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        The Abridgment of Camden's Britania with the Maps of the seuerall shires of England and Wales.

      London: John Bill, 1626 VG, 1626, 50 pls. In 20th century calf, gilt edge tooling, red morocco gilt label to upper board. Internally, decorative title page with early 19th century manuscript marginalia, dedication to the King, 'To the reader', 'A Delineation of the Universall Notions of Geographie', a secondary half title, a table of the Spanish Armada, 'Especiall Notes', list of religious houses and index of the counties all present, general map of England & Wales and 50 pls (of 51) un-coloured engraved maps, lacking Lincolnshire, small ink library stamp (Selbourne Library) to verso of title and below the map of Flintshire, a few text headlines shaved, slight text showthrough, slight staining, small oblong 4to, 18.6*13.5 cms. Rare. It is believed that only two hundred copies of this atlas were ever published. Signatures: Eng TP, a1-c4, [20 leaves], F-N4, lacks G2 the Lincolnshire map. The first set of county maps with latitude & longitude markings. (ESTC S107395. Chubb XLI. Worms/Baynton-Williams - British Map Engravers p80. Watson: Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature V3, P2213. Buchanan: Political Thought in Early Modern Britain P152). Camden, historian and herald whose Britannia made its début on 2 May 1586, on his thirty-fifth birthday; the squat octavo volume was dedicated to Lord Burghley. Of Camden's published work the Britannia has had the greatest and most lasting impact. It received immediate recognition when it appeared, and its successive, enlarged editions of 1587, 1590, 1594, 1600 (dedicated to Queen Elizabeth) and 1607 (dedicated to King James) and its English translation of 1610 by Philemon Holland attest to its popularity. A contemporary translation by Richard Knolles, once in Camden's possession, survives in manuscript in the Bodleian Library as MS Ashmole 849. It was also published in Frankfurt in 1590 and 1610. Throughout the decades after its first appearance Camden continued to revise the text and experiment with the work's format and apparatus, and he worked closely with Holland on the 1610 translation. In spite of the author's collaboration, however, the translation is often inaccurate and takes liberties with the material, and for this reason is regarded as inferior to Edmund Gibson's translation of 1695. By 1607, the year of its last Latin edition in Camden's lifetime, published in folio and containing an index, maps by Saxton and Norden, and engravings of coins, monuments, and topographical sites, it had evolved into an impressive and editorially sophisticated work of scholarship. It continued to be edited and translated during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the major editions being those of Gibson in 1695 and 1722, and Richard Gough in 1786 and 1806. See ODNB.

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        TRAICTÉ DU TABAC, ou nicotiane, panacée, petun: autrement herbe à la reyne, avec sa préparation et son usage, pour la plus part des indispositions du corps humain, ensemble les diverses façons de le falsifier, et les marques pour le recognoistre.

      1626Lyon, Barthelemy Vincent, 1626. Petit in-8 (115 X 179) vélin souple à coutures apparentes, titre calligraphié au dos à l'encre noire (reliure de l'époque); (4) ff. dont titre, 342 pages, (1) f., (7) planches dépliantes [et] 313 pages, (1) page et (2) ff.. Petites restaurations à la reliure et à la page de titre. PREMIÈRE ÉDITION FRANÇAISE. Elle est illustrée de 9 FIGURES sur cuivre dont sept hors-texte dépliants et deux à pleine page. Une édition hollandaise en latin a paru à Leyde en 1622 et 1626. Ouvrage bien complet de l'importante partie intitulée "Discours sur la Thériaque et ingrediens d'icelle" par L. Catalan. «This medical-surgical-pharmaceutical description of tobbaco by a famous Dutch physician was a popular compendium of information relating to the "scientific" methods of preparing and using tobacco "for all the ailments of the human body." It contains nine engravings of the plant and its cultivation, pipes, etc. Among these are two, the earliest published, of the Persian water-pipe, the Kalian.» (Jérôme E. Brooks, "The Collection of George Arents Jr", n°84 et n°89abc). AGRÉABLE EXEMPLAIRE en vélin d'époque. PLEASANT COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        ANTROPOGRAPHIA ET OSTEOLOGIA, omnia recognita, triplo auctiora et emendatiora ex prpriis,ac noui cogitationabus. cum diloici indice,vno capitum et praecipuorum artoculorum altero rerum et verborum infigniorum copiofilfsimo;PARISIS Ex officina DIONYSII MOREAU 1626

      in 4 plein vélin, frontispice, 2 gravures, 8, (68), 938p, (64) erreur de pagination pages 587(2) , 8 pages non paginéesmouillures, trous de vers pages 209 à 287, 340 à 350reliure en partie déboitée, velin gondolé

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        Tabacologia : Hoc est Tabaci, seu Nicotianae Descriptio Medico-Chirurgico-Pharmaceutica.

      Lugduni Batavorum Isaac Elzevier 1626 1 In-4 Vélin rigideIn-4 de : 1 frontispice, 1 portrait de lauteur, (18) ff., 256 pp., (4), 9 planches à pleine pages dans le texte. Petit manque dans la marge blanche de la p. 207. Ex libris manuscrit à lencre sur la contregarde. Relié en plein vélin rigide à recouvrement de lépoque, dos lisse avec titre manuscrit. Reliure de lépoque.SECONDE EDITION, LA PLUS COMPLETE, DE LUN DES PLUS IMPORTANTS OUVRAGES RELATIFS AU TABAC. LA TABACOLOGIA DE NEANDER FIGURE PARMI LES PLUS IMPORTANTS OUVRAGES RELATIFS AU TABAC; la présente édition est la plus achevée, c'est elle qui figurait dans la célèbre collection des Candolle.LE PRESENT OUVRAGE EST ORNE D'UN BEAU TITRE GRAVE, D'UN PORTRAIT DE L'AUTEUR ET DE 9 BELLES GRAVURES SUR CUIVRE A PLEINE PAGE montrant des plants de tabac, des scènes de récolte... Le frontispice gravé et le portrait de Neander sont ici en premier tirage.CES GRAVURES SONT DU PLUS HAUT INTERET CAR CE SONT LES PREMIERES REPRESENTATIONS CONNUES DAMERINDIENS CULTIVANT ET FUMANT DU TABAC.TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE DE CE TRAITE DE TABACOLOGIE ILLUSTRE DE GRAVURES DU PLUS HAUT INTERET, CONSERVE DANS SA RELIURE EN VELIN DE LEPOQUE A RECOUVREMENT.*** SECOND EDITION, THE MOST COMPLETE, OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS RELATED TO TOBACCO.THE Tabacologia OF NEANDER IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS RELATED TO TOBBACO; the present edition is the most accomplished, it is this one that figured in the famous Candolle collection.THE PRESENT WORK IS ILLUSTRATED WITH A FINE ENGRAVED TITLE, A PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR AND 9 BEAUTIFUL FULL-PAGE COPPERPLATES showing tobacco plantations, harvesting scenes The engraved frontispiece and Neanders portrait are here in first state.THESE ENGRAVINGS ARE OF THE UTMOST INTEREST SINCE THEY ARE THE FIRST KNOWN REPRESENTATIONS OF AMERINDIANS GROWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO.A VERY BEAUTIFUL COPY OF THIS TREATISE ON TABACOLOGY ILLUSTRATED WITH HIGHLY INTERESTING ENGRAVINGS, PRESERVED IN ITS CONTEMPORARY OVERLAPPING VELLUM BINDING. *** Très bon

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        Relation exacte et sincere du sujet qui a exité le funeste tumulte de la ville de Thorn, avec une copie de la cruelle sentence prononcée contre les protestans de ladite ville et le récit de l'exécution barbare de cette sentence et de tout ce qui s'en est ensuivi jusqu'à ce jour [...] [Ensemble] Thorn affligée ou relation [...]

