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         Neerlands interest, tot vrede der kercke, en wegh-neminge van alle opkomende misverstanden in de selve. Middelburg, Yemant Hendrickss., 1664.  With: (2) [SALDENUS, Guilielmus]. Den God-vrughtigen boer ... tot verdedigingh van Jan Bakhuys den ghenaamden Boer van Ebbink-hoven, en Desiderius Pacius over sijn zedigh versoek aan Juffrouw Schurman. Utrecht, Jacob van Doeyenborgh, 1670. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo. Contemporary vellum. .

      Ad1: Knuttel 8972; ad 2: not in Knuttel; Tiele; Van der Wulp, etc. Two very rare pamphlets on the unity and controversies within the Dutch Protestant Church during the seventeenth century by the orthodox-Calvinist minister Guilielmus Saldenus (1627-1694). In the first pamphlet Saldenus tries to restore the peace between the Remonstrants and Contra-Remonstrants, and in the second he discusses the religious dispute in the Dutch Protestant Church concerning the person of Jean de Labadie, a 17th century French pietist. A third pamphlet bound in between is replaced by modern blank leaves. Good copies..

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        CLOSET for Ladies and Gentlevvomen. Or, The Art of preserving, conserving, and candying

      Printed by John Hauiland, London 1627 - UNUSUALLY WELL PRESERVED COPY 12mo. 96 unnumbered leaves. A-H12. Roman letter, titles in Italic. Title and text within woodcut border, woodcut floriated initials and typographical headpieces. Light age yellowing, quire D lightly browned, woodcut borders at outer margin very fractionally trimmed on a few leaves, title slightly dusty, the odd thumb mark. A good, clean copy, in antique style red morocco, covers bordered with single gilt rule, spine with gilt raised bands, vase tools gilt at centers, green morocco label gilt, combed marble end-papers, all edges gilt. An unusually well preserved copy of this extremely rare and delightful volume. The first part concentrates on ‘the art of preserving, conserving, and candying’ with additional recipes for syrups and banqueting dishes. The second deals with the medicines and salves needed for a household of the period. Even now the author remains anonymous, not even a set of initials appears in any of the editions, there is no introduction, epistle, dedication or acknowledgement. It is possible the manuscript of ‘A Closet’ was written by a literate woman, intended for her household and personal use. The work was entered into the Stationer’s records in 1602, so it appears that the Elizabethan manuscript may have been acquired and then remained in the printer’s office for years prior to publication. It is possible that a first work on general cookery was intended to precede it, which might explain why the work jumps straight into the recipes with no prefatory material. The work describes the domestic arts of candies and preserves that well-off ladies, gentlewomen, and housewives of the gentry might be expected to be skilled in during the late-16th until the mid-17th century and does not deal with the day-to-day cookery of a household. It provides the recipes for making those very special banqueting sweets of sugar, pastes, and waters which were thought to be necessary for special occasions and as suitable gifts as well as cosmetics eg for the preservation of a white complexion. Many bibliographies have attributed the ‘Closet’ to Sir Hugh Platt. as the anonymous ‘Closet’ were sometimes bound with Plat’s Delightes, but there seems little reason to suppose Plat wrote the Closet and allowed it to be sold anonymously and not take credit. The second section is substantial, giving a variety of remedies for medical conditions, diseases, acquired ills like worms and pests, and accidental conditions like broken bones. It also clearly represents another manuscript, probably from a different household. These medical recipes for dealing with burns, piles, worms, collick, sores, toothache, "for the pestilence," laxatives, menstrual problems, falling sickness, and mad dogges are written in a different style but do contain a few recipes for cookery and perfumes. These include a recipe for making fresh cheese, for the dessert known as snow, and an amusing recipe for King Henry VIII’s perfume. ‘The Closet’ represents perhaps hundreds of similar manuscripts that were once kept and prized by English households which have largely been lost. A good copy of a fascinating and rare work providing much insight into the history of food, drink and cosmetics. STC, 5436.7 (Recording only 4 other copies B.L., Leeds, Lincoln Cathedral and Folger) Vicaire 183 "Rare et Curieux". (1618 edition). Bitting (under Plat) 373. Hull, ‘Chaste, Silent and Obedient.’ pp. 39, 40 & 159. Ferguson V p. 44. Not in Oberlé. English [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Briefe Exposition with Notes vpon the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians.

      London, George Miller, for George Vincent 1627 - (6) 307 (1) p. Rebound Leather with ribbed back and richly decorated with stamps, 4° (the corners of the final page are torn, though not affecting the text. William Sclater 1575-1626, was an English clergyman and controversialist. Besides several volumes of sermons, Sclater was author of four exegetical and other works, which were published posthumously under the editorship of his son.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Marca Brandenburgensis & Pomerania. Per Gerardum Mercatorem. Cum Privilegio. Amstelodami Sumptibus Henrici Hondij. 1627.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Gerard Mercator b. Henricus Hondius in Amsterdam, dat. 1627 ersch. 1630, 35 x 47,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 2170.1.A.2.1.107. - Zeigt Brandenburg und Pommern in dem Gebiet Magdeburg, Fraustadt, Köslin und Wismar. - Unten links Rollwerkskartusche mit Titel. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Maßstab. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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      Ex officina Cristhiana sumptibus Petri Henningij & Haeredum Ioannis Cristhij, Coloniae Agrippinae (Colonia) 1627 - Pagine: 766+24 Illustrazioni: Bella marca tipografica Rilegatura: Pergamena Caratteristiche: Lanata, gesuita visse dal 1549 al 1631.Scritte antiche di appartenenza. Pagine molto brunite. Gore d'acque in alcuni fogli

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        Sacrorum Bibliorum Concordantiae Per Gasparem De Zamora Hispalensem E Societate Jesuiesu

      Apud Haeredem Bartholomaei Zannetti, Rom 1627 Erstausgabe Goldgeprägter Lederband Sehr Ordentlich Text Latein. Trotz merklicher Altersspuren beeindruckender alter geprägter Original-Ledereinband mit guter Bindung auf 5 Bünden. Der Bund Kapital teilweise verloren, Kapitalband leicht verletzt. Geprägter Rückentitel farbunterlegt, Front- und Rückendeckel mit schöner Blindprägung. Abrieb und Läsuren Ecken, Schiebe-/Front-Kanten, kleine Verfärbungen, insgesamt aber sehr solide, eine sehr angenehme Patina. Buchblock weitestgehend unversehrt. 2 Vorsatzblätter mit kleinem, diskretem, altem Bibliotheksstempel, Schmutztitel, Titelblatt mit großer gestochener Vignette, Rotschwarzdruck, kleine Marginalie von alter Hand auf Titelblatt, 4 Blätter mit häßlichem, vom Kopfschnitt einlaufenden Randflecken (nicht bis Text), insgesamt vom Kopfschnitt her etwas randfleckig. Ansonsten weitestgehend durchgehend sauber, mit Kopfvignetten und ornamentalisierten Initialen, 1142 Seiten vierspaltig, auf gutem Papier, praktisch stockfleckenfrei, gedruckt, + \"Concordantiae Partium Invariabilium\" 204 vierspaltige Seiten. Ein Prachtwerk in noch sehr ordentlichem Zustand. +++ A genuine antiquarian latin concordance, solidly bound, hardly any foxing, slightly stained on the first pages, hardly on the text, wonderful patina, altogether good condition. 4.6 Kg. 26,5 x 34,5 Cm. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Bibel Konkordanz Fundstellen Bibelkonkordanz Alte Drucke Okkurenzen Worte Begriffe Namen Bibelstellen Kontext Parallelstellen Wortschatz Theologie

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        Eigentliche Abbildung der newen Fahrt, welche auß dem Rhein, unter Rheinberck biß in die Maeß, unter Venlo angefangen, und bereit biß an die Stadt Geldern, sampt 11. Forten fertig ist.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Abraham Hogenberg aus Fama Austriaca b. Enß, 1627, 21,5 x 30,5 Vgl. Hellwig 460; Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugeniana, S. 75, Nr. 3.3.2. - Karte des Kanals von Rheinberg über Geldern bis Venlo (Fossa Eugeniana). - Oben links Rollwerkskartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Beutelschneider/ Oder Neue/ wahrhaffte/ und eigentliche Beschreibung Der Diebs Historien. 2 vols.

      - Frankfurt, In Verlegung Wilhelmi Fitzers, 1627, 8°, (8), 644 PP., (8), 364 pp.; 2 Titel- und 7 Textkupfer, Pergamenteinband d.Zt.; 2 Textblätter faksimiliert, vereinzelt zarter Wasserrand, trotz der Mängel feines Exemplar. Sehr seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe; nicht zu verwechseln mit der von ULB Halle, als erste Ausgabe ausgewiesenen Ausgabe mit dem Imprint "Erstlich gedruckt zu Frankfurt/ 1627." (siehe Pon IIk 3854 (1/2)). - - Der Titel lautet: "Beutelschneider/ Oder Newe/ warhaffte/ und eigentliche Beschreibung Der Diebs Historien : Darinnen Der Beutelschneider/ Diebe/ und Rauber Arglistigkeit/ Verschlagenheit/ Bossen/ Rencke/ und Tücke/ auch was sie für wunderbarliche seltzame Diebsgriffe/ Practicken und Fündlein erdacht/ gebraucht/ unnd . in Franckreich gestifftet und begangen haben. In sonderlichen waarhafften Historien vor Augen gestellet .; Auß dem Frantzösischen in die Hochteutsche Sprach ubersetzt /" [François de Calvi] - - - und "Beutelschneyder. Das ist: Newe/ warhaffte und/ eygentliche Beschreybung der DiebsHistorien : Ander Theil. Darinnen der Beutelschneyder/ Diebe und Rauber arglistigkeit . gebraucht . In sonderlichen . Historien vor Augen gestellet . Itzunder erstlich auß dem Frantzösischen in die Teutsche Sprach ubersetzet". - - Zahlreiche Paginierungsfehler im 'Anderen Theil': 164 (172); 165 (173); 176 (168); 169 (177); 172 (180); 173 (181); 176 (184); 177 (185); 180 (188); 181 (189); 184 (192); 185 (193); 189 (197); 200 (100); 201 (101); 204 (104); 205 (105); 208 (108). - - François de Calvi Verf. ermittelt in: Holzmann-Bohatta. Bd. 1, S. 224 - - Bibliogr. Nachweis in : Bircher, Dt. Drucke des Barock, A 4070 - 4071; VD17 32:675036E , VD17 32:675037N [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In Libros Ruth, Esdrae, Nehemiae, Tobiae, Judith, Esther, Machabaeorum, Commentarij. Nunc Primum Prodeunt. Indicibus cum Locorum Scripturae, Regularum, & Prouerbiorum, formarumque prouerbialium, tum rerum memorabilum illustrati.

      Lyon, Jacobus Cardon et Petrus Cavellat 1627 - (12) 610 (45) p. Contemporary Vellum with title, Folio

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        Opuscula medica. Utili, iocundaque rerum varietate referta . cura & studio Henrici Gras.

      P. Ravaud,, Lyon, 1627 - Lyon, P. Ravaud, 1627. Kl.-4°. 11 n.n. Bl., 731 S., 16 n.n. Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. Pergamentband der Zeit. Hirsch-H. IV, 718. - Krivatsy 9376 (inkomplett). - Erste Ausgabe. - Enthält "Patholgiae universalis". - "Tractatus de morbis puerorum". - "Tractatus de morbsi virginum". - "Tractatus de morbis senum". - Ranchin (ca. 1565 - 1641) war Consul in Montpellier während des Pestzuges von 1629 und 1630. Er hat mit seinem privaten Vermögen das anatomische Theater, das G. Rondelet bauen liess, restauriert. - Titel gebräunt. Die ersten 50 Blatt mit Wasserrand. Ohne den fliegenden vorderen Vorsatz. Seite 557/8 am oberen Rand mit alt angesetztem Papierstreifen, dadurch ca. 2 Zeilen Textverlust. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tiid-Thresoor. Ofte Kort ende Bondich Verhael van den Standt der Kercken, Ende de VVereltlicke Regieringe, Vervatende een beschrijvinge van alle de Gedencvvaardichste Geschiedenissen over den gantschen Aertbodem, mitsgaders van de Successie der Pausen, Patriarchen, Bisschoppen, Concilien ofte Synoden, Geestelicke Ordens, Vermaerde Schrijvers, Ketters, Vervolgingen der Christenen, etc. Item van alle de Keysers, Coningen, Vorsten, Princen, Hertogen, Graven, etc. Alles beginnende vande Geboorte Iesu Christi, totten Jare 1627. Met groten vrijt uyt vele en verscheyden Historischrijvers by een vergadert tot op het Jaer 1200. Door D. Pavlvs Mervla I.C. Histori-Schrijver van de H.M. Heeren Staten Generael. Daer na door zijn Sone Gvilielmvs Mervla v

      Leyden, Jan Claesz. van Dorp 1627 - (15, portret) 1138 (58) p. Opnieuw gebonden half Leer met ribben, Folio (laatste pagina's register gebruind)

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        An Exposition vpon the Epistle to the Collossians. Wherein, not onely the text is Methodically Analysed, and the sence of the words, by the helpe of Writers both Ancient and Moderne is explayned. But also, By Doctrine and Vse, the intent of the Holy Ghost is in euery place more fully unfolded and urged. And besides, The very marrow of most Common-places is aptly diffused throughout the bodie of this Exposition, as the nature of this kind of Teaching would beare. And further, Many chiefe Cases of Conscience are here resolued. All with conuenient Varietie and Breuitie. Being, The substance of neere seuen yeeres Weeke-dayes Sermons. Corrected and amended.

      London, by William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter 1627 - (28) 179, (8) 90, (10) 202 (13) p. Contemporary Leather with ribbed back, Folio (the text is divided in 4 chapters, 3 of them begin with new pagination, the binding is still in very good condition, only the upper spine-end is slightly damaged) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Placcaet ende ordonnantie opte wapeninge ende manninge vande schepen, soo ter coopvaerdye als visscherije, uytte Vereenighde Nederlanden over zee varende. Including: [drop-title:] Instructie voor de Co[m]missarisen in 't Vlije ende inde Sont, omme opsicht te hebben op de uyt-varende ende inkommende oostersche schepen, en[de] Noordt-Drunt ende Noordt-Caep-vaerders.The Hague, widow and heirs of Hillebrant Jacobsz. van Wouw, 1627. 4to. With woodcut arms of the States General on title-page. Sewn without supports and not bound.

      Picarta (1 copy); WorldCat (same copy); cf. STCN (2 copies of 16 January 1627 ed.); Tiele, Pamfletten 2213; Wulp 2006. Second copy located of the only known edition of the third(?) revised version, promulgated on 17 March 1627, of a proclamation specifying the numbers, types and weights of cannons and other arms as well as the number of men and boys required for ships in various weight classes, covering (separately) both merchant ships and fishing ships (the latter would include whaling, though only herring fishery is explicitly mentioned). War with Spain had resumed at the end of the 12 Years' Truce in 1621, so that ships were always in danger of attack. An appendix, also dated 17 March 1627, gives instructions for the officials who were to oversee the Dutch shipping in the Øresund (between Denmark and Sweden) and the Vlie (between the islands off the coast of Friesland), as well as major centres elsewhere in the Netherlands. The only other copy we have located is in the Rotterdam Public Library.With a small worm hole through most leaves, a few faintly browned patches and one corner of 2 leaves torn off, not approaching the text. The sewing has come loose, so that the quires are no longer attached to each other. In good condition and trimmed only at the foot (and there only slightly).

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        Discours sur les medalles antiques Divisé en quatre parties Esquelles il EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, 1627. Fine. Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, à Paris 1627, In 4 (16,5x24cm), (28) 399pp. (25), relié. - First edition, rare. Brand of printer in the title page. Full Calf blond glossy contemporary. Back to nerves ornate. Part of title in red morocco. Triple fillet border on covers. Roll on turns and interior. Gilt edges. Split bits with various gaps in tail and head. Caps threadbare. Gaps between the nerve and the part of title. Notebooks quite yellowed. Corners bumped. Binding quality with many flaws, but still nice outfit. Very interesting study that stands out in this field through its interest in the subject and value of medals and coins, while the vast majority of studies deal mainly with effigies and figures. It is very precise and erudite on various alloys of lead and tin, and gold, among the Romans in particular, on the use of currencies and the system on which they are based. The approach of the book is much more than most archaeological works on the field, comparing, restoring both from different known that the literature on the field currencies. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, assez rare. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Roulette sur les coupes et intérieure. Tranches dorées. Mors fendus avec divers manques en queue et tête. Coiffes élimées. Manques entre le nerf et la pièce de titre. Cahiers assez jaunis. Coins émoussés. Reliure de qualité comportant de nombreux défauts, mais encore de belle tenue. Etude fort intéressante qui se distingue dans ce domaine par son intérêt quant à la matière et à la valeur des médailles et monnaies, alors que la grande majorité des études s'occupent essentiellement des effigies et figures. Elle se fait très précise et érudite sur les divers alliages de plomb et d'étain, et d'or, chez les romains en particulier, sur l'emploi des monnaies et le système sur lequel elles reposent. L'approche de l'ouvrage est donc beaucoup plus archéologique que la plupart des ouvrages sur le domaine, comparant, reconstituant, tant à partir des différentes monnaies connues que de la littérature sur le domaine.

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        La Neufme Part des Reports des diuers Resolutions & Iudgements donez sur solennes arguments & auec grand deliberation & conference des tresreuerends Iudges & Sages de la Ley, de cases en Ley [etc ] S T C 5517 Folio

      London: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1627. Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, some browning, else a good copy with the very occasional early annotation, well-margined; the Taussig copy An early edition of the ninth part of Coke's Reports, in whose preface he continues his discussion of the ancient laws of England, seeking to establish their pre-Conquest existence, particularly relying on Andrew Horne's "The Mirror of Justices

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        Autograph letter signed ("AHzFdl"; i.e., Albrecht, Duke of Friedland).

      Grabow, 12. XI. 1627. - Folio. 1 p. With address. To his confidant, the colonel (and later field marshal) Hans Georg von Arnim, dating from the time of their victorious advance on the Danes and the occupation of Mecklenburg, following Wallenstein's creation as Duke of Mecklenburg: "Dieweil der ob[erst] Hausman itzt zum herren reisen thuet als hab ich nochmahls den herren bitten wollen er wolle ein scharfe disciplin halten auf das die länder nicht ruinirt undt per consequens sie undt nacher die arme in desperacion gebracht. Von den steten als von Wismar vor die ubrige 4000 man von Rostock vor die 1000 pferdt von Strallsundt undt Stetin halte der herr die contribucion zusammen auf das wir sie zu dem gen. nothdürften gebrauchen köndten. Der herr lasse die stück aufs eheste zu Lubek oder was ihm gefallen wirdt giessen auf das wir sie auf den frieling gebrauchen können. [.] Die dänische . in der insel Rügen muß man sich starck fortificiren undt dieweils ein gutts landt ist solches desto sterker belegen [.]" ("As Colonel Hausmann is now travelling to you, I wanted to ask you once more to maintain sharp discipline so as to prevent the countries' ruin, which would throw them and later the poor into desperation. Keep a close grasp on the contributions and taxes from the towns, such as the 4000 men from Rostock and the 1000 horses from Stralsund and Stettin, so that we may use them in case of need. Have the artillery cast in Lübeck or wherever you wish as soon as possible so that the guns may be ready by spring. The island of Rügen must be strongly fortified ."). - Remains of a seal; clipping to edge.

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        Basilica S. S. Udalrici et Afrae Augustae Vindelicorum. Historice descripta atq aeneis figuris illustrata

      Augustae Vindelicorum Augsburg 1627 - 1627 First Edition. Contemporary full vellum. Quarto. pp[viii], 191. Title page nine plates (most folding) and 51 headpieces engraved in copper by Wolf Kilian after Matthias Kager. Light stains. Two early library stamps on title page. Covers slightly creased. Work on the basilica of St. Ulrich and Afra in Augsburg began in 1474 but wasn't completed until 1603. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Of the Nature and Use of Lots : A Treatise Historicall and Theologicall

      London : Printed by John Haviland, 1627-01-01. 2nd. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. Bound in modern fine leather. Gilt spine. 4 raised bands. Fine binding and cover. Late 18th-century armorial bookplate and signature of Sir Richard Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, 1st Baronet. Clean, unmarked pages with some toning. STC 11671; ESTC S102918. Originally published in 1619, Gataker’s landmark work on lotteries, provoked controversy for its alleged advocacy of the gambling and gaming. Using a great number of historical examples from the writers of antiquity and the Bible, he set out to distinguish the lot and casual events from divine lots. It was Gataker’s lenience towards lotteries for sport that drew the ire of his contemporaries, especially that of James Balmford. Balmford’s argument was the Puritan line that all lots were invoking the power of God, a stance that Gataker himself deplored, that therefore all lotteries were wrong. Gataker has the “distinction of being the first to suggest the employment of random-selection devices as a means of resolving the problem of indifferent choice in public policy situations” (Rescher, Studies in the History of Logic, 2006), a half-century prior to Pascal’s scientific treatise on probability and Fermat.

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        Forma Bonum Fragile Est : Einsidlen in Schweitz [Einsiedeln].

      [Frankfurt a. Main, Eberhard Kieser 1627].. Ansicht des Klosters und Umgebung (Siedlungspartien) in Original-Kupferradierung ('Kupferstich'; Blattgrösse 15 x 19 cm, Platte 10.3 x 14.8 cm, Sujet/Ansicht im gedruckten Rahmen 7.5 x 14.3 cm). Blatt marginal leicht stockfleckig (Sujet wenig sichtbar tangiert), in neueren Passepartout montiert. Gesamthaft recht gutes Exemplar in kräftigem Abzug, stellenweise mit feinem Plattenrand u. marginal zartem Plattenton.. Blatt 16 aus: Daniel Meisner et al., Thesauri Philopolitici Tomi Secundi, Pars Prima [od. oder 'Politisches Schatzkästleins Zweyten Buchs, Erster Theil', resp. Bd. 2.1; vgl. die digitalis. Version in BVB ). Die Ansichten des entspr. Bandes von 1638 der zweiten Auflage unter dem Titel 'Libellus Novus Politicus [..] Pars Tertia [..] Darinen [..] Stätt, Vestung, Schlösser und Flecken, so da ligen In Steyrmarck, Osterreich, Mährn, Böhmen, Elssas und Schweitzerlandt' trugen andere Nummern (vgl. ); beim Blatt 'C50', Einsiedeln, war zudem oben rechts das Wappen von Abt Ulrich Wittwiler (1535-1600) aufgenommen worden (vgl. dazu auch HBLS: von Wittenwil, Nr. 5). Dies womöglich als Würdigung seiner Verdienste um den Wiederaufbau des Klosters nach dem Brand von 1577. - Lit.: Achtnich/Staudenmann, Schweizer Ansichten 1477-1786, Bern 1978, p. 49; W. u. A. B. Oechslin, Die Kunstdenkmäler des Kantons Schwyz. NA Bd. III.II, Bern 2003, p. 43 u. p. 217 m. Abb. 193 von Version 1638; ebenso bei J. Eberle, Das alte Einsiedeln, 1984, p. 16 f. -- Das Blatt stellt eine der frühesten gedruckten Darstellungen des Klosters von Süden in der quasi alt-neuen Gestalt dar: "Bis zum Brand von 1577 war das Kloster noch ein romanisch-gotisches Bauwerk." (Eberle, p. 18). Eine Ansicht von Norden in der Chronik des Diebold Schilling von 1513 veranschaulicht diese frühere Architektur (vgl. Oechslin, p. 205, Abb. 187). "Der fünfte Stiftsbau, der [nach dem Brand] erfolgte, glich dem vorausgegangenen bis auf einige kleine Abweichungen." (L. Birchler, Die Einsiedler Stiftskirche und ihr Architekt Bruder Caspar Moosbrugger. Augsburg 1924, p. 2). Die Darstellung des Dorfes als Staffage ist dagegen gem. Oechslin frei gestaltet (p. 217). - Die der damaligen Aktualität nicht mehr völlig entsprechende Zeichnung des Klosters durch Meisner/Kieser dürfte weitgehend von einem Kupferstich aus dem Jahre 1597, ausgeführt von Heinrich Stacker, inspiriert sein. Bereits unter Abt Ulrichs Nachfolger, Augustin I. Hofmann, Abt von 1600 bis 1629, wurden z.B. als augenfälligste Um- und Neubauten schon um 1611 ein neuer "Glockenturm auf dem Kirchendach über der Gnadenkapelle [und] ein runder Turm an der nordöstlichen Ecke der Klostermauer", das sog. Salztürmlein, errichtet (Oechslin, p. 217 u. 219). 1612 war ausserdem "der südliche Turmhelm heruntergestürzt. Der südliche Turm wurde im gleichen Jahr repariert, wenig später dann jedoch erneuert. Damals erhielt er seinen auf verschiedenen Ansichten erkennbaren barocken Helm." (Oechslin p. 219; vgl. dazu die beiden Abbildungen in P. Albert Kuhn, Der jetzige Stiftsbau Maria-Einsiedeln, 2. Aufl. 1913, p. 13 u. 17). - Die vorliegende Ansicht zeigt mit einer gewissen Authentizität das Erscheinungsbild des Klosters um das Jahr 1600. Abt Augustins Amtsnachfolger waren danach ihrerseits mit mehr oder weniger bedeutenden Renovationen, Um- und Neubauten beschäftigt, so dass das Fürstliche Stift Maria Einsiedeln als Work in Progress im 17. Jahrhundert ohnehin nur für relativ kurze Phasen einen abgeschlossenen Zustand darbot. Diese Dauerbaustelle "führte dazu, dass man in Einsiedeln im Jahre 1702 beschloss, unter vollständigem Abbruch des alten Klosters, den heutigen, sechsten Stiftsbau zu errichten." (Eberle, p. 17). "1703 begann der Neubau des Klosters nach dem Plane des Einsiedler Laienbruders Caspar Moosbrugger, den die Einsiedler Klostertradition von jeher als den Hauptarchitekten bezeichnete. [..] Vorläufiger Abschluss der Arbeiten am Kloster 1717. [..] 1719 Beginn des Kirchenbaues nach neuen, ganz andern Plänen." (etc.; Birchler p. 3; einlässlich und ausführlich dazu Kuhn, Kap. 3, Der Bau der Stiftskirche 1719-1735 u. Kap. 4, Der Ausbau des Stiftes 1734-1770).

