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        L'Immortalite de l'Ame, declaree avec raisons naturel les tesmoignages humains et divins pour la Foy Catholique contre les Athees et Libertins.

      Chez Nicolas Buon, 1621, Cuir, Book Condition: Tr?s Bonne Condition, 1ere ?ditionSize: 11cm x 17,5cm, [20ff] - 456 pages. Page titre grav?. Reliure d'?poque en cuir avec restaurations anciennes au dos et sur les plats. Dos ? 4 nerfs. Sceau de la "furstliche hofbibliothek Donaueschingen". Pages int?rieures en tr?s bonne condition, propres et solides. Louys RICHEOME, appel? de son temps le Cic?ron fran?ais, naquit ? Digne en Provence l'an 1544, entra au noviciat de Paris en 1563 , et d?fendit avec z?le la foi catholique contre les huguenots. Apr?s avoir ?t? deux fois provincial , il devint assistant de France en 1608, et mourut ? Bordeaux en 1623, avec une grande r?putation de pi?t?. Henri IV faisait sa lecture assidue des ouvrages du R. P?re Louys Richeome. EXEMPLAIRE TR?S RARE. LA COPAC N'INDIQUE QUE 2 EXEMPLAIRES et la BNQ EN POSS?DE UN. L'EXEMPLAIRE QUE NOUS AVONS EST LE SEUL QUI SOIT IMPRIM? CHEZ NICOLAS BUON. Les autres ont ?t? imprim?s chez S?bastien Cramoisy. ? cette ?poque les imprimeurs sont ?galement ?diteurs, il arrive fr?quemment qu'ils se divisent les co?ts de production entre eux. Chaque imprimeur voit ainsi appara?tre son nom sur un certain nombre d'exemplaires. C'est une pratique plus commune aux XVIe et XVIIe si?cles mais on voit quelque fois des exemples du XVIIIe si?cle. Il n'y a probablement pas aucune diff?rence entre les diff?rents exemplaires mis ? part la page de titre. Suite ? une recherche dans WorldCat, il ne semble y avoir que deux imprimeurs (Cramoisy et Buon). PHOTO DISPONIBLE SUR DEMANDE, Livre

      [Bookseller: Louis Caron]
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        "In der Stube" originales Ölgemälde auf Malpappe ca. 28x32cm; rechts unten signiert; verso Ausstellungsaufkleber "Kunstpalast Düsseldorf (Nummer:) 1621"

      . Maße im dekorativen Rahmen 37x41cm..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Niederbayern]
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        Vita S. Joannis Nepomuceni sigilli sacramentalis protomartyris conscripta primum a P. Bohuslao Balbino S.J. nunc aucta ex eactis processuum,...Augsburg, Johann Andrea Pfeffel, 1730. 4to. With an engraved frontispiece and 32 full-page engraved plates by Johann Andreas Pfeffel. Contemporary full marbled calf.

      De Backer & Sommervogel I, cols. 802-3, nr. 22; Thieme & Becker XXVI, p. 525. Rare original edition of this work on the life, beatification and canonization of the national Saint of Bohemia, Johann von Nepomuk (John of Nepomuk or Nepomucene) by the Czech Jesuit Bohuslav Balbín (1621-1688). Binding used; Good copy.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        LES OEUVRES DE M. ANDRE DV LAURENS. Sieur de Ferrieres, Con. & Premier Medecin du Tref-chreftien Roy de France & de Nauvarre, Henry Le Grand.

      Rouen: pour Raphael de Petit Val. 1621 - Folio, 36.5x23cm. Old calf spine, re-cased with recent paper over boards. Manuscript note crossed from base of title, and signature added (circa 18th.c) A small section has some light water staining to upper inner margin and spreading, otherwise a nice clean copy. Five parts in one vol. With engraved title, portrait (after contents) and 26 full-page anatomical engravings, numerous initial letters and head and tail pieces. A good solid copy. Wellcome I 1943. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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        De re vehiculari veterum libri duo. Accedit P. Ligorii de vihiculis fragmentarum. 2 Tle. in einem Band. Frankfurt, Zunner 1671. 8°. 3 Bll., 286 S., 422 S., mit gest. Titel, 4 Textkupfer u. 38 Textholzschnitten, gefärbt. Prgt. d. Zt.

      - VD17 23:237989W (oft unvollständig) - Brunet 29030 - Graesse VIII, 297 - Bibl. Dt. Mus., Libri rari 245 (nur Tl.1) - ADB XXX, 681.- Erste Ausgabe.- Abhandlung über das Fuhrwesen der Antike. Beschreibt Technik und Bau der verschiedenen Wagentypen, Scheiben- u. Speichenräder, Achsen usw. mit entspr. Abbildungen.- J. Scheffer (1621-1679) war Professor der Rhetorik u. Politik zu Uppsala u. zählte zu den gelehrten Männern am Hofe Königin Christinas.- Titel gestempelt u. mit Quetschfalte, gebräunt u. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Zistersdorf, 30. IX. 1621. - ¾ S. Folio. Mit papiergedecktem Siegel. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten mit Dank für dessen "hoches Vertrauen so sy in mich sezen thuen". - Hans Ulrich Concin von Penna war kaiserlicher Feldhauptmann und sollte 1637 Besitzer der Veste Niederweiden werden, die seine Familie dann 1685 an Ernst Rüdiger Graf Starhemberg veräußerte. - Etwas angestaubt und mit kleineren Läsuren.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Texture of the Universe. Selected Writings By Henry and Thomas Vaughn

      Tregynon, Newtown, Powys: Gwasg Gregynog, 2010 In dark blue quarter leather with cloth, image in gold to front. Spine has title in gold. Internally, green endpapers, 117 pp, [2], small binders label to ep, an edition limited to just 90 copies, of which 75 are bound similar to this by Stephen Conway and 15 are in a special design binding by van Daal. With its own slipcase. The twins, Thomas and Henry Vaughn, born 1621, were both powerful and distinctive writers and are presented here in a new selection by Gwasg Gregynog.

      [Bookseller: Madoc Books]
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        Anacephalaeoses id est, summa capita actorum regum Lusitaniae Accesserunt Epigrammata in singulos Reges ab insigni Poeta Emmanuele Pimenta Et illorum effigies ad viuum expressae, cura(m), & sumptibus Emmanuelis Sueyro Regiae Catholicae Maiestatis Aulici Familiaris, Equitis militiate Salvatoris nostri Jesu Christi

      Antverp, Belleros Bros. 1621. - 4to. (8) lvs., pp. 1 – 86; 1 unnumb. leaf, pp. 87 – 143, pp. 142 - 582 (instead of 597: lacking quires Eeee 4 and Ffff 4), 12 lvs. (=Index). With frontipiece (Coat-of-armes of Portugal) and 25 plates (24 of them show Portugese rulers, 1 the allegory of Lusitania), all full-page-size. The plates are complete. 19th century calf (spine renewed, rubbed, some staining), gilt-stamped supralibros (coat-of-armes) on both boards. First edition, rare. Slightly browned throughout, paper defect to 1 leaf (without touching text), a few small brown-stains. A well preserved copy. Brunet V, 1097; Graesse VI, 264; Backer-Sommervogel VIII, 483, 2. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur]
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        OOST ENDE WEST-INDISCHE SPIEGHEL WAER IN BESCHREVEN WERDEN DE TWEELAETSTE NAVIGATIENGHEDAEN INDE JAEREN 1614, 1615, 1616, 617, ENDE 1618

