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2020-02-06 13:06:07
TASSONI, Alessandro (1565-1635)
Paris: Toussaint Dubray, 1622. BOUND IN GILT BROWN MOROCCO BYHARDY-MENNIL12mo (135x75 mm). [6], 166, [2] leaves. Collation: a6 A-O12. The leaf O12 is a blank. Nicely bound in gilt brown morocco by Hardy-Mennil with inside gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers and gilt edges (spine and joint slightly worn). First leaves a bit foxed, slightly uniformly browned throughout as usual.FIRST EDITION, THIRD ISSUE, of the first draft of the Secchia rapita, the most successful mock-heroic poem of Italian literature. Composed between 1614 and 1618, the work first circulated in manuscript form, immediately attracting the attention of the Inquisition. After several (sometimes illegal) attempts to have it printed in Modena and Padua, Tassoni was forced to go to France to avoid ecclesiastical censure. It was through the efforts of Jean Chapelain, a friend and collaborator of G.B. Marino, that Tassoni's poem was eventually printed in Paris in late 1621. Of this first Paris edition three issues are known. Almost around the same time, a counterfeit, probably printed in Venice, appeared on the market. The counterfeit is based on the third issue of the Paris edition but is very roughly printed.For the second edition, issued in Rome (with Ronciglione falsely stated on the title-page) in 1624, Tassoni was obliged to correct the text, meeting the demands of Pope Urban VIII, who, after the revisions, had to admit he liked the poem. The revised text (with the title changed to La Secchia rapita – 'The Stolen Bucket') became the standard text, reprinted dozens of times in and outside Italy until the end … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [United States]
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2020-02-03 11:09:08
BERGIER (Nicolas).
Paris, Morel, 1622. In-4 bien complet de son frontispice, (21)ff., (titre, dédicace, privilège, avert., table, préface), 856 pages et (14)ff. de table. Deux feuillets non chiffrés de Dédicace sont placés devant chacun des 4 livres composant l'ouvrage. Claire mouillure marginale aux 10 premiers feuillets, des cahiers légèrement bruni au début d'ouvrage, des rousseurs, une galerie de vers angulaire sans perte de texte dans la 2ème moitié de l'ouvrage. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats. Mors du premier plat fendu, coiffe inf. et coins usés, légers frottements et taches. Reliure de l'époque. Edition originale rare, dédiée à Louis XIII et ornée d’un beau titre original de G. Baussonnet, artiste rémois. C’est l’ouvrage le plus important de Nicolas Bergier (1567-1623), archéologue, professeur à la faculté de Reims et historiographe royal. Il a été longtemps le manuel indispensable pour les érudits et chercheurs des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, car il répertoriait l’ensemble des voies de l’empire romain ainsi que les maisons, palais ou sépultures, jardins et même les animaux et la nature environnante. L'auteur fut l'un des premiers artisans de notre archéologie nationale. Jésuite et homme d'action, il voulut présenter aux restaurateurs des routes françaises du début du XVIIe siècle l'exemple des voies romaines. Il tira des textes antiques à peu près tout ce que nous possédons aujourd'hui. Exemplaire en reliure d'époque bien complet du frontispice qui manque souvent, condition rare. Provenance : Antoine Mouradian (ex-libris gravé avec la devise « … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2020-02-02 15:24:03
Lavanha, João Baptista
1622. Lavanha, João Baptista, Viage de la Cathólica Real Magestad del Rei Don Filipe III, Nuestro Señor al Reino de Portugal. I relación del solene recebimiento que en él se le hizo. Su Magestad la mandó escrivir por Ioan Baptista Lavaña, su Cronista Mayor, Madrid, Por Thomás Iunti Impressor del Rei Nuestro Señor, 1622 [En colofón, fol. 76v: En Madrid, Por Tomás Iunti Impressor del Rey Nuestro Señor, 1621]. Fol. (34 x 23,5 cm) Frontispicio + 2 hs. + 76 fols. Los 11 grabados calcográficos a plena página, al igual que el frontispicio, grabados por Juan Schorquens. Errores de foliación. Capitales iniciales ornadas. Texto en castellano, latín y portugués. Encuadernación moderna en plena piel, con nervios y tejuelo con autor, título y año en oro. Cinta registro. Cortes tintados. Falto de los tres grabados desplegables: Desembarcación de su Magestad en Lisboa, diseñada por el pintor real, Domingos Vieira Serrão; Arco de los Hombres de Negocios y Arco de los Flamencos. Buen ejemplar, con amplios márgenes y papel muy blanco. Tras muchos intentos fallidos desde comienzos del Seiscientos, por fin el 22 de abril de 1619 Felipe III marcha en compañía de un abultado séquito a Lisboa en donde su hijo, el príncipe de Asturias, jurará en la cortes como heredero del trono. Pese a que el viaje no estaba exento de conflictos, habida cuenta que los portugueses mostraban su descontento por el nombramiento de extranjeros en cargos importantes así como por los elevados impuestos, las levas de soldados, etc., supuso una gran ocasión para desplegar todo el aparato publicista del Estado. Durante var … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: El Amante de Libros [AVILA, AVILA, Spain]
2020-02-02 09:29:55
Bacon, Sir Francis.
Folio. London: Printed by w. Stansby for Matthew Lownes and William Barret, 1622. Folio, (6, of 8), 1-248pp. 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: "ffran morse" and very early inscription at front (see below). Preserved in a morocco backed Sangorski & Sutcliffe slip-case. § Second issue of the first edition, with 3 errata corrected and four uncorrected; this copy is bound without the dedication leaf. At the front in a very early hand (but perhaps not that of ffran morse) are four lines of verse beginning "In vtrum[que] paratus Inglishedd" and continuing:"Patience amongst the vertues sitts as queene / Then welcome now that patience may be seene / but pale-faced woe, if thou wilt needs depart / the dore stands ope, be gone wth all my hart."Heather Wolfe kindly commented that "there's an emblem with that title, from Whitney, but it pairs two different things (not patience and woe). It appears in other emblem books as well, but with the same shovel/sword."Gibson 116b. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [United States]
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2020-01-31 09:15:30
Bacon, Sir Francis.
1622. London: Printed by w. Stansby for Matthew Lownes and William Barret, 1622. Folio, (6, of 8), 1-248pp. 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: "ffran morse" and very early inscription at front (see below). Preserved in a morocco backed Sangorski & Sutcliffe slip-case. § Second issue of the first edition, with 3 errata corrected and four uncorrected; this copy is bound without the dedication leaf. At the front in a very early hand (but perhaps not that of ffran morse) are four lines of verse beginning "In vtrum[que] paratus Inglishedd" and continuing: "Patience amongst the vertues sitts as queene / Then welcome now that patience may be seene / but pale-faced woe, if thou wilt needs depart / the dore stands ope, be gone wth all my hart." Heather Wolfe kindly commented that "there's an emblem with that title, from Whitney, but it pairs two different things (not patience and woe). It appears in other emblem books as well, but with the same shovel/sword." Gibson 116b. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2020-01-27 07:37:05
buone buenas / 396 años, y no los prueba. Pregiato documento autografato del 1622 in lingua spagnola rilasciato dall'allora Governatore di Milano Gómez Suárez de Figueroa y Córdoba a favore del Nobile * GIANGIACOMO PARIBELLI * di Albosaggia (Sondrio) Valtellina Lettera di presentazione ALLA CORTE REALE SPAGNOLA con referenze per gli affari riguadanti la Valtellina. sotto la dominazione Spagnola. nota : l'allora nobile *Giangiacomo annotò a tergo di detta lettera una nota in italiano di detto documento, come pure la data di morte di detto Gomez, avvenuta il 16 GIUGNO DEL 1634. ho notato pure che detta data, non coincide come descritto su Wikipedia. lo fanno morto il 13 Gennaio del 1634 di febbre tifoida. Essendo un documento autentico posseduto dalla famiglia ritengo valida detta data, annotata dal nob. *Giangiacomo di Abosaggia. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Documento bien autografiado.. en español emitido por el entonces Gobernador de Milán Gómez de Figueroa, duque de Feria, a favor del conde GIAN GIACOMO PARIBELLI de Albosaggia (Sondrio) Valtellina Carta de presentación A la corte real de España con referencias para el negocio que regula Valtellina. bajo la dominación española 396 años, y no los prueba.