      S.n. ; Chez Pierre Humbert, 1626. - S.n. ; Chez Pierre Humbert, Amsterdam ; A Amsterdam S.d. , 1626, Pet. in-8 (9,5x15,8cm)), 55pp. ; (12) 325pp. (10), relié. - Prima edizione del primo libro di Bion, e la prima traduzione francese del libro (di M. de Bausobre) Jablonski città tedesca di Thorn (1725); quest'ultimo è illustrato con 3 punti pieghevoli grandi incise da Pool, con le prestazioni del Presidente e degli altri personaggi (frontespizio in rosso e nero). Fine del libro, catalogo dei libri di Pierre Humbert. Vitello bionda periodo completo lucido. Torna lavorato in rilievo. Parte del titolo marocco fulvo. una fessura in un nervo. Avviso su un libraio incollata sulla piastra superiore. Buon esemplare. Thorn era una città libera di Prussia, ad una processionale partito cattolico, è accaduto che i membri di un collegio gesuita luterani mollestèrent che non è inginocchiarsi durante il passaggio della processione; uno studente gesuita è stato arrestato e un secondo. Gli studenti poi fatti potenza di rumore per che libera gli studenti e le loro continue violenze contro i protestanti che hanno incontrato. Insoddisfatto con il caso, i gesuiti effettuata la sentenza in luoghi alti, appello al re, e questo è il Gran Cancelliere della Corona che portava il suo giudizio: il presidente e il vice presidente della città di Thorn furono giustiziati e di altri. Questi eventi oscuri hanno dato luogo a queste due opere protestare contro gesuitismo e la Chiesa cattolica romana e deploravano, come numero tedesca, la persecuzione dei protestanti. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale du premier ouvrage de Bion, et première traduction française du livre (par M. de Bausobre) allemand de Jablonski sur la ville de Thorn (1725) ; ce dernier est illustré de 3 grandes planches dépliantes gravées par Pool, avec l'exécution du président et autres personnages (page de titre en rouge et noir). En fin d'ouvrage, catalogue des livres chez Pierre Humbert. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin fauve. une fente sous un nerf. Notice sur un libraire contrecollé sur le plat supérieur. Bon exemplaire. Thorn était une ville de Prusse libre, lors d'une fête processionnelle catholique, il arriva que des membres d'un collège jésuite mollestèrent des luthériens qui ne s'agenouillaient pas lors du passage du cortège ; un étudiant jésuite fut arrêté puis un second. Les étudiant firent alors force tapage pour qu'on libère les deux étudiants et continuèrent leurs violences sur des protestants qu'ils rencontraient. Mécontent de l'affaire, les jésuites portèrent le jugement en haut lieu, en appelèrent au roi, et c'est le grand chancellier de la couronne qui porta son jugement : le président et le vice-président de la ville de Thorn furent éxécutés ainsi que d'autres personnes. Ces sombres événements donnèrent lieu à ces deux ouvrages de protestation contre le jésuitisme et l'église catholique romaine et déplorèrent, comme nombre d'allemands, la persécution des protestants.

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        Istoria o brevissima relatione della distruttione dell'Indie Occidentali.

      Venise Marco Ginammi 1626 1 In-4 Demi- vélin souplePetit in-4 de (1) f.bl., (8) ff., 154 pp., (1) f., (1) f.bl. Une très légère mouillure en marge des 4 premiers ff. Relié en demi-vélin souple de l'époque, plats de cartonnage, non rogné. Annotations manuscrites sur le plat inférieur et sur le premier feuillet blanc. Reliure de l'époque.EDITION ORIGINALE ITALIENNE DE CE PLAIDOYER VIRULENT DE BARTOLOMEO DE LAS CASAS QUI DENONCE LES EFFETS NEFASTES DE LA COLONISATION DE L'AMERIQUE PAR LES ESPAGNOLS.« This is the first edition of the first Italian translation of Las Casas' first and most celebrated tract, and has the original Spanish in parallel columns with the Italian.This is one of the most gruesome books ever written, and one of the boldest works that ever issued from the press. It gives a short account of the cruelties of the Spaniards in each of the colonies, including Jamaica, Trinidad, Florida, Rio de la Plata and Peru. » Dans cet ouvrage, Las Casas dénonce de manière virulente l'iniquité des conversions par la force et le traitement infligé par l'occupant espagnol aux Indiens d'Amérique.Exemplaire très pur conservé non rogné, à toutes marges, dans son demi-vélin souple de l'époque.Graesse, p. 60-61 ; Sabin 11242. ; Chadenat 894 ; Palau 46955 ; Field 885 (qui ne cite que l'édition de 1643) ; Leclerc 331 (pour l'édition de 1630). Brunet ne cite que l'édition de 1630. Très bon ***FIRST ITALIAN EDITION OF THIS VIRULENT FLEA BY BARTOLOMEO DE LAS CASAS WHICH DENOUNCES THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF COLONIZATION OF AMERICA BY THE SPANISH. A very pure wide-margined copy with untrimmed edges preserved in its contemporary half limp vellum. ***

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        Les tables de directions et profections de Jean de Mont-Royal

      Paris, par Fleury Bourriquant pour Henrion en l'Isle du Palais à l'Image Saint Michel, 1626. deux parties en 1 volume in-8 de (18), 120 pages, puis 248 pages plein vélin de l'époque, dos lisse portant un titre manuscrit de l'époque à l'encre 1626, 1626, , deux parties en 1 volume in-8 de (18), 120 pages, puis 248 pages, plein vélin de l'époque, dos lisse portant un titre manuscrit de l'époque à l'encre, Première édition française des Tables de Regiomontanus donnée par Henrion, augmentée par lui-même de nouvelles tables. Les 31 problèmes de Regiomontanus sont très longuement commentés par l'éditeur français, et celui-ci introduit son ouvrage par une longue préface adressée aux "lecteurs" dans laquelle il explicite la lecture et l'utilisation de ses tables hétérogène et homogène, ainsi que la manière de l'utiliser pour rendre compte des triangles rectangles. Sur la première page de titre, une composition de collage réalisée au XVIIe ou XVIIIe siècle rehaussée à la main. Superbe exemplaire de cette oeuvre rare, dans condition d'origine, portant l'ex-libris de Paul Helbronner

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        De vitis pontificum romanorum a D. N. Iesu Christo usque ad Paulum II venetum papam, longe quam antea Onuphrii Panvinii accessione nunc illustrior reddita...

      Cholin, 1626. In 4° (mm. 240x180); pagg. (20), 537, (25), 80. Moltissimi ritratti silografici, uno per pontefice. Piena pergamena coeva con unghie, con filetti impressi a secco ai piatti e al dorso, titolo manoscritto al dorso.Edizione seicentesca di questa celebre opera di Bartolomeo Sacchi detto il Platina (1421-1481), stampata originariamente a Venezia nel 1479. La presente edizione deriva da quella di Colonia del 1574, col testo aumentato e con la cronaca del Panvino. "Les vies des papes de Platine sont ecrites avec elegance, et elles renferment certaines particularites assez remarquables" (Graesse). L'opera originale del Platina fu aumentata da Onofrio Panvinio fino ad includere la vita di Pio V e da Antonio Cicarella per le vite dei pontefici fino a Urbano VIII, regnante ai tempi della stampa.Fascinoso esemplare con nota di possesso al frontespizio. Foro di tarlo marginale all'angolo delle ultime 16 carte. Alcuni arrossamenti e tracce di umidità. Leggere macchie alla legatura. Brunet IV, 692.

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        Il Picariglio castigliano, cioè la vita di Lazariglio di Tormes... composta, & hora accresciuta dallo stesso Lazariglio, & trasportata dalla spagnuola nell'italiana favella da Barezzo Barezzi... ornata di due copiosissime tavole...

      presso il Barezzi, 1626. Cm. 16, pp. (8) 263 (39). Fregio xilografico al frontespizio, testate e capolettera xilografici. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Un ex libris a timbro privato. Qualche leggera brunitura, peraltro esmplare genuino, completo e ben conservato. Si tratta verosimilmente della seconda edizione italiana (la prima apparve nel 1622) del capolavoro letterario iberico.

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        Dresden anno 1608, Albizzi, Duces Saxoniae

      Albizzi Antonio, 1547-1626 - Dresden anno 1608, Albizzi, Duces Saxoniae "Duces Saxoniae Electores [.]" kolorierter Kupferstich - Stammbaum des Herrscherhauses in Sachsen, mit einer Ansicht von Dresden, zwei Portraits und Wappen, sowie mit Text auf der Rückseite, von Antonio Albizzi, (1608) Blattgröße: ca. 59 x 44 cm Ansicht: ca. 53 x 38 cm - kleine Randläsuren, Eckabriss, etwas fleckig und leicht gebräunt, unterlegte Mittelfalz - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il qual tratta la destruttione de Troia. Per amor di Helena Greca, laqual fu tolta da Paris Troiano al Re Menelao. E come per tal destruttione fu edificata Roma, Padova, e Verona, e molte altre Cittade in Italia..Con molte altre diverse Historie da molti Auttori descritte. Venezia, appresso Giovanni Antonio Troiano, 1626

      Giuliani, Giovanni Antonio, 1626. in - 16, pp. 110 n.n., leg. in carta. Bella vignetta al tit. con scena di battaglia, 20 piccoli legni inseriti come testatine n.t. Edizione seicentesca del curioso poema in venti canti in ottava rima riguardante la distruzione di Troia e la successiva edificazione di città in Italia da parte di Enea e della sua stirpe. L'opera, di autore ignoto, è tradizionalmente attribuita al fiorentino Jacopo di Carlo, editore della prima edizione risalente al 1491. Brunet tuttavia ritiene più probabile che il nome dell'autore si debba ricercare nell'acrostico inserito nelle ultime tre stanze del poema ''Angilus Johannes Franci ad Andream F.''. Il piccolissimo carattere tondo del testo, nonché la grossolana impressione di alcuni dei legni piccoli rendono, loro malgrado, fascinoso questo rarissimo libretto. Note di possesso lavate al titolo, un foglio mal stampato per falla della carta.

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        Varia fortuna del soldado Pindaro.