      Zutphen: Andries Janssz van Aelst, 1621.. 192pp. plus two folding maps and twenty-three plates (five folding). Small oblong quarto. 19th century vellum. Very minor soiling and toning. Very good. A fundamentally important record of Dutch circumnavigation, military activity, and trade rivalry in the early 17th century, this narrative was first published in Leyden in 1619 and later published in French and the present Dutch, in 1621. It is appropriate that this volume contains the accounts of both Joris Van Spilbergen and Jacob Le Maire's voyages, since the two were intertwined. Van Spilbergen undertook his voyage on behalf of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). Le Maire's father, Isaac, had had a falling out with the VOC in 1605. He outfitted his own vessel for a circumnavigation, captained by his son, Jacob, and by Willem Corneliszoon Schouten, in order to lessen the VOC's trade monopoly. The first part of this volume contains the account of Spilbergen's circumnavigation, while the later part treats the voyage of Le Maire. Of the two voyages, that of Le Maire and Schouten is the more significant. They discovered a new passage to the Pacific south of the Straits of Magellan, sailed around Tierra del Fuego, and named Cape Horn. Sailing to the west, they discovered the islands of the Taumoto Archipelago, the Tonga group, the Solomon Islands, and several islands along the northern coast of New Guinea. These discoveries contributed greatly to the European knowledge of the South Pacific. When Le Maire and Schouten's ship reached Jakarta in late 1616, they were seized by agents of the Dutch East India Company and sailed the rest of the way back to the Netherlands accompanied by Van Spilbergen's fleet. Le Maire died en route. The main contribution of Van Spilbergen's exploration was in the Philippines and the Ladrone Islands. He also performed important military work for the Dutch government, raiding Spanish shipping and settlements along the coast of South America. Many of the locations he visited and raided are depicted in the woodcuts. Van Spilbergen was apparently impressed with Le Maire and Schouten's achievement, and had the account of their explorations published together with his own voyage. The work went through several printings in many languages. The book contains a wealth of images of the islands and peoples of the South Pacific, including a map of Tierra del Fuego and the "Straits of Le Maire," the "Cocos" Islands (Tafahi), and the "Hoornsche" Islands of the Tonga group. It also includes the important map showing Le Maire and Schouten's route across the Pacific, and maps of the Philippines. The illustrations include views of the Straits of Magellan, Acapulco, Lima, and Concepcion. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 621/118. BORBA DE MORAES II:276. TIELE- MULLER 69. HILL 1619 (ref).

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Parable of the Sower and of the Seed

      1621 - TAYLOR, Thomas. The Parable of the Sower and of the Seed. Declaring in foure severall grounds, among other things: 1. How farre an Hypocrite may goe in the way towards heaven, and wherein the sound Christian goeth beyond him. And 2. In the last and best ground, largely discourseth of a good heart. which of it selfe is an entire treatise. And also, 3. From the constant fruit of the good ground. the doctrine of the perseverance of Saints: oppugneth the fifth Article of the late Arminians; and plainly answereth their most colourable Arguments and evasions. London, printed by Felix Kingston for John Bartlet, 1621. Octavo. [xvi]453[13]pp. First edition. Taylor (1576-1633), a Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge, was a Puritan divine known as "a brazen wall against Popery." He preached before Queen Elizabeth at the age of only 25. He wrote several books, among them "The Mappe of Rome," (1620), five sermons on the gunpowder treason plot. Shaken; endpapers and old calf boards detached; title page missing one corner, with no loss of text. The endpapers were used for calligraphy practice; the alphabet, and the words "Being commanded upon mature consideration to.," "Under the hand and seal of the Right Honourable S. Thomas.," and both upper- and lower-case alphabets are repeated many times in a beautiful early hand. A rare survival. (Not in OCLC or Library of Congress catalogue. BL 4226.bb.38). Needs rebinding, as is.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        ORIGEN DE LAS DIGNIDADES SEGLARES DE CASTILLA Y LEON

      - Origen de las dignidades seglares de Castilla, y León. Con relación sumaria de los Reyes de estos Reynos, de sus acciones, casamientos, hijos, muertes, sepultura. De los que las han creado, y tenido, y de muchos Ricos Homes, Confirmadores de Privilegios, &c. Con un resumen al fin de las mercedes que su Magestad ha hecho de Marqueses, y Condes, desde el año de 1621 hasta fin del de 1656.- En Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, Año M. DC. LVII (1657); 4 hojas de preliminares, 189 folios, 3 hojas.Impresión a dos columnas, texto enmarcado. SIGUE DE: CARRILLO (Alonso). Origen de la Dignidad de Grande de Castilla, preeminencias de que goza en los actos públicos, y Palacio de los Reyes de España.- En Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, Año M. DC. LVII (1657); 4 hojas de preliminares 52 folios. Las dos obras en un volumen en folio pergamino de época con lomo rotulado. Palau nº 286868. Primera edición con las dos partes. Buen ejemplar.

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        Graecia

      Amsterdam 1621 - Size : 365x470 (mm), 14.375x18.5 (Inches), Hand Colored

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        ANACEPHALAEOSES ID EST, SUMMA CAPITA ACTORUM REGUM LUSITANIAE ACCESSERUNT EPIGRAMMATA IN SINGULOS REGES FROM INSIGNI POETA EMMANUELE PIMENTA ET ILLORUM EFFIGIES AD VIUUM EXPRESSAE, CURA (M) , & SUMPTIBUS EMMA CARDUELIS SUEYRO REGIAE CATHOLICAE Maiestatis Aulici Familiaris, Equitis Militiate Salvatoris Nostri Jesu Christi & Domini De Voorde

      Antverpiae: Apud Petrum & Ioannem Belleros. Very Good-; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced . by 40%. Sale price ends soon!***. 1621. Hardcover. Rebound in 20th century half black calf leather with 3 raised bands embossed Nouveau borders over marbled boards. Wear to corners. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. New end sheets and paste downs. Armorial woodcut frontispiece plus 24 woodcut portrait plates of mostly kings and princes of European kingdoms. Woodcut letters begin most chapters. Pages have dampstaining along outer edge. Worming in the top corner of several pages. 7.75" x 10.25". 7.75" x 10.25". 7.75" x 10.25". 7.75" x 10.25". .

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        De lucernis antiqvorum reconditis libb.qvatvor.

      Euangelistam Deuch, Venetiis 1621 - First edition, small 4to, pp. [68], 415; title with woodcut printer's device, 1 folding woodcut showing an ancient oil lamp, 1 full-page illustration (showing another printer's device?) plus 15 woodcut illustrations of ancient lamps in text, head- and tail-pieces, decorated initials, and printed marginal notes throughout; 19th-c. drab paper- covered boards, paper labels titled and numbered in mss on spine, dampstaining and scattered spotting to spine and boards, with moderate wear to extremities, and the text pages remarkably clean. A good or better copy of the rare first edition of a classic study on ancient lamps and the ritual use of fire in religious and other ceremonies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Annales, oder historische Chronick/ der durchleuchtigisten Fürsten und Herren/ Ertzhertogen zu Oesterreich/ Habspurgischen Stammens/ fürnemlich von Rudolpho dem Ersten . bis auff Carolum den Fünfften . auf onkosten Conrad Dietzen von Weidenberg . auss Lateinischer in unser Teutsche Sprach ubersetzt, jetzo von newen durchsehen, und inn Druck gegeben.

      - Augspurg, Johann Schultes, 1621.Folio. Contemporary limp vellum (soiled; sl. dam.). Title printed in red and black with woodcut coat of arms on verso, full-page woodcut genealogical tree of the rulers of Austria, woodcut device at the end, 2 full-page woodcut portraits of archduke Ferdinand and his spouse, and ca. 400 woodcuts in the text of emperors, kings, counts, etc. and their coats of arms. (12),469 (wrongly numbered 481),(1),(46) pp.* First German edition, the first Latin edition appeared in Innsbruck in 1592. - Gerard de Roo, of Dutch origin, was librarian to archduke Ferdinand. - (Somewhat waterstained throughout; wormholes in fly-leaves).Cf. Lipperheide I, p.195. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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        HISTORIA GENERAL DE AVES, Y ANIMALES, De Aristoteles Estagirita. Tradvzida de latin en Romance, y añadida de otros muchos Autores Griegos, y Latinos, que trataron deste mesmo argumento, Por Diego de Funes y Mendoça vezino de Murcia.

