fresco e a pieni margini, tratto dalla prima edizione delle "opere" del Dozza. RICCARDI I 518 e 511; CINTI 132; CARLI-FAVARO 251; GAMBA 482; AUT. ITALIANI DEL '600 1562; SOTHERAN I 1435; HOUZEAU-LANCASTER 3386.[f54] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1655.

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        Journael vande legatie ghedaen in de jaren 1615. ende 1616. by de ... heer Reynhout van Brederode, ..., Dirck Bas, ..., ende Aelbrecht Joachimi, ... Te samen by de ... Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenigde Nederlanden, af-gesonden aen de ... Koningen van Sweden ende Denemarcken; mitsgaders aen den Groot-vorst van Moscovien, Keyser van Rusch-landt: en eygentlijck op den vredehandel tusschen den ... Koninck van Sweden ter eender, ende den Groot-vorst van Moscovien ter ander zijden. Inhoudende kort ende waerachtich verhael vande wonderlijcke gestaltenisse des lands van Ruschlandt, en de moeyelijcke reyse aldaer gevallen. ... Tweede druck vermeerdert en verbetert. Op nieuw uytgegeven, ...The Hague, Henricus Hondius, 1640. Small oblong 4to (14 x 19 cm). With an engraved title-page dated 1639, letterpress title-page dated 1640, and 23 etched views (4 numbered double-page plates, and 19 full-page illustrations on integral leaves), all drawn from life by Goeteeris himself and said to have been etched by Simon Frisius

      Tiele, Bibl. 391 note; WorldCat (2 copies); cf. Adelung II, pp. 258-271 (1619 issue); Muller, Bibl. Neerlando-Russe 118 (1619 issue); STCN (1619 & 1639 issues). Last and rarest (1640) issue of the first (and only early) edition of a richly illustrated and extremely interesting and important account of a Dutch embassy to Russia in the years 1615 to 1616: an essential primary source for any study of 17th-century Russia (and Scandinavia). The 23 etched views are among the earliest of northwest Russia and its border areas. It was first published in 1619 by Aert Meuris and both the text and the illustrations are here still in the 1619 printing, with only the two title-pages newly printed (in spite of the title-page's "second printing, enlarged and improved"!), so that the beautifully drawn and finely etched illustrations remain crisp and clear.Sweden and Russia had been at war since 1609 and both sides suffered severe losses in the 1615 siege of Pskov (which weakened Sweden's position). The English ambassador in Moscow, John Merrick, initiated peace negotiations and King Gustav II Adolf and Tsar Michael I together asked the States General of the Dutch Republic to send an embassy to Novgorod to assist them. The peace they brokered, leading to the 1617 treaty of Stolbovo, was to last nearly a hundred years. Anthonis Goeteeris (ca. 1574-1660?), bailiff of the Hoge Raad, accompanied the embassy as treasurer and, being a skilled artist, also made numerous drawings. The embassy travelled first by ship to Reval (now Tallin, Estonia) then overland via Narva (Estonia) to the regions around Pskov, Novgorod and Staraja Russa. On their return Goeteeris wrote the present account of the voyage and embassy, one of the most accurate accounts of 17th-century Russia, with not only historical and statistical information, but also descriptions of the Russian cities, villages and countryside, as well as the customs and habits of the people. He vividly describes the hardships encountered during the difficult and dangerous journey, as well as the horrifying desolation of the Russian countryside and people after many years of war, famine and disease. He illustrated the whole with the drawings he made during the voyage and embassy. With a small tear into the text of 1 leaf (repaired), a small stain in the margin of the engraved title-page and an occasional faint water stain, but still in good condition. The hinges are cracked, the head of the spine chipped and some corners slightly damaged (with a couple small repairs), but the binding is otherwise good. Rare first and only early edition of an important account of northwest Russia in 1615 and 1616, with 23 excellent etched views.

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        Relation iournaliere du voyage du Levant

      Nancy: Iacob Garnich, 1619. An attractive copy of Beauvau?s 1605 expedition through Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Palestine and Egypt, one of the most substantially illustrated French travelogues of the first half of the 17th century relating to the Near East. Of special note is Beauvau?s use of cartographic illustration suggestive of the Italian isolarios of the period: the 49 maps and views of Aegean islands, etc., engraved in the manner of Bertelli and Camocio, remind us that at this early date France did not as yet have a very well developed cartographic style, forcing publishers to look for models elsewhere?namely Italy, where the Italians had been publishing isolarios for more than a century. The plates, however, were engraved by a Frenchman, Jean Appier Hanzelet, of Lorraine, a very good engraver who is best known for his book on pyrotechnics with memorable illustrations in a kindred style.Beauvau describes many religious landmarks and holy sites (this edition includes floor plans of the more important churches in Jerusalem) as well as providing details on peoples of various faiths he encountered during his travels. Mentioned in the Relation are a number of legendary boulders and stones in Palestine which bear curious markings, allegedly the imprints of the bodies of three apostles on stones in the Garden of Gethsemane and of St. Jerome?s body in the desert (p. 148).Henri de Beauvau, a soldier and diplomat, fought the Turks in Hungary first in the service of Emperor Rudolph III, and then under the elector of Bavaria. He embarked upon this journey in 1605, regarding it as a diplomatic venture rather than a pilgrimage. The work first appeared without illustrations in an octavo format in 1608. The first illustrated edition was published in 1615, by Garnich. It is clear from the text that the illustrations were specifically engraved for the work and thus the Garnich editions are traditionally considered the most complete. The 1619 edition is not in OCLC; we have located two copies: Dresden and the British Library. OCLC records a Paris, 1619 edition with the imprint of Gilles Robinor at Niedersachs. The 1615 Nancy edition is held by Cornell, NYPL, Yale, Chicago, Oxford (detailed collation, to which our copy conforms).* Atabey 85; this edition not in Blackmer (cf. 106 for first illustrated edition); Brunet I.724 (s.v Beauveau); Zacharakis 136-153.. (4) ff. including engraved title, 181 (recte 180) pp. with 49 engraved plates in text. Bound in limp vellum, gilt stamp of Camille Aboussouan on upper cover, later ties. With Aboussouan?s two bookplates, on front pastedown and verso of flyleaf. Contemporary inscriptions on the title: Ex dono D. de Pigier, Ex Bibliotheca S. Victoria Paris; (cancelled) library stamp of Muséum D?Histoire Naturelle. Some faint waterstaining to upper corner of some leaves, scattered spotting throughout, but generally very good.

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        Journael vande legatie ghedaen in de jaren 1615. ende 1616. by de . heer Reynhout van Brederode, ., Dirck Bas, ., ende Aelbrecht Joachimi, . Te samen by de . Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenigde Nederlanden, af-gesonden aen de . Koningen van Sweden ende Denemarcken; mitsgaders aen den Groot-vorst van Moscovien, Keyser van Rusch-landt: en eygentlijck op den vredehandel tusschen den . Koninck van Sweden ter eender, ende den Groot-vorst van Moscovien ter ander zijden. Inhoudende kort ende waerachtich verhael vande wonderlijcke gestaltenisse des lands van Ruschlandt, en de moeyelijcke reyse aldaer gevallen. . Tweede druck vermeerdert en verbetert. Op nieuw uytgegeven, .The Hague, Henricus Hondius, 1640. Small oblong 4to (14 x 19 cm). With an e

      - Tiele, Bibl. 391 note; WorldCat (2 copies); cf. Adelung II, pp. 258-271 (1619 issue); Muller, Bibl. Neerlando-Russe 118 (1619 issue); STCN (1619 & 1639 issues). Last and rarest (1640) issue of the first (and only early) edition of a richly illustrated and extremely interesting and important account of a Dutch embassy to Russia in the years 1615 to 1616: an essential primary source for any study of 17th-century Russia (and Scandinavia). The 23 etched views are among the earliest of northwest Russia and its border areas. It was first published in 1619 by Aert Meuris and both the text and the illustrations are here still in the 1619 printing, with only the two title-pages newly printed (in spite of the title-page's "second printing, enlarged and improved"!), so that the beautifully drawn and finely etched illustrations remain crisp and clear.Sweden and Russia had been at war since 1609 and both sides suffered severe losses in the 1615 siege of Pskov (which weakened Sweden's position). The English ambassador in Moscow, John Merrick, initiated peace negotiations and King Gustav II Adolf and Tsar Michael I together asked the States General of the Dutch Republic to send an embassy to Novgorod to assist them. The peace they brokered, leading to the 1617 treaty of Stolbovo, was to last nearly a hundred years. Anthonis Goeteeris (ca. 1574-1660?), bailiff of the Hoge Raad, accompanied the embassy as treasurer and, being a skilled artist, also made numerous drawings. The embassy travelled first by ship to Reval (now Tallin, Estonia) then overland via Narva (Estonia) to the regions around Pskov, Novgorod and Staraja Russa. On their return Goeteeris wrote the present account of the voyage and embassy, one of the most accurate accounts of 17th-century Russia, with not only historical and statistical information, but also descriptions of the Russian cities, villages and countryside, as well as the customs and habits of the people. He vividly describes the hardships encountered during the difficult and dangerous journey, as well as the horrifying desolation of the Russian countryside and people after many years of war, famine and disease. He illustrated the whole with the drawings he made during the voyage and embassy. With a small tear into the text of 1 leaf (repaired), a small stain in the margin of the engraved title-page and an occasional faint water stain, but still in good condition. The hinges are cracked, the head of the spine chipped and some corners slightly damaged (with a couple small repairs), but the binding is otherwise good. Rare first and only early edition of an important account of northwest Russia in 1615 and 1616, with 23 excellent etched views.

