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        Les emblèmes d'amour divin et humain ensemble. Expliquez par des vers François. Par un pere Capucin.Paris, "Pierre Mariette", [ca. 1745 (engraved ca. 1626-1631)]. 8vo. With engraved title-page and 118 numbered full-page engraved emblems. Contemporary gold-tooled mottled calf, gilt edges.

      - Chatelain, pp. 166-167; Landwehr, Romanic emblem books 272; Praz, p. 255; not in Droz. What the literature calls the second edition of a series of 118 engraved religious and profane love emblems, depicting figures, some with angelic wings or aureoles, each accompanied by a Biblical verse in Latin or a motto in Latin and a distich in French. Some of the plates are signed by Jean Messager, others are after Philippe de Mallery and Gillis van Schoor. The first edition, with the same number of plates, was published at Paris in 1631 by Jean Messager, Pierre Mariette's predecessor. ''En d'amplifiant de 35 emblèmes nouveaux. nouveaux livres'' (Chatelain). Pierre Mariette published the second edition of the present work, probably in the 1650s, but the plates were not revised after that so that it is here printed with Mariette's name in the imprint nearly a century later.With owner's inscriptions and bookplate. A few plates with some tiny spots, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities, front hinge cracked.

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        ANIMALIVM QVADRVPEDVM VENATVS IN VSVM PICTORVM AVRFABRORVMQVAE EDITAE... [Set title]

      Title page and five plates from a series of eight. All the plates are in reverse in respect to Bol's edition 1) Title page, tilted:'ANIMALIVM QVADRVPEDVM / VENATVS IN VSVM PICTORVM / AVRFABRORVMQVAE EDITAE. / F. de Widt. excudebat A. 1631 ; 2) Slaying foxes, in center hornblower, numbered at bottom:'2'; 3) Wildboar atacking a man, numbered twice, at bottom center and right:'3'; 4) wolf hunting; numbered twice at bottom left and right: '4'; 5) Bear attacking a mane, in the background a moated castle, numbered twice at bottom left and right:'5'; 6) Bull hunting, at right a horseman, numbered twice at bottom center and right:'6'. Rare Engraving on paper with broad margins; each plate c.69 x 216 mm, total: c. 211 x 315 mm; title page with stains; 2 to 6 in great conditions and with old ligature; New Hollstein (Bol) COPY 325-329

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        Ancient Funerall Monuments Within the United Monarchie of Great Britaine, Ireland, and the Iflands adiacent, with the diffolued Monafteries therein contained: their Founders, and what eminent Perfons haue beene in the fame interred.; As Also the Death and Bvriall of Certaine of the Bloud Royall; the Nobilitie and Gentrie of thefe Kingdomes entombed in foffaine Nations. A worke reuiuing the dead memory of the Royall Progenie, the Nobilitie, Gentrie, and Communaltie, of thefe his Maiefties Dominions. Intermixed and illuftrated with variety of Hiftoricall obferuations, annotations, and briefe notes, extracted out of approued authors, infallible Records, Lieger Bookes, Charters, Rolls, old Manufscripts, and the Collections of iudicious Antiquaries. Whereunto is prefixed a discourse of funerall monuments. Of the Foundation and fall of Religious Houfes. Of Religious Orders. Of the Ecclefiafticall eftate of England. And of other occurrences touched upon by the way, in the whole paffage of thefe intended labou

      London: Printed by Thomas Harper, And are to be fold by Laurence Sadler at the figne of the Golden Lion in little Britaine, 1631. 1st Edition. Leather. Good. 4to - over 9.75" to 12" tall, 875 pps. John Weever (1576-1632) had an interest in tomb monuments as a young man, and spent the three decades of his adult life researching them through England and parts of Scotland, France, the Low Countries and Italy, the fruits of which are this book which was published a year before his death, which is why only four dioceses are included: Canterbury, London, Norwich and Rochester. It was fortunate that Weever recorded as much as he did, as so many monuments were destroyed during the English Civil War which was to commence eleven years after this book was published, making his work of greater value than he could have imagined. The work opens with a lengthy introduction, "A Difcourfe of Funerall Monuments" after which he records over a thousand inscriptions. Apparently Weever was interested solely in the inscriptions; the volume is woefully lacking in illustrations, with only eighteen woodcuts which appear to have been added during the production stage, and which were likely supplied by antiquarian friends. This copy with both the frontispiece portrait of Weever with the inscription below, a well as the engraved (and breathtaking) pictorial title page, both preceding the lettered title page. This copy also lacking two leaves which appear not to have been bound in, as we see no evidence of removal; we have supplied the missing pages (497 to 500) via a digital copy. We also noted, when consulting the digital copy, that this copy is lacking the preliminary twelve pages between the Dedication and the Discourse, which include "The Author to the Reader" (eight pages), "A Table of the Discourse" (contents, two pages), and an "Errata" page (with blank verso, two pages). ***DESCRIPTION: Bound in full leather, rebacked with the original spine laid down, narrow triple ruled border blind-embossed on both boards, no spine label, in an old cursive is incised in the second compartment on the spine "Weever's F. Monum", plain endpapers, marginal notes throughout in a separate ruled column, eighteen woodcuts bound throughout the text, seven of them full-page; quarto size (approximately 10.75" tall), pagination: frontispiece, pictorial title page, (i-iv) being the lettered title page and dedication page with both versos blank, (1)-871; note that page (1) is the first page of the B signature, also note that at several points in the middle of the text the page number was hand-set incorrectly, however, the book has been collated and, other than the two missing leaves referred to above, is complete beginning with the Discourse. ***CONDITION: Good only; we had a professional restorer re-back the volume and build up the four corners, as well as perform unobtrusive paper restoration to the fore-edges of the first few leaves; the volume is now strong and sturdy, with a square text block and solid hinges. The engraved title page is lovely, the images crisp, the black ink deep, the interior pages are clean and bright, with only scattered foxing, a few small spots which appear to be small burn marks with red edges (candle wax?), and a few areas with small wormholes, none affecting the text. There are scattered prior owner comments which appear to be quite old, they are written in Latin and are in a very small, vintage script. See comments above regarding collation. ***CITATION: ESTC no. S118104. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply, please inquire for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions, we are here to help.

