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        Elementi d'Euclide. 2 Bände: Bd. 1. Elementi piani, e solidi d'Euclide. All'illustrissimo signor cavaliere Niccolo Martelli.- Bd. 2. Quinto libro degli elementi d'Euclide ovvero scienza universale dell eproporzioni spiegata colla dottrina di Galileo. Con nuov'ordine distesa, e pubblicata da Vincenzo Viviani ultimo suo discepolo. Florenz, B. Paperini 1734. 8°. LXVIII, 303 S.; 460 S., mit 2 Holzschn.-Titelvign. zahlr. Holzschn.-Fig. im Text, Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      . . Riccardi I/2, 628.- Sehr seltene Ausgabe.-Vincenzo Viviani (1622-1703) wurde 1639 mit Unterstützung des Großherzogs der Toscana Mitarbeiter von G. Galilei. "Nach desen Tod verfaßte er die erste Biographie des berühmten Physikers, wandte sich dann aber dem Studium der antiken Geometrie zu... und rekonstruierte Schriften von Euclid u. Archimedes und gab sie heraus." (Lex. bedeutender Mathematiker S.478).- Tls. etw. braunfleckig, Titel v. Bd. 2 verso mit Exlibris, Rücken mit wenige kl. Wurmgänge.# Con molte figure incise.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Raccolta de' miracoli fatti per l'intercessione di san Domenico, institutore del sacro ordine de' Predicatori ... Descritti da Siluestro Frangipane. Con l'aggiunta de' miracoli del medesimo patriarca san Domenico, fatti nella citta di Palermo l'anno 1606 mediante le sue Sante Reliquie et a sua innuocazione.

      Messina, e ristampato a Firenze : appresso Zanobi Pignoni, 1622.. 3 Bl., 239 S., 2 Bl., mit einer gestochenen Titelblattvignette. 8°, ohne Einband, broschiert.. Ignazio Ciantes (1594-1667). Mit einer gestochenen Darstellung des Heiligen Domenico auf dem Titelbatt ( Vignetta calcogr. rappresentante S. Domenico sul front.). Originalausgabe nicht das ebook oder der billige Neudruck! - Für uns nur einmal im KVK nachweisbar (OPAC SBN). - Handschriftlicher Namenseintrag der Zeit auf dem Vorsatzblatt verso: Ex Legato B (?) Antony Marie Vinci. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt, anfangs etwas stockfleckig, durchgehende dezente Bleistiftrandanstreichungenen neuerer Hand, Ohne Einband, die Ecken etwas eselsohrig. In Italienisch. - Wohl erste Ausgabe, eine deutsche Ausgabe erschien 1641 unter dem Titel: "Triumphwagen Des Heyligen Dominici" (vgl. Alfred Noe, Geschichte der italienischen Literatur in Österreich, Böhlau, S. 122). Siehe dazu auch VD 17, 12:118383P.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Riepenhausen]
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        Emblemata V. C. Andreae Alciati: Cum facili & compendiosa explicatione, qua obscura illustrantur, dubiaque omnia soluuntur, per Claudium Minoem. Eiusdem Alciati Vita.

      Antwerpen, Officina Plantiniana, apud Balthasaram Moretum, & Viduam Ioannis Moreti, & Io. Meursium 1622.. 12°. 392 S. (einschl. Tit.), [4] Bl. Mit einer Druckermarke in Holzschnitt am Titelblatt u. dem letzten ungez. Bl., 2 Initialen, 1 Schlußvign. sowie 208 in d. Text eingefügten Holzschnitten (Embleme). Pergamentband d. Zt. mit Rückenbeschriftung v. alter Hand. u. abgeschrägten Seitenkanten. Schließbänder fehlen; Einband etwas berieben u. abgegriffen, jedoch nicht schadhaft. Kl. Monogrammstempel u. Signatur v. alter Hd. auf dem Titelbl., im Text durchgeh. leicht gebräunt u. vereinz. m. Anmerkungen v. alter Hand.. Landwehr 28.Hübsche Plantin-Ausgabe der erstmals 1531 in Augsburg unter d. Titel "Emblematum liber" erschienenen Sinnbildgedichte des Mailländer Humanisten und Juristen Andrea Alciati (1492-1550). Dieser gilt als Begründer der modischen Kunstform des sogenannten Emblems, die vom 16. bis ins 18. Jahrhundert nachhaltig das literarische und künstlerische Schaffen beeinflusst hat. (vgl. dazu Kindler I, 256f.). Vorliegende Ausgabe mit kurzen didaktischen Erläuterungen zu jedem Emblem des Juristen Claude Mignault (ca. 1536-1606), einer 11-seitigen Vita v. Alciatus und der Holzschnitt-Bilderfolge, die durch das Monogramm (A.) Adam van Port zugewiesen werden kann (vgl. dazu Graesse I, 62; nennt mehrere frühere Plantin-Ausgaben ab 1622).

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        Nieuwe Werelt, anders ghenaemt West-Indien... [with] Eyghentlijcke Beschryvinghe van West Indien... [and] Spieghel der Australische NavigatieÖ

      Amsterdam,: M. Colijn, 1622, 1621 and. Amsterdam,: M. Colijn, 1622, 1621 and, 1622.. Three works together, as issued, folio, with an engraved title-page to the first section, a total of 17 folding engraved maps, two extra maps of China and Japan, a woodcut on the second title-page, an engraved map on the third title-page and a fine engraved portrait of Le Maire on the verso, and five engravings in the text, ALL IN CONTEMPORARY HAND-COLOURING; contemporary unlettered vellum. A superb copy of this rare work, with the fine engraved maps and plates (some added from other sources) all in delicate and strictly contemporary hand-colouring, in some places heightened with gold. We have found no record of another copy in this special coloured form.This is the complementary account to Schouten's of the great voyage of Schouten and Le Maire in search of Terra Australis. Much more extensive than the Schouten narrative which had appeared in print in 1618 (and in English in 1619), this highly important account of the New World was in fact derived from a less extensive Spanish original (Madrid 1601: the Spanish had obviosu reasons for a close interest in the region and a mistrust of Dutch ambitions there). This extended version appeared in Latin, French, and Dutch editions, all published in Amsterdam in 1622, using the same engravings; all editions are now rare. There are some variations in the make-up of the various editions; the portrait of Le Maire, for instance, present here in a fine impression, is often absent.This represents the first true publication of the Journal of the Le Maire-Schouten expedition around the world (as opposed to that published under Schouten's name in 1618 - see Schilder, pp. 34-6). Sailing through Lemaire Strait, and rounding Patagonia via Cape Horn, this voyage had an enormous effect on future navigation, helping to put an end to the idea of the imaginary Southland.While the first two parts of the book concentrate on knowledge of the New World, with excellent maps of Central and South America, those of the Pacific coast adding considerable new information to geographical knowledge, the last part describes Le Maire's voyage in search of Terra Australis in full. Partly inspired by Quiros and motivated by Dutch trading zeal, this was the essential precursor to Tasman's voyage; indeed Tasman made great use of Le Maire's mapping of the ocean. The Le Maire voyage, the last of the seventeenth century expeditions to search for the unknown continent from the east, was responsible for extensive discoveries in the Pacific, shown in excellent detail on the various maps published here. There are also several fine engraved views, three of which show the Eendracht at anchor in the Solomon and Cocos Islands.The magnificent series of double-page maps illustrating the book includes thirteen of North, Central and South America while the other four are particularly important mappings of the Pacific. One in particular, larger than the others, shows Le Maire's route through the ocean with detailed mapping of the Pacific island groups visited and of New Guinea. Le Maire's voyage in 1616 made a large number of Pacific discoveries, but it also established for the first time that New Guinea was not part of a great continent extending indefinitely to the east. This entirely altered European knowledge of the archipelago, which had been unchanged since 1545.There are two extra maps added to this copy, one of China, from Nieuhoff's Legatio Batavica ad Magnum Tartariae Chamum (Amsterdam, 1668 or 1665), and the other of Japan, from Blaeu's great Atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, I, p. 195, no. l7). These maps, like the others in this volume, are in the finest possible contemporary hand-colouring, and are in places heightened with gold.This remarkable copy, sold by the Amsterdam bookseller Nico Israel in the 1980s, was used for the facsimile of the third part of the book published in the Australian Maritime Series as Mirror of the Australian Navigation in 1999.See Sharp, Discovery of the Pacific Islands, pp 73-8, and Schilder, Australia Unveiled, pp 32-36 and passim for a full account of the voyage and its importance; no copy is recorded in either the Hill, Church or Herschel Jones catalogues.Alden, 'European Americana', 622/70; Borba de Moraes, I, 400; John Carter Brown, (3), II:165; Kroepelien, 561 (Latin edition); Medina, Biblioteca Hispano-America, 455; not in the catalogue of the Hill collection; Palau, 114296; Sabin, 31542, 14352, 14353, 44059; Tiele , pp. 56-7, 314-316; Wagner, 'Spanish Southwest', 12c.