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        De Officio Principis Christiani Libri tres. Auctore Roberto S. R. E. Card. Bellarmino e Societate Iesu. Ad Sereniss. Principem Wladislaum Sigismundi III Poloniae & Sueciae Regis filium

      Ex Typographia Bartholomaei Zannetti - Romae, 1619. LATINO 0,39 Volume dei primi del '600 in 8°, buono stato, coperta rigida in pergamena, bel tassello in pelle con caratteri e decorazioni incisi in oro su dorso, fioritura sparsa, due abrasioni su piatto anteriore, macchie, tagli bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con marginalia, alcune con becca e macchia d'umidità su margine di testa, poche pagine brunite. Timbro a secco su foglio di guardia. Firma d'appartenenza "Conte Fabio Capasso" e bella marca tipografica su frontespizio. Presenta richiami, segnatura dei fascicoli e registro. Refuso di legatura le pagine 487 e 488 anteposte alle pagine 483 e 484, 489 e 490 alle pagine 485 e 486. Eleganti testatine, capilettera e finalini a carattere floreale arricchiscono la veste tipografica di questo bel volume. USATO

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        Squitinio della liberta veneta. Nel quale si adducono anche le raggioni dell'impero romano sopra la citta & signoria di Venetia

      Stampato in Mirandola : appresso Giouanni Bennincasa, 1619 - In-8 (17 cm)(2) 101 (3) Piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso e contropiatti rivestiti di carta marmorizzata e tagli spruzzati di rosso. Qualche foro da tarlo al margine bianco inferiore da p. 6, che va scomparendo verso la fine. Ex-libris Franz Pollack-Parnau e Scannis de Bizzarro. Appunti a matita alla pagina bianca iniziale. Esemplare proveniente dalla bilioteca Soranzo, che vi fece un appunto a penna alla prima pagina bianca. Celebre opera anonima contro Venezia di varia attribuzione. Seconda non comune edizione di questo "Pampleth" nei confronti della Repubblica di Venezia, testo che fu soggetto alla censura, ritirato e fatto bruciare. Edita la prima volta nel 1612. L'opera è attribuita ad Alfonso de Cueva, ambasciatore della Spagna, presso la città lagunare ma si parla anche di Possevino e arco Velsero. Il Peignot nel suo "Dictionnaire des Ouvrages Condamnes au feu"così scrive: "Ouvrage seditibux et rare. Il a ete Brulè par ordre du Senat de Venise. On n'en connait pas l'auteur precisement Il pretend monster dans cet ouvrage que la Republique de Venise n'est pas nee libre, qu'elle est un ancien domaine de l'Empire, et que, par consequent l'Empereur et l'Empire conserrvent sur la Republique leurs droits et leurs memes pretentions. Cet auteur semble avoir prevu la sorte de Venise. Quoi qu'il en soit, son livre a donnè lieu a' Fra Paolo (Sarpi) de Faire l?Histoire du Concile de Trente pour Mortifier la cour de Roe, et il n'y a que trop bien. Reussiò (II, p. 144-145). Melzi, Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, III, p. 93; Parenti, Dizionario dei luoghi di stampa falsi, inventati o supposti, p. 143; Autori italiani del Seicento, III, p. 226-227, n. 1013-1016. (II, P.144-145)"MELZI, DIZIONARIO DI OPERE ., III, P.93; PARENTI, DIZIONARIO DEI LUOGHI DI STAMPA FALSI ., P.143; AUTORI ITALIANI DEL SEICENTO, III, P.226-227, N.1013-1016; BRUNET V, 502; CICOGNA 129. LOZZI 6133. 17mo secolo

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        Oeuvrages de prose et de poesie de Srs. de Maucroix et de La Fontaine. [2 vols in 1]. [vol. 2: Traduction des Philliques de Demostene, dune des Verrines de Ciceronm avec LEutiphron, lHyppias du Beaux, & lEuthidemus, de Platon. Par Mr de Mavcroy.].

      Titel, 9 Blatt, 275 (+1) Seiten / Titel, Kl.-8 (16,5 cm), lädierter Halbleder-Band der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rücken und geprägtem Rückenschildchen [In erster Ausgabe! - First Edition] - Rücken nur mehr Fragment, mit bedeutendem Fehlstellen, auch sonst Einband gekratzt, berieben und an Ecken und Kanten deutlich abgewetzt. Innen recht dezenter Namenszug jeweils am Titel als Besitzvermerk, sonst sauber. Ein innen gutes, sonst brauchbares Exemplar in noch solidem Zustand. - In französischer Sprache.*Brunet: Der erste Band durchgehend von LaFontaine und mit 6 neuen Geschichten als Ertstausgabe, 10 neue Fabeln und einige Gedichte. Der 2. Band mit Werken (Übersetzungen) Maucroys. (vergl. Brunet III, 762).François de Maucroix, born in Noyon, (Oise) in 1619, died 1708, was a French poet and translator. He was a long-time friend of La Fontaine their mutual literary influence was very important, and it was to him that La Fontaine addressed The first book of fables (III), The Miller, his Son and the Ass. He was ordained as a priest, and in the Spring of 1647, he purchased a prebendary. He remained canon of Rheims until his death in 1708. Contrary to the popular legend, de Maucroix was not definitely a classmate of La Fontaines at Chateau Thierry. Pierre Clarac has remarked that, at about the age of 25, while they were a part of the Knights of the Round Table (Literary Circle), who were a group of (robins?) who met from 1646 to discuss their works and diverse other subjects, that although being on first-name term with Pellison and Cassandre, Maucroix still used the more formal vous when addressing La Fontaine. Some authors have theorised that they only met within The Knights. (Quelle: Wiki). ****An unsere Kunden in Deutschland: Versand nach Deutschland ein- bis zweimal in der Woche ab Freilassing mit der Deutschen Post. Unsere Rechnungen an deutsche Kunden enthalten deutsche Umsatzsteuer!***

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        Insularum Orientali Siciliae lateri objacentium typus/ Melita

      Francoforte 1619 - Carta geografica dellla Sicilia settentrionale, con la Calabria e le Isole Eolie tratta dalla prima edizione del celebre "Sicilia Antiqua cum minoribus insulis, ei adjacentibus. Item Sardinia et Corsica" edito a Leida, Elzevier, 1619. In basso le carte dell'isola di Malta e dell'isola di Mljet in Dalmazia. Il geografo ed umanista polacco Philipp Clüver, detto anche Cluverius o Cluverio (Danzica 1580-Leida 1623) effettua il viaggio in Sicilia nel 1618 provenendo dalla Calabria. Da Messina, dove giunge alla fine di marzo, si reca a Palermo e compie, in circa due mesi, il giro dell’isola "trilatera". In essa ha osservato, e a volte individuato, i siti delle antiche città menzionate nelle opere degli autori classici. Questo gli consentirà di ricostruire la topografia antica della regione e nel 1619 di pubblicare le sue ricerche in Sicilia antiqua dove inserisce una mappa con i toponimi delle città greche e romane. Il volume e la mappa, nei secoli successivi, diverranno un’indispensabile guida per i viaggiatori che visitano l’isola con l’intento di studiare i reperti dell’antichità classica. Il testo del Cluverio fu riedito più volte nel Seicento e nel secolo XVIII e presenta pure la descrizione delle isole di Malta, Sardegna e Corsica con le relative mappe. Incisione in rame in perette condizioni. L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, "Imago Siciliae", p. 106 Dimensioni 270 290mm [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Eirenarcha: Or of the Office of the Iustices of Peace [Bound with].

      1619 - An Interesting Perspective on Early-Modern England Lambard(e), William [1536-1601]. Eirenarcha, Or of the Office of the Iustices of Peace, In Foure Bookes: Revised, Corrected, And Enlarged, In the Eighth Yeere of the Peaceable Raigne of Our Most Gracious King Iames. London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1619. [ii], 634, [84] pp. [Bound with] Lambard(e), William. The Duties of Constables, Borsholders, Tythingmen, And such Other Low and Lay Ministers of the Peace. Whereunto be Adjoyned the Severall Offices of Church Ministers and Churchwardens, And Overseers for the Poore, Surveyors of the High-Waies, And Distributors of the Provision Against Noysome Fowle and Vermine. London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1619. 94 pp. Last leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, blind rules to boards, raised bands, gilt ornament and lettering piece to spine, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing and some gatoring to boards, edges rubbed with some wear, corners bumped and somewhat worn, early armorial bookplate (of James Burrow) to front pastedown. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, minor chips to edges of a few leaves, a few just touching text, a few side-notes in Duties affected slightly by trimming. Tick marks in pencil to some leaves, interior otherwise clean. * Later editions. Lambard, or Lambarde, a barrister and legal historian, was the keeper of records at the Rolls Chapel and the Tower of London. First published in 1581, Eirenarcha is esteemed for its comprehensive and systematic account of local legal and political life. It was the standard authority for many years and often reprinted. Like many books of its kind, Eirenarcha offers fascinating insights into the society that produced it. This is evident in the detailed indictments for such offenses as murder via witchcraft, raping a child or maid (the age of distinction was ten), hearing a Catholic Mass, practicing usury and operating a bowling alley. A companion work first published in 1582, The Duties of Constables concerns the duties of other lay officers. Taken together, these books offer an interesting perspective on early-modern England. English Short-Title Catalogue S10 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Piazza Universale: Das ist: Allgemeiner Schawplatz, Marckt vnd Zusammenkunfft aller Professionen, Künsten, Geschäfften, Händeln vnnd Handt-Wercken, [et]c. : Wann vnd von wem dieselbe erfunden: Wie sie von Tag zu Tag zugenommen: Sampt außführlicher Beschreibung alles dessen, so darzu gehörig: ... / Erstmaln durch Thomam Garzonum, Italianisch zusam[m]en getragen: anjetzo aber auffs trewlichste verteutscht, mit zugehörigen Figuren, vnd vnderschiedlichen Registern gezieret, vnd in Truck gegeben