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        Les emblèmes d'amour divin et humain ensemble. Expliquez par des vers François. Par un pere Capucin.Paris, "Pierre Mariette", [ca. 1745 (engraved ca. 1626-1631)]. 8vo. With engraved title-page and 118 numbered full-page engraved emblems. Contemporary gold-tooled mottled calf, gilt edges.

      Chatelain, pp. 166-167; Landwehr, Romanic emblem books 272; Praz, p. 255; not in Droz. What the literature calls the second edition of a series of 118 engraved religious and profane love emblems, depicting figures, some with angelic wings or aureoles, each accompanied by a Biblical verse in Latin or a motto in Latin and a distich in French. Some of the plates are signed by Jean Messager, others are after Philippe de Mallery and Gillis van Schoor. The first edition, with the same number of plates, was published at Paris in 1631 by Jean Messager, Pierre Mariette's predecessor. ''En d'amplifiant de 35 emblèmes nouveaux... nouveaux livres'' (Chatelain). Pierre Mariette published the second edition of the present work, probably in the 1650s, but the plates were not revised after that so that it is here printed with Mariette's name in the imprint nearly a century later.With owner's inscriptions and bookplate. A few plates with some tiny spots, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities, front hinge cracked.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        The History of that most famous Saynt and Souldier of Christ Iesus St George of Cappadocia

      Asserted from the Fictions of the middle ages of the Church and opposition of the present. The Institution of the most Noble Order of St. George, named the Garter. A Catalogue of all the Knights thereof untill this present.First Edition. 4to in 8s. [22], 351pp. Engraved title-page by William Marshall incorporating portraits of Edward III and Charles I and St George militant and triumphant (shaved along lower edge). Contemporary limp vellum (detached at upper inner joint, lacking ties).London: [by B. A[lsop]. and T. F[awcett].] for Henry Seyle,

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        ANIMALIVM QVADRVPEDVM VENATVS IN VSVM PICTORVM AVRFABRORVMQVAE EDITAE... [Set title].

      "Title page and five plates from a series of eight. All the plates are in reverse in respect to Bol's edition 1) Title page, tilted:'ANIMALIVM QVADRVPEDVM / VENATVS IN VSVM PICTORVM / AVRFABRORVMQVAE EDITAE. / F. de Widt. excudebat A. 1631 ; 2) Slaying foxes, in center hornblower, numbered at bottom:'2'; 3) Wildboar atacking a man, numbered twice, at bottom center and right:'3'; 4) wolf hunting; numbered twice at bottom left and right: '4'; 5) Bear attacking a mane, in the background a moated castle, numbered twice at bottom left and right:'5'; 6) Bull hunting, at right a horseman, numbered twice at bottom center and right:'6'. Rare"."Engraving on paper with broad margins; each plate c.69 x 216 mm, total: c. 211 x 315 mm; title page with stains; 2 to 6 in great conditions and with old ligature; New Hollstein (Bol) COPY 325-329 "

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        Die Große Apostelserie, 1631/32. Folge von 16 Radierungen in einem Album. Vollständig.