      Lisbon, Por Geraldo de la Viña [i.e. Geraldo da Vinha], 626 [i.e. 1626]. - 4°, contemporary limp vellum (worn; 3 of 4 thong ties defective), vertical manuscript short title on spine. Large woodcut vignette on title page. Woodcut and factotum initials. Small typographical vignette at bottom of fourth unnumbered preliminary leaf. Typographical headpiece on leaf 1 recto, Large typographical vignette on verso of final leaf. Dampstains throughout, mostly light, but somewhat darker in a few leaves. Occasional minor soiling. Final quire coming loose. Small irregular piece of about 1 cm. square gone from lower blank margin of title page. Paper flaw or small tear of ca. 6 cm. at bottom blank margin of leaf F2, not affecting text. Despite all these faults, still in good, honest, unsophisticated condition, much better than either of the two copies in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Occasional old [contemporary?] ink underlining and notes. Mid-nineteenth-century blue and white paper label pasted on near head of spine with number "747" [a shelf location?] stamped at center. [4], 188 ll. a4, A-Z8, 2A4. Leaf I6 wrongly signed I4. Leaf 25 wrongly numbered 52; 65 wrongly numbered 56; 86 wrongly numbered 73; 87 wrongly numbered 78; 98 wrongly numbered 89; 101 wrongly numbered 103. *** FIRST EDITION of a significant Spanish Golden Age novel. It was published at least four times in the seventeenth century, once in the eighteenth and several times in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The second edition, Lisbon: Vicente Alvarez, 1640, is even rarer than the first. None of the early editions are common.The book is dedicated to Don Manuel Perez de Guzman el Bueno, Duque de Medina Sidonia, etc. The second leaf, with licenses, is in Portuguese. The rest of the book is entirely in Spanish. Gonzalo de Céspedes y Meneses (1585? -1638), a native of Madrid, was a Spanish novelist, poet, historian, and polemicist. Nothing is known for certain of him before the publication of his celebrated romance, the Poema trágico del español Gerardo, y desengaño del amor lascivo (1615-1617), translated into English by Leonard Digges in 1622 as Gerardo the Unfortunate Spaniard. There is evidence that he had been sentenced to eight years in the galleys previous to January 1, 1620, and that the penalty had been commuted, but the nature of his offense is not stated. His treatment of political questions in the Historia apologética en los sucesos del reyno de Aragon, y su ciudad de Zaragoza, años de 91 y 92 (1622), having led to the confiscation of the book, Céspedes took up his residence at Zaragoza and Lisbon. While in exile he issued a collection of six short stories entitled Historias peregrinas y exemplares (1623), the present unfinished romance Varia fortuna del soldado Píndaro (1626), and the first part of his Historia de Felipe IV. (1631), a fulsome eulogy which was rewarded by the author's appointment as official historiographer to the Spanish king. His novels, though written in a ponderous, affected style, display considerable imagination and insight into character. According to Ward, "His achievement was to blend courtly and picaresque elements into a genre which reacted against the more sordid situations then popular in fiction. His best works are the semi-autobiographical . Poema tràgico del español Gerardo . and Varia fortuna del soldado Pindaro ." The Poema trágico was used by John Fletcher in The Spanish Curate and in The Maid of the Mill.Céspedes y Meneses?s unfinished romance Varia fortuna del soldado Pindaro shows the influence of Cervantes. It is a novella picaresca, with Byzantine episodes that are often difficult to believe. It is a classic ?soldadesca,? a genre dedicated to the life of soldiers. The novella is supposedly unfinished, and appropriately ends with (?) at the end of l. 188 recto. This is the same way that Céspedes y Meneses ends chapter XIX, l. 74 recto, which suggests an added element of suspense with the use of this punctuation mark at the end of a chapter. Chapter XXIII also ends in the same fashion, wi [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Moses unveiled] Moses vnuailed: or, Those figures which serued vnto the patterne and shaddow of heauenly things, pointing out the Messiah Christ Iesus, briefly explained : Wherevnto is added the harmonie of all the prophets, breathing with one mouth, the mystery of his comming, and of that redemption which by his death he was to accomplish

      London : Printed by G.M. for Robert Allott 1626 - Fine binding. 2 volumes in 1. [16], 183pp; [17], 56 pp. Rebound in rich, dark brown leather. Gilt spine and rule to boards. Contemporary name of Draper to head of title page. Scattered foxing, dampstain to inset of pages 129-145. Guild's most famous work, Moses Unveiled, described figures and scriptures in the Old Testament allusive to the Messiah. His later work, "Harmony of the Prophets" would evince his previous efforts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Teutschen Scharpfsinnige Kluge Sprüch. Teutscher Nation Klug-außgesprochene Weißheit . von Griechen Apophthegmata genant. Sampt einem Anhang Weiser Spruchreden der uhralten Teutschen, und deren zugewanten Völcker 20 Bl., 452 S., 1 Bl. Druckfehler und verso Kolophon und Druckermarke. Mit gestoch. Titel. Pergamentbd d. Z. (etwas fleckig) mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Straßburg, Josiae Rihels Sel. Erben, 1626. - Höchst seltene erste Ausgabe der für die deutsche Kultur- und Literaturgeschichte so außerordentlich wertvollen und interessanten Sammlung, mit der Zincgref Berühmtheit erlangte. "Zincgref himself speaks of his most important sources. He had been collecting aphorisms in Heidelberg, and Moscherosch, still young and unknown, seems to have helped him in this task. Aphorisms of friends like Janus Gruterus, the two Lingelsheims, Johann Leonhard Weidner, and others were included" (Faber du Faur). Auch von Taubmann und Opitz finden sich Beiträge. Die Absicht der Sammlung war auch, im Einklang mit der Erneuerungsbewegung um Opitz, die Ausdrucksfähigkeit und prägnante Kürze der deutschen Sprache zu beweisen. "In die Bemühungen um die Anerkennung des Deutschen als Literatursprache gehört Z.s Apophtegmensammlung . Bei der Zusammenstellung gedanklich u. sprachlich prägnanter Aussprüche war wiederum ein größerer Kreis von Beiträgern beteiligt (u. a. Besoldus, Christoph Koeler, Andreae, Moscherosch)" (Killy). – Leicht gebräunt. Gutes und breitrandiges Exemplar. Drucktitel mit kl. hübschem Wappenstempel. Seit 1926 kann ich nur drei weitere vollständige Exemplare im Handel nachweisen. – VD17 23:250720D; Dünnhaupt 1.1; Goed. III 26, 5a; Faber du Faur 193. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L'estat et comportement des armes. Livre autant util, que necessaire à tous gentils - hommes, heraux, & officiers d'armes

      de l'imprimerie de Jean Mommart, 1626. - de l'imprimerie de Jean Mommart., A Bruxelles 1626, in - 4 (15,5x19,5cm), (8) 187pp. (5)., relié. - Seconda edizione dopo l'originale dal 1597, a Bruxelles, in Folio. Illustrato con 114 blasonate su legno, alberi genealogici. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Miniatura della stampante sul frontespizio. Iniziali. La Francia ha l'edizione BN 1630 a Parigi. Nessuna copia nei cataloghi francesi. E 'l'edizione 1597 e 1630 alla British Library. Una copia dell'edizione 1629 a Manchester. Velina Full time rigida. Smooth indietro con la penna titolo (in grigio). Un vecchio bagnando il fondo della piastra superiore. Il libro è uno dei migliori libri di araldica, e discute la formazione di creste e stemmi che significa che contiene un metodo per compilare genealogie e prole, e ha stabilito la trasmissione delle armi. Il libro è anche un manuale di armi giuste. Armi di Jean Scohier sono azzurro, tre cervi alati snello sabbia. Ex libris incisi XIX armi acquartierati Duca di Guillaboz. Una nota scritta a mano sulla homepage: biblioteconomia. Fontette. No. 39986. Descrizione delle tre edizioni 1597, 1629 e 1630. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition après l'originale de 1597, Bruxelles, in Folio. Illustrée de 114 blasons sur bois, d'arbres généalogiques. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Vignette de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre. Lettrines. La BN de France possède l'édition de 1630 à Paris. Aucun exemplaire dans les catalogues français. On trouve l'édition de 1597 et celle de 1630 à la British Library. Un exemplaire de l'édition de 1629 à Manchester. Reliure en plein vélin rigide d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume (estompé). Une mouillure ancienne au bas du plat supérieur. L'ouvrage est un des meilleurs livres d'héraldique, et traite de la constitution des blasons et de la signification des armoiries, il contient une méthode pour dresser les généalogies et les descendances, et établi la transmission des armes. L'ouvrage est également un manuel de droit des armes. Les armes de Jean Scohier sont d'azur, à trois cerfs ailés élancés de sable. Ex libris gravé du XIXe aux armes écartelé du duc de Guillaboz. Une note manuscrite sur la page de garde : Bibliot. De Fontette. N°39986. Description des trois éditions de 1597, 1629 et 1630.

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        America with those known parts in that unknowne world both people and manner of buildings discribed and inlarged by I.S. Ano 1626.