      Piazza Universale: Das ist: Allgemeiner Schawplatz, Marckt vnd Zusammenkunfft aller Professionen, Künsten, Geschäfften, Händeln vnnd Handt-Wercken, [et]c. : Wann vnd von wem dieselbe erfunden: Wie sie von Tag zu Tag zugenommen: Sampt außführlicher Beschreibung alles dessen, so darzu gehörig: ... / Erstmaln durch Thomam Garzonum, Italianisch zusam[m]en getragen: anjetzo aber auffs trewlichste verteutscht, mit zugehörigen Figuren, vnd vnderschiedlichen Registern gezieret, vnd in Truck gegeben Mit 145 Textholzschnitten von Jost Amman, 3 Textkupfern von Matthäus Merian und inkl. der meist fehlenden doppelblattgroßer Kupferstichkarte ! Zu Franckfurt am Mayn/ In Wolfgang Hoffmanns Buchtruckerey/ In Verlag Matthaei Mariani Im Jahr M DC XLI Sehr schöner Pergament Einband unter Verwendung einer alten Handschrift. Lipperheide Pa 7. Becker, Amman 65, 16e. Graesse III, 32. Faber du Faur 1191. Erste deutsche Ausgabe mit den Holzschnitten Ammans zum Ständebuch von Hans Sachs illustriert (3 verlorene durch Kupfer von Merian ersetzt). "In 153 'Discursen' werden auf äusserst witzige, derbe u. freie, aber sehr gewandte und unterhaltende Art die Künste, Handwerke, Stände, Tugenden u . Laster der damaligen Zeit aufs eingehendste geschildert und das Gesagte mit Citaten und Sprichwörtern aus damaliger und älterer Zeit belegt. Anschaulich gemacht sind viele Handwerke, Charaktere etc. in trefflichen kostüml. wichtigen Holzschnitten von Jost Amman. Handelt auch von Geistlichen, Edelleuten, Zauberern, Schulmeistern, Studenten, Huren und denen so ihnen anhangen, Balgern, Schnarchern, Pflastertretern, Wehemüttern u. Säugeammen, Leimstenglern, Buhlen oder Hurenhengsten, Poeten etc." (Hayn-Gotendorf II, 503 f). Die Holzschnitte mit Berufen aller Art gehören zu den ältesten Darstellungen der Handwerke und Werkzeuge. 1619 + 1626 ohne Kupfer 1641 + 1669 mit Kupfer Das gestochene Frontispiz und das letzte Blatt durch sorgfältige Faksimileblätter ersetzt, Titelblatt mit Läsuren, Stempelrasur und aufgezogen, hs. Annotationen in Tinte. Mit vereinzelten Feuchtflecken und -rändern, durchgehend gebräunt. Hier eine digitale Ansicht des Werkes http://digital.slub-dresden.de/werkansicht/dlf/12942/1/ Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL

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        Disputationum de s.to matrimonii sacramento authore Thoma Sanchez Cordubensi e Societate Iesu libri decem in tres tomos distributi.

      Venetiis : apud Ioannem Guerilium 1619 - 3 volumes in 2. Bound in contemporary vellum. Expected age soiling to vellum. Ink blots to Tome I front board. Old ink marks to vellum. Boards starting, front board of Tome II almost detached. Moderate wear with loss to spine. Auction slip and note pasted to front pastedown of Tome I. Several old ink signatures to title pages marked out. Personal library stamp of Paul J. Nussbaum, first bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Corpus Christi, to title page, erased with White Out. Dampstaining to first and last pages of Tome II affecting text. Brunet, V, 115; DeBacker-Sommervogel, VII, 532; Englisch, Der erotischen literatur, 145; Palau 294482. Early work on the moral theology of marriage and detailed descriptions of married life for excitement. ?Notorious work, whose minuteness in describing marital difficulties and irregularities raised a storm of protest from the outraged clergy and caused its temporary suppression.? This edition contains suppressed article "Sanchez, Thom. Disputationum de Sacramento Matrimonii tom. III. Ed. Venetiae, sive alarium , a quibus 1.8 disp. 7 detractus est integer num. 4. Decr. 4 Febr. 1627" (this sheet was bound in later). This was placed on the Index of Prohibited Books, the grounds being not the doctrine of the author, but the perversion of the work and the suppression of what the author taught. Omitted from the 1614 edition, but present in this copy. This article treats of the power of the pope to grant a valid legitimation of the offspring of marriages invalid only through canon law through the so-called sanatio in radice. The author's mode of expression shows a not always pleasing verbosity. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'Architettura Militare.

      Nella quale si da contezza ad ogni professore, e seguace della guerra tanto di grande, quanto di basso titolo, del modo di fortificare luochi deboli, cinger cittadi, fabricar fortezze, cosi al monte, come alla pianura, e della maniera di diffenderle da qualsiuoglia batteria, e assalto. In Milano, appresso Gio. Battista Bidelli, 1619, - in-4, pp. (8), 240, leg. coeva in p. pelle, fregi oro e tit. al dorso (lievi di fetti alle cuffie ed agli angoli). Con 43 figure silogr., di cui alcune a piena pagina e 7 su tavole ripiegate f.t. Grande impresa dello stampatore al tit. con gatto che mangia un topo entro bordura ornata. Precede il testo il piano dell'opera e la dedica a Girolamo Porrone. Seconda edizione (prima Milano 1601) di uno dei più importanti trattati di architettura militare del periodo, compilato da Gabriele Busca (1540 ca.- 1605); altra opera analoga ''Espugnazione e difesa delle fortezza'' venne pubblicata a Torino nel 1585. Busca collaborò alla costruzione dei forti di Montmèlian, Bourg-en-Bresse (1571), Exilles (qui "Iceglie"), S. Maria di Susa, S. Francesco di Gravere e della Consolata di Demonte; diresse inoltre dal 1603 l'edificazione del forte di Fuentes a difesa del confine nord dei domini spagnoli contro i Grigioni protestanti stanziati in Valtellina. Buon esemplare (lievissimi aloni d'umido negli ang. di alcuni ff.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera chirurgica in duas partes divisa. Quarum prior pars operationes chirurgicas, in totum corpus humanum a vertice capitis ad imos pedes ... Opus multa diligentia, et longa experentia perfectum, nec antehac unquam in lucem editum, aut ab ullo tali methodo tractatum. Altera pars libros quinque chirurgiae, prius, in Germania impressos, & sub nomine Pentateuchi chirurgici diuulgatos; nunc vero ab ipsomet auctore in multis locis emendatos, & duabus ad librum 1. & 2. . .

      Venice: Roberto Meletti, 1619. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Two parts in one volume. Folio (312 x 217 mm). [20], 187 [1]; [20], 178, 26 pp. Signatures: +4 ++4 +++2 A-Y4 Z6; a4 b6 Aa-Bb4 c-z4 aa4 bb6. Woodcut initials and headpieces. 18th century restored half calf over marbled boards, gilt-lettered morocco label to flat spine, spine with some gilt decoration. Internally litlle browned (few pages stronger), occasional spotting and marginal dampstaining, a few tears with old repairs not affecting text, leaves d, d2, y1 with holes costing few words or letters, leaf o3 with a repaired tear at lower corner costing some letters of text. Otherwise a good copy of this rare work. ----NLM/Krivatsy 3805; DSB IV, p.511; not in Wellcome. FIRST EDITION. "Contains a description of surgical instruments and classic surgical techniques, including a discussion of particular technical expedients devised by Fabri himself" (DSB). It also comprises the general surgery ('Pentateuchos cheirurgicum'), already published in 1592 by a student of Fabrici, but adds as a novelty the section 'de chirurgicis operationibus' which was also printed separately. Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.

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        Traitté d'horologeographie, auquel est enseigné a descrire et construire toutes sortes d'horloges au Soleil, en quelque superficie plane que ce soit

      Paris, Michel Daniel, 1619. 1619, 1619, in-12, 116 pages, plein veau brun du XVIIIe siècle, dos à 5 nerfs, tranches rouges, Première édition, très rare, illustrée de 48 figures sur bois dans le texte. L'ouvrage contient aussi "un moyen et invention nouvelle, pour construire lesdicts horloges, sans scavoir la hauteur du pole du lieu, ny la declinaison et inclinaison de la superficie". Intérieur propre. Livre peu courant en français et paru très tôt, sur les cadrans solaires

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        Harmonices Mundi, Libri V. [Faksimile].