       Alle in der Platte bezeichnet \"Israel excud.\" und \"Callot fec.\" (6) bzw. \"Cum Privilegio Regis\" (10), teils mit der gestochenen Nr. Kräftige, meist gegensatzreiche Drucke. Auf festem Bütten. Mit schmalem Rändchen um die volle Plattenkante, teils auf diese geschnitten. Je ca. 14,4 x 9,3 cm (Darstellungsgröße). Nach Lieure 1297 - 1312. Vorhanden sind in der Abfolge des Albums: Titelblatt (L. 1297). Christus als Welterlöser (L. 1298). Der heilige Matthäus (L. 1311). Der heilige Thomas (L. 1306). Der heilige Andreas (L. 1302). Der heilige Bartholomäus (L. 1308). Maria (L. 1299). Der heilige Jakobus d.Ä. (L. 1303, ohne die gekreuzten Schwerter auf der Hutkrempe). Johannes der Evangelist (L. 1304). Der heilige Philippus (L. 1307). Der heilige Paulus (L. 1301). Der heilige Matthias (L. 1309). Der heilige Simon (L. 1310). Der heilige Thaddäus (L. 1312). Der heilige Jakobus d.J. (L. 1305). Der heilige Petrus (L. 1300). - Die Folge erscheint 1631 bei Israel Henriet in Paris, der die Platten Callots aufgekauft hatte. Sie erinnert vom Typus her an \"Die Bettler\" und den \"Adel von Lothringen\". Wie diese sind die bildfüllenden Apostelfiguren fest konturiert gestochen und stehen nahezu ohne perspektivischen Bezug zum Hintergrund im Raum. En face oder im Dreiviertel-Profil gegeben trägt jede ihr Attribut, dahinter klein aber dramatisch bewegte Szenen aus ihrem Leben und Martyrium. Der fehlende perspektivischen Bezug zum Hintergrund und der fehlende Blickkontakt zum Betrachter unterstreichen wirkungsvoll ihre Spiritualität. - Insgesamt von guter Erhaltung, leicht gebräunt und wenige Fleckchen. Alle lose auf Bütten (ca. 22,5 x 14,7 cm) montiert, mit Fadenheftung am oberen Rand und graublauem festen Karton außen. Dekorativer Einband, recto mit Darstellung des Heiligen Petrus, Prägedruck in Blau (Weißlinientechnik) und mit Gold gefasst. Die große Apostelserie, Lieure 1297-1312, Album, Frankreich

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        I cinque libri degl'avvertimenti, ordini, gride, et editti fatti, et osservati in Milano ne' tempi sospettosi della peste ne gli anni MDLXXVI et LXXVII [..].

      per Filippo Ghisolfi ad instanza et spese di Gio. Battista Bidelli, 1631. In-4° (cm. 21,5), legatura antica in p. pergamena rimontata; pp. [24] 380 con grande stemma in rame al frontespizio, numerose iniziali istoriate in silografia; lievi fioriture sparse, leggeri aloni, integrazione al margine inferiore bianco del frontespizio. Seconda edizione del noto studio sulla pestilenza cinquecentesca (detta di San Carlo) qui pubblicato dal Bidelli in occasione della peste manzoniana «che rimise in vigore le prescrizioni adottate nelle pestilenze precedenti» [Hoepli 629]. Centorio racchiude documenti «organizzati e poi collegati tra loro in modo da offrire un quadro di quanto avvenne in quelle circostanze e di quanto fu fatto dalle autorità» [DBI XXIII, p. 610]. Discreto esemplare.

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        Ancient Funerall Monuments Within The United Monarchie of Great Britain Ireland and the lands adjacent, withe the dissolved Monasteries therein in contained; their founders, and what eminent persons have beene in the same interred. As also the Death and burial of certain of the Blood Royall; the Nobilitie and Gentrie of these Kingdoms entombed in forraine Nations. with other matters mentioned in the issuing Title. Compiled by the Travels and Study of John Weever. Sye labor leuis.

      An exceptional and unique copy signed by Weever "To the Right Honourable Thomas Viscount Maidstone Jo: Weever presents these his imperfect labours." The inscription is similar to the one in Queens'College Cambridge where the inscription reads: "To the learned and judicious view of the Master and Fellows of Queens' College Cambridge John Weever presents these his imperfect Labours." Weever studied at Cambridge. The copy also unique in another respect as it has the Royal Coat of Arms, gilt, inserted into the front and rear boards. The writer was reliably informed that this Coat of Arms is pre Civil War and was probably obtained when the Royal Library was sacked. It makes this copy unique. Small Folio, calf binding, gilt lettering and image of a castle on the spine, all edges gilt, and lined quality paper. ffep's with inscription, xx pp [including engraving of the author facing engraved title page, evidently by Thomas Cecil, second title page, dedication to King Charles, The Author to the Reader, A Table of the Discourse & Errata, 871pp. This work covers the funeral monuments in the diocese of Canterbury, Rochester, London and Norwich. Evidently he intended to produce another one or two volumes covering other diocese and the notes of his work are held in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries. Weever was not only an antiquarian but produced poetry long before he started his work on the Monuments, and was the friend of many literary people of his age. Funeral Monuments is 'larded' with poetry and he had verses to Stratford upon Avon mentioning Shakespeare. In this work he addressed several epigrams to contemporary literary figures. In late 1599 appeared Weever's "Epigrammes in the Oldest Cut, and Newest Fashion" it was published in London. One of these, 'Ad Gulielmum Shakespear' is the earliest known complete poem addressed to Shakespeare, and is also the only poem in the volume to take the form of a Shakespearian sonnet. Printer's errors result in a number mispaginations but the work is complete as the text is continuous as is the gathering. There are engraved images in the text pages 292, 293, full page engraved images pages 494 495, engravings 652, 654, 698, 772, 773, 774, 775, 841, 843, 844, 846, 849, 850, & 851. There three generally minor defects: Piece missing from top corner of pages 583/84 with loss of page number but no loss of text, + small burn hole in margin., small piece missing from page 623 with no loss of text, and tear in pages 649/50 with loss of one letter. This is an extremely clean, crisp copy.

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        Letter signed.