Bookseller: radiougoonline [prv. di Udine, IT]
2020-01-26 18:48:10
BERGIER (Nicolas).
Paris, Morel, 1622. In-4 bien complet de son frontispice, (21)ff., (titre, dédicace, privilège, avert., table, préface), 856 pages et (14)ff. de table. Deux feuillets non chiffrés de Dédicace sont placés devant chacun des 4 livres composant l'ouvrage. Claire mouillure marginale aux 10 premiers feuillets, des cahiers légèrement bruni au début d'ouvrage, des rousseurs, une galerie de vers angulaire sans perte de texte dans la 2ème moitié de l'ouvrage. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats. Mors du premier plat fendu, coiffe inf. et coins usés, légers frottements et taches. Reliure de l'époque. Edition originale rare, dédiée à Louis XIII et ornée dun beau titre original de G. Baussonnet, artiste rémois. Cest louvrage le plus important de Nicolas Bergier (1567-1623), archéologue, professeur à la faculté de Reims et historiographe royal. Il a été longtemps le manuel indispensable pour les érudits et chercheurs des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, car il répertoriait lensemble des voies de lempire romain ainsi que les maisons, palais ou sépultures, jardins et même les animaux et la nature environnante. L'auteur fut l'un des premiers artisans de notre archéologie nationale. Jésuite et homme d'action, il voulut présenter aux restaurateurs des routes françaises du début du XVIIe siècle l'exemple des voies romaines. Il tira des textes antiques à peu près tout ce que nous possédons aujourd'hui. Exemplaire en reliure d'époque bien complet du frontispice qui manque souvent, condition rare. Provenance : Antoine Mouradian (ex-libris gravé avec la devise « O … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2020-01-26 00:57:03
CARCANO Francesco.
In Vicenza, per il Megietti, 1622, in-8, end of the XIXth / beginning of the XXth century nice half red morocco binding, four raised bands with gilt title and date (1622) on the spine, marbled paper on the boards, pp. [16], 217 [but: 219], [3], the last leaf is blank. Another blank leaf following the one that is present has not been bound in the volume (see collation in opac.sbn.it). With printer's devices on the title page and on the verso of the last printed leaf (this one is an aldine anchor). A woodcut illustration on leaf N8 verso. A restored wormhole on leaf F6. Ceresoli, p. 133: "unica edizione vicentina", and p. 131: "L'opera del Carcano si può considerare come il più bello tra i libri classici della falconeria italiana, d'indole pratica, e, se si vuole, in rapporto all'epoca della pubblicazione, anche tecnica. Francesco Carcano, nobile vicentino, esercitò per oltre quarant'anni la falconeria [.]". The first edition was printed in 1568 (some bibliographers quote a 1547 edition but it doesn't exist). Ex-libris Umberto Caproni di Taliedo. Library and duplicate inkstamps with date of sale: 1890). The upper and lower margins a little bit short but a nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2020-01-25 15:59:10
Govge [Gouge], William
Printed by Iohn [John] Haviland for William Bladen, 1622. Condition: Tail of spine rubbed and chipped, mark to bottom of spine, front hinge split, text block virtually detached from binding but held by rear endpaper, textblock still in one piece, front cover torn at fore edge and bottom corner with portion missing, rear cover creased, binding holes to vellum on front and rear joints, bookplate to pastedown, some page corners curled, water mark to corners of pages from p150-300, odd spot of foxing but pages mostly clean, pages misnumbered as issued at p191/196, binding worn, text in good condition. [26], 191, 196-693 [1], pages, decorative headpieces and capitals, errata to final page. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [United Kingdom]
2020-01-22 07:21:23
1622. Condition: Buone condizioni. TASSONI, Alessandro, La Secchia poema eroicomico d'Androvinci Melisone. Paris Toussaint Dubray 1622 In 12° (mm 138x81); cc. (6), 166, (2). Segnatura: a6 A-O12 (bianca la c. O12). Fregio xilografico al frontespizio, frontalini e capilettera xilografici. Pergamena rigida coeva o di poco posteriore, tassello con titolo in oro al dorso (macchia al piatto posteriore). Firme di appartenenza di un certo Luigi Bernini. Segno di tarlo nelle ultime 3 carte che lede qualche lettera di testo. Due piccoli emblemi (un albero con un serpente attorcigliato) timbrati sul titolo. Esemplare leggermente brunito. Prima edizione, seconda tiratura, della prima redazione della Secchia rapita, il maggior poema eroicomico italiano. Composta fra 1614 e il 1618, l'opera cominciò ad avere dapprima una circolazione manoscritta, attirando su di sé le attenzioni dell'Inquisizione. Dopo alcuni tentativi, anche clandestini, di farla stampare a Modena e a Padova, Tassoni fu costretto dalla censura ecclesiastica ad optare per la Francia. Fu così grazie all'interessamento di Jean Chapelain, amico e collaboratore del Marino, che il poema tassoniano vide la luce a Parigi negli ultimi mesi del 1621. Contemporaneamente all'edizione parigina, di cui si conoscono tre tirature differenti, apparve sul mercato una contraffazione veneziana del tutto identica, basata sulla terza tiratura dell'edizione parigina, ma stampata in modo grossolano. Al momento di approntare la seconda edizione, che uscì a Roma con falso luogo Ronciglione nel 1624, Tassoni dovette comunque correggere il testo, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, IT]
2020-01-17 10:32:11
AA. VV.