      Linz / Bruxelles, J. Planck für G. Tampach in Frankfurt / Gabriel Lebon, 1619 / 1968 4°, 5 Bl., 255 S., zahlr. Textabb., OLdr. mit Rückenschild, Min. gebrauchsspurig. Nach intensivem Studium der Daten zur Umlaufbahn des Mars entdeckte Kepler (1571-1630) am 15. Mai 1618 das dritte der nach ihm benannten Gesetze. welches er in dem im Jahr 1619 veröffentlichten Werk Harmonices mundi libri V (\"Fünf Bücher zur Harmonik der Welt\") erläuterte. Danach ist das Verhältnis des Quadrats der Umlaufzeit T {\\displaystyle T} T eines Planeten zur dritten Potenz der großen Halbachse d {\\displaystyle d} d seiner Bahnellipse für alle Planeten dasselbe: T 2 / d 3 {\\displaystyle T^{2}/d^{3}} T^2 / d^3 ist für alle Planeten gleich. Dies ist äquivalent zum dritten Keplerschen Gesetz. Kepler sprach in diesem Werk von einem harmonischen Gesetz. Er glaubte. dass es eine musikalische Harmonie enthülle. die der Schöpfer im Sonnensystem verewige. \"Ich fühle mich von einer unaussprechlichen Verzückung ergriffen ob des göttlichen Schauspiels der himmlischen Harmonie. Denn wir sehen hier. wie Gott gleich einem menschlichen Baumeister. der Ordnung und Regel gemäß. an die Grundlegung der Welt herangetreten ist.\" Keplers Anschauungen entsprachen dem. was heute als anthropisches Prinzip bezeichnet wird. In einem weiteren Manuskript beschrieb er eine Zusammenstellung von Übereinstimmungen zwischen der Bibel und wissenschaftlichen Sachverhalten. Wegen des Drucks der Kirche konnte er diesen Aufsatz nicht veröffentlichen. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - Faksimile NaturwissenschaftNeueingänge - Naturwissenschaft

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        Abrahami Schulteti Psalmpostill: Darinne Vff einen jeden Sontag im jar, einer oder mehr psalmen, welche sich vff die Sontägliche Evangelien reimen, erklärt; Auch Daneben noch andere schöne texte, historien vnd bilder altes testaments hin vnd wider mit eingemenget werden / Ander Theil.

      Heidelberg, Johann Lancellot, 1619 8°, gestochenes Titelblatt, 3 Bl., 1154 S., 1 bl., Schweinslederband der Zeit, blindgeprägt, ohne Schliessen., Deckel fleckig. Auf Vorsatz Marginalien von alter Hand, erste 10 Bl. mit leichten Randläsuren am Steg, Buchblock teilweise wasserrändig - trotzdem gutes Exemplar. Zum Druck verfertiget. Durch Nicolaum Eccium Lemberg. Gedruckt zu Heydelberg.... In verlegung Jonas Rosen von Franckfurt. - Scultetus. Abraham (1566-1624) entstammte einer schlesischen lutherischen Familie. Diese stellte in Schlesien mehrere Schultheißen (Scultetus ist die latinisierte Form) und Mitglieder von Stadträten. Seine Schulausbildung erhielt er in Grünberg. Breslau. Freistadt und Görlitz. Scultetus studierte ab 1588 Theologie in Wittenberg und ab 1590 in Heidelberg und trat 1595 in die Dienste des Kurfürsten der Pfalz. Er war seit 1600 Mitglied des Kirchenrats der Kurpfalz und wurde 1615 der Hofprediger Friedrich des V. (* 1596. reg. 1610- + 1632). Im Jahre 1618 wurde er Professor für Altes Testament in Heidelberg. Durch seine Positionen gewann er großen Einfluss in religiösen und teilweise auch in politischen Fragen am Hofe Friedrichs. Er wirkte zeitgleich am Heidelberger Hof mit dem ebenfalls aus Grünberg/Schlesien stammenden Theologen Bartholomäus Pitiscus. Neben Visitationen in der Oberen und Unteren Pfalz begleitete Scultetus den Kurfürsten auf seiner Hochzeitsreise 1613 nach London und vertrat die Kurpfalz 1618-19 auf der Synode von Dordrecht. Als Friedrich 1619 die Wahl zum böhmischen König annahm. ging Scultetus mit ihm nach Prag. Er wurde seitens der kaiserlichen Partei als einer der Hauptverantwortlichen angesehen dafür. dass Friedrich die Wahl angenommen hatte. Dabei wurde aber Scultetus` Einfluss. der kaum über religiöse Fragen hinausgereicht haben dürfte. wohl als stark übertrieben angenommen. Hauptverantwortlich allerdings war Scultetus für den Bildersturm im Prager St. Veitsdom zu Weihnachten des Jahres 1619. Ein besonderes Ärgernis waren für den calvinistischen Prediger die Reliquien und Bilder in den Kirchen Böhmens gewesen. die fast unverändert in den ehemals katholischen Kirchen erhalten geblieben waren. Deshalb ließ Scultetus. mit Willen und Wissen des Königs. ab dem 21. Dezember. nur kurz unterbrochen durch das Weihnachtsfest. im St. Veitsdom in Prag die religiösen Kunstschätze wegbringen bzw. vernichten. Am 27. und 28. Dezember 1619 wurde der berühmte Marienaltar von Lucas Cranach auf Scultetus` Veranlassung hin zerstört. 1621 floh Scultetus mit Friedrich aus Böhmen und kehrte 1622 noch einmal kurz nach Heidelberg zurück. Von 1622 bis zu seinem Tode 1624 übernahm er eine Stelle als Prediger im reformierten Emden. [Kurz ein Mann des protestantischen IS.] Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Religion - reformiert

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        Tractatus de commerciis, et cambio in quo non minus opportune, quam iuxta occasionem copiose` tractatur de mora, interesse, usura ... & de modo procedendi in causis cambiorum.

      Romae, Sumptibus A. Brugiotti, 1619. Folio. In a later half calf binding with 4 raised bands, gilt lettering and gilt ornamentation to spine. Light wear to extremities, a fine and clean copy. (8), 755, (124) pp. First edition of Scaccia excleedingly influential and popular work on commercial and exchange law, being one of the very first modern treatises on banking and economic theory to represent the new liberal ideas from the period. From the time of Scaccia's Tractatus Commerciis exchange transactions were an important topic in this literature (Rogers, The civilians and the law of bills in the seventeenth century). The work was reprinted 7 times up until 1738. Scaccia did not conceal his liberal attitude concerning loans and other credit transactions. His standard work [the present] on commercial and exchange law received ecclesiastical approval."He rejected the views of Du Moulin on usury and followed the traditional precepts of canon law. Yet he moderated the theory on the illegality of interest by adapting it to the business practices and economic ideas of his time. Even when there was no 'mora', or delay in repayment of a loan, he wrote, it may be licit to charge interest from the first day of the loan, if the creditor would suffer a loss because of 'damnum emergens' or 'lucrum cessans'. He referred to exchange dealing as an inextricable labyrinth designed to evade the usury laws" (Houkes). He justified profit in exchanges from place to place because of differences in value and price: "The fact that, by reason of the greater scarcity or abundance of money in different places, a larger or smaller sum may be given or accepted appears in the transactions commonly effected between Italy and France. For when money is scarce in France on account of the civil wars there, and plentiful in Italy, whoever delivers money in France for repayment in Italy will receive more than he gave. On the other hand, a merchant who delivers money in Italy for repayment in France will receive less. Yet this is no usury, for one sum is equal to the other, on account of the relative abundance and scarcity of money".Houkes p. 361-2Kress 369Einaudi 5141Ciasca, 172Mattioli 3249 (The 1669-edition)

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        Harmonices Mundi, Libri V. [Faksimile].

      Linz / Bruxelles, J. Planck für G. Tampach in Frankfurt / Gabriel Lebon, / 1968 1619 - 4°, 5 Bl., 255 S., zahlr. Textabb., OLdr. mit Rückenschild, Min. gebrauchsspurig. Nach intensivem Studium der Daten zur Umlaufbahn des Mars entdeckte Kepler (1571-1630) am 15. Mai 1618 das dritte der nach ihm benannten Gesetze, welches er in dem im Jahr 1619 veröffentlichten Werk Harmonices mundi libri V (?Fünf Bücher zur Harmonik der Welt?) erläuterte. Danach ist das Verhältnis des Quadrats der Umlaufzeit T {\displaystyle T} T eines Planeten zur dritten Potenz der großen Halbachse d {\displaystyle d} d seiner Bahnellipse für alle Planeten dasselbe: T 2 / d 3 {\displaystyle T^{2}/d^{3}} T^2 / d^3 ist für alle Planeten gleich. Dies ist äquivalent zum dritten Keplerschen Gesetz.Kepler sprach in diesem Werk von einem harmonischen Gesetz. Er glaubte, dass es eine musikalische Harmonie enthülle, die der Schöpfer im Sonnensystem verewige. ?Ich fühle mich von einer unaussprechlichen Verzückung ergriffen ob des göttlichen Schauspiels der himmlischen Harmonie. Denn wir sehen hier, wie Gott gleich einem menschlichen Baumeister, der Ordnung und Regel gemäß, an die Grundlegung der Welt herangetreten ist.? Keplers Anschauungen entsprachen dem, was heute als anthropisches Prinzip bezeichnet wird. In einem weiteren Manuskript beschrieb er eine Zusammenstellung von Übereinstimmungen zwischen der Bibel und wissenschaftlichen Sachverhalten. Wegen des Drucks der Kirche konnte er diesen Aufsatz nicht veröffentlichen. 1200 gr. Schlagworte: Alte Drucke - FaksimileNaturwissenschaft

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        Aristotelis de Rhetorica seu arte Dicendi libre tres, Graecolat

      London: Edward Griffon, 1619. [vi] pages, 1-239 pages, [1] blank page, [i] tabulae page, [i] blank, [iv] pages. Original full calf binding, very worn with front board detached. Several pages are dirty/soiled, with a stain to the title page. Previous owner's names. Approximately 8.5 inches (page height). Title within fine woodcut border, and full page woodcut arms on verso of title. Enclosed and protected in an attractive clothbound clamshell box with a printed paper spine label. Edited by Theodore Goulston. Goulston is styled by Ant. a Wood "an excellent Latinist and a noted Grecian," and according to Dibdin his version of Aristotle's Rhetoric was the most popular of all 17th century vreions. This is the first printing of Aristotle's Rhetoric in Britain.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Abrahami Schulteti Psalmpostill: Darinne Vff einen jeden Sontag im jar, einer oder mehr psalmen, welche sich vff die Sontägliche Evangelien reimen, erklärt; Auch Daneben noch andere schöne texte, historien vnd bilder altes testaments hin vnd wider mit eingemenget werden / Ander Theil.