      Pedro Patricio Mey, Valencia 1621 - 19'5x15, port. con escudo (agujeros y rúbricas a pluma), 14h, 441p (hum. hasta p63 y p397-final, polilla desde 13ªh hasta p.99, afecta sólo notas marginales, algo corto de márgenes), 3h, capitulares. Plena piel algo roz, lomo con nervios y dorados. - Diego de Funes y Mendoza (Zaragoza 1560-1625) fue un humanista aragonés afincado en Murcia, en donde fue abad. En su traducción, que acaso sea la primera impresa en castellano, añade citas de más de doscientos autores y su experiencia personal. 1621

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        Annotationes In Præcipua [ Praecipua ] Et Difficiliora Sacræ [ Sacrae ] Scripturæ [ Scripturae ] Loca [bound with] In Omnes Beati Pauli Et Aliorum Apostolorum Epistolas Commentaria Authore D. Guillelmo Estio. Nec Non Bartholomaei Petri Elucidationes

      Typis Viduæ & Heredum Petri Borremans, sub signo SS Apostolorum Petri & Pauli, Duaci [ Douai ] (and) Apud Iacobum Quesnel, Parisiis 1621 - Late 18th century half calf over marbled boards, VG. together 3 volumes. tp+[iv]+652+[20]pp, ht+tp+[iv]+588pp, tp+591- 1320+[47]pp, the first work has a title page portrait vignette & the whole is printed in double column within a ruled border, lacks the initial blank leaf a1, pagination errors, with the paper yellowed, the latter part of the work more browned, with a small worm hole to the margin of the last 100pp outside the ruled border. The second work which occupies the second 2 volumes has titles printed in red & black with a woodcut printers device in two colours, printed in double column & again many miss-paginations, half title with an old repair, LACKS GGggii ( leaf 903-904, 909-910 ), margin of pp1019 with a little loss but text unaffected, one sheet has been corrected by pasting the true signature over the incorrect ( at IIIii ), worming to approx 30pp at the bottom edge just affecting the text but the meaning clear from the context. Both volumes have attractive woodcut initails & tailpieces and both have the occasional ink spot or smudge & light foxing, occasional slight marginal water staining. Bindings are rubbed at the edges with the corners more so, all hinges weak but with the text blocks in strong condition. Uniformly rebound in the late 18th or early 19th century. The first work is a early edition, the first having appeared in 1617 whilst the Commentary on the epistles of St Paul first appeared in 1617 and was reprinted several times in the following 100 years. Two Biblical commentaries, including his most famous work on the Pauline Epistles, by the Dutch theologian & controversialist Willem Hessels van Est [ 1542 - 1613 ].The commentary on St Paul of particular merit, indeed, 'no serious student of the Epistles can afford to neglect this work' (Catholic Enc.). Of Est's writings in general it has been said that 'very few writers did more to show (and that in quite and unostentatious manner) the hollowness of [Calvin's] Biblical arguments than Est'. (ibid.). 6650 grams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Réveil de Chyndonax Prince des Vacies Druydes celtiques diionois, avec la saincteté, religion, & diversité des Ceremonies observees aux anciennes Sepultures.

      - Par I. G. D. M. D. Finely engraved coat-of-arms of Roger de Bellegarde on recto of second leaf, one engraved folding plate (lightly dampstained), & several woodcuts in the text. 10 p.l., 176, [14] pp., one leaf of errata. Small 4to, 18th-cent. polished speckled calf (minor dampstaining & browning), double gilt fillet round sides, spine gilt in compartments incorporating a gilt stamp of a giraffe. Dijon: C. Guyot, 1621. First edition of this uncommon book describing one of the most sensational archeological discoveries of the 16th century. In this work, Guénébauld (d. ca. 1630), a physician in Dijon who had studied medicine in Padua and Rome, describes his discovery in 1598 in his vineyard at Poussat of a coffin with a Greek inscription eulogizing Chyndonax, a priest of Mithras. He interpreted it to be an archdruid. Guénébauld’s discovery, near a Roman road, provoked a period of intense interest in druidism in Burgundy. Casaubon, Saumaise, and de Thou all were fascinated by this find. The coffin was later owned by Cardinal Richelieu. "This discovery was a very exciting affair that attracted considerable attention; it consisted of a cylindrical stone coffer, about a foot in height, that contained a glass cinerary urn. On the base of the coffer was a Greek inscription mentioning Mithras and also a name interpreted by Guenebauld as Chyndonax, who, because he was described as a chief priest, was assumed to have been necessarily an important druid. Guenebauld himself published this find some years later in a delightful little book [the present work], complete with illustrations, which seems to be one of the first treatises in the history of transalpine archaeology that dealt with the problems of a single excavation."–T.D. Kendrick, Druids and Druidism, p. 20. Fine copy. Closed tear to X2 without loss of text. ? Caillet 4819–"Ouvrage curieux et recherché." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE RE METALLICA. LIBRI XII. QUIBUS OFFICIA, INSTRUMENTA, MACHINAE, AC OMNIA DENIQUE AD METALLICAM SPECTANTIA.

      Ludovici Regis, Basil 1621 - Folio (8" x 12-1/2") bound in library buckram; irregularly paginated: [10], 502, [58] pages. Illustrated with 273 woodcuts, many full and half page, some signed with the monogram "RMD," and generally attributed to Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch (fl.1525-1572) or, less commonly, Blasius Weffring. Previously published in 1556 and 1561, this edition seems scarcer than either of the previous. PRINTING & THE MIND OF MAN 79: "The first systematic treatise on mining and metallurgy and one of the first technological books of modern times." Herbert Hoover, who first translated this book into English, described this title in his autobiography as "the first important attempt to assemble systematically in print the world-knowledge on mining, metallurgy, and industrial chemistry. It was the great textbook of those industries for two centuries and had dominated thought and practice all that time. In many mining regions and camps, including the Spanish South America, it was chained to the church altar and translated by the priest to the miners between religious services." The book combines a profound technical and financial knowledge of mining with an underlying interest in the health and daily routine of mine workers. The woodcut impressions are strong and dark. As customary with this title, there is browning throughout, occasionally heavy. Small piece of title page repaired with no loss of text or illustration; ink names of David Stuart dated 1771 and Joseph Robertson dated 1830 on title page. Library bookplate on front pastedown and small ink number on the title page illustration; no other library markings except for numbers on the spine. An important and richly illustrated title. Very Good in a serviceable binding [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Memoires de tres-noble et tres-illustre Gaspard de Saulx, seigneur de Tavanes, mareschal de France, admiral des mers de Levant, gouverneur de Provence, conseiller du roy et capitaine de cent hommes d'armes.

      S.l.n.d. [château de Lugny, près d'Autun], (vers 1621), - petit in-folio, [6]-40 (advis)-476-[10] (table)-88-[8] (table) pp., portrait, veau brun moucheté, dos à nerfs, filets dorés, filet doré en encadrement sur les plats (rel. de l'époque). Dos restauré. Bon exemplaire. Édition originale. Rares mémoires sur les campagnes du XVIe siècle, de François Ier à Henri IV. Il s'agit d'une composition de Jean de Tavannes, troisième fils de Gaspard, qui écrivit dans sa retraite (entre 1616 et 1621) pour venger la mémoire de son père des accusations portées contre lui par les Protestants, en raison notamment de son rôle pendant la Saint-Barthélémy. Écrits uniquement pour la famille à partir de papiers du maréchal, ils furent édités par le neveu de l'auteur, Charles de Neuchaize. Ils se présentent sans adresse, sans privilège, et ils ne furent pas diffusés dans le commerce. Certains exemplaires comme le nôtre donnent aussi les mémoires de Guillaume, fils ainé de Gaspard. Le texte est précédé de cinq Advis au Roy d'ordre politique. Ex-libris de la famille de Bauffremont, avec la devise Dieu ayde au premier chrestien.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre]
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        Apulei Madaurensis Platonici Opera Omnia quae exstant -Geverharti Elmenhorsti Emendationes/Viri nobilis & geographi excellentissimi Philippi Cluverii animaversioes in Apulei., ad Geverhartum Elmenhorsttium.