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        HISTORIA APOLOGÉTICA en los sucessos del Reyno de Aragón y su ciudad de Zaragoza. Años de 1591. y 1592. y relaciones fieles de la verdad, que hasta aora manzillaron diversos Escritores. 1ª edición

      Imp. Juan Linaja y Quartenet, Zaragoza 1622 - 4º., Portada con escudo real, capitulares, 1 hoja, 236 p. Texto enmarcado en doble recuadro. Pergamino, con lomo rotulado. Corte superior dorado. Muy buen ejemplar. Estudio de la actitud de Aragón en el pleito político entre Felipe II y su secretario Antonio Pérez, protegido por Zaragoza y perseguido por la Justicia Real, durante los años 1591 y 1592. La obra no gustó al absolutismo castellano, fue retirada del comercio por orden Real, y su autor, que ya había conocido la prisión y el destierro, se refugió en Lisboa. El hecho de que la obra fuera prohibida la han convertido en un ejemplar raro, escaso en el mercado. (Palau, 54191). Historia de España. Aragón. History of Spain. Aragon.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio]
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        The historie of the raigne of King Henry the Seventh. Written by the Right Honourable, Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban

      printed by W. Stansby, for Matthew Lownes, and William Barret, London 1622 - Mixed edition, small folio, pp. [4], 248; engraved portrait frontispiece by John Payne (with moderate dampstain pervading about a third of it), title within an elaborate architectural woodcut border, text within ruled borders throughout, early ownership signature on the front free endpaper of "Jer. Milles de Duloe" (almost certainly the antiquary Jeremiah Milles (1714-1784) of Duloe, Cornwall -- see DNB for a 3-column account), and with numerous underlinings and occasional notes in the margins in his hand; dampstain at the bottom quarter of C1-D2, all else very good in contemporary full speckled paneled calf, speckled edges; edges a little rubbed, the whole very nicely rebacked and preserving the original red morocco label. See Gibson 116a and 116b for distinctions in the many errata: "There is no certain means of determining their priority."

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        "The historie of the raigne of King Henry the Seventh. Written by the Right Honourable, Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban"

      "printed by W. Stansby, for Matthew Lownes, and William Barret" London: "printed by W. Stansby, for Matthew Lownes, and William Barret". 1622. "Mixed edition, small folio, pp. [4], 248; engraved portrait frontispiece by John Payne (with moderate dampstain pervading about a third of it), title within an elaborate architectural woodcut border, text within ruled borders throughout, early ownership signature on the front free endpaper of ""Jer. Milles de Duloe"" (almost certainly the antiquary Jeremiah Milles (1714-1784) of Duloe, Cornwall -- see DNB for a 3-column account), and with numerous underlinings and occasional notes in the margins in his hand; dampstain at the bottom quarter of C1-D2, all else very good in contemporary full speckled paneled calf, speckled edges; edges a little rubbed, the whole very nicely rebacked and preserving the original red morocco label. See Gibson 116a and 116b for distinctions in the many errata: ""There is ... no certain means of determining their priority."""

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        Nobiliario genealógico de los Reyes y títulos de España. Dirigido a la Magestad del rey felipe Quarto nuestro señor. Compuesto por.

      Madrid, Luis Sánchez 1622 - Fol. (28,8 x 20,4 cm) 2 tomos encuadernados en un mismo volumen. I: 8 h. inc. port. con escudo real en madera grabado al centro, 400 p., 4 h. de índice. II: 532 p., 4 h. de índice. Numerosos grabados en madera de escudos y árboles genealógicos. Plena piel de época, lomo cuajado de adornos drados, con nervios y tejuelo, greca dorada en planos. Refuerzo en el margen superior interno de la p. 193, mínimo taladro de polilla en la esquina inferior derecha de las p. 365 a 405, y falta p. 417/418 (todo en la primera parte), restauración de esguince en p. 261 a 269 de la segunda parte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera. Item vita eiusdem, consummatam perfectionem ac prorsus mirabilem sanctitatem continens, ex ipsius operibus & veterum de eo elogiis concinnata

      Plantiniana - Balthasar Moreti, Antwerp, 1622. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Contemporary overlapping vellum, wear at the corners and some soiling. Notes to endpapers in an early hand, scattered light foxing and browning, otherwise quite clean internally. An attractive copy of the works of the early Christian convert and poet. 896pp plus index. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Poetry. Inventory No: 044325. .

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        [POLY-OLBION] A CHOROGRAPHICALL DESCRIPTION OF ALL THE TRACTS, RIVERS, MOUNTAINS, FORESTS, AND OTHER PARTS OF THIS RENOWNED ISLE OF GREAT BRITAIN

      London: Printed for John Marriott, John Grismand, and Thomas Dewe, 1622. FIRST EDITION, Third Issue of part I, First Issue of part II . Hardcover. An Unusually Fine Copy of a Major 17th Century English Literary, Antiquarian, and Cartographic Work. 286 x 191 mm (11 1/4 x 7 1/2"). 8 p.l., 303 pp.; 5 p.l. (including title), 168 pp., [4] leaves (index). Two parts in one volume. FIRST EDITION, Third Issue of part I, First Issue of part II. Attractive late 18th century tree calf, covers with gilt Greek key borders, raised bands, spine densely gilt in compartments with scrolling leafy cornerpieces accented with small rosettes and with central fleuron formed by pomegranate and floral tools, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers (careful repairs to spine ends and significant portions of the joints). In a modern folding cloth box. With added engraved allegorical title and portrait of Prince Henry by William Hole, one woodcut genealogical chart in text, and 30 double-page engraved maps. Front pastedown with engraved armorial bookplate of Benjamin Way of Denham Place, front free endpaper with book label of William Delafield, rear pastedown with book label of Scottowe Hall Library, engraved title with early ink inscription of "Tho: Tyrrell" in tail margin. Newspaper clippings on sales of "Poly-Olbion" and correspondence relating to provenance laid into the box along with Dr. Bent Juel-Jensen's essay on Drayton's books, published by the Bibliographical Society in 1953 and inscribed by him to bookseller Raphael King. STC 7228 & 7229; Grolier "Langland to Wither" 84; Pforzheimer 308 & 309. Extremities a bit rubbed, a couple of light scratches to boards, but the decorative binding entirely sound, lustrous, and generally well preserved. Repaired three-inch tear at bottom of T2 reaching into text (with consequent displacement of letters in three words), Map of North Wales in part I with small central rust or burn hole, other isolated rust spots and trivial imperfections, but A VERY FINE, FRESH, SMOOTH COPY with ample margins and few signs of use. This is an extraordinarily attractive copy of Drayton's magnum opus and one of the most collectible books of the 17th century, a series of 30 long poems in alexandrine couplets describing various regions of Britain, each accompanied by a map with towns and geographic features fancifully personified as allegorical or mythological beings. The title is a play on words. "Poly-Olbion" means "many blessings," but, in addition, "Olbion" is nearly homonymous with "Albion," the ancient name for Britain and the name of the heroine of the poem; this is altogether appropriate, since the work is both narrative in form and antiquarian in content. Drayton (1563-1631) begins "Poly-Olbion" at the southern tip of Cornwall and moves north, reaching Kent by the end of part I and Cumberland by the end of part II. He had planned a third part, continuing north "to crown Scotland with flowers," but this was never completed. Despite what Drayton called his "Herculean toil" in writing the text of this work, the maps are of more interest to us. Their charm is considerable: cities are represented by classically draped maidens wearing crowns that often resemble turreted castles; rivers are populated by naked male or female sprites, sometimes seen embracing suggestively when two rivers conjoin; forests are usually portrayed by Artemis-like females with bow and arrow; and hills are topped by humorous rustics with hats and shepherds' crooks who seem to have been caught in the midst of a Morris dance. According to DNB, engraver William Hole (d. 1624) was "the most versatile and prolific of the native-born members of his profession working in the reign of James I." He is responsible for both the maps and the frontispiece here, the latter picturing Britannia within an architectural frame where her four (much smaller) suitors/conquerors--Brutus the Trojan, Caesar, Henge the Saxon, and William of Normandy--stand on pedestals to gaze at her. The early owner whose signature appears at the foot of the frontispiece may be Sir Thomas Tyrrell (1593/4-1672), a judge and politician from Buckinghamshire. Also from Buckinghamshire, Benjamin Way (1740-1808) served as High Sheriff of the county and as a member of Parliament. William Delafield (1936-2011) was a rather eccentric bibliophile, farmer, and philanthropist from Bedfordshire who collected the enclosed supporting materials and tracked down the identity of Way. While this work appears from time to time in the marketplace, it often has some or all of the desirable maps removed, and even when complete, it is seldom found so remarkably well preserved as here.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Historia Anglicana Ecclesiastica a primis genti . includes "Historia Wicleffiana" which was not published separately, and Edmund Campion's "Narration de divortio Henrici VIII".