      Heidelberg, Johann Lancellot 1619 - 8°, gestochenes Titelblatt, 3 Bl., 1154 S., 1 bl., Schweinslederband der Zeit, blindgeprägt, ohne Schliessen., Deckel fleckig. Auf Vorsatz Marginalien von alter Hand, erste 10 Bl. mit leichten Randläsuren am Steg, Buchblock teilweise wasserrändig - trotzdem gutes Exemplar. Zum Druck verfertiget, Durch Nicolaum Eccium Lemberg. Gedruckt zu Heydelberg?, In verlegung Jonas Rosen von Franckfurt.- Scultetus, Abraham (1566-1624) entstammte einer schlesischen lutherischen Familie. Diese stellte in Schlesien mehrere Schultheißen (Scultetus ist die latinisierte Form) und Mitglieder von Stadträten. Seine Schulausbildung erhielt er in Grünberg, Breslau, Freistadt und Görlitz.Scultetus studierte ab 1588 Theologie in Wittenberg und ab 1590 in Heidelberg und trat 1595 in die Dienste des Kurfürsten der Pfalz. Er war seit 1600 Mitglied des Kirchenrats der Kurpfalz und wurde 1615 der Hofprediger Friedrich des V. (* 1596, reg. 1610? ? 1632). Im Jahre 1618 wurde er Professor für Altes Testament in Heidelberg. Durch seine Positionen gewann er großen Einfluss in religiösen und teilweise auch in politischen Fragen am Hofe Friedrichs. Er wirkte zeitgleich am Heidelberger Hof mit dem ebenfalls aus Grünberg/Schlesien stammenden Theologen Bartholomäus Pitiscus.Neben Visitationen in der Oberen und Unteren Pfalz begleitete Scultetus den Kurfürsten auf seiner Hochzeitsreise 1613 nach London und vertrat die Kurpfalz 1618-19 auf der Synode von Dordrecht. Als Friedrich 1619 die Wahl zum böhmischen König annahm, ging Scultetus mit ihm nach Prag. Er wurde seitens der kaiserlichen Partei als einer der Hauptverantwortlichen angesehen dafür, dass Friedrich die Wahl angenommen hatte. Dabei wurde aber Scultetus' Einfluss, der kaum über religiöse Fragen hinausgereicht haben dürfte, wohl als stark übertrieben angenommen.Hauptverantwortlich allerdings war Scultetus für den Bildersturm im Prager St. Veitsdom zu Weihnachten des Jahres 1619. Ein besonderes Ärgernis waren für den calvinistischen Prediger die Reliquien und Bilder in den Kirchen Böhmens gewesen, die fast unverändert in den ehemals katholischen Kirchen erhalten geblieben waren. Deshalb ließ Scultetus, mit Willen und Wissen des Königs, ab dem 21. Dezember, nur kurz unterbrochen durch das Weihnachtsfest, im St. Veitsdom in Prag die religiösen Kunstschätze wegbringen bzw. vernichten. Am 27. und 28. Dezember 1619 wurde der berühmte Marienaltar von Lucas Cranach auf Scultetus' Veranlassung hin zerstört.1621 floh Scultetus mit Friedrich aus Böhmen und kehrte 1622 noch einmal kurz nach Heidelberg zurück. Von 1622 bis zu seinem Tode 1624 übernahm er eine Stelle als Prediger im reformierten Emden. [Kurz ein Mann des protestantischen IS.] 2200 gr. Schlagworte: Alte Drucke - nach 1550Religion - reformiert [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Corpvs Ivris Civilis Ivstinianei Vniversvm: in quo Pandectae, ad Florentimarum exemplar fideliter expressae; Codex, &caeteri Libri, quos docebit pagina quarta, ex optimarum quarumque . Cum Summariis, Argumentis, Epitomis, & Indicibus Cl. V. D. Gothofredi IC. - Codicis Ivstiniani D. N. Sacratissmi Principis PP. A V G. Repetitae praelectionis, Libri XII. Postrema Editio prioribus accuratior & emendatior. - Avthenticae, sev Novellae Constitvtiones DN. Ivstiniani Sacrissmi Princepis .

      Geneva [Genf], Iohannem Vignon, - 1619 - 30 n.n. Bll. + 144 + 1568 Sp. + Zwischentitel + 7 n.n. Bll. + 736 Sp. + Zwischentitel + 3 n.n. Bll. + 526 Sp. OLd. mit Supra-Exlibris. Editionum collatione nunc emendatiotes prodeunt. In latein. Sprache. Mit allen vier Teilen und dem Kommentar. - Ebd. berieben u. bestossen, Gbrsp., durchgehend etw. wasserrandig, fleckig, R. eingerissen (hinterlegt), kl. Läsuren sind nicht gesondert angeführt. - Gothofredus bzw. Godefroy, (1549 - 1622), studierte in Löwen, Köln und Heidelberg und war dann wahrscheinlich am Pariser Cour de Parlament tätig, mußte Paris aber wegen seines Übertritts zum Calvinismus 1579 verlassen. Er ging nach Genf, wo er zehn Jahre als Prof. römisches Recht lehrte und 1587 in den Rat der Zweihundert aufgenommen wurde. Über Straßburg (1591) kam er 1600 nach Heidelberg, wo er die juristische Lehrmethodik reformierte, übernahm 1618 im Auftrag des Pfalzgrafen Friedrich V. eine Gesandtschaft beim französischen König und mußte 1621 vor den Truppen Tillys aus Heidelberg nach Straßburg fliehen. Seine Bedeutung für die Rechtswissenschaft beruht vor allem auf der Herausgabe des Corpus juris civilis (1583), einer Kompilation aller Werke der Justinianischen Gesetzgebung mit eigenem Kommentar, die in zahlreichen Auflagen bis ins 18.Jh. erschien. (DBE) - Hier eine Ausgabe, die nicht im VD17 verzeichnet ist.

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        Corpvs Ivris Civilis Ivstinianei Vniversvm: in quo Pandectae, ad Florentimarum exemplar fideliter expressae; Codex, &caeteri Libri, quos docebit pagina quarta, ex optimarum quarumque ... Cum Summariis, Argumentis, Epitomis, & Indicibus Cl. V. D. Gothofredi IC. - Codicis Ivstiniani D. N. Sacratissmi Principis PP. A V G. Repetitae praelectionis, Libri XII. Postrema Editio prioribus accuratior & emendatior. - Avthenticae, sev Novellae Constitvtiones DN. Ivstiniani Sacrissmi Princepis ...

      Geneva [Genf], Iohannem Vignon, 1619 - 1620. 30 n.n. Bll. + 144 + 1568 Sp. + Zwischentitel + 7 n.n. Bll. + 736 Sp. + Zwischentitel + 3 n.n. Bll. + 526 Sp. OLd. mit Supra-Exlibris. Editionum collatione nunc emendatiotes prodeunt. In latein. Sprache. Mit allen vier Teilen und dem Kommentar. - Ebd. berieben u. bestossen, Gbrsp., durchgehend etw. wasserrandig, fleckig, R. eingerissen (hinterlegt), kl. Läsuren sind nicht gesondert angeführt. - Gothofredus bzw. Godefroy, (1549 - 1622), studierte in Löwen, Köln und Heidelberg und war dann wahrscheinlich am Pariser Cour de Parlament tätig, mußte Paris aber wegen seines Übertritts zum Calvinismus 1579 verlassen. Er ging nach Genf, wo er zehn Jahre als Prof. römisches Recht lehrte und 1587 in den Rat der Zweihundert aufgenommen wurde. Über Straßburg (1591) kam er 1600 nach Heidelberg, wo er die juristische Lehrmethodik reformierte, übernahm 1618 im Auftrag des Pfalzgrafen Friedrich V. eine Gesandtschaft beim französischen König und mußte 1621 vor den Truppen Tillys aus Heidelberg nach Straßburg fliehen. Seine Bedeutung für die Rechtswissenschaft beruht vor allem auf der Herausgabe des Corpus juris civilis (1583), einer Kompilation aller Werke der Justinianischen Gesetzgebung mit eigenem Kommentar, die in zahlreichen Auflagen bis ins 18.Jh. erschien. (DBE) - Hier eine Ausgabe, die nicht im VD17 verzeichnet ist. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Juridica

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        Lodi de’ giocatori di pallone.