1622. Condition: Accettabile. Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis Pii V Pont. Max. iussu editum. Nunc pluribus quàm hactenus umquam figuris aeneis illustratum Volume degli inizi del XVII secolo in 4°, stato discreto, coperta di colore rosso, in pelle, con piatti riccamente decorati da bella cornice con ovali e disegni floreali dorati in bassorilievo, dorso, molto rovinato, anch'esso con disegni floreali e caratteri dorati in bassorilievo, evidenti segni del tempo, tagli, una volta di colore nero, ora molto scoloriti, pagine con margini leggermente bruniti, presentano segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Alcune pagine restaurate. Risguardia e controguardia foderate con carta marmorizzata di tipo Old Duck. Su foglio di guardia firma d'appartenenza ed appunti scritti a matita. Riccamente illustrato con incisioni in ottone, in nero in testo e fuori testo. Caratteri dei testi di colore nero e rosso. Bei capilettera bicolore ed in nero. L'IMMAGINE MOSTRATA E' DELL'OGGETTO MESSO IN VENDITA THE IMAGE SHOWN IS THE OBJECT ON SALE L'IMAGE MONTREE EST L'OBJECT HIS EN VENTE Autore: AA. VV. Editore: Ex Officina Plantiniana - Apud Baltha sarem Moretum, & Viduam Ioannis Moreti, & Io. Meurfium - Antuerpiae Collana: Lingua: LATINO Luogo edizione: ANVERSA Argomento: Messale Anno: 1622 Stato: USATO Pagine: 696 Volume: Rilegatura: Rilegato Edizione: PER ACQUISTI MULTIPLI, SPEDIZIONE UNICA A 4,90 EURO. ATTENDERE ACCORPAMENTO ORDINI PER IL PAGAMENTO FOR MORE THAN ONE PURCHASE, ONE SHIPPING FOR 4,90 EURO. PLEASE WAIT FOR TOTAL ORDERS BEFORE PAYING POUR PLUS D'UN ACHAT, UNE SEULE EXPEDITION POUR 4,90 EU … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliotecadibabele.libri [Tarquinia (VT), IT]
2020-01-16 23:37:04
West, William
1622. One of the Earliest English Texts to Address Conveyancing[C] West, William [1568-1594]. The First Part of Simboleography. Which May be Termed the Art, Or Description, of Instruments and Presidents. Collected by William West of the Inner Temple Esquire. And Now Newly Augmented with Divers Presidents Touching Merchants Affaires. London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1622. [648] pp. [Bound with] West, William. The Second Part of Symboleography, Newly Corrected and Amended, And Verie Much Enlarged in All the Foure Severall Treatises: 1 Of Fines and Concords. 2 Of Common Recoveries. 3 Of Offences and Indictments. 4 Of Compromises and Arbitrements. Whereunto is Annexed Another Treatise of Equitie, The Iurisdiction, And Proceedings of the High Court of Chancerie; Of Supplications, Bills, And Answers; And of Certaine Writs, And Commissions Issuing Thence, And There also Returnable: Likewise much Augmented with Divers Presidents, For the Same Purpose, Beginning at the 144. Section, And Continuing to the End of Bills and Answers. With an Addition of Some Necessary Examplars to be Used in his Maiesties Court of Exchequer, Wards and Liveries, And Starre-Chamber, Never Printed Before. Hereunto is also Added a Table for the More Easie and Readie Finding of Matters Herein Contayned. London: Printed for The Companie of Stationers, 1618. [ii], 350, [8] ff. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6-1/2"). Later library cloth, calf lettering piece to spine, "10" in early hand to fore-edge of text block, endpapers added. Light soiling, moderate soiling to spine, corners bumped, front joint partially … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2020-01-14 16:58:05
SUCQUET, Antoine, S.J. (1574-1626)
Antwerp: Hendrick Aertssens, 1622. Thick 8vo (193 x 116 mm). [16], 881 (recte 883), [41] pages. Black letter, roman and italic types. Engraved title and 32 numbered engraved plates by Boetius a Bolswert, woodcut initials and tailpiece ornaments. A modest copy: dust-soiling, first few leaves creased, old library markings on title, marginal dampstain in three or four quires. Contemporary parchment over boards, edges stained red (lacking ties, worn and soiled, upper cover detached). Old library stamp on upper edge, paper shelfmark label on spine.*** Second edition in Dutch of one of the most popular 17th-century Jesuit devotional books. Translated by Gerardus Zoes, it is enlarged from the 1620 edition, which was published the same year as the first edition in Latin. Neither a collection of religious meditations nor a doctrinal treatise of spiritual life, The way of eternal life by the Jesuit Sucquet, provincial of Flanders and Belgium from 1619-1623, is "a sort of practical guide for the use of young novices of the Society of Jesus. It is as if the spiritual director affirms his role of mediator by interposing himself between the meditator and the material meditated upon. This is reflected particularly in the engravings, which are constructed as veritable `directories' of meditation" (Dekoninck, p. 305, transl.). The complex, hallucinatory, and varied engravings by the "great baroque engraver" Boëce van Bolswert literally provide "peeps into Hell and glimpses of Heaven" (Praz, p. 195). Most include an allegorical figure representing the soul, usually accompanied by his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-01-10 19:12:03
Carcano, Francesco.
Vicenza. Megietti.1622. 15 x 10,5 cm. 14 pp., 217 pages.; With woodcuts. Contemporary limp Vellum. Shop-soiled and blotchy. Inside with paper loss on cover, book end paper slightly torn, some pages with slight worming, almost continuously damp-staining. Italian Language. From the Military Library by the Lord Cottesloe. Versand D: 3,00 EUR 17. Jahrhundert; 17th Century; Falconry; Geschichte, Zeitgeschichte, Politik; History; Hunting; Italien; Jagd; Jagdkunde; Militär; Militärwissenschaft; Military; War, Italienische Sprache
Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG [Dinkelscherben, Germany]
2020-01-04 05:11:22
1622. Code du roy Henry III, roy de France et de Pologne, rédigé en ordre par messire Barnabé Brisson,..., depuis augmenté des édicts du roy Henry IIII et Loys XIII... et illustré... de très notables observations et annotations par L. Charondas. Le Caron..., Depuis reveu et augmenté par Jean Tournet,..., et en cette cinquiesme et dernière édition augmenté par Gabriel Michel de Rochemaillet Brisson , Barnabé A Paris chez Claude Collet, 1622, très fort volume au format in-folio, XII-862 ff. , 72 p. + 68 pages de table (collationné complet) Reliure de l'époque en assez bon état, intérieur en très bon état malgré une trace de mouillure en début d'ouvrage) Description en photos ici: https://photos.app.goo.gl/8Tq5CdgSRIObUeg13 Rare et en bel état.
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2020-01-01 22:30:03
SUCQUET, Antoine, S.J. (1574-1626)
Antwerp: Hendrick Aertssens, 1622. Thick 8vo (193 x 116 mm). [16], 881 (recte 883), [41] pages. Black letter, roman and italic types. Engraved title and 32 numbered engraved plates by Boetius a Bolswert, woodcut initials and tailpiece ornaments. A modest copy: dust-soiling, first few leaves creased, old library markings on title, marginal dampstain in three or four quires. Contemporary parchment over boards, edges stained red (lacking ties, worn and soiled, upper cover detached). Old library stamp on upper edge, paper shelfmark label on spine.*** Second edition in Dutch of one of the most popular 17th-century Jesuit devotional books. Translated by Gerardus Zoes, it is enlarged from the 1620 edition, which was published the same year as the first edition in Latin. Neither a collection of religious meditations nor a doctrinal treatise of spiritual life, The way of eternal life by the Jesuit Sucquet, provincial of Flanders and Belgium from 1619-1623, is "a sort of practical guide for the use of young novices of the Society of Jesus. It is as if the spiritual director affirms his role of mediator by interposing himself between the meditator and the material meditated upon. This is reflected particularly in the engravings, which are constructed as veritable `directories' of meditation" (Dekoninck, p. 305, transl.). The complex, hallucinatory, and varied engravings by the "great baroque engraver" Boëce van Bolswert literally provide "peeps into Hell and glimpses of Heaven" (Praz, p. 195). Most include an allegorical figure representing the soul, usually accompanied by his guard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2019-12-31 09:07:13
SUCQUET, Antoine, S.J. (1574-1626).
Antwerp: Hendrick Aertssens, 1622. Thick 8vo (193 x 116 mm). [16], 881 (recte 883), [41] pages. Black letter, roman and italic types. Engraved title and 32 numbered engraved plates by Boetius a Bolswert, woodcut initials and tailpiece ornaments. A modest copy: dust-soiling, first few leaves creased, old library markings on title, marginal dampstain in three or four quires. Contemporary parchment over boards, edges stained red (lacking ties, worn and soiled, upper cover detached). Old library stamp on upper edge, paper shelfmark label on spine.*** Second edition in Dutch of one of the most popular 17th-century Jesuit devotional books. Translated by Gerardus Zoes, it is enlarged from the 1620 edition, which was published the same year as the first edition in Latin. Neither a collection of religious meditations nor a doctrinal treatise of spiritual life, The way of eternal life by the Jesuit Sucquet, provincial of Flanders and Belgium from 1619-1623, is "a sort of practical guide for the use of young novices of the Society of Jesus. It is as if the spiritual director affirms his role of mediator by interposing himself between the meditator and the material meditated upon. This is reflected particularly in the engravings, which are constructed as veritable `directories' of meditation" (Dekoninck, p. 305, transl.). The complex, hallucinatory, and varied engravings by the "great baroque engraver" Boëce van Bolswert literally provide "peeps into Hell and glimpses of Heaven" (Praz, p. 195). Most include an allegorical figure representing the soul, usually accompanied by his guardia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2019-12-26 18:54:06
BURTON William.
