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        Le Lettere Familiari Latine di M. T. Cicerone, e d?altri Auttori. Commentate in Lingua Volgare Toscana d Giovanni Fabrini da Fighine. Con ordine, che il volgare e commento del Latino, et il Latino del Volgare, ambedue le lingue dichiarandosi l?una con l?altra. Di nuovo Ristampate, & con somma diligenza ricorrette. Et aggiuntevi alcune Annotationi nei Margini, che illustrano grandemente il Testo. Ci sono ultimamente aggiunte da M. Filippo Venuti da Cortona, l?osservationi da esprimere tutte le parole, & concetti Volgari Latinamente, secondo l?uso di Cicerone. Opera sopra ogni altra utile, e necessaria à tal cosa. In Venetia, Appresso i Sessa, 1629.

      In folio, [mm. 335 x 232], pp. [2] ? 403 ? (1) ? (66). Al frontespizio grande marca tipografica dei Sessa con un gatto che ha in bocca un topolino entro una cornice attorniata da girali, con due maschere in alto ed in basso. Nella cornice il motto dissimilium infida societas. Due puttini alati sorreggono il tutto. (Marca Z590 in SBN). Grandi finali e capilettera incise in legno. Le Osservazioni, con propria numerazione presentano una grande testata ornata. Numerosi errori di numerazione (pp. 51, 54-59, 125, 132, 143, 186-7, 280-282, 377, 393-394 e 43 dell?indice). Una carta bianca inserita dopo la p. 12. Legatura moderna in mezza pergamena con unghiature. Carta decorata. Bindelle in cuoio, una delle quali strappata è conservata all?interno. Autore e titolo scritto ad inchiostro sul dorso liscio. Esemplare ancora in barbe su carta pesante; frontespizio con rinforzo al margine bianco ed imbrachettatura, due piccoli forellini di tarlo, che presenta una nota di possesso: Ad usu mihi Dom[ini]ci Palaocetti [?]. Qualche segno nel testo ed un?unica postilla a p. 55. Alone al margine delle carte e qualche macchia oltre a quelle normali per il tipo di carta. Contiene foglietto di appunti e paginetta di un libricino. Giovanni Francesco Fabrini nacque a Figline Valdarno nel 1516, dopo gli studi umanistici iniziati a Firenze, intraprese l?attività di mercante cche accrebbe le sue sostanze, quindi trasferitosi a Roma, cominciò ad insegnare e nel 1544 pubblicò la Interpretazione della lingua Latina per via della Toscana che dedicò al Cardinale Ippolito d?Este. A seguire le traduzioni in volgare degli scrittori latini: Virgilio, Orazio, Terenzio, e le Epistole di Cicerone, e La Teorica della lingua, dove s?insegna con regole generali ed infallibili a trasmutare tutte le lingue nella lingua latina. Venne nominato professore di eloquenza a Venezia nel 1547, incarico che ebbe per circa trenta anni e nella città lagunare, dove risiedeva morì nel 1580. Anche Filippo Venuti, nato a Cortona nel 1531 fu linguista e grammatico. A lui si deve un Dizionario volgare & latino che ebbe aver visto la luce nel 1561, oltre venti edizioni in circa cinquanta anni. Dopo la laurea in giurisprudenza si trasferì a Padova e Venezia, dove, entrato in contatto con il Fabrini, iniziò con lui una lunga collaborazione come traduttore di autori latini. Attivo a Roma nel 1569, è certa la data di morte avvenuta nel 1587, ma non il luogo che poté essere Roma o Venezia. Si tratta di una delle edizioni del XVII secolo di quest?opera apparsa già più volte nel secolo precedente, a partire dalla prima edizione, sempre per i tipi del Sessa del 1561 (altre nel : 1568, 1576, 1582, 1590 nel 1611), in cui i frequenti errori di numerazione dimostrano un impoverimento delle capacità della tipografia veneta che aveva iniziato la sua produzione nel 1489 con il capostipite Giovan Battista. In sedici libri le lettere di Cicerone, il cui testo in latino è al centro della pagina, sono attorniate da un breve sunto e dalla traduzione. In fine sono le Osservazioni del Venuti. Solo due copie censite in SBN.

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        Vitae Imperatorum Caesarumque Rom. Orient. et Occid. Uxorum & Liberorum eorundem, Item Tyran. qui Romanum Imper. occupare diversis temporibus conati sunt, à Caio Iulio Caesare, primo Roman

      Frankfurt am Main: Eberhard Kiefer [Eberhard Kieser], 1629. Very Good -. Title continued: "Monarchia usq; ad Invictiss. D.D. Ferdinandum II. Roman. Imper. & annum Christi M.DC.XXIX. una cum eorum effigiebus & Symbolis ex probatissimis Historicis, aureis etiam, argenteis, & aeneis numismatibus delineatis. Accesserunt Historia et Series Belli Bohemico-Germanici, sive Commentarii de statu Reip. sub Imperio Invictiss. D. Ferdinandi II. Imper. Roman. Genealogia Seren. Ducum, Archiducum, Regum & Imperatorum, ex Illust. Familia Austriaca prognatorum." [2], 514, [8], 18, [2], 123, [1], p.: 1 folded leaf of a plate, 620 in-text medallion portraits from coins; 33 cm. Signatures: ):(2(+1) A-2U6 2X4 a4 b6 A-O4 P6 (folio). Contemporary full calf with seven spine compartments between raised bands. Double blind-ruled border on each board. All page edges red. Former owner's bookplate on front fixed endpaper of W.S. Appleton. William S. Appleton (d. 1903) served as the secretary of the Boston Numismatic Society and "was regarded as one of the most learned of American numismatists" (NYT, May 19, 1907). His collection of American coins was given to the Massachusetts Historical Society; his English and Canadian coins were sold at auction 1n 1907. Another former owner's name written at head of title page, with another name written over it. Also at head of title page: Collegii Paris: Soctis. Jesu [Collegii Parisiensis Societatis Jesu]. Genealogia et Series Serenissimorum & Potentissimorum Austriae has separate title page. Main title is within extensively engraved border; Genealogia title page has woodcut title vignette. Woodcut initials, and head- and tailpieces. In Very Good- Condition: leather is rubbed and apparently has old leather preservative or other treatment, primarily on spine and edges; front joint starting to separate, but stitching solid; folded plate has old repair of tear along one horizontal fold, without loss of image; upper corner of pp. 71-72 lacking without loss of text or illustration; pp. 145-46 lacking; old dampstain at foot of title page, not touching engraving; scattered foxing, soiling, and browning. Very scarce.

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        Basilica Chymica oder Alchymistisch Königlich Kleynod: Ein Philosophisch/ durch sein selbst eigne erfahrung/ confirmirte und bestättigte Beschreibung und gebrauch der aller fürtrefflichsten Chimischen Artzneyen so auß dem Liecht der Gnaden und Natur genommen/ in sich begreiffent. Beneben angehengtem seinem newen Tractat von den innerlichen Signaturn oder zeichen der dinge

      Frankfurt, Tampach (1629).. Mit gest. Titel und einigen Textholzschnitten. 3 Bll., 248 S., 8 Bll., 72 S., 4 Bll. HPrgt. d. Zt. 22 x 17 cm.

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        Sapientiae et Litterarum Antistitis Fama Postuma

      Plantin - Balthasar Moreti, Antwerp, 1629. Third Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. The third edition of this appreciation of Lipsius first published in 1607. In Greek and Latin, attractively printed. In contemporary gilt armorial binding, worn at the edges with loss of leather at spine ends and a Sir Thomas Shirley armorial binding with a gilt Turk's head to the front and rear board and Shirley's signature to the title page. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Philosophy; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042353. .

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        The Booke of Common Prayer and administration of the Sacraments. And other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England BOUND WITH The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures AND Old Testament and Apocrypha AND The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ AND The Whole Book of Psalmes

      Bonham Norton and John Bill, London, 1629. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Early stamped leather boards with a later, 19th century spine. Boards detached, spine lacking the lower compartment, newer endpapers. Unpaginated, engraved title and 51 leaves. With John Speed's Genealogies, 1 text leaf, 34 engraved genealogical tables and a two page map of Canaan with an inset of Jerusalem and a two page description of Canaan. With the Old and New Testament printed by Bonham Norton and John Bill, 1628 (the Old Testament lacking the title page — 349 leaves and 93 leaves respectively) and The Whole Book of Psalmes, 1628, (10),91,(3)p., with letterpress scores. Trimmed close in places, occasionally affecting the running titles, thumbed and lightly waterstained throughout, occasional chipping and loss to page edges including to the corner of the map. One leaf torn with loss, early notes to one blank. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040311. .

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        CONSILIUM, IN QUO DE CONSERVANDA VALETUDINE,

      Frankfurt, Caelo & sumptibus Matthaei Meriani, 1629.. item, de thermis Vallesianis, et acidulis Griesbachcensibus, earum facultatibus et usu succincte agitur. Accessit epistola ad Paulum Croquerum ... in qua de thermis Piperinis, et nonnullis aliis ... agitur . Three works bound in one volume. No. 1. CONSILIUM, IN QUO DE CONSERVANDA VALETUDINE, FIRST EDITION 1629, Latin text, small 4to, 200 x 155 mm, 7¾ x 6 inches, a few woodcut head- and tailpieces, 2 folding engraved plates, 78 pages plus 1 blank leaf, bound in the full red morocco of the library of French statesman Jean-Baptiste Colbert chief minister to Louis XIV, triple ruled gilt border to covers, at centre his gilt coat of arms within oval frame showing a snake surrounded by the collars of the Orders of St Michael and of the Holy Ghost, gilt decorated raised bands to spine, gilt decoration in compartments plus Colbert's monogram "JBC" with a crown above it, gilt decorated edges to covers, edges speckled red. Very slight bump to lower corner of upper cover, a few very slight marks to cover, pale age-browning to endpapers, old armorial bookplate to front pastedown, details of ownership erased, pale age-browning to text, "Bibliothecae Colbertinae" written neatly in old ink at the top of the title page. A good tight copy of a scarce medical book. Wilhelm Fabry (1560-1634), is often called the "Father of German surgery", as he was the first educated and scientific German surgeon. He is one of the most prominent scholars in the iatromechanics school and author of 20 medical books. This work on the spas of Switzerland and Germany is full of medicinal prescriptions for all sorts of ailments and diseases. Krivatsy, 17th Century Medical Books, page 385, No.3849; Wellcome Library, Volume I, page 112, No. 2134. Bound with No. 2: DE ACIDULARUM EGRANARUM USUALIUM seu fonticuli crystallini natura, viribus, et administratione by PAULUS MACASIUS, Nuremberg, Abraham Wagenmann, 1613. Title page with small printer's device, plus 34 unnumbered pages, Latin text. Pages clean and not browned. A very good copy of a scarce work on spas and mineral water. Krivatsy, 17th Century Medical Books, page 736, No. 7224 (listing only the German translation of 1616); Wellcome Library, Volume I, page 209, No. 3922 (also listing only the German edition). Also bound with No. 3: DE VINO LIBELLUS by Adrianus Turnebus (Adrien Turnebe), cum prooemio Jo. Caselii ad Theod. Faresbachum. Ejusdem Caselii ad latinam linguam accuratius discendam cohortatio. Helmstadt, Jacobus Lucius, 1619. Latin text, title page with printer's pelican device plus 14 unnumbered pages of Preface, followed by 64 unnumbered pages of text. Pale age-browning to text otherwise a very good copy of a very rare pamphlet. This work on the medical properties of wine and the advantages and disadvantages to health of wine drinking is usually attributed to the French classical scholar Adrien Turnebe (1512-1565). It was first published in 1600 and again in 1605 and as it does not appear in lists of his works, it is possibly by his son, also named Adrien. See: Krivatsy, 17th Century Medical Books, page 1201, listing only the edition of 1668; Patrick & Elisabeth Sourger(for example of binding) catalogue No. VII, dated 1990, page 313. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Tractatus Tres de Legibus, De Peccatis, Et de Praeceptis Decalogi

      1629. Bonacina, Martino [1585-1631]. Tractatus Tres de Legibus, De Peccatis, Et de Praeceptis Decalogi: In Quorum Primo Agitur de Legibus in Genere, & in Specie, & de iis Que Pertinent ad Legem Praeceptivam, & Poenalem, & ed eius Cessationem Agitur Etiam de Dispensationibus, & de Privi Egiis. In Secundo Vero Copiose Agitur de Peccatis. In Tertio Denique Plura de Praeceptis Decalogi, Deque Duobus Ecclesiae Praeceptis, Videlicet, Ieiunio, & Decimis; Solertissime Disputatur. In Hac Vero Nostra Postrema Editione non Solum Omnes Errores qui in Priori Irrepserant Omni Diligentia Correcti & Emendati Sunt, Verum Etiam Quamplura Loca ab Ipso Autore Perpolita, & Illustrata. Venice: Sumptibus Disjunctae Societatis, 1629. [x], 916, [88] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary vellum, speckled edges. Some soiling and a few minor stains, a few tiny worm holes, small chip to upper corner of rear board, front hinge cracked but secure, rear hinge starting, minor worming to pastedowns. Large woodcut device to title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Edges trimmed with negligible loss to text in first and final gatherings. Toning, faint dampspotting and stains in a few places, internally clean. * Final edition. Bonacina was one of the foremost moralists of his age and an influential church official. A fine introduction to his work on law and theology, Tractatus Tres was first published in 1622. Other editions followed in 1627, 1625 and 1629. As its subtitle indicates, the first of the three tractati discusses the jurisprudence of canon law. The other sections discuss sin and the Ten Commandments from the viewpoints of law and theology. No copies of this edition located on OCLC, which locates 1 copy of a 1625 edition at St. Bonaventure University. KVK locates 1 copy of this edition, 8 copies of other editions, all in Europe. Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        De cruce libri tres ad sacram profanámque historiam utiles una cum notis.

      Editio ultima, serio castigata. Antverp, ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti, 1629. 4to. 96,+ (7) pp. Title with engr. vignette and with 17 engravings in text. Last leaf with printer's device. Spotting. Bound together with: LIPSIUS, Justus. Diva Virgo Hallensis. Beneficia eius & miracula fide atque ordine descripta. Antverp, Ex officina Plantiniana, apud viduam & filios Io. Moreti, 1616. 4to. (8),+ 86,+ (9) pp.+ 2 engr. plates. Title with engr. vignette. Last leaf with printer's device. Spotting. Bound together with: LIPSIUS, Justus. Diva sichemiensis sive aspricollis: Nova eius beneficia & admiranda. Antverp, ex officina Plantiniana, apud Balthasar Moretum, & viduam Iannis Moreti, & Io. Meursius, 1620. 4to. (8),+ 69,+ (10) pp. Title with engr. vignette. Spotting. Bound together with: LIPSIUS, Justus. Lovanium: id est opidi et academiæ eius descriptio. Libri tres. Alterâ editione, que est ab ultima auctoris manu, aucti & correcti. Antverp, ex officina plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, 1610. 4to. (8),+ 121,+ (6) pp.+ 2 large fold. engr. plates. Title with engr. vignette and with one engraving in text. Last leaf with printer's device. Contemporary vellum. Owner's signature of G. E. J. Henning of front paste-down and of J. C. Wedeke on the first titleleaf. A collection of four works by the great humanist Justus Lipsius (1547-1606), the leading scholar of classical texts, and a moral and political theorist. "De cruce libri tres", first published in 1599, is about the use of crucification as an execution form in the ancient time, with very informative illustrations. "Diva Virgo Hallensis" and "Diva sichemiensis sive aspricollisis" are both tracts about Virgin Mary, the first about the staty of Mary in Halle and the other about Mary in Scherpenheuvel, a town in Belgium, where Mary performed a miracle in AD 1500. Both are in the second edition, originally published in 1604 resp. 1605. "Lovanium", also in the second edition (first published 1605), is a description of the town and academy of Louvain, were Lipsius for a time was professor, with plates by Iodocus vander Baren

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        [Commemorationum rerum gestarum dictarumque.] Philippi Cominæi Baronis Argentonii et Equitis, Commemorationum rerum gestarum dictarumque Ludovici Vndecimi et Caroli Octavi regum Franciæ libro octo, Caspar Barthius [Caspar von Barth], exemplar Gallicum bonâ fide, nihil omittens, nihil traÿciens, ordine placito auctoris latinitati transscriptsit

      Frankfurt, Aubry & Schleich 1629. 624, (36, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten mit Kupfertitel, Pergamentband der Zeit - Potthast I, 330 - VD17 23:248646P - ADB II, 102 - Dünnhaupt I, S, 414 Nr. 33 - Philippe de Commyines (auch Commines, Cominaeus, 1447 - 1511) zog 1465 mit Karl dem Kühnen von Burgund in den Krieg gegen Ludwig XI., wurde 1472 dessen wichtigster Ratgeber. Lateinische Ausgabe durch Kaspar von Barth von "Les Mémoires", in Französisch zuerst 1524 erschienen. "Die Mémoires werden als frühes Beispiel moderner politischer Geschichtsschreibung angesehen" (Dünnhaupt) - Auf Vorsatz zeitgen. Ergänzungen, Exlibris "Nordkirchen". - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Ed.) Gallia, sive de francorum regis dominiis et opibus commentarius.

      Leyden, Elzeviriana, 1629. 16:o. Engr. title,+ (14),+ 461,+ (1) pp. Contemporary vellum. Owner's autograph by Danckwardt in ink on front fly-leaf. Willems 311. Berghman 1616. First Elzevir-edition

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        De regno Daniæ et Norwegiæ, 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: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. Willems 320 + 394. Bibl. Dan. II, 597. Fiske I,551. Skougaard III,142. Thesaurus 666.

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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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        Tractatus Tres de Legibus, De Peccatis, Et de Praeceptis Decalogi

      1629. Bonacina, Martino [1585-1631]. Tractatus Tres de Legibus, De Peccatis, Et de Praeceptis Decalogi: In Quorum Primo Agitur de Legibus in Genere, & in Specie, & de iis Que Pertinent ad Legem Praeceptivam, & Poenalem, & ed eius Cessationem Agitur Etiam de Dispensationibus, & de Privi Egiis. In Secundo Vero Copiose Agitur de Peccatis. In Tertio Denique Plura de Praeceptis Decalogi, Deque Duobus Ecclesiae Praeceptis, Videlicet, Ieiunio, & Decimis; Solertissime Disputatur. In Hac Vero Nostra Postrema Editione non Solum Omnes Errores qui in Priori Irrepserant Omni Diligentia Correcti & Emendati Sunt, Verum Etiam Quamplura Loca ab Ipso Autore Perpolita, & Illustrata. Venice: Sumptibus Disjunctae Societatis, 1629. [x], 916, [88] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary vellum, speckled edges. Some soiling and a few minor stains, a few tiny worm holes, small chip to upper corner of rear board, front hinge cracked but secure, rear hinge starting, minor worming to pastedowns. Large woodcut device to title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Edges trimmed with negligible loss to text in first and final gatherings. Toning, faint dampspotting and stains in a few places, internally clean. * Final edition. Bonacina was one of the foremost moralists of his age and an influential church official. A fine introduction to his work on law and theology, Tractatus Tres was first published in 1622. Other editions followed in 1627, 1625 and 1629. As its subtitle indicates, the first of the three tractati discusses the jurisprudence of canon law. The other sections discuss sin and the Ten Commandments from the viewpoints of law and theology. No copies of this edition located on OCLC, which locates 1 copy of a 1625 edition at St. Bonaventure University. KVK locates 1 copy of this edition, 8 copies of other editions, all in Europe. Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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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.

      106 S., 1 n.n. Bl.; 214 (von 237) S. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. 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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        Basilica Chymica oder Alchymistisch Königlich Kleynod: Ein Philosophisch/ durch sein selbst eigne erfahrung/ confirmirte und bestättigte Beschreibung und gebrauch der aller fürtrefflichsten Chimischen Artzneyen so auß dem Liecht der Gnaden und Natur genommen/ in sich begreiffent. Beneben angehengtem seinem newen Tractat von den innerlichen Signaturn oder zeichen der dinge.

      Mit gest. Titel und einigen Textholzschnitten. 3 Bll., 248 S., 8 Bll., 72 S., 4 Bll. HPrgt. d. Zt. 22 x 17 cm. VD17 23:290265D; Duveen 150; Wellcome I, 1677; Neu 1057; Brüning 1495 und 1496. - Vgl. Wellcome II, 1677 (liest den Titel an zwei Stellen falsch, hat als Druckvermerk "J. Weiss für G. Tampach" und datiert 1623); Rosenthal 248 (datiert ebenfalls 1623). - Vierte deutsche Ausgabe. - Übersetzung des Hauptwerks und der "Signatura rerum"; die Gedichte im Anhang der lateinischen Ausgaben wurden weggelassen. - Zur Ausgabe: Der Haupttitel ist nicht datiert; der zweite Teil trägt als Druckvermerk "Getruckt bey Caspar Rötel, in Verlegung Gottfriedt Tampachs. 1629". - Titel unten mit Hinterlegung (minimaler Bildverlust), tls. feuchtfleckig. Vorsätze erneuert.

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