      Florence, Zanobi Pignoni, 1619. - 4to. (24) pp. With printer's woodcut device on title page. Contemporary limp vellum with traces of ties. Stored in custom-made half morocco case with gilt title to spine. An ode composed in celebration of "calcio", the early form of football played by young aristocrats in Florence since the Renaissance. The author Rinuccini (1562-1621) is famous as the librettist of the first Italian opera, "Euridice". The work is dedicated to Matteo Botti (1570-1621), marchese di Campiglia, an influential Medici ambassador to the court of France who had returned to Florence in 1615 and likely was a football enthusiast and himself a former player. The long poem (consisting of no less than 69 six-line verses) is preceded by the printer's dedication to the Grand Duke, Cosimo II de' Medici, and two sonnets to the same, composed for the "Ballo de' Cavalli", a ball held in the Piazza Santa Croce in honour of the ladies of the court during the Carneval of 1615/16 (cf. Solerti). Football matches played an important role in the Florentine Carneval, forming the traditional climax of the season as the youths of the city's noble families would compete in the rough sport on Gioved

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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...

      Later, rare edition. This edition, noted "the latest" (dernière), was published by three different printers at the same time; the first having appeared in 1580. The oldest editions in Spanish are from 1573 and 1575.Modern vellum, speckled edges.The full importance of this book of Spanish medicine has only recently come to be appreciated once more. It is today considered a precursor of psychiatry and psychology. According to Brunet (III, 357): "A well-structured work full of erudition, which nonetheless contains a number of bold and paradoxical ideas." Huarte was in effect the first thinker to bring together psychology and physiology.Chez jacques Villery à Paris 1619 in-12 (7,5x14cm) 607pp. (4) relié

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        Augustarum imagines Paris apud Macaeum Ruette 1619 Bound with Ex libris XXIII commentariorum in vetera imperatorum romanorum numismata Paris np 1619 Discorso sopra le medaglie de gli antichi Paris appresso Maceo Ruette

      

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        Les vies des Hommes Illustres Grecs et Romains

      Claude Morel 1619 - Paris, Claude Morel, 1619 In-Folio (40cm x 28cm) de (20ff.), 778pp. & (14ff.) Plein veau glacé, dos à nerfs soulignés d'une roulette dorée, caissons encadrés d'un double filet doré, titre et auteur frappé or sur une pièce de titre en maroquin marron, date en pied, coiffes et coupes filetés, double filets dorés encadrant les plats, tranches rouges (R.PETIT) Bonne et rare édition de cette classique traduction de Jacques Amyot. Richement illustré de 94 lettrines, 7 bandeaux, 2 culs-de-lampe & 55 portraits. Bel exemplaire, reliure en bel état malgré le dos légèrement passé et quelques griffures sans gravité; très bel état intérieur, frais, piqures sans importance, une ancienne petite mouillure en marge extérieure des 3 derniers feuillets sans atteinte au texte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des Vaudois. Divisée en trois parties. La première est de leur origine, pure croyance, et persécutions qu'ils ont souffert par toute l'Europe, par l'espace de plus de quatre cents ans. La seconde, contient l'Histoire des Vaudois appelés Albigeois. La troisième est touchant la doctrine et discipline qu'ils ont eu commune entre eux, et la réfutation de la doctrine de leurs adversaires.

      Genève, Pierre et Jacques Chouet, 1619. ____ Rare. Un des meilleurs livres sur le sujet. Il renferme des textes extraits des traités vaudois dans leur langue originale, avec la version française en vis à vis. La seconde partie a sa propre page de titre : "Histoire des chrestiens albigeois. Contenant les longues guerres, persécutions qu'ils ont souffert à cause de la doctrine de l'Evangile. Le tout fidèlement recueilli des historiens qui en ont écrit, et des mémoires qui nous ont esté fournies par personnes dignes de foi, habitées en ladite contrée, et cotés en marge. Genève, Matthieu Berjon, 1618." Provenance : "Bibliothèque de A. H. Dampmartin commencée en 1775." (ex-libris). Restaurations au dos, bon exemplaire. *****. In-12. [161 x 95 mm] Collation : (32), 248 pp./ (8), 333, (1) pp. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Guilhelmi Schouten in australem oceanum expeditio.]

      1619 - Oppenheim: de Bry, c.1619. Engraved map 170 x 210mm, set in letterpress. A double-hemisphere world map used as a frontispiece to De Bry's 'Pars Undecima Americæ' (Grand Voyages Part XI), which contained the account of the voyage of Willem Shouten (c.1567-1625) in which he was the first to round Cape Horn (1616). The map marks his route but has little other detail. The borders, on the other hand, are finely-engraved, with large portraits of Schouten and Magellan and medallion portraits of Francis Drake, Olivier van Noordt, Thomas Cavendish and Joris van Spilbergen. SHIRLEY: 301.

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        Chronijck vanden Onderganc der Tijrannen: ofte Jaerlycksche Geschiedenisse(n) in Werltlycke ende Kercklijke saecken, Van Christi geboorte af tot desen tyt toe. Wesende een tydt Thresoor Wonder-Boeck en Jaarrekening Vande Voornaamste Geschiedenissen des gantschen aerdbodems. Met groote moeijte ende Vlijt uijt veel lofwaerdige schrijvers tot dienst van een ijegelijck te samen gedragen.

      Hoorn, Sacharias Cornelissen/Dl.2: Hoorn, Isaac Willemsz. 1619/1620 - 2 delen, (titelprent, 86) 916, (titelprent, 34) 917-1853 (35) p. Origineel half Perkament, 4° (Opnieuw in de banden gezet, vernieuwde marmers, mist pagina 925/926 en de titelpagina van deel 2, in plaats van deze titelpagina is een kopie van de titelprent van deel 1 bijgebonden. Enkele wormgaatjes in beide delen, plaatselijk iets in de tekst. Zeldzame set van dit historische werk over de wereld- en kerkgeschiedenis door de doopsgezinde Pieter Jansz. Twisck, 1565-1636.)

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        Europa Exactissima descripta auctore Iudoco Hondio

      1619. - RARO PRIMO STATO - Questa carta d'Europa appartiene a un set di mappe dei quattro continenti, ed è la sola a recare la data 1619, mentre le altre 3 sono prive di data. L'imprint con la data si legge in basso, nel territorio dell'Africa. Il cartiglio in alto a destra contiene la dedica a Ludovico XIII. Lungo i bordi laterali della mappa ci sono figure con abiti di alcuni paesi europei, mentre lungo i margini superiore e inferiore ci sono due cornici decorate ognuna con sei vedute di altrettante città, in formato ovale. In alto: Lisbona; Toledo; Londra; Parigi; Roma e Venezia. In basso: Amsterdam, Norimberga, Costantinopoli; Mosca; Praga e Vilnius. Mentre la mappa d'Europa di Blaeu del 1617 è incorniciata solo su tre lati, Jodocus Hondius ha aggiunto un altro bordo decorativo lungo il margine inferiore. Nove delle 12 vedute di città si basano sulla mappa di Blaeu, mentre le vedute di Norimberga, Mosca e Vilnius derivano dalla mappa murale di Blaeu del 1608; mentre le figure in costume derivano dalla mappa del 1617, rispetto alla quale sono in controparte. La mappa è di estrema rarità: Schilder ne ha censite solo 7 copie. Esistono varianti di questo primo stato privi dei bordi decorativi, che venivano coperti durante la fase di stampa. Incisione su rame, finemente colorata a mano, restauri integrativi lungo i margini laterali, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. " - FIRST STATE - G. Shilder ""This map of Europe belongs to a set of maps of the four continents and is dated, whereas the other maps are undated. The title appears in a richly decorated cartouche in the upper left. In the upper right is a cartouche with the dedication to King Louis XIII. The imprint is located in the African continent. On both sides of the map are borders with costumed European figures, and along the upper and lower edges run decorative borders, each with six European towns in oval frames. Top border: LISBON TOLEDO: LONDON PARIS: ROMA; and VENETLA. Bottom border: AMSTERDAMe; NVRNBERG: CONSTANOPILIS. MOSCOV. PRAGUE; and VILNA. While Blaeu's 1617 map is framed on only three sides, Jodocus Hondius added a decorative border along the lower edge of His map For the drawing of the twelve town views along the upper and lower edges, all nine smaller town views on Blaeu's map served as models Hondius, and the three additional views (of Nurnberg, Moscow and Vilnius) were copied from Blaeu's 1608 wall map of Europe. The costumed figures are copies in mirror imaoge of Blaeu's folio map."" Schilder listed only 7 known copies of this map. A variant of the first state is without decorative borders (the decorative borders were masked during printing). Copperplate with fine later hand colour, some espert repairs at the right top edge and lower left, otherwise good condition. Very Rare." Amsterdam Amsterdam Schilder, MCN, vol. VI, map 27. 621 477

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        Emblematum ethico-politicorum centuria.

