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      THO: PURFOOT,H.SEILE, TYGERS HEAD, S.PAULS, ENG, AT LONDON, 1631. No-None. Good/No-None. TAN Hardbound, 448 Pages Plus , WWW RAREBOOKS TK. Topic, Subject and Category Keywords: RARE BOOKS MORALITY .

      [Bookseller: Eyes of the Owl - www.Usedbooks.TK]
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        Regnorum Hispaniae. Nova Descriptio.

      Amsterdam, c. 1631. - Imagen: 49 x 37 cm. Papel: 55.5 x 45 cm. Texto latino al dorso. Excelente estado. El título es específico por cuanto incluye los Reinos Hispánicos, España y Portugal. Estuvieron unificados durante un periodo de sesenta años (1580-1640), tal y como muestra el escudo superior.

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        Ancient Funerall Monuments within the United Monarchie of Great Britaine, Ireland, and the Islands adjacent, with the dissolved Monasteries therein contained; their Founders, and what eminent Persons have beene in the same interred. As also the Death and Buriall of certaine of the Blood Royall; the Nobilitie and Gentrie of these Kingdomes entombed in forraine Nations. A worke reviving the dead memory of the Royall Progenie, the Nobilitie, Gentrie, and Communaltie, of these his Majesties Dominions. Intermixed and illustrated with variety of Historical observations, annotations, and briefe notes extracted out of approved Authors, infallible Records, Lieger Books, Charters, Rolls, old Manuscripts, and the Collections of judicious Antiquaries.

      Printed by Thomas Harper And are to be sold by Laurence Sadler at the signe of the Golden Lion in little Britaine, London 1631 - Hardcover. Thick quarto. [xvi] + 872. Later (late 19th century?)brown cloth binding, lettered in gilt on spine. A number of woodcuts throughout, some few full-page. John Weever (1576–1632) was an English scholar and antiquary, whose "Ancient Funerall Monuments" is said to be the first full-length book devoted to inscriptions on English funerary monuments and epitaphs. Weever spent the first three decades of the seventeenth century trravelling throughout England and Scotland, and part of Europe, where he scrupulously recorded the inscriptions that he found on tombs, gravestones, etc. In the course of his researches he became acquainted with many of the leading antiquaries of the time, including Sir Robert Cotton and Augustine Vincent. In 1631 he published "Ancient Funerall Monuments," the first of what he apparently anticiapted would be several volumes on the subject. The work begins with a lengthy (nearly 200 page), wide-ranging introduction to the history etc. of funerary monuments, which is followed by a survey of over a thousand inscriptions in the four south-eastern dioceses of England: Canterbury, Rochester, London and Norwich. Weever apparently planned to follow this with further volumes detailing monuments throughout the rest of Britain, and to follow this in turn with another series studying inscriptions that had been made after the accession of Elizabeth I, although though these plans fell to the wayside with his death a year later. As has often been noted Weever's interests were almost exclusively in the texts, and he took little interest in the images or architecture which accompanied them, with the woodcut illustrations in the book apparently added almost as an afterthought. Unfortunately there is some bibligraphic uncertainty with regard to this volume. Most copies surveyed have a frontispiece portrait and an additional engraved title page by T. Cecill, whilst a lesser number also have a separately paginated 14 page "Table or Index of Proper Names and Other Occurences Contained in the Booke." This copy has neither the extra title-page, the frontis-portrait, nor the Index. The number of copies circulating without Index would suggest that this might have been added on after first publication: i.e. that the first copies were released without the Index, which was presumably then still in preparation. It may also be that the extra title-page and frontis-portrait were also "add-ons" however the fact that they appear to be in the majority of copies makes it less likely that this is the case, and they may simply be lacking from this copy. So this volume is priced as being incomplete - although further research may indicate that this is not actually the case. Page-edges browned, light wear to boards, pages are slightly wrinkled, occasional spots, edge tears (nothing major) & faint tide-marks to some pages throughout, tiny burnt hole in page 205/206 (slightly affecting several words, otherwise a VG copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung der sechs Reisen, in Türckey, Persien und Indien, innerhalb viertzig Jahren, durch alle Wege, die man nach diesen Länderen nehmen kan, verrichtet: Worinnen Unterschiedliche Anmerckungen von der Beschaffenheit der Religion, Regierung, Gebräuchen und Handlungen, jeglichen Landes enthalten. Anfangs Frantzösisch beschrieben,. anjetzo aber nebenst der Beschreibung des Türckischen Serrails, und der Krönung des jetzt Regierenden Königs in Persien, in der Hoch-Teutschen Sprach ans Liecht gestellt, durch Johann Herman Widerhold. 5 Tle. in 1 Band. Genf, (Wiederhold) 1681. Fol. 14 Bll., 304 S., 11 S.; 2 Bll., 227 S.; 3 Bll., 64 S., 1 w.Bl.; 4 Bll., 82 S., 1 w.Bl.; 2 Bll., 157 S. mit gest. Titel, gest. Porträttafel, 17 Kupfertafeln, 2 (1 g

      - I) VD17 3:309563S - Cordier, Japonica 392 u. Indosinica 2420 - Griep-L. 1378 - Blackmer 1631 Anm.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung.- Die 3 Hauptteile enthalten die Reisen in die Türkei, nach Persien, Indien, Japan (mit gefalt. Japankarte, vgl. Walter 35) und in die holländischen Niederlassungen im Fernen Osten. Teil 2 endet mit einem kurzen Traktat über orientalische, besonders arabische Münzen. Als Teile 4 u. 5 sind die im Titel genannten Schriften über das Serail und die persische Königskrönung Solimanns des Dritten angefügt. Tavernier (1605-1689) war ?nach Weglänge und Zeitdauer der größte Asien-Reisende des 17. Jahhunderts. . (er) durchwanderte als Kaufmann in den Jahren 1632 bis 1668 sechsmal die vorderasiatischen Länder und Vorder-Indien und kamm bis Java und Bantam . Kritischer Sinn und sachliche, jeglicher Übertreibung abgeneigte Berichterstattung sind ihm nicht abzusprechen? (Henze V, 291f.).- Der 3. Tl. der Reisen am Ende eingebunden. Titel u. gef. Karte mit Tusche gelöschter Stempel, etw. gebräunt u. tls. braunfleckig.II) VD17 3:309574F - Griep-L. 1320 - vgl. Cox I, 212.- Zweite deutsche Ausgabe (erstmals 1681 erschienen).- ?Altertumskundlich orientierte Reise nach Süd- und Südosteuropa und in die Levante, die der französische Arzt Spon und der englische Gelehrte Wheeler. gemeinsam unternahmen. Spon und Wheeler sammelten auf dieser Reise ca. 3000 lateinische und griechische antike Inschriften, die Spon getreu kopiert und philologisch kommentiert seiner Reisebeschreibung als Anhang beigab? (Griep-L.).- Etw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig, insges. schöner Sammelband.# ?The interest in Tavernier`s travels lies in the personal experiences and adventures he relates, Though he was unfairly treated by his fellow travellers, such as Bernier and Thevenot, both of whom he met in India, he does not return ill for ill. He sucessfully combined his business as jeweler with his travels. His work is especially valuable at the time for its information on trade and trade routes, diamonds and mines? (Cox I, 275) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Saint Bernard his meditations, or, sighes, sobbes, and teares upon Our Saviours passion, in memoriall of his death; also his motives to mortification, with other meditations

      London: Printed by E[lizabeth] A[llde] for Robert Allot 12mo (14 cm; 5.5"). 2 parts in 1 vol. I: [7] ff., 439, [1] pp. (p. [440] blank); II .[3] ff., 243, [3] pp. (pp. [244?-[46] blank; numbers 127?-36 omitted in the sequence).. 1631?-32 All early English editions of St. Bernard's Meditations are rare. This translation of his Tractatus de interiori domo self-identies as "The third edition, much amended by W.P. Mr. of Arts in Cambridge." That is, it is the third edition of W.P.'s translation, the first of which appeared in 1611 and was proceeded by printings of earlier translations in 1499 and 1525. The identity of "W.P." remains unknown and a cataloguer at Harvard dissents regarding Bernard's authorship, writing: "Neither part is by Saint Bernard: the first piece in pt. [2] is a translation of Meditationes de interiori homine, also wrongly ascribed to Hugh of St. Victor." Searches of WorldCat, NUC, and ESTC locate only five copies in U.S. libraries, one having been deaccessioned and being the copy offered here. Harvard notes of its copy: "Imperfect: lower half of the t.p. containing the edition statement and imprint wanting." The printer Elizabeth Allde was the widow of printer Edward Allde, who was active from 1584 to his death in 1628; he was successor to his printer father John Allde (variously Allde, Aldaye, Alde or Aldye), fl. 1555?-92, a Scottish stationer and printer. Elizabeth was active from 1628 to 1633, at which latter date she passed the business to Richard Oulton (or Olton), her son-in-law. He continued the firm for another ten years only. Provenance: On the front free endpaper: "From the Hon. Rev. Lowther Barrington, Buckinghamshire, Eng., 1835. Recent full brown calf, late 17th-century style; raised bands accented with gilt rules above and below each band, modest blind fillet on boards, red spine label. Text cockled, waterstained, and with some browning; one leaf with small hole in text with loss to words in two lines on each side. Far from a perfect copy but complete, sound, solid, and => difficult to find.

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        De Praefecto Urbis Liber

      Ex typographia Reu. Cam. Apost., 1631, Vellum, Book Condition: Good Condition, First EditionSize: 19cm x 26,5cm, [10p] - 96 pages (i.e. 94p); Engraved title page & 5 full page plates. Pages 33-34 are omitted, but the book is completed (probably a mistake from the printer). Contemporary vellum binding. The binding is lithly rubbed and soiled, but in good condition. Very light foxing to the margins of a few pages, otherwise inside pages and all plates are in good condition. VERY SCARCE!!! Photos available upon request, Livre

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        A Commentarie vpon The New Testament. Representing the Diuers Expositions therof, out of the Workes of the most learned, both ancient Fathers and moderne Writers, and hereby sifting out the true sense of euery passage, for the benefit of all that desire to read with vnderstanding. The third Volume. Containing the seuen smaller Epistles, called Catholike, and the Booke of the Reuelation.

      London, John Haviland, for John Grismond 1631. (30) 80, 91-542 p. Rebound half Leather with ribbed back and decorated with stamps, 4° (John Mayer 1583-1664, was a biblical commentator. His life was spent in digesting the work of former commentators on the Bible and adding notes of his own. He is most known for his commentary on the whole Bible which was published in 7 volumes. This work is the seventh volume and comments on the Seven Small Epistles and the Revelation.).

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        Saint Bernard his meditations, or, sighes, sobbes, and teares upon Our Saviours passion, in memoriall of his death; also his motives to mortification, with other meditations

      London: Printed by E[lizabeth] A[llde] for Robert Allot 12mo (14 cm; 5.5"). 2 parts in 1 vol. I: [7] ff., 439, [1] pp. (p. [440] blank); II .[3] ff., 243, [3] pp. (pp. [244–[46] blank; numbers 127–36 omitted in the sequence).. 1631–32 All early English editions of St. Bernard's Meditations are rare. This translation of his Tractatus de interiori domo self-identies as "The third edition, much amended by W.P. Mr. of Arts in Cambridge." That is, it is the third edition of W.P.'s translation, the first of which appeared in 1611 and was proceeded by printings of earlier translations in 1499 and 1525. The identity of "W.P." remains unknown and a cataloguer at Harvard dissents regarding Bernard's authorship, writing: "Neither part is by Saint Bernard: the first piece in pt. [2] is a translation of Meditationes de interiori homine, also wrongly ascribed to Hugh of St. Victor." Searches of WorldCat, NUC, and ESTC locate only five copies in U.S. libraries, one having been deaccessioned and being the copy offered here. Harvard notes of its copy: "Imperfect: lower half of the t.p. containing the edition statement and imprint wanting." The printer Elizabeth Allde was the widow of printer Edward Allde, who was active from 1584 to his death in 1628; he was successor to his printer father John Allde (variously Allde, Aldaye, Alde or Aldye), fl. 1555–92, a Scottish stationer and printer. Elizabeth was active from 1628 to 1633, at which latter date she passed the business to Richard Oulton (or Olton), her son-in-law. He continued the firm for another ten years only. Provenance: On the front free endpaper: "From the Hon. Rev. Lowther Barrington, Buckinghamshire, Eng., 1835. Recent full brown calf, late 17th-century style; raised bands accented with gilt rules above and below each band, modest blind fillet on boards, red spine label. Text cockled, waterstained, and with some browning; one leaf with small hole in text with loss to words in two lines on each side. Far from a perfect copy but complete, sound, solid, and => difficult to find.

      [Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia]
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        Un jeune homme au service de la vertu et de la science Radierung von Georg Andreas Wolfgang (1631 Chemnitz -1716 Augsburg).

      . In der Platte signiert "P. Testa d: G. A. Wolfgang aqua forti". Prächtiger Druck mit schmalem Rändchen um die volle Plattenkante. Auf Bütten. 40,4 x 58 cm (Darstellung). Papier: 42,4 x 59 cm.. Vgl. Bartsch 32 (Testa). Gegenseitige Kopie nach Pietro Testa. Die Schrift unterhalb der Darstellung gelöscht. Großformatiges Blatt. - Der Augsburger Stecher G. A. Wolfgang erlernte zunächst die Goldschmiedekunst und ging dann bei M. Küsel in die Lehre als Kupferstecher. - Schwache Knick- bzw. Quetschspuren, geglättet. In den Ecken mit Montierungsresten.

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        A newe mape of Germany.

      London, W. Humble, 1631.. Kolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach J. Speed, Bildausschnitt 40 x 52 cm, Blattgr. 41,5 x 52,5 cm.. Meurer, Germania 7.8.2.a; Stopp 11 Ac; Coll. Niewodniczanski 32; laut Stopp aus der 3. Ausgabe bei William Humble 1631, kenntlich an den Textendungen verso: "by some Tirolum (&) Rhene as farre"; die Karte ist 1626 datiert, die Erstausgabe erschien ein Jahr darauf bei G. Humble, in der oberen Randleiste mit Ansichten von Heidelberg, Frankfurt/Main, Wien, Prag, Köln, Nürnberg, Straßburg und Augsburg, links und rechts Trachtendarstellungen, die Karte reicht von Arras im Westen bis Sandomierz im Osten, von Husum im Norden bis Triest im Süden; mit der üblichen Mittelfalz, diese im unteren Bereich 3 cm aufgeplatzt, an 3 Seiten bis an die Einfassungslinie beschnitten, Kolorit wohl nicht zeitgemäß.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Beschreibung der sechs Reisen, in Türckey, Persien und Indien, innerhalb viertzig Jahren, durch alle Wege, die man nach diesen Länderen nehmen kan, verrichtet: Worinnen Unterschiedliche Anmerckungen von der Beschaffenheit der Religion, Regierung, Gebräuchen und Handlungen, jeglichen Landes enthalten. Anfangs Frantzösisch beschrieben,... anjetzo aber nebenst der Beschreibung des Türckischen Serrails, und der Krönung des jetzt Regierenden Königs in Persien, in der Hoch-Teutschen Sprach ans Liecht gestellt, durch Johann Herman Widerhold. 5 Tle. in 1 Band. Genf, (Wiederhold) 1681. Fol. 14 Bll., 304 S., 11 S.; 2 Bll., 227 S.; 3 Bll., 64 S., 1 w.Bl.; 4 Bll., 82 S., 1 w.Bl.; 2 Bll., 157 S. mit gest. Titel, gest. Porträttafel, 17 Kupfertafeln, 2 (1 gefalt.) Kupferstichkarten, 1 Holzschn.-Tafel, 1 ganzs. Textkupfer, 2 gest. Kopfvign. u. wdh. Druckermarke auf d. Titeln.- Angeb.: Spon J. u. Wheler G., Italiänische, Dalmatische , Griechische und Orientalische Reise-Beschreibung. Worinn Allerhand merkwürdige, vormals in Europa unbekannt, Antiquitäten, enthalten. Anjetzo aber aus dem Französischen ins Teutsche übersetzt durch J. Menudier. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Nürnberg, A. Knorz für J. Hofman 1690. 4 Bll., 122 S.; 1 Bl., 120 S., 2 Bll., mit gest. Titel, 7 (1 gef) Kupfertafeln, 8 Textkupfern, 7 Text-Holzschn., Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rtit.

      . . I) VD17 3:309563S - Cordier, Japonica 392 u. Indosinica 2420 - Griep-L. 1378 - Blackmer 1631 Anm.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung.- Die 3 Hauptteile enthalten die Reisen in die Türkei, nach Persien, Indien, Japan (mit gefalt. Japankarte, vgl. Walter 35) und in die holländischen Niederlassungen im Fernen Osten. Teil 2 endet mit einem kurzen Traktat über orientalische, besonders arabische Münzen. Als Teile 4 u. 5 sind die im Titel genannten Schriften über das Serail und die persische Königskrönung Solimanns des Dritten angefügt. Tavernier (1605-1689) war "nach Weglänge und Zeitdauer der größte Asien-Reisende des 17. Jahhunderts. ... (er) durchwanderte als Kaufmann in den Jahren 1632 bis 1668 sechsmal die vorderasiatischen Länder und Vorder-Indien und kamm bis Java und Bantam ... Kritischer Sinn und sachliche, jeglicher Übertreibung abgeneigte Berichterstattung sind ihm nicht abzusprechen" (Henze V, 291f.).- Der 3. Tl. der Reisen am Ende eingebunden. Titel u. gef. Karte mit Tusche gelöschter Stempel, etw. gebräunt u. tls. braunfleckig.II) VD17 3:309574F - Griep-L. 1320 - vgl. Cox I, 212.- Zweite deutsche Ausgabe (erstmals 1681 erschienen).- "Altertumskundlich orientierte Reise nach Süd- und Südosteuropa und in die Levante, die der französische Arzt Spon und der englische Gelehrte Wheeler... gemeinsam unternahmen. Spon und Wheeler sammelten auf dieser Reise ca. 3000 lateinische und griechische antike Inschriften, die Spon getreu kopiert und philologisch kommentiert seiner Reisebeschreibung als Anhang beigab" (Griep-L.).- Etw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig, insges. schöner Sammelband.# "The interest in Tavernier's travels lies in the personal experiences and adventures he relates, Though he was unfairly treated by his fellow travellers, such as Bernier and Thevenot, both of whom he met in India, he does not return ill for ill. He sucessfully combined his business as jeweler with his travels. His work is especially valuable at the time for its information on trade and trade routes, diamonds and mines" (Cox I, 275)

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        Obras propias y traduciones latinas, griegas y italianas. sacadas de la libreria de don Manuel Sarmiento de Mendoça. dalas a la impression don Francisco de Quevedo Villegas.

      Madrid, en la Imprenta del Reyno, a costa de Domingo Gonzalez 1631 - 12º (9,7 x 6,4 cm) 24 h. inc. port., 203 h. fol., 1 h. de colofón. Primera edición muy rara de la que el CCPB sólo registra sólo dos ejemplares. Las obras poéticas de Fray Luis de León permanecieron inéditas hasta que Francisco de Quevedo las dió a la luz en 1631, cuyo prólogo abarca de las p. 9 a 24. Hay que reconocer a Fray Luis el mérito de haber iniciado en gran escala el acercamiento a Horacio, autor preferido de los neolatinos. En las 41 traducciones de clásicos que abordó –Virgilio, Horacio, Píndaro, Eurípides, Séneca y otros varios, merece fray Luis el calificativo de innovador, mientras que en el campo de los Salmos le conviene más el de restaurador. La obra demuestra hasta que punto fray Luis había asimilado los modos de escritura de los clásicos y de los humanistas italianos. [El Siglo de fray Luis de León, Salamanca y el renacimiento, p. 155-156] Buen ejemplar, bien encuadernado, algo amarronado. Palau, 135199; Salvá no lo tuvo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        Obras del Bachiller Francisco de la Torre. Dalas a la impresion D. Francisco de Quevedo Villegas Cavallero de la Orden de Santiago.

      Madrid, en la Imprenta del Reyno , a costa de Domingo Gonçalez 1631 - 12º (9,3 x6,8 cm). 16 h. inc. port., 144 fols. mal numerados. Sign.: ¶-2¶8, A-R8. Encuadernación de época en pergamino rígido tintado en verde, lomo con nervios y hierros dorados. Primera edición, muy rara. El CCPB sólo registra tres ejemplares. Casi nada se sabe sobre la vida del autor, poeta de la segunda fase del Renacimiento, perteneciente a la Escuela de Salamanca, y sin duda es el poeta más misterioso del siglo XVI. Nada más que una suma de conjeturas extraídas de los débiles indicios que ofrecen sus versos. Habría nacido en Torrelaguna hacia 1534, habría estudiado en Alcalá de Henares y seguido la carrera militar en Italia, para al final de su vida hacerse clérigo. Un manuscrito de sus poesías circulaba a principios del siglo XVII con una Aprobación de Alonso de Ercilla, que murió en 1594, y llamó la atención de Quevedo, quien lo compró y editó junto a las obras de fray Luis de León en 1631 para combatir con buenos ejemplos de poesía clásica los excesos del Culteranismo.Quevedo asegura en el prólogo no haberle conocido nunca. Sí se preocupó de indagar sobre el autor del manuscrito, que el librero le vendió con desprecio, pero no pudo sacar nada en limpio; es más, en él estaba "en cinco partes borrado el nombre del autor con tanto cuidado, que se añadió humo a la tinta". Cuando en 1753 José Luis Velázquez reimprimió las obras de Francisco de la Torre en Madrid pensó que su autor era en realidad el propio Francisco de Quevedo, teoría que la crítica moderna rechaza con unanimidad desde el siglo XIX. Esta obrita es más importante por su mérito que por su volumen, contiene sonetos, odas, canciones, elegías, y églogas, escritas muchas de ellas con la gracia y sencillez de los primitivos tiempos. en una palabra, es una de las joyas de la literatura poéticas española. Salvá, 999 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Kracht der Godsaligheyt, Dat is, De Leere der waerheyt die nae de Godsaligheydt is, Uyt den woorde Gods verklaert, bevestight, ende tot de ongeveynsde Practijcke der Godsaligheydt gerichtet. In Christelijcke Meditatien over eenighe bysondere Texten der H. Schrifture, ende namentlijck over de selve die Eduardus Poppius verhandelt heeft in syne genaemde Enge Poorte. Waer in, tegen het voorsz Boeck Eduardi Poppii, bewesen wordt, Dat de Leere der Ghereformeerde Kercken, die hier te Lande publijck wort geleert, ende noch lestelijck inde Nationale Synode tot Dordrecht Anno 1619. in eenige Hooft-stucken naerder is verklaert, de Leere der waerheyd is nae de Godsaligheydt. Gepredickt, ende ter eeren Godts ende onses Salighmakers Jesu Christi, ende tot stichtinghe die in Geloove ende Godsaligheydt is, in het licht gegheven.

      Amsterdam, Marten Jansz. Brandt 1631. (60) 942 (16) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 4° (opnieuw in de band gezet, eerste 3 pagina's verstevigd, enkele woorden in de marge bijgeschreven, een mooi exemplaar van dit standaardwerk betreffende de leer der waarheid die naar de Godzaligheid is in preken, SGT-T461).

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        I CINQUE LIBRI DE GLI AVVERTIMENTI, ORDINI, GRIDE, ET EDITTI Fatti, et osservati in Milano, ne’ tempi sospetosi della Peste; de gli Anni MDLXXVI & LXXVII (1576-77)...

      Milano, per Filippo Ghisolfi, ad instanza & spese di Gio. Batt. Bidelli, 1631. In-8 p. (mm. 220x120), p. pergam. coeva (restauro a un bordo), tit. ms. al dorso, 12 cc.nn., 380 pp. num.; bella vignetta inc. in rame al frontespizio, ornato da grandi capilett. figurati inc. su legno. ?"Con molti Avvedimenti utili, e necessari à tutte le Città d?'Europa, che cadessero in simili infortunij, e calamità?". Cfr. Predari, p. 284 - Cat. Hoepli,629: ?"La presente ristampa dell'opera del Centorio venne eseguita in occasione della famosa peste del 1630, quella dei "Promessi Sposi", che rimise in vigore le prescrizioni adottate nelle pestilenze precedenti.?" - Argelati,1,1, 410. Leggerm. corto del margine sup., 1 carta restaur. per strappi, lievi aloni margin. su alc. carte, altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

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        Openbaringe van't Italiaens boeck-houden ...Copy imprint: Amsterdam, Paulus Aertsz van Ravesteyn [possibly printed by Broer Jansz.], [ca. 1635]. Folio. With an engraved title-page. Contemporary vellum, new endpapers.

      Bierens de Haan 3537; Enhrenberg, Capital and finance in the age of Renaissance, p. 44 (note), 245 (note); STCN (2 copies); Ten Have, pp. 47-53, 57, 293. Second edition, with a newly engraved title-page and following the first edition page-for-page, of a rare Dutch account of "Italian" or double-entry book-keeping, by the Amsterdam merchant Anthonio van Neulighem. The author dedicated the book, on 31 January 1631, to the governors of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and Dutch West India Company (WIC), and many of the examples used to demonstate methods of book-keeping present data for these multinationals, other existing companies and (prominent) individuals. The first edition was printed and published by Paulus Aertsz van Ravesteyn and has an extract from the privilege assigned to the author on 6 September 1630 printed on the verso of the title-page. ''Door het groot aantal der boeken en de uitvoerige behandeling der voorbeelden is het werk van Van Neulighem van ons van beteekenis'' (Because of the large number of "[account] books" and the extensive treatment of the examples, Van Neulighem's work is of great significance to us -- Ten Have).Professionally restored, notably in the lower outside corner throughout (which also shows water stains) and along the fore-edge of the title-page and a few other leaves, but otherwise in very good condition. Lacking the final blank. Binding warped and stained, but still good. Rare and important work on double-entry bookkeeping as practised in the Dutch Golden Age.

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        Africae nova Tabula

      Amsterdam, Hondius, Henric, 1631. Africa. "Africae nova Tabula". Orig. copper-engraving. H. Hondius (1597-1651), Amsterdam, dat. 1631. Original old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche, 7 sailing ships, several sea creatures and exotic animals in the map. 38:50,5 cm (15 x 20 inch.).. Norwich 34; Koeman I, map 8600:1D.2, ed. 1:321/22 (1633 German). - A decorative map of Africa.

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        The Raising of Lazarus

      19th cent. Etching. 100 x 108 mm. Etcher: A.W. Warren. "J. Lievens pinx. 1631".

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        Histoire G?n?alogique de la Maison Royale de Dreux, et de quelques autres familles illustres, qui en sont descendues par Femmes.

      Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, 1631, Cuir, Book Condition: Bonne Condition, Premi?re ?ditionSize: 22,5cm x 36cm, Comprend aussi: Histoire g?n?alogique de la maison de Bar-le-Duc [...]. S.l.n.d. - Histoire g?n?alogique des maisons de Luxembourg et de Limbourg [...]. S.l.n.d. - Histoire g?n?alogique de la maison du Plessis de Richelieu [...]. S.l.n.d. - Histoire g?n?alogique de la maison de Broyes et de Chasteauvillain [...]. S.l.n.d. 8 parties en un volume. ?DITION ORIGINALE. Un tableau g?n?alogique orn? de blasons, grav? et repli?, et armoiries grav?es dans le texte. / 339 pages - 78 pages - 79 pages - 112 pages - 101 pages - 152 pages - 80 pages - 67 pages. / Reliure d'origine us?e, mors fendues, coiffes abim?s. Mise ? part quelques feuilles l?g?rement roussies, les pages int?rieures sont en tr?s bonne condition, sans inscriptions, propres et solides. TR?S RARE. Photos disponibles sur demande. 22,5cm x 36cm. 4 kg, Livre

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        THE COMPANY OF CLOCKMAKERS, REGISTER OF APPRENTICES OF THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF CLOCKMAKERS OF THE CITY OF LONDON, 1631 - 1931.

      London, privately printed, 1931.FIRST EDITION 1931. Preface by W. S. Pennefather, Privately printed for the Company. Large 8vo, approximately 250 x 180 mm, 10 x 7 inches, colour frontispiece plus 17 black and white plates of portraits, watches and clocks, plus a line drawing, pages: xvi, 1 - 339, original publisher's dark green cloth, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, gilt coat of arms to upper cover. Binding slightly rubbed, a neat small ink name and address on both pastedowns, and signature in pencil on first free endpaper, light foxing to first endpaper and blank side of colour frontispiece, otherwise a very good tight copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Les Delices de la Mort

      Chez Fran?ois Vivien, derriere l'hostel de Ville. Au bon Pasteur., 1631, Cuir, Book Condition: Tr?s Bonne Condition, ?dition OriginaleSize: 11cm x 17cm, (ENGLISH DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST) / Frontispiece et titre grav? de C. Galle, 2 portraits pleine-page et 4 curieuses figures hors-texte. (8ff) - 284 pages - (4ff - blanc). Reliure plein cuir avec dos ? 5 nerfs. Tranches dor?es. Pages de garde marbr?es. Un ex-libris de Robert Hoe et un ex-libris de Giancarlo Venerosi Pesciolini sur la premi?re page de garde. (Robert Hoe, troisi?me du nom [New York, 1839-Londres, 1909] fit fortune dans l'industrie de l'imprimerie. Fonda le Grolier Club de New York en 1884, avec huit autres bibliophiles. Lui adjoignit un atelier de reliure dirig? par un relieur parisien, le Club Bindery.) Les pages int?rieures sont en tr?s bonne condition, propres et solide. TR?S RARE. Le seul autre exemplaire connu est ? la Biblioth?que Royale de Belgique. Photos disponible sur demande, Livre

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        Donnati Iannotii dialogi De Repub. Venetorum cum notis et lib. singulari de Forma eiusdem Rem.

      Ex Officina Elzevirianna, 1631 - Lugduni Batavorum (Leyde), Ex Officina Elzevirianna, 1631. 2 vol. in 16 de [IV]-506-[18 (index)]pp. (pagination continue), reliures en pleine basane brune de l'époque, dos lisses très légèrement frottés, ornés de doubles filets dorés et de fleurons dorés, titre doré, coins et coupes légèrement frottés, charnières très légèrement frottées, petite épidermure sur le second plat du deuxième volume, page de titre ornée d'une gravure représentant le lion ailé dans un médaillon surmonté de 2 petits angelots, eux-mêmes surmontés d‘une pièce de tissus contenant le titre, belle marque de l’éditeur sur la seconde page de titre, ex-libris manuscrit à l’encre noire de l’époque dans la bordure supérieure et 2 phrases manuscrites à l’encre noire de l’époque dans la marge inférieure de la page de titre, quelques rares rousseurs sur certains feuillets, mais intérieur frais, 7 planches dépliantes de gravures représentant des scènes de la vie politique de la cité des doges en fin de volume, ex-libris au nom de H. Paris advocat contrecollé en longueur sur le premier contreplat du premier volume, pages de garde roses, tranches rouges, bon et bel exemplaire. Donato Giannotti (1492-1573) fut l’un des principaux dirigeants de la toute jeune et éphémère République florentine en 1527. Après le retour des Médicis, il fut contraint de vivre en exil, il décéda à Rome. Il fut un proche de Michelangelo Buonarotti, lorsque celui-ci travaillait dans le Palazzo della Signoria (Palais de la Seigneurie). Il est l'auteur de pièces de théâtre: ''Il vecchio amoroso", ''Milesia in Terzine'' et de deux oeuvres historiques principales: un ouvrage sur Florence: ''Della Repubblica fiorentina" écrit en 1531, et cet ouvrage: ''Dialogi de Republica Venetorum'' publié pour la première fois en 1540. Ce livre qui fut écrit entre 1527 et 1530 développe une ample et profonde réflexion sur l'organisation constitutionnelle de la République de Venise. Avec l'ouvrage ''Demagistribus et republica venetorum" écrit par Gasparo Contarini, il exercera une puissante et profonde influence sur tous les écrits relatifs à cette thématique concernant Venise et ce, jusqu'à la parution du livre de Francesco Sansovino ''Venetia città nobilissima e singolare'' publié en 1581. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Titles of Honor. Second edition. S.T.C. 22178

      London: Printed by William Stansby for Richard Whitakers [etc.], 1631. Contemporary blind-ruled calf, later label, initials "I B" in gilt on both boards, bottom of spine chipped and the title dusty, else a very good copy Second edition of Selden's first major work, his monumental effort devoted to peerage law, heraldry and genealogy, appearing shortly after he was called to the bar, treating not only of England but of the ancient world and of foreign empires

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        Kelegraphia Sive Description Herniarum. Cum Earundem Curationibus Tam Medicis Quam Chirurgicis descripta.

      Nicolaum Henricum, Monachii (Munich) 1631 - Reliure postérieure (19ème) de la bibliothèque du professeur Rüdinger (tampon sur page de titre et première page), ex libris. Dos à nerfs, filets dorés, pièce de titres en maroquin bordeaux, date en queue. Gardes postérieures.Titre frontispice gravé, 19 (ff), index capitum, 288p, index rerum 7 (ff), colophon. Illustré de 3 figures gravées sur cuivre hors texte et 2 in texte, sans le portrait de l'auteur. L'auteur était un médecin allemand de la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Commentarie vpon The New Testament. Representing the divers Expositions therof, out of the workes of the most learned, both ancient Fathers, and moderne Writers, and hereby sitting out the true sense of every passage, for the benefit of all that desire to reade with understanding. The First Volumne upon the foure Evangelists and the Acts of the Apostles. Wherein the places more difficult going under the name of Texts, are more largely, the lesse difficult, more friefly expounded. WITH: A Commentarie vpon The New Testament. Representing the divers Expositions therof, out of the Workes of the most Learned, both ancient Fathers and moderne Writers. And hereby sifting out the true sense of every passage, for the benefit of all that desire to reade with understanding. The Second Volvme. Vpon all the Epistles of the Apostle Pavl, being fourteene.

      London, Thomas Cotes, for John Bellamie/2nd volume: London, John Haviland, for John Grismond 1631. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (10) 621 (4), (10) 670 (4) p. Contemporary Leather with ribbed back, rebound spine, Folio (new endpapers, lacks page 425-428 from the first volume. John Mayer 1583-1664, was a biblical commentator. His life was spent in digesting the work of former commentators on the Bible and adding notes of his own. He is most known for his commentary on the whole Bible which was published in 7 volumes. This binding contains the fifth and sixth volume and comments on the Evangelists, Acts of the Apostles and all the Epistles of the Apostle Paul.).

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        Exercitatio theologica pro doctoratu Ferdinando III. pii caes. patris pat. semp. aug. filio Pannoniae regi dicata. Preside S. Scambato in Academia Viennensi.

      Antwerpen, ex Officina Platiniana Baltharsaris Moreti 1631.. 2°. 4 Bll., 25 (1) S., 1 Bl. Mit gest. Tit. u. 1 gest. Portraitkupfer v. Corn. Gallus, gr. Holzschn.-Druckermarke. Mod. Pgmt. altes Pergament am Vorderdeckel mont.. Im Kolophon wird anders als am Titel 1630 als Entstehungsjahr genannt. Diese theologische Würdigungsschrift erschien zu einem Zeitpunkt als Ferdinand schon zum König von Ungarn (1625) und Böhmen (1627) gekrönt worden war. Allerdings scheiterte Ferdinands Versuch, auf dem Regensburger Kurfürstentag 1630 zum römisch-deutschen König gewählt zu werden. Auch die Unterstützung durch seinen Vater brachte keinen Erfolg. Die hier vorliegende Huldigungsschrift - mitten im Dreißigjährigem Krieg - zeigt die Unterstützung des jungen Monarchen durch den mächtigen Jesuitenorden.

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        'De Zpye - Beemster - De Purmer. Gemeten ende geteekent door Mr. Lucas Jansen Sinck Anno 1622. - De Wormer - Caerte van Waterland Vertonende de gelegentheyt der Meeren onlangs bedyckt als Buyckslooter Broeecker en Belmer meer met de naest gelegen Steden. tot Amsterdam by Henricus Hondius. - Petrus Kaerius Caelavit.':.

      . kolorierter Kupferstich v. Petrus Kaerius b. Henricus Hondius in Amsterdam, 1631, 35 x 47,5. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3560:1.1. - 1. Ausgabe des 1. Zustandes - ohne Rückentext! - Five maps on one sheet. - Zeigt die Polder in Nord-Holland. - Das Wijdewormer (Wormer Polder), Beemster Polder, Waterland Polder (zwischen Monnickendam und Amsterdam), Zijpe Polder mit der Umgebung bis Petten und Purmer Polder (zwischen Edam und Purmeren). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Bartholomew Fayre: A comedie, Acted in the Yeare, 1614

      By the Lady Elizabeths Servants. And then dedicated to King Iames, of Most Blessed Memorie; By the Author, Beniamin Iohnson [sic]. London, Printed by I.B[eale]. for Robert Allot, and are To be sold at the signe of the Beare, in Pauls Church-yard, 1631. Sm.f&#146;cap folio, in fours; text printed within ruled borders, with side-notes; wood-cut head-pieces and large historiated initials; without the blank [A]1, the first leaf being the title-leaf; pp.[iii - xii (not paginated)]+88; A<SUP>5</SUP>, B - I, K - M<SUP>4</SUP>; early, possibly contemporary, diced calf, later re-backed, with red lettering-piece and plain end-papers. Old calf a trifle scratched, and very slightly worn at corners; spine a little rubbed at head, with slight wear to extreme edge of lettering-piece; blank lower-margin of title-page (but not the verso) a little embrowned (apparently by contact with the turnovers of the calf); A5 with two short marginal tears not approaching the borders, and a trifle dusty on verso; blank lower fore-corner lacking to leaf F4; minute, barely visible, restorations to extreme lower fore-corner of last two leaves; otherwise a nice, unpressed, copy. This copy is printed on thick paper. Three of Ben Jonson&#146;s plays were first printed in 1631: &#145;Bartholomew Fayre&#146;, &#145;The Divell is an Asse&#146; and &#145;The Staple of Newes&#146;. The original intention seems to have been to issue them together, as was done in fact in 1640 (with the addition of a general title-page giving &#145;The Staple of Newes&#146; as the second title rather than the third), and this is supported to some extent by both the signatures and pagination. In the collective edition the signatures run-on continuously throughout &#145;Bartholomew Fayre&#146; and &#145;The Divell is an Asse&#146;, and, with the omission of gathering &#145;Z&#146;, into &#145;The Staple of Newes&#146;, where the alphabet recommences as &#145;Aa&#146;. After the third gathering of the last, however, the reduplicative letter is dropped, so that the gathering expected to be signed &#145;Dd&#146; is in fact signed merely &#145;D&#146;, and this arrangement is then continued to the end. A similar uncertainty afflicts the numbering, for whereas p.88 of &#145;Bartholomew Fayre&#146; is followed, after a two-page gap, by &#145;The Divell is an Asse&#146;, which continues the numbering from p.[91] - 170, &#145;The Staple of Newes&#146; is separately paginated throughout. The editor was Jonson himself, who presumably regarded the production as a second volume of his Works, following on from that of 1616, but it looks as though part way through the printing of these plays it struck somebody, probably Allot, that it would be sensible to have the option of issuing them separately as well as in collective form, and they were then somewhat hastily redesigned. It is a curiosity that no general title-page for the 1631 collective issue appears ever to have been provided, though they are usually found in collective form. In this copy pp.12 and 13 are misnumbered 6 and 3, and p.31 is misnumbered 13, as always. Pollard & Redgrave, 14753.5 refer but do not record a separate issue of &#145;Bartholmew Fayre&#146;; NCBEL, I: 1658 All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        The English Lawyer. Describing A Method for the managing of the Lawes of this Land. And expressing the best qualities requisite in the Student Practizer Judges and Fathers of the same. S.T.C. 6981. Quarto

      Printed by the Assignes of I. More Esq., London 1631 - Contemporary speckled calf, neatly and unobtrusively rebacked, showing some wear, light browning, yet an appealing copy Only edition of Dodderidge's principal work, his singular attempt to determine the qualities of the lawyer and law student, and to probe the fundamental nature of law, his "scholarship reach[ing] far beyond that of most contemporary lawyers"

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        Donati Iannotii florentini dialogi de Repub. venetorum cum notis et lib. singulari de forma eiusdem reip. cum privilegio.

      Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugd. Batav. 1631 - Donato Giannotti (27 November 1492 &#150; 1573) was an Italian political writer and playwright. He was one of the leaders of the short-lived Florentine Republic of 1527. He subsequently wrote theoretical works on republicanism. After the return of the Medicis, he lived in exile, dying in Rome. He was supported by Cardinal Niccolò Ridolfi. He became acquainted with Michelangelo at the time he worked in the Signoria in Florence. According to Vasari, Giannotti approached Michelangelo with the commission from Ridolfi, for the &#146;&#146;Brutus&#146;&#146;. Donato era di Firenze, qui nacque nel 1492 e mori&#146; mori&#146; a Roma nel 1573, teorico repubblicano fu&#146; avversario dei Medici, per cui dovette andare esule a Venezia nel 1538, Tra le sue opere si ricordano : Della Repubblica dei Veneziani 1526-1533, della Repubblica Fiorentina 1531, un discorso delle cose d&#146;Italia al Santissimo Padre e nostro Signore Papa Paolo III, 1535, Scrisse anche dei Dialoghi de&#146; giorni che Dante consumo&#146; nel cercare l&#146;Inferno e il Purgatorio, editi nel 1539, due commedie : il vecchio amoroso 1533-36 in prosa e Milesia in terzine, quest&#146;ultima d&#146;incerta datazione. Formato: [2] p., 506 p., [18] p., [4] c. di tav., 12 cm , m.p. con fregi. Buono, ordinari segni d&#146;uso e del tempo.

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        Isocratous hapanta (gr.). Isocratis scripta, quae quidem nunc extant, omnia, Graecolatina, postremò recognita: Hieronymo Wolfio Oetingensi interprete. Cum rerum & verborum accurato indice.

      Ex Officina Waldkirch, Ludwig König,, Basel, 1631 - Basel, Ex Officina Waldkirch, Ludwig König, 1631 (im Kolophon: 1614). 8°. 8 n.n. Bl., 927 S., 58 n.n. S. Pergamentbd. der Zeit mit Überstehkanten. Vgl. F. Hieronymus, Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen, GG 218. - Hoffmann II, 618. - Schweiger I, 181. - VD17 12:633282W. - Griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe der Reden und Briefe des Athener Rhetors Isokrates, der von 436 bis 338 vor Chr. lebte. Die Edition folgt dem ebenfalls in Basel erschienenen ersten zweisprachigen Druck, der durch Johannes Oporin im Jahr 1553 ausgeführt wurde. - (Papierbedingt einige Lagen gebräunt, sonst frisches Exemplar). Pergamentbd. der Zeit mit Überstehkanten.

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        The Historie of Samson.

      Printed by M.F. for Iohn Marriott 1631 - FIRST EDITION, browned and soiled, running head occasionally shaved, pp. [viii], 142, [2], 4to, modern sprinkled calf, early inscription of &#145;William Quarles&#146; (possibly Francis&#146;s nephew, great-nephew, or great-great-nephew of that name) to old binder&#146;s blank, sound The first edition of the last entry in Quarles&#146; quartet of narrative poems on biblical figures, following Jonah, Esther, and Job. Immediately after this poem appeared they were gathered up and thereafter published together, so this is in fact the sole edition of &#145;Samson&#146; on its own, and a scarce one - ESTC lists just three UK copies (Edinburgh, Bodleian, and Merton College, although there are also two copies in the BL) and five in the USA (Folger, Huntington, Illinois, Texas, and Yale).&#145;Quarles is "an author not of such little merit as generally has been supposed. He is often eloquent and often extremely pathetic." - Rev. H.T. Todd. In this elaborate work, among several extravagancies indeed of imagery and expression, are some spirited passages&#146; (Lowndes). &#145;This queer, quaint, odd volume of rhymes is far from despicable. Kitto frequently quotes Quarles upon Samson, and says of him that he was a poet of no mean order. We are glad to have his testimony to confirm our own opinion. Refined tastes will be offended, but those who wish for quaint thought will be gratified. The book is very rare&#146; (Spurgeon, Commenting & Commentaries, 260). (ESTC S115482)

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        Lettre de la Reyne Mere au Roy avec la response de sa Majesté. 21 Iuillet 1631.

      1631 - A Paris, chez Sebastien Cramosy, 1631. La viscerale ostilità di Maria de' Medici per il suo vecchio collaboratore Richelieu nasceva dal rifiuto della politica estera aggressiva e antispagnola, che doveva apparirle machiavellica e non rispondente agli ideali controriformistici che l'avevano da sempre animata. Luigi XIII decise di troncare l'opposizione al ministro e, il 22 Febbraio 1631, relegò M. nel castello di Compiègne e disperse il suo entourage. Isolata e timorosa di essere inviata in Toscana, M. rifiutò le proposte di trasferirsi nel castello di Moulins e, il 15 Luglio 1631, fuggì dalla sua reclusione, con l'intento di raggiungere la fortezza di La Capelle, al confine con i Paesi Bassi spagnoli, per impadronirsene e trattare con il figlio da una posizione di forza. Di fatto, la scelta di M. risolse quello che per Luigi XIII stava diventando un problema politico spinoso e, non a caso, l'esilio si rivelò definitivo. Da questa data M. non poté più rientrare sul territorio francese e trascorse il resto della vita in sempre più velleitari intrighi per abbattere il potere di Richelieu. In 8vo piccolo (cm. 15,7); pp. 16. Rarissimo. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Delices de la Mort

      Chez François Vivien, derriere l'hostel de Ville. Au bon Pasteur., Brusselles (Bruxelles) 1631 - (ENGLISH DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST) / Frontispiece et titre gravé de C. Galle, 2 portraits pleine-page et 4 curieuses figures hors-texte. (8ff) - 284 pages - (4ff - blanc). Reliure plein cuir avec dos à 5 nerfs. Tranches dorées. Pages de garde marbrées. Un ex-libris de Robert Hoe et un ex-libris de Giancarlo Venerosi Pesciolini sur la première page de garde. (Robert Hoe, troisième du nom [New York, 1839-Londres, 1909] fit fortune dans l'industrie de l'imprimerie. Fonda le Grolier Club de New York en 1884, avec huit autres bibliophiles. Lui adjoignit un atelier de reliure dirigé par un relieur parisien, le Club Bindery.) Les pages intérieures sont en très bonne condition, propres et solide. TRÈS RARE. Le seul autre exemplaire connu est à la Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique. Photos disponible sur demande. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Theatre of Gods Judgements: Reissued and Augmented

      Adam Islip for Michael Sparke, London 1631 - [8], 592, ornate capitals throughout, late 19th century half sheep with marbled boards and eps compartmented spine with red gilt title label. Published in the year before the author's death the book details the divine punishments meted out to transgressors of God's law by examples from the Bible, Martyrology, Herodotus,the Greek and Roman classics, the Church Fathers etc, Many examples were translated from "Histoires memorables des grans et merveilleux jugemens et punitions de Dieu" by Jean de Chassanion (1531-1598) including the "Bullet catch trick". The examples are organised by type, ie. punishment for - Those who Rebel against their Superiours - Murderers - to Queenes that were Murderers, for Aldulterie, for Overburdening the Comminaltie with Taxes, to the greatest cities punished for their inquities, to idolaters, blasphemers etc. The work, first published in 1597, also contained more recent examples including the first account of the murder of Christopher Marlowe (1593), who is included as the first modern atheist (pp 149-50). Beard was a staunch Puritan and the headmaster of Huntingdon Grammar School where he taught Oliver Cromwell c. 1604. Leather scuffed, front board loose, some old ink notations including a juvenile alphabet, signature of H. Stacy Marks 1873 on title page, with his bookplate on fpd (English bird painter), p. 308 with tear (no loss of text), a few marginal headings shaved at fore edge. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Donati Iannotii Florentini Dialogi de Repub. Venetorum, cum Notiis et Lib. singulari de forma eiusdem Reip

      Lugd. Batavorum [Leiden]: ex officina Elzeviriana, 1631 - An in-depth study of the institutions of the Venetian republic by this Florentine author, first published in 1540, written with the hope of establishing a similar, representative form of government in Florence. The "Notes" (second part , pp. 289-416) are by Niccolò Crasso, as well as the final section ( De forma reipublicae venetae, pp. 416-506) (VENICE) First Elzevir edition. 24mo. [2] leaves (including engraved title showing the Venetian lion, by Claude Duysend), 506 pp., [9] leaves (Index). With 7 engraved plates (most are folding, some split at folds). Contemporary vellum. Very good. Cicogna 1072; Willems 353 (with no mention of plates) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Colonial Era Holographic Letter Written in 1659 by a Resident of Charlestown, Massachusetts on Behalf of His Mother Concerning Punishment Following Her 1659 Arrest

      A splendid early Colonial letter from a Charlestown, Massachusetts man writing to the court asking for his mother&#39;s sentence of flogging be commuted to a fine. One page Autograph Letter Signed ("John Gove") written in ink on good rag paper, measuring roughly 6" x 8" with uneven edges. Minor toning, otherwise fine. The author of the letter, John Gove [Jr., 1631-1704] was a turner by trade who lived in Charlestown and Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he served as a constable, tithing man, and deacon of the church for many years. He was the son of a brazier, also named John Gove, whose two older sisters had both married founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The senior John Gove died when his son was an infant, and his mother, Mary Gove quickly remarried to a goldsmith and merchant named John Mansfield, thus becoming Mary Mansfield.John Mansfield proved to be improvident and quarrelsome, a trait he shared with his new wife, both of whom were living in hope of a large bequest from the recently deceased father of her first husband in England (which never came). The Mansfield&#39;s had two additional children, who were placed in foster care in 1657 owing to the family&#39;s poverty. The couple made numerous petitions to their relatives, neighbors, and the town officials concerning a variety of grievances and made themselves deeply unpopular. The arrest referenced in the letter stems from Mary Mansfield&#39;s outburst against another Charlestown woman in 1659 over a debt owed her husband, for which she found herself sentenced to receive ten lashes.According to a chapter devoted to her life ("Mary Mansfield (1610-1682) and the Jarndyce Effect" in the book From Deference to Defiance: Charlestown, Massachusetts 1629-92 by Roger Thompson, 2012) Mansfield confronted the wife of Richard Russell, a local luminary:"Mistress Mansfield said to Mistress Russell that they had sworn her husband (Mansfield) out of twenty pounds and that they would all go to the devil, and be damned, further she said some women would play the whore for maintenance before Mr. Russell should have the children, or the disposing of them, for he was her enemy and worse than a Jew. This speech was with many other unseemly words and gestures of clapping her hands in an unseemly manner."This letter was written by her son in 1659 when he was 28 years old on behalf of his mother. In the letter Gove pleads with the local authorities for the opportunity to pay a fine rather than have his mother subjected to corporal punishment for the crime of which she has been found guilty.Her son&#39;s petition was denied as newspapers of the day report that the defamation did indeed earn Mary ten lashes on the back.By 1671, having become a liability and wards of the town, the Mansfield&#39;s were ordered by the town to pick oakum, an ignominious and demeaning job, in order to receive a stipend. Three years later, John Mansfield died and Mary was sent to live with her son (and John&#39;s elder brother) Edward Gove, an assemblyman in Hampton, New Hampshire. She died in 1682, thus being spared a further family embarrassment, when a year later, Edward raised up a rebellion (made-up mostly of drunkards) against the unpopular governor of the territory. He was convicted of treason and ordered hung, drawn, and quartered. Gove&#39;s wife, Hannah, petitioned the king claiming that her husband was prone to "a distemper of lunacy or some such like, which he have been subject to by times from his youth and yet is until now, though at times seemingly rational." After spending three years in the Tower of London, the King acceded to her pleas and pardoned him.In any event, an interesting and quite early American letter exhibiting how women were subject to corporal punishment in the Colonial Era.A transcription of the letter below:"To the honourable: the Deputy Governour & the rest of the worshipful Magistrates assembled in Court at Cambridge. The humble petition of John Gove on behalf of his Mother Mary Mansfield. Humbly Showeth, That though your petitioner does not design to [dispute?] the fact for which his Mother stands convict & guilty of by the sentence of the honoured court; yet his natural affection obliges him, (so far as may stand with the honour of God, & with your wisdom & clemency to grant) humbly to implore your compassion on his aged Mother by mitigating her sentence of corporal punishment & to impose what fine you in your Christian wisdoms shall think [ ]: and though your position in his own condition be not capable of any great disbursements by reason of his own charge of his family, yet having two brothers whom it has pleased God to bless with larger outward accommodations, he doubts not but they (in like natural affection for their Mother, & to keep off so great a shame from so near & dear relation, will be willing to contribute toward the payment of what amount shall be imposed. He hoping also, that it may please God of his abundant grace to sanctify the affection to his Mother to an amendment of life; & that the dishonor which she has brought to God&#39;s name may in some part be repaired by her acknowledgment & repentance; & the honoured courts must be eminently seen in their [ ] clemency with justice. And your petitioner as is duly bound shall ever pray you. John Gove" .

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        Polymathiae sive variae antiquae eruditionis, libri duo, in quibus ritus antiqui.qua sacri, profani, publici, privati. Sacrificiorum, nuptiarum, comitiorum.theatri, militiae, funeris,.philologiae.Proverbiis, Historiis, rebus, illustrati e nucleantur. Cum indicibus locuplentissimis.

      Francisci Grossii, Vicentiae 1631 - [Proverbi-Prima edizione] (cm.23) bella piena pergamena originale, titolo al dorso.-- cc. 22 nn., pp. 214; cc. 2 nn., pp. da 217 a 483, cc. 32 nn. Bei fregi e capilettera in xilografia. Edizione originale di opera curiosa e interessante sui riti degli antichi, sacrifici umani, cerimonie nuziali e funebri, rebus, proverbi ecc. molto rara, manca ad Autori Italiani del '600, Santi "Bibliografia dell' Enigmistica", Du Plessis "Bibliografia Paremiologique", Choix e Brunet. L' autore, di Lucca, pubblicò altre opere curiose. Inoltre poco comuni sono le opere del '600 stampate a Vicenza. Le due parti, con frontis proprio (1631-32) per errore del legatore sono state invertite. Esemplare molto bello e nitido. * Graesse IV 123; * Dura 8022; * British M. Cat. XVII Cent. Italian I 469; * Bruni-Evans "Italian in Cambridge" 2862.[f53] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ITINERARIUM AD REGIONES SUB ÆQUINOCTIALI PLAGA CONSTITUTAS...OPUS ANTIQUITATES, RITUS, MORES, & RELIGIONES POPULORU, ÆTHIOPIE, AFRICÆ, ATLANTICI OCEANI

      Rome: Guilelmi Facciotti, 1631.. [16],284,[36]pp. Extra engraved titlepage. 12mo. Contemporary limp vellum, yapp edges, manuscript title on spine. Later library shelf label. Lower half of rear hinge broken. Light tanning throughout. Overall very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. A primary account of the earliest period of American discovery, first published here more than a hundred years after it was written. Taken from a manuscript originally written in 1523 by this friend and companion of Columbus, this is one of the earliest written descriptions of the discovery and condition of the West Indies. It was Geraldini&#39;s support of Columbus&#39; argument for a spherical globe that enabled Columbus to be heard by the official council charged with evaluating his proposed voyage. Later, Geraldini himself went to Santo Domingo as the new see&#39;s first bishop, and the present text also includes an account of his voyage and a description of the island. He writes that the native race has nearly been extinguished and that he is sending back to Europe two turkeys. His original manuscript was composed in 1523, thus his work precedes that of Oviedo and supplants the great explorer as the first European writer to mention the turkey. "A very scarce and curious volume on the discovery of the West Indies..." - Sabin. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 631/43. SABIN 27116. MEDINA (BHA) 890. STREIT II:1600. JCB (3)II:236-37. APPLETON&#39;S CYCLOPÆDIA II, p.628.

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        The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

      Printed By George Miller, and are to be Sold By Robert Allott, at the Signe of the Black Beare in Pauls Churchyard., London 1631 - The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans, compared together by that grave learned philosopher and historiographer, Plutarch of Chaeronea. Translated out of Greeke into French by James Amiot, Abbot of Bellozane, Bishop of Auxerre, one of the Kings privie Counsel, and great Almner of France: With the lives of Hannibal and Scipio African: translated our of Latine into French by Charles del'Escluse, and out of French into English by Sir Thomas North Knight. A neat inscription to the ffep, dated 1909, and a previous owners' book plate, dated 1897. Has been expertly rebound in full tan leather, with blind tooled parallel lines to both boards, which form a decorative border. 'Plutarch's Lives', 'North' and the date, appear in gilt on the spine, with gilt tooling in all 5 of the other compartments. Sunning to both boards has resulted in the shadow of another book that has been placed on top to become apparant. There are two small cracks to join between the front endpapers, measuring four and a half and fifteen centimetres, with another similar crack in the join between the rear endpapers, measuring nine centimetres. These endpapers are not original, and are also stained around the edges (measuring 0.6mm), where they have taken on the brown colour of the leather. Virtually no foxing to pages, though there is a little discolouration due to age.

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        Florilegium amplissimum et selectissimum, quo non, tantum varia diversorum florum praestantissimorum et nunquam antea exhibitorum genera, sed et rarae quamplurimae indicarum plantarum, et radicum formae, ad vivum partibus duabus, quatuor etiam linguis offeruntur et delineantur. Amsterdam, Johann Jansson, 1647 [bound with:] Florilegii pars secunda.

      - Amsterdam, Johann Jansson, 1631. Two vols in one. Folio (410 x 271mm). pp. [xxviii including frontispiece and portrait]; [xii, including terminal blank], with engraved frontispiece-title and portrait to part one, and 110 engraved plates with 560 figures of plants; some occasional marginal staining, several leaves with some browning, generally a very good copy, in contemporary yapped vellum, lettered in manuscript on spine, fore-edge worn. A large copy in its original binding, a later edition (first 1612) of one of the most attractive and popular of the early florilegia. The first part of the work is devoted to bulbous plants, and the second to miscellaneous beautiful and sweet-smelling garden plants.'The first two editions were essentially catalogues for the selling of plants and bulbs, while the later editions were true florilegia intended for the connoisseur and the scientist. Sweerts was born in Zevenbergen, Holland, in 1552, but spent the greater part of his life in Amsterdam, where he worked as an artist and as a merchant in objects d'art and rare or curious natural specimens. His inventory included a wide variety of cultivated and bulbous plant species. His coupling of professions was an auspicious one, for rare flowers were considered prized items by collectors, but unlike the other objects in the connoisseur's collection, their beauty was transient and could only be captured on paper or canvas. Sweert's fame as a floriculturist spread far and wide, and a white iris was even named after him (the Iris sweertii). His name often appears in the correspondence of naturalists, botanists and floriculturists of the period, and he himself corresponded with many of them, including the floriculturist Matteo Caccini. The Habsburg emperor Rudolf II, possessor of many magnificent collections, tried unsuccessfully to entice Sweerts to join his court in Prague as director of the royal gardens.[In the dedication] Sweerts states that is was Rudolf II. who encouraged him to depict the more rare and unusual flowers in his collection and to have them etched in copper.' (Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi, An Oak Spring Flora p. 43).The designer or engraver of the plates is unknown, although many of the plates are copied from de Bry's Florilegium. 'Over 560 different flowers are depicted. They are grouped by species, and in some cases several appear together on a single page. In the case of the tulips and anemones, only the flower is shown. For other species, such as the Pancratium illyricum (part I, pl. 27) the bulb occupies a large portion of the page' (ibid).Nissen BBI, 1921.

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        The English Lawyer. Describing A Method for the managing of the Lawes of this Land. And expressing the best qualities requisite in the Student Practizer Judges and Fathers of the same. S.T.C. 6981. Quarto

      London: Printed by the Assignes of I. More Esq., 1631. Contemporary speckled calf, neatly and unobtrusively rebacked, showing some wear, light browning, yet an appealing copy Only edition of Dodderidge&#39;s principal work, his singular attempt to determine the qualities of the lawyer and law student, and to probe the fundamental nature of law, his "scholarship reach[ing] far beyond that of most contemporary lawyers

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        LIVRE D'ARCHITECTURE : CONTENANT PLUSIEURS PORTIQUES DE DIFFERENTES INVENTIONS, SUR LES CINQ ORDRES DE COLOMNES

      1631 - un volume, reliure d'époque plein-vélin vieil ivoire parcheminé in-folio (28X41 cm) (jansenist's binding full vellum old ivory in-folio), dos long (spine without raised band) muet (without title), plat à fermoirs à lacets de cuir avec un lacet restant sur quatre, tranches lisses (smooth edges) lisières des pages abimées avec une usure en arrondi (écorné) en haut à droite sur toute les pages, déchirures légères en marge mais nombreuses,ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre brune : " .Nail Tailleur de pierre et architecte à Angers." , orné de 40 planches gravées sur Bois (engraving-wood) en noir par Francini dont le portrait de Francini signé " Bosse fecit" parAbraham Bosse, présence de léger trous en marge de la dernière gravure , cicatrices de mouillures (scars of waterstains), manque marginal de papier sur la page n'atteignant à aucun moment la gravure (lack of paper, but the engraving is intact), sans pagination (unpaginated) (1 p.), 4 pages de texte, 40 planches gravées, 1631 A Paris, Chez Melchior Tavernier, Graueur & Imprimeur du Roy pour les Tailles douces Editeur, .Melchior Tavernier (Anvers, 1594 - Paris, 1665) est un graveur-libraire et cartographe français. Il eut pour apprenti Abraham Bosse, Les Francine, Francini, Franciny, Franchine, Francyne, Fransini, ou encore Fransiny sont des ingénieurs des eaux et des scénographes florentins. Frère de Thomas, oncle de François et de Pierre, parent du sculpteur Francesco di Bartolomeo Bordoni, Alexandre est né à Florence vers 1571, naturalisé français en 1603, mort en 1648, avait la charge de l'entretien des eaux et fontaines du château de Fontainebleau. L'art de Francine reste dans la tradition du Florentin Buontalenti, " ingeniere dei fiumi " du grand duc de Toscane, auteur des fabriques du célèbre jardin de Pratolino ; de celle de Frederico Zuccari, auteur du portail romain de la via Gregoriana en forme de bouche monstrueuse.". Il est l'auteur de ce Livre d'architecture, publié en 1631 (puis réédité en 1640) par Melchior Tavernier, dont les planches sont gravées par Abraham Bosse. Même si le nom de ce dernier n'apparaît que sur la planche du frontispice, et que celui de Melchior Tavernier figure sur toutes les autres (il y a quarante planches avec le frontispice) soit avec son seul excudit, soit, pour les planches II et IV, avec la mention qu'il en est le graveur, il n'y a guère de doute que BOSSE SOIT L'AUTEUR DE TOUTES LES PLANCHES.le rôle de Tavernier se réduisant sans doute à la direction du travail.".(référence BNF: expositions bnf fr bosse grand 063 htm - 6k ).* Fowler 126; Wiebenson III-A-12; Millard, French, 75 (2nd ed. of 1640); Hillary Ballon in Avery's Choice, no. 76; Berlin Katalog 3852; Brunet II.1374; .de toute RARETE."dans son jus" (satisfactory condition with however the defects related to the use and on seniority of the book). . La Librairie Guimard offre aux clients AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 4000 EUR. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The repertorie of records, remaining in the 4. treasuries on the receipt side at Westminster, the two remembrancers of the Exchequer

      London : Printed by B. Alsop and T. Fauucet, for B. Fisher, dwelling at the signe of the Talbot in Aldersgate-street, London 1631 - Collation, [i]+217pp. Bound in full calf. At some time but not recently this volume has been rebacked retaining the original boards. Boards are rubbed on corners with some wear loss, library number on spine. Binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, no loose pages, occsional library stamp of mark, ( about 10 in all ). Pages in good clean condition throughout. A very good clean copy, in a very good solid binding. A21. ( FULL TITLE ) The repertorie of records, remaining in the 4. treasuries on the receipt side at Westminster, the two remembrancers of the Exchequer : with a briefe introductive index of the records of the Chancery and Touuer, whereby to give the better direction to the records abovesaid : as also a most exact calender of all those records of the Touuer, in which are contained and comprised whatsoever may give satisfaction to the searcher, for tenure or tytle of any thing. Size: Small Quarto [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ISAGOGE PHYSICO-MAGICO-MEDICA in qua Signaturae non paucorum Vegetabilium et Animalium .. depinguntur, ex quibus Mundi superioris Astralis, cum inferiori Elementali .. mirabilisque & occulta Sympathia et Anthipathia rerum manifeste elucescunt. OPUSCULUM lectu jucundum .. Authore Augusto Etzlero Albimontano

      Argentinae (Strassburg): Caspar Dietzel, 1631. Hardcover. Good+. Large winged figure carrying set square and a bridle as printer&#39;s mark on titlepage. Small octavo newer brown cloth with new endpapers. Bookplate of Thorwald Dethlefsen (astrologist b.1946) on front and Kawwana on rear endpaper, small purple inkstamp of Woinrich Trünker on back of titlepage. Titlepage +[4]pp Dedication +176pp +[8]pp Index up to Scabies so Lacks final leaf (A-M in 8&#39;s but lacking M8). Gutter margin tightly bound but entirely readable. Fore-edge margin a bit cropped touching 1st letter of side notes on about 12 leaves, with more serious loss to 3 pages of Index. *A very interesting description of the supposed influence Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, the Sun, Venus, Mercury & the Moon have on disease & medicine. Discusses herbs, animals and how men born under these signs exhibit characteristic traits. Metals belonging to each planetary sign, illnesses & morbidity associated with each - eg. Venereal disease (Venus) and lunacy (the Moon). A rare volume only found in the British Library and Oxford&#39;s Bodleian - not in Auction records since 1970&#39;s.

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        Histoire Du Siege De Bol Duc et De Ce Qui S'est Passe Es Paisbas Unis I'an MDCXXIX (1629): Faicte Francoise, Du Latin De Daniel Heinsius

      1631 - Hardback, no dust-wrapper. Recently rebound in half-calf, new end-papers. Text in French. 212pp. Engraved title page repaired. 10 engraved plans. 1st edition 1631. Plan at p.42 in facsimile. Plan at p.54 repaired and laid down. Some marginal marking to 'Table, Des choses Principales Continues en cet Histoire' pages at rear, with mark to last page. Private ownership. (p15) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kinderbacchanal.

      . Kupferstich, von G.A. Wolfgang (1631-1716). 21,5:28,2 cm. Literatur: Krapf 75; H. Pee, "Johann Heinrich Schönfeld". Berlin, Deutscher Kunstverlag für Kunstwissenschaft., 1971, NS 7, Abb. 191.- Seitenverkehrter Nachstich der gleichnamigen Radierung Schönfelds. Vertikale Mittelfalte geglättet und in diesem Bereich leichte Bereibungen, oben auf den Bildrand geschnitten..

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