      1626. "Si tratta di una delle più emblematiche carte d'America mai prodotte, presentata qui nel suo secondo stato, con l'aggiunta di Boston, Conectacut, Lon Ile, Mary land and Carolina. La mappa è di grande importanza perché vanta tutta una serie di ""primati"": è la prima mappa inserita in un atlante a raffigurare la California come un'isola, e la prima a rappresentare con esattezza la costa orientale nord americana. Cartograficamente è basata sulle prime mappe dell'olandese Abraham Goos, ma segue gli aggiornamenti della mappa di Henry Briggs del 1625, in cui appunto la California ha una forma insulare. E' di rilievo la completa assenza dei Grandi Laghi - che nel 1626 dovevano ancora essere concepiti dai cartografi europei. Non è riportato nessuno dei regni leggendari: Quivara, Teguayo, Cibola, ecc sono noti. Nel Sud America è riportato il leggendario Lago Parime, nella Guiana, associato al mito di El Dorado; più a sud il mitico lago Eupana. Un'altra particolarità, è l'indicazione dello Stretto di Le Maire, che separa la Terra del Fuoco da un altro misterioso istmo chiamato ""States Land"", che in effetti corrisponde alla moderna Isola degli Stati. Il navigatore Jacob Le Maire aveva attraversato il canale tra le due isole, a cui darà il suo nome, durante la sua navigazione intorno a Capo Horn e nel Pacifico, nel 1615. Nell'Artico, sono riportate le due isole fantasma di Frislandia e Brasil, anche nota come Hy Brasil, di cui si narrava che fosse completamente avvolta dalla nebbia e che fosse visibile solo una volta ogni sette anni. L'ultima mappa a riportare l'isola del Brasil, come Brazil Rock, è una carta nautica del 1865. Splendida mappa, incisa da Anraham Goos per John Speed. La bella mappa è impreziosita da vignette che la decorano su tre lati e illustrano i popoli indigeni, mentre le vignette del margine superiore contengono vedute di città tra le quali Avana, Città del Messico, Rio de Janeiro, Cusco, e altri importanti insediamenti del Sud America. Incisione su rame, bella coloritura coeva, margini sottili, in ottimo stato di conservazione." A nice example of John Speed's 1626 map of America here in its second state, with the cartographic additions of Boston, Conectacut, Lon Ile, Mary land and Carolina. One of the most iconic maps of America ever made, this map is surrounded by decorative vignettes illustrating the indigenous peoples and cities of the Americas. This map is both beautiful and important. It features a number of first, including being the first atlas map to depict California as an island and to accurately depict the east coast of North America. Cartographically it follows on the earlier maps of the Dutchman Abraham Goos, the engraver, with updates to reflect the 1625 Briggs vision of an insular California. This is the first atlas map to represent California as an island. The idea of an insular California first appeared as a work of fiction in Garci Rodriguez de Montalvo's c. 1510 romance Las Sergas de Esplandian, where he writes Know, that on the right hand of the Indies there is an island called California very close to the side of the Terrestrial Paradise; and it is peopled by black women, without any man among them, for they live in the manner of Amazons. Baja California was subsequently discovered in 1533 by Fortun Ximenez, who had been sent to the area by Hernan Cortez. When Cortez himself traveled to Baja, he must have had Montalvo's novel in mind, for he immediately claimed the 'Island of California' for the Spanish King. By the late 16th and early 17th century ample evidence had been amassed, through explorations of the region by Francisco de Ulloa, Hernando de Alarcon and others, that California was in fact a peninsula. However, by this time other factors were in play. Francis Drake had sailed north and claimed 'New Albion' (identified here on the northwest coast of California Island) near modern day Washington or Vancouver for England. The Spanish thus needed to promote Cortez's claim on the 'Island of California' to preempt English claims on the western coast of North America. Henry Briggs, an English mathematician, began promoting the idea of an insular California in 1622, citing the journals of Friar Antonio de la Ascension, who accompanied the 1602 - 03 Sebastian Vizcaino expedition. The significant influence of the Spanish crown on European cartographers caused a major resurgence of the Insular California theory. Just before this map was made Eusebio Kino, a Jesuit missionary, traveled overland from Mexico to California, proving conclusively the peninsularity of California. Even so, it was ultimately a 1747 royal decree from King Ferdinand VII of Spain that finally forced cartographers to give up on the alluring idea. Other elements of interest in North America are the complete absence of the Great Lakes - which in 1626 had yet to be conceived of by any European cartographers. The Straits of Anian appear tenuously in the extreme northwest, just above California. Just east of the 'o' in 'California,' on the continental mainland, there is a curious ghosted in lake called the 'Lagueo de Oro.' We have found no references or explanation for this. None of the legendary kingdoms of gold, Quivara, Teguayo, Cibola, etc. are noted. The western portions of the Hudson Bay are unmapped - suggestive of their unexplored status. The addition of Long Island and Boston, in notably darker print, are important updates over the earliest editions. South America offers much of interest including the mythical Lake Parimia, in Guiana. The legend of Parima is associated with the English adventurer Sir Walter Raleigh's search for El Dorado. Believing El Dorado to lie in the northern part of the Amazon, Raleigh sailed down the Orinoco River just before the onset of the rainy season. Reaching a remote tribal village, Raleigh noted canoes arriving bearing gold, silver, and other treasures. Asked where the gold came from, the natives replied, 'Manoa,' the term for the tribe to which the river traders belonged. Manoa, the natives claimed could be reached following a long river voyage southward to a Great Lake, called Parima. Raleigh and his associates immediately associated Manoa and Lake Parima with the golden kingdom of El Dorado, though they never visited the city or lake. Subsequent maps, including this one, mapped el Dorado and Lake Parima in this location for several hundred years. Both Raleigh and the natives were describing an actual event known to occur annually in the region. Rains would annually swell the Amazon and Orinoco river systems creating a linkage in the Rupununu flood plain, which, during heavy rains, can resemble a massive lake. The Manoa were a large and populous trading nation active in pre - colonial days whose vast empire, based in the Amazon Basin, extended form the Andes to the Orinoco. Curiously, in addition to noting the city of Manoa on Lake Parima, D'Anville also correctly maps the center of the ancient Manoan civilization between the Amazon tributaries Rio Negro and Rio Yapura. Sadly the Manoa and many of the other populous South American indigenous nations noted by the earliest explores to the region vanished, brought low by European epidemics. Another mythical lake, Eupana, appears further south connecting the Rio de la Plata and the Paraguay River to the R. Real, thus turning eastern Brazil into an island. This is a update over many earlier maps which connected Eupana directly to the Amazon. Far in the south Speed presents us ith another anomaly, the Straits of Le Maire, which separates Tierra de Fuego from another mysterious stretch of land labled 'States Land.' The is in fact the modern island of Isla de los Estados, the southeastern most point in South America. Jacob le Maire and his pilot Willem Schouten passed to between this island and Tierra del Fuego on their 1615 voyage around Cape Horn and into the Pacific. In the high Arctic, near Iceland and Greenland, the supposed islands of Frisland and Brasil are noted. Frisland is little more than a double mapping of Iceland. Brasil, also known as Hy - Brasil, is a phantom island north Atlantic just west of Ireland. In Irish myths it was said to be cloaked in mist, except for one day every seven years, when it became visible but still could not be reached. Little is known of this orgins of this myth, but it appears on maps in various forms from about 1325. The last known appearance was in 1865 when it appeared on a nautical chart as 'Brasil Rock.' Some speculate that it may be an early reference to Porcupine Bank, a shoal in the Atlantic Ocean about 200 kilometres (120 mi) west of Ireland. Speed's map of America is especially noteworthy for its surrounded vignettes. To either side of the map proper there are various vignettes illustrating the indigenous peoples of the America. These includes natives of Greenland, Virginia, Florida, Mexico, New England, Peru, Brazil, and Tierra del Feugo.n Along the top of the map there are eight city views: Havanna, Santo Domingo, Cartagena, Mexico City, Cuzco, the isle of Moca, Rio de Janeiro, and Olinda. This map was engraved for John Speed by Abraham Goos. A good example, with contemporary colour, small margins as usual, good condition. Londra London McLaughlin 3; Burden 217 second state of four ; Tooley p113. 520 460

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        Italia.

      1626. Incisione in rame, colorata, mm 400x522. Bellissima "carte a figures" con elegante bordura ornamentale composta da otto coppie in costume, quattro a sinistra (Il Papa, i Napoletani, i Venziani, i Fiorentini) e altrettante a destra (Il Doge, i Romani, i Milanesi, i Genovesi), e sei vedute di città (Verona, Napoli, Venezia, Roma, Genova, Firenze) in alto. Speed (1552 - 1629) fu autore del Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine a cui accompagnò nel 1627 A Prospect of the most famous parts of the world, che divenne il primo atlante mondiale prodotto in Inghilterra dove in precedenza erano stati pubblicati solo atlanti relativi all'isola. Buon esemplare con piccolissimi restauri marginali. Molto ricercata. Borri, 93.

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        Asia with the Islands adioyning described..