      1621. Gerhard Elhenhorst. 1621 - Officina Wecheliana, Danielem & Davidem Aubrios, & Clementem Schleichium. Franfurt. . 1 Vol. . 32 pgs.+ 367 pgs. + index (8H) + 423 + 1bl. +112 pgs. + index (71 H). Octavo. Pergamino. Clásicos Roma y Grecia , Filosofía / Mitología , Idiomas (Latín), Literatura Universal (Italiana), Siglo XVII . Apuleyo, escritor latino de la segunda mitad del s. II. Su producción literaria fue múltiple y polifacética escribió en latín y en griego, en prosa y en poesía, descollando, sin embargo, más como prosista latino, y concretamente en prosa narrativa, en oratoria y en filosofía. Ejemplar con grabado calcográfico del autor en portada y marca tipográfica en la segunda portada. Encuadernado en pergamino con lomera caligrafiada. Sólo se encuentran tres ejemplares en el Catálogo de Patrimonio. En buen estado.

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa]
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        DE RE METALLICA. LIBRI XII. QUIBUS OFFICIA, INSTRUMENTA, MACHINAE, AC OMNIA DENIQUE AD METALLICAM SPECTANTIA

      Basil: Ludovici Regis, 1621. Third Latin Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in a serviceable binding. Folio (8" x 12-1/2") bound in library buckram; irregularly paginated: [10], 502, [58] pages. Illustrated with 273 woodcuts, many full and half page, some signed with the monogram "RMD," and generally attributed to Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch (fl.1525-1572) or, less commonly, Blasius Weffring. Previously published in 1556 and 1561, this edition seems scarcer than either of the previous. PRINTING & THE MIND OF MAN 79: "The first systematic treatise on mining and metallurgy and one of the first technological books of modern times." Herbert Hoover, who first translated this book into English, described this title in his autobiography as "the first important attempt to assemble systematically in print the world-knowledge on mining, metallurgy, and industrial chemistry. It was the great textbook of those industries for two centuries and had dominated thought and practice all that time. In many mining regions and camps, including the Spanish South America, it was chained to the church altar and translated by the priest to the miners between religious services." The book combines a profound technical and financial knowledge of mining with an underlying interest in the health and daily routine of mine workers. The woodcut impressions are strong and dark. As customary with this title, there is browning throughout, occasionally heavy. Small piece of title page repaired with no loss of text or illustration; ink names of David Stuart dated 1771 and Joseph Robertson dated 1830 on title page. Library bookplate on front pastedown and small ink number on the title page illustration; no other library markings except for numbers on the spine. An important and richly illustrated title.

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        Refranes o proverbios en romance, que coligió, y glosó el Comendador Hernán Nuñez, profesor de Retórica, y Griego, en la Universidad de Salamanca. Y la Filosofía vulgar de Juan de Mal Lara, en mil refranes glosados, que son todos los que hasta aora en Castellano andan impresos.Van juntamente las cuatro cartas de Blasco de Garay hechas en refranes para enseñar el uso de ellos.

      Lérida: Luys de Menescal, Mercader de libros, 1621. - 4to. 399 fols. A partir del fol. 121: "La Filosofía Vulgar de Juan de Mal Lara". Encuadernación pergamino de época. Excelente estado. Palau 197518

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        Du Bartas his diuine weekes, and workes : with a compleate collectio[n] of all the other most delight-full workes translated and written by yt famous philomusus, Iosuah Syluester Gent

      London : Printed by Humphray Lownes 1621 - Physical desc.: [32], 1215, [1] p., ill., port. (woodcuts). Notes: In verse. The title page is engraved and signed: R: Elstracke sculpsit. Includes translations by Sylvester of works by Henry Smith; Guy du Faur, seigneur de Pibrac; Odet de La Noue, seigneur de Teligny; Girolamo Fracastoro; George Goodwin; and Pierre Matthieu. Also contains most of Sylvester's original works. Publication date from colophon. The first leaf is blank."The history of Iudith . Englished by Tho. Hudson" has separate title page dated 1620. There are also numerous divisional titles; pagination and register are continuous throughout. Referenced by: STC (2nd ed.) 21653. Language: English ; French. Text within borders. Historiated initials, head and tail-pieces. Edges browned with some creasing. The folding plate has suffered considerable loss. Copy of Thomas Renshaw with his signiature in multiple. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in blind. A good copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 4 Kg. 1215 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Epitome Troporum Ac Schematum et Grammaticorumet Rhetoricorum

      London - Ex Typographia Societatis Stationariorum, 1621 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Hardbound in paper covered boards. Very scarce. Only three copies are noted on the ESTC. Joannes Susenbrotus (c1484 - c1543) was a German humanist, teacher of Latin, and author of textbooks. He wrote several books in Latin, amongst them a Latin textbook Grammaticae artis institutio and a collection of Christian poems. His rhetorics textbook Epitome troporum defines 132 tropes and figures and gives examples of their use in ancient literature as well as references in contemporary books on rhetorics. Susenbrotus' textbooks spread his name to pupils all over Europe. William Shakespeare seems to have known Epitome troporum, since - as T. W. Baldwin pointed out - he uses numerous examples from Susenbrotus' book in his works. He is also a well-known rhetorician to other Elizabethan writers and poets such as Gabriel Harvey, Thomas Nashe and Thomas Watson. On 12 March 1615, students of Trinity College, Cambridge, played the Latin comedy, Susenbrotus, or Fortunia, probably written by John Chappell, in the presence of King James I at Royston. As late as 1660 the English educationalist Charles Hoole recommends Susenbrotus' Epitome as a textbook for grammar schools. The volume is bound with Thomas Farnaby's 'Figurae Tropi et Schemata' (1616). Only one copy of this is noted in existence at Aberdeenon the ESTC. Thomas Farnaby (c1575 - 1647) was an English schoolmaster and scholar. His works chiefly consisted of annotated editions of Latin authors Juvenal, Persius, Seneca, Martial, Lucan, Virgil, Ovid and Terence, which enjoyed extraordinary popularity. He is also the author of textbooks on rhetoric and Latin grammar. On 6 April 1632, Farnaby was presented with a royal patent granting him, for the space of twenty-one years, the sole right of printing and publishing certain of his works. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is some wear to the extremities including complete loss to the leather. The spine has been laminated and there are a few handling marks to the boards. Internally the pages are generally clean with the occasional handling mark and odd spot. There is some writing on the title page and an ink annotation to one page of the figurae tropi. There is a smallink stamp mark to the front pastedown. Overall the volume is in good only condition..

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        Selecta Circa Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis, Subtilioris Doctrinae : Quae In Complutensi Academia Versatur, Una cum tractatu de subsistentia, & modis unionum, & aliis, quae non vulgaria, sed subtilia maxime sunt, miro quodam ordine disposita, & in dilucidam methodum redacta / Per Licentiatum Franciscum Murcia De La Llana, In Insigni eiusdem Academiae Collegio Theologorum Collegam. Ad Dominum, D. Petrum A Castro Civitatis Segoviensis Episcopum, & Sacrae Caesareae Maiestatis Supremi Senatus meritissimum Consiliarium. Ingolstadtii, Typis Wilhelmi Ederi, Anno M.DC.XXI.

      Ingolstadt, Wilhelm Eder, 1621. - 8° (20x15), 8 Bl., 675 S., Schweinslederband d.Zt. auf 4 Bünden, reicher BlindPräg, Schließen fehlen, neuzeitliches Exl aV, ordentliches sauberes Exemplar, [VD17 12:631728W].- Zensor: Figueroa, Franciscus de.- Widmungsempfänger: Castro, Petrus a.- Murcia de la Llana, Francisco (-1684) .- Aristoteles (v384-v322) Physica [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Discursos politicos.