      Duaci : [ either Ex typographia or Sumptibus] Marci Wyon (publisher details not clear because of missing title page). 1622 - Folio sized volume in contemporary full leather binding with six raised spine bands and blind-stamped border rules on front and back; pp. [22], 1-660 (Main text), 661-732 (Historia Wicleffiana Eiusdem Auctoris), 733-740 (Narratio de Divortio Henrici VIII Regis), 741-779 (Catalus Ex Anglico Ioannis Speed Latinus), [1] (Summa Privilegii). Head- and tail- pieces, ornate initial letters and printed marginalia throughout. Errata on verso of final leaf. A few pagination errors: p744/745 and p770/771 omitted and p290, p747 and p777 mis-numbered as 284, 752 and 769 respectively. Binding is very sturdy and surprisingly well-preserved including the joints: the only major flaw is a 5cm split to upper front hinge with a some loss to head of spine; lesser flaws include bumping with light wear to fore-corner tips, a 5 cm surface crack (not split) to upper rear hinge; a small number of ancient worm holes and a few light scuffs to rear board, and front and rear paste-downs are missing. Text block is firm with a few light spots to some leaves, but leaves are generally clean and very clear, and without any inscriptions, annotations, etc; and last leaf has section of lower corner missing, affecting a couple of words of errata paragraph. However the major flaw with this volume is the missing title page and the damaged first leaf where only a remnant of it remains (here the ornate initial letter M and underneath text survives). Apart from the text missing at beginning of front matter, main text and other sections are complete. An wonderful volume, nonetheless, with complete main texts and particularly impressive head and tail-pieces and initial letters. PLEASE NOTE: This is a heavy item and extra towards delivery cost may be requested. An enquiry is recommended - especially for overseas delivery. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire de D. Iean deuxiesme Roy de Castille Recueillie de diners autheurs, par le Sr Dv [du] Chaintreav [Chaintreau].

      - Primera Edición. 8º (180 x 120 mm.). [16], 432 p., Encuadernación en pergamino de época. Idioma francés. Bellas capituladas grabadas en madera. En cabecera de texto viñeta xilográfica ornamental. Bueno. Obra cuidad y papel limpio, algunas hojas ligeramente tostadas. Lugar: Paris , Editorial: chez Toussainct du Bray Rue S. Iacques aux espin meurs. 1622 Avec privilege du Roy., Año: 1622 Otros datos: Interesante obra impresa a pricipios del siglo XVIII, rara de encontrar en comercio. / Materia: Historia de España, Castilla, Juan II., Notas: Estudiosos de la obra han atribuido su autoría a al cardenal Richelieur y el interés de ejemplarizar el auge y caída de Alvaro de Luna, favorito de Juan II, como modelo para el todopod

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        Sacrae Imaginis Deiparae Virginis, prope Montem Regalem in subalpinis Miraculis coruscantis historia.

      Lutetiae Parisiorum, apud Ioannem de Heuqueuille, 1622. - in-4. 3ff. 1 planche gravée hors-texte. 168pp. Plein vélin, filet doré encadrant les plats, titre manuscrit au dos (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale d'une grande rareté de cet ouvrage sur les miracles de la Vierge de Mondovi, une icône de la Vierge qui s'était mise à saigner en 1594 après qu'un chasseur l'eût endommagée accidentellement. Elle fut dès lors l'objet d'un culte populaire considérable, et c'est en son honneur que Charles-Emmanuel Ier de Savoie fit construire le célèbre Sanctuaire de Vicoforte à partir de 1596. Cet ouvrage est une relation détaillée des miracles de la Vierge de Mondovi, écrite par le père Filippo Malabaila (1580-1656) qui fut le premier abbé du Sanctuaire. Il est illustré d'une vignette sur le titre représentant l'effigie de la Vierge de Mondovi, et d'une superbe gravure hors-texte à pleine page qui montre les miracles de la Madonne dans une série de douze médaillons entourant son portrait. Ces gravures signées "Picquet" sont probablement l'œuvre de Claude Picquet, graveur parisien actif à cette époque. Parmi les miracles représentés figurent de nombreuses guérisons, des phénomènes lumineux surnaturels, la multiplication des pains, l'expulsion des démons du corps des aliénés, le sauvetage de navires en perdition, etc. La présente édition originale, publiée en latin à Paris avant sa traduction italienne qui vit le jour à Mondovi en 1627, est très rare. Elle est notamment absente du CCFR et manque à la Bibliothèque Nationale. Intéressant exemplaire offert à son ami Jean de Boon, pour les étrennes de l'an 1623, par le théologien flamand Jean Bécard (mort en 1635), originaire de Furnes et qui publia plusieurs ouvrages après 1624. Il porte la dédicace autographe suivante: "Amicorum Candidissimo D. Joanni de Boon in Strenam anni 1623 dedit D. Joannes becardus S. Nic. Pastor et Decanus Furnensis". Fine bande découpée dans la marge supérieure du titre. Bel exemplaire dans son vélin de l'époque. Sur Jean Bécard, voir Paquot, Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire Littéraire des Dix-Sept provinces des Pays-Bas, III, p. 48-49. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        EL MYSTICO SERAFIN DE S. BUENAVENTURA, PARA EL PRELADO Y SUBDITO RELIGOSO, CON REGLAS DE GOBIERNO ECLESIASTICO Y SECULAR, ILUSTRADO CON VARIOS DISCURSOS.

      Sebastian Matevad., Barcelona. 1622 - Lomo y cubierta algo deteriorados. Anotaciones. Enc. Pergamino. CONTRA REEMBOLSO, +5.00€ LIBRO EN ESPANOL

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        A Catalogue and Succession of the Kings, Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, and Viscounts of this Realme of England, since the Norman Conquest, to this present year 1622. Together with their Armes, Wives and Children; the times of their Deaths and Burials, with many of their memorable actions

      London , 1622 The full set of titles on the title page continues: 'Collected by Ralph Brooke, Esquire, Yorke Herald and by him enlarged with amendment of divers faults committed by the printer in the time of the Author's sicknesse.' This very early peerage was first published in 1619 and was the centre of controversy mainly because peerages were a hotly contested issue. The book had errors, blamed by the author on the printer and blamed by factions opposed to Brooke on Brooke himself. Brooke was a Yorke Herald of Arms (an officer of arms at the College of Arms) from 1593-1625 and his main opponent in this was William Camden, a fellow Herald. The row is preserved for us in their writing - in Brooke's Dedication and Foreward to the book; in his critique of Camden; and in Augustine Vincent's published critique of Brooke (Vincent was a friend of Camden). This copy is the revised 1622 edition. It has a decorative title page; dedication 'To the High and Mighty Prince, James, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, etc'; foreward for the reader 'To the Honourable and judicious Reader'; the main text with numerous coats of arms; and 'A Table of the severall Catalogues contayned in the Booke,'. It has 394 pages (although it reads to 392 because page numbers 385 and 386 have been used twice). In full leather binding with raised bands. The binding is old and worn - the spine joints have cracked and the binding is held on by the stitching. The boards and spine are complete but scuffed. There is a book plate of The Right Hon John De La Warr pasted to the inside of the front board and a small ink signature of Charlotte Mac Carty and an unreadable signature on the title page. There are 2 sets of initials on the inside of the front board. There is a quantity of hand written notes and correspondence from a previous owner which look to be an attempt to establish which John De La Warr owned the book. There are several contenders - the earliest being the 6th Baron (1663-1723). The pages are slightly age-browned but very clean and sound. There is occasional light pencil annotation of a scholarly nature.The reverse of the final page has some ink notes which are illegible and the rear endpaper is splitting away from the book at the top.