      1626. "Questa mappa è la prima carta inglese a stampa del continente asiatico" (Shirley). Secondo stato (di tre), dall'edizione del "Prospect" di Speed, edito da Reas nel 1662. Questa bella carta - a - figures è la prima mappa inglese stampata dell'Asia. Ai lati è arricchita da figure in costume tipico dei popoli asiatici, con una serie di otto vedute di città, che formano un fregio decorativo nella parte superior, tra cui Damasco, Gerusalemme, Aden, Hormus, Goa, Kandy, Banten e Macao. La mappa si basa in gran parte sulla carta di Jodocus Hondius del 1623 con raffigurazioni dettagliate delle Indie Orientali, le Filippine e la forma allungata penisola di Corea. Grandi laghi e fiumi dominano l'intero della Cina e il mitico lago di Ciamay genera cinque grandi fiumi nell'India senza il Gange. La Grande Muraglia cinese è posta troppo a nord. Il Mar Caspio è notevolmente ampliato. La mappa è ulteriormente impreziosita da un cartiglio per il titolo, numerose creature marine e navi a vela e un elefante che appare all'interno della Cina. Splendidamente incisa da Abraham Goos con l'imprint di Roger Rea, pubblicata nel 1662. Il testo inglese al verso offre un'affascinante punto di vista inglese sull'Asia. Lievemente brunita, con qualche sporadica macchia, una più grande a sinistra, piccolo strappi perfettamente restaurati che toccano appena l'inciso, e piccolo strappi in corrispondenza degli angoli e del margine sinistro, nel complesso in buone condizioni. """This is the earliest English printed map of the continent of Asia"" (Shirley). Second state (of 3) from the edition publish by the Reas in 1662 of Speed's ""Prospect"". This beautiful carte - a - figures map is the first English printed map of Asia. It is flanked by costumed figures of Asian peoples with a series of eight city views forming a decorative frieze across the top including Damascus, Jerusalem, Aden, Hormus, Goa, Kandy, Banten and Macau. The map is based largely on Jodocus Hondius' map of 1623 with detailed depictions of the East Indies, the Philippines and the elongated peninsula form of Korea. Large lakes and rivers dominate the interior of China and the mythical Lake of Ciamay spawns five large rivers in India Without Ganges. The Great Wall of China is placed too far north. The Caspian Sea is greatly enlarged and oriented in an east - west direction. The map is further embellished with a title cartouche, numerous sea creatures and sailing ships and an elephant appears in the interior of China. Beautifully engraved by Abraham Goos with the imprint of Roger Rea, published in 1662. The English text on verso provides a fascinating Anglo - centric view of Asia. Copperplate, light browning and some spotting in places, large brownish spot at left; light shine - through of text. Repairs to few small tears at bottom just affecting engraved area, and to small split at each lower corner and at left margin, generally in good condition." Londra London Shirley T.SPE - 2a - d; Sweet 30 mit Abb.; Tibbetts 76; Al Ankary 44. 510 390

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        Letter with autograph salutation and signature.

      Aschersleben Headquarters, 5. VII. 1626. - Folio. 1 p. on bifolium. To an unidentified prince, requesting him to be patient for a little while longer. - Somewhat browned, slight edge damage; recipient's name cut out.

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        Theatre geographique du royaume de France contenant les cartes & descriptions particulieres des provinces d'iceluy.

      Paris: Jean LeClerc, 1626. - LECLERC, Jean (1560-1621). Theatre geographique du royaume de France contenant les cartes & descriptions particulieres des provinces d'iceluy. Paris: Jean LeClerc, 1626. Folio (16 6/8 x 11 inches). Fine double-page engraved world map after Mercator - Hondius: "Orbis Terrae Novissima Descriptio", 1602, a general map of France and and 47 regional maps on 45 double-page map-sheets (some marginal pale waterstaining, occasionally affecting the image). Contemporary calf, each panel with a border of double fillets, and with the supra libros of Don Gaspard Guzman, El Conde de Olivares on the front cover, all edges gilt (rebacked, portions of old spine laid down, rubbed, supra libros a bit worn). Provenance: with the supra libros of Don Gaspard Guzman, El Conde de Olivares (1587-1645), prime minister (1623–1643) and court favourite (valido) of King Philip IV of Spain, and with manuscript annotations to the verso of each map, probably in his hand; Ex-Libris Jean R. Perrette, his sale, Christie's New York, 5th April 2016, lot 40 Fifth edition, of this beautiful and comprehensive atlas of France, with an astonishingly apt association, being from the library of Don Gaspard Guzman, El Conde de Olivares, prime minister (1623–1643) and court favourite (valido) of King Philip IV of Spain. Leclerc's atlas was issued at a time when the protection of the Spanish overseas empire had become the central consideration in Spanish relations with the Dutch rebels. A continued slump in silver shipments from America heralded a rapid, long-term decline. Enter Don Gaspard Guzman, a powerful figure who had a major impact on Spanish politics and culture during the reign of Philip IV. He was both a military general and the patron who brought Velázquez to the young king’s court. From 1623 until January 24, 1643, Olivares served as prime minister of Spain. He was unswervingly loyal to the king and was vehemently patriotic. He was also avid for power—both for himself and for Spain. The main objective of his domestic policy was to engender national unity among the separate kingdoms of the peninsula, kingdoms that he described as "anachronistic as crossbows." Olivares' Union of Arms, a scheme for the creation of a reserve army of 140,000 men that was to be paid for by the dominions of the Spanish empire in proportion to their estimated resources, directly caused the revolts of Catalonia and Portugal. Catalonia refused to join, refused to pay the new taxes, and refused to fight for Spain: "In 1639 Olivares opened a campaign against southern France from Catalonia. It had no rational strategic objective except to pitchfork Catalonia into the war. If the Catalans had to defend their country, Olivares argued, they would have to support the army" (Encyclopedia Britannica). Eventually the continued Spanish involvement in the Thirty Years’ War ended with the eclipse of Spanish power by France. Yet in the period of the Counter-Reformation it is difficult to conceive of Spain following a different course; in this sense it was almost inevitable, and Olivares can hardly be judged in terms of its ultimate failure. Maurice Bouguereau issued the first national atlas of regional maps in 1594. Le Clerc acquired the plates and re-printed the maps between 1619 and 1620 with 23 additional maps and the his widow published this edition in 1626 with a total of 49 maps. Jean Leclerc was the fourth generation of publishers. He arrived with his family in Tours as a refugee from Wars of Religion he began as an apprentice to Bouguereau. Bouguereau. Pastoureau: Leclerc E 1626; Tooley, p. 40. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L’Ambasciatore. Opera divisa in Libri sei nella quale si hanno avvertimenti politici & morali per gli ambasciatori & intorno quelle cose che sogliono accadere all’Ambasciarie...

      appresso Francesco Bolzetta libraro 1626 - 1627 4to (cm. 22,3), 26 cc.nn. (compresi due frontespizi, uno datato 1626 e l’altro 1627, ed una bella tavola incisa su rame di Dedica al Serenissimo Sig. Duca di Piacenza et Parma), 675(1) pp. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Timbro abraso al frontis. Restauro al margine inferiore delle prime sei carte. Alone di umidità - sempre marginale - su parte del volume, ma nel complesso buon esemplare. Edizione originale, assai rara. Br.Libr. I, p. 143. Non in Vinciana. L’opera di Bragaccia è da considerarsi uno tra i primi studi sull’argomento redatto in lingua italiana (cfr. G. De Giudici, Sullo statuto dell’ambasciatore in età moderna... in Teoria e Storia del diritto privato, V, 2012).

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        Tabacologia hoc est Tabaci, seu Nicotianæ descriptio Medico-Chirurgico-Pharmaceutica Vel Ejus præparatio et usus in omnibus fermè corporis humani incomodis. Per Johannem Neandrum Bremanum, Philosophum et Medicum. Mit einem Titelkupfer, einem Portraitkupfer von Willem J. Delff und 9 weiteren ganzseitigen Kupfertafeln von M. v. Brouck.

      Lugduni Batavorum: Elzeviri (Leiden: Isaac Elzevier), 1626. 21 Bl., 256 S. Gr.-8°. Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Vortitel mit kleinem altem Besitzvermerk; Pergamentdeckel sperren etwas auf; sonst gut erhalten. - Seltener früher Druck über den Tabak-Anbau und Genuß. Versand D: 4,00 EUR

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        The Guide into the Tongues. With their agreement and consent one with another, as also their Etymologies, that is, their Reason and Derivations of all or most part of words, ... 2. Aufl. London, Haviland, 1626. 760 Sp. Folio. Hldr. d. 19. Jhdts. mit etw. RVerg. u. RSch. (Kanten berieben).