      Barcelona, Sebastian de Cormellas, 1621. - Printed within a double rule border. (2), 80 ll. [numerous errors in foliation]. 4°, early limp vellum (stained, loosening). A few faint stains. Overall in fine condition. Contemporary inscription on title-page; bookplate of the Auersperg collection. ---- FIRST EDITION. This work, which includes references to the Americas, and a discussion of the impact of overseas possessions on domestic policy, comments at length on a @consulta of the Real Consejo de Castilla that had been written by Diego del Coral y Arellano. The @consulta dealt with the marked decline in the population of Castile, and made brief recommendations on how to change that trend. Fernández de Navarrete elaborates on these measures, which included cutting taxes, reducing the number of people at Court exempt from taxation, reducing the Court's expenditures, allowing fewer religious houses to be established and setting a minimum age for entering religious orders. These suggestions were further developed in the author's @Conservacion de monarquias, Madrid, 1626. Fernández de Navarrete was a canon of Santiago de Compostela and royal chaplain and secretary; he also published translations of Seneca.According to the letter from Miguel de Prats to Fernández de Navarrete that serves as a preface to this volume, the @Discursos was published without the author's knowledge. Prats, a protégé of Fernández de Navarrete's brother Alfonso (who died a martyr in Japan), found a manuscript of the work in the luggage of a man who had died in Barcelona, and decided to publish it, fearing the author was too modest to do so himself.Palau and Salvá both state that the @Discursos was published by Prats but appeared without the author's name; perhaps they had seen a different issue, since this copy has Fernández de Navarrete's name on the title-page. The imprint and collation given in Palau and Salvá agree with this copy.@Provenance: From the library of Wolfgang Engelbert, Graf von Auersperg (1610?73), with his bookplate. The accession inscription on the title-page was written by Dr. Schonleben, a noted historian and theologian, and a close friend of the Graf. See J. Petzholdt, @Neuer Anzeiger für Bibliographie und Bibliothekswissenschaft (Dresden, 1878), pp. 10?17 and 50?55.---- Alden & Landis 621/39. Palau 89490. Simón Díaz F1035: calling for (2), 90 ll. Colmeiro Penido, @Economistas españolas 188. Kress S.490. Nicolau Antonio @Nova, II, 192. HSA, p. 203. Salvá 3668. Heredia 4294 (the Salvá copy) and 4295. NUC: MH, CU, PU, NNH, CU, MoSW. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Delle lodi del granduca di Toscana Cosimo II. Orazione di Michelagnol Buonarroti. Recitata da lui nell'Accademia Fiorentina il di 21. di dicembre 1621

      - In Firenze, appresso Pietro Cecconcelli, alle Stelle Medicee, 1622, in-4, bella legatura in cartoncino settecentesco decorato in xilografia con un motivo policromo, pp. [4], 46, [2], l'ultima carta bianca. Con stemma mediceo inciso in legno sul front. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione. Gamba 2031. Vinciana 3656. Parenti p. 108. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Miroir Oost & West-Indical, auquel sont descriptes les deux dernieres navigations, faictes es années 1614, 1615, 1616, 1617 & 1618 . par le destroict de Magellan, & ainsi tout autour de toute la terre, avec toutes les battailes donneées tant par terre que par eau. Icy sont aussi adioustées deux histoires, l'une des Indes Orientales, l'autre des Indes Occidentales, avec le nombre des navires, forts, soldats & artillerie. L'autre faicte par Jacob Le Maire, lequel au costé du Zud du destroict de Magellan, a descouvert un nouveau destroict. Avec la description de tous pays, gens & nations.

      - Amsterdam, Jan Jansz, 1621.Oblong 8vo. Contemporary vellum (sl. soiled), with ties. With 25 engraved maps and plates (6 folding or double-page). (4),172 pp.* First French edition; first published in Leyden in 1619: Oost ende West-Indische spiegel der nieuwe navigatien. - 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). 'The Mirror is an extremely important book for the history of Dutch navigation' ( Borba de Moraes p.827). - One tear skilfully repaired, otherwise a very fine copy of the two famous Dutch circumnavigations.Tiele 1030; Tiele, Memoire, 70; Cat. NHSM I, p.115; Landwehr, VOC,362; Muller, America, 1970; European-Americana III, p.178; Sabin 89451. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Il Pastor Fido. Tragicomedia Pastorale, del molto illvstre signor cavaliere Battista Gvarini. .,

      Venedig, Ciotti 1621. - Aggiontoui di nouo in questa Impressione le Rime dello stesso Autore, & di bellißime Figure adornato. (8) 362 S. (recte 429), 2 Bll. Mit Portr. u. 6 Taf. in Holzschn. Pgt. d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit. Einbd. mit Wurmstichen. Durchgehend braunfleckig, vereinz. waserrandig. Exlibris am Innendeckel. Fehlstelle am Fußsteg d.Tit., angerandet u. handschr. ergänzt. pp. Graeese III, 167 - "Der Dichter bezeichnete das 1581-1590 entstandene Werk, in dem komische, tragische, mythologische und dramtaische Elemente ineinander übergehen, als tragicommedia - ein Begriff den die italienische Literatur fortan übernahm. Polemischer Anlaß für die Entstehung des Pastor fido war Guarinis Aufbegehren gegen die in der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jh.s. dominierende Interpretation der Aristotelischen Poetik". (KLL VII, 10) - Ss. 289-428 falsch num. (189-328); S. 429 falsch num. (362). Pages 289-428 misnumbered 189-328; p. 429 misnumbered 362. - Enthält ab p.199: Rime del molto illustre Signor cavaliere Battista Guarini. Dedicate al l`illustrissimo & reverendissimo Signor Cardinale Pietro Aldobrandini. Di nuovo in questa impressione corrette, & accresciute dallo stesto Autore. Ebda. 1621.

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        Epitome Astronomiae Copernicanae.Linz, Planck, 1618 (with) Epitomes Astronomiae Copernicanae.Liber Quartus.Linz, impensis Godefridi Tampachii excudebat Planck, 1622 (and) Epitomes Astronomiae Copernicanae.Libri V. VI. VII Frankfurt sumptibus Godefridi Tampachii