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        EXERCICIOS DE DEVOCION Y ORACION, PARA TODO EL DISCURSO DEL AÑO, DEL REAL MONASTERIO DE LAS DESCALÇAS EN MADRID, QUE MANDO IMPRIMIR LA SEÑORA INFANTA SOROR MARGARITA DE LA CRUZ.

      Emprenta Palatiniana., Anveres. 1622 - Grabados. Requiere encuadernación. CONTRA REEMBOLSO, +5.00€ LIBRO EN ESPANOL

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        The Historie of the Raigne of King Henry The Seventh

      London: by W. Stansby, and William Barret, 1622. Folio, [vi lacking initial blank but including portrait and woodcut title], 248 pp. Fine engraved portrait of Henry VII by John Payne, title within elaborate woodcut border of columns, strapwork, and scrolling vines, woodcut head- and tailpieces, initials, text within ruled borders. Contemporary calf, sides with borders double-ruled in blind, rebacked. Title with early inscription ÒRebecca Lytton my wifeÕs book.Ó She was married to Sir Rowland Lytton MP. First edition of what is usually called the earliest English historical monograph. ÒHenry the Seventh was almost entirely composed in the aftermath of BaconÕs fall from grace in 1621. He sent a copy of the manuscript to James I in October of that year, a gesture which has been interpreted as an attempt to gain favour by presenting the king with a flattering portrait of his ancestor. Others have pointed out that some aspects of HenryÕs character as sketched by Bacon are less than attractive. He is described, for example, as the ÔSalomon of EnglandÕÑa reference to the heavy burden of taxation he imposed on his people. Whatever BaconÕs true intention there is no doubt that subsequent accounts of Henry VII have been strongly influenced by his portrait of a wise, circumspect, and often inscrutable monarchÓ (Finch). Gibson distinguishes two ÒeditionsÓ of 1622, noting that one is a line-for-line reprint of the other, but adds that Òseveral copies, particularly those in which the errata are wholly uncorrected, are made up from quires of both early and late edns. of the bookÓ (p. 100). The present copy, with the all listed errata uncorrected, is one of those copies with mixed edition points. STC 1158/9; Gibson 116a/b.

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        Historia Anglicana Ecclesiastica a primis genti . includes "Historia Wicleffiana" which was not published separately, and Edmund Campion's "Narration de divortio Henrici VIII".

      Duaci : [ either Ex typographia or Sumptibus] Marci Wyon (publisher details not clear because of missing title page). 1622 - Folio sized volume in contemporary full leather binding with six raised spine bands and blind-stamped border rules on front and back; pp. [22], 1-660 (Main text), 661-732 (Historia Wicleffiana Eiusdem Auctoris), 733-740 (Narratio de Divortio Henrici VIII Regis), 741-779 (Catalus Ex Anglico Ioannis Speed Latinus), [1] (Summa Privilegii). Head- and tail- pieces, ornate initial letters and printed marginalia throughout. Errata on verso of final leaf. A few pagination errors: p744/745 and p770/771 omitted and p290, p747 and p777 mis-numbered as 284, 752 and 769 respectively. Binding is very sturdy and surprisingly well-preserved including the joints: the only major flaw is a 5cm split to upper front hinge with a some loss to head of spine; lesser flaws include bumping with light wear to fore-corner tips, a 5 cm surface crack (not split) to upper rear hinge; a small number of ancient worm holes and a few light scuffs to rear board, and front and rear paste-downs are missing. Text block is firm with a few light spots to some leaves, but leaves are generally clean and very clear, and without any inscriptions, annotations, etc; and last leaf has section of lower corner missing, affecting a couple of words of errata paragraph. However the major flaw with this volume is the missing title page and the damaged first leaf where only a remnant of it remains (here the ornate initial letter M and underneath text survives). Apart from the text missing at beginning of front matter, main text and other sections are complete. An wonderful volume, nonetheless, with complete main texts and particularly impressive head and tail-pieces and initial letters. PLEASE NOTE: This is a heavy item and extra towards delivery cost may be requested. An enquiry is recommended - especially for overseas delivery. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Of Domesticall Duties Eight Treatises. I. An Exposition of that part of Scripture out of which Domesticall Duties are raised. II. 1. A right Coniunction of Man and Wife. II. 2. Common mutuall Duties betwixt Man and Wife. III. Particular Duties of Wives. IV. Particular Duties of Husbands. V. Duties of Children. VI. Duties of Parents. VII. Duties of Servants. VIII. Duties of Masters

      London, Printed by John Haviland for William Bladen..., 1622. . FIRST EDITION. Small 4to, 196 x 137 mms., pp. [xxiv], 191, 196 - 693 [694 errata], leaves N8-O2 are cancelled by one leaf signed O on recto and O2 on verso, recently rebound in full panelled calf, red morocco end-papers; title-page slightly defective (but with no loss of text), mounted, as is the following leaf and the last leaf of text, with some loss of two or three letters of text on page 693, first several foremargins a bit fragile, slight browning throughout, but a reasonable copy that appears to have been much read. The inscription "Pittsburgh Oct. 1886 G. S. [?J. S bogart]" appears on the top margin of the dedication page, perhaps a holdover from an early Quaker immigrant. William Gouge (1578 - 1653) expanded this from a sermon on Ephesians in his "An Exposition of the Whole Fifth Chapter of S. Johns Gospell." Brett Usher in his ODNB entry for Gouge writes, "Above all Gouge is remembered for Of Domesticall Duties, a penetrating analysis of the godly household. Too frequently cited as an old-fashioned patriarch who advocated the indiscriminate physical punishment of children, Gouge has latterly (although still insufficiently) been recognized as one of the subtlest of early modern writers to articulate the concept of 'companionable' marriage—his own was regarded as exemplary—and of considerate, rather than merely prescriptive, parenthood. His psychological insights into the nature of childhood and adolescence can be breathtaking in their modernity. He even touches on the question of child abuse, a subject effectively taboo until the 1970s." Although Gouge regarded the family unit as a "little commonwealth," he had ideas that were in advance of his own time, e. g., he argued that a husband should remonstrate only verbally with his wife, since to strike or beat her would be like beating himself. STC 12119a.

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        Lexicon Iuridicum Iuris Caesarei Simul et Canonici

      Coloniae Allobrogum - Apud Philippum Albertum, 1622 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An early edition of this Latin dictionary of law, in a full calf binding. 'Civil, criminal: theoretical and practical, and used in the school and in the market'. Featuring engraved vignettes to the first few pages. LEXICON IURIDICUM, IURIS CSAREI SIMUL ET CANONICI: Feudalis item, civilis, criminalis: theoretici ac practici; et in schola et in foro usitatarum: ac tum ex ipso iuris utriusque CORPORE, tum ex Doctoribus & Glossis, tam veteribus quam recentioribus collectarum; vocum Penus. Simul & Locorum Communium & Dictionaris vicem sustinens. Feudale Lexicon; Leges ac Magistratus Romanos; & huic Operi adiecta, vide in Complemento, post sinem Operis ipsius. Joannis Calvini was Doctor of Law and professorat the University of Heidelberg, Germany. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally, worn with some loss to the top and tail of thespine and sides of boards. Front hinge slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound. Generally clean with just the odd spot or mark. Evidence of past worming. Some ink marks to the top margins of the rear pastedown and free endpaper. Overall: GOOD..

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        Les recherches des recherches & autres oeuvres de M.e Estienne Pasquier, pour la defense de nos roys, contre les outrages, calomnies, & autres impertinences dudit autheur [.].

      Paris, Sebastien Chappelet, 1622. - (36), 985 (recte: 997), (1) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Marmorierter Pappband mit altem hs. Rückenschildchen. Marmorierter Schnitt. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe. - Scharfe Attacke des streitbaren Jesuiten Garasse (1584-1631) gegen die "Recherches" des Parlamentsrats Pasquier, der vehement für die Universität und gegen den Jesuitenorden auftrat. "Pasquires Söhne vertheidigten ihren Vater in der Schrift 'Défense pour Et. Pasquier', Paris 1624, nachmals (1627) 'Antigarassus' betitelt. Beide Schriften, sagt Abbé d'Artigny, seien ein wahres Wörterbuch von Injurien und gallichten Ausfällen" (Wetzer/W.). - Gutes, kaum fleckiges Exemplar mit zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerk des Jesuitenkollegs Senonais am Titel und alter hs. Verfasserauflösung am Vorsatz. Barbier IV, 19. Goldsmith P 611. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 1187, 13. LThK IV, 289. Wetzer/Welte V, 95. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tierra del Fuogo

      Spanish map of the Magellan Strait. 1622. Amsterdam. Wide margins, strong impression, slight toning, else excellent. 445 mm x 356 mm / 292 mm x 215 mm. Copper engraved map of the Magellan Strait, published in 1622 in Amsterdam by Herrera y Tordesillas. The map, extremely simple in detail, with only a compass rose ?n ot meant for decoration purposes- to illustrate it, is one of the rarest maps of the region; only being published in Herrera´s works. Pristine example of one of the only Spanish maps of their colonies, published in Herrera´s Description de las Indias Orientales. Spanish navigation maps are extremely rare, the reason of their scarcity is often attributed to Spain´s government secrecy policy.