London: Printed for John White at The Holy Lambe in Little Brittaine neare unto Aldergate Street, 1622. First edition. Folio.(28.5 x 19.5cm). With an engraved portrait and title by Delarame & folding map by Kip after Saxton close trimmed to margins, but no loss, and 109 woodcut shields on the letterpress. [10],320,[12] p. One or two (contemporary) ink marks, including one on the map. The Evelyn copy, (sold by Christie's, 23 June 1977, lot 277; bought by Maggs) with engraved bookplate of Sir. Fredk. Evelyn, Bart. Bound in late 17th C panelled calf, the spine in six panels, gilt, with label. Small 2cm split to upper hinge, and some rubbing, but a clean & fresh copy. the engraved title very slighty trimmed to the fore-edge, the joints quite sound. With MS press mark on front endpaper 'Aa.3.4', though not in John Evelyn's hand. VG. [Upcott 481; Lowndes 330; Currie & Lewis 229; Anderson 164; STC 4179; Hotten 2703] [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Colin Page Books [Storrington, United Kingdom]
2019-12-23 02:50:09
Powell, Thomas
1622. "For the Clearing of All Such Titles, And Questions" Powell, Thomas [1572?-1635?]. Direction for Search of Records Remaining in the Chancerie. Tower. Exchequer, With the Limnes thereof: Viz. The Kings Remembrancer. Lord Treasurers Remembrancer. Clarke of the Extreats. Pipe. Auditors. The First Fruits. Augmentation of the Revenue. Kings Bench. Common Pleas. Records of Courts Christian. For the Clearing of All Such Titles, And Questions, As the Same May Concerne. With the Accustomed Fees of Search: And Diverse Necessarie Observations. London: Printed by B.A. for Paul Man, 1622. [xvi], 78, [2] pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Recent imitation calf, gilt title to spine. Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light soiling and blotted-out signature to title page, early annotation to verso. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Only edition. Powell was a notable poet, a man of letters and an industrious legal antiquarian. In this work, the Attourney's Academy and the Attornies' Almanack Powell offered guidance to lawyers concerning the location and use of records, mostly to settle title claims. All are mentioned favorably by Holdsworth, who notes that the study of early records was an important aspect of legal education. In a sense, these books helped students to locate material for study. They are also important sources for students of Shakespeare. (All are listed in Lee's Catalogue of Shakespeareana). OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress, University of Mic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-18 10:37:27
R. Shmuel de Medina Drashot בן שמואל
UND DSK 1622 Mantua BEN SHMUEL 1st Edi. by R. Shmuel de Medina Drashot בן שמואל LANGUAGE: HEBREW VG CONDITION, TITLE PAGE AND A FEW PAGE MARGINS EXPERTLY REPAIRED, ATTRACTIVE LEATHER BINDING FIRST EDITION Homiletics by R. Samuel b. Moses de Medina (known by the acronym Maharashdam; 1506-1589), rabbi, halakhic authority, and communal leader of Salonika. R. Medina was descended from a distinguished family of scholars which originated from Spain. He was one of the three outstanding posekim of Salonika of the 16th century; the others being R. Joseph ibn Lev and R. Solomon b. Abraham ha-Kohen. R. Medina was dogged by misfortune throughout his life. Orphaned in his childhood, his sister and two of his sons-in-law died in his lifetime and the burden of the maintenance of his widowed daughters and their many children fell upon him. The death of his elder brother, a man of means who had educated him and supported him financially, added to these burdens. The death of his eldest son left a permanent mark on him and affected his health. He was obliged from time to time to undertake journeys, in all probability in order to improve his financial position. Until his position in Salonika was established, he devoted himself completely to study, finding in it consolation for his sorrows. R. Medina founded a yeshivah in Salonika in which he introduced the system of teaching of the great Spanish talmudic scholars from the time of R. Isaac Campanton and his successors. It had many disciples, a number of whom became famous and he himself says that some of them were worthy of heading yeshivot the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jewish Bookshop (bluebirds15) [Brooklyn, New York, US]
2019-12-15 11:08:08
O. O., ca, 1622. Artikeldetails Wundergesicht der 3 Sonnen und Regenboegen, den 25. Jan. oder 4 Feb. N. Sal. 1622 erschienen. Seltzam Chasma Nachtszeit ober Heydelberg den 5/15 Febr. [Himmelserscheinungen.] - O. O., ca. 1622. Kolorierte Radierung. Blattgr.: 22 x 30,5 cm. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 21844 Bemerkungen: Schefold 24637; Stahl 23; Drugulin 1568. - Blick vom Heiligenberg auf die Stadt, das Schloß und die nähere Umgebung mit dem Neckar im Vordergrund, darüber die Gestirne. Radierung nach Merians großem Heidelberg-Stich von 1620.EUR 580,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-12-03).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-12-13 18:34:10
Buxtorf, J.
Basileae, ex officina Ludovici Regis, 1622. Contemporary vellum binding. (20),640 pp.; 21.5x15.5 cm. Latin interspersed with Aramaic and Syriac - (stamp on title page, some spots/ foxing, bit browned, last endpaper missing) Although very good, see picture, more pictures on request 780g
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2019-12-09 19:50:10
OLINA Giovanni Pietro
Appresso Andrea Fei, In Roma, 1622. In-4 (245x175 mm.), pp. (12), 81, (12). Arma dei Dal Pozzo incisa in rame al frontespizio e 66 tavole intagliate sempre in rame a piena pagina su disegni del Villamena e del Tempesta. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titolo inciso in oro su tassello al doro. Lievi bruniture ma esemplare genuino e assai bello. Prima edizione di questo delizioso libro sulla cattura degli uccelli, arricchito da nitide illustrazioni delle varie specie in dimensioni naturali. Olina non fu l'artefice di quest'opera, che è però un buon adattamento di una precedente pubblicazione fatta dal todese Antonio Valli da Todi titolata "Il canto degli augelli" (Roma, per gli heredi di Nicolo Mutij, 1601). Appare "curioso che Olina possa avere ha emesso la sua "Uccelliera" entro venti anni dalla sua apparizione senza fare alcun riferimento all'autore originale" (Schwerdt II, p 48). Bibliografia: Ceresoli p. 384. Bacchi della Lega, 21. Piantanida, 146. Cicognara, 2072. Gamba, 2029: "è di interesse sia ornitologico che venatorio, dato che l'’Olina è considerato anche l’'inventore della tecnica di uccellagione "a ragnaja". Sono descritte molto accuratamente 45 specie di uccelli, ed i modi di prenderli e di conservarli". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2019-12-06 09:05:08
1622. Very good condition. Please look at the pictures. No returns. Rare copy of ILIAD of Homer 1622 Printed in Geneva. No returns.