      1621 - 8vo. pp [ii] 419-932 [xvi] 17-418 [xviii]. Roman and Italic letter, some Greek, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, astronomical and geometrical diagrams and illustrations throughout, outer leaf of synoptic table missing (trimmed to binding). Mostly marginal wormtrail to first gathering without loss, poor quality paper with intermittent foxing and age browning, a good, unrestored well-margined copy bound in original vellum fragment of C15th antiphonal leaf in red, blue, and brown ink. Ex dono of Joannes Moeri to the Jesuit College at [?], 1668 on first t.p. THE FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN SCIENCE FIRST EDITION of Books 1-3 and 5-7, second edition of Book 4, in its entirety one of Kepler's most influential works and the first complete manual of astronomy constructed according to new principles, published as an inexpensive octavo textbook for students in question-and-answer format. It contains Kepler's three laws of planetary motion around the Sun, arguing that heavenly bodies travelled in elliptical orbits at varying speeds rather than fixed circular orbits, and in short, making the Copernican system "nearly 100 times more accurate"(DSB). The principles here would form the theoretical basis for Newton's law of universal gravitation nearly a century later: his Principia (1687) was first introduced to the Royal Society as "a mathematical demonstration of the Copernican hypothesis as proposed by Kepler". 
The first three books outline the mechanics of the earth's motion - which Galileo focused on in his Dialogo (1632). This controversial subject would land the Epitome on the Index of Prohibited Books in 1619. Most importantly Kepler extends his first two laws to the rest, stating that his discoveries concerning the orbit of Mars exist for other planets, the satellites of Jupiter, and for the moon which revolves around the earth. Book IV deals with lunar theory and 'harmonic law' - that is, Kepler's scale of the distance between the planets which he describes as the origin of the music of the spheres. "Kepler's harmonic law, which he had discovered just as the Harmonice was going to press" were explored in greater detail (Gingerich, Johannes Kepler II, A). Composition and publication of this volume was interrupted when Kepler's mother Katharina was accused of witchcraft. Kepler was much involved in her defense, and eventual acquittal in 1621. Books V-VII consider the practical geometry, and problems that arise, from the more theoretical discussions of elliptical and lunar theory in the first half of the book. They also offer a theoretical explanation for the Rudolphine Tables or maps of constellations Kepler had begun in his apprenticeship with Tycho Brahe at his observatory outside Prague, and completed after the astronomer's death when Kepler was appointed to take Brahe's place as astrological advisor to Emperor Rudolph II. "From 1630 - 1650 the Epitome was the most widely read treatise on theoretical astronomy in Europe" DSB 7 & 8 p. 302. A rare and very influential work by one of the most famous astronomers even to this day, whose work radically altered the course of modern astronomy. 
The book has been bound in a curious order, though complete. Book 4 (++8, Aaa-Mmm8), then Books 5-7 including index and errata leaf (+6, 4A- 4S8, 4T2, 4V8), and finally Books 1-3 with a few gatherings reshuffled (B8, *6, A8, C8-Bb8, Cc6) almanac at the very end (**-***4). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus Amplissimus de Viribus Patriae Potestatis Quatuor in Libros

      1621. The Law of Parent and Child Pascale, Filippo [d. 1625]. Tractatus Amplissimus de Viribus Patriae Potestatis Quatuor in Libros Distinctus. In Quibus Omnia, Quae Parentes Erga Liberos Possint, Vel Debeant, & E Contra, Quosue Sanguinis Coniunctio Operetur Effectus, Facili, Fertilique Methodo Pertractantur. Cum Indice Materiarum Locupletissimo, Singulorumque Capitulorum Argumentis, Tertia hac Editione ad Eodem Authore Multis Erroribus Emendatus, Nonnulisq; Additionibus, Quae Sub Hioc Signo * Demonstrantur, Locupletatus. Naples: Ex Typographia Lazari Scorigii, 1621. [xvi], 535, [57] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (11-1/2" x 8"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, top edge and fore-edge of rear board mended, endpapers renewed, ties lacking. Light rubbing to extremities, a few minor stains to boards, spine ends bumped, minor chip to foot. Title page, with large woodcut vignette, printed in red and black, woodcut decorated initials. Heavy toning to text, light browning in places, occasional faint dampspotting, minor worming to margins in a few places, some edgewear and early repairs to edges of preliminaries. Early owner signature and annotation to title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. An appealing copy. * Second edition. First published in 1619, this is a treatise on the law of parent and child in the Roman and Spanish systems. (Naples was part of the Spanish empire during the seventeenth century.) It appears to have been a well-received work; its third edition appeared in 1672. All editions are scarce. In North America OCLC locates no copies of the first edition, 2 copies of the second (at Yale Law School and the Newberry Library) and 1 copy of the third (at the University of Alberta). Not in Camus or the British Museum Catalogue.

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        Delle caccie . . . libri quattro.(Colophon: Naples, Lazaro Scoriggio, 1626). 4to. With an engraved architectural title-page and 13 full-page engraved illustrations (plus 8 repeats) on integral leaves, depicting hunting, hawking, fishing and fowling, they and the title-page engraved by N. Perrey. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment.

      Harting, Bibl. Accipitraria 277; Schwerdt II, p. 123; Souhart, col 394; cf. Nissen, ZBI 3273 (later editions). Second edition (with new and more extensive illustrations and some additions) of one of the most noted Italian books on hunting, also including falconry, fishing and husbandry. Bartolomeo Fontana in Raimondi's native Brescia published the first edition in 1621, but it contained only 7 woodcuts. On pp. 41-78 "the different kinds of falcons and hawks are described, as well as the method of training and flying the goshawk and sparrow-hawk, the former of which was much used in Italy in the seventeenth century for taking partridges and phaesants." While on pp. 80-137 "the qualities of a good falconer are noted, the mode of training falcons, making them to the hood, &c., and general advice as to feeding and moulting'' (Harting). Leaf K4 and possibly some other leaves with engravings appear to have been sophisticated at an early date. With an old repair to a tear in one engraving (K4) and with some modern marginal restorations; but otherwise in good condition, with some worm holes in the upper gutter margin of quires X-Z, not touching the text; some marginal browning. Vellum only loosely attached. With a tear repaired in the vellum of the binding. One of the most noted Italian books on hunting, in the much better illustrated second edition.

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        Quarta Parte de la HISTORIA PONTIFICAL Y CATHOLICA . Compuesta. por el Doctor Luis de Bavia. Contiene . todo lo sucedido en el mundo, desde el Año de mil y quinientos y noventa y uno, hasta el de mil y seyscientos y cinco.

      Sebastián de Cormellas, Barcelona 1621 - 20x29. 4h. 432pp. 28h. Encuadernación cruda del XIX, recubierta de papel de aguas. Faltan las pp. 5-10, refuerzos en la portada, la hoja de la tasa([cruz latina]2) y las últimas 6 hojas del índice; cortes oscurecidos, manchas menores en algunas partes del libro. Palau 118426. El CCPB (CCPB000034861-9) cita solamente 2 ejemplares, y fachan la edición erroneamente en 1700. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        Landschaft mit Ruine.

      . Schwarze Kreide, grau laviert, mit schwarzer Feder umrandet, auf Bütten, auf alten Untersatz montiert und dort bezeichnet "Joh. Weeninx fec." (Bleistift) sowie "Johann Weeninx" (braune Feder) sowie verso Sammlernotiz "No. 155. Jean Weenix.". 13,1:16,5 cm. - Provenienz: Sammlung Anton Schmid, Wien (nicht bei Lugt).. Zuerst Schüler seines Vaters "Weenix der Ältere" (1621-1663) und meist tätig in Amsterdam. 1701-1712 in kurpfälzischen Hofdiensten zu Düsseldorf für Schloß Bensberg beschäftigt. Außer seinem Vetter M. de Hondecoeter (1636-1695) gilt er als der fruchtbarste Stilllebenmaler seiner Zeit. Vgl. zum Motiv einer Landschaft, das für den Maler untypisch ist, das Gemälde "Bergere et son troupeau pres d'un chateau en ruine".Versteigert bei Sotheby's, Monaco, am 7.12.1990, Lot 31.

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        Annales, oder historische Chronick/ der durchleuchtigisten Fürsten und Herren/ Ertzhertogen zu Oesterreich/ Habspurgischen Stammens/ fürnemlich von Rudolpho dem Ersten .. bis auff Carolum den Fünfften .. auf onkosten Conrad Dietzen von Weidenberg .. auss Lateinischer in unser Teutsche Sprach ubersetzt, jetzo von newen durchsehen, und inn Druck gegeben.

      Augspurg, Johann Schultes, 1621.Folio. Contemporary limp vellum (soiled; sl. dam.). Title printed in red and black with woodcut coat of arms on verso, full-page woodcut genealogical tree of the rulers of Austria, woodcut device at the end, 2 full-page woodcut portraits of archduke Ferdinand and his spouse, and ca. 400 woodcuts in the text of emperors, kings, counts, etc. and their coats of arms. (12),469 (wrongly numbered 481),(1),(46) pp.* First German edition, the first Latin edition appeared in Innsbruck in 1592. - Gerard de Roo, of Dutch origin, was librarian to archduke Ferdinand. - (Somewhat waterstained throughout; wormholes in fly-leaves).Cf. Lipperheide I, p.195.