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        OPERUM DIVI CAECILII CYPRIANI

      Cologne: Io. Soter 1622 1st ed. 16mo, 1522. First edition. VOL. I ONLY of Erasmus' two-volume edition of the works of St. Cyprian. WorldCat locates only six copies. Bound in recent full calf in a 16th-century style. Old library name rubberstamped on both title page and colophon. Some old ink handwriting on title page along with some scattered marginalia else interior clean. Overall in very good condition. The title page and colophon have illustations else the only illustrations are rubricated initials at each chapter heading.

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        A COURANTE OF NEWES FROM THE EAST INDIA. A TRUE RELATION OF THE TAKING OF THE ISLANDS OF LANTORE AND POLAROONE IN THE PARTS OF BANDA IN THE EAST INDIES BY THE HOLLANDERS, WHICH HANDS HAD YIELDED THEMSELVES SUBJECT UNTO THE KING OF ENGLAND...[caption title]

      [London]. Feb. 8, 1622.. 6pp. Small quarto. Modern half morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Lightly age- toned and stained, with light edge wear. Very good. This newsletter is probably the earliest surviving English bulletin of current information concerning events in the Far East and the East Indies. This newssheet reports the capture of the islands of Lantore (Great Banda) and Polaroone (Pulau Run) in the Banda Islands from the British by the Dutch East India Company. The islands had been discovered and annexed to Portugal in 1512, and were valued for their spices, especially nutmeg. Early in the 17th century the Dutch expelled the Portuguese. The British subsequently gained control of the islands from the Dutch for a brief period. Despite treaties, the Dutch attacked and expelled the British in 1621, as detailed here. According to ESTC, a SECOND COURANTE of news from the East Indies was printed in London on February 18. Lach notes that the Dutch and English produced several tracts during this period, each giving their respective accounts of hostilities in the East Indies and Banda in particular. The present COURANTE is among the rarest such works. ESTC locates a total of only five copies of this February 8 newsletter, at the British Library, Cambridge, Oxford, the Folger Shakespeare Library, and the University of Minnesota, and this particular title is not mentioned by Lach. Rare. LOWNDES, p.1670. BELL IV, 34. STC 7457. ESTC S113953. Lach, ASIA IN THE MAKING OF EUROPE III, pp.555-56, 1427-36.

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        Courante of Newes from the East India. A true Relation of the taking of the Islands of Lantore and Polaroone in the parts of Banda in the East Indies by the Hollanders, which hands had yielded themselves subject unto the King of England ... [caption title]

      [London]: February 8, 1622. 6pp. Small quarto. Modern half morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Leaves lightly tanned and stained, with light edgewear. Breaking English news on conflicts in the East Indies, 1622. This newsletter is probably the earliest surviving English bulletin of current information concerning events in the Far East and the East Indies. This news sheet reports the capture of the islands of Lantore (Great Banda) and Polaroone (Pulau Run) in the Banda Islands from the British by the Dutch East India Company. The islands had been discovered and annexed to Portugal in 1512, and were valued for their spices, especially nutmeg. Early in the seventeenth century the Dutch expelled the Portuguese. The British subsequently gained control of the islands from the Dutch for a brief period. Despite treaties, the Dutch attacked and expelled the British in 1621, as detailed here. According to ESTC, a Second Courante of news from the East Indies was printed in London on February 18th. Lach notes that the Dutch and English produced several tracts during this period, each giving their respective accounts of hostilities in the East Indies and Banda in particular. The present Courante is among the rarest such works. ESTC locates a total of only five copies of this February 8 newsletter, at the British Library, Cambridge, Oxford, the Folger Shakespeare Library, and the University of Minnesota, and this particular title is not mentioned by Lach. Rare. Lowndes, p.1670; Bell IV, 34; STC 7457; ESTC S113953; Lach, Asia in the Making of Europe, III, pp.555-556 and 1427-1436.

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        FORTUNA ATTICA Sive, De Athenarum origine, incremento, magnitudine, potentia, gloria, vario statu, decremento, & occasu. Liber singularis.

      Lugduni Batavorum,: apud Godefridum Basson,, 1622.. In-16 gr. (mm. 190x145), 2 opere in 1 vol., piena pergam. coeva (dorso macchiato), pp. (8),114,(14), marca tipograf. al frontesp. Unito a: <br>& "Ceramicus geminus" "sive De Ceramici Atheniensium utriusque Antiquitatibus. Liber singularis. Nunc primum editus cura Samuelis Pufendorfii". Trajecti ad Rhenum, ex Officina Theodori ab Ackersdyck, 1663, pp. (4),96,(8), marca tipograf. al frontesp., e capilettera figur., inc. su legno. Due delle 13 opere pubblicate dal Meursius sull&#39;antica Atene, con testi in latino e greco.<br>& Il filologo olandese "Jan van Meurs, latinizzato in Meursius, (1579-1639), fu dapprima professore di greco e storia all&#39;università di Leida, poi (dal 1625) professore di storia e politica a Soro in Danimarca (dove mori&#39;) e storiografo regio di Cristiano IV di Danimarca. I suoi numerosi studi filologici e antiquari furono in gran parte compresi nel "Thesaurus antiquitatum graecarum" del Gronovio e in quello del Grevio". Cosi&#39; Enc. Treccani,XXIII, p. 138.<br>& Con lievi aloni margin., pagg. ingiallite per la qualità della carta ma certam. un buon esemplare.

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        A DISCOURSE CONTAINING A LOVING INVITATION BOTH HONOURABLE, AND PROFITABLE TO ALL SUCH AS SHALL BE ADVENTURERS, EITHER IN PERSON, OR PURSE, FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HIS MAJESTIES MOST HOPEFULL PLANTATION IN THE NEW-FOUND- LAND, LATELY UNDERTAKEN

      London: Felix Kyngston, 1622.. [8],46pp. Small quarto. Brown morocco, spine gilt, t.e.g., gilt inner dentelles, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Top edge trimmed close, affecting running title on a few pages. Lacks final blank. Minor soiling. Else very good. The first edition of this early and foundational work on one of the earliest colonies in the New World; it was also appended to later editions of Whitbourne&#39;s DISCOURSE AND DISCOVERY OF NEW-FOUND-LAND, which was first issued in 1620. Whitbourne was one of the founding fathers of Newfoundland, and this was his second discourse written to promote the young colony. This work was issued both with and without a twenty-page section of letters by Edward Wynne, describing Lord Baltimore&#39;s colony at Maryland (the letters are not present in this copy). Whitbourne came to Newfoundland as part of the colonization effort in 1615, returning to England in 1617 to bring out a group of Welsh colonists. His stated purpose was to "crowne that countrey of New-found-land with due praises, that she may...be justly called a Sister-land to this great Island of Britannia, Ireland, Virginia, New-England, and Nova Scotia." Whitbourne praises the island&#39;s "abundant heapes of nourishments & necessaries" and asks, "What seas so abounding in fish, what shores so replenished with fresh and sweet waters? The wants of other Kingdomes are not felt heere." He follows with a detailed description of the island&#39;s settlements, trade, and resources. This tract gives a glowing account of the possibilities of Newfoundland. Not in TPL, and the ESTC notes only nine locations. Rare. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 622/172. HARRISSE 35. JCB (3)II:175. BAER MARYLAND 3. CHURCH 398. SABIN 103333. ESTC S119923. STC 25375.