Bookseller: lazgian0 [Miami, Florida, US]
2019-12-01 15:56:06
Groningen en Ommelanden - Kaerius, 1617/1622
1622. GRONINGA DOMINIUM Kopergravure uitgegeven door Petrus Kaerius (Pieter van den Keere) in 1622. Verso Franse tekst. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 37 x 48cm. We zien Groningen Stad en Ommelanden met rechtsboven een gezicht op de stad (ontleend aan een uitgave van Ludovico Gucciardini) en linksonder twee "Groningi", gekleed in de mode van die tijd. De titel wordt geflankeerd door twee putti met het wapen van de stad. Het uitgeversimpressum staat rechtsonder in de hoek "P. Kaerius ex[ecudit]". De kaart werd opgenomen in Kaerius' atlas "Germania Inferior". In totaal beleefde deze atlas slechts drie edities: twee edities in het Latijn in 1617 en een in het Frans in 1622. Na de dood van zijn vrouw in 1623, kwam Kaerius in financiële moeilijkheden en was hij verplicht zijn koperplaten te verkopen. De nieuwe eigenaar was Claes Jansz. Visscher, die de kaart voorzien zijn eigen naam opnieuw in de handel bracht. Prijs E1.450,-
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2019-11-28 06:55:26
ROMANI Pietro Martire.
Per Michel'Angelo Fei, & Rinaldo Ruuli, 1622. Prima edizione. Opera dedicata al Card. Crescenzi, Vescovo di Orvieto. Cm.18,2x12,5. Pg.221, (3). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Tassello con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Bruniture diffuse. Frontespizio in cornice decorativa, con marca tipografica con la fortuna in mare su di un pesce, ed il motto "Audentes iuvo". Cartigli e capilettera ornamentali. In fine al testo vignetta calcografica con il sole e una fiamma, in ovale, affiancato da due leoni ed il motto in festone "Aetherea Domo". Edizione originale di una delle opere più conosciute del teologo vissuto a cavallo tra XVI e XVII secolo e nativo di Bagnoregio. "Autore, oltre che di opere di spiritualità, anche di testi di poesia e di storia; nella sua "Pentalitologia" (1622) comprese una breve storia di Bagnoregio (con molte imprecisioni) che comprende anche una lode di quei vini: "I vini sono perfettissimi, sendo essi di sostanza leggiera, amabile, spiritosa e odorifera, i quali non par che cavino la sete, e trapassano tosto, e nettano le reni mirabilmente, e non danno punto alla testa. Così anco i frutti sono saporiti assai, ed i sedani sono aromatici soverchiamente, ma non d'atromazia stomachevole e nauseante, ma appetitosa e mordentina. Onde oggi, sì de' vini e moscatelli e sì de' sedani ne vanno a Roma in copia, e sono graditi con molto gusto dalla Corte Romana ...". E parlando del carattere dei bagnoresi scriveva: "Ultimamente questa gente è inclinata alle facezie, alla piacevol conversazione, siccome anco alla guerra ed alla libertà, ed è gran … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Pera [Italy]
2019-11-26 17:45:14
1622. Vends publication concurrente du Mercure François; Histoire de nostre Temps de 1620 à 1629 en six volumes reliés cuir du temps. Le tome 4 change de titre et devient le Mercure François-Allemand et il reprend son titre au tome 5: Histoire de nostre Temps. Autour de 1000 pages par volume. La publication est complète en 6 volumes comme dans ce lot rare en édition complète. Soulèvement des Protestants dans tout le sud-ouest avec le siège de nombreuses villes par les troupes de Louis XIII qui est présent: Montauban, Clairac, Nérac, St-Jean d'Angély... Tous les conflits entre Catholiques et Protestants y sont détaillés: prise de villes, exécutions, faits diver, procès et condamnation de Théophile de Viau au bûcher... Dans le premier volume de l'Histoire de la Rébellion excitée en France par les Rebelles de la Religion prétenduë Réformée, paru en 1622, on trouve ce fait divers impressionnant : « Le neuviesme d'Octobre 1621, sortit de Montauban (la ville était assiégée par les troupes du Roi) un certain espion, envoyé dans l'armée du Roy, de la part de la Marquise de la Force, pour apprendre en quel estat estait ladite armee, et quelle resolution on prenait contre les assiegez. Cet espion ayant esté pris et recogneu, fut conduict et mené à sa Majesté, qui l'ayant veu et faict interroger, sçachant le dessein pour lequel il avait esté envoyé, fut mis entre les mains du grand Prevost avec commandement de sa Majesté de luy faire et parfaire son procez, voulant qu'il fust pendu à la vuë des assiegez sans aucune forme de grâce, pour donner exemple à semblable traistres. Cet homme, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: richer1631 [Bazus Neste, FR]
2019-11-23 16:47:45
DESCARTES, René.
First Latin edition of Descartes's collected correspondence, edited by Johannes de Raey (1622-1702), professor of philosophy at Leiden University, whom Descartes himself called the best teacher of his doctrines, and translated by Jan Hendriksz. Glazemaker (1619/20-1682). Including descriptions of the experiments he presented to his students to demonstrate principles of physics. Descartes (1596-1650), who revolutionized scientific thought, lived in the Netherlands from 1628 to 1649, teaching for several years at the University of Utrecht. His collected correspondence, Each title-page of the present copy has an inscription in what appears to be a late 17th- or early 18th-century hand: "Ex libris Is newtoni", a twelve-line inscription in French on the back of the first title-page signed "Is newton" and a few short inscriptions in the same hand elsewhere in the book. While it might have been tempting to believe this was Sir Isaac Newton's book, several things argue against that. Isaac Newton is not a common name, yet there are problems with the suggestion that the inscription is simply a forgery. One would expect a forger to at least attempt to imitate Newton's signature and why would a forger write the note in French? So it is possible the book belonged to a different Isaac or Isaiah Newton. Unfortunately the reworking of the binding in the mid-19th century has removed any record of provenance that might have been on the endpapers.The revisions to the binding have slightly affected the gutter margin of the first four and last four leaves, but the book is otherwise in very good … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-23 14:09:04
LEO VI (the Wise) of Byzantium and Antonius SEVERUS of Rome (attributed).