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        Nederlantsche oorloghen, beroerten, ende borgerlijcke oneenicheyden, beginnende mette opdracht der selver landen gedaen by keyser Karel de V. aen zijnen zoon koninck Philippus van Spangien tot de droevige doot van zijn excell. Willem prince van Orangien hoogl. memor. 5 delen in 6 banden.

      Amsterdam, Michiel Colijn, Leiden, Govert Basson, 1621-1634. Met 5 titelplaten + 1 drukkersvignet, 1 gegraveerde kaart van Nederland, 24 kleine portrettten, 2 grote portretten van Bor en 168 gegraveerde afbeeldingen. Leer. Folio. 6to-8vo*bovenzijde rug deel 1 gebarsten, onderzijde rug deel 1 mist een stukje, papier in deel 1 hier en daar licht wormstekig, onderkant papier achterin deel 1 licht beschadigd, deel 2 deels wormstekig met hier en daar licht tekstverlies, titelplaat deel 2 licht wormstekig, bovenzijde rug deel 3.1 licht beschadigd, papier achterin deel 3.2 licht wormstekig (géén tekstverlies), titelschildje rug deel 3.2. ontbreekt, rug deel 4 geschaafd, titelschildje rug deel 4 ontbreekt , papier deel 4 hier en daar licht wormstekig (géén tekstverlies) en licht watervlekkig, rug deel 5 geschaafd, titelschildje rug deel 5 ontbreekt, papier op enkele plaatsen wormstekig in de marges (nauwelijks tekstverlies), van de 168 afbeeldingen zijn er 10 wormstekig*'Pieter Christiaenszoon Bor, Utrecht, 1559 - Haarlem, 1635. Bor vestigde zich in 1578 te Haarlem, verruilde deze stad in 1591 voor Leiden, waar hij het notarisambt uitoefende en de eerste editie van zijn boek 'Oorsprongh, begin ende aanvang der Nederlantsche oorlogen, beroerten ende borgerlijcke oneenicheyden (...)' (Utrecht, 1595) schreef. (...) In 1602 kenden de Staten van Utrecht hem voor zijn geschiedwerk een jaargeld toe. (...) In 1616 volgden ook de Staten van Holland met hun officiële erkenning en financiële waardering van Bors historiografische activiteiten. Hij werd benoemd tot rentmeester-generaal van Noord-Holland, een betrekking die hem in staat stelde vrijwel alle aandacht op de compilatie van zijn geschiedwerk te richten'. Haitsma Mulier, 75, C. Complete editie

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        Miroir Oost & West-Indical, auquel sont descriptes les deux dernieres navigations, faictes es années 1614, 1615, 1616, 1617 & 1618 .. par le destroict de Magellan, & ainsi tout autour de toute la terre, avec toutes les battailes donneées tant par terre que par eau. Icy sont aussi adioustées deux histoires, l'une des Indes Orientales, l'autre des Indes Occidentales, avec le nombre des navires, forts, soldats & artillerie. L'autre faicte par Jacob Le Maire, lequel au costé du Zud du destroict de Magellan, a descouvert un nouveau destroict. Avec la description de tous pays, gens & nations.

      Amsterdam, Jan Jansz, 1621.Oblong 8vo. Contemporary vellum (sl. soiled), with ties. With 25 engraved maps and plates (6 folding or double-page). (4),172 pp.* First French edition; first published in Leyden in 1619: Oost ende West-Indische spiegel der nieuwe navigatien. - 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). 'The Mirror is an extremely important book for the history of Dutch navigation' ( Borba de Moraes p.827). - One tear skilfully repaired, otherwise a very fine copy of the two famous Dutch circumnavigations.Tiele 1030; Tiele, Memoire, 70; Cat. NHSM I, p.115; Landwehr, VOC,362; Muller, America, 1970; European-Americana III, p.178; Sabin 89451.

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        Chronicon Canonicorum Regularium Ordinis S. Augustini Capituli Windesemensis Auctore Ioanne Buschio Can. Reg. Accedit Chronicon Montis S. Agnetis Auctore Thoma a Kempis Can. Reg. Nunc Primum in Lucem Edita Una Cum Vindiciis Kempensibus

      Petrum & Ioannem Belleros / Hieronymum Verdussium 1621 - B00KLE0EG0 In Latin. 1621 first edition, three parts in one volume, Petrum & Ioannem Belleros [House of Peter and John Beller] / Hieronymum Verdussium [Verduss] (Antwerp, Belgium), 4 5/8 x 7 inches tall x 2 1/4 inches thick full leather bound, gilt lettering and design to spine, marbled endpapers, [22], 636, [4], 183, [39], 127, [1] 1 pp., complete. Recently rebound. Pen notation, minor soiling and fore edge repair to first title page. One interior page with three-inch open tear to fore edge margin, not impacting text. Some pages moderately age-toned. Occasional light stains. A few pages with edge chipping or creasing. Otherwise, a very good copy of a scarce and important set of works for the study of Thomas a Kempis and the Brothers of the Common Life. Three works by three authors, all with separate title pages, all published together in 1621 and all relating to Thomas a Kempis (circa 1380-1471), presumed author of the immortal 'Imitation of Christ.' The works are: (1) 'The Chronicle of Windesheim,' by John Busch, a history of the Augustinian religious order - known as the Brethren of the Common Life - in what is now the Netherlands, of which both Kempis and Busch were contemporaneous members; (2) The Chronicle of Mt. St. Agnes, by Kempis, a history of the monastery, located near Zwolle, in which he served most of his long life as monk, priest, copyist and author; and (3) 'Vindiciae Kempenses,' a work by Jesuit hagiographer Heribert Rosweyde (1569-1629) regarding the dispute about Kempis' authorship of the Imitation, together with two brief biographies of Thomas Kempis (one anonymous and one by Rosweyde) and a biography of Thomas' older brother, John, also a priest/monk in the Brothers of the Common Life, as well as a brief life of Gobelini a Kempis, and finally a one-page, 1617 approbation by De Witte. All three publications, with the the exception of the Chronicle of Mount St. Agnes, which was published by Verduss of Antwerp, are from the celebrated House of Peter and John Beller of Antwerp. Note that this is a heavy book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~KMP~ The Brethren of the Common Life was a Roman Catholic pietist religious community founded in the Netherlands in the 14th century by Gerard Groote, formerly a successful and worldly educator who had had a religious experience and preached a life of simple devotion to Jesus Christ. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Fables of La Fontaine

