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        Plate from 'Academie de l'Espee'

      [Leiden: B. & A. Elzevir 1628 - A fine print from the most sumptuous book on fencing ever produced, which combines a strong design sense with beauty and historical importance, executed by one of the greatest engravers of the day. The image illustrates Thibault's theories of successful fencing using movement and mathematical principles. Thibault's work was produced during a period when the Italian rapier (or epee) held sway. "The Italians discovered the effectiveness of the dexterous use of the point rather than the edge of the sword. By the end of the 16th century, their lighter weapon.and simple, nimble, and controlled fencing style, emphasizing skill and speed rather than force, spread throughout Europe. Most of the wrestling tricks [used in earlier disciplines] were abandoned, the lunge was discovered, and fencing became established as an art" ( Encyclopaedia Britannica ). The present image marks the zenith of the use of the epee in Europe. "In the latter half of the 17th century, the sword and swordsmanship changed dramatically with a change in gentleman's dress. In France the court of Louis XIV set the fashion of silk stockings, breeches, and brocaded coats.As the long trailing rapier was unsuited to this form of dress, fashion decreed the wearing of a light, short court sword. The French style set in throughout Europe as the Italian had done earlier" (op. cit.). Cf. Vigeant p. 125; cf. Willems 302. Copper engraving Andries Jacobsz Stock. Very good condition.

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        [patricii Veneti] De Republica Venetorum. Libri quinque. Item synopsis reip. Venete, et alii de eadem discursus politici

      Lugd. Batavorum [Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1628. . 16mo, 431, (1) pp. Engraved title showing a bird’s eye view of Venice, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa (“It rises again more glorious”), spine slightly worn. A Venetian diplomat, Contarini was made a Cardinal in 1535 despite being of a decidedly secular bent. The second Elzevir edition. Willems 293. First published 1543.

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        SIR FRANCIS DRAKE REVIVED: CALLING UPON THIS DULL OR EFFEMINATE AGE, TO FOLLOW HIS NOBLE STEPS FOR GOLD AND SILVER. BY THIS MEMORABLE RELATION, OF THE RARE OCCURRENCES (NEVER YET DECLARED TO THE WORLD) IN A THIRD VOYAGE, MADE BY HIM INTO THE WEST-INDIES, IN THE YEERES 72. AND 73. WHEN NOMBRE DE DIOS WAS BY HIM AND FIFTIE TWO OTHERS ONELY IN HIS COMPANIE SURPRISED.

      London. . 1628 - [6],80pp. Small quarto. Modern tooled calf in contemporary style by Middleton, leather label. Some dust soiling and tanning, else very good. Titlepage in expert facsimile. The second edition, after the first of 1626, of this account of Francis Drake's highly successful raid against the Spanish in Panama in 1572-73, one of his early Caribbean raids of plunder and harassment. Sabin states of this edition: "It differs from that of 1626 in having had the advantage of the incorporation of the errata of the latter date under the personal superintendence of the nephew of the great voyager. The last four leaves are larger than the rest of the book." The expedition of fifty-two Englishmen attempted to seize Nombre de Dios, but were repulsed when Drake was wounded in the shoulder. After many reversals and hardships, the British managed to waylay an entire pack train of Peruvian silver, bringing home a fortune. Drake's bold move was approved by Queen Elizabeth, who shared in the plunder, but the politics of his raid on Spain during a period of ostensible peace made it necessary for him to disappear to Ireland for several years after the event. Besides his success in plunder, on this expedition Drake became the first Englishman to see the Pacific Ocean. The book was originally written in a manuscript account of the expedition given to Queen Elizabeth on New Year's Day 1593. In his letter of presentation which serves as the introduction to the book, Drake suggests that, while it is pleasant to think of past victories, he would rather be undertaking new employment of the same sort. The opportunity soon presented itself, with more raids in the West Indies; and just over three years after giving the manuscript to the Queen, the intrepid Drake died at sea off Puerto Rico during a raid on Spanish shipping. Thirty years after Drake's death, courtier Philip Nichols reworked and published the manuscript. The timing of publication of the first edition is significant. James I, Elizabeth's successor, had been eager to conciliate the Spanish, and no publication so openly lauding raids on Spanish property would have been tolerated under his reign. James I died in 1625 and SIR FRANCIS DRAKE REVIVED. was published the following year. A most important piece of Drakeiana. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 628/87. SABIN 20838. STC 18545. JCB (3)II:213.

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        Die Alleen-Spraecke Der Zielen met Godt. Door den Eerw. Heere H. Thomas van Kempen, Regulier der Orden van S. Augustijn. Onlancx uyt het Latijns exemplaer van d'Autheurs handt gheschreven, ghecorrigeert ende verbetert, door den Eerweerdighen Heere P.I.V.S. Priester der Societeyt Iesu. Met verscheyden Figuren verciert, door C.V.Sich voor P.I.P.

      by Ian Maes 1628 - - by Ian Maes, Loven (Leuven) 1628, in 12 (15,5x10,5cm), (8) 135ff. (5)., Un Vol. relié. - Première édition. Illustrée de 20 gravures de C. van Sichem, lettrines, ornementations, et texte dans un encadrement. Impression en gothique. rare. Absent à la BN de France et aux catalogues français. Un exemplaire à la British LIbrary. Broché, emboîtage contemporain en demi maroquin à nerfs fushia. Jacob Stratius (Antwerpen 1559-Leuven 1634) était le recteur du collège jésuite de Leuve, il a notamment écrit des ouvrages de compilation (.Guerres du pays de Flandre). Cet ouvrage de Thomas A Kempis est également une compilation et une édition de Jean Stratius. (8) 135ff. (5). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Plate from 'Academie de l'Espee'

      [Leiden: B. & A. Elzevir 1628 - A fine print from the most sumptuous book on fencing ever produced, which combines a strong design sense with beauty and historical importance, executed by one of the greatest engravers of the day. The image illustrates Thibault's theories of successful fencing using movement and mathematical principles. Thibault's work was produced during a period when the Italian rapier (or epee) held sway. "The Italians discovered the effectiveness of the dexterous use of the point rather than the edge of the sword. By the end of the 16th century, their lighter weapon.and simple, nimble, and controlled fencing style, emphasizing skill and speed rather than force, spread throughout Europe. Most of the wrestling tricks [used in earlier disciplines] were abandoned, the lunge was discovered, and fencing became established as an art" ( Encyclopaedia Britannica ). The present image marks the zenith of the use of the epee in Europe. "In the latter half of the 17th century, the sword and swordsmanship changed dramatically with a change in gentleman's dress. In France the court of Louis XIV set the fashion of silk stockings, breeches, and brocaded coats.As the long trailing rapier was unsuited to this form of dress, fashion decreed the wearing of a light, short court sword. The French style set in throughout Europe as the Italian had done earlier" (op. cit.). Cf. Vigeant p. 125; cf. Willems 302. Copper engraving by Nicolus Petri Lastman. Very good condition apart from several skillfully repaired small losses and tears in the margins.

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        Benedicti Victorii Faventini, Medici Olim ac Philosophi Praestantissimi De Curandis Morbis Ad Tyrones Practica Magna: In Duos Tomos Diuisa: Opus Sane Omnibus Artem Medicam Exercitantibus Utilissimum, in Germania Nusquam Visum,

      Francofurti [Frankfort am Main]: Johan Theobald Schönwetter; Typis Erasmi Kempferi. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed; spine darkened. Some creasing to corners of feps, which are becoming loose. Text block firm. Ex.-lib. embossed stamps with minimal marking. 1628. A Prima & Antique Editionis. Contemporary Vellum. 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). 1106pp, + index. ' ... à multis hucusque desideratum ideoque nunc demum per Petrum Uffenbachium P. & M.D. Reiq. publ. Moenofrancofurdianae Archiatrum, a primae & antiquae editionis mendis emaculatum, summa diligentia reuisum & denuo in lucem emissum dupliciq. indice donatum.'. .

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        Domus Sabaudiae Duobus Membris divisa. Priore Comitum, Posteriore Ducum, Pars Prima - Secunda. Accesserunt variae diversarum rerum & temporum historiae, praecipuè series Archiepiscoporum Tarentasiensium, & domus Borbonicae.

      Ex Typographia Scipionis Iasserme,, Lugduni, 1628 - 2 parti in numerazione continua in un vol. in-8° (178x110mm), pp. (10), 404, (24) di inno alla Vergine Maria di Briançon, di elenco dei Vescovi di Torino, di elenco dei Principi dei Borbone menzionati nell'opera, di indice delle cose notabili. Legatura coeva p. pelle bazzana marmorizzata con filetto dorato inquadrante i piatti. Dorso a 4 nervi con filetti in oro. Stemma sabaudo inciso su rame al frontespizio. Testatine e capilettera istoriati. Annotazioni di possesso antiche ai risguardi. Trascurabili aloni marginali alle ultime pp. Bell'esemplare. Rarissima prima edizione di questi elogi in versi latini dei Conti e dei Duchi di Savoia composti dal Priore della Tarentaise. Le pp. 377-404 contengono una periegesi in versi della città di Ginevra: "Periegesis Rerum Genevae, in qua urbis status temporalis & spiritualis à fundamentis exegetice describitur". Il Manno cita soltanto la seconda emissione del 1630 e scrive: "Il Rossotti cita una edizione del 1628". Il Manno non aveva dunque veduto questa prima edizione e dubitava persino della sua esistenza. SBN / ICCU registra unicamente l'edizione del 1628, censita solo alla Reale e alla Civica di Torino. Manno, I, 19. Merland, XXV, p. 239. Saffroy, III, 49993. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Universa Muliebrium Morborum Medicina, Novo Et Antehac a Nemine Tentato Ordine Opus Absolutissimum

      Bibliopolio Frobbeniano 1628 - 3rd edition. 4to, contemporary vellum. Folding table. [24], 226, [22]; [4], 541, [41] pages. Internally toned, but clean and unmarked.Rodrigo de Castro (1546-1627) was a Marrano doctor who fled the Inquisition and settled in Hamburg. Friedenwald ('Jewish Luminaries in Medical History', pp 54-56) calls him "one of the foremost physicians in establishing gynaecology in the Renaissance period". The first part of this extensive work treats female anatomy, conception, obstetrics and breast-milk; the second part, describing female diseases, has a section on pregnant women. References: Krivatsky 2287. EJ V, 244. Wellcome II 312.Provenance: Contemporary signature of Olaus Rigelius. From the library of Alfonso Cassuto, a noted collector of books authored by Iberian Jews. Cassuto?s book plate on front paste down. An interesting thought is the impact of the loss of men like Castro on Spain and Portugal and its connection to the downfall of Iberian power in the forthcoming centuries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rabdologiae seu Numerationis per Virgulas libri duo: Cum Appendice de expeditissimo Multiplicationis promptuario. Quibus accessit & Arithmeticae Localis Liber unus

      Nine folding tables (woodcut & letterpress), & numerous woodcut diagrams & tables in the text. 6 p.l., 139 pp., 2 blank leaves. 12mo, cont. mottled calf (very slightly rubbed), panelled in gilt. Leyden: P. Rammasen, 1628. Third edition; this edition is much rarer than the first edition of 1617. This is the first description of a calculating machine. "In 1617 Napier's intense concern for the practicalities of computation led him to publish another book, the Rabdologiae, which contains a number of elementary calculating devices, including the rods known as 'Napier's bones.' These rods, which in essence constitute a mechanical multiplication table, had a considerable vogue for many years after his death."-D.S.B., IX, p. 610-(& see the rest of the article for more details). Nice crisp copy. Dibner 107-(1st ed.). See Printing & the Mind of Man 116-(in this work Napier "announced another important invention, 'Napier's Bones'...They were the precursors of seventeenth-century and modern calculating machines and computers." .

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        De miracoli del santiss. sacramento raccolti già dal R.D. Nicola Laghi da Lugano. con Historie, sentenze, instruttioni, & avvertenze intorno alla Santiss. Communione, & Messa. Parte prima. Aggiuntovi in questa nuova impressione la seconda parte di altri simili miracoli, con l'historia de' sacri corporali di Daroca, dal R.D. Girolamo canini d'Anghiari D. di S.T. et il propugnacolo della vera e real presenza di Christo nell'eucaristia santiss. del R.D. Giorgio Polacco.

      Appresso il Bertano,, In Venezia, 1628 - Cm. 21,5, pp. (36) 640 (24). Frontespizio entro cornice architettonica riccamente incisa su legno raffigurante scene bibliche, oltre duecento incisioni xilografiche di sacre rappresentazioni nel testo, testatine, finalini e capolettera sempre in xilografia. Legatura coeva in pergamena molle con nervetti passanti e titoli calligrafati al dorso e al taglio di piede. Una cerniera internamente parz. staccata (che rivela frammenti di possibile incunabolo utilizzato per la legatura). Un chiarissimo alone all'angolo superiore di alcune carte, tracce di tarli ad alcuni margini, che nelle pagine dell'indice finale arrivano a lambire il testo, altrimenti genuino, discretamente marginoso e ben conservato. Interessante sorta di enciclopedia di tutto quanto riguarda l'eucaristia nei suoi vari aspetti teologici, rituali, dogmatici. Cfr. Piantanida.

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        GEORGICKS

      Tho Walkley, 1628. [8], 147 pages, decorative title page, The Epistle, Georgicon the first, second, third and fourth book with following annotation. Victorian polished tree calf binding, very good, minimal wear to edges and hinges, gilt line to edges of front and rear boards, bright gilt floral decoration to the spine with a red spine label. Contents clean and tight, neat signature to the top of the front free endpaper and end of the epistle dated 1750, edges cut, minimal trimming occasionally touching the running title line, no foxing. A near fine copy.. First Edition in English. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by R Vaughan Fecit. 16mo.

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        Epitome des preceptes de medecine et chirurgie. Avec ample declaration des remedes propres aux maladies.

      Lovys Loudet,, Rouen, 1628 - Rouen, Lovys Loudet, 1628. 8°. 24 n.n. Bl., 764 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Hirsch-H. IV, 606. - Dict. hist. de la Medecine III, 716. - Wellcome I, 5038 (für Ausgabe Paris, 1612). - Erste französische Ausgabe gleichzeitig auch in Lyon gedruckt. Erschien erstmals 1612 in Latein. Pigray (1532 oder 1533-1613) war Schüler von Ambrois Pare. Nach Militärdiensten wurde er Leibchirurg von Charles IX, Henri II und Henri IV. - Das Buch, eine eigentliche Zusammenfassung des Werkes von Pare, wurde in Französisch geschrieben, jedoch vom Autor selbst für den Druck in Latein übersetzt. - Wurde bis zum Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts mehrfach nachgedruckt. - Papier leicht fleckig. Am oberen Rand stellenweise knapp beschnitten. handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel. Sprache: N Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tractatus sive physiologia nova de magnete

      Ioh. Hallervord, Stettin 1628 - The Magnet—Extremely Rare First Continental EditionGilbert, William (1544-1603). Tractatus sive physiologia nova de magnete, magneticisque corporibus et magno magnete tellure sex libris comprehendis. 4to. [9] (of 10)ff., 232, [1]pp. Lacking half-title. Engraved title-leaf with portrait of Gilbert, 12 engraved plates (some folding), woodcut text illustrations. Sedini [Szczecin, Poland]: Typis Götzianis, Ioh: Hallervordij, 1628. 229 x 180 mm. Modern calf, gilt-lettered spine. Browned as usual, minor marginal dampstaining, small marginal wormhole, but otherwise very good. Signature of Samuel Horsley (1733-1806), Bishop of St. Asaph, on the title and a very few marginal notes, and corrections probably his.First Continental Edition of Gilbert’s De Magnete, originally published in London in 1600. "One of the earliest monographs devoted to a particular branch of terrestrial physics, and one of the first published reports of an extensive series of linked, reconfirmed experiments" (Heilbron, Electricity in the 17th and 18th Centuries, p. 169). The Sedini edition, printed in the Duchy of Pomerania, was prepared by Wolfgang Lochmann (1594-1643) and is extremely rare, much more so than the first edition. The large woodcuts of the first edition are here printed as copperplates, and the text was revised and enlarged. There are three issues of the Sedini edition: one with engraved title, the lower vignette showing a magnetic compass trailing after a ship (as in our copy); one with this vignette showing the compass on board ship; and one with printed title only. Roller notes that some examples have "Authoris" on the engraved title in the place of "Ioh: Hallervordij," indicating that Lochmann apparently remaindered the sheets to Johann Hallervord, a well-known book dealer in the German city of Rostock. This copy once belonged to Samuel Horsley, Bishop of St. Asaph and a fellow of the Royal Society; Horsley was particularly interested in astronomical and geometrical science, and published an edition of Newton’s Opera (1779-85) with his commentary. Roller, The De magnete of William Gilbert, pp. 175-76. Heilbron, pp. 169-179. See Printing and the Mind of Man 107; Horblit 41; Dibner 54. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Onomasticum romanum.

      ex Typ. Fr. Corbelletti,, Romae, 1628 - Cm. 16, pp. (16) + 1568 (num. per colonne). Bell'antiporta incisa in rame e stemma gesuitico al frontespizio. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con piatti inquadrati da doppio filetto ed armi centrali in oro. Tagli rossi. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Etichetta ed un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta al frontespizio, Edizione originale di questo celebre dizionario fraseologico italiano-latino. Cfr. Lozzi (3795). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera mathematica ou Oeuvres mathématiques traictans de géométrie, perspective, architecture, et fortification. De nouveau reveüe, augmentée et corrigée par Albert Girard.

      JAN JANSSEN, AMSTERDAM 1628 - Titre gravé général, titre gravé-[4]-53-[1] pp., 37 (sur 42) pl. + 5 pl.; titre gravé-[2]-46 pp., 40 + 2 pl. bis et 1 tableau. Paru pour la première fois à Den Haag chez Hondius en 1614, cet ouvrage de référence se compose de 4 parties rarement réunies : géométrie (dont l'optique), perspective (par Vredeman de Vries), architecture et fortification. # Cockle 821 ("Fortification" seule); # Graesse IV-409 ("Perspective" seule). Entièrement lavé et doublé par endroits (faux-titre remonté, titres gravés et qqs pl.), cet exemplaire comprend un titre général daté 1628 et 2 parties illustrées de 85 planches montées sur onglets : "Géométrie", avec titre propre gravé (Amst., Janssen, 1628), 37 (sur 42) doubles pages numérotées suivies de 5 planches non numérotées sur le même sujet,- et "Fortification", avec titre propre gravé (Amst., Janssen, 1627) et 42 doubles pages num. suivies d'un tableau. 1 volumes. Reliure 19e : plein veau glacé brun, larges motifs fleuragés, roul. et fleurons à froid sur les plats, dos à nerfs fleuronné à froid, tranches rouges

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        Lisbona.

      Basle 1628 - Image Size : 220x360 (mm), 8.625x14.125 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 370x440 (mm), 14.5x17.25 (Inches), Hand Colored, Wood Engraving

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        patricii Veneti] De Republica Venetorum. Libri quinque. Item synopsis reip. Venete, et alii de eadem discursus politici.

      Lugd. Batavorum Leiden: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1628 - 16mo, 431, (1) pp. Engraved title showing a bird’s eye view of Venice, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa ("It rises again more glorious"), spine slightly worn. A Venetian diplomat, Contarini was made a Cardinal in 1535 despite being of a decidedly secular bent. The second Elzevir edition. Willems 293. First published 1543.

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        Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish.

      Signed at Valladolid, Madrid, San Lorenzo, etc., , @18 May 1600 to 15 June 1628. - Written in ink, in a variety of small, even, very legible hands. Folio (30.2 x 21 cm.), 99 leaves carefully removed from a bound volume and now stored in mylar sleeves in a blue cloth slipcase with 2 black leather spine labels. In very good condition. ---- The documents represent a remarkable, unpublished source for the history of the High Court of Guatemala during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, covering such subjects as the conquest and pacification of Indians in Honduras, granting of @encomiendas, diversion of royal monies, establishment of missions and convents, and disciplining of politically active priests. Through them we find out what the "local customs" of patronage and of usurpation of royal prerogative were. Through the reiteration of previously issued decrees we discover which decrees the court was ignoring, using the famous doctrine of "obedezco pero no cumplo." Through these decrees we glimpse royal patronage and royal displeasure.The broad categories are requests for information, demands for action, and orders ending existing practices. An example of the Crown's requests for information is a decree of 4 December 1601. The king sometimes received complaints that were best handled extra-judicially, often involving political activities of clerics, over whom the civil and criminal courts did not have jurisdiction and with whom, the authorities felt, the ecclesiastical courts would deal ineffectively. In one case, the governor of Honduras complained to the king that the dean of the church in Comayagua was disrupting attempts to recruit men for the defense of the port of Trujillo. The king expected that the @audiencia's information would be unbiased because of its physical and emotional distance from the local politics and squabbling in Honduras.An example of the Crown's demands for action is an ominous inquiry handed down on 28 June 1621. The king had "discovered" that "foreigners" were living in the New World. Since they were there illegally, he demanded a list of them and inventories of their possessions and land holdings. This was the beginning of the oppression of Portuguese settlers who had moved to the New World during the "Babylonian Captivity" of Portugal by Spain. Usually, however, the royal demands for action were grants of royal patronage or largesse, such as the order dated 10 July 1600, requiring the @audiencia to administer the terms of Philip's decree granting money to the cathedral in Santiago. On 4 July 1601, he ordered the court to give a chalice and bell to the mission church in Trindad de Sonsanate.The Crown was fully aware that the distance between it and its New World provinces would result in the development of local customs and practices. To a large extent, it tolerated these deviations. For example, on 31 May 1600, Philip accepted the @audiencia's appointment of the majordomo of the Royal Hospital. At other times, however, the Crown ordered the end of "local practices": on 12 December 1619, the king ordered the @audiencia to stop subdividing @encomiendas and parceling the subsections out as parts of government pensions.According to Clarence Haring (dean of American scholars of colonial Latin America in the 1940s-1950s), the @audiencia (high court) was "the most important and interesting institution in the government of the Spanish Indies." It was, he notes, "the center, the core, of the administrative system, the principal curb upon oppression and illegality of the viceroys and other governors." The first @audiencia was established in 1508 in Santo Domingo. Others sprang up as the Spaniards explored and settled the Americas. The Audiencia of Guatemala, which came into existence on 20 November 1542, through the New Laws, had a troubled and peripatetic beginning. The present collection documents various unstudied aspects of the presidencies of Dr. Alonso Criado de Castilla (1598-1611), D. Antonio Pérez Ayala Castilla y Rojas (1611-26) and Dr. Diego de Acuña (1626-33). More detaile [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRATADO EN EL QUAL SE REPRUEVAN TODAS LAS SUPERSTICIONES Y HECHIZERIAS

      - Tratado en el qual se repruevan todas las supersticiones y hechizerías; muy útil y necessario a todos los buenos Christianos zelosos de su salvación. Compuesto por el Doctor y Maestro . Ahora nuevamente impresso, después de tres impressiones; por mandato y orden del Excelentissimo Señor Don Miguel Santos de San Pedro, Obispo de Solsona . Con nuevas adiciones a cada capítulo del Doctor Pedro Antonio Iofren, . .- Barcelona, Sebastián de Cornellas, 1628; en 4º menor holandesa puntas del XVII, 24 hojas de preliminares, 273 páginas y 19 hojas de tablas. Palau nº 54945. Ultima impresión clásica del célebre tratado de Ciruelo en el que se combaten la supersticiones, magia, artes adivinatorias y otras según las costumbres de la época.

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        The Holy Bible : containing the Old Testament and the New newly translated out of the originall tongues and with the former translations diligently compared and reuised by his Maiesties speciall commandement : Appointed to be read in churches.

      Imprinted at London : By Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill Printers to the Kings Most Excellent Maiestie M DC XXVIII 1628 - 4to. 9.00" x 6.75" x 2.50". A very good 17th century black letter bible, in a black morroco leather binding (probably 19th century?). Simple blind stamp decoration. Edges rubbed and bumped. Smooth spine with dulled gilt title: Holy Bible - Common Prayer. Brown endpapers. The book begins with; The Booke of Common prayer. (title absent, but otherwise complete). Followed by "The Genealogies." - Complete. Bound with: "A Description of Canaan." - Double-page map. Followed by the Holy Bible, beginning with an engraved general title, dated 1628, 7 preliminary leaves, ending with;"The names and order of all the Bookes." The Old Testament ends on Ss 6a. Family history details to verso - Dawson & Groomes 1792 - 1850. The Apocrypha ends on Eee 2b. Followed by the New Testament, beginning with an engraved title-page (dated 1628). Family history details to the verso; Woodward and Nicholls 1661 - 1744 .The New Testament ends on Rrr 8a with a colophon. Bound with: "The Whole Booke Of Psalmes.Company of Stationers, 1629." - All Psalmes present but missing the last leaf of Prayers. Clean Black letter text in double columns throughout. A well preserved 17th century bible. Referenced by Herbert 412 / Darlow & Moule 316 / STC 2282 . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England. Or, a Commentarie upon Littleton, Not the Name of a Lawyer onely, but of the Law it selfe [etc.]. S.T.C. 15784. Folio

      Printed for the Society of Stationers, London 1628 - Modern calf, gilt, one leaf in facsimile, without the portraits and table of consanguinity, some browning and staining, early notations; a working copy First edition of Coke's most single famous work and one of the five greatest books of English law, glossing Littleton's 'Tenures', one of the remaining four, and forming the first part (of four) of his monumental Institutes of English Law [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ARTE POETICA ESPAÑOLA, con una fertilissima. Silua de Consonantes Comunes, Propios, Esdruxulos y Feflexos y un divino Estimulo del Amor de Dios.

      Alonso Martin, Madrid 1628 - 4 + 324 + 40 pags 15x20 cm Pergamino con cintas 6 hojas deslucidas 2 hojas encuadernadas en un lugar equivocado. Falta una hoja 271/272

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        GEORGICKS

      Tho Walkley 1628 - [8], 147 pages, decorative title page, The Epistle, Georgicon the first, second, third and fourth book with following annotation. Victorian polished tree calf binding, very good, minimal wear to edges and hinges, gilt line to edges of front and rear boards, bright gilt floral decoration to the spine with a red spine label. Contents clean and tight, neat signature to the top of the front free endpaper and end of the epistle dated 1750, edges cut, minimal trimming occasionally touching the running title line, no foxing. A near fine copy. Size: 16mo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Quaestionum Peripateticarum Lib. V... Daemonum investigatio peripatetica... Secunda editio. Quaestionum Medicarum Libri Libri II. De Medicament. facultatibus Lib. II... Nunc primum editi.

      Second, enlarged and more important, edition of this famous book on which the claims for Andrea Cesalpino as the discoverer of the circulation of the blood have been based.The Peripateticarum Quaestionum was his first published book; in it he was a follower of Aristotle rather than Galen, although he partially reformulated the former?s theories. ?Cesalpino?s most important medical studies concern the anatomy and physiology of the movement of the blood. He gave a good description of the cardiac valves and of the pulmonary vessels connected to the heart, as well as of the minor blood circulation; he also recognized that the heart is the center of the circulation of the blood and accepted the existence of the traditional synanastomoses of the arteries with the veins. He did not, however, discover the major circulation (first demonstrated in 1628 by William Harvey)? (DSB). ?No-one who reads Cesalpino impartially can deny the eminent part that he played in the discovery of the circulation of the blood? (Castiglioni, p. 438). Cesalpino was the first to use here the expression circulatio sanguinis (circulation of the blood) in a scientific sense.This edition contains the Quaestionum Medicarum and the De Medicamentorum Facultatibus for the first time. The former is important for recording the results of tying a vein and the first published statement concerning the centripetal flow in veins (on f. 234).G&M 756 (this edition), and see 755 for the first edition of 1571. Both editions are extremely rare. Norman catalogue 431.4to, 20 + 291+ 1 (blank) leaves. Woodcut device on title, woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, several woodcut diagrams in the text. Contemporary limp vellum (inner hinges sometime reinforced with paper). Light foxing on a few leaves, but a fine and fresh copy. Bookplates of Piergiorgio Borio.

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        Elbelauf/Hamburg, anno 1628, Blaeu W., Flußlauf

      Elbelauf/Hamburg, ,. Kupferkarte, verlegt bei W. Blaeu, 1628, franz. Rückentext, altes Kolorit, Blattmaß: 51x60 cm., gering gebräunt, Fußsteg etwas randrissig..

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        Panegirico genealogico y moral del Excelent@mo. Duque de Barcelos.

      Lisbon, Por Pedro Craesbeeck, 1628. - Woodcut arms of the Duque de Barcelos on title, woodcut initials. (4), 68 ll. 4°, old (late seventeenth century [?], early eighteenth century [?]) calf (wear to corners, upper corner of front cover defective; head of spine somewhat defective), plain almost flat spine, with sewing bands slightly visable, covers richly tooled in gilt (some gilding rubbed), and with some tooling painted but severly rubbed), text block edges sprinkled red. Light dampstaining, mostly very small and limited to upper margins of a few leaves. Overall in very good to fine condition, in an unusual binding. Ink inscription in upper outer corner of front free endleaf: "Custou-me 600 reis // 20/10/[17?]78." ---- Rare FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this important genealogy of two of Portugal's wealthiest and most powerful families: the noble family of Barcelos, and its offshoot, the royal family of Bragança, which was to rule Portugal continuously from 1640 until 1910. In this work Alvia de Castro traces the lineage of the Condes de Barcelos (a title created in 1298) back to the early Christian kings of Castille and Navarre. He also describes the fortuitous unions which commingled Barcelos blood with that of the royal houses of Spain and Portugal: the third Conde de Barcelos, for instance, was the illegitimate son of D. Dinis; and the eighth Conde (and first Duque de Bragança) was the legitimized son of D. João I.Alvia de Castro states in the dedication that he wrote this work "en muestras de mi inclinacion a su grandeça," and the @Panegirico passed the scrutiny of the censors in Lisbon and Madrid. In hindsight, however, this is a rather subversive work: it justifies the claim of the author's patron, D. João (1604-1658), Duque de Barcelos, to the Portuguese throne. The previous royal line had been extinguished upon the death of D. Sebastião at the disastrous battle of Alcácer Quibir in 1578, and Portugal was now under Spanish dominion. D. João succeeded his father as eighth Duque de Bragança in 1630 and, in 1640, was proclaimed King João IV of Portugal.Born in Logroño, Alvia de Castro (1572-1640?), a knight of Calatrava, served as inspector-general of the Spanish royal armada and of Spanish naval and military forces in Portugal. While in Portugal he also published several other works, including a collection of military and political aphorisms (1621) and the @Memorial y discurso politico por la muy noble, y muy leal ciudad de Logroño (1633).---- Arouca C304. Innocêncio II, 267: without collation. Palau 10109. Simón Díaz V, 210: locating copies at the British Library, Hispanic Society, Vatican Library, Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, and the Monasterio de San Miguel de la Cogolla. Sousa Viterbo, @Literatura hespanhola em Portugal pp. 194-200 (calling for only 3 preliminary leaves). Maggs Bros. @Spanish Literature (1927), 36. Monteverde 172. Azevedo-Samodães 130. Ameal 93. Goldsmith A213. HSA p. 22. Salvá 3539. Jerez p. 7. @Ticknor Catalog p. 11. Not in Palha. @Grande enciclopedia II, 234; on the genealogies of the Barcelos and Bragança families, see IV, 219-20 and V, 9-14. NUC: DLC, NNH. OCLC: 612838866 (Houghton Library; acquired from us in 2004); 433071000 (Biblioteca Nacional de España); 456787536 (Bibliothèque nationale de France); 557688638 (British Library); 733649082 (Biblioteca Nacional de España). Porbase locates five copies: four in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (one of which lacks the title page and following preliminary leaf and is otherwise described as being in "mau estado"; another is described as being in "muito mau estado"), and one copy in the Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra. CCPBE locates five copies: two in the Biblioteca Nacional de España, and one each in the Real Academia de la Historia-Madrid, Biblioteca Pública del Estado-Biblioteca de La Rioja-Logroño, and Monasterio de San Milán de la Cogolla de Yuso. Not located in Rebiun. Copac repeats British Library only. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE WORLD ENCOMPASSED BY SIR FRANCIS DRAKE, BEING HIS NEXT VOYAGE TO THAT TO NOMBRE DE DIOS FORMERLY IMPRINTED; CAREFULLY COLLECTED OUT OF THE NOTES OF MASTER FRANCIS FLETCHER

      London: Printed for Nicholas Bourne, 1628.. [4],108pp. plus folding map. Frontispiece portrait. Modern brown morocco, gilt, by Aquarius, spine gilt extra, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Frontispiece portrait trimmed outside original plate mark, expertly inlaid in larger sheet. Folding map fine. Minor expert marginal paper repairs. Paper loss on upper right corner of leaf I3 affecting a few letters of text, also expertly repaired. Overall a very nice, large copy. The first edition of one of the most important works in the history of exploration, the narrative of Sir Francis Drake's famous circumnavigation of the world in 1577-80, the first detailed account of the voyage to be published. The present copy is complete with the portrait of Drake and the highly important map of the world, usually lacking. Drake's circumnavigation, the second successful voyage around the world (the first being Magellan's expedition), extended British maritime power into the Pacific for the first time, threatened the Spanish empire in America to its heart, opened a new age in British seamanship, and made Drake a rich man. Sailing from Plymouth in December 1577, the expedition reached Patagonia in June 1578, weathered a near mutiny, and saw the second ship, the Elizabeth, turn back during the stormy passage of the Straits of Magellan. Drake sailed on alone in the Golden Hind, raiding Spanish commerce along the Pacific coast of the Americas and culminating his piracy with the seizure of a major treasure galleon. This exploit allowed him to pay a 4600% dividend to his backers on returning to England. In 1579 he explored northward up the California coast, discovered San Francisco Bay, and went as far north as Vancouver. He then crossed the Pacific, took on a cargo of spices in the East Indies, and went home by the Cape of Good Hope, arriving back at Plymouth in September 1580. It was the most heroic feat of seamanship of the age. For reasons of secrecy and diplomacy, the story of the voyage was kept veiled at the time, with brief accounts appearing much later in the works of Hakluyt and De Bry. This version, the first really detailed account, did not appear until after the death of James I. It is largely based on the narrative of the chaplain of the voyage, Francis Fletcher, but with considerable editorial additions and deletions, probably by Drake's nephew and heir. The portrait of Drake which appears here, showing him facing to the right, his arm over a globe and navigational instruments by him on a table, appears in two issues, one with the verses below the portrait in English, the other in Latin. Present is the Latin version (there is no known priority). The double hemisphere map of the world is of great interest and importance. Entitled "A New and Accurate Mappe of the World, Drawne According to the Best and Latest Discoveries That Have Been Made," it was engraved by Robert Vaughan. The margins contain various decorative figures and the portraits of circumnavigators Drake, Magellan, Cavendish, and Noort. A caption notes of the Straits of Magellan: "Twice in our age hath these straits been passed by Englishmen, the first was Sir Francis Drake Ano. 1578 the second by Mr. Thomas Cavendish in the year 1586." Kraus notes there are two issues of the map, one with the engraved caption "Fol. 61" in the upper left corner, the other without. The present copy is the latter issue, probably the second, since the erased "Fol. 61" from the plate can still be seen faintly (see Kraus page 84 for a reproduction of this map). A book of the greatest possible importance and rarity, one of the great classics of the Age of Discovery. CHURCH 413. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 628/37. JCB II(1):214. SABIN 20853. KRAUS, DRAKE 42. WAGNER, SPANISH SOUTHWEST 31. STC 7161. TAYLOR 311. SHIRLEY 326. WAGNER, NORTHWEST COAST 304.

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        De remediis secretis, liber physicus, medicus, & partim etiam chymicus, & oeconomicus in vinorum diversi saporis apparatu, medicis & pharmacopolis omnibus præcipuè necessarius, nunc primùm in lucem editus.Zurich, Christopher Froschauer, [1569]. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. Contemporary vellum.

      Adams G-529, G-530; BMC STC German, p. 358; Durling 2081; Oberlé, Fastes 913; Waller 5320; Wellcome 2785; Wellisch, A 32.8 & B 2.2. The most complete edition of a classic "book of secrets," a collection of recipes for medicines and wine-making, primarily devoted to the distillation of essences from plants, fruits, minerals, etc., the first edition to include both volumes and Wolf's twenty-page appendix. It discusses the materials from which essences were to be distilled and their uses, as well as the techniques involved, and describes and illustrates (in the 87 woodcuts) the remarkably wide variety of glassware, furnaces and other equipment used for distillation. With the owner's signature on the title-page of the Augsburg physician and medical author Veit Riedlin (1628-1668), and a couple brief passages underlined in ink. In very good condition, complete with the two blank leaves and with good margins (the foredge nearly untrimmed) and with only occasional marginal water stains or spotting. A thoroughly illustrated classic of medicinal distillation and wine-making.

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        Corte Beschrijvinghe Mitsgaders Hantvesten, Privilegien, Costvmen Ende Ordonnantien vanden Lande van Zuyt-Hollandt.

      Dordrecht by Nicolaes Vincentsz van Spierincxhouck,1628.With 1 engr.title.450pp.

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        Plate from 'Academie de l'Espee'

      [Leiden: B. & A. Elzevir 1628 - A fine hand-coloured print from the most sumptuous book on fencing ever produced, which combines a strong design sense with beauty and historical importance, executed by one of the greatest engravers of the day. The image illustrates Thibault's theories of successful fencing using movement and mathematical principles. Thibault's work was produced during a period when the Italian rapier (or epee) held sway. "The Italians discovered the effectiveness of the dexterous use of the point rather than the edge of the sword. By the end of the 16th century, their lighter weapon.and simple, nimble, and controlled fencing style, emphasizing skill and speed rather than force, spread throughout Europe. Most of the wrestling tricks [used in earlier disciplines] were abandoned, the lunge was discovered, and fencing became established as an art" ( Encyclopaedia Britannica ). The present image marks the zenith of the use of the epee in Europe. "In the latter half of the 17th century, the sword and swordsmanship changed dramatically with a change in gentleman's dress. In France the court of Louis XIV set the fashion of silk stockings, breeches, and brocaded coats.As the long trailing rapier was unsuited to this form of dress, fashion decreed the wearing of a light, short court sword. The French style set in throughout Europe as the Italian had done earlier" (op. cit.). Cf. Vigeant p. 125; cf. Willems 302. Copper engraving, coloured by hand, by Egbert van Panderen. (Occasional small marginal tears).

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        OPERA MATHEMATICA OU OEUVRES MATHEMATIQUES traictans de Geometrie, Perspective, Architecture et Fortification. ... De nouveau reveue, augmentee, et corrigee par Albert Girard mathematicien.

      Amsterdam, Jan Janssen, 1628.One part only of 4, this being FORTIFICATIONS. Latin text, in 2 parts, 1628. 4to, approximately 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, engraved pictorial general title page by W. Akersloot, 1 folding table and 42 double page engraved plates of fortifications, tools, cannon and plans of fortified towns, Ostend, St. Andries and Gulich (Julich), with labelling in Dutch, plates numbered 1 - 40 plus 2 extra plates numbered 14 and 17, ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE TO FORTIFICATIONS IS LACKING AS IS A DIVISIONAL TITLE PAGE TO THE SECOND PART OF FORTIFICATIONS which was included in the numbering, each part separately numbered, pages: (2), 39, (1); 3 - 40, text and plates complete. Bound in full modern speckled calf panelled in a lighter plain calf with blind borders and corner ornaments, gilt raised band, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Lower margin of engraved title page neatly repaired, 4 very short closed tears to fore - edge margin of title neatly repaired, centre of title page slightly damaged and some letters very neatly inked over, very small grazed patch to border affecting background only, occasional light browning to margins, a little brown spotting to a couple of pages, small repair on reverse of 3 plates where a split had developed next to the tab, a few plates lightly foxed in the margin, 4 plates slightly browned, binding tight and firm. A very good copy (lacking 1 engraved title and 1 divisional title as noted). Samuel Marolois (1572 - 1627), was a French mathematician who published in the Netherlands. The 4 works listed in the general title first appeared in the Hague from 1614 - 1621, Fortifications was first issued in French with only 5 plates in 1615 and translated into Latin by Girard in 1627. It was considered to be a very important text on Dutch fortifications at the beginning of the 17th century and was reprinted many times and translated into many languages, the first English edition appearing in 1638. See Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1641, page 111, No. 139 and page 212, No. 821; Spaulding & Karpinski, Early Military Books, No.94; Sotherby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Volume 10, Mlitary books, page 234, No. 3640. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Tractatus sive physiologia nova de magnete

      Stettin: Ioh. Hallervord, 1628. <p>The Magnet&#151;Extremely Rare First Continental Edition</p><p>Gilbert, William (1544-1603). Tractatus sive physiologia nova de magnete, magneticisque corporibus et magno magnete tellure sex libris comprehendis. 4to. [9] (of 10)ff., 232, [1]pp. Lacking half-title. Engraved title-leaf with portrait of Gilbert, 12 engraved plates (some folding), woodcut text illustrations. Sedini [Szczecin, Poland]: Typis Götzianis, Ioh: Hallervordij, 1628. 229 x 180 mm. Modern calf, gilt-lettered spine. Browned as usual, minor marginal dampstaining, small marginal wormhole, but otherwise very good. Signature of Samuel Horsley (1733-1806), Bishop of St. Asaph, on the title and a very few marginal notes, and corrections probably his.</p><p>First Continental Edition of Gilbert&#146;s De Magnete, originally published in London in 1600. &#147;One of the earliest monographs devoted to a particular branch of terrestrial physics, and one of the first published reports of an extensive series of linked, reconfirmed experiments&#148; (Heilbron, Electricity in the 17th and 18th Centuries, p. 169). The Sedini edition, printed in the Duchy of Pomerania, was prepared by Wolfgang Lochmann (1594-1643) and is extremely rare, much more so than the first edition. The large woodcuts of the first edition are here printed as copperplates, and the text was revised and enlarged. There are three issues of the Sedini edition: one with engraved title, the lower vignette showing a magnetic compass trailing after a ship (as in our copy); one with this vignette showing the compass on board ship; and one with printed title only. Roller notes that some examples have &#147;Authoris&#148; on the engraved title in the place of &#147;Ioh: Hallervordij,&#148; indicating that Lochmann apparently remaindered the sheets to Johann Hallervord, a well-known book dealer in the German city of Rostock. This copy once belonged to Samuel Horsley, Bishop of St. Asaph and a fellow of the Royal Society; Horsley was particularly interested in astronomical and geometrical science, and published an edition of Newton&#146;s Opera (1779-85) with his commentary. Roller, The De magnete of William Gilbert, pp. 175-76. Heilbron, pp. 169-179. See Printing and the Mind of Man 107; Horblit 41; Dibner 54. </p>

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        Restauracion de la ciudad del Salvador, i Baia de Todos-Sanctos, en la Provincia del Brasil. Por las armas de Don Philippe IV. El Grande. Rei Catholico de las Españas i Indias &c. A Su Magestad Don Thomas Tamaio de Vargas su Chronista.

      - Por la viuva de Alonso Martin, Madrid, 1628. De 6+ 178pp.+ 4. 19,7cm. Enc. "One of the most cultured Spaniards of his time, Tamaio de Vargas held the position of chronicler to the King of Spain. He left numerous works, among them this history of the restoration of Bahia. The author certainly had no lack of printed document and manuscript accounts from which to collect information for this book. The great Spanish victory caused the appearance of many signed and anonymous accounts (see Relação in this bibliography), apart from the writings of Bartolomeu Guerreiro, Fadrique de Toledo, Rodrigues de Burgos, Medeiros Corrêa, etc. (see under these names). Tamaio de Vargas states that he used a narrative "de mano del Maestro de Campo J. Vincencio Sanfelische Conde de Bagnolo" which was unprinted. It is probable that he also used another manuscript by D. Juan de Valencia y Gusman which was not printed. The Restauracion de la ciudad de Salvador has for a long time been a rare book. There are copies to which a view of Bahia has been added which does not form part of the work"; Reference from Bibliografia Brasilaina, Borba de Moraes, p. 845. Very little wormholes not affecting text restored professionally. Original binding with right margin restored. Very good copy. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        America fiue India Nova (North and South America)/(insets)Golfo Mexicano/Haiti nunc Hispaniola/Cuba.

      Hondius, Duisberg 1628 - Engraving with original hand-color. Sheet size: 15 3/4" x 20 1/4".

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        Das Große Pomrische Kirchen-Chronicon. D. Danielis Crameri. Das ist Beschreibung Und Außführlicher Bericht, was sich fürnemblich in Religions Sachen, von Enderung der Heydenschafft, im Land zu Pomren und zugehörigem Fürstenthumb Rügen auch Graff- und Herrschafften bey noch wehrendem Christenthumb und dabey verlauffener Evangelischer Reformation, biß auff kegenwertige begeben und zugetragen hat.

      Alt-Stettin, Barthelt, 1628. - 10 Blatt, 108 Seiten; 4 Blatt, 156 Seiten; 4 Blatt, 192 Seiten; 4 Blatt, 240 (i.e. 210) Seiten. Mit illustriertem Holzschnitt-Titelblatt, Holzschnitt-Porträt von Bugislav XIV., Wappenholzschnitt und zahlreichen Zierstücken. 31,5 x 19,5 cm, Halbpergament der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe der großen Kirchenchronik mit vier Teilen in einem Band. - Einband berieben, bestoßen und fleckig. Etwas gelockert. Im ersten Teil durchgehende Wurmfraßspuren mit geringem Buchstabenverlust. - Im 4. Teil springt die Paginierung von Seite 60 auf 91 (Paginierungsfehler - so vollständig); das letzte Errata-Blatt (Seite 241) nicht mit eingebunden. - Durchgehend sauber und fleckenfrei. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        beschryvinge ende lof der stad Haerlem in Holland.

      Door Samuel Ampzing, van Haerlem. Mitsgaders Petri Schriveri Laure-Kranz voor Laurens Koster van Haerlem. Eerste vinder van de Boek-druckerye. Te Haarlem by adriaan Rooman, Ordinaris Stads-Boekdrucker 1628. 1 engr. frontisp. by TH.Matham, 2 engr maps of Haarlem, 4 engr. plts and 8 engr. fold. plts off J.van der Velde after P. Saenredam.

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        Benedicti Victorii Faventini, Medici Olim ac Philosophi Praestantissimi De Curandis Morbis Ad Tyrones Practica Magna: In Duos Tomos Diuisa: Opus Sane Omnibus Artem Medicam Exercitantibus Utilissimum, in Germania Nusquam

      Francofurti [Frankfort am Main] Johan Theobald Schonwetter; Typis Erasmi Kempferi 1628. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed; spine darkened. Some creasing to corners of feps, which are becoming loose. Text block firm. Ex.-lib. embossed stamps with minimal marking A Prima & Antique Editionis Contemporary Vellum 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). 1106pp, + index. ' .. a multis hucusque desideratum ideoque nunc demum per Petrum Uffenbachium P. & M.D. Reiq. publ. Moenofrancofurdianae Archiatrum, a primae & antiquae editionis mendis emaculatum, summa diligentia reuisum & denuo in lucem emissum dupliciq. indice donatum.'.

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        La géométrie, ou mesure des lignes droites éloignées, par le quarré géométrique.

      Paris, Jehan Moreau 1628 - In-4 [187 x 130 mm]. Collation : (8), 174 [i.e. 172], (8) pp. Basane brune, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées. (Reliure de l'époque.) Seconde édition, la première en 1623, de ce traité d'arpentage. Très belle illustration qui comprend un beau titre frontispice allégorique et 70 vignettes dans le texte, le tout gravé sur cuivre. Le mathématicien Jean Boulenger a fait parti, avec Etienne Pascal, Mydorge, Beaugrand, Herigone, des Commissaires nommés par Richelieu pour examiner la découverte que Morin prétendait avoir faite pour trouver la longitude. Une planche gravée se trouve reliée après les feuillets liminaires; elle n'appartient probablement pas à cet ouvrage car nous ne l'avions jamais rencontré. Papier un peu bruni, coiffes un peu usées. Bon exemplaire de cet ouvrage rare. Second edition, the first in 1623, of this treaty of land surveying. Very beautiful illustration which includes a beautiful allegorical frontispice and 70 vignettes in the text, all engraved on copper. The mathematician Jean Boulenger was one of the " Commissaires", with Etienne Pascal, Mydorge, Beaugrand, Herigone. named by Richelieu to examine the discovery of Morin. He claimed to have found a method to find longitude. Extremities of spine a bit damaged, paper lightly worn, good copy of this rare work. // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hugues de Latude]
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        The Prerogative of Parliaments in England: proved in a dialogue (pro & contra) between a councellour of state and a iustice of peace

      Midelburg [i.e. London]: [Thomas Cotes], 1628 - A slightly later issue distinguished as described in the STC, D3v line 17 ends: "more"; D1r line 6 from bottom: "seized" and Midelburg listed as the place of publication First edition, later issue (Printer and place of printing identified by STC). 4to. [8], 65, [1] pp. Blue paper wrapper, manuscript title, housed in a cloth covered slipcase. Upper cover split but holding, the terminal page number and ornament just trimmed, small restoration to final leaf in margin, occasional ink notations in various hands. STC 20649.3 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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