      (Frankfurt) Johann Theodor de Bry 1619 - 106 (statt 110) Bl. Mit Kupfertitel und 96 (statt 100) emblematischen Textkupfern von Matthäus Merian. 4° (19 x 15,5 cm). Biegsames Manuskriptpergament der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - Schönes Emblembuch mit Merian-Kupfern in Medaillonform: "Ungefähr die Hälfte der Darstellungen versah er mit Ortsansichten, von denen mindestens 34 das Abbild einer bestimmten Stadt oder Gegend zeigen. 18 Medaillons nehmen Bezug auf Schloß und Stadt Heidelberg [.] Es ist das erste Werk, in dem Merian als Stecher speziell erwähnt wird" (Wüthrich). Die Medaillons jeweils auf der verso-Seite der Blätter, darunter ein Vierzeiler in französischer Sprache, gegenüber der lateinische Text von Zincgref. - Es fehlt die Lage Bb mit vier Blatt Text und den Emblemen 97-100! - Leicht gebräunt, kaum fleckig, die erste Lage mit den Emblemen in sich verbunden, zwei Blatt mit Eintragungen von alter Hand im unteren Rand (zu den Emblemen XXII und XXVII), der Kupfertitel mit zwei Stempelrasuren im zentralen Textfeld und hinterlegtem Randabriß unten (bis knapp über den Plattenrand reichend, vorderer Vorsatz seitlich etwas ausgefranst. Der Pergamenteinband unter Verwendung eines spätmittelalterlichen Manuskripts (aus dem Abschnitt "De periculo et commodo rei venditae" aus dem "Corpus iuris civilis" von Iustinian) mit wenigen kleinen Randeinrissen, die Bindebänder fehlen. *VD17 14:627325Z. Dünnhaupt 4364, 7.I.1. Wüthrich II, 108, 1. Gewicht (Gramm): 300 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Pharmacopee royale galenique et chymique. Nouvelle edition. Tome premier (et) Tome second (2 Teile in 1 Band). Mit 1 gest. Vortitel, 1 gest. Porträt, 5 gest. Kupfertafeln und 1 gest. Tabelle mit chemischen Zeichen.

      1 gest. Kupfertafel (Vortitel), 1 Titel, 1 gest. Porträt-Tafel, 4 Bll., 414 Seiten, 1 Titel, 20 Seiten, 423 Seiten (pp. 425-848), 24 Bll., 6 gest. Kupfertafeln, 4 (25,3 x 20 cm), Ganzlederbd. d.Zt. auf 5 Bünden mit vergold. Rückentitel u. reich ornamentaler Rückenvergoldung. Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Wellcome oder Friedmann. - Hirsch-H. I, 885 - Hauptwerk des französischen Pharmazeuten Moyse Charas (1619-1698). - Mit dem schönen allegorischen Kupfer als Vortitel, dem dekorativen ganzs. Porträt, 5 gest. Tafeln mit chemischen und pharmazeutischen Instrumenten und Einrichtungen und der gest. Tabelle. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar in einem zeitgenöss. Ganzlederband, der Rücken unter Verwendung des Originals später erneuert, das untere Kompartiment ohne die Vergoldung.

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        Origens Repentance: After he had Sacrificed to the Idols of the Heathen. Gathered From Suidas, Nicephorus, Osiander, and the Greeke and Latine Coppies in Origens Works; Illustrated and applied to the case of every poor penitent, who in remorse of soule, shall have recourse to the Throne of Grace. Divided into three Sections: Containing 1 Origens fearefull fall. 2 His behaviour in it. 3 His worthy and sound Conversion. Together with Orignes Life and Death, and other materiall observations. Written by Stephen Jerom, Mast of Arts, and Preacher of the Towne of Newcastle; first for his owne exercise, and now published for the good of others.

      London Printed by John Beale for Roger Jackson and are to be sold at his Shope neere Fleet-Conduit 1619 - FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. Small 4to, 167 x 118 mms., pp. [xx], 63 [64 blank], with the ownership inscription "John Brand 1799" on the title-page and a further inscription towards the bottom of the title-page, with Brand's Lincoln College bookplate pasted on the lower part of the Contents page, bound in 19th century hard-grain black morocco, gilt borders on covers, gilt spine; text a bit soiled, most leaves closely shaved with consequent loss of portions of the marginal notes, edges soiled, verso of last leaf soiled. The Christian ascetic, theologian, and scholar, Origen (Origen Adamantius, c. 184/ 185 - 253/254) is often remembered for an anecdote to the effect that he castrated himself, which Gibbon accepted as true; the story derives from the account of Origen by Eusebius, but historians and scholars line up on both sides of the matter. He was one of the earliest and best Biblical textual critics, his best work being the Hexapla, a comparative study of various translations of the Old Testament. Jerom's work is presented in three sections, each consisting of six line stanzas, rhyming ABABCC. Curiously, OCLC lists only computer file or electronic copies of this book, but there are copies of the Real Book in the BL, Bodleian, and the Folger. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \"Curia Senat Inclytae Rei Publ. August Vindelic...\". Rathaus mit Perlachturm und Augustusbrunnen, im Himmel zwei Putten mit Wappenschilden, rechts unten kleine Kartusche mit Inschrift \"Elias Holl Augustanus Construxit Matthias Kager boius delineavit\".

       Kupferstich von 2 Platten gedruckt von Lucas Kilian, dat. 1619, 42 x 58,5 cm. Schefold 41223. - Mit geglätteten Faltspuren, einem schmalen Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, angerändert. - Sehr selten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Schwaben

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        Oost ende West-Indische spiegel der 2 leste navigatien, ghedaen inden jaeren 1614.15.16.17 ende 18. daer in vertoont woort in wat gestalt Joris van Speilbergen door de Magellanes de werelt rontom geseylt heeft, meet eenighe battalien so te water als te lant, ende 2 historien de een van Oost ende de ander van West-Indien, het ghetal der forten, soldaten, schepen. ende gheschut. Met de Australische navigatien, van Jacob le Maire, die int suyden door een nieuwe Streat ghepasseert is, met veel wonders so landen, volcken, ende natien, haer ontmoet zijn ...

      Leyden, Nicolaes van Geelkercken, 1619.Oblong 8vo. Modern vellum. With fine engraving on title-page and 25 engraved maps and plates. 192 pp.First edition. - Joris van Spilbergen (Antwerp 1568 - Bergen op Zoom 1620) was appointed in 1614 to head an expedition to the East Indies for the East India Company (VOC) by way of the Strait of Magellan to reassert Dutch claims to access into the Pacific from the east. The first attack on the Spanish was made on Santa Maria in Chili. He went on north to Valparaiso, Acapulco, further along the Mexican coast. In 1616 he reached Guam and Manila and thence to Ternate and Java. Joris van Spilbergen was the second Dutchman to circumnavigate the world. He discovered land along what is now the coast of California. 'Spilbergen had succeeded in establishing the power and reputation of the Dutch East India Company. In Java he took on board the crew of Le Maire and Schouten whose vessels had been confiscated. Le Maire and Schouten had discovered several small islands, Staten Landt, and the Straits of Le Maire, and had been the first to round Cape Horn' (Hill 1619). 'Spilbergen's voyage was the most succesful Dutch circumnavigation to date. The fleet had kept together, there had been little loss of Dutch life, and the expedition had metted a considerable profit for its sponsors' (Howgego S159). A short survey of another of the most important early voyages around the world, by Schouten and Le Maire in the years 1615 to 1617, is added at the end (Australische navigatien). It reports Le Maire's proof that Tierra del Fuego is an island and his discovery of what is still called the Strait of Le Maire, an alternative route to the Pacific. 'The Mirror is an extremely important book for the history of Dutch navigation' ( Borba de Moraes p.827). Including a folding world map, a folding map of South East Asia, a double-page map of the Pacific and South America, and views of islands and ports (4 double-page).- A very fine copy of the two famous Dutch circumnavigations.Tiele 1025; Tiele, Memoire, 65; Cat. NHSM I, p.115 (second ed. only); Landwehr, VOC,359; Muller, America, 1968; European-Americana II, p.177; Sabin 89445.

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        Restauracion politica de España, primera parte, de eos publicos Al rey Don Filipe Tercero nuestro señor.

      Madrid: for Luis Sanchez,, 1619. Quarto (200 x 148 mm), pp. [xii], ff. 42, 16, [9]-14. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript title to spine, remains of doeskin ties, preserved in a custom made calf backed box. Housed in a brown quarter morocco solander box made by the Chelsea Bindery. Woodcut royal coat of arms on title and each of the eight discourses. Spine split at foot, rear cover with vertical split at the head, ties defective, front free endpaper removed; lower outer corner of title page soiled and a little worn, intermittent spotting and occasional staining, some early underlining and marginalia in ink, and some more recent pencil marginal notes; withal a very good copy in a well preserved contemporary binding. Very rare first edition; each discourse with a special title-page and continuous pagination and signatures, except for the seventh (in two parts) and eighth which have separate pagination and signatures. Moncada's importance as a political economist was assured by this work, which was probably presented to Philip III in 1618. In it, Moncada, who was strongly influenced by the Italian writer Giovanni Botero (1544?1617), outlines a strong protectionist policy. A rich apparatus of citations, which includes the names of Covarrubias, Vitoria, Soto and Azpilcueta Navarro, accompanies the text. Sancho de Moncada (fl. early seventeenth century) "lectured on theology in the university of Toledo, and published, in 1619, eight Discursos on various economic subjects, which were the uncompromising expression of the prohibitive tendencies then prevalent in Spain, and, consequently, obtained a wide celebrity among his countrymen... Moncada does not admit for a moment that the wars abroad, the system of laws, the excessive number of idle persons, the debasement of the currency, etc., could fairly be looked upon as responsible for the depressed state of Spain: 'the misfortune of Spain flows from the trade with foreigners, who carry away our raw material and our silver.' ... His only remedy is the prohibition of exports of raw materials and precious metals, and of the imports of manufactured articles, enforced by the penalty of death pronounced against smuggling, and the delivering to the Inquisition of all persons accused of exporting money. " (Palgrave II, p. 783). "Moncada follows scholastic doctrine in attributing the rise in Spanish prices to the influx of gold and silver from America ? 'the abundance of silver and gold has caused a fall in their value ? and consequently a rise in the things that are bought with them' ? but thinks that the main reason for the poverty of Spain lies in the fact that her commerce has fallen into the hands of foreigners ? [He] held that there was a science of government whose laws should be learned by every administrator and suggests that a chair of 'politics' should be founded in all universities, and that an entire university devoted to the arts of government should be established in Madrid" (Grice-Hutchinson, p. 141). "Quesnay and George were preceded in their advocacy of a single tax on land or on agricultural produce by [Moncada], who thought it right to 'tax Nature, who is never weary, and not human industry', and who therefore proposed to remove all taxes on industry and commerce, and to tax grain instead, raising its minimum fixed price proportionately" (ibid. p. 147).