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        Selectarum Medicinae Disputationum. Tomus I [único publicado] in quo praeter ea quae de Febrium theoria, Coctione et Putredine atque aliis ex professo disputantur

      Osuna: Ursaonae, apud Ioannem Serrano de Vargas y Ureña, Universitatis Typographum, 1622. Folio; 3 hojas, 554 pp., 18 hojas. Diversos errores en la numeración de la paginación. Encuadernación en pergamino, de la época. Rarísimo tratado, y excelente muestra de la muy escasa producción tipográfica de la Universidad de Osuna ­prestigiosa, pese al maldiciente dicho cervantino de «en Osuna y Orihuela todo cuela»­ que versa en esencia sobre las fiebres y sus causas, ampliando las teorías de Galeno y Avicena y con extensos textos polémicos contra las opiniones sustentadas por gran parte de las autoridades médicas de su tiempo: Gómez Pereira, Vallés, Mercado y Cristobal Nuñez, principalmente. Matamoros, nacido en 1591, recibió el grado en Salamanca y ejerció como Catedrático de Prima de Medicina en la Universidad de Osuna, por cuyas aulas pasaron Alonso Gudiel, Gaspar López Nuceda, Diego de Zúñiga, Francisco Solano de Luque, Rodrigo Caro, Luis Vélez de Guevara y Blanco White, entre otros. -

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        Description des Indes Occidentales

      Amsterdam,: Emanuel Colin,, 1622.. Folio, engraved and printed title-pages, with 5 engravings and 17 folding engraved maps; small defects in outer portions of first few leaves neatly made good; an excellent copy in handsome dark calf by Aquarius. Herrera's highly important account of the New World, including the first true publication of the Journal of the Le Maire-Schouten expedition around the world. Their voyage in search of Terra Australis is described in full in the second part of the book (Iournal, & Miroir de la Navigation Australe), which publishes for the first time the "correct" narrative of the expedition.The momentous Pacific crossing was 'the last expedition of the seventeenth century to search for Terra Australis from the east...' (Schilder) and 'the one genuine voyage of Oceanic exploration between Quiros and Tasman...' (Spate). Sailing through Le Maire Strait, and rounding Patagonia via Cape Horn, this voyage had an enormous effect on future navigation, helping to put an end to the idea of the imaginary Southland. This is one of three versions published in the year of first publication: Latin, French, and Dutch language versions all appeared at the same time, using the same engravings; all editions are now rare. (The Dutch version was republished in the Australian Maritime Series - see following item.)An earlier narrative of the expedition had been published by Admiral Spilbergen, who had taken Le Maire and Schouten back to Europe after their capture by the VOC in the Dutch East Indies. Spilbergen had used much of Le Maire's journal to create his narrative, but not until this publication by Herrera did the original account of the crucial voyage appear in full.The spice trade was not the only motivating factor for the Le Maire voyage. Influenced by the voyage of Pedro Fernandez de QuirÛs, the Portuguese navigator who believed he had touched upon Terra Australis (see catalogue numbers 103-6), Isaac Le Maire, Jacob's father, set up The Australian Company ("Australische of Zuid Compagnie"). The expedition he finally mounted had a dual goal: to chart a new course to the Pacific and to find the great southland.Le Maire appointed his son Jacob to command the expedition. He was joined by experienced mariner Willem Schouten, who skippered the Eendracht, and Jacob's younger brother Jan, who skippered the Hoorn. The ships sailed on 14 June, 1615 on a mission whose purpose was kept secret from the crew for four months. The expedition successfully plotted a new sailing route to the Pacific under Cape Horn (which they named in honour of their home-base), rather than going through the VOC-controlled Strait of Magellan. As a result they established for evermore a new sailing route from the "old world" to the Pacific.The last of the seventeenth-century expeditions to search for the unknown continent from the east, it was responsible for extensive discoveries in the Pacific, shown in excellent detail on the various maps published here. There are also four fine engraved views, three of which show the Eendracht at anchor in the Solomon and Cocos Islands.For centuries after, the Pacific discoveries they made would be admired by great explorers including Tasman, Bougainville and James Cook. In fact, their voyage was a prelude to the 1642-3 voyage of Abel Tasman who, on the final leg of his voyage, sailed through seas first crossed and charted by Le Maire.The first and last parts of the book concentrate on knowledge of the New World, with a magnificent series of double-page maps, thirteen of which show north, central and south America, while the other four are particularly important mappings of the Pacific adding considerable new information to geographical knowledge. One in particular, larger than the others, shows Le Maire's route through the ocean with detailed mapping of the Pacific island groups visited and of New Guinea. Le Maire's voyage made significant Pacific discoveries, and established at last that New Guinea was not part of a great continent extending indefinitely to the east. This entirely altered European knowledge of the archipelago, which had been unchanged since 1545.Alden, 'European Americana', 622/68; Borba de Moraes, I, 400; Kroepelien, 561 (Latin edition); Medina, 'Hispanic America', 455; no copy recorded in either the Hill, Church or Herschel Jones catalogues; Palau, 114296; Schilder, 'Australia Unveiled', 'pp. 32-36; see Sharp, 'Discovery of the Pacific Islands', pp 73-8, and Schilder, Australia Unveiled, pp 32-36 and passim for a full account of the voyage and its importance, pp. 73-8; Tiele, pp. 56-7, 314-316; Wagner, 'Spanish Southwest', 12.

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        The History of the Raigne of Henry the Seventh

      London: W. Stansby for Mathew Lownes and William Barret, 1622 Book. Fair+. Full-Leather. 2nd Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. A handsome copy, whose major flaw is a detatched front board. It was received with three clipped catalogue listings which may or may not bear on this copy. Also the following notes were penciled on the blank second to last endsheet, "Bought at Anderson Galleries Dec. 12 1917, Grove sale #33, cost KE. This copy is the genuine 1st issue of the 1st edition (this is crossed out and &#39;2nd&#39; appended) See headline on page 59. A copy sold at Anderson&#39;s feb. 13th 1918 for QXE. *and spelling of enemies page 13." These points seem to have been superceded by the errata appearance and corrections. I will summarize all the data I have at hand. Spelling of &#39;Raigne&#39; is used throughout. Page 59 has &#39;The Raigne&#39; at it&#39;s page top where it should not appear. The spelling of &#39;enimies&#39; is present in the 30th line of page 13. Regarding the errata at page 248, this has been crossed out by hand and the issues corrected either by hand or type re-setting in each case. Collation is quarto, book measures 11 1/2 x 7 3/4, 248 pages. Regarding the books condition, the spine is unribbed but gilt illustrated in seven segments with the age darkened label in the 2nd from the top, there is chip out top and bottom and at exterior hinge extremities. Front hinge is neatly cracked, inside and out, back hinge starting but much less weak. The boards have gilt edgework (inside and out) and tooling. Significant tip rounding and abrasion thru the leather. There is an old booksellers label upper corner last PD. Marbled first/last endsheet and pastedowns, 1st pd has ex-librirs plate from 1808 that appears to overlay an older plate. Frontis is in place, the title page has odd inscription at bottom margin thus, "illus.- De Bourne Bethlehem 4 Juli 1625, J.E.-illus." the illustrations look like -E forward and backward- twixt which appears a Coptic Cross? The text seems grand to me, aged with a good bit of speckled foxing, some corrected dog ear. The pastedowns and back endsheets may have been redone they seem a bit newer than the balance, the front blank end sheets have the most foxing, very foxed. Foto will accompany the listing shortly..

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        Selectarum Medicinae Disputationum. Tomus I [único publicado] in quo praeter ea quae de Febrium theoria, Coctione et Putredine atque aliis ex professo disputantur.

      Osuna: Ursaonae, apud Ioannem Serrano de Vargas y Ureña, Universitatis Typographum, 1622. - Folio; 3 hojas, 554 pp., 18 hojas. Diversos errores en la numeración de la paginación. Encuadernación en pergamino, de la época. Rarísimo tratado, y excelente muestra de la muy escasa producción tipográfica de la Universidad de Osuna &#150;prestigiosa, pese al maldiciente dicho cervantino de «en Osuna y Orihuela todo cuela»&#150; que versa en esencia sobre las fiebres y sus causas, ampliando las teorías de Galeno y Avicena y con extensos textos polémicos contra las opiniones sustentadas por gran parte de las autoridades médicas de su tiempo: Gómez Pereira, Vallés, Mercado y Cristobal Nuñez, principalmente. Matamoros, nacido en 1591, recibió el grado en Salamanca y ejerció como Catedrático de Prima de Medicina en la Universidad de Osuna, por cuyas aulas pasaron Alonso Gudiel, Gaspar López Nuceda, Diego de Zúñiga, Francisco Solano de Luque, Rodrigo Caro, Luis Vélez de Guevara y Blanco White, entre otros. -

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        Uccelliera, overo discorso della natura, e proprietà di diversi uccelli... con il modo di prendergli, conoscergli, allevargli, e mantenergli... -

      Roma, Fei, 1622.In-4. Solida legatura coeva in pelle, dorso con nervi e ricchi fregi oro. Con 66 belle illustrazioni a p. pag. di uccelli e scene di caccia, inc. dal Tempesta, Villamena a Maggi. (6), 67 ff., pp. 68-81, (6) ff.; lieve, uniforme brunitura della carta e leggero alone d'umidità in basso. Prima edizione di una delle più antiche opere italiane di ornitologia, in cui sono accuratamente descritte e magnificamente illustrate 45 specie di uccelli, con i modi di prenderli e conservarli. «La superba iconografia e la bellezza tipografica, unitamente alla correttezza del testo, resero l'opera assai famosa: infatti è considerata come il capolavoro dell'arte tipografica romana del secolo XVII... Attualmente è difficilissimo trovare esemplari perfetti, di solito portano tutti il segno dell'usura» (M. Schiavone, l'Esopo 12/1981). Gamba 2029. Nissen 693. Souhart 355. Ceresoli 384. First edition of this famous book on birds, their habits, methods of capture and care, noteworthy for the 66 superb full-page engravings by Tempesta, Villamena and Maggi, which «are much superior to the figures of birds by English and French artists of the same period...» (Harting 278). Contemp. calf, spine in six compts. and richly gilt. Mild uniform browning and light waterstain in lower corner.