First edition of the so-called Oracles of Leo the Wise, with a bilingual (Latin an Italian) text and 16 lovely and rather surreal engravings: an emblematic book of prophecies traditionally attributed to Leo VI (866-911/12), Emperor of Byzantium from 866 to his death and at least here also to Antonius Severus (188-217), sole Emperor of Rome from his murder of his brother in December 211 to his death (the book does not indicate which Severus is intended, but the preface notes that he reigned from 212). The Latin text was circulated, already attributed to Leo the Wise, in the 12th century, but Christians revived it in the 16th century and interpreted it as a prophecy that the Ottoman Empire would fall in 1622. These oracles remained popular in the 17th century, when they were presented as having predicted the setbacks that the Ottomans suffered in Europe in that period.Owner's inscriptions on the title-page, further with a bookplate. With a water stain in the first quire, but otherwise in very good condition, with only very minor foxing. The sewing supports have broken at the back hinge, the thong ties are lost and the vellum is slightly wrinkled, but the binding is still in good condition.BMC STC Italian, p. 622; Caillet 11042; Edit16/ICCU, CNCE 28586; Mortimer (Italian) 254..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-19 09:25:09
Economia - Garcia Gallego, Joanne:
Madrid, Correa para M. Belae, 1622. 29 : 21,5 cm. 4 hojas, 213 hojas numeradas, 17 hojas Con escudo cortado en madera en el titulo. Pergamino de época. Rara edición, ningun ejemplar en Palau y Goldsmith. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Michael Steinbach Rare Books [Wien, Austria]
2019-11-05 07:31:43
Bacon, Lord Verlulam Viscount St Alban, The Right Honourable Francis
London, Printed by W. Stansby for Matthew Lownes, and William Barret 1622. . 1st Ed? Sm. folio. A4 + 248pp. Copper plate port. frontis., intricate wood cut architectural t.p., text within border throughout, historiated initial letters and dec. headpieces. [Lacking first blank], prelims. lightly stained, lightly browned, minor worming to lower margin of leaves, rebound in modern period style calf, bind tooling to edges of boards, light scratching to boards, gilt lettering and blind motifs to spine. ESTC S1406 Signatures: [A]4 B-2I4. The first leaf is blank. The portrait is signed: Iohn Payne sculpsit. In this edition page 3 line 12 has "Souldiers"; all seven errata are uncorrected. Sheets may be mixed with STC 1160. Gibson 116a & 116b ‘... no certain means of determining their priority.' ‘... In his last appeal for James's help during the impeachment trial on 21 April Bacon had mentioned that if time permitted he would 'present your Majesty with a good history of England, and a better digest of your laws' (Works, 14.242). In June he set himself to writing [the above work] He wrote with breathtaking speed, presenting the manuscript to the king early in October. The work was dedicated to Prince Charles and published in March 1622. It should be seen in the context of humanist historiography rather than as a precursor of its modern methods. Bacon was keenly interested in the conventional topics of virtue and fortune, but was unconventional in placing a much stronger emphasis on fortune than virtue. The central lesson of The History of Henry VII was that a ruler must remain ope … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-04 17:45:18
Bacon, Lord Verlulam Viscount St. Alban, The Right Honourable Francis
London Printed by W. Stansby for Matthew Lownes and William Barret, 1622. 1st Ed? Sm. folio. A4 + 248pp. Copper plate port. frontis., intricate wood cut architectural t.p., text within border throughout, historiated initial letters and dec. headpieces. [Lacking first blank], prelims. lightly stained, lightly browned, minor worming to lower margin of leaves, rebound in modern period style calf, bind tooling to edges of boards, light scratching to boards, gilt lettering and blind motifs to spine. ESTC S1406 Signatures: [A]4 B-2I4. The first leaf is blank. The portrait is signed: Iohn Payne sculpsit. In this edition page 3 line 12 has "Souldiers"; all seven errata are uncorrected. Sheets may be mixed with STC 1160.Gibson 116a & 116b ‘. no certain means of determining their priority.’‘. In his last appeal for James's help during the impeachment trial on 21 April Bacon had mentioned that if time permitted he would 'present your Majesty with a good history of England, and a better digest of your laws' (Works, 14.242). In June he set himself to writing [the above work] He wrote with breathtaking speed, presenting the manuscript to the king early in October. The work was dedicated to Prince Charles and published in March 1622. It should be seen in the context of humanist historiography rather than as a precursor of its modern methods. Bacon was keenly interested in the conventional topics of virtue and fortune, but was unconventional in placing a much stronger emphasis on fortune than virtue. The central lesson of The History of Henry VII was that a ruler must remain open to accide … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Francis Edwards ABA ILAB [Hay on Wye, United Kingdom]
2019-10-20 12:21:04
BRUNI DA, VERONA Teofilo.
di Theofilo Bruni veronese, diuisa in quattro trattati, ne' quali s'insegna la ragione, e formatione di tutti gli horologi stabili ... (Segue:) Dell"Armonia astronomica et geometrica Parte seconda. Venezia, Giovanni e Varisco Varischi, 1622 e Vicenza, per. in-8, pp. (12), 64; 55; 54;60,(4);(16), da 9-185, (3). Bella legatura fine XVIII secolo in vitello, titolo su tassello rosso e fregi floreali in oro al dorso a nervi. Impresa incisa al frontespizio, capilettera e finalini xilografici, numerose illustrazioni e diagrammi, due tavole xilografiche più volte ripiegate f.t. Il titolo così prosegue: "Et nel trattato quarto, belle, e nuove forme de horologi portatili diurni ... Et nel fin dell'opera la duplicatione, dimidiatione, e trasmutatione del corpo cubo". Proveniente dalla celebre biblioteca dei Conti di Macclesfield, Castello di Shirburn, con ex libris della South Library. Rara edizione originale dell'opera principale del frate cappuccino Bruni (1595-1638). Il trattato è mirato ad istruire alla costruzione degli orologi solari gli artigiani esperti nel calcolo teorico, o nel metodo geometrico. Bell'esemplare (lieve traccia di umido ai primi 10 ff.).. Riccardi, I, 196..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-10-14 21:00:28
1622. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1622 Colijn Map Of America - Erste Karte Sich Show California wie eine Island Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1622 Colijn Map of America - erste Karte, die Kalifornien als Insel zeigt WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Descriptio Indiae Occidentalis per Antonium de Herrera. Beschreibung: Diese wegweisende Karte von 1622 gilt als die erste, die Kalifornien als Insel darstellt. Diese Karte ist eigentlich Teil der Titelseite der erweiterten Ausgabe von Michiel Colijn von Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas Descriptio Indiae Occidentalis. Die Karte, die unten in der Mitte erscheint, ist einfach, aber meisterhaft graviert. Es spricht sich für drei wichtige und revolutionäre Ideen aus: Kalifornien als InselEine offene Nordwestpassage Ein großer Fluss nördlich von KalifornienEine Aufschlüsselung, warum dies von Bedeutung ist, finden Sie in unserer Erläuterung weiter unten. Neben der Karte sind auf der Titelseite acht Illustrationen von aztekischen Völkern, Göttern und Architekturen zu sehen. In der Mitte befindet sich ein fein graviertes kastilisches Wappen. Links und rechts von der Karte selbst treiben indigene Völker die Meere in kleinen Kanus an.Insular California - die traditionelle SichtweiseDie Idee eines Inselkaliforniens tauchte erstmals in Ga … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
2019-10-11 07:56:38
ROMANI Pietro Martire.
Per Michel'Angelo Fei, & Rinaldo Ruuli, In Orvieto, 1622. Prima edizione. Opera dedicata al Card. Crescenzi, Vescovo di Orvieto. Cm.18,2x12,5. Pg.221, (3). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Tassello con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Bruniture diffuse. Frontespizio in cornice decorativa, con marca tipografica con la fortuna in mare su di un pesce, ed il motto "Audentes iuvo". Cartigli e capilettera ornamentali. In fine al testo vignetta calcografica con il sole e una fiamma, in ovale, affiancato da due leoni ed il motto in festone "Aetherea Domo". Edizione originale di una delle opere più conosciute del teologo vissuto a cavallo tra XVI e XVII secolo e nativo di Bagnoregio. "Autore, oltre che di opere di spiritualità, anche di testi di poesia e di storia; nella sua "Pentalitologia" (1622) comprese una breve storia di Bagnoregio (con molte imprecisioni) che comprende anche una lode di quei vini: ?I vini sono perfettissimi, sendo essi di sostanza leggiera, amabile, spiritosa e odorifera, i quali non par che cavino la sete, e trapassano tosto, e nettano le reni mirabilmente, e non danno punto alla testa. Così anco i frutti sono saporiti assai, ed i sedani sono aromatici soverchiamente, ma non d?atromazia stomachevole e nasueante, ma appetitosa e mordentina. Onde oggi, sì de? vini e moscatelli e sì de? sedani ne vanno a Roma in copia, e sono graditi con molto gusto dalla Corte Romana ?". E parlando del carattere dei bagnoresi scriveva: ?Ultimamente questa gente è inclinata alle facezie, alla piacevol conversazione, siccome anco alla guerra ed alla libertà, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2019-10-02 10:24:08
n/a
Masoret haBrit haGadol, 1622, Mantua. Author: n/a. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. Language: Hebrew [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-10-02 08:00:59
HAWKINS, Sir Richard
London: Printed by I.D. for John Jaggard, 1622. Last leaf of index lightly stained; tiny trace of worming on blank margins of a few leave at end; otherwise clean and excellent, a very attractive copy in a most handsome binding.. Small folio; a fine copy in a finely executed 17th-century style binding by Aquarius of black deerskin, heavily gilt to spine and covers. A fine, clean copy of the rare first edition: "it deserves its fame, for no other book of the time provides us with a clearer idea of the events and undertakings of a maritime expedition at the end of the sixteenth century. Sir Richard Hawkins was not only an experienced sailor, but also a man of culture and an acute observer. His book is still read today with great interest and true pleasure" (Borba de Moraes). "The book is a unique work for its period. It is not merely a narrative and a rutter, or set of sailing directions for the Pacific voyage, but is deliberately intended as a treatise on the conduct of such expeditions and a body of doctrine on seamanship... It gives a fuller picture of life at sea than is to be found in any other Elizabethan work..." (J. A. Williamson, The Observations of Sir Richard Hawkins, 1933). "With the Counsels consent, and helpe of my father, Sir John Hawkins, Knight", Hawkins begins, "I resolved a voyage to be made for the ilands of Japan, of the Phillippinas, and Molucas, the kingdomes of China, and East Indies, by the way of the Straites of Magelan, and the South Sea. The principall end of our designements, was, to make a perfect discovery of all those parts, where I shold arri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
2019-10-01 11:23:27
Hurtado Diego de Mendoza
Presso il Barezzi, Venetia, 1622. Legatura settecentesca in pergamena floscia con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Antica firma e timbro di biblioteca estinta al frontespizio. Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione ma rifilato soprattutto nelle prime carte non numerate e con tagli al margine laterale esterno di circa 10 pagine che ledono i titoletti stampati lateralmente al testo e, in qualche caso, alcune lettere del testo medesimo. L ultima carta è sciolta e con piccola piega finale. Seconda rara impressione della prima traduzione italiana. (la prima è del 1621). Palau IV, p. 78 (con collazione identica alla nostra). 8vo (cm. 14,8), 20 cc., 263 pp. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e al colophon. Capilettera e fregi xilografici.