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        Historiae Normannorum scriptores antiqui, res ab illis per Galliam, Angliam, Apuliam, Capuae principatum, Siciliam, & orientem gestas explicantes, ab anno Christi DCCCXXXVIII. ad annum MCCXX. Insertae sunt monasteriorum fundationes variae, series episcoporum ac abbatum : genealogiae regum, ducum, comitum, & nobilium... De 838 à 1220.

      Paris, Foüet, Buon & Cramoisy, 1619. Fort in-folio, 6 ff. préliminaires, 1104 pages, 8 ff. d'index. Feuillet de titre bruni avec ex-dono de Duchesne en pied, mouillure angulaire, galerie de vers marginale avec atteinte à quelques lettres, quelques feuillets annotés. Bel exemplaire en plein veau glacé, dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés et fers au noir, date dorée en pied, double encadrement au noir sur les plats, fleurons en écoinçons, roulette sur les coupes. Reliure du XIXème, signé Messier. Petit accroc à la coiffe en pied et aux encoches de coiffe, usures au dos, plats tachés. Brunet précise "que des trois volumes que devait avoir cette collection, il n'est paru que celui-ci, lequel est fort recherché et se trouve difficilement". Ce recueil dédié au Clergé, au Parlement et au Peuple de Rouen contient 17 textes, chroniques, annales d'historiens normands rédigés en latin, dont Abbon, Orderic Vital, Dudon de Saint Quentin. Ouvrage incontournable pour ceux qui veulent étudier l'Histoire de Normandie, les conquêtes des Normands en Italie et l'Histoire d'Angleterre sous la dynastie normande. Bon exemplaire agréblement relié au XIXème par Messier. Relieur de l'époque romantique qui exerça 13, rue des Marais-Saint-Germain à Paris, de 1826 à 1842. Brunet II, 856.

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        De Cometa Anni MDCXVIII. Dissertationes…in quibus tum istius motus, tum aliorum omnium essentia, effectus, & praesagiendi facultas declarantur. Eiusdem Thomase Fieni Epistolica quaestio. An verum fit, Coelum moveri, & Terram quiescere

      153, [1], 1 leaf. Small 8vo, attractive antique calf-backed paste-paper boards (some light browning as is usual with this book), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Antwerp: W. à Tongris, 1619. First edition of this rare work containing two dissertations on the famous comet of 1618-19 which attracted so much attention from the leading astronomers of the time, including Galileo and Scheiner. Feyens (1567-1631), professor of medicine at the University of Louvain, was physician to Archduke Albert of Austria. Feyens had studied at the University of Bologna in 1590-93 where he witnessed Tagliacozzi's operations. Froidmont (or Fromond) (1587-1653), a professor of philosophy and theology at Louvain, engaged in a series of astronomical controversies, including an attack on Lansberge's Commentationes (1630). He objected to the theory of a moving earth and attempted to disprove Galileo on scientific and philosophical grounds. Both treatises are careful descriptions of the comet, with accounts of its nature, origins, appearance, size, and path. Referring to Tycho Brahe's observations, Feyens stresses the singularity of comets amongst astronomical phenomena: they are definitely not stars and have to be dealt with in an appropriate way. An impressive amount of data on the sighting of the comet from distant sites and from contemporary astronomical publications are gathered here. A very good copy of a rare book. ❧ Carli & Favaro 77. Lalande, p. 174. Poggendorff, I, 746 & 811-12.

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        LUCIANI SAMOSATENSIS OPERA OMNIA

      LUCIANI/BENEDICTUS JOHANNES LUCIANI SAMOSATENSIS OPERA OMNIA SALMURI 1619 2 volumi in-8°, piena pergamena originale con unghie, tassello con titolo al dorso. Vol I: frontespizio con graziosa decorazione, nome a penna di antico proprietario sul foglio di guardia, [14] pp. 1078 || [37] INDEX +1 di errata nel fine. Vol II: frontespizio con graziosa decorazione, nome di antico possessore a penna [4] pp. + bianco, pp. 1114; [46] INDEX. Testo su due colonne, una in greco e l'altra in latino. Ottimo esemplare conservato nella sobria legatura in pergamena originale. Fresco esemplare intonso di questa importante OPERA OMNIA di LUCIANI cfr. HOFFMANN P. 537 bibliographischen LEXICON DER GESAMMTEN LITRATURE DER GRIECHEN. GRAESSE IV, pag 278 e BRUNET vol. III pag 1207: . Piena pergamena

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        Virginiæ item et Floridæ Americæ provinciarum, nova descriptio.

      [Amsterdam, 1619]. 342 x 484 mm. L'une des plus belles cartes du tout début du XVIIe siècle sur cette région, allant de la baie de Chesapeake en Virginie ("Chesepioock sinus") à la ville de St Augustine en Floride, en passant par la Géorgie et la Caroline du Sud. Inspirée à la fois de la carte de la Virginie de John White et de celle de la Floride par Jacques Le Moyne, c'est la seule carte régionale des Etats-Unis présente dans l'atlas de Mercator et Hondius. De chaque côté du cartouche de titre figurent les représentations de villages Indiens de Floride et de Virginie. La carte est ornée d'une rose des vents, de navires, de monstres marins, de Floridiens à bord d'une petite embarcation, et de deux personnages identifiés comme le roi et la reine habitant la province de Floride. Dans les montagnes des Appalaches, on mentionne la présence d'or et d'argent. Texte français au verso. Pliure centrale présentant des défauts, mouillures marginales. Exemplaire finement colorié à l'époque. Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9400:1A ; Burden, 151.

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        Discorso delle Comete di Mario Guiducci fatto da lui nell'Accademia Fiorentina nel suo medesimo consolato

      Woodcut device of the Medicean stars on title & two woodcut diagrams in the text. 2 p.l., 54 pp., one blank leaf. Small 4to, late 19th-cent. green diced morocco, arms of the House of Visconti in gilt within a richly decorated border, spine richly gilt, a.e.g. Florence: P. Cecconcelli, 1619. First edition and a very fine copy. Although published under the name of his pupil and assistant Mario Guiducci (1585-1646), the present book is actually the work of Galileo (the autograph manuscript survives). It is a concealed reply to the attack of the Jesuit Orazio Grassi's De Tribus Cometis, published earlier in the same year, and marks the beginning of Galileo's long controversy with Scheiner and the other Jesuit astronomers over the comet of 1618. The dispute continued for several years and resulted in Galileo's scientific manifesto Il Saggiatore (1623) which contains his most important ideas on the philosophy of scientific investigation. In addition to a description of the comets of 1618, Galileo discusses the satellites of Jupiter, the uses of the telescope, fixed stars not visible to the naked eye, etc. ❧ Carli & Favaro 80. Cinti 63.

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        TEGERNSEE., Gesamtansicht mit Kloster vom See aus, links oben Wappen.

      Kupferstich aus C. Stengel, Monasteriologia, Augsburg, 1619, 12 x 17 cm. Auf der vollen Buchseite mit 3 Seiten lateinischem Text und Schlußvignette in Holzschnitt. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Origo & Historia Belgicorum Tumultuum. & Appendix sive historia tragica de furoribus Gallicis.

      Leiden: Bartholomeum van der Bild, 1619. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo (17,8 x 11,3 cm). (14), 288, (46) pp. Contemporary vellum. Title in ink on spine. Spine with 6 thongs. Illustrated with 18 nice copper-engraved portraits (of. a.o. Karel V, Willem van Oranje, Margaretha van Oostenrijk, Requesens, Alva etc.) and a folding plate (of the statue of Alva). Decorated initials. Very good copy with powerfull engravings. Vellum little bit browned. Appendix with a very small, non disturbing wormhole in the lower margin. Endpapers with older bibliographical annotations. Title page with a library stamp, but overall in a very good condition. This work about the Dutch rebellion from 1555 to the beginning of the Twelve Years Truce in 1608 is a Latin translation of the work of Johannes Gysius: "Oorsprong en voortgang der Neder-Landtscher beroerten ende ellendicheden (1616). The appendix "Historia Tragica de Furoribus Gallicis & caede Admirallij Narratio" has its own title page (with an engraved vignette) and pagination. Both title pages have the same title vignette. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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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.

      Gregor Haenlin. Ingolstatt., 1619 - 598 Seiten, 15,5x8,5 cm. Leder der Zeit mit 2 Messingschließen an Lederlaschen, Rücken berieben mit kleinen Fehlstellen, Kanten bestossen, Titelseite lose, sonst schönes Exemplar, SEHR SELTEN. ganzseitiger Kupferstich, Titelseite in Zweifarbdruck. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 300 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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