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        UCCELLIERA overo discorso della natura e proprietà di diversi uccelli e in particolare di que? che cantano, con il modo di prendergli, conoscergli, allevargli, e mantenergli. In Roma, appresso Andrea Fei 1622.

      Pergamena coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso, cm 24x18, 12 nn., 81, 12 nn., 62 incisioni del Tempesta e del Villamena. Le 4 pp bianche sono di restauro, alcune incisioni risultano meno fresche ma, nel complesso buon esemplare. Sono allegate 2 cc. sciolte manoscritte; una carta parla diffusamente di un libro sulla caccia alle anatre pubblicato a Parigi nel 1813. La seconda carta, sicuramente precedente, è manoscritta su 4 facce con versi sciolti a soggetto venatorio con il titolo: "Splendore di selva che arde paragonata all?esercito nemico che marcia".

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        De Iure Asylorum, liber singularis Petri Sarpi I.C..

      Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1622.In-8° (182x145mm), pp. 80, legatura coeva p. pergamena con titolo calligrafato in antico alla cuffia superiore. Impresa tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio; nota di possesso in data 1666 al margine inferiore del frontespizio stesso. Dedicatoria del traduttore a Gerhard Maldechem. Nota antica di attribuzione al contropiatto. Bruniture. Buon esemplare. Prima edizione (l'opera, redatta all'origine in latino, apparve per la prima volta in questa traduzione latina, dovuta ad Augerius Frikelburgius), impressa con tipi elzeviriani, di quest'opera sarpiana sul diritto d'asilo esaminato alla luce della giurisprudenza civile così come di quella canonica. L'autore è indicato come Pietro Sarpi in quanto tale, prima della sua ordinazione sacerdotale, era il nome di battesimo del grande storico. "Fra Paolo considera come un abuso questa pretesa immunità delle chiese, ma stante i pregiudizi della età ne consiglia la tolleranza, cui per altro ristringe con tante clausole che riduce il diritto di asilo ai soli debitori insolvibili, purchè non siano fraudolenti, e a' rei di delitto accidentale", riassumeva il Bianchi-Giovini nella sua Biografia da Frà Paolo Sarpi. Willems, n. 205. Copinger, 4095. Melzi, III, p. 28.

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        Institutiones lingua Hebraicae. Eiusdem exercitatio in Psalmum XXXIV. Accedet Sylva Tadicum, autore I.B.M. e Societate Iesu. Unito con: Martignac, Ioanne Baptista. Sylva Radicum Hebraicarum, Quae radices omnes, & aliquot derivata ordine Alphabetico conti.

      Paris, Seb. Cramoisy, 1622. 1622 2 parti in un volume in -8 (cm. 16,5 x 10,5), pp. (16) 333 (1); Unito con: Martignac, Ioanne Baptista. Sylva Radicum Hebraicarum, Quae radices omnes, & aliquot derivata ordine Alphabetico continet. Paris, S. Cramoisy, J. Libert, 1622. Pp. 79. Leg. del XIX secolo mezza pelle. Dorso liscio con titolo e filetti oro. Buona edizione di questo classico del Cardinale Bellarmino, qui con le annotazioni di Simeon de Muis, che dedica il suo lavoro al Cardinale François de la Rochefoucault. Prima Edizione del manuale ebraico del Martignac, anche attribuito a Nicolas Riqueil. Cfr. De Backer/Sommervogel VI c. 1874 nr. 1.

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        De Veltbouw ofte Lant winninghe: Inhoudende eene rechte wel bestellinge eenes hofs te bouwen: Cruyt-hoven ende fruyt-hoven te maken: alderhande boomen te planten: Byen te houden, te distilleren: beemden, vijvers en de staende wateren te maken, en die te onderhouden: Visschen te vangen: Acker-lant te winnen: Wijngaerden te oeffenen: Medicinale wijnen te bereyden: Parck voor wilde beesten te maken, mitsgaders de wolve-jacht.

      Amsterdam, Michiel Colijn, 1622. Folio (295 x 190 mm). pp. (2), 259, (13, index), title with 2 caryatides holding a garland of fruit and vegetables and a pleasure garden on lower part of title, 24 woodcut illustrations in the text. Contemporary vellum. The first Dutch edition was published in Amsterdam in 1588. It is a Dutch edition of Estienne's, in Latin Stephanus' and in Dutch Stevens', famous work on agriculture. It was first published as 'Praedium rusticum' 1554. An amazingly popular French version 'L'agriculture et maison rustique' was first published in Paris 1564, translated by his Estienne's son-in-law, Jean Libault. It became a Renaissance bestseller with at least 80 editions by the fall of Napoleon. The work was translated into the English, German, Dutch, Italian and Scandinavian languages. It is a veritable encyclopedia of country living, with large sections on orchards and fruit. Charles Estienne belonged to the famous dynasty of Parisian printers, he was however a poor businessman and died imprisoned in 1561 at the Châtelet. Outer margins of title a bit frayed, some slight waterstaining towards the end of book. Bibl. Belg. II, pp. 1057-1058.

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        Then stoormechtige, högborne furstes och christelighe herres, her Gustaffs, fordom Sweriges, Göthes, och Wendes konungs etc. historia, vthi twå deeler författad korteligen och samfärdheligen sammandragen och beskreffuen aff Erich Jörensson.

      Stockholm, Christoffer Reusner, 1622. Titelblad tryckt i rött och svart + (14) + 415 + (9) s. Samtida pergamentband. 30 X 19 cm. Exlibris (Axel Kock). Titelbladet lagat med textförlust. Gammal namnteckning på titelbladet. S. 225-227 trasiga med pappers- och textförlust (hål). Pärmpapperet på bakre pärmens insida maskstunget

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        Iani Gullielmi F. Lavrenbergi Antiquarius: in quo præter antiqua et obsoleta verba ac voces minùs usitates, dicendi formulæ insolentes, plurimi ritus Pop. Rom. ac Græcis peculiares exponuntur & enodantur.

      Lugduni [Lyon], Typis Ioannis Anard, 1622. 4°. Contemporary vellum binding, only slightly soiled. (8) + 529 + (3) pages. Last page blank. Old library stamp »Aalborg Skole« on title page. One or two small handwritten notes. A few corners missing not affecting the text at all. Previous owner's name and handwritten notes on free front end paper. A little marginaly damp stained

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        FORTUNA ATTICA. Sive, De Athenarum origine, incremento, magnitudine, potentia, gloria, vario statu, decremento, & occasu. Liber singularis.

      apud Godefridum Basson In-16 gr. (mm. 190x145), 2 opere in 1 vol., piena pergam. coeva (dorso macchiato), pp. (8),114,(14), marca tipograf. al frontesp. Unito a: "Ceramicus geminus" "sive De Ceramici Atheniensium utriusque Antiquitatibus. Liber singularis. Nunc primum editus cura Samuelis Pufendorfii". Trajecti ad Rhenum, ex Officina Theodori ab Ackersdyck, 1663, pp. (4),96,(8), marca tipograf. al frontesp., e capilettera figur., inc. su legno. Due delle 13 opere pubblicate dal Meursius sull'antica Atene, con testi in latino e greco. Il filologo olandese "Jan van Meurs, latinizzato in Meursius, (1579-1639), fu dapprima professore di greco e storia all'università di Leida, poi (dal 1625) professore di storia e politica a Soro in Danimarca (dove mori') e storiografo regio di Cristiano IV di Danimarca. I suoi numerosi studi filologici e antiquari furono in gran parte compresi nel "Thesaurus antiquitatum graecarum" del Gronovio e in quello del Grevio". Cosi' Enc. Treccani,XXIII, p. 138. Con lievi aloni margin., pagg. ingiallite per la qualità della carta ma certam. un buon esemplare.