      Hardcover Very Good. Hardcover Very Good Book. d la f. An early copy of La Fontaine's fables, translated into English. Featuring a portrait frontispiece and numerous further illustrations by Gustave Dore. Translation by Walter Thornbury. Jean de La Fontaine (IPA: [ tn]; July 8, 1621, Chteau-Thierry April 13, 1695, Paris) was the most famous French fabulist and one of the most widely read French poets of the 17th century. He is known above all for his Fables, which provided a model for subsequent fabulists across Europe and numerous alternative versions in France, and in French regional languages. La Fontaine had many predecessors in the fable, especially in the beast fable. The poet took inspiration from Aesop, Horace, Boccaccio and Ariosto and Tasso, Machiavelli's comedies, and Eastern stories that in his epoch were transmitted through translations from the Persian. (Louis Auguste) Gustave Dore (18321883). A child prodigy, Dor received little formal artistic training, but his talents as a draughtsman were already apparent during his school years. His first lithographic album was published by Aubert in Paris in 1847. After three years working under contract as a caricaturist for the editor Charles Philipon (18001862), he added book illustration to his repertory. Dore's production as an illustrator remains unmatched for scope or ambition. Among his major works are editions of Rabelais (2nd expanded edn, 1873), Balzac (Contes drolatiques, 1855), Dante (Divine Comedy, 1861, 1868), Charles Perrault (Fables, 1862), Cervantes (Don Quixote, 1863), Milton (Paradise Lost, 1866), La Fontaine (Fables, 1867), Tennyson (Idylls of the King, 1867), Coleridge (The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 1876), and Ariosto (Orlando Furioso, 1879). Dor also illustrated a host of minor works in a variety of genres. Dore's achievements in the field of illustration earned him polite critical applause, official honours, including the chevalier de la Legion d'honneur (1861) and officier de la Legion d'honneur (1878), and enormous public acclaim. His work was particularly popular with the British public. From 1856 until his death he worked as much for London as for Paris publishers. From 1868 the Dore Gallery in New Bond Street displayed examples of his work in every genre, and he contributed regularly to the Illustrated London News. DNB(George) Walter Thornbury (18281876), author and translator. Thornbury became a regular contributor to many other periodicals, including Bentley's Miscellany, Ainsworth's, Welcome Guest, Once a Week, and Chambers's Journal. He was also a frequent contributor to the later volumes of Dickens's Household Words, and became one of a group of journalistsincluding G. A. Sala, Percy Fitzgerald, and Edmund Yatescommonly referred to at the time as Dickens's young men. Many of Thornbury's articles dealt with geographical and topographical themes. His other writings were varied in style and subject matter, including translations such as Pierre Dupont's Legend of the Wandering Jew (1857) and The Fables of La Fontaine (1867), and historical works such as Shakespeare's England (1856). DNBCondition: In a half calf binding. Externally a trifle rubbed with an attractive spine, the front joint cracked and delicate. The hinges have been reinforced. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright, aside from pages 49-120 which are significantly browned. Light scattered spotting throughout. Small closed tear to gutter of frontis. Ink signature to title. Overall: GOOD. Londonand New York - Cassell, Petter and Galpin.

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        DE RE METALLICA LIBRI 12. QUIBUS OFFICIA, INSTRUMENTA, MACHINAE, AC OMNIA DENIQUE AD METALLICAM SPECTANTIA [...] DESCRIBUNTUR [...] EIUSDEM DE ANIMANTIBUS SUBTERRANEIS LIBER, AB AUTORE RECOGNITUS. CUM INDICIBUS DIVERSIS [...]

      BASILEÆ HELVET, SUMPTIBUS ITEMQUE TYPIS CHALCOGRAPHICIS LUDOVICI REGIS, 1621ITALIANO Legatura settecentesca in piena pelle rossa con bordura e fleuron centrali in oro ai piatti, riccamente ornato in oro al dorso sei nervi, con restauro integrativo alla cuffia inferiore, tagli marmorizzati e dorati; titolo in oro su tassello al dorso; 2 ex - libris Piergiorgio Borio. [6] cc.(ultimo bianco), 538 pp. (i.e. 502), [30] cc., 2 tavole ripiegate fuori testo, e numerose xilografie nel testo. III edizione latina del primo trattato sistematico sulla mineralogia e la metallurgia e uno dei primi libri di tecnologia dei tempi moderni. Il "De re metallica" combina una profonda conoscenza tecnica e finanziaria delle attività di estrazione con interesse per la salute quotidiana dei minatori. I dodici libri includono sezioni importanti sulla meccanica, l'uso di acqua, forni, trasporto di minerali, e tutto ciò che riguarda l'industria mineraria e i processi metallurgici, compresa l'amministrazione, i doveri dei funzionari e delle aziende, la fabbricazione del vetro, zolfo e allume. La bella serie di quasi 300 xilografie fu utilizzata per 101 anni in sette edizioni. Esemplare dalla lieve e uniforme ossidazione, restauro alle cerniere della legatura; completo delle due carte bianche finali spesso mancanti.

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        Trattato della corte del signor di Refuge. Tradotto di francese in questo nostro volgare da Girolamo Canini d'Anghiari. Illustrato di annotazioni dell'istesso autore, di diuersi metodi dal Canini.

      Gio. Battista Ciotti,, Venezia, 1621 - 8° (cm. 15) ¿ Pp. (56), (29), (3 bb.), 360, 4 tavv. ripieg., (6), manca l'ultima c. b., 2 frontespizi, il primo con stemma inciso in rame del cardinale Carlo de' Medici, dedicatario dell'opera e il secondo con marca editor. figurata, fregi e capilettera xilografici. Pergamena floscia coeva, titolo ms. al dorso.Bell'esempare. Prima edizione italiana di questo trattato, stampato originariamente in francese nel 1616, che non è altro che un manuale di comportamento del buon cortigiano dell'epoca. Interessante e raro. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Apulei Madaurensis Platonici Opera Omnia Quae Exstant. Geverhartus Elemenhorstius ex Mstis & vett. Codd. Recensuit, Librumque Emendationum & Indices absolutissimos adiecit. angebunden: Geverharti Elmenhorsti Emendationes ad Apulei Platonici opera omnia. angebunden: [Iohannis Rutgersii, Erycii Puteani, Iohannis Brantzii Spicilegia in Apuleiumad Geuerhartum Elmenhorstium.,

      Frankfurt am Main in Officina Wecheliana apud Aubrios & Cl. Schleichium, 1621 - [Titelblatt mit gestochener Titelvignette] 31 [1] 367 S. 8 Bl., 72 Bl. und 394 8recte 396) S.; 112 S. Dibdin 285; Schweiger 1,10 (mit den von Elmenhorst benutzten Hilfsmittel), Ebert 865; Diese Ausgabe wurde erst nach Elmenhorsts Tod von J. Loccenius herausgegeben. Die Teile 2 und 3 mit eigenen Titelblättern. Zu Teil 3 gehört der Bogensignatur nach auch das umfangreiche Register. Sehr sauberes und dekoratives Exemplar der gesuchten Ausgabe. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 750 8° Ganzpergament der Zeit mit Titelrückenschild.

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        Apulei Madaurensis Platonici Opera Omnia Quae Exstant. Geverhartus Elemenhorstius ex Mstis & vett. Codd. Recensuit, Librumque Emendationum & Indices absolutissimos adiecit. angebunden: Geverharti Elmenhorsti Emendationes ad Apulei Platonici opera omnia. angebunden: [Iohannis Rutgersii, Erycii Puteani, Iohannis Brantzii Spicilegia in Apuleiumad Geuerhartum Elmenhorstium.

      Frankfurt am Main in Officina Wecheliana apud Aubrios & Cl. Schleichium, 1621.. 3 Bände in Einem Band [Titelblatt mit gestochener Titelvignette] 31 [1] 367 S. 8 Bl., 72 Bl. und 394 8recte 396) S.; 112 S. 8° Ganzpergament der Zeit mit Titelrückenschild.. Dibdin 285; Schweiger 1,10 (mit den von Elmenhorst benutzten Hilfsmittel), Ebert 865; Diese Ausgabe wurde erst nach Elmenhorsts Tod von J. Loccenius herausgegeben. Die Teile 2 und 3 mit eigenen Titelblättern. Zu Teil 3 gehört der Bogensignatur nach auch das umfangreiche Register. Sehr sauberes und dekoratives Exemplar der gesuchten Ausgabe.

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        The History of Great Britanie, from the first peopling of this Land to this present Raigne of or happy and peacefull Monarke K. James

      London: SW. Stansby, 1621. London: SW. Stansby, 1621. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Later full calf, with embossed crest on upper and lower boards; joints cracked and binding a little loose, but holding. Lacking title leaf and colophon leaf (both almost always lacking) with the title leaf supplied in facsimile, library stamps and bookplates, pocket at rear, slight foxing, slight dampstain to corners of pages in the preface, gutter repair to final preface page, and a very old and faint ink drawing of a man with an axe approaching a peacock on the final preface page. but mostly quite clean and bright internally. [22 of 24, lacking title], 303, [17]pp.& & Quite scarce in the trade, and nicely printed with wide margins and glosses accompanying the facing Latin and English text which traces England's pre-history through the age of Giants, William the Conquerer and to the 17th century. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044450.

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