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        Austria Archiducatus,

      Amsterdam, 1627 - 32x49 cm unkolorierter Kupferstich, Blatt 56x44cm, Stich 32x49 cm, Blatt stark gebräunt, fleckig, randlädiert und am Bug an mehreren Stellen eingerissen, Rückseite mit Bleistift beschriftet Sprache: Deutsch

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        Basilica SS. Udalrici Et Afrae Augustae Vindelicorum

      Aperger, Augsburg 1627 - Basilica SS. Udalrici Et Afrae Augustae Vindelicorum ; Historicè descripta atq[ue] aeneis figuris illustrata. Cum breui Chronico eiusdem ab Anno C. 46. usque ad nostra Tempora / Auctore Bernardo Hertfelder. - Augustae Vindelicorum : Aperger, 1627. - 4 Bl., 191 S., 7 gef. Bl., 2 Bl. : zahlr. Ill. (Kupferst.). 30 x 20 cm. Pergamentband mit 2 goldgeprägten Superexlibris und Randverzierung auf Vorder- und Rückseite. - Gestochener Titel, 9 Kupfertafeln, 51 Textkupfer sowie gedr. Initialen und Schlussvignetten. 9 Stiche von Wolfgang Kilian (1581 - 1662), davon 4 nach Johann Matthias Kager (1575 - 1634). 1 Stich der Gesamtanlage von Daniel Manasser. - Aus dem Nachlass des Kunsthistorikers Eberhard Hempel (Sammlungsstempel auf Vorsatz). /Bibliotheksschild sowie Nr. von Hand auf Rücken, Bibliotheksstempel auf Titel, 2 Kupfertafeln mit hinterlegtem Riss, 1 Tafel mit 4 Einrissen im Falz, alte Nummern und Notizen auf Vorsatz und Titel, Einband alters- und gebrauchspurig, innen nur leicht fleckig, Kupferstiche in frischen, kräftigen Drucken/ - Die Chronik und Beschreibung der sakralen Kunstschätze ab dem Jahr 46 nach Christi von Bernhard Hertfelder, der von 1632/1635 - 1664 Abt des Klosters St. Ulrich und Afra in Augsburg war.

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      - Y LAS DEMAS COsas tocantes a ella, conforme al Misal Romano, vltimamente reformado por la Santidade de Clemente VIII. COMPVESTO, Y ORDENADO por mandado del Ilmo. S. D. Andres Pacheco, Inquisidor General, y Obispo de Cuenca, &c. POR EL LICENCIADO IVAN de Bustamante, Maestro de Ceremonias de su Señoria Ilustrissima, Examinador General de su Obispado, y Cura de las villas de Cañueruelas, Alcobujate, y Santauer. Impresso cõ licencia, y Preuilegio En Burgos por Pedro de Huydobr Año de. 1627. Acosta de Iuan Rodriguz de Arroyo librero. In 8º (de 14x9 cm) com [viii], 251, [xxiv] fólios. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível com vestígios de atilhos. Belo brasão heráldico do autor gravado na folha de rosto. Segundo Palau, que não regista esta edição, a primeira saiu em 1622. Location/localizacao: Sala 2

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        The History of Great Britaine, Under the Conquests of ye Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans. Their Original Manners, Habits, Warres, Coines, and Seals, with the Successions, Lines, Acts, and Issues of the English Monarchs, from Iulius Caesar, to our most gratious Soveraigne King James

      London: Sold by George Humble. 1627., 1627. FINELY BOUND SECOND EDITION. Demy Folio (44 x 29cm). pp. 155 - 921, also with proeme , summary and index. Including many illustrations and genealogical tables. Not including maps, published separately in the Second Edition ('The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'). With title page, but lacking frontispiece. In new Atkinson's full brown mottled calf, with delicate tooling to boards, raised bands, and gilt titles to black morocco label on spine. Minor repairs to p. 165 and p. 820; p. 191 top corner torn; large tear to p. 283; burn mark to p. 771; small nick extends from pp. 812 - 17; pagination miss-printed on p. 319, 361-4, 536, 556, 581, 638, 759, 835 and 841; small pieces torn from p. 851; minor tears to p. 889. Some marginal notes in neat black ink to index. Summary and index un-paginated. Inscribed to prelims and final page: 'Elizabeth Martin, her Booke'. First published in 1611, and re-issued in this second edition in 1623. A splendid, sumptuously bound show piece containing a good copy of an important historical document. The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature vol. 1: p. 2238

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      Claude Cramoisy Paris. 1627. Pergamino. 16h+786Pág+7h+354Pág+6h+17grabados de una extrema belleza a toda pagina. 19X13. Leve polilla. Clasica Obra de Ovidio imprimiendose en multitud de veces y formas la qual se han hecho versiones tan espectaculares como la de Picasso entre muchisimas mas. Muy rara obra y antigua logicamente. Ref 30 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Muy bien.

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        Lippstadt. Abriß der Belegrung ( Belagerung ) der Statt Lippe und wie solche den z novembris mit Accord Kön. Mayt. in Spanin ist vergeben worden Anno 1623. Kupferstich anonym aus Bellus

      Westfalia picta IV, Nr. 184, Lippstadt. 1627 - 26x30 cm, Kupferstich, Blatt 33x8,5 cm, 1 Falte, Ränder angestaubt, sonst sauberes Blatt . Sprache: de

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        Eigentliche Abbildung der newen Fahrt, welche auß dem Rhein, unter Rheinberck biß in die Maeß, unter Venlo angefangen, und bereit biß an die Stadt Geldern, sampt 11. Forten fertig ist.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Abraham Hogenberg aus Fama Austriaca b. Enß, 1627, 21,5 x 30,5 Vgl. Hellwig 460; Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugeniana, S. 75, Nr. 3.3.2. - Karte des Kanals von Rheinberg über Geldern bis Venlo (Fossa Eugeniana). - Oben links Rollwerkskartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Delle merauiglie del mondo per lui vedute. Del costume di varij paesi, & dello stranio viuer di quelli. De la descrittione de diuersi animali. Del trouar dell'oro, & del' argento. Delle pietre pretiose. Cosa non meno vtile, che bella. Di nuou ristampato, & osseruato l'ordine suo vero nel dire

      Venice & Trevigi: Angelo Righettini, 1627. Hardcover. Near Fine. 8vo. [16.5 x 10.5]. 128 pp. including title and full-page woodcut of Polo. Bound in 18th C tree-calf with spine in five decorative compartments. Foxing and marginal waterstain to title, light foxing to first and last quires, marginal dye-staining to scattered leaves. Generally good, internally a very clean copy. Scarce early 17th C Italian-language edition of Marco Polo's Travels-"the most widely read" version of this classic travelogue, reprinted from the first published Italian text of Polo's masterwork (Venice 1496). While the Venetian explorer's tale was first circulated in a French-language manuscript, and was initially printed in German (1477), it was the edition in the so-called "Venetian dialect" that was most influential. According to Printing and the Mind of Man, "it is probable that the Italian text was the most widely read by the Mediterranean navigators and traders whose adventurousness so greatly extended our knowledge of the globe" (p. 23). "Marco Polo provided Europe with the most comprehensive and authoritative account of the East produced before 1550" (Lach). Additionally, from the standpoint of Italian literature, Olschki notes "the universal value of his book, the first text of an Italian author written in the vernacular to pass, in various languages, beyond the confines of its native land" (Marco Polo's Asia). In 1271 Marco Polo journeyed overland from Venice to northwestern China in the company of his father and uncle. The Italians spent the next twenty years based in Shantung at the court of Kublai Khan, traveling widely throughout the region as ambassadors before eventually returning to Venice in 1295. Not long after returning from the East, Polo was imprisoned by the Genoese after the Venetians' defeat at Curzola Bay, and it was while in prison that he dictated details of his travels to his fellow inmate Rustichello, a Pisan author of popular romances. Rustichello treated Polo's tale like his other epics, transcribing it in Old French generously sprinkled with Italianisms. The present Righettini edition is illustrated with a full-page woodcut on the verso of the Letter to the Reader, depicting Polo surrounded by four other men as he gestures to his works. The woodcut is possibly a restrike of the woodcut Righettini used for his much smaller (57 ff.) 1590 edition; if not, it appears in the present edition for the first time (see Yule). * Smithsonian (1611 ed.); Bell Library (1620 ed.); Cordier, Sinica, 1971 (mistakenly placing woodcut "hors texte"); Brunet III.1405 (no collation); Yule, The Book of Ser Marco Polo, pp. 560-3 (26-13); PMM 39 (1496 Italian ed.); Lach I.1.34-38

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        Il passaggio di Venere sul sole dell'8 - 9 dicembre 1874 osservato a Muddapur nel Bengala. -

      In - 4. Legatura originale in tela marrone, titolo impresso in oro sul piatto superiore. Con 13 tavole litografiche f.t., 3 ripiegate e 8 stampate a colori. (8), 119 pp. Edizione originale di questa non comune relazione. Il primo a calcolare il transito di Venere tra la Terra e il Sole fu Giovanni Keplero nel 1627 e questo raro avvenimento, che si ripete due volte a breve distanza di tempo ma solo ogni 110 anni all?incirca (l?ultimo è del 2012 e il prossimo sarà nel 2117), è sempre stato sfruttato per importanti osservazioni astronomiche. Il passaggio del 1875 non era visibile in Europa, per cui l?Italia organizzò una significativa spedizione scientifica in India diretta dall?astrofisico modenese Tacchini, spedizione che si distinse in particolare per l?utilizzo della nuova tecnica spettroscopica. First edition of a scarce work. The first to calculate the transit of Venus was Kepler in 1627 and this rare event, which happens twice within a few years time but then over a century goes by before it occurs again, has always been used for important astronomical observations. The transit of 1875 was not visible in Europe, therefore a group of Italian scientist led by Tacchini went to India. «The principal aim of this expedition was to make extremely accurate observations of the contacts of the disk of Venus with the limb of the sun by using the spectroscope» (DSB XIII, 232). With 13 lithograph plates, 3 folding, 8 printed in colour. Orig. cloth slightly worn.

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        Eygentliche und vollkommene Historische Beschreibung des Niderländischen Kriegs (Band 1 von 2).

      Amsterdam, Janson, 1627.. Darinn nicht allein auszführlich angezeigt, was sich denckwürdiges vom Jahr 1560. biss auff 1620. Zugetragen: Sondern auch deroselben Länder, Art, Eygenschafft, Herschung: Ingleichen auch, was sich in Franckreich, Engelland, Ober Teutschland, Ungarn, Böheim, und anderstwo begeben, ordentlich beschrieben und erzehlet wird. Mit gestochenem Titel, 47 gestochenen Portraits, 1 doppelblattgrossen Karte, 2 Blatt, 1152 Seiten, 26 Blatt, schwarzer Lederband der Zeit, 36 x 23 cm,. Der erste Band dieser erste Amsterdamer Ausgabe der mehrfach verlegten und erweiterten Chronik der niederländischen Befreiungskriege enthält die Ereignisse bis zum Jahre 1605. 1630 und 1640 erschienen noch zwei weitere nicht mehr von Meteren selbst herausgegebene Folgebände.

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        Of the Nature and Use of Lots : A Treatise Historicall and Theologicall

      London : Printed by John Haviland 1627 - 4to. Bound in modern fine leather. Gilt spine. 4 raised bands. Fine binding and cover. Late 18th-century armorial bookplate and signature of Sir Richard Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, 1st Baronet. Clean, unmarked pages with some toning. STC 11671; ESTC S102918. Originally published in 1619, Gataker?s landmark work on lotteries, provoked controversy for its alleged advocacy of the gambling and gaming. Using a great number of historical examples from the writers of antiquity and the Bible, he set out to distinguish the lot and casual events from divine lots. It was Gataker?s lenience towards lotteries for sport that drew the ire of his contemporaries, especially that of James Balmford. Balmford?s argument was the Puritan line that all lots were invoking the power of God, a stance that Gataker himself deplored, that therefore all lotteries were wrong. Gataker has the ?distinction of being the first to suggest the employment of random-selection devices as a means of resolving the problem of indifferent choice in public policy situations? (Rescher, Studies in the History of Logic, 2006), a half-century prior to Pascal?s scientific treatise on probability and Fermat. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chilias logarithmorum ad totidem numerous rotundos, praemissa demonstration legitima ortus logarithmorum eorumque usus ... [Bound with:] Supplementum chiliadis logarithmorum, continens praecepta de eorum usu.Marburg: Caspar Chemlin, 1624-1625.

      First edition of Kepler's logarithmic tables, the basis of his monumental Rudolphine Tables, constructed by means of his own original method. Of the greatest rarity, especially complete with the correction leaf and the second part, which gives examples of the application of logarithms and details of their construction. Only one other copy of this work has appeared at auction in the past fifty years.<br/><br/> <i>Provenance</i>: The Earls of Macclesfield, Shirburn Castle, with engraved bookplate, shelf-mark on front pastedown, and blind-stamped Macclesfield crest on blank margins of first three leaves. <br/><br/> It was through the use of these tables that Kepler was able to complete his monumental <i>Tabulae Rudolphinae</i> (1627), the superiority of which "constituted a strong endorsement of the Copernican system, and insured the tables' dominance in the field of astronomy throughout the seventeenth century" (Norman). But logarithms played an even more important role in Kepler's astronomical work, since without them he may never have discovered his third law of planetary motion. Kepler discovered this law early in 1618, at the same time that he first had access to tables of logarithms (see below). Moreover, his initial formulation of the third law was (to use modern terminology) in terms of a log-log plot, rather than the more familiar terms of squared periods and cubed distances: "The proportion between the periodic times of any two planets is precisely one and a half times the proportion of the mean distances" (<i>Werke</i> VI, 302). "In a sense, logarithms played a role in Kepler's formulation of the Third Law analogous to the role of Apollonius' conics in his discovery of the First Law, and with the role that tensor analysis and Riemannian geometry played in Einstein's development of the field equations of general relativity. In each of these cases we could ask whether the mathematical structure provided the tool with which the scientist was able to describe some particular phenomenon, or whether the mathematical structure effectively selected an aspect of the phenomena for the scientist to discern" (Brown, p. 555).<br/><br/> After painstakingly extracting from the observational data of Tycho Brahe his first two laws of planetary motion around 1605 (first published in <i>Astronomia nova</i>, 1609), there followed a period of more than twelve years during which Kepler searched for further patterns or regularities in the data. "Then, as Kepler later recalled, on the 8th of March in the year 1618, something marvelous 'appeared in my head'. He suddenly realized that <i>The proportion between the periodic times of any two planets is precisely one and a half times the proportion of the mean distances...</i> why, after twelve years of struggle, [did] this way of viewing the data suddenly 'appear in his head' early in 1618? ... It seems as if a purely mathematical invention, namely logarithms, whose intent was simply to ease the burden of manual arithmetical computations, may have led directly to the discovery/formulation of an important physical law, i.e., Kepler's third law of planetary motion ... Kepler announced his Third Law in <i>Harmonices Mundi</i>, published in 1619, and also included it in his <i>Ephemerides</i> of 1620. The latter was actually dedicated to Napier, who had died in 1617. The cover illustration showed one of Galileo's telescopes, the figure of an elliptical orbit, and an allegorical female (Nature?) crowned with a wreath consisting of the Napierian logarithm of half the radius of a circle. It has usually been supposed that this work was dedicated to Napier in gratitude for the 'shortening of the calculations', but Kepler obviously recognized that it went deeper than this, i.e., that the Third Law is purely a logarithmic harmony" (Brown, p. 555). Kepler further illustrated the importance he attached to logarithms in the famous frontispiece to <i>Tabulae Rudolphinae</i> (which he designed himself): one of the muses standing on the temple is 'Logarithmica', and in her halo shines the number 69314.72 (100,000 times the natural logarithm of the number 2).<br/><br/> "Kepler first saw Napier's tables [<i>Mifirici logarithmorum canonis description</i>, 1614] in the spring of 1617, but he examined them only superficially at that time. Not until 1619 did Kepler have a copy of Napier's tables, but by then he was more familiar with the logarithms in a book of 1618 by Benjamin Ursinus [<i>Trigonometria logarithmica</i>], his former assistant at Prague and Linz, who had adapted Napier's logarithms, abbreviating the tabular data to two places. The value and significance of the new tables now became clear to Kepler" (Belyi, p. 655). "However, he was not content simply to accept the new mechanical aid as he found it. Napier, in his work, had simply presented the tables of numbers without stating how his logarithms were to be computed. So in the first instance his "wonderful canon" must have operated like a magic trick. In fact, in the beginning, mathematicians as serious as Maestlin mistrusted the new aid to calculation. Was it permissible for a rigorous mathematician to utilize numerical tables about whose construction he knew nothing? Was there not danger that employing them might lead to false conclusions, even if the calculation was proved to agree in many cases? When Kepler, during his visit to Württemberg in 1621, discussed these questions with Maestlin, the latter even ventured so far as to observe "it is not seemly for a professor of mathematics to be childishly pleased about any shortening of the calculations." Kepler differed. He wanted to prove and interpret the new aid to calculation by solid methods and subsequently calculate logarithms himself. <br/><br/> "In the winter of 1621-1622 he carried out his plan and composed a book about the subject in which he again demonstrated his fine mathematical instinct. The work was an achievement completely independent of Napier's" (Caspar, <i>Kepler</i>, pp. 308-9). By this time Kepler had received a copy of the work in which Napier described how to construct his logarithms, <i>Mirifici logarithmorum canonis constructio</i> (1619), but he had decided on his own method of construction. "Whereas Napier had approached the logarithms of numbers on the basis of geometrical or, so to speak, kinematical considerations (two points are in linear and parallel motion, one moving uniformly from zero and the other slowing down at a rate proportional to its distance from the end point of the motion), Kepler starts from a purely arithmetic basis ... Kepler writes that for him logarithms were not associated "inherently with categories of trajectories, or lines of flow, or any other perceptible qualities, but (if one may say so) with categories of relationship and qualities of thought"." (Belyi, p. 656). As Gronau (p. 8) states, Kepler was the first to introduce the natural logarithm as a function in the modern sense. He started with the functional equation for the logarithm, <i>L(xy) = L(x) + L(y)</i>, and solved it in a constructive way to compute the values of the logarithm. <br/><br/> "The printing of the logarithm book has an unusual history. Kepler sent the completed manuscript to Maestlin to have it printed in Tübingen. But Maestlin was not interested and postponed the matter. It took considerable effort on the part of Kepler's friend, William Schickard, to get the manuscript back from Maestlin. When this was finally successful in September 1623, Kepler had just been requested by Landgrave Philip of Hesse-Butzbach to remove certain objections in the carrying out of logarithmic calculation. Therefore, he felt obliged to leave the printing of the work to this prince, to whom it is dedicated, and to leave it to him whether he wanted to order it printed in Tübingen under Schikard's guidance or whether he had some fit person in Frankfurt, who would correct carefully, "because there are lovely types there." Thereupon, Kepler heard nothing further about his opus until, to his great astonishment, he read in the catalogue of the 1624 autumn fair that it had appeared. The Landgrave had had it printed in Marburg without getting in touch with Kepler again" (Caspar, pp. 309-10). Although paginated continuously, the Supplement was published independently the following year, and is not always present. Both Caspar and Zinner give separate references. <br/><br/> With the help of his logarithms Kepler quickly completed the calculation of the Rudolphine Tables. They were ready in December 1623, but publication took a further four years. <br/><br/> Caspar 74 & 75; Cinti 75 (first part only and with the note: 'a quest'opera doveva sequire un supplement nel 1625'); Parkinson, <i>Breakthroughs</i>, p. 72; Zinner 4983 & 5007. Yu. A. Belyi, 'Johannes Kepler and the development of mathematics', pp. 643-660 in A. Beer and P. Beer (eds), <i>Kepler: Four Hundred Years</i>, 1975. K. Brown, Reflections on Relativity, 2015. D. Gronau, 'The logarithms - from calculation to functional equations,' pp. 1-8 in II <i>Österreichiches Symposium zur Geschichte der Mathematik</i>, Neuhofen an der Ybbs, 1989.. 4to, pp. [1-2] 3-55, [56-108]; [2], 113-116, [2], 121-216, with one folding table and numerous woodcut diagrams in text. Contemporary calf (joints repaired)

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        Archidipno, overo dell'insalata, e dell'uso di essa... -

      Venezia, Brogiollo, 1627.In - 4. Cartonatura rustica originale. Grande e decorativo stemma inc. in rame sul frontespizio. (16), 426 (recte 436), (2) pp.; lievi aloni marginali verso la fine, e antico timbro nobiliare sul frontespizio; buon esemplare intonso. Prima edizione della prima opera interamente dedicata all?insalata, di sorprendente attualità ed interesse. E? divisa in 68 capitoli in cui Massonio, medico e letterato nato a l?Aquila, descrive i vari tipi di insalata e le diverse verdure che si possono utilizzare per l?insalata (rucola, lattuga, indivia, cicoria, asparagi, finocchi, fave, piselli, fagioli, cavolo, tartufo, ed anche della frutta); dà inoltre moltissime ricette sia classiche che proprie, descrive l?uso dei vari ingredienti e condimenti (olio d?oliva, aceto, sale, pepe, limoni, aranci, aglio, cipolla, capperi, basilico, origano, rosmarino, valeriana), e fornisce utili informazioni sul modo di servirla. Il trattato contiene anche una notevole quantità di notizie storiche, scientifiche, e mediche ed al principio c?è un interessante elenco degli autori nominati nell?opera (quasi 100), tra cui Apuleio, Apicio, Aristotele, Avicenna, Brasavola, Cicerone, Galeno, Cardano, Omero, Ippocrate, Marsilio Ficino, Mattioli, Palladio, Petronio, Pitagora, Platone, Plinio, Plutarco, Socrate, Vitruvio. L?unica eccezione al tema vegetariano è il garum, la tipica salamoia di pesce dell?antica Roma. Simon, Bibl. Gastronomica, 1023. Bitting 315. BING 1266. Westbury 146. Krivatsy 7547. Wellcome 4118. First edition of the first book on salad. In 68 chapters it deals with all kinds of salads and many vegetables, discussing a great number of recipes and dressings, and including interesting historical and medical information. Old stamp on title, and a light marginal damp - stain towards end; a good, large and uncut copy in original boards.

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        Grammatica Ebraea generalis. Cum Duplice indice, altero librorum & capitum, altero vocum omnium ebraicarum.

      Joannis de Tournes [Geneve, Jean de Tournes], 1627.. Petit in-8, plein velin ivoire a petits rabats (reliure de l'epoque), (16), 317 p., (83) p. de tables et errata, vignette de titre a la marque de l'imprimeur (cotes et cachets de bibliotheque). Seconde edition augmentee de deux index. Texte et caracteres latin et hebreu. Juge "tres exacte" par ses contemporains, systematique, innovante en matiere de recherche sur la prononciation, cette grammaire contribua a repandre l'etude de l'hebreu et a en fixer la syntaxe et la prononciation. Celebre orientaliste et philologue, Thomas Erpen ou Erpenius (1584-1624), devint professeur a l'universite de Leiden, il maitrisait l'arabe, le grec, l'hebreu, le turc et l'ethiopien. Sa reputation etait etablie a travers toute l'Europe savante. Bien que tres sollicite, il ne voulut jamais quitter son pays natal. (Fürst, I, 248. Steinschneider, 'Catalogus librorum hebraeorum in bibliotheca Bodleiana', 569). Quelques rousseurs, leg. defraichi. Exemplaire bien relie en velin a l'epoque..

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        The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia ? Now the Sixth Time published with some New additions

      London: Printed by W.S. for Simon Waterson, 1627. "Sixth" printing, but actually the eighth edition, counting Edinburgh and Dublin printings. Title within woodcut border. [8], 676 (i.e., 576], 541-564, 601-624 pp. 1 vols. Small folio. 18th-century calf, rebacked and corners repaired, new endpapers. Slight staining and browning toward the rear, otherwise a very good, crisp copy, complete, with the preliminary blank. With Beling's Sixth Book and Alexander's Supplement Printed for the First Time The "new additions" include Sir William Alexander's reconstruction of the lost ending to Book II (pp. 327-346), and Richard Beling's concluding Sixth book (pp. 483-519), both printed here with Arcadia for the first time. Also included are Certaine Sonnets, The Defence of Poesie, Astrophel and Stella, and the May Day Masqe. With two early ownership inscriptions on the preserved front free endpaper.

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        The Martyrs of Japan.

      [France]: 1627. - Single sheet, float mounted and framed (sheet size: 6 5/8 x 4 ½ inches; framed size: 11 ¾ x 9 ½ inches). Extremely fine etching of the Martyrs of Japan, with faint but visible thread lines and a watermark of an anchor, signed and identified within the plate. Provenance: With the collector's mark of Robert Hartshorne (d. 1945) on the verso (Lugt 2215b), his sale, October 1945, Parke-Bernet. First edition, first state (of 2). L. 594. M. 155. A strong impression of Callot's famous depiction of the 26 Christian martyrs of Japan, produced on the occasion of their beatification. The martyrs are displayed on crosses, their sides pierced by a lance. In the foreground on the left is a man on a horse; to the right there are soldiers sitting in the shade. In the sky, cherubim are guided by St. John the Baptist, preparing palms and crows for the martyrs. In the left corner within the plate it is signed "Callot fec." Along the bottom margin it reads, "Le Pourtraict des premier 23 Martire mis en Croix par la predicaon. de la S. foy au Giappon | soubs l'Empe Taicosam en la Cité de Mongasachi, de lordre des freres mineurs Observantin de S. Francois." " [Emperor] Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1537-90) who had unified the country [Japan] in 1587, had suddenly issued an order to expel all foreign missionaries. Because Hideyoshi formerly had shown a favorable attitude towards the Kirishitan [Japanese Christian converts], this turn in policy after he had brought the country under a unified regime came like a bolt out of the blue. The town of Nagasaki was confiscated and put under the government's direct control. The expulsion order was not strictly followed, however, it forced the missionaries to avoid activities that might catch the public eye "In 1593 the Governor of the Philippines sent a group with the Franciscan friar Pedro Baptista (1545-97) as ambassadors to Japan. They met with Hideyoshi and received permission to build a monastery in Kyoto, while they were in Japan. While he was negotiating, Baptista was busy doing missionary work claiming that the expulsion order was issued against the Society of Jesus and, therefore, did not concern the Franciscan Order. At this time the Pope in Rome acknowledged the exclusive right of the Society of Jesus to do mission work in Japan. As a consequence, a confrontation began between the Society of Jesus that was under the patronage of the Portuguese monarch and the Franciscans and other mendicant orders who were under the patronage of the Spanish monarch. "Just at that time, in 1596, the Spanish ship San Felipe on a voyage from Manila to Mexico encountered a typhoon and became stranded at Tosa, the island of Shikoku. Hideyoshi, in need of resources for his Korean adventure, seized the rich cargo of the San Felipe. However, seizure of the ship's cargo was unlawful in terms of the Japan-Spain friendship treaty concluded between Hideyoshi and Baptista. In order to turn it into a lawful action Hideyoshi renewed his order to expel the foreign missionaries in 1587 and ordered that the leaders of the Kirishitan in Kyoto and Osaka be executed. "As a consequence of this, six priests and brothers, including Baptista, together with fourteen of their helpers, were arrested in Kyoto. In Osaka three members of the Society of Jesus were arrested, and this brought the total number of those arrested to twenty-four. They had their ears cut off and were sent off to Nagasaki after they had been paraded through the streets of Kyoto, Osaka, and Sakai as a warning. On their way there they were joined by two more. They were all crucified at Nishizaka in Nagasaki, on 5 February 1597. This is known as the martyrdom of the twenty-six Japanese Saints" (Mullins, ed., pp. 10-11). Callot "was one of the first great artists to practice the graphic arts exclusively. His innovative series of prints documenting the horrors of war greatly influenced the socially conscious artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. "Callot's career was divided into an [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Jiangxi Province. Cloud County (Set of 4)(Chinese Edition)(Old-Used) JIANG XI SHENG YUN DOU XIAN ZHI ( TAO ZHUANG QUAN 4 CE )

      hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover Pages Number: 1627 Language: Chinese. Jiangxi Province. Cloud County (Set 4) allows us a more nuanced understanding of Jiangxi Province. Cloud County District all aspects of society. the Social History of the important information to help in prosperity in History! Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        MANOSCRITTI recante il titolo "De Conscribendarum Epistolarum Ratione Opuscola in gratiam Juventutis Veronensis Politioris Literaturae "."

      n.d., [inizio XVII sec.], S.l. - in-8 (mm. 210x155), cc 41, leg. carta dec. secentesca. Il manoscritto si suddivide in 4 parti: Pars prima de Epistolis in genere (14 capitoli); Pars altera de Epistolis in specie (sectio prima); De Epistolis ad genus iudiciale spectantibus (sectio secunda); De Epistolis ad genus deminstrativa spectantibus (sectio tertia). Vi sono raccolti complessivamente più di 60 esempi di lettere. Le epistole, nelle varie forme, sono espresse con testo latino o italiano. Il possibile autore del manoscritto è il letterato veneziano Angelo Gabriele (o Gabrielis) come si evince dalla c.41 recto: "Et hac sufficiant exempla. apud Abbate Angelu Gabriele Patritiu Veronen. a Georgio Valentino Venetiis 1627 impressu". Dalle nostre ricerche bibliografiche non vi è alcuna redazione a stampa del manoscritto per opera dello stampatore Giorgio Valentino di Venezia (attivo nei primi decenni del Seicento). Cicogna p.522, n.400 cita un'orazione scritta da Gabrieli in lode dello Zeno. Soranzo 7045. [MM18-319]

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        De imitatione Christi, libri quatuor, denuo ad fidem autographi anni MCCCCXLI recensiti: Cum vita eiusdem Thomae, per Heribertum Rosweydum, SJ.

      Antwerpen, Officina Plantiniana 1627.. 7,5 x 5 cm. 395 S. mit Titelholzschn. Reichlich ornamental goldgepr. Leder mit Ganzgoldschnitt. (Einband leicht berieben und mit kl. Einriß, sonst insgesamt guter Zustand). Auflage:0.

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        Panstratiae catholicae. Tomus Quartus. De sacramentis. Genf, Roverian 1626. Fol. 4 Bll., 696 S., 18 Bll., mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel, blindgepr. Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Graesse II, 113 - vgl. VD17 12:113481G (nur Ausg. 1627).- Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten.- Vierter Band (von 4).- Daniel Chamier (1564-1621) war Vorsitzender der meisten reformierten Nationalsynoden und konfessionellen Verhandlungen in Frankreich. ?He headed the French Protestants in the reign of Henri IV and, according to Antoine Varillas (1626?1696) the French historian, drew up the Edict of Nantes. His magnum opus, the ,Catholica Panstratia?, or the wars of the Lord, is one of the most important published collections of controversies between the Protestant and Papists?.- Leicht gebräunt, tls. etw. braunfleckig od. wasserrandig, Ebd. fleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Briefe Exposition with Notes vpon the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians.

      London, George Miller, for George Vincent 1627. (6) 307 (1) p. Rebound Leather with ribbed back and richly decorated with stamps, 4° (the corners of the final page are torn, though not affecting the text. William Sclater 1575-1626, was an English clergyman and controversialist. Besides several volumes of sermons, Sclater was author of four exegetical and other works, which were published posthumously under the editorship of his son.).

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Beschießung der Pfaffenmütz i.J. 1623.

      . Kupferstich v. Abraham Hogenberg aus Fama Austriaca b. Enß, 1627, 25 x 28,5. Vgl. Hellwig 449; Brodesser 15. - Zeigt die Insel Pfaffenmütz im Rhein sowie die Mündung der Sieg in den Rhein. - Im Vordergrund Stadtansicht von Grau-Rheindorf. - Am oberen linken Rand Stadtansicht von Troisdorf-Bergheim. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        In Libros Ruth, Esdrae, Nehemiae, Tobiae, Judith, Esther, Machabaeorum, Commentarij. Nunc Primum Prodeunt. Indicibus cum Locorum Scripturae, Regularum, & Prouerbiorum, formarumque prouerbialium, tum rerum memorabilum illustrati.

      Lyon, Jacobus Cardon et Petrus Cavellat 1627. (12) 610 (45) p. Contemporary Vellum with title, Folio.

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        A Generall Historie of the Netherlands - Newly Renewed, Corrected, and Supplied with Sundrie Necessary Observations Omitted in the First Impression By Ed Grimestone - Continued from the Years 1608 to the Yeare of Our Lord 1627 By William Crosse

      Adam Islip, London, 1627, Full-Leather, Book Condition: Good+Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall, Second edition. Grimestone's Historie runs from AD806 to 1608, with Crosse's addition taking the history through to 1627. 2 blank leaves, title page, blank verso, dedication (2 pages), 1-57pp, 38-120pp, 133-1272pp (completes Grimestone's Historie), 1273-1588pp (Crosse's AD1608-1627 history, concerning the rule of the Netherlands by Albert and Isabella and then, after Albert's death, by Isabella alone), unpaginated 14 page index, 2 blank endpapers. Although some (approximately 30) pages have been mislabelled by the printers, careful examination of the text (and catchwords at the bottom of most pages) indicates that they are correctly placed. Full-leather covers with bands on spine, gilt titles, marbled page edges. Numerous two thirds page engraved portraits of various historical notables, such as Elizabeth I of England and Robert Dudley, illustrated chapter headpieces and initials. Some rubbing to covers including a small chip to the title label and the spine tail. The engraved title page has some marginal chips and has been attached to what was previously a third front blank endpaper, 35mm closed tear to dedication page, chip (partial loss of page number but no loss of text) to top outer corner of p183-4, 19mm closed tear to bottom margin of p195-6, loss of corner and 4cm closed tear to p367-8 (no loss of text), chip to the bottom margin of the first page of the index. Inobtrusive waterstain to some pages on the first third of the book (see scan for example), but pages generally clean and binding is tight. Small inscription to front stuckdown with small ink bleed onto (blank) first free endpaper.

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        The Attornies Almanacke, Provided & Desired for the Generall Ease

      1627. "For the Genereall Ease and Daily Use of All Such as Shall Have Occasion to Remove any Person, Cause or Record" Powell, Thomas [1572?-1635?]. The Attornies Almanacke. Provided & Desired for the Generall Ease and Daily Use of All Such as Shall Have Occasion to Remove any Person, Cause or Record, From an Inferiour Court to Any the Higher Courts at Westminster. London: Printed by B[ernard] A[lsop] and T[homas] F[awcet] for Ben: Fisher, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Talbot without Aldersgate, 1627. [viii], 72 pp. Quarto (7" x 5-1/4"). Later speckled calf, gilt rules to boards, raised bands, gilt ornaments and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing, a bit heavier to extremities, a few nicks to front board, corners lightly bumped and worn. Moderate toning, occasional dampspotting, browning, edgewear and chipping to margins of preliminaries and final ten leaves. Early annotation to rear endleaf, a reading list, owner signature of Walter Ashburner, dated 1900, to title page, annotation in his hand, a list of library holdings for this book, to front free endpaper. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A handsome copy. * Only edition. A notable book according to Holdsworth, The Attornies Almanacke gives directions to remove causes or certify records in the courts at Westminster. This book and his companion volume, the Attourneys Academy, are important sources for students of Shakespeare. Both are listed in Lee's Catalogue of Shakespeareana. This copy belonged to Walter Ashburner [1864-1936], the notable legal scholar and editor of the Rhodian Sea-Laws (1909). OCLC locates 6 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of Washington, Yale). Holdsworth, A History of English Law V:381. English Short-Title Catalogue S115029.

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      London., 1627. described with the cities and the arms of the colleges of the famous university. Size: 395 x 535 mm. Copperplate engraving with later hand colouring. Fair condition. Some old repairs to lower central fold. Slight discolouration to the central fold. A handsome, early Sudbury and Humble edition of John Speed's map of Oxfordshire in colour. Towns and cities are highlighted in red, decorative college arms, and the (supposed) years of their foundation are found on either side of the map. A detailed inset map of the city of Oxford is in the upper right corner with a separate key with 28 listed city landmarks. The arms of the earl of Oxford to the right. Two academic university figures are seen standing with a pair of compass dividers either side of a striking globe, representing the scale of miles. A strapwork border design and the royal coat of arms complete this map wonderfully well.

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      [London]: , [c. 1627].. A fine impression.. 15? x 20?-38.1 x 50.8 cm.. Skelton #17 A classic early view of the county of Middlesex from the first comprehensive atlas of English town plans. Insets of Westminster and London upper left and right respectively after Keere. Lower left is a view of Saint Peters and lower right Saint Pauls. Textural description of both cathedrals are whimsically engraved in vignettes of books.

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        Hoog-beroemde Historie van t'Leven ende de daden van Alexander de Groote. Inhoudende hoe hy Europa overheerst Darius der Persen Coninck met gantsch Asia ende India tot de Oceanische Zee t'ondergebragt ende eyntlick tot Babilon gestorven is. Overgeset uit den Latyn door Aelbr. Snel.

      Delft, Adriaen Gerrits 1627. (6, portret) 535 (13) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 8° (tweede druk, zeldzame vroege druk, voorin nieuw schutblad, fraaie titelprent en een portret van Alexander de Groote) VAN € 750,00 VOOR € 475,00.

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        "Minshaei emendatio ... the guide into the tongues. With their agreement and consent with one another, as also their etymologies, that is, the reasons and derivations of all or the most part of words, in these nine languages, viz. 1. English. 2. Low Dutch. 3. High Dutch. 4. French. 5. Italian. 6. Spanish. 7. Latine. 8. Greeke. 9. Hebrew, etcÉ differing from all other dictionaries ever heretofore set forth. Also the exposition of the termes of the lawes of this landÉ"

      London: printed by John Haviland. 1627. "Second edition, fourth issue (STC 17947), and according to Kennedy, ""a mere reprint"" of the first issue of 1625; folio, collating *1-*2, A1-2H6 (in 6's), 2I1-2I4, and paged [4] & 760 columns; internally a very good copy, a bit foxed; later full paneled calf, neatly rebacked, maroon morocco label on gilt-paneled spine; very good. A famous polyglot dictionary, noted for its emphasis on etymology. ""There are many fanciful etymologies, such as ""stepmother,"" one who steps into the place of a mother; and also etymologies that have been confirmed by subsequent historical study. A considerable number of long items are devoted to the exposition of law terms. ""Quite apart from word-lore,"" writes Ernest Weekley, ""Minsheu's work contains vast and various information for every kind of archaeologist, and I can think of few better single volumes for an intelligent Robinson Crusoe""."" (Starnes & Noyes, p. 248). Although this second edition omits two languages contained in the first edition of 1617 (Welsh and Portuguese), it is ""preferred by some for its additions and corrections"""" (see Lowndes, 1569). The book is also a typographic wonder. The liberal use of fonts and design mark the beginning of the conscious design of the lexicon, as such. Kennedy 2719; Alston II, 107; Zaunmuller, p. 304; Graesse IV, p. 533; Vancil, p. 165."

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