       1626 \'In these nine Languages ... 1. English, 2. Dutch, 3. High Dutch, 4. French, 5. Italian, 6. Spanish, 7. Latine, 8. Greeke, 9. Hebrew, &c\' (Titel). Im Gegensatz zur ersten Ausgabe ohne die Sprachen Walisisch und Portugiesisch.- Frühes etymologisches Wörterbuch, das durch seine historische Gleichzeitigkeit mit Shakespeare ein wichtiger Schlüssel zu dessen Werken ist.- Ohne Titel und Vorwort (diese in Kopie eingebunden).- Vorsätze erneuert, im weißen Innensteg 2 alte kleine Löchlein (für eine ehemalige Fadenbindung?), die letzten 20 Blätter etwas feuchtrandig Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        1A EDICION EN ITALIANO, NOVELAS EJEMPLARES, MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA 1626

      Presso il Barezzi. 1626 - Venecia. Presso il Barezzi. 1626. 18X12. 718p. Pergamino. falto de las paginas 719, 720, ultimas. (facsimiladas). Leve polilla. Primerissima edición en ilaliano de las famosas Novelas. Extremadamente raro, escaso. IV Centenario de la Muerte de Cervantes. Ref 3.3 Biblioteca Cervantina. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Birken-Der Donau-Strand, anno 1683

      Birken Sigmund von, 1626-81 - Birken-Der Donau-Strand, anno 1683 Der Donau-Strand sampt kurtzer Verfassung einer Hungar – und Türkis. Chronick und des Anno 1663 und 1664 geführten Türken-Krieges. Anjetzo aber mit einer kurtzen Continuation der merkwürdigsten Türckischen Kriegs-Handlungen in Candien, Polen und Hungarn wie auch die Beläger – und Entsetzung der Kais. Residenz-Stadt Wien. Nürnberg, Sandrart, o. J. (1683). 12º. Mit 40 (7 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln (ohne die doppelblattgr. Donaukarte). 4 Bl., 220 S. Pgt. d. Zt. (fleckig, beschabt und bestoßen). Dünnhaupt 127.6 (nennt die Donaukarte und 39 Kupfer). Sturminger 835. Nebehay-W. 99 (verzeichnet 43 Kupfer). – Laut Titelblatt sollen "40 Figuren" enthalten sein. Im Vergleich zu Nebehay-Wagner fehlen in unserem Exemplar das Frontispiz, die Donaukarte und die Ansichten von Donaueschingen, Veszprém und Tokaj. – Einzelne Tafeln mit (tls. laienhaft restaurierten) Durchrissen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'usage du compas de proportion. Nouvelle edition, reveuë, corrigée, & de beaucoup augmentée.

      Paris Bourriquant 1626 - (17 x 11 cm). (8) 136 S. Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten und 2 Kupfertafeln. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Dritte Ausgabe des ersten französischen Werkes über Proportionalzirkel, 1618 erstmals erschienen. - "Henrion was greatly interested in mathematical instruments, especially in the proportional divider" (DSB). Mit Henrion (ca. 1580 - ca. 1632), Professor für Mathematik in Paris, setzt in Frankreich die Entwicklung des Proportionalzirkels ein. Sein Zirkel weist die vier Linien 1, 2, 3 und 11 auf. - Stellenweise etwas gebräunt. Einband gering fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. - DSB 6, 271; vgl. Poggendorff I, 1068 (Ausg. 1631). - Selten

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        Magdeburg-Sachsen Anhalt, anno 1608, Genealogie, Albizzi 1547-16

      Albizzi Antonio, 1547-1626 - Magdeburg-Sachsen Anhalt, anno 1608, Genealogie, Albizzi 1547-1626 "Othones Saxones Imperatores [.]" kolorierter Kupferstich - Stammbaum der ottonischen Herrscher von Sachsen, mit einer Ansicht der Stadt Magdeburg, sowie Text auf der Rückseite, von Antonio Albizzi, aus "Principum Christianorum Stemmata", Augsburg 1608 Blattgröße: ca. 44 x 30,5 cm Ansicht: ca. 39,5 x 24 cm - leicht fleckig und etwas gebräunt, kleine Randläsuren - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Schweizer Chronik: Das ist Gründliche und Wahrhafte Beschreibung der fürnehmsten Jahrsgeschichten, welche sich bey löblicher Eydgnoßschafft seyt etlich Hunndert Jahren her verloffen. Mit Einführung vieler nahmhaffter, in Frankreich und Italien verübter Kriegen und wohldenckwürdiger Geschichtenn. Auf ein Neues revidiert und biß auff das 1631 Jahr vermehret sampt einer kurtzen Verzeichnus der Achtbarste Minder Burgundischen oder Nüchtlandischen von Graffen, Freyen und Edlen, hievor bey vielen unbekanten Geschlechternn etc durch Michael Stettler. [Zweiter Titel:] Annales oder Gründliche Beschreibung der fürnembsten geschichten und Thaten welche sich in gantzer Helvetia, den jüngsten Jahren nach von ihrem anfang her gerechnet, als sonderlich seither erbawung der Loblichen Statt Bern in Nüchtland: Auch in geschäfften darin diese berühmbte Nation bey Kriegen, Bündnussen und andern hochwichtigen händlen mit Bäpsten, Kaysern, Königen Fürsten und sonderbahren hohen Ständen bis auff...

      Bern: (Jacob Stuber für Teil 2) 1626-1627. ...das 1627 Jahr participirt, verlauffen (...). Der erste Theil. Angebunden: Chronicon oder Gründtliche Beschreibung der denckwürdigesten sache unnd thaten, welchem den Helvetischen Landen an jetzt die Eydgnoschafft oder das Schweitzerland genent (...) bis auf das 1627. Jahr (...) sich zugetragen unnd verloffen. (...). Der andere Theil. 6 Bl., 672 [recte 674] S., 9 Bl., Register, Errata; Titelei, 3 Bl., 596 S., 8 Bl. Schmuckloser, etwas neuerer Pappband, unbeschnittenes Exemplar mit breitem Rand, Folio, 37 x 23 cm. Gestoch. erster Titel, zweiter, zweifarb. Titel. (bestossen und berieben, vorderes Gelenk gelockert, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt, wenige Wurmspuren im weißen Rand des Innenfalzes, in einem Fall auch in den Kolumnentitel, wenig störend, Paginierung teils springend resp. irrig. Gestochener erster Titel, zweiter, zweifarbiger Titel, 2 Blatt Dedication, 2 Blatt Widmungstexte an Stettler, 672 [recte: 674] Seiten, 9 Blatt. Register, 1 Blatt Errata; Titelei, 2 Bl. Vorrede, 1 Bl. Widmungstext an Stettler, 596 S., 1 Bl. (zwischen 580 und 581 verbunden), 7 Bll. Register, 1 Bl. Errata mit Schlußmarke. Der Band wurde aber blattweise kollationiert, er ist vollständig!-Umfassende Chronik, in barockem, aber trotzdem noch gut lesbarem Deutsch verfasst. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Geschichte;Schweiz;Chronologie;Bibliophilie;Alte Drucke;Literatur]

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        The collection of the history of England.

      London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Simon Waterson Folio (28.5 cm; 11.5"). [4] ff., 222 pp. (without imprimatur and dedication leaves).. 1626 Daniel (1562–1619), a poet and historian, was educated at Oxford but left without taking a degree. During his life he had several patrons, served several lords, and only obtained financial security early in the 17th century when Queen Anne became his Maecenas. His early poetry varied in style but by the early 1590s it was solidly in the dolce stile. In 1612 Daniel brought out his first important prose work, The First Part of the Historie of England. The present work completes that earlier one and after recapitulating the earlier history in just 22 pages, takes the story from the Conquest to the end of the reign of Edward III. The title is printed within a woodcut "arabesque" border and the text is in roman within line borders defining space for sidenotes. Evidence of Readership: Occasional pencil marks in text; final blank with old pencil notes and an inked couplet of yet greater age: "To make poor mortalls more in Love with breath / The Gods conceale the benefitts of Death." Provenance: Signature on front free endpaper of "Thos. Hekt"(?) dated 1822; older ownership note on inside rear board of "Fransisci Heyct"(?); 20th-century bookplate of the famous collector Boies Penrose II. Contemporary calf over paste boards, modest blind double-ruled border on boards, gilt beading on board edges; binding worn, lacks pastedowns, hinges (inside) open but binding strong. Inner margin of title-leaf discolored from old glue. Text generally clean with only light waterstains in some early leaves' upper inner parts, a few stray stains or pencil marks as noted above in text, one leaf with a short closed tear. Without the imprimatur leaf preceding the title and lacking the dedication leaf, which was an insert between A2 and A3 and is frequently lacking; final blank leaf, also usually missing, present here with notes as above. Ownership notes as noted. On the whole, a good copy.

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        Ploos van Amstel - Riviergezicht.

      RIVIERGEZICHT NAAR JACOB ESSELENS (1626-1687)Doordruktekening met roulette en penseel door Cornelis Ploos van Amstel uit 1771. Afm.: 15,5 x 27 cm. Ploos van Amstel (1726 '" Amsterdam - 1798) was succesvol makelaar in hout, maar bovenal groot verzamelaar van tekeningen en prenten. Hij experimenteerde met het maken van prenttekeningen van zijn eigen collectie. De daarbij toegepaste technische procédés waren hun tijd ver vooruit. Op de achterzijde is het blad gewaarmerkt met het door Cornelis Ploos voor zijn prentuitgaven gebruikte vignet. Literatuur: Laurentius "C. Ploos van Amstel Kunstverzamelaar en Prentuitgever"', nr. 46 Prijs: € 575,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        The collection of the history of England.