      Ingolstadt, 17. XI. 1631. - Folio. 3 pp. on bifolium. In Italian, to an unidentified recipient: "Ho riceputo la cortesiss.ma di V. S. insieme con altre lettere quali non ho mancato di servirlo conforme, m' ha commandato, per la sua, come sempre sarò ad ogni suo comando. Circa al provederè del Regi.to del S. Bilick [?] S. M. Reggia hà già disposto al Altezza del sereniss.mo Cardinal Infante il provedere al detto ove son più, che cento, in lasciandosi [.]". - An early, long letter dating from the beginning of Leslie's career, as a major in the infantry regiment of count Adam Erdmann Trcka, shortly before Wallenstein was reinstated as commander of the Imperial Army. Born at Fetternear House in Aberdeenshire, Leslie crossed the North Sea to join the Protestant Army of the United Provinces at age 17; in 1630 he transferred to the Imperial Army. Leslie's leading role in the assassination plot against Wallenstein (in the course of which he himself was wounded) paved the way to his subsequent brilliant career as an officer, courtier and landlord. - Some duststaining to margins; traces of folds; repairs to second leaf.

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        GERMANIA ANTIQUA LIBRI TRES. ADJECTAE SUNT VINDELICIA ET NORICUM

      Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugduni Batavorum (Leipzig) 1631 - En tamaño folio, 16 h.-748 pp.-8 h. de índice. Magníficamente ilustrado con frontispicio, un retrato, 11 mapas a doble página y 26 grabados realizados al cobre, de los cuales 22 son a toda página y 4 a doble página. Encuadernación original en pergamino a la romana, gofrado en ambos planos, lomera con 6 nervios; plano superior rajado en el cajo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE HOLY BIBLE CONTEYNING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF YE ORIGINAL TONGUES AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED BY HIS MAJESTIES SPECIAL COMMANDMENT. APPOINTED TO BE READ IN CHURCHES. [Bound with] The Genealogies Recorded in the Sacred Scriptures According to euery Family and Tribe. With The Line of our Sauiour Iesus Christ, obserued from Adam to the blessed Virgin Mary. By J. S. [ie. John Speed]. Cum privilegio. Together with The Psalmes of David of that Tranflation which is commonly used in the Church. Together with The Whole Book of Psalmes Collected into English Meater by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins and others.

      Contemporary full leather binding, with gilt decoration to the front, spine and rear. Text in double columns. Illustrated by engraved title pages, head and tail piece vignettes and decorated initials. The Bible appears complete, but there is no numbering of pages, so collation is reliant on the register. The beginning portion particularly (Genealogies and introductory matter) appears to begin each section with a new register. (so I cannot be certain that the genealogies is complete. There is NO title page for the Old Testament - beginning with the first page of the book of Genesis. However, the register shows that this page followed properly, and indicates no loss. The full collation is as follows: The Genealogies - title page, verso is dedication to the Christian reader. A Description of Canaan (Two leaves, with text and double page map). Total 3 leaves. (no printer's marks) followed by 8 Trees of Genealogy (B-B4). An Act of Uniformity of Common Prayer. (A2-A7). Dedication to King James (A2) The Old Testament then Begins A3-Yy3 (including the Book of Apocrypha. Engraved title for the New Testament (dated 1631). Pagination continues Yy4-Kkk8. Finis with Barker's imprint and date 1631. The Book of Psalmes is followed by The Whole book of Psalmes collected into English Meater. Which has it's own engraved title page. The collation is A-G3

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        Les abus du mariage | Misbruick des houwelycx | Misbrauch des ehlichen Standes.[Amsterdam], 1641. Small oblong 4to (15 x 19 cm). With engraved frontispiece, an etched plate, and 25 engravings in text (ca. 9.5 x 14 cm), each of the engravings showing 2 oval portraits of men and women, who sinned against the rules of marriage. The etching shows a cart drawn by two goats, a satyr as driver, and on the cart a joyful party of three women and two men. Modern half vellum.

      Brunet I, p. 22 (“rares et fort recherchés”, issue unclear); Franken 1372 (English issue); Hollstein XVI, p. 145, no. 188 (English issue); STCN (7 copies of the English issue, incl. 3 incomplete); not in VD17. Extremely rare issue, including the text in German, of the first and only edition of a print series warning against the failures of marriage, showing 50 portraits of (adulterous) chambermaids, madams and pimps, merchants, steersmen, hostesses, priests, tailors, astronomers, philosophers etc., the whole divided into French & Dutch women and Spanish & Italian women. The plates are accompanied by trilingual farcical poems and followed by a farcical poem on adultery in Dutch, with accompanying etching. The series was published simultaneously in two issues, the less rare one with letterpress texts in French, Dutch and English (with the English title: The mistake off Matrimonij [!]), and the present with the English replaced by the German text, apparently during the press run. The watermark is vaguely like Heawood 135, 138 and 139, but at least sometimes with a single bend and with 3(?) initials below, difficult to read, possibly script “M J E”.The book is related in its design to De Passe's successful Miroir des courtisannes (1631) and Les vrais pourtraits de quelques unes des plus grandes dames de la chrestiente desguisees en bergeres (1640). With bookplate. One quire (F) includes the English instead of the German text. Some thumbing throughout, some faint water stains and a few occasional smudges, otherwise in good condition.

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        Trigonometrie: Or, the Doctine of Triangles: Divided into Two Books.

      Overview Details & Condition Seventh edition of Norwood's highly important and commercially successful book on mathematics for navigators, originally published in 1631 and used as a reference by Isaac Newton. Richard Norwood (1590-1675) set out on his mathematical career when, as a teenager, he joined the crew of a coastal trading vessel and began learning mathematics and navigation. He made a number of long voyages in the coming years and was soon known for his accuracy as a surveyor and navigator. Norwood also spent time as a teacher of mathematics and navigation, and in 1622 married and settled permanently in London where he wrote books and also made important theoretical contributions. Among these were his methods for checking closure and declination of magnetic compasses, and his extremely accurate calculation of the nautical mile, which was undertaken in the mid-1630s and was eventually shown to be only 40 feet too long. Many of Norwood's books "reached several editions and remained in print in the 1690s" (ODNB). Trigonometrie reached its eighth edition in 1685, its popularity resulting from its practical mathematical solutions to astronomical and navigational problems. "With a book like this in his hand there was now no reason why the navigator should not solve all problems of plane and Mercator's sailing logarithmically. Norwood had weaned logarithmical navigation from the lecture hall" (Waters). Norwood's work is also intimately connected with that of Sir Isaac Newton, who owned copies of the 1645 and 1688 editions of Trigonometrie. Norwood was one of Newton's sources for the measured circumference of the Earth, a key part of his demonstration of universal gravitation - Newton cites Norwood's measurement of the length of a degree in the second and third editions of the Principia. There has been some controversy over this between scholars who believe that Newton worked out his theory in a flash of insight during his annus mirabilis of 1665-66 and those who argue that he struggled over a much longer period. Norwood published his accurate measurement of 69 miles per degree in A Seaman's Practice in 1636, but used the commonly accepted and less accurate measurement of 60 miles per degree in Trigonometrie. This less accurate number would not have been ideal for Newton's calculations, and some scholars have suggested that when he attempted to use it in 1666 he met with poor results and set aside his work until the 1680s, when he was at last successful using the more accurate figure. Though Trigonometrie was a best-seller in its time, copies of all editions are now scarce, with only five appearing at auction in the last fifteen years. The first shewing the Mensuration of right lined Triangles: The second of Spherical, with the Grounds and Demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent Invention of Logarithms, after a more easie and compendious manner, than hath been formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of Seamen) A Treatise of the application thereof, in the three principal kinds of Sailing. With exact Tables of the Suns Declination... Also other necessary Tables used in Navigation. This Seventh Edition being diligently Corrected in divers difficult Places explained; New Tables of the Stars right ascensions and Declinations added, and the whole Work very much enlarged, by the Author himself. London: by R. W. for William Fisher; T. Passenger; R. Boulter; and R. Smith, 1678. Contemporary speckled sheep rebacked with the original spine laid down, black morocco spine label, marbled edges. Woodcut diagrams throughout the text. Contemporary ownership signature "Strathnaver 1683" to front free endpaper and small contemporary decorative mark to title. Publisher's ads on the final page. Corners and head of spine worn, joints splitting at the head of the spine, repaired crack to inner side of the lower board, hinges cracked, closed tear to four leaves at the upper part of the gutter, single wormhole to margins of final leaves, the final leaf slightly trimmed at the lower edge cutting off the final line of the advertisement, but not affecting the table on the opposite side. Contents clean save for the occasional spot and minor marginal toning at the front. A very good copy.

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        Lexicon hebraicum et chaldaicum. Complectens omnes voces, tam primas quam derivatas, quae in Sacris Bibliis, Hebraea & ex parte, Chaldaea lingua scriptis, extant. Interpretationis fide, exemplorum Biblicorum copia, locorum plurimorum difficilium ex variis Hebraeorum Commentariis explicatione, auctum & illustratum. Accesit lexicon breve Rabbinico-Philosophicum ( . ). Cum Indice vocum latino. Editio quarta & ultima ab authore recognita . aucta & emendata, Basileae, Ludovici König, 1631.

      1631 - In-8° menor.- (8 h.) 974 (39 h.) p.- Encuadernación de la época en pergamino; lomo liso; títulos añadidos modernamente.- Texto tostado; algunas huellas de humedad. NO EN BRUNET NI GRAESSE ESTA EDICIÓN. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Begin ende voortgangh, van de Vereenighde Nederlantsche Geoctroyeerde Oost-Indische Compagnie. Vervatende de voornaemste reysen, by de inwoonderen der selver provincien derwaerts gedaen.[Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius], 1646. 2 volumes. Oblong 4to (18.5 x 23.5 cm). With 2 engraved frontispieces and 230 engraved plates, including a folding world map, folding map of the East Indies, maps, views, plans and other illustrations. 18th-century mottled calf, richly gold-tooled spines. Professional restorations to the hinges, ends of the spine and to the extremities of the boards; although they are done in sheepskin, they remain subtle.

      Alt-Japan-Katalog 370; Lach & Van Kley III, pp. 461-473; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 250; Tiele, Bibl. 82; cf. Sabin 14959. First edition of "the most important Dutch collection of travel literature published during the seventeenth century ... Commelin's introduction to the collection provides a historical sketch of Dutch commerce in the Indies from its beginning until about 1631. It also produces the first Dutch East India Company (VOC) charter of 1602 and the renewed charter of 1622. The book itself contains twenty-one separate voyages ... some of the voyages had been published before, but many ... appeared here for the first time" (Lach & Van Kley). The latter include the voyages to the East Indies by Pieter Both, Jacob van Neck, Steven vander Hagen, Wolphert Hermansz, Van Warwijck & De Weert, Cornelis Matelief, Paulus van Caerden, Wybrant Schram, Hendrik Hagenaer and the voyages to the East Indies, China and the Philippines by Pieter Willemsz. Verhoeff. The previously published journals are "Gerrit de Veer's account of three Dutch voyages in search of a northeast passage (1594-96), De Houtman's voyage to Java, Van Neck and Van Warwijck's voyage, that of Mahu and De Cordes through the Straits of Magellan, Van Noort's circumnavigation, Van Spilbergen's voyage to Ceylon, Van den Broecke's journal, Van Spilbergen's circumnavigation, Schouten and Le Maire's circumnavigation, L'Hermite's circumnavigation, and Van Rechteren's journal ... Commelin inserted additional descriptions or reports into most of these journals" (Lach & Van Kley).With some slight browning, occasional minor thumbing and spots in the margins and a small waterstain in the lower outer corner of volume one, otherwise a very good copy. The binding restored as noted.

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        Arma Svecica: Hoc est, vera et accurata descriptio belli, quod Gustavus Adolphus, suecorum, gothorum & vandalorum, &c. rex: contra Ferdinandi II. romanorum imperatoris, &c. exercitum in Germania hactenus gessit: qua eius caussa, initia & progressus hucusque commemorantur; authore Phil. Arlanibæo, philo-historico.

      - (Frankfurt), Fridericum Hulsium, 1631. 4:o. 202,+ (1) s. Med 7 helsides graverade porträtt i pagineringen. Det sista bladet utgör en genealogisk tabell över gustavianska släkten. Titelbladet uppfodrat med lagad skada. Genomgående brunfläckig med fläckar och enstaka bläckanteckningar. Sammanbunden med: Armorum svecicorum continuatio: In quâ breviter describuntur omnia ea, quæ à serenissimo & potentissimo rege Sveciæ Gustavo Adolpho, & aliis principibus protestantibus conf?deratis, post pugnam Lipsensem, in Imperio Romano memoratu digna gesta sunt. Frankfurt, Friederici Hulsii, 1632. 4:o. 23 s. Fläckig. Sammanbunden med: Armorum svecicorum continuatio; sive series et descriptio omnium eorum, quæ a ser. svecorum, &c. rege, Gustavo Adolpho, & principibus germaniæ protestantibus confoederatis, ab obsidione urbis Donawerthæ, usq; ad autumnum anni 1632. gesta sunt. Utan ort, 1632. 4:o. (2),+ 7-34,+ (2 blank) s. Sammanbunden med: (Armorum svecicorum continuatio.) Utan ort, (1633). 4:o. 1-42,+ (2 blank) s. Sammanbunden med: (HILDEBRANT, Andreas.) Genealogia serenissimorum, potentissimorumq. regum Sveciæ, e diversis historiographis collecta & ad præsentem usq. ann. 1630. continuata ab Andreas Hiltebrando Pom. med. d. Stettin, Nicolaum Bartholdum, 1631. 12 s.+ utvikbar tabell. Titeln med Gustav II Adolfs porträtt som grav. vinjett. Fläckig. Hfrbd från början av 1700-talet med upphöjda bind och beige ryggtiteletikett, röda stänksnitt. Rääfs exlibris. Arma svecica: Klemming Sveriges krig, s. 324ff. Nr. 5, 6, 14 och 17. Planer 240, 241, 245, 246. Warmholtz 3793. Hildebrand: Planer 192 (endast den tyska upplagan). Warmholtz 6568. Första upplagan av den latinska utgåvan av ?Arma svecica?, som utkom i fyra delar. Något titelblad till fjärde delen utkom aldrig. Tredje delen saknar här dock bladen A1-A3. Parallellt med denna latinska utgåva utkom även en tysk. De är dock inte är helt identiska med varandra. När dessa fyra hade givits ut, gavs de ut igen med ett gemensamt titelblad ?Hoplophorus Sueco-Regius, .? Denna bibliofila klassiker inom svensk historia avslutas vid slaget vid Lützen och Gustav II Adolfs död. Vem författaren Arlanibæus skall ha varit, har Warmholtz inte lyckats röna ut, men han bör ha varit en statsman. Hildebrands verk är i andra upplagan. Den första trycktes 1630.

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        THE GENERALL HISTORIE OF THE TURKS (GENERAL HISTORY OF THE TURKS)

      UNKNOWN, 1631. .......BEFORE THE RISING OF THE OTHOMAN FAMILIE WITH ALL THE NOTABLE EXPEDITIONS OF THE CHRISTIAN PRICES AGAINST THEM. THIS COPY LACKS A TITLE PAGE BUT A NOTE IN THE BOOK CLAIMS THE FOURTH EDITION, 1631. SMALL FOLIO, 1511 PAGES PLUS 'A BRIEF DISCOURSE ON THE GREATNESS OF THE TURKISH EMPIRE BY KNOLLES (15 PAGES), PLUS INDEX (INCOMPLETE). THE EARLY PAGES HAVE SOME LOSS TO THE EDGES WITH NO SIGNIFICANT LOSS OF TEXT, AND THESE HAVE BEEN RE-LAID AT SOME POINT. 34 ENGRAVED ILLUSTRATIONS. THE BINDING IS FULL LEATHER - POOR WITH LOSS TO THE SPINE AND WORMHOLES, BUT THE CONTENTS ARE GENERALLY GOOD, WITH THE DEFECTS DESCRIBED ABOVE TO THE EARLY PAGES. VERY SCARCE.

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        Stockholm. "Die Kõnigl. Schwedische Haupt. u Residenz Stadt Stockholm

      Europe: Augsburg Bodenehr , Gabriel. c1730-40. Copper engraved panoramic view of Stockholm from Gabriel Bodenehr's "Europe Pracht und Macht". Black & white as published. Poseidon in the foreground pointing down at the city. Text below the view identifying the important buildings in the city. with two medallions either end Title on decorative banner to sky,held by two putti. Dark impression; folded. Foxing to upper blank margin and lower left corner Bodenehr Family of engravers and publishers of Augsburg. the foreground pointing at the city Georg Bodenehr (1631 - 1704). Published atlases and geographical books. His son Gabriel Bodenehr (1664 - 1758) took over the plates of Johann Stridbeck (1640 - 1716), revised and issued them together with many other own views and maps in his books and atlases. In 1758 Georg Christian Kilian (1709 - 1781) took over his the publishing house. "Europe Pracht und Macht" a series of engravings depicting city views, plans, fortresses and castles in Europe. Many plates often are showing fortifications in Hungary and Southeast Europe, Spain, Belgium, Austria and Germany. Europe Northern & Eastern Europe Stockholm

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        The Life of John Locke, with Extracts from His Correspondence, Journals, and Common-Place Books By Lord King

      4to, period full calf stamped in gilt with the arms of George M. Fortescue, raised spine bands, morocco lettering pieces, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, engraved frontispiece portrait of Locke; engraved facsimile plate of his handwriting, xi, [1], 407, [1] pp. Spine rubbed, covers less so; foxing to the plates and adjacent leaves including title, signature and inscription of previous owner on front endpaper; otherwise very good. Locke (1631-1704) was an important English philosopher whose writings contributed significantly to modern political liberalism. He is believed to be the inspiration for both the Enlightenment and the Constitution of the United States. His writings addressed the importance of the "social contract between citizens, and the importance of religious tolerance. This is a presentation copy inscribed on the half-title "To the Honble. Geo. Fortescue from the author." First edition of the first full-scale, separately published life of John Locke, also containing the first publication of any portion of Locke's manuscript papers, all of which were bequeathed to Locke's heirs. King was a direct descendent of Locke (and was related by marriage to George Fortescue, the recipient of this copy). Britannica online website. ODNB.

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        Les abus du mariage | Misbruick des houwelycx | Misbrauch des ehlichen Standes.[Amsterdam], 1641. Small oblong 4to (15 x 19 cm). With engraved frontispiece, an etched plate, and 25 engravings in text (ca. 9.5 x 14 cm), each of the engravings showing 2 oval portraits of men and women, who sinned against the rules of marriage. The etching shows a cart drawn by two goats, a satyr as driver, and on the cart a joyful party of three women and two men. Modern half vellum.

      - Brunet I, p. 22 ("rares et fort recherchés", issue unclear); Franken 1372 (English issue); Hollstein XVI, p. 145, no. 188 (English issue); STCN (7 copies of the English issue, incl. 3 incomplete); not in VD17. Extremely rare issue, including the text in German, of the first and only edition of a print series warning against the failures of marriage, showing 50 portraits of (adulterous) chambermaids, madams and pimps, merchants, steersmen, hostesses, priests, tailors, astronomers, philosophers etc., the whole divided into French & Dutch women and Spanish & Italian women. The plates are accompanied by trilingual farcical poems and followed by a farcical poem on adultery in Dutch, with accompanying etching. The series was published simultaneously in two issues, the less rare one with letterpress texts in French, Dutch and English (with the English title: The mistake off Matrimonij[!]), and the present with the English replaced by the German text, apparently during the press run. The watermark is vaguely like Heawood 135, 138 and 139, but at least sometimes with a single bend and with 3(?) initials below, difficult to read, possibly script "M J E".The book is related in its design to De Passe's successful Miroir des courtisannes (1631) and Les vrais pourtraits de quelques unes des plus grandes dames de la chrestiente desguisees en bergeres (1640). With bookplate. One quire (F) includes the English instead of the German text. Some thumbing throughout, some faint water stains and a few occasional smudges, otherwise in good condition.

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        [Military and quasi-military uniforms, portraits and scenes of battles, uprisings etc.].[Austria or Saxony?, ca. 1870?]. Large folio album (39 x 30.5 cm). With 84 large watercolour drawings (28 x 16 cm to 25.5 x 36 cm) on wove paper, with captions in German and/or French, mounted on the (ca. 1962) album leaves, and with the coat of arms of Von Lindeman(n) of Sachsen-Anhalt (in coloured gouaches plus gold) mounted on the first page. Early 20th-century(?) half tanned sheepskin, green sheepskin sides.

      An extraordinary set of original watercolour drawings, apparently unpublished, celebrating the creation of the Austro-Hungarian Empire through the military events that led up to it and the uniforms of the various nations and regiments involved. Except for one drawing concerning 1631, the events depicted are dated from 1757 to 1852. Officers and others in uniform from every corner of the Empire are shown: Prussians, Hungarians, Austrians, Poles, Czechs, Croats, Dalmatians, Transylvanians, Serbians, Bosnians and many more, with a few examples of local militias and of foreign army regiments from France, the Ottoman Empire, Russia and the British Isles (including kilted Scottish Grenadiers at Waterloo). A few appear in Islamic dress, including turbans. Some show portraits of leading figures, including Frederick the Great (1712-1786), King of Prussia and Mohammed Said Pasja (1822-1863) wali (governor) of Egypt. The uniforms are depicted in great detail, with vivid and bright colours, and some show the changes in uniforms at two or three different dates in a short span of years. The present set of 84 was no doubt part of a collection of at least 536. They may have been prepared for a publication that remained unrealised.The arms on the first page belong to the Von Lindeman(n) family of Sachsen-Anhalt, the binding has the name "Von Linden Just" on the spine and the first page bears a presentation inscription, below the arms, from the Freiin von Lindeman-Just, dated from Augsburg, 1962, to a relative in Italy.With occasional mostly marginal tears (3 drawings with significant tears into the image and 1 with a smaller one), and occasional spots or small scuff marks, but most of the drawings are in good or very good condition. The binding is somewhat rubbed, but otherwise good. A wide-ranging view of military and quasi-military people and events, with special emphasis on uniforms, in the prehistory of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1757-1852.

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        Military and quasi-military uniforms, portraits and scenes of battles, uprisings etc.].[Austria or Saxony?, ca. 1870?]. Large folio album (39 x 30.5 cm). With 84 large watercolour drawings (28 x 16 cm to 25.5 x 36 cm) on wove paper, with captions in German and/or French, mounted on the (ca. 1962) album leaves, and with the coat of arms of Von Lindeman(n) of Sachsen-Anhalt (in coloured gouaches plus gold) mounted on the first page. Early 20th-century(?) half tanned sheepskin, green sheepskin sides.

      - An extraordinary set of original watercolour drawings, apparently unpublished, celebrating the creation of the Austro-Hungarian Empire through the military events that led up to it and the uniforms of the various nations and regiments involved. Except for one drawing concerning 1631, the events depicted are dated from 1757 to 1852. Officers and others in uniform from every corner of the Empire are shown: Prussians, Hungarians, Austrians, Poles, Czechs, Croats, Dalmatians, Transylvanians, Serbians, Bosnians and many more, with a few examples of local militias and of foreign army regiments from France, the Ottoman Empire, Russia and the British Isles (including kilted Scottish Grenadiers at Waterloo). A few appear in Islamic dress, including turbans. Some show portraits of leading figures, including Frederick the Great (1712-1786), King of Prussia and Mohammed Said Pasja (1822-1863) wali (governor) of Egypt. The uniforms are depicted in great detail, with vivid and bright colours, and some show the changes in uniforms at two or three different dates in a short span of years. The present set of 84 was no doubt part of a collection of at least 536. They may have been prepared for a publication that remained unrealised.The arms on the first page belong to the Von Lindeman(n) family of Sachsen-Anhalt, the binding has the name "Von Linden Just" on the spine and the first page bears a presentation inscription, below the arms, from the Freiin von Lindeman-Just, dated from Augsburg, 1962, to a relative in Italy.With occasional mostly marginal tears (3 drawings with significant tears into the image and 1 with a smaller one), and occasional spots or small scuff marks, but most of the drawings are in good or very good condition. The binding is somewhat rubbed, but otherwise good. A wide-ranging view of military and quasi-military people and events, with special emphasis on uniforms, in the prehistory of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1757-1852.

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        Begin ende voortgangh, van de Vereenighde Nederlantsche Geoctroyeerde Oost-Indische Compagnie. Vervatende de voornaemste reysen, by de inwoonderen der selver provincien derwaerts gedaen.[Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius], 1646. 2 volumes. Oblong 4to (18.5 x 23.5 cm). With 2 engraved frontispieces and 230 engraved plates, including a folding world map, folding map of the East Indies, maps, views, plans and other illustrations. 18th-century mottled calf, richly gold-tooled spines. Professional restorations to the hinges, ends of the spine and to the extremities of the boards; although they are done in sheepskin, they remain subtle.

      Alt-Japan-Katalog 370; Lach & Van Kley III, pp. 461-473; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 250; Tiele, Bibl. 82; cf. Sabin 14959. First edition of "the most important Dutch collection of travel literature published during the seventeenth century … Commelin's introduction to the collection provides a historical sketch of Dutch commerce in the Indies from its beginning until about 1631. It also produces the first Dutch East India Company (VOC) charter of 1602 and the renewed charter of 1622. The book itself contains twenty-one separate voyages … some of the voyages had been published before, but many … appeared here for the first time" (Lach & Van Kley). The latter include the voyages to the East Indies by Pieter Both, Jacob van Neck, Steven vander Hagen, Wolphert Hermansz, Van Warwijck & De Weert, Cornelis Matelief, Paