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        Aphorismes Civill and Militarie : Amplified with Authorities, and Exemplified with Historie, Out of the First Quarterne. A Brief Inference Upon Guicciardines Digression, in the Fourth Part of the First Quaterne of His Historie, ... (Truncated)

      Robert Allot, London, 1629, Full-Leather, Book Condition: GoodFull Book Title: Aphorismes Civill and Militarie : Amplified with Authorities, and Exemplified with Historie, Out of the First Quarterne. A Brief Inference Upon Guicciardines Digression, in the Fourth Part of the First Quaterne of His Historie, Forbidden the Impression. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall, 339pp + 61pp, 3 blank endpaper leaves at front and back. The full title of the second part of the book is "A Brief Inference Upon Guicciardines Digression, in the Fourth Part of the First Quaterne of His Historie, Forbidden the Impression, and Effaced out of the Original by the Inquisition". Full-leather covers, spine with bands and titles. The front cover is detached, spine heavily rubbed, some cracks to back spine joint. Internally there is a Newbattle Abbey Library sticker on front stuckdown (no other library marks on book, book came from the estate of a private individual), original stuckdowns quite ugly, creasing and missing top quarter to front free endpaper, inked initials on first two endpapers, armorial bookplate of Marquis of Lothian on back of third front endpaper, toning to margins of blank endpapers. The internal pages are clean and untoned, with woodcut decoration to the letter at the start of each aphorism. Though the covers need some work, the internal pages are in very good condition. 1.05kg.

      [Bookseller: Mayger & Mayger Pty Ltd]
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        Discours sur le Gouvernement des Monarchies et Principautez Souveraines (RELI? AVEC) Memoires et advis concernans les Charges de M. les Chanceliers & Gardes des Sceaux de France. Et autres discours, &c.

      Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, ru? Sainct-Jacques, aux Cicognes., 1629, Vellum, Book Condition: Tr?s Bonne Condition, Premi?re ?ditionSize: 17cm x 22cm, 2 livres en un. Discours sur le Gouvernement (1630): (2ff, Page-Titre, Privil?ge) - 54 pages - (1ff); Memoires et Advis (1629): (2ff, Page-Titre, Privil?ge) - 90 pages. Reliure us?e et l?g?rement souill?e, mais encore tr?s solide. Les pages int?rieures du premier volume sont en tr?s bonne condition, propres et solides. Dans le 2e volume (Memoires et advis), il y a un trou de ver sur une vingtaine de pages. Le trou de ver touche tr?s l?g?rement quelques lettres sans en affect? du tout la lecture, une restauration a ?t? faite. Autrement, les pages int?rieures du 2e volume sont en bonne condition et solide. TR?S RARE!!! Photos disponible sur demande. ENGLISH Description available upon request. // "Jacques Ribier, fut conseiller d'?tat, lieutenant g?n?ral et pr?sident au pr?sidial de Blois, auteur des M?moires de son nom depuis 1537 jusqu'en 1580. Son p?re ?tait Michel Ribier, lieutenant particulier ? Blois et sa m?re, Marguerite P?rault. Il fut re?u conseiller au Parlement de Paris s?ant ? Tours le 31 mai 1591, puis conseiller d'Etat, il fit aussi un livre sur la charge des chanceliers, et d'un autre sur les monarchies et principaut?s. Il mourut en 1636. Il avoit ?pous? Fran?oise Alleaume, morte le juillet 1644, fille de Nicolas Alleaume, seigneur de Plancy, conseiller au Parlement de Paris, et d'Antoinette du Vair. Il a eu 6 enfants.", Livre

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        Hispania, sive De regis hispaniae regnis et opibus commentarius

      Lugd. Batav.: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1629.

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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. The second Edition, corrected: with an Alphabeticall Table, thereunto added.

      COKE,Edward. 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. The second Edition, corrected: with an Alphabeticall Table, thereunto added. London, by the Assignes of Iohn More 1629Folio, 2 parts in 1 volume, 11.0 x 7.1 ins, contemporary calf, blindruled, spine with six raised bands, 6 leaves + 395ff; (2) + 34ff including the first blank, with the folding table with skilful repair; both titles within fine engraved borders, two engraved portraits, woodcut chapter headings and woodcut initials throughout, printed marginilia, printed in columns in English and French, contemporary ownership inscription in ink on front blank leaf of Elizabeth Lyshnon,old engraved bookplate of G.Helyar with Helyar arms, an excellent copy. Provenance: Helyar Family of Coker Court, East Coker, Somerset.STC 15785, 15788. Sweet & Maxwell, p.286, no.9. Printing & the Mind of Man, 126 [first edition of 1628]. Second edition of Sir Edward Coke?s (1552-1634) great work completing the codification of the Common law. First published in 1628, this revised and corrected edition was published a year later in 1629. This second edition contains for the first time the engraved portraits of Coke and Littleton, ?A Table? with separate title page dated 1629, ?To the Reader? and 34 pages of index, which was not published with the first edition."Ranging over the whole field of law, in comment, report, argument and decision, the Institutes is a disorderly, pedantic, masterful work in which the common thread is a national dogmatism, tenacious of its continuous self-perpetuating life. With it the lawyers fought the battle of the constitution against the Stewarts; historical research was their defence for national liberties. In the Institutes...the tradition of the common law...firmly established itself as the basis of the constitution". PMM

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        Inventaire de l'histoire generale des Turcs. Contenant leurs guerres, conquestes, seditions, & autres affaires remarquables, tant contre les Chrestiens, Grecs, Hongres, Polonois, Bulgares, Moldaues, Transsylvains, Valaques, Sclavons, Espagnols, Venitiens, Cheualiers de Rhodes & de Malte, que contre les infidelles Tartares, Perses, Egyptiens, Arabes, &c. Tire de Chalcondyle Athenien, Paul Ioue, Leonclavius, Lonicerus, & autres, iusques en l'annee mil six cens dix-sept. Et nouvellement reveu, continue & augmente depuis ladite annee mil six cens dix-sept, iusques a la presente mil six cens vingt-huict. Avec mal mort & genereuses actions de plusieurs Seigneurs, Gentilshommes Francois, & Chevaliers des Malte, qui s'y sont trouvez.

      Paris, Pierre Billaine, 1629.. 4to. 36 nn. ll., 923 (recte: 877) p., 1 blank l., 20 nn. ll. Contemporary flexible vellum with manuscript title on spine; little dust-soiled, rear board little wrinkled and with small tears on edges,. Rare and early edition of the most comprehensive of the books on Turkey the historiographer to the Court of France Baudier (c. 1589-1645) had published. - Browned, occasionally litte foxing, second half with waterstain in the lower outer corner, some pages with very small wormholes in outer margin, not affecting the text, pagination skips from 544 to 549, from 561 to 602 and from 812 to 815, but text is complete; pages 585/586 with small hole in margin from paper producing process.

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        Tractatus de evictionibus ... Omnibus quidem juri operam damtibus, tam in theorica, quam in praxi perutilis, et non minus judicibus, quàm advocatis valdè neccesarius. In quo non tatum quaestionum practicarum in jure civili, & canonico repertarum resolutiones spectantes, sed etiam omnem huius curiae cernere licet

      Matriti: apud viduam Ildephonsi Martin, expensis Dominici Goncalez, 1629.

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        Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis Sixti Qvinti Pont. Max. Ivssv recognita atque edita.

      Antwerpen, Plantijn (Antverpiae, ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti) 1629. (engraved titlepage) 729 p. Contemporary Vellum, 12° (nice copy, the first volume of the Small Vulgate Bible printed by the Plantin-Moretus office. Contains: Genesis, Exodi, Levitici, Nvmer, Devteron, Iosve, Ivdicvm and Rvth).

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        De Plantis Exoticis. Libri duo.

      - Venezia, G. Gueriglio, 1629. 4to (195 x 141 mm). pp. (xvi), 344, including engraved title and 145 full-page engravings. Contemporary vellum. Second edition, the first was published in 1627. Prospero Alpini (1553-1616) was director of the Botanic Gardens at Padua (1603-1616). "The material for the 'De plantis exoticis', which was published posthumously, also derived from Alpini's travels. With Onorio Belli he carefully studied the flora of Crete. Information on plants from other areas was later incorporated into the manuscript, which was edited by his son Alpino and completed in 1614. Data concerning some of these plants were obtained by examining specimens grown from seeds sent to Alpini. A total of 145 plants, each illustrated by a woodcut (incorrect should be engraving!), formed a notable contribution to Mediterranean floristics. This is especially true of the flora of Crete, many of whose plants were described for the first time. The accuracy of Alpini's descriptions was demonstrated by A. Baldacci and P.A. Saccardo, who identified seventy-one of the eighty-five Cretan plants on which he reported" (DSB).Title page with small paper repair, some insignificant paper repair to a few leaves with no loss of text.Hunt 213; Nissen BBI, 21.

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        Hispania, sive de Regis Hispaniæ Regnis et opibus Commentarius

      Lugd. Batav. [Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1629. . Second edition, 16mo, 520, (5 Index, 1) pp. Engraved title, 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 a little worn with slight loss to top. Laet was a director of the Dutch East India company and editor of several Elzevirs, including this one on Spain and the Canary Islands. Willems 313.

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      - **(ENVIO GRATIS = CORREO ORDINARIO // CERTIFICADO = 4-6 EUR. // CONTRAREEMBOLSO = 7-9 EUR.)** Ed. Francisci Fernandez de Cordova; Vallisoleti. 1629. Latin. Pergamino. 30x22 cms. 612 pags. Texto a dos columnas. Encuadernacion fatigada, falta la mitad superior de la lomera y numerosas manchas de la edad. Paginas envejecidas, con numerosos puntos y manchas de oxido, que no impiden la lectura. RELIGION. TEOLOGIA.

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        The First Part Of The Life And raigne of King Henrie the IIII. Extending to the end of the first year of his raigne. Written by I.H.

      London: Imprinted by John Wolfe, 1599 [i.e. Bernard Alsop and T.Fawcett, 1629?]. - small 4to. pp. 4 p.l., 149, [1], [blank leaf]. woodcut headpiece & initials. full morocco (c1900) (bit rubbed, some light staining). Third Edition. Hayward was imprisoned by Queen Elizabeth, 1599-1601, for publishing the present work, which he had dedicated to Essex. According to Pforzheimer, Elizabeth was apparently only dissuaded from hanging Hayward by Bacon’s comment, after reading the book, that the author was not guilty of treason but only of felony since he had stolen the better part from Tacitus. Following the accession of James I, Hayward secured a large practice in the court of arches, and in 1610 was named historiographer of the newly founded Chelsea College. STC 12997. Grolier, Wither to Prior, 431n. Pforzheimer 458. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Historie of the Raigne of King Henry the Seventh

      London: printed for I.H. & R.Y, 1629. SECOND EDITION. 1 volume, folio, (2)248pp.(5), clean and bright throughout. Bound in contemporary full sheep over cords, expertly rebacked in matching leather, gilt lettered black leather spine label, overall VERY GOOD. The second edition is the first to contain an index table not present in the first edition. Produced by Bacon after his 1621 impeachment by Parliament, and considered a high-spot of Renaissance historiography. This is the only historical literary endeavor of Bacon. When Baconians are confronted with their disbelief in Shakespeare they point out the from 1377 to 1547 there were eight kings of England and all make their appearance in ShakespeareÆs plays with but one exception, and that is, Henry VII. Besides, Bacon commences his History of Henry the VII where Shakespeare terminates his Richard III, that is, on Bosworth Field. It has further been pointed out that this work can easily fall into blank verse, though written in prose.

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        The Whole Book of Psalms, with the Prose on the Margin. Collected into English Meeter, by Th. Sternhold, John Hopkins, Set forth and allowed to be sung in all Churches, before and after Morning and Evening Prayer

      London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1629. (PSALMS, ENGLISH) 8vo. Title within woodcut historiated border512, [15] pp. Full contemporary olive morocco, 2 gilt outer panels with gilt-stamped lozenge on upper and lower cover, ties lost, black leather title lanbel, a.e.g. Signed on back free-endppaer "Mary Crosse/Mary Crosse/ Her Booke/1678."

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        The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England. : Or, a Commentary Upon Littleton, Not the Name of a Lawyer Onely, but of the Law It Selfe

      London : Printed by the assignes of John More, Esquire, 1629-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 4to. [10] 395p. [70] pages, 3 pl, : portraits, folded chart ; 28 cm. Bound in late 19th century diced leather. Gilt lettering on spine. 5 raised bands. Good binding and cover. Wear to extremities. Several owners names on FEP. Repair to edge of FEP. Front board starting. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning and toning. Contemporary notation to margins on a few pages. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. S&M 1:449(7); STC 15785; ESTC S113341 <br><br>The Institutes of the Lawes of England are a series of legal treatises written by Sir Edward Coke. They were first published, in stages, between 1628 and 1644. Widely recognized as a foundational document of the common law, they have been cited in over 70 cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States, including several landmark cases. For example, in Roe v. Wade (1973, Coke&#39;s Institutes are cited as evidence that under old English common law, an abortion performed before quickening was not an indictable offence. In the much earlier case of United States v. E. C. Knight Co. (1895, Coke&#39;s Institutes are quoted at some length for their definition of monopolies.

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        Scala Grimaldelli libro di aritmetica, et geometria speculativa, et pratticale. diviso in tre libri. Nel primo si tratta di cose pertinenti a mercadanti.nel secondo si tratta di.algebra. . Nel misurar della terra, muri, fieni, biave, vini, pietre et livelar acque et ogni altra cosa. di nuovo ristampato e accresciuto di molte cose da M. Filippo Macario Veronese.

      Donato Pasquardi, Padova 1629 - [Figurato Matematica-economia] (cm. 21,4) bella piena pergamena floscia originale, tracce di lacci, titolo ms. al dorso. -- cc. 4 nn., pp. 276. Vari schemi numerici e molte figure in xilografia con botti, case, porte, pagliai, fienili, campi ecc. Opera assai celebre che oltre 200 anni è stata il testo base di facile consultazione sui segreti della matematica, geometria, algebra e del far di conto. Smith afferma che il Feliciano ha redatto un manuale più facile e agevole pur avendo attinto all' opera del Borgo e del Pacioli. Secondo il Riccardi le aggiunte sarebbero opera del celebre Bernardino Baldi. Dato l' uso pratico, ben rare sono le copie in buono stato e ben complete come la nostra. Alcune carte interne un pò brunite per la qualità della carta, peraltro esemplare molto bello, fresco e a grandi margini. * Riccardi II 22; * Sotheran II 10639; * Honeyman IV 1287; * Smith "Rara Aritmetica" 150; * Brunet II 1204. Questa rara edizione manca a: Choix, Michel-Michel, graesse e Bm. Stc. Italian.[f61] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Regno Daniae et Norwegiae. Insulisque: adjacentibus juxta a de Holsatia Ducatum Sleswicensi et finitimis provincijs, Tractatus varij.

      Lugduni Batavorum; Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1629 - Small 8vo, 110 x 54 mms., pp. [xvi, including engraved title-page], 447 [448 - 452 Index, 453 privilege, 454 blank], title within border formed by arms of the Danish provinces, contemporary vellum, morocco label; crude but effective repair on verso of title-page, top and base of front joint cracked, but a good copy. This is an early publication by the Danish historiographer Stephanius (1599 - 1650), covering the early history of Iceland, Denmark, and Norway and includes (pp. 299 - 437) Arngrimur Jonsson's "Arngrimi Ionae Islandi Tractatus, de Islandice gentis primordiis, & veteri republica." This was the second edition published in 1729. A. Willems, Les Elzevier, no. 320.

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        Nicolai Burgundi I. C. Et Professoris Ordinari Codicis in Academia Ingolstadiensi. Historia Belgica : Ab Anno M. D. LVIII

      Ingolstadii : Ex Officina Wilhelmi Ederi. Apud Joannem Bayr, Anno Domini M. DC. XXIX 1629 - Desc. : [8], 497 [i. E. 489], [3] p ; 4[sup]0. Other names: Bayr, Joannes, [printer]. Language: Latin. Subject: Belgium - History - 1555-1648. Netherlands - History - Wars of Independence, 1556-1648. Errata on leaf 3Q2r. Printer's ornament on t. P. ; initials; printed marginalia. Several pagination errors; e. G. Nos. 185-186 repeated; nos. 237-246 omitted. Signatures: (? ) 4 A-3P4 3Q . Full, contemporary vellum, very good. Minor generalized wear and dust-toning to the bands and panel edges. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 497 pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        C. Corn. Tacitus ex Recensione Justi Lipsii nec non I. Isaci Pontani post Lipsium Aliosque

      No Publisher Stated, Amsterdam 1629 - Minor markings on front endpaper. Size: 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. 539 pp. Text is in Latin. Pages are yellowed and wrinkled, but are tight and clean. Has some curled corners. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 pound. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Non-English Language::Latin; Latin Language; Inventory No: 001333. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Summa de la Theologia Moral y canonica. [Texto impreso] : primera parte / compuesta por el P. Fray Henrique de Villalobos

      - Religión. Moral cristiana Imprenta de la viuda de Juan Chrisostomo Garviz Valencia 1629 Encuadenación en Pergamino de época. Hojas manchadas en los bordes. 29,5x21 cm. 14 h +612 pp + 22 h 1ª pagina orlada con texto a dos tintas y un grabado xilografíco. MA81 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Considerations touching a Warre with Spaine. Written by the Right Honourable Francis Lo. Verulam, Vi. St. Alban.

      London: Imprinted 1629 - Small quarto (183 × 134 mm). Early twentieth-century dark blue morocco for W.H. Smith, title gilt to spine, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with foliate tools, double gilt fillet panel to the boards, single rule to turn-ins. Title page slightly soiled, small snuff-holes to B3 and B4 costing part of a couple of letters, but overall very good. First edition, uncommon, just a handful of copies at auction in the last 30 years. Written in 1624, this essay is dedicated to Charles I, as prince of Wales ("Your Maiestie hath an Imperiall name; It was a Charles that brought the Empire first into France; A Charles that brought it first into Spaine; Why should not Great Brittaine have his turne?"), and is a plea for Britain to mount a naval challenge to Spain's European hegemony: "For money no doubt is the principall part of the greatnesse of Spaine but in this part of all others is most to be considered, the ticklish and brittle State of the greatnesse of Spain. Their greatnesse consisteth in their treasure, their treasure in their Indies, and their Indies (if it be well weighed) are indeed but an accession to such as are Masters of the Sea, so as this axeltree whereupon their greatnesse turneth is soone cut in two, by any that shall be stronger than they by Sea whereas wars are generally cause of poverty or consumption, on the contrary part the special nature of this warre with Spaine (if it be made by Sea) is like to be a lucrative and a restorative war". To this end it contains accounts of Drake's and Hawkins's various expeditions against the Spanish in the West Indies and Drake's exploits at Cadiz ("I remember Drake in the vaunting stile of a Souldier would call this Enterprise the cingeing of the King of Spaines beard"); a six-page narrative of the Spanish Armada - "that Sea Giant, the invincible Armado"; a commentary on the Spanish invasion of Ireland in 1601 and their ignominious defeat at Kinsale; and a spirited telling of the last fight of Sir Richard Grenville's Revenge: "In the yeere 1591 was that memorable fight of an English ship called the Revenge, under command of Sir Richard Greenfield, memorable I say beyond credit, & to the height of some heroicall fable. And though it was a defeat, yet it exceeded a victory, being like the Act of a Sampson that killed more men at his death than he had done in the time of all his life." In the foreword to his collection of essays by Bacon (Certaine Miscellany Works) published later in the same year, William Rawley, Bacon's chaplain, amanuensis and hagiographer, denigrated this edition as "corrupt and surreptitious", but this was the only separately printed contemporary edition in English of this work. Gibson, Francis Bacon 187; STC 1126 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Philosophia Magnetica, in qua Magnetis Natura penitus explicatur, et Omnium quae hoc Lapide cernuntur, causae propriae afferuntur

      Engraved title & several engravings & numerous woodcuts in the text. 8 p.l., 412, [12] pp. Folio, cont. half-sheep & marbled boards (minor worming towards end), spine gilt, black leather lettering piece on spine. Ferrara: F. Succius, 1629. First edition, Jesuit issue, and a very fine copy. "Perhaps the most significant discovery of the century following Gilbert was that of electrical repulsion. This effect seems first to have been noticed incidentally by Cabeus, who, in his Philosophia Magnetica (1629), describes how filings attracted by excited amber sometimes recoiled to a distance of several inches after making contact."-Wolf, A History of Science, Technology, and Philosophy, I, p. 303. Cabeo also relates his many experiments on the possibility of telegraphic communication by means of magnetized needles and gives the first picture of the sympathetic telegraph, an imaginary magnetic telegraph which sometimes appeared in early electrical literature, fancifully prefiguring the actual telegraph. It was supposed to operate by synchronous activation of two instruments with alphabetic dials whose needles had been magnetized by the same magnet. Cabeo (1586-1650), taught theology and mathematics in Parma for many years until he settled in Genoa where he taught mathematics. Handsome and large copy. There are three issues (no priority) of this book: the first issue has a royal coat-of-arms at the head of the title; the second issue has the coat-of-arms replaced by the Jesuit emblem; and the third was produced for export to Germany and has an added printed title with a Cologne imprint. &#10087; Ferguson, I, p. 136. Neville, I, p. 232. Riccardi, I, 205-06. Wheeler Gift Cat. 97-"the first recognition of electrical repulsion." .

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        De regno Daniae et Norwegiae, insulisque adjacentibus juxta ac de Holsatia, Ducatu Sleswicensi, et finitimis provinciis, tractatus varii.

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leyden], Officina Elzeviriana, 1629 - 16°, (11,5 x 6 cm), 1 Kupferstich-Titelblatt, (14) 447 pag. S. (6)., OPgt. der Zeit handschriftl. Rückenbeschriftung. Goldgepräg. Wappen a. Deckel, Tadellos m. handschriftliche Bemerkungen auf fliegendem Vorsatz. Das Titelblatt weist 1629 aus, in den Anmerkungen des Hrsgs. heisst es sinngemäss: «Der Leser wird von uns darauf hingewiesen, dass diese zweiten Ausgabe in einigen Punkten verändert wurde. Enthielt die frühere Ausgabe 8 Abhandlungen, haben wir zwei vollständig entfernt. Nämlich das Fragement eines sächsischen Grammatikus und die Beschreibung des Dänen Jonas Kolding . an deren Stelle haben wir die Beschreibung der Lage Dänemarks (von Jonas Kolding, Issak Pontano u. a.) eingefügt . unser Ziel ist es die heutige geographische Situation darzustellen». Zweite Ausgabe dieses Werkes in der Reihe der Druckerei Elzevier in Leyden über verschiedene Länder der Welt. (Willems 320). 1200 gr.

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        The Booke of Common Prayer:

      London: by Bonham Norton, and John Bill, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Majestie,, 1629. And administration of the Sacraments: And other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England. Folio (328 x 220 mm) in sixes. Contemporary calf, sides with frames in gilt and blind, fleurons at corners, enclosing gilt centrepiece with initials "MB" either side, skilfully rebacked with original flat spine laid down, gilt bands and ornaments, relined, old gilt edges at head and tail, gilt removed from the fore edge to allow painting, lacks ties. Engraved titles, 34 full-page genealogies, double-page map of Canaan woodcut initials and head- and tailpieces. Double-column, ruled in red. Boards a little scuffed and with a few wormholes and some surface loss to upper edge of rear board and corners, the occasional blemish to contents, a good copy. With a hand-painted watercolour by John T. Beer on the fore edge. An attractive example of the work of the fore-edge artist John T. Beer (1826?-1900), a successful Merseyside clothier and book collector, who turned to fore-edge painting in his retirement, producing more than 200 fore-edge paintings and painted bindings between 1884 and 1900. Beer used books from his own collection and he did not gild the fore-edges, though he cleaned and fanned the pages before adding his illustration; the closed book therefore shows a slightly foreshortened version of the scene, with the correct proportions only appearing when the pages are fanned open. His collection was sold at auction by Sotheby&#39;s in November 1903. Beer has titled this painting "The Finding of Moses" on the front pastedown. The front pastedown is relined with paper at a later date and has an example of Charles I&#39;s bookplate pasted to it, though the contemporary initials on the boards are "M.B.

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        De Corporibus marinis Lapidescentibus Quae Defossa Reperiuntur. Auctore Augustino Scilla addita dissertatione fabii columnae De Glossopetris, 1747

      SECOND EDITION, FIRST LATIN EDITION OF AN INFLUENTIAL, LAVISHLY ILLUSTRATED BOOK THAT ARGUED THE CASE FOR THE ORGANIC ORIGIN OF FOSSILS. Augustino Scilla (1629-1700) was a painter, philosopher, naturalist, antiquarian and numismatist, geologist, and is considered one of the founders of sedimentology. Calling it &#39;vain speculation,&#39; Scilla opposed the belief that fossils were just freaks of nature grown inside rocks. He believed that fossils were the remains of real animals and carried out the first real laboratory experiments to prove this. "In the 17th century, most scientists still considered fossils to be lusus naturae, sports of nature, born within rocks through the influence of the stars or by other strange means. Convinced that &#39;to doubt things is the best and only way to begin to know them, even approximately,&#39; Scilla described with admirable clarity and critical sense the observations he had made on the fossiliferous sedimentary terrains of both shores of the Strait of Messina, dealing with the succession of strata, the genesis of the rocks, and particularly the nature of the fossils. [Scilla] anticipated the principle that the present is the key to the past when he explained the repetition of coarse, medium, and fine-grained materials in terms of what he could see actually happening in the same places under the action of rapid torrents. He considered fossils to be animal remains imprisoned in rocks that are now hard but were originally muddy or sandy soil... Scilla studied the zoological features of each fossil, comparing them with those of analogous living species. He did not limit himself to the study of mollusks, the origins of which seemed obvious to him, but tackled more difficult problems, recognizing the presence of fossil corals and echinoderms and showing that the much-discussed glossopetrae are the teeth of sharks. To deny the organic origin of fossils, he concluded, was to &#39;commit the sin of disputing a known truth&#39;" (Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 12, 256-257). CONDITION & DETAILS: Romae: Typis Antonii de Rubeis. Second edition. First Latin edition. Quarto (11 x 8 inches; 275 x 200mm). [12], 73, [1], 6 Tabularum, [28 plates], 2. 28 copperplate engravings. Handsomely bound in green leather over marbled paper boards. Gilt-lettered red morocco spine label; gilt-tooling at the spine. Tightly and very solidly bound. Professionally rendered Japanese paper repairs to the upper right corner of the first ten pages. Minor and light dampstain to the lower right corner of the first 19 pages. Occasional light age toning throughout. Handsome wide margins and heavy stock paper. Very good condition.

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        Quintus Horatius Flaccus. Accedunt nunc Danielis Heinsii De Satyra Horatiana libri duo, in quibus totum poetae institutum & genius expenditur. Cum ejusdem in omnia poetae animadversionibus, longe auctioribus.

      Leiden (Lugd. Batav.), ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1629.. 12mo. 3 vols. in 1: (XXXII),239; 296 (recte 286), blank leaf ; 250 p., 2 blank leaves. Vellum 13 cm (Ref: Willems 314: 'cette edition d'Horace est jolie, et les exemplaires bien conserves se vendent assez cher'; Schweiger 2,403: 'Beste Ausgabe von Heinsius. Sehr sauber, in vollständigen Exx. höchst selten; cf. Dibdin 2,97/98; Berghman 2069: 'Edition jolie et recherchee'; Rahir 285; Copinger 2396) (Details: 5 thongs through covers; with engraved main title in front, and 2 separate titles; the first, which is bound after the preliminary leaves, bears the date 1628, the second, which is bound at the beginning of the last vol., is dated 1629. Both titles bear identical woodcut printer's marks; our copy matches the copy of Willems, except that the last blank leaf is lacking) (Condition: Cover slightly soiled and scratched; name on the upper margin of the title; bookplate on front pastedown) (Note: The famous Dutch scholar and poet Daniel Heinsius, 1580-1655 was born in Ghent. He studied in Leyden and became there the favourite pupil of the genius J.J. Scaliger, whom he succeeded as professor of Greek after 1609. Sandys calls his work on Greek authors, such as Hesiod and Aristotle better than his work on Latin authors. 'Nevertheless, his criticisms were highly praised by his contemporaries and by his immediate successors'. (Sandys, History of Classical scholarship, p. 314) The edition was a success. Dibdin mentions 4 editions by D. Heinsius in the 17th century.) (Provenance: Name of Rob Hesketh on title; a bookplate of Robert Hesketh esq. & a small label of Rossall Hall Library on front pastedown; This Robert Hesketh is probably the Hesketh, 1789-1868, who was British consul in Rio de Janeiro; see for more details about him: (Collation: *-2*8, A-P8 (P8 blank); a-r8, s8 (minus s8 = blank); A-P8, Q8 (Q6 & Q7 blank, minus Q8) (Photographs on request).

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        Relacion de la entrada del Exercito Imperial en Italia, I puestos que su Magestad Cesarea ha ocupado en la Valtelina, I la ratificacion de las paces con el Rei de Dinamarca, y el Gran Turco

      Peace with the Ottoman Empire. 1629. Madrid. Bernardino de Guzman. In folio (292 mm x 205 mm). 2 ff. Early 20th century wrappers. Clean copy with wide margins.First edition. Rare relation of the Spanish army entry to Italia, and the peace consolidated with the great Turk (referring to the leader of the Ottoman Empire); it contains a detailed update on the events and progress of the armies, as well as news of the peace treaty signed with the Ottomans for 20 years. The prose is complicated and mostly addressed at praising the Spanish King, however still informative of the current event in Europe and the relation with the most powerful middle-eastern kingdom.Rare, only one copy in public institutions in Spain; there is a copy at the Real Academia de la Historia in Madrid in manuscript.Not in Palau.

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        [49 documents on the history of the Thirty Years' War]. Liège, etc., 1629-1634[-ca. 1648]. Folio (32.5×23.5 cm). Manuscript on paper in Latin, French and Italian. Italian limp sheepskin parchment (ca. 1651), constructed from the gold-tooled parchment of two smaller bindings.

      Phillipps manuscripts 7596. Interesting collection of 49 manuscript documents on the history of the Thirty Years' War, including contemporary copies of letters and other documents by King Gustav Adolf of Sweden, King Louis XIII of France, King Philippe IV of Spain and many other leading figures. About 16 are undated but the rest are dated 1629 to 1634 from Liège, Mainz, Versailles, Trier, Brussels, etc. Several watermarks or groups of related watermarks repeat in about 40 of the documents, and most of these are written in similar upright hands, so many of the documents are probably contemporary copies from a single or a small number of sources. The remaining documents show different watermarks and different (mostly sloped cursive) hands, so they may have been assembled from a variety of sources. Much of the paper may have come from Vosges but was used in the Low Countries in the 1630s. Since the spine title mentions the date 1651 and the binding decoration appears to be Italian, it seems likely that the collection was assembled and bound there.From the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps. The binding is wrinkled with a few small tears. Some of the paper stocks are browned and the edges of some documents tattered, but they are otherwise in good condition.

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        Consiliorum Sive Responsorum Iuris

      1629. A Rare Volume of Consilia by a Sicilian Jurist Costa, Francesco Antonio. Costa, Placidio, Editor and Annotator. Consiliorum Sive Responsorum Juris. Volumen Primum. Quibus Novissime Accesserunt Annotationes Don Placidi Costa. Messina: Typis Petri Breae, 1629. [xx], 498, 27, [68] pp. Complete as issued. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-3/4"). Contemporary vellum, red and green lettering pieces to spine. Spine ends bumped, a few minor smudges and stains, light rubbing to lettering pieces. Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, faint dampstining in a few places, pp. 197-200 lacking, replaced by bound-in contemporary manuscript copies. Early stuck-through signature to front free endpaper, offsetting from ink to front pastedown, interior otherwise clean. * Second and final edition. This was the first volume of a projected multi-volume collection of legal opinions edited and annotated by the author&#39;s son. Francesco Antonio Costa was a jurist, state official and law professor in Messina, Sicily. It was first published in 1609. (It is a shorter work without the annotations by Placidio Costa.) OCLC locates 1 copy worldwide of the 1629 edition (at the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris), none of the first. Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        Der den Fluß durchschreitende Mann.

      1629. Radierung, 1629, auf Bütten. 11,7:17,8 cm. Literatur: Nagler aus 2; Nagler, Monogrammisten, II, 587. Hier werden Richters Radierungen als "Seltene Blätter" bezeichnet; Andresen 9. - Vorzüglicher nuancenreicher Abdruck, auf die Plattenkante geschnitten. Etwas fleckig, minimale Beschädigung im Rand links unten. Provenienz: Sammlung Fürst zu Liechtenstein; C.G. Boerner, Düsseldorf; Rheinische Privatsammlung.. Christian Richter, Stammvater der weitverzweigten Weimarer Künstlerfamilie Richter, war hier als Hofmaler tätig.

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        Le marche d'esclaves oder La petite vue de Paris.

      1629. Radierung, 1629, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Posthorn (Lieure 45). 11,5:21,7 cm. Literatur: Meaume 712; Lieure 369, II (von VI). Prachtvoller und gleichmäßiger Frühdruck, klar und präzise bis in die feinen Details der Ansicht von Paris im Hintergrund. Vor der Adresse von Fagani. Mit feinem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. - Vereinzelte schwache und nur verso sichtbare Stockflecken beeinträchtigen die bis auf eine leichte Bräunung des Papiers sonst hervorragende Erhaltung des Blattes nicht. Seltene und frühe Ansicht, die einen Blick auf die Pariser Innenstadt zeigt.. "Callots Hauptehrentitel ist, daß er die Radierung zu einer selbständigen Kunst erhoben hat. Bislang war sie eigentlich nur als der schneller arbeitende Ersatz für den Linienstrich gepflegt worden. Gab es wohl auch hie und da Ausnahmen, so ist es doch zuerst Callot, der sein ganzes Lebenswerk der Radierung widmet und somit ihren Anspruch auf die Ehren einer hohen, selbständigen Kunst rechtfertigt. Er hat ihr auch als erster ein spezifisches Gepräge verliehen durch den Ausbau der Kunst des Deckens', die es bekanntermaßen ermöglicht, in unvergleichlicher Weise die Luftperspektive zu beherrschen. Hier ist er nicht nur der Erfinder, wenn man sich so ausdrücken darf, gewesen, sondern auch unübertroffen geblieben, wie viele seiner Ansichten und Landschaften, vor allem sein berühmter Pont neuf', bezeugen. Sodann ist von Wichtigkeit, dass Callot der erste große schöpferische' Künstler ist, der sich damit bescheidet, lediglich Graphiker zu sein." (zitiert aus: Thieme-Becker, Bd. V, S. 407).

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        C. Corn. Tacitus ex Recensione Justi Lipsii nec non I. Isaci Pontani post Lipsium Aliosque

      No Publisher Stated, Amsterdam, 1629. Hardcover. Fair Condition. Minor markings on front endpaper. Size: 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. 539 pp. Text is in Latin. Pages are yellowed and wrinkled, but are tight and clean. Has some curled corners. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 pound. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Non-English Language::Latin; Latin Language; Inventory No: 001333. .

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        Horologium oscillatorium sive de motu pendulorum ad horologia aptato demonstrationes geometricae.Paris: F. Muguet, 1673.

      First edition and a very fine copy of the author's most important work, "a superb tapestry woven from the three strands of the science of Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695): mathematics, mechanics, and technology" (<i>Landmark Writings</i>, p. 34). It was "the most original work of this kind since Galileo's <i>Discorsi</i>" (PMM), and a "work of the highest genius which has influenced every science through its mastery of the principles of dynamics. It is second in scientific importance perhaps only to Newton's <i>Principia</i>, which is in some respects based on it" (Charles Singer, <i>A Short History of Science to the Nineteenth Century</i>, 1941, p. 258). It is also probably the single most important book in the literature on clocks.<br/><br/> &#10087; PMM 154; Dibner 145; Horblit 53; Evans 31; Sparrow 109; Norman 1137.<br/><br/> <i>Provenance:</i> The title-page is inscribed "Au / P[ère] Fiacre de / Paris Pred[icateu]r Cap[ucin]", in a contemporary hand. Below the donation inscription someone (presumably Fiacre) wrote "Pour / les Capucins / de St Honoré", i.e. the Capucin convent on rue St-Honoré, Paris, which was founded in 1574. Apparently he changed his mind however - perhaps because other copies of the book were available in Paris - and so he stuck a piece of paper over this inscription to hide it, and wrote on it "aux / Capucins de / Meudon". Meudon (south-west of Paris, towards Versailles) was the first Capucin convent in France, founded in 1572. He then also wrote of the reverse of the leaf, to try to prevent anyone reading the inscription donating the book to St-Honoré. One sheet of paper laid in with scientific notes, probably in the hand of Fiacre. <br/> The book later belonged to Pierre Berès (1913-2008), French bookseller and antiquarian book collector. He was described as "the king of French booksellers" in his New York Times obituary and as "a legendary figure in the world of art, collecting and publishing" by French culture minister Christine Albanel. <br/><br/> The construction of a reliable time-keeping device was essential for determining longitude, a problem of acute importance in seventeenth-century Europe. Galileo had discovered the isochronism of the pendulum (that the duration of its swing is independent of the width of the swing) and had proposed, unknown to Huygens, the construction of a pendulum clock. But Huygens was the first to actually construct such a clock, which he described in his <i>Horologium</i> (1658), a brief work of just 15 pages, not to be confused with the present work. Huygens realized what Galileo had not: that the isochronism of the pendulum is not exact, and only approximately true when the width of the swing is small. For the clock described in his 1658 work, he had reduced the swing of the pendulum by inserting additional gearing in the form of a crown wheel and pinion, "which allows the pendulum to swing with so small an arc that any variation has a negligible effect on the time" (Baille, p. 54). But by 1659 Huygens had already discovered a method of recovering exact isochronism: he restricted the swing of the pendulum by using 'cheeks' in the form of a cycloid (the path of a point on the edge of a circle as it rolls along a straight line). This discovery, which he had called "the most fortunate finding which ever befell me" (<i>DSB</i>), rested on a detailed mathematical analysis of circular motion, and of dynamics more widely, that is presented in the present work.<br/><br/> <i>Horologium oscillatorium</i> was in five closely-related parts. The first described the new cycloidal clock and how to build it; the next two parts were devoted to establishing that the cycloidal clock is isochronous. In Part 2 Huygens took up Galileo's analysis of free fall and fall along inclined planes and extended it to fall along curves, where the curve was approximated at each point by its tangent. Although completely general, the propositions were background to the main theorem in which Huygens demonstrated that, given a cycloid erected in the vertical plane with its axis perpendicular and its vertex at the bottom, no matter where along the inverted cycloid a body is released it will reach the bottom in a fixed amount of time; that is, fall along an inverted cycloid is isochronous.<br/><br/> In Part 3 Huygens introduced the concept of an 'evolute,' a curve that is 'unrolled' to create a second curve (the first curve was called the 'involute' of the second). The pendulum of his clock served as his model: if a cord were 'unrolled' off one curved plate, the bob would trace out the involute. Given the results of Part 2, he obviously wanted the curve swept out by the bob to be a cycloid; its evolute is the shape into which the curved plates should be bent. To his surprise he discovered that it was another cycloid. To derive this result Huygens used a very personal form of infinitesimal analysis, a fusion of the Cartesian analytic geometry that he had learned from van Schooten with classical geometry and contemporary infinitesimal techniques, but in the published version he banished infinitesimals and proved that the evolute of a cycloid is another cycloid by using a sequence of propositions that defined the reciprocal relationship between the tangent of the evolute and the perpendicular (we would now say normal) of the involute.<br/><br/> In Part 4 Huygens extended his treatment of the 'simple pendulum,' a weightless cord with a point mass at the end, to that of a 'compound pendulum,' in which the swinging mass can be any body whatever. This gave him a way to take into account the mass of the cord and bob and to adjust the rate of swing of the pendulum by means of a small weight that could be moved up and down the cord; thus the clock could be made physically as exact as possible. Huygens was able to derive a simple pendulum that was isochronous to any given compound pendulum.<br/><br/> In Part 5 of <i>Horologium oscillatorium</i> Huygens introduced another clock, this one based on a three-dimensional mathematical model that paralleled the design elements in the clock of Part 1, which had been treated as a two-dimensional system: the pendulum was presumed to swing in a plane. The progenitor of this second clock had also begun life with a freely swinging pendulum, but its bob had rotated in a circle and hence the cord traced out a cone. But as with the cycloidal clock, he modified the clock of Part 5 so that it was constrained by a curved plate to move isochronously. In one of his discoveries made in 1659, Huygens had shown that a ball circulating inside a chalice shaped like a paraboloid (the surface generated by revolving a parabola about its axis) completed any circle in the same amount of time, regardless of how high or low the ball was in the chalice: the paraboloid was isochronous. With his theory of evolutes, he could easily transfer this result to the rotating pendulum and deduce the proper shape for a curved plate that would hold the revolving bob onto the imaginary surface of a paraboloid. By Part 3, Proposition 8, the evolute of a parabola is a semicubical parabola so, if a pendulum were mounted to a curved plate shaped like a semicubical parabola and if the combined pendulum and plate were then rotated about an axis, the bob would isochronously sweep out a paraboloid. Like its cycloidal brother, the paraboloidal clock would theoretically keep perfect time.<br/><br/> With the description of the paraboloidal pendulum clock, <i>Horologium oscillatorium</i> came to an end. Huygens did not provide a detailed mathematical study of the second clock to parallel the analysis he had given for the first. Instead, he merely appended a list of thirteen theorems regarding motion in a circle that had guided his creation of the clock in 1659, but he withheld their proofs. Huygens's stated intent was to save the results for a larger work that would present his definitive explanation of circular motion and centrifugal force. Alas, that work never materialized, although hints of it are found in his manuscripts; the original proofs finally appeared in his <i>Opuscula posthuma</i> (1703) under the title 'De vi centrifuga.' <br/><br/> G. H. Baillie, <i>Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World</i>, 1966; I. Grattan-Guiness (ed.), </i>Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics</i>, 2005, Chapter 3.. Folio (322 x 208 mm), pp [xiv] 161 [1:errata] (blank e4 following the preface and final blank X2 not present), ornamental royal armorial woodcut device on title and approximately 100 woodcut diagrams in text including a full-page illustration of a clock mechanism on A2b, woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Contemporary calf with six raised bands and gilt compartments, some wear and rubbing, completely unrestored, a clean, fresh copy of a work that often suffers from considerable browning

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        Laus Asini Tertia Parte Auctior Cum Aliis Festivis Opusculis, Quorum Seriem Pagella Sequens Indicat

      Lugd. Batavorum [i.e. Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1629. Lugd. Batavorum [i.e. Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1629. Second Elzevir. 24mo in 6s. [20], 438pp. Engraved title page. Contemporary vellum yapp edges, lettered in manuscript to spine. Soiled. From the Encombe library of John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (1751-1838), twice Lord Chancellor of England, with his circular armorial bookplate of the same, and earlier Johannes Christenius&#39; copy with his the ink inscription of Johannis Christenii, 1643, Hagae, to foot of title. This copy of the second and extended Elzevir edition of the mock scholarly essays of philologist Daniel Heinsius (1580-1655) has a distinguished continental provenance: that of distinguished humanist, jurist on marriage of the Amsterdam Athenaeum and sometime pupil of Heinsius, Johannes Christenius (c.1600-1672). Willems 315

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        Le marche d'esclaves oder La petite vue de Paris.

      1629. Radierung, 1629, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Posthorn (Lieure 45). 11,5:21,7 cm. Literatur: Meaume 712; Lieure 369, II (von VI). Prachtvoller und gleichmäßiger Frühdruck, klar und präzise bis in die feinen Details der Ansicht von Paris im Hintergrund. Vor der Adresse von Fagani. Mit feinem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. - Vereinzelte schwache und nur verso sichtbare Stockflecken beeinträchtigen die bis auf eine leichte Bräunung des Papiers sonst hervorragende Erhaltung des Blattes nicht. Seltene und frühe Ansicht, die einen Blick auf die Pariser Innenstadt zeigt.. "Callots Hauptehrentitel ist, daß er die Radierung zu einer selbständigen Kunst erhoben hat. Bislang war sie eigentlich nur als der schneller arbeitende Ersatz für den Linienstrich gepflegt worden. Gab es wohl auch hie und da Ausnahmen, so ist es doch zuerst Callot, der sein ganzes Lebenswerk der Radierung widmet und somit ihren Anspruch auf die Ehren einer hohen, selbständigen Kunst rechtfertigt. Er hat ihr auch als erster ein spezifisches Gepräge verliehen durch den Ausbau der Kunst des Deckens', die es bekanntermaßen ermöglicht, in unvergleichlicher Weise die Luftperspektive zu beherrschen. Hier ist er nicht nur der Erfinder, wenn man sich so ausdrücken darf, gewesen, sondern auch unübertroffen geblieben, wie viele seiner Ansichten und Landschaften, vor allem sein berühmter Pont neuf', bezeugen. Sodann ist von Wichtigkeit, dass Callot der erste große schöpferische' Künstler ist, der sich damit bescheidet, lediglich Graphiker zu sein." (zitiert aus: Thieme-Becker, Bd. V, S. 407).

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        Ala modo Monsiers. Die Newe umbgekehrte Welt

      (N?erg?), (1629).. (Nürnberg?), (1629).. Mit großem Kupferstich, dazu kleines Klappteil. 35,5 x 26,9 cm Coupe 10, Taf. 129; Drugulin 1754; nicht bei Hofmann-Randall. - Das große Kupfer zeigt links "Der Alten Teutzschen Ala Modo", rechts "Nagel new Ala Modo mit einer Engeländischen Nebelhauben", dazwischen einen auf dem Kopf stehenden Gaukler, dieser sagt "Vnser sein Zween", der modische Herr zu seiner Rechten antwortet (in Spiegelschrift) "Halt das maul du Narr". Klappt man den Rock seiner Begleiterin hoch, kommt darunter ("Guck recht") ein furzender Affe zum Vorschein. Das lange dreispaltige Gedicht unter dem Kupfer ist signiert "Caspar Uttenhovius". - Knapp beschnitten, dadurch die schmale typogr. Umrandung teilw. tangiert; kaum gebräunt oder stockfleckig, rückseitig Leimspuren, am rechten Rand schmale hinterlegte Schadstelle.

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        De regno Daniae et Norwegiae, insulisq. adjecentibus: juxta ac de Holsatia, ducatu Sleswicensi, et finitimis provincijs tractatus varii.

      . Leyden: ex officina Elzeviriana 1629. With engraved titlepage and dec. initials. (14) + 447 + (6) pp. Bound together with:<br>BUREUS, A. and others: Svecia, siue de Suecorum regis dominiis et opibus. Commentatrius politicus. Leiden: Lugd. Batav., ex officina Elzeviriana 1633. With engraved titlepage and dec. initials. (4) + 306 pp. Bound in one contp. full vellumbinding. With contp. notes and names. * Both 2nd edition. <br>Willems 320 + 394. Bibl. Dan. II, 597. Fiske I,551. Skougaard III,142. Thesaurus 666.<br>.

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        Alphonsi a Caranza, icti Hispani, Tractatus Juridicus & Practicus, DE PARTU, de eius conceptione, formatione, de Foetu in utero, de Postumis, de Conditione partus, expositione, Abortivo, Monstruoso, Numeroso partu , cum diatriba eiusdem, super primore temporum doctrina in libris Par. Dionysii Petavii additae insuper Caroli Annibalis Fabroti

      Coloniae, Ioannis de Tournes & Iacobi de la Pierre, 1629 - 24x17 cm. 30 hojas, inclusive portada a dos tintas, 734 pp., 27 hojas de índices. Texto a dos columnas. Encuadernación de la época a plena piel con nervios, fatigada. Titulo pintado en el corte inferior. Primera edición de este tratado de jurisprudencia sobre los fetos y los partos. Las aprobaciones y licencias, así como algunos escolios son en castellano. Una de las obras más eruditas de este escritor y abogado español de fines del siglo XVI y principios XVII, que figura en el Catálogo de Autoridades de la lengua española. Obra muy rara. No en Catálogo del Patrimonio Bibliográfico Español. No en BN. Palau 44.946.

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        I Dieci Libri Dell&#39;Architettura Di M. Vitruvio Traddotti, & Commentati da Monsig. Daniel Barbaro

      Venice: Apresso Alessandro de' Vecchi, 1629. Venice: Apresso Alessandro de&#39; Vecchi, 1629. Hardcover. 19th century mottled calf, marbled boards, red leather spine label printed in gilt, all edges yellow. Very good/No Dust Jacket. Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus. 506 pages [A-TTT4]. 23.5 x 18 cm. Two folding plates and a host of full and double page woodcut illustrations. FOWLER 416. "A reprint of the text and illustrations of the Venice 1567 quarto edition with some corrections and additions. The title page border of the 1584 edition (No. 413), used here as a half title, has `Il Perfetto Vitruvio Con li Commenti del Barbaro.&#39; in place of the title, and `Si vende in Venetia, alla Libraria della Gatta&#39; in place of the imprint. The dedication by de Vecchi is dated 1629, and the preface, p. [vi-vii], which appears under the name is the same as the one signed by Francesco de Franceschi Sanese in both the 1567 and 1584 editions." Old stamp of Biblioteca Giovannini in outer margin of tile, very minor worming head of last two leaves not affecting text, blank lower half of final leave reinforced.

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        Laus asini tertia parte auctior: cum alijs festivis opusculis, quorum seriem pagella sequens indicat.

      Lugd. Batavorum: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, Leiden, Netherlands, 1629. Second Edition. Binding: Vellum. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: N/A. brown titles spine; b/w. title-page engraving shows two cavaliers bowing to a donkey; collection of praise burlesque, very satirical, Latin satires on scholarly essays by the Dutch philologist Daniel Heinsius (1580-1655), whose first edition was printed by the same printers in 1623; contains, as well as the satire which gives the title to the book, several shorter essays; epistolae: (viro clarissimo Hugoni Grotio & Dominico Baudio); seven pages of iambi to Baudius on the death of his wife; & a seventeenth century parody of Catullus 4.; some writing by previous owners inside front & rear covers; the Vellum is a little soiled from nearly 400 years of handling; 438 pages. Size: 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. Text is in Latin. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Humour; Satire/Burlesque; Classics; Holland; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Latin Language; Literature & Literary. Inventory No: CLS00014.

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        Beschreibung aller furnemisten mineralischen Ertzt unnd Bergwercksarten, wie dieselbigen, und eine jede insonderheit, ihrer Natur und Eygenschafft nach, auf alle Metalla probirt, unnd im kleinen Fewer sollen versucht werden. Auffs newe erklärt.

      Frankfurt, G. Tampach, 1629.. 31,5 x 20 cm. 1 Blatt, 134 num. Blatt, 3 Blatt. Mit Titelholzschnitt und 41 grossen Textholzschnitten. Pergamentband der Zeit.. Koch 130; Darmstaedter, Probirbüchlein 92. - Sechste Ausgabe des erstmals 1574 erschienenen Bergwerks- u. Probierbuches, "eines der besten, die nach Agricola erschienen sind" (Darmstaedter). Die schönen Holzschnitte zeigen Bergleute u. Metallurgen mit ihren Geräten u. an den Schmelzöfen. - Einband altersfleckig, unteres Kapital und eine Ecke mit Bezugsfehlstellen, Papier teils stark gebräunt und teils etwas wasserrandig, letzte Seiten mit Wurmspuren im Bund, teils mit Textberührung. Titel mit Randausriß, wenige Blätter mit kleinen Löchern, teils mit minimalem Textverlust.

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        Hispania, sive De regis hispaniae regnis et opibus commentarius

      Lugd. Batav.: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1629. Lugd. Batav.: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1629. 16mo (11 cm, 4.375"). 520 pp., [4] ff. (final blank leaf). Second edition, as => expanded to include material on the Canary Islands; issued the same year as the first. Significant as an => Americanum, this has chapters or sections on Florida, New Spain, Chile, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Cuba, Santo Domingo, Sinaloa, Culuacan, Puerto Rico, Veragua, the Yucatan, the Rio de la Plata, Zacatecas, Jalisco, and Brazil. Also there is information on Africa, including the Congo and Angola, and on Asia, principally Ceylon, Madagascar, and the Moluccas. The author was the cosmographer and historiographer of the Dutch East India Company as well as the Dutch royal family&#39;s official translator. => This is one of the scarcest volumes in commerce of the Elzevirs&#39; series of histories in the Respublica series. It is only the fourth copy we have had in our 30+ years in the antiquarian book business. Provenance: Faded 17th-century inscription on title-page indicating the volume was a gift of P. Dupre to a school whose name we do not decipher. Willems 313; Rahir 284; European Americana 629/79; Palau 129562; Sabin 38560; Borba de Moraes (2nd ed.), Bibliographia brasiliana, I, 450. Contemporary Dutch vellum over paste boards, all edges red with that dye sometimes spilling into margins. => A clean, very good copy of this nice little book.

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        Trias Cratoniana medica. Drey aussbündige Tractat dess ... I. Microtechne, Kleine Artzneykunst. II. Methodus, Wegweiser zur Cur. III. Diaetetice Lebens: und Speiss Ordnung. Ins Teutsch gebracht durch Johann Fabricium. - (Angebunden:) Ders.: Miscelanea Cratoniana medica: Mischling allerhand Artzeneyischer Rath und Hilffmittel ... I. Aphoristica, Haupt und Schluss Sprüche. II. Epistolica, Ausszug der Episteln. III. Euporista Gute leichte Hauss-Mittel. IV. Pharmaceutica, Apotecker-Artzney. Item(:) Gynaeceia, von sonderbaren Blödigkeiten dess Weiblichen Geschlechts. Mit einverleibten Bericht Hieronymi Capivaccii von Fantanellen und Andrae Aurifabri vom Agestein. Erlesen / unterschieden und verteutschet Durch Johann Fabricium.

      8°. 106 S., 1 n.n. Bl.; 214 (von 237) S. Pergamentband der Zeit. VD 17 39:140447Y und 39:140483U. - Nicht bei Krivatsy. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Auswahl aus den seit 1595 in Lateinisch erschienenen "Consiliorum & epistolarum medicinalium". Teil zwei mit einer gedruckten Widmung von Fabricius von Hilden. Ohne die Seiten 214-237 der "Miscelanea". - Titelblatt fleckig. Einband fleckig.

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        De regno Daniae et Norwegiae insulisq. adjacentibus: juxta ac De Holsatia, Ducatu Sleswicensi, et finitimis provincijs. Tractatus varij. Leiden, Elzevier, 1629. Gestoch. Tit. , 7 Bll., 510 S., 1 Bl., 2 w. Bll. 16°. Ldr. d. Zt. mit RVerg. u. Deckelverg. u. Goldschnitt.

      1629. . Willems 320.- Erste und ungekürzte Ausgabe der Reihe über verschiedene Länder der Welt, die im Verlag Elzevier in Leyden erschien.- Enthält alle 8 Abhandlungen, also einschließlich der Abhandlung des sächsischen Grammaticus (Abhandlung II.) sowie die des Dänen Jonas Kolding (V. Abhandlung).- Gestochener Titel mit 13 Wappendarstellungen.- Titel mit kleinem hinterlegten Einriß (1 cm) am rechten unteren Blattrand.

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        'Fossa quae a Rheno ad Mosam duci coepta est Anno CICICCXXVII. - Excudit Guilj. Janßonius Blaeuw.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Grollae obsidio b. Willem Jansz. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1629, 39 x 51 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 537, 3790:2.1; 2:011; Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S. 71, Nr. - Die 1. Version der Blaeuschen Fossakarte ohne Rückentext aus dem von Hugo Grotius verfaßtem Buch "Grollae obsidio"; die erste Version der Fossakarte von Blaeu war auch 1630 in seinem "Atlas Appendix" enhalten.

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        XCVI. Sermons By the Right Honorable and Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrewes

      George Miller, for Richard Badger 1629 - Folio. Handsomely bound in fine black leather. Gilt ruled and ornamented spine compartments with 5 raised bands. Fine binding and cover. [11], 1008, [4], 167, [4], 22, + 1 (errata) p. Wood block prints. Tear on final errata page. Minor marginal repair to title page. Text book generally clean and unmarked. Minor marginal damp stain to a few pages. STC 606. Wing A3142. "Edited by Archbishop Laud and J. Buckeridge, Bishop of Ely."--Brit. mus. Cat. An important Anglican work (Church of England). Andrewes (1555-1626) was an English bishop and scholar during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I. He is noted for his work overseeing the King James Bible. Andrewes' sermon following the Gunpowder Plot is the basis of later-day commemoration and celebrations of the event. This work was printed at the command of King James I. Additionally, Andrewes' sermons have been used to promulgate the doctrine of the Divine Right of Kings. Andrewes was influential on modern authors Kurt Vonnegut and T.S. Elliot, among others. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        'Daniae Regni Typum Potentißimo. Invictißimoq. D. Christiano, Daniae, Norvegiae, Gotthorum Vandalorum Regi, lubens offert. Ioannes Ianßonius. 1629. - Ioannes Ianßonius Excud.':.

      . Kolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlantis Maioris Appendix ... b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, dat. 1629, 46,5 x 54,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica Neerlandica, Bd. VI, S. 328 ff., Map 76.1; Bramsen, Gamle Danmarkskort. En Historisk Oversigt Med Bibliografiske Noter For Perioden 1570-1770, S. 107, Abb. 75. - Zeigt Dänemark mit Schleswig-Holstein u. das südliche Schweden (Schonen / Skane) umgeben von 4 Randleisten mit 10 Stadtansichten von Kopenhagen, Helsingör, Landskrona, Ripen, Schleswig, Hamburg, Lübeck, Oldenburg in Holstein u. Kronenburg. - Die beiden seitlichen Randleisten mit Trachtendarstellungen aus Schleswig u. Dänemark. - Oben links u. rechts in den Ecken Porträts. - Oben mittig Wappen. - Unten mittig weiteres Porträt. - Vorliegendes Exemplar der 1. Zustand dieser Karte, die später (nach 1630) auch noch mit getilgter Jahreszahl erschien. - Sehr seltene Randansichtenkarte von Dänemark. coloured cooper-engraving from Atlantis Maioris Appendix published by Joannes Janssonius in Amsterdam, dat. 1629, 46,5 x 54,5 cm

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