      London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Simon Waterson Folio (27.5 cm, 10.8"). [10], 222 pp.. 1626 [with] Trussell, John. A continuation of the Collection of the history of England, beginning where Samuel Daniell Esquire ended... London: Pr. by M[ary] D[awson] for Ephraim Dawson, 1636. Folio. [8], 260 pp. (pagination skips 243/44). Daniel (1562–1619), a poet and historian, was educated at Oxford but left without taking a degree. He subsequently achieved great popular success and influence as a poet of the dolce stile, to the point that Spenser obliquely praised him in the Prothalamion and Shakespeare took his Civil Wars as a source for the history plays. In 1612 Daniel brought out his first important prose work, The First Part of the Historie of England. The present work completes that one, and after recapitulating the earlier history in just 22 pages, takes the story from the Conquest to the end of the reign of Edward III. Following that is Trussell's further completion of the history, extending through the life and reign of Richard III. The Collection is here in an early edition, following the first of 1618, and the Continuation in the => first edition. The main title is printed within a woodcut "arabesque" border and the text is in roman within line borders defining space for sidenotes. Provenance: Front pastedown with 19th-century monogram bookplate of John Tomlinson and with 20th-century U.S. bookseller's small ticket; title-page of Collection with early inked inscription "R[ichar?]d Weston." Title-page of Continuation with early inked inscription "Fra.[?] Taylor. 18th-century dark brown morocco framed in gilt roll, all edges sprinkled blue and red; rebacked, joints refurbished, and original spine with gilt-stamped title and rules reapplied; rubbed and with spine extremities chipped. Pages age-toned, with intermittent light to moderate waterstaining and occasional foxing or ink staining; first and last few leaves with edges also darkened by offsetting from binding and one leaf with small burn hole in outer margin. Title-page with inscription as above, and with a few light ink smears not affecting text or border; last page of Collection with early ink doodles and lettering. A solid, rather distinguished example of this good combination.

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        Odarum Sacrarum M. Ludovici Helmboldi Muhlhusini; Theologi et Poeta CL.p.m. & c. Pars Prima, Complectens, I. Odas Sacras, XLI. II. Hebdomada; Od. LVI. III. Odas Catecheticas, XL. IV. Od. Sacr. De quibusd. creatoris operibus XX. V. Dreysig Geistliche Festlieder. VI. Crepundia Sacra.

      Johann Stange, Mühlhausen 1626 - 6 Tle. in 1 Bd. Mühlhausen, Johann Stange, 1626. 8°. 248 Bl. Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt. Notendrucke! OPerg., goldgeprägt. Guter Zustand! Ludwig Helmbold (*1546 Mühlhausen - 1598 ebda). Lutherischer Kirchenliederdichter, ab 1554 Konrektor der Philosophie an der Universität Erfurt. Ab 1571 Pfarrer der Marienkirche und später Superintendent in Mühlhausen. Beteiligt: Joachim a Burck (d.i. Joachim Moller) (*1546 Burg - 1619 Mühlhausen), Komponist. Johannes Eccard (*1553 Mühlhausen - 1611 Berlin) Komponist und Kapellmeister. Chormusik. Sprache: DE

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        Antique Germany map - Janssonius, 1626.

      Antique Germany map - Nova Germaniae DescriptioBeautiful map of greater Germany. 2nd state (out of 5) published in 1626 by Johannes Janssonius, originally published by Petrus Kaerius in 1615. Size: 47 x 57,2 cm.The map is framed on all sides with decorative borders. The top border contains portaits of Emperor Matthias with the seven Electors, all on horseback. Matthias is shown twice: as emperor and as king of Bohemia and Hungary.On three sides the map image is framed by shields with coats of arms. Along the bottom border runs a strip with ten town views in oval frames: Cologne, Frankfurt, Strassbourg, Nurenberg, Prague, Augsburg, Hedeilberg, Lübeck and Hamburg. Willem janszn.'s map of 1609 served as a model for the town views. The coats of arms along the side borders are flanked by costumed figures. Verso: blank.Literature: Günther Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica VI, 33.2Price: € 5.500,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Le tombeau des romans ou il est discouru I. contre les romans II. pour les romans

      A Paris, chez Claude Morlot, 1626. In/12 reliure plein veau dos lisse à décor doré, triple filets sur les plats, tranches rouges, 2 f., 96 p. Première édition. Auréole sur la bordure latérale de la plupart des pages. Le Tombeau des romans où il est discouru : I Contre les romans II. Pour les romans constitue, avec les textes de Sorel, Chapelain, Huet ou Du Plaisir, l'un des rares textes critiques que le XVIIe siècle nous a légués sur un genre encore en formation : le pamphlet politique, sous les règnes de Louis XIII et de Louis XIV. Fr Dorval Langlois (1576 ? - 1628) fut un des nombreux libelliste qui gravitèrent dans l'orbite de Richelieu. Ouvrage rare. Français relié DeCollection

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        Disputationum de sancto matrimonii sacramento...editio haec postrema superiorum auctoritate correcta.

      Antuerpiae: Apud Martinum Nutium colophon: Ex typographia Henrici Aertsi] Folio (36 cm, 14.2"). [20], 500, 404, 408, [66 (index)] pp.. 1626 Early edition, following the first complete printing of 1605 (preceded by a partial printing in 1602), of this sometimes controversial, oft-reprinted treatise on marriage, morality, and sexual sin. Each of the three books has its own separate title-page. Brunet calls this "un ouvrage célèbre, à cause de quelques passages singuliers qui s'y trouvent,"while Englisch notes that "Dieses Werk enthalt alle moglichen Variationen uber die Geschlechtssunde in umstandlichster und eingehendster Behandlung," and Sommervogel simply states that the work caused its author "quelques chagrins" despite the purity and austerity of his personal life (a Jesuit from the time he was 17 years old, the Cordova-born Sánchez was said by his spiritual director to have "carried his baptismal innocence to the grave," according to the Catholic Encyclopedia online). Contemporary alum-tawed pigskin, tooled in blind, spine with inked title; binding darkened and scuffed, with clasps now lacking and with leather torn over head and foot of spine (lacking at foot, with underlying vellum showing). Title-page with inked ownership inscriptions dated 1715, later institutional stamp in lower margin, and faint shadows of pencilled notations; front pastedown and one text page also with institutional stamps. Small spots of worming to lower margins of a number of leaves. Pages age-toned, with some instances of marginalia and underlining in early inked hands and occasionally in pencil (a handful of leaves in part III extensively annotated within text); a few spots of foxing, and one leaf with paper flaws partially obscuring a few letters. A big, solid volume.

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        AUGSBURG. - Ulrichskirche. "Basilica S.S. Udal. et Afra cum coenobis". St. Ulrich und Afra von einem erhöhten Standpunkt aus, rechts oben kleine Kartusche mit Erklärungen A - K.

      - Kupferstich von Daniel Manasser, 1626, 22 x 28 cm. Schefold 41066. - Die sehr seltene und gesuchte Ansicht gering knittrig.

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        Zeventien Provinciën - John Speed.

      "A NEW MAP OF THE XVII PROVINCES OF LOW GERMANIE, mended a new in a manie places."'Kopergravure van de Zeventien Provinciën vervaardigd in 1626, van cartograaf John Speed. Met afbeeldingen van "a gentleman"' en "a gentlewoman"', "a Brabander"' en "a Brabanders wife"', "a Hollander"' en "a Hollanders wife"', "a fisherman"' en "a fishers wife"', "a country man"' en "a country woman"', als ook standgezichten van Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Gent, Middelburg, Groningen, Zutphen, Utrecht en Atrecht (tegenw. Arras). Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. ca. 42 x 53,5 cm.Oorspronkelijk werkte John Speed (1552 - 1629) in het kleermakersbedrijf van zijn vader in Chesire. In 1567 verhuisde hij naar Londen. Door zijn grote geschiedkundige kennis kreeg hij toegang tot de wetenschappelijke kringen. Hij sloot zich aan bij het Antiquarisch Genootschap, waar hij werd aangemoedigd om onderzoekswerk te doen. Tevens verwierf hij in 1598 een betrekking en werkruimte in een douanekantoor, zodat hij in zijn levensonderhoud kon voorzien en zijn onderzoekswerk kon voortzetten.Speed brak door met zijn folio atlas: Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Deze atlas verscheen in 1612 en bevatte zo"n 64 kaarten van graafschappen in Engeland en Wales, Ierland, Schotland en van enkele eilanden. De meeste kaarten bevatten ook één, of heel soms twee stadsplattegrondjes van de belangrijkste steden in het afgebeelde gebied. In veel gevallen was Speed daarmee de eerste die dergelijke plattegronden in gedrukte vorm uitgaf. Alleen Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg uit Keulen waren hem eind 16de eeuw in enkele gevallen voor. De kaarten onderscheidden zich verder door veel oog voor detail en het gebruik van symbolen voor dorpen, steden, bossen, bergen en heuvels. Ook was er nogal eens een belangrijke historische gebeurtenis ergens aan de rand van het kaartbeeld afgebeeld en werden de kaarten voorzien van wapenschilden van de aldaar wonende en/of heersende families.Omdat de oorspronkelijke graveur William Rogers in 1604 overleed stelden de uitgevers van de atlas voor dat een aanzienlijk deel van de kaarten in Amsterdam gegraveerd zou worden in het atelier van Jodocus Hondius.De atlas werd zowel ongebonden als gebonden te koop aangeboden. Desgewenst werden de kaarten tegen een meerprijs ingekleurd. De oplage van de eerste druk wordt geschat op zo'n 500 exemplaren. In 1616 verscheen een uitgave in het Latijn.Als vervolg op de succesvolle uitgaves van de Theatres verscheen in 1627 het Prospect Of the Most Famous Parts of the World. Dit was een 22 tot 28 kaarten bevattende wereldatlas. Ook voor deze atlas werd een beroep gedaan op graveurs uit de omgeving van Hondius. Sommige van hen hebben hun kaarten gesigneerd: oa Abraham Goos & Dirck Gryp. Veel van de kaarten in deze uitgave waren zogenaamde 'Cartes Figuratives", in dit geval werden de rand van de kaart aan de bovenkant opgevuld met stadsgezichten en de randen aan de zijkanten met gekostumeerde figuren. Van een dergelijke kaart is deze voorstelling van de Zeventien Provinciën een prachtig voorbeeld.Prijs: € 2.100,-.

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        Scandinavia antique map - Blaeu.

      Suecia, Dania, et Norvegia, Regna Europae SeptentrionaliaImpressive map of Scandinavia based upon Anders Bure's highly important map, published in 1626. A surveyor and mathematician, Bure compiled a map of the northern part of Sweden and the first separately printed map of the country. Bure was an important figure in the history of Swedish cartography and set up a land surveying office which continued for over 200 years. Nice full original colour example, with sailing ships and decorative cartouche and 3 coat of arms.Published by the house of Blaeu, approx. 1635. Verso: French text. Size: 42,7 x 53,1 cm. Price: € 1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Uthförlig förklaring öfwer handels contractet angående thet Södra Compagniet uthi konungariket Swerighe.

      Stält igenom Wilhelm Usselinx. Och nu aff thet nederländske språket uthsatt på swenska, aff Erico Schrodero. Stockholm, Ignatio Meurer, 1626. 4:o. (99) s. Fläckig och lagerfläckig, fuktrand i främre marginal och fuktskadad i övre hörn.Tagen ur band. Collijn sp. 954. Warmholtz 7629, not. Sabin 98211. Första svenska upplagan av Söderkompaniets oktroj, även utgiven på tyska samma år och holländska året därpå. Willem Usselinx (1537-1647) var en av grundarna av det holländska Västindiska kompaniet och fick av Gustav II Adolf uppdraget att bilda ett svenskt handelsbolag, med handel på Afrika och Västindien. Framgångarna uteblev dock. Ur detta utvecklades dock idén till skapandet av en koloni i Amerika, det som skulle bli Nya Sverige. Detta genomfördes 1637 av Usselinxs vän Peter Minuit

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Abraham Goos b. Joan. Janssonius, "Nova Franconiae descriptio".

      - dat. 1626, 44,7 x 55 Schilder,Monumenta Cartographica, Bd. VI, 42 ( 1. Zustand von 2). Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. 1, Seite 610 ( Abb. 2550: 1B. - Eine der seltenen, zugleich sehr dekorativen Frankenkarten mit 4 Bildleisten: seitlich je 2 Trachtenpaare, oben und unten mit insgesamt 6 Ansichten. Oben Nürnberg und Würzburg. Unten Bamberg, Fulda, Rothenburg /Tauber und Büdingen. - Leicht fleckig.

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        Henrici Spelmanni equi. anglo-brit. archæologus: in modum glossarii ad rem antiquam posteriorem

      Johannem Beale, Londini 1626 - First edition, folio, pagination is erratic throughout, but the book is complete, as issued; *, A-2O6, 2P4; recent quarter speckled calf, red morocco on gilt-decorated spine; nice copy.STC 23065, with the 13th line of the title page reading "Chartis & Formulis." The title and the first leaf were subsequently reset; this copy is in the first state. The work evolved out of Spelman's studies of early English law, but "at the outset he experienced so much difficulty in assigning the proper meanings to Anglo-Saxon and Latin terms, that he determined to postpone his legal researches" in favor of the philological question. "In 1626 the first volume of the Glossary, extending to the end of the letter 'L' was published. Spelman had offered it in vain to Beale, the King's printer, for five pounds, or for books of that value. He consequently bore all the expenses of publication. The importance of the volume was immediately recognized by the great scholars of the day, but the greater part of the edition remained on Spelman's hands for ten years. He was collecting materials for the completion of the work until 1638" but it was not published in his lifetime. An imperfect continuation edited by Dugdale appeared in 1664. "As an ecclesiastical lawyer he ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator philological science in England" (DNB). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Henrici Spelmanni equi. anglo-brit. archæologus: in modum glossarii ad rem antiquam posteriorem

      Londini: Johannem Beale. 1626. "First edition, folio, pagination is erratic throughout, but the book is complete, as issued; *, A-2O6, 2P4; recent quarter speckled calf, red morocco on gilt-decorated spine; nice copy. STC 23065, with the 13th line of the title page reading ""Chartis & Formulis."" The title and the first leaf were subsequently reset; this copy is in the first state. The work evolved out of Spelman's studies of early English law, but ""at the outset he experienced so much difficulty in assigning the proper meanings to Anglo-Saxon and Latin terms, that he determined to postpone his legal researches"" in favor of the philological question. ""In 1626 the first volume of the Glossary, extending to the end of the letter 'L' was published. Spelman had offered it in vain to Beale, the King's printer, for five pounds, or for books of that value. He consequently bore all the expenses of publication. The importance of the volume was immediately recognized by the great scholars of the day, but the greater part of the edition remained on Spelman's hands for ten years. He was collecting materials for the completion of the work until 1638"" but it was not published in his lifetime. An imperfect continuation edited by Dugdale appeared in 1664. ""As an ecclesiastical lawyer he ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator philological science in England"" (DNB)."

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        Practicarum observationum, tam ad processum iudiciarium, praesertim imperialis camerae, quam causarum decisiones pertinentium, libri duo. De pace publica, & proscriptis, sive Bannitis Imperij, libri II. De pignorationibus, liber singularis. De manuum iniectionibus, sive arrestis imperij, tractatus.

      Köln (= Coloniae Agrippinae), sumptibus Antonii Hierati, 1626. Editio postrema correctior, ex secunda recognitione Guaiteri Gymnici. 4to. Tb. in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, mit Druckersignet, 57 nn. Bll. sowie einem Faltkupfer, 623, 280 S., 4 nn. Bll. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. (Papier stellenw. etw. stockfl.). Berühmteste forensisch-kasuistische Arbeit über das Reichskammergericht. - Gaill gilt als Begründer der Kameralistik, der Literatur zur Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts. In seinen 1578 erstmals erschienenen Practicae observationes, die vielfach wiederaufgelegt und zuletzt 1771 gedruckt worden sind, versucht Gail erstmals eine systematische Darstellung der Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts. In 316 observationes werden Rechtsfragen und Rechtsprobleme erörtert, die vor diesem höchsten reichsrechtlichen Gericht immer wieder auftauchten, unterschiedlich erörtert und diskutiert worden sind. Diese umstrittenen und oft sehr schwierigen Rechtsfragen werden in einzelnen, meist kurzen Abhandlungen dargelegt, kontrovers aufgeschlüsselt und die Entscheidung begründet. Nur so ist auch der ungeheuere Einfluß dieses Werkes zu erklären, ist bezüglich des Reichsgerichts unerreicht und nur von den Arbeiten Mevius` und Carpzovs erreicht worden. - Der angebundene Titel \"de pace publica\" ist eine staatsrechtliche Abhandlung Gaills. Das Werk behandelt den Landfrieden und die Reichsacht. Zu beiden Themenkreisen legte Gaill erstmals eine systematische Bearbeitung vor. Der sog. \"ewige Landfrieden\" war gerade aufgrund der Konfessionsstreitigkeiten zwischen Katholiken und Protestanten ein wichtiges und beliebtes Thema innerhalb des Jus publicum. Gaill untersucht auch die Reichweite des Landfriedens, vor allem seine Geltung innerhalb des geistlichen Standes: damit auch wiederum die Kompetenzen des Reichskammergerichts. - Gaill (1526-1587), aus einem alten Kölner Patriziergeschlecht stammend, studierte an den Universitäten Köln, Orléans und Löwen, promovierte 1555 in Bologna und praktizierte zunächst in seiner Vaterstadt als Anwalt. 1558 bis 1568 war er Beisitzer am Reichskammergericht zu Speyer, ab 1569 am Reichshofrat in Wien und in den letzten Jahren seines Lebens als Kanzler beim Kurfürsten in Köln tätig. Versand D: 2,00 EUR 4.3. Kameralwissenschaft, 0-0-Katalog-103-AD

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        Scandinavia antique map - Blaeu.

      Suecia, Dania, et Norvegia, Regna Europae SeptentrionaliaImpressive map of Scandinavia based upon Anders Bure's highly important map, published in 1626. A surveyor and mathematician, Bure compiled a map of the northern part of Sweden and the first separately printed map of the country. Bure was an important figure in the history of Swedish cartography and set up a land surveying office which continued for over 200 years. Nice full original colour example, with sailing ships and decorative cartouche and 3 coat of arms.Published by the house of Blaeu, approx. 1635. Verso: French text. Size: 42,7 x 53,1 cm. Price: € 1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Holy iland - Garnsey - Farnsey - Iarsey

      G. Humble, London 1626 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash. In excellent condition.

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