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2019-09-23 14:13:37
HERRERA, Antonio de; LE MAIRE, Jacob et al.
Amsterdam, Michel Colin, 1622. Folio, pp. [8], 103, [7], 107-254, [2, blank]; with engraved title and 5 engraved illustrations, bound without the portrait of Le Maire and the 17 maps; engraved initials, head- and tail-pieces; light damp staining to title and first quire; very good in contemporary stiff vellum, paper label to spine, green cloth ties; a few wormholes to joints and hinges, some staining to covers.First edition in French of Herrera's description of Spanish conquests in the New World (first published in 1601 as an introduction to his famous Décadas), together with the first authorised publication of Jacques Le Maire's journal of his epic voyage of 1615-16, during which he discovered Cape Horn (pp. 107-174).Backed by his father Isaac – who had founded the Australische Compagnie in 1614 to break the monopoly of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) on trade routes to the East Indies – Jacob Le Maire (1585-1616) sailed for South America from Holland in 1615 with Willem Cornelis Schouten aboard the Eendracht. In January 2016 the expedition passed through the strait that was soon to bear Le Maire's name, and sighted, named, and rounded Cape Horn for the first time. Sailing north into the Pacific, Le Maire made several important discoveries, including the Hoorn Islands, the eastern coast of New Ireland, and the island of New Hanover. After arriving at Batavia in October 1616, Le Maire was accused of infringing the monopoly of the VOC and sent back to Holland. He died at Mauritius on the homeward journey, while Schouten's safe return in July 1617 set a new record for a ci … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2019-09-17 19:25:58
Castillo, Juan del.
Cádiz, Juan de Borja, 1622. 4to. (7), "335" [= 332], (6) ff. With a helmed, crested and mantled dedication woodcut of the Contreras coat of arms on the title-page (dexter argent paly of 3 azure, sinister an inverted tower, the whole with a bordure containing 12 X's) repeated at the end of liber I, woodcut device at the end of the text (stork standing on its left foot on a scull and holding a rock in its right foot, holding a banderole in its beak with the word "vigilate"), and a woodcut annunciation (including a banderole with "ave Maria gracia plena") above the colophon, a woodcut tailpiece (plus 5 repeats), and headpieces, tailpieces and factotums built up from arabesque and other typographic ornaments.Tree-pattern tanned sheepskin (ca. 1830), sewn on 3 recessed cords but with 4 false bands on the gold-tooled spine, with the title and author's name on a brown and a black morocco label in the 2nd and 4th of 5 compartments and the owner's initials J.S. (for José Saranderes) in the 5th, marbled endpapers (large blue shell on small brown shell, the form similar to Wolfe 125), headbands in blue and white. Rare first and only early edition, with the text in Spanish but the lists of ingredients in Latin, of by far the most extensive and most detailed early medicinal recipe book in Spanish, with recipes for about 300 medicines arranged in 9 sections for internal medicines followed by 3 sections for external medicines. Each recipe begins with a list of ingredients followed by instructions for the preparation of the medicine and information about its uses and dosage under various c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-09-12 09:18:08
LANCRE, Pierre de
Paris, Nicolas Buon, 1622. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : 52, 841, (10) pp. Reliure : Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Première édition. " C'est ici (ami lecteur) la description & éclaircissement des orgies & assemblées nocturnes des Magiciens & Sorciers." On sait que Pierre de Lancre (1553-1633), conseiller au parlement de Bordeaux, fut nommé par Henri IV commissaire extraordinaire pour réprimer la sorcellerie dans le pays de Labourd (région autour de Bayonne et de Saint-Jean-de-Luz). Après avoir fait torturer ces "sorciers", il en fit brûler vifs des dizaines. C'est son second ouvrage sur le sujet. Il veut montrer ici "comment le Diable & ses suppôts les sorciers, peuvent faire tant de maux & maléfices qui se trouvent au Sortilège." Il traite de la fascination, "comment une sorcière jetant son regard sur plusieurs petits enfants, n'en fascinera par aventure, ou n'en maléficiera que celui qui était en apparence le plus sain." - de l'attouchement, "comment il est possible, frappant un petit coup, qu'à peine une mouche en pourrait être effarouchée et néanmoins le membre touché se trouve maléficié & casé, en telle façon qu'il est non seulement inutile, mais bien souvent tout le corps en demeure perclus pour jamais." - du scopélisme, "qui est un charme ou sortilège pratiqué en Arabie" - de la divination - de liaison ou ligature magique et "principalement celle qui trouble les mariages", des apparitions - "on y trouvera les les imitations & singeries du Diable"-, des Juifs, apostats & athées -"savoir si parmi les Portugais réfugiés e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-09-11 15:55:34
LANCRE, Pierre de
Paris, Nicolas Buon, 1622. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : 52, 841, (10) pp. Reliure : Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Première édition. " C'est ici (ami lecteur) la description & éclaircissement des orgies & assemblées nocturnes des Magiciens & Sorciers." On sait que Pierre de Lancre (1553-1633), conseiller au parlement de Bordeaux, fut nommé par Henri IV commissaire extraordinaire pour réprimer la sorcellerie dans le pays de Labourd (région autour de Bayonne et de Saint-Jean-de-Luz). Après avoir fait torturer ces "sorciers", il en fit brûler vifs des dizaines. C'est son second ouvrage sur le sujet. Il veut montrer ici "comment le Diable & ses suppôts les sorciers, peuvent faire tant de maux & maléfices qui se trouvent au Sortilège." Il traite de la fascination, "comment une sorcière jetant son regard sur plusieurs petits enfants, n'en fascinera par aventure, ou n'en maléficiera que celui qui était en apparence le plus sain." - de l'attouchement, "comment il est possible, frappant un petit coup, qu'à peine une mouche en pourrait être effarouchée et néanmoins le membre touché se trouve maléficié & casé, en telle façon qu'il est non seulement inutile, mais bien souvent tout le corps en demeure perclus pour jamais." - du scopélisme, "qui est un charme ou sortilège pratiqué en Arabie" - de la divination - de liaison ou ligature magique et "principalement celle qui trouble les mariages", des apparitions - "on y trouvera les les imitations & singeries du Diable"-, des Juifs, apostats & athées -"savoir si parmi les Portugais réfugiés e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-09-10 16:56:50
1622. Very good condition. Please look at the pictures. No returns. Rare copy of ILIAD of Homer 1622 Printed in Geneva. No returns.
Bookseller: lazgian0 [Miami, Florida, US]
2019-09-09 13:23:13
1622. Code du roy Henry III, roy de France et de Pologne, rédigé en ordre par messire Barnabé Brisson,..., depuis augmenté des édicts du roy Henry IIII et Loys XIII... et illustré... de très notables observations et annotations par L. Charondas. Le Caron..., Depuis reveu et augmenté par Jean Tournet,..., et en cette cinquiesme et dernière édition augmenté par Gabriel Michel de Rochemaillet Brisson , Barnabé A Paris chez Claude Collet, 1622, très fort volume au format in-folio, XII-862 ff. , 72 p. + 68 pages de table (collationné complet) Reliure de l'époque en assez bon état, intérieur en très bon état malgré une trace de mouillure en début d'ouvrage) Description en photos ici: https://photos.app.goo.gl/8Tq5CdgSRIObUeg13 Rare et en bel état.
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2019-08-27 00:11:37
Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de; P. Ordonez de Ceballos; and Jacques Le Maire
Amsterdam: Michiel Colijn, 1622. Three titles,separately paginated but issued together. Printed title-leaf, engraved title- leaf, [4],111pp. plus fourteen double-sheet engraved maps; second title-leaf, 3-29pp.; blank leaf, third title-leaf, engraved portrait of Le Maire on verso, seven dedication and preface leaves, 72pp., numbered leaves 73-85, plus three engraved maps (two double-sheet, one folding), and including five engraved illustrations in the text. Folio. Contemporary vellum. Minor repairs to spine ends, short split to rear joint, some soiling. Lacks free endpapers. Early ink notations on front pastedown, first few leaves mounted on stubs, fore-edge of first title-leaf strengthened. Internally clean. Very good. Three highly important accounts of New World and Pacific explorations, bound together as issued. Most significant is the first publication of the full journal of Jacques Le Maire's circumnavigation, the first voyage to successfully round Cape Horn. Antonio de Herrera's account is derived from the Spanish original, first published in Madrid in 1601. It was next published in Latin, French, and Dutch editions, all issued in Amsterdam in 1622, using the same engravings (there are some variations in the compositions of the various editions). All editions are now rare. This Dutch-language edition of Herrera was issued with the two additional works: that of Ceballos on the West Indies, and Le Maire's highly-important account of his voyage to Australia. The portrait of Le Maire on the verso of the third titlepage, present here in a fine impression, is often abs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-26 17:19:53
Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de; P. Ordonez de Ceballos; and Jacques Le Maire
Amsterdam: Michiel Colijn, 1622. Three titles,separately paginated but issued together. Printed title-leaf, engraved title- leaf, [4],111pp. plus fourteen double-sheet engraved maps; second title-leaf, 3-29pp.; blank leaf, third title-leaf, engraved portrait of Le Maire on verso, seven dedication and preface leaves, 72pp., numbered leaves 73-85, plus three engraved maps (two double-sheet, one folding), and including five engraved illustrations in the text. Folio. Contemporary vellum. Minor repairs to spine ends, short split to rear joint, some soiling. Lacks free endpapers. Early ink notations on front pastedown, first few leaves mounted on stubs, fore-edge of first title-leaf strengthened. Internally clean. Very good. Three highly important accounts of New World and Pacific explorations, bound together as issued. Most significant is the first publication of the full journal of Jacques Le Maire's circumnavigation, the first voyage to successfully round Cape Horn. Antonio de Herrera's account is derived from the Spanish original, first published in Madrid in 1601. It was next published in Latin, French, and Dutch editions, all issued in Amsterdam in 1622, using the same engravings (there are some variations in the compositions of the various editions). All editions are now rare. This Dutch-language edition of Herrera was issued with the two additional works: that of Ceballos on the West Indies, and Le Maire's highly-important account of his voyage to Australia. The portrait of Le Maire on the verso of the third titlepage, present here in a fine impression, is often abs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2019-08-21 00:45:19
Powell, Thomas
1622. "For the Clearing of All Such Titles, And Questions" Powell, Thomas [1572?-1635?]. Direction for Search of Records Remaining in the Chancerie. Tower. Exchequer, With the Limnes thereof: Viz. The Kings Remembrancer. Lord Treasurers Remembrancer. Clarke of the Extreats. Pipe. Auditors. The First Fruits. Augmentation of the Revenue. Kings Bench. Common Pleas. Records of Courts Christian. For the Clearing of All Such Titles, And Questions, As the Same May Concerne. With the Accustomed Fees of Search: And Diverse Necessarie Observations. London: Printed by B.A. for Paul Man, 1622. [xvi], 78, [2] pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Recent imitation calf, gilt title to spine. Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light soiling and blotted-out signature to title page, early annotation to verso. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Only edition. Powell was a notable poet, a man of letters and an industrious legal antiquarian. In this work, the Attourney's Academy and the Attornies' Almanack Powell offered guidance to lawyers concerning the location and use of records, mostly to settle title claims. All are mentioned favorably by Holdsworth, who notes that the study of early records was an important aspect of legal education. In a sense, these books helped students to locate material for study. They are also important sources for students of Shakespeare. (All are listed in Lee's Catalogue of Shakespeareana). OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress, University of Mic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-08-16 23:11:23
Petrus Sylvius
Rotterdam, Matthijs Bastiaensz. 1622, Eerste druk. (ISBN: -) Perkament. 275 pag - vol perkamenten band. Goede staat.
Bookseller: Von Meyenfeldt, Slaats & Sons [Breda, Netherlands]
2019-08-07 00:24:44
Bacon, Francis.
1622. 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, tex=-0 t within ruled borders. Contemporary calf, sides with borders double-ruled in blind, rebacked. Title with early inscription "Rebecca Lytton my wife's book." She was married to Sir Rowland Lytton MP. § First edition of what is usually called the earliest English historical monograph. "Henry the Seventh was almost entirely composed in the aftermath of Bacon's 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 Henry's character as sketched by Bacon are less than attractive. He is described, for example, as the 'Salomon of England'--a reference to the heavy burden of taxation he imposed on his people. Whatever Bacon's 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 monarch" (Finch). Gibson distinguishes two "editions" of 1622, noting that one is a line-for-line reprint of the other, but adds that "several copies, particularly those in which the errata are wholly uncorrected, are made up from quires of both early and late edns. of the b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2019-07-29 00:22:53
BOTVIDI, Johanne
Stockholm: Reusner, 1622. Extraordinary work published in 1622 that accurately predicts the devastating outbreak of plague in Stockholm the following year. The author, Johanne Botvidi, bases his prediction, in the form of a sermon, on oblique interpretations of the First and Ninety-First Psalms, as well as not-so-oblique interpretations of plague outbreaks in the rest of Europe in the preceding decades. Kknown in only a single institutional copy (an unspecified Danish library in OCLC), and not even recorded in Botvidi's official bibliography. Quarto, 185 x 122 x 4 mm. ):(2, A-F4 G2; [2], 26 ff. Modern paste-paper boards. Interior: Leaves toned, staining passim, tail fore-corners rounded, tail margin cut close, touching a few signatures, small hole in G1, affecting a few letters. Gillingstam, Hans. Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, Stockholm: Riksarkivets, 2009.
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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