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        Summa Totius Theologiae

      Coloniae Agrippinae, Sumpfibus Antonij Hierati, 1622 In Quia quicquid in universis Bibliis continentur obscuri, quicquid in veterum patrum (ab ipso nascentis Ecclesiae initio) monumentis est doctrinae notabilis:.... In Tres Partes ab auctore suo distributa... Editio nouissima, in qua praestitum quid fit, sequenti pagella indicatur. (covers 40 * 25 cm, text block 38.5 * 24 cm) In contemporary, heavily tooled, rather grubby white vellum, which has been relaid onto brown leather spine and covers, crest? to center, 4 brass attachments but missing the 2 clasps, some small worm holes, a little grubby at edges, spine has raised bands with title handwritten in black ink. Internally, fairly recent end papers, reinforced with tape, title page has red and black ink text, small ink college name to head, some small worm holes to L margin. (12), 216, (8), 220, (14), 341, (13), 208, [2], 3-184, (150), (20 pp. In 5 parts - Part 1 = 216 pp. Part 2 - 220 pp. Part 3 - 341. Part 4 - 208. Part 5 - 184 pp. Long index. Title pages and text all within ruled frames, Title page in red and black ink, double columns, each part has separate title page, approx 70 lines per full column. Small worm holes to margins of title page and a few after, not detracting. Rare and in excellent condition. (Extra Postage) The Italian philosopher and theologian St. Thomas Aquinas (ca 1224-1274) was one of the foremost minds of medieval scholasticism. He is recognized as the leading theological authority within the Roman Catholic Church. (OCLC

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        A Catalogue and Succession of the Kings, Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, and Viscounts of this Realme of England, since the Norman Conquest, to the present yeere 1622. Together with their Armes, Wives and Children; collected by Raphe Brooke Esquire, Yorke Herauld, and by him inlarged, with amendment of divers faults, committed by the Printer in the time of the Authors sicknesse

      NP NP , 1622. Revised second edition. Hardcover. vg. 4to. [8],392,[2],pp. Bound in modern three-quarter calf over marbled boards protected by mylar. Gold-lettering and stamped floral decorations on spine. Raised bands. Modern endpapers. Title-page with decorative woodcut border. Title page with author's name spelled incorrectly "Raphe." Second edition of Brooke's famous 'Catalogue of English Nobility,' profusely illustrated throughout with woodcuts of coats of arms. Ralph Brooke (1553-1625) was an English Officer of Arms in the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. The first edition was published in 1619 and was full of errors, which intensified the already excising feud between Brooke and William Camden, a fellow Officer of Arms. In the foreword of this edition, Brooke fails to take responsibility and blames his printer William Jaggard for the mistakes in the first edition. Augustine Vincent, a friend of Camden, set the record straight in his 1622 work 'A Discoverie of Errors' in which he points out that Brooke, not Jaggard, was responsible for the errors. Jaggard happily served as the printer on Vincent's work. Decorative initials and headpieces. One page-added manuscript (tipped-in) with code of arms. Some entries annotated in text, few sentences with underlining. Age wear on boards. Paper-split along gutter on free front endpaper, firmly holding. Water staining on few pages. Rippling to leaves. Some errors in paging, as published. Overall very good condition. Fascinating 17th-century work on the genealogy of English nobility. Rare, complete second edition.

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        Della religione del prencipe christiano contra li machiavellisti. in bologna, per pietro tozzi, 1622.

      Cm. 16, pp. (16) 624 (8). Bel frontespizio allegorico ed il ritratto dell'autore incisi in rame. Leg. settecentesca in cart. alla rustica, dorso ricoperto in carta colorata. Traccia di un'etichetta al frontespizio (presente al dorso) e poche tracce d'uso; esemplare complessivamente genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera assai signigicativa nell'ambito del pensiero politico del Cinquecento spagnolo esemplificativo della scuola antimachiavellica. Traduzione di Scipione Metelli. Interessante e non comune.

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        Summa Totius Theologiae

      Coloniae Agrippinae, Sumpfibus Antonij Hierati, 1622 In Quia quicquid in universis Bibliis continentur obscuri, quicquid in veterum patrum (ab ipso nascentis Ecclesiae initio) monumentis est doctrinae notabilis:.... In Tres Partes ab auctore suo distributa... Editio nouissima, in qua praestitum quid fit, sequenti pagella indicatur. (covers 40 * 25 cm, text block 38.5 * 24 cm) In contemporary, heavily tooled, rather grubby white vellum, which has been relaid onto brown leather spine and covers, crest? to center, 4 brass attachments but missing the 2 clasps, some small worm holes, a little grubby at edges, spine has raised bands with title handwritten in black ink. Internally, fairly recent end papers, reinforced with tape, title page has red and black ink text, small ink college name to head, some small worm holes to L margin. (12), 216, (8), 220, (14), 341, (13), 208, [2], 3-184, (150), (20 pp. In 5 parts - Part 1 = 216 pp. Part 2 - 220 pp. Part 3 - 341. Part 4 - 208. Part 5 - 184 pp. Long index. Title pages and text all within ruled frames, Title page in red and black ink, double columns, each part has separate title page, approx 70 lines per full column. Small worm holes to margins of title page and a few after, not detracting. Rare and in excellent condition. (Extra Postage) The Italian philosopher and theologian St. Thomas Aquinas (ca 1224-1274) was one of the foremost minds of medieval scholasticism. He is recognized as the leading theological authority within the Roman Catholic Church. (OCLC |~|122303692) No entry found at ESTC

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        Opera omnia quae reperiri potuerunt Sanctissimorum Patrum Leonis Magni Romani Pontifici eius nominis Primi, Maximi Taurinensis Episcopi, Petri Chrysologi Ravennatis Episcopi et Fulgentii Episcopi Ruspensis. Editio præter cæteras recognita auctiorque cum Scholiis Gerardi Vossii ad S. Leonem, tum variis hactenus ad S. Fulgentium factis accessionibus insuperque nova, Libri de Praedestinatione et Gratia, inter eius opera hactenus desiderati

      Lyon: Lugduni, sumptibus Claudii Landry, 1622. Folio; 6 hs., 246 pp., 5 hs. + 6 hs., 153 pp. (de las que faltan por expurgo inquisitorial las páginas 29/30 y 30/31) 3 hs. + 6 hs., 249 pp., 5 hs. Encuadernación de la época, en pergamino.

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        Histoire des grands Chemins de l'Empire Romain, contenant l'origine, progr?s, & estendue quasi incroyable des Chemins militaries, pauez depuis la ville de Rome jusques aux extremitez de son Empire. O? se voit la grandeur et la puissance incomparable des Romains: Ensemble, l'esclaircissement de l'Itineraire d'Antonin et de la Carte de Peutinger.

      Paris, Chez C. Morel, 1622. In 4to (cm 17,2 x 24,5), front. in rosso / nero, pp. (40), 856, (28), testatine, capilettera xilografati e ornati, alcuni schemi e tabelle n. t., leg. recente in piena pelle, titolo in oro sul suo tassello originale. Nicolas Bergier fu storico e avvocato (Reims, 1 marzo 1567 - Reims, 18 agosto 1623). Al Bergier, appassionato della storia delle vie di comunicazione romane, il Re Luigi XIII commission? un lavoro di ricerca sul soggetto. Dopo cinque anni, venne pubblicato questo importante documento sulla geografia dell'Impero Romano e sulle sue vie di comunicazione (comprese le tecniche e i dettagli di costruzione). Per quanto non in questa, ma solo nelle due edizioni successive, quelle stampate nel Settecento (la prima nel 1728, la seconda nel 1736), si riporta la celebre "Tabula Peutingeriana" (la "Peutingeriana", come copia medievale di una carta di et? romana imperiale, fu pubblicata ad Anversa nel 1598, ripresa poi negli atlanti dell'Ortelio e del Jansson, nei primi anni del '600, e successivamente fu presente in edizioni posteriori alla prima di questa opera), resta la nostra la pi? importante delle edizioni, prima e rara, peraltro l'unica a essere edita con l'Autore ancora in vita. Edizione originale di opera dotta e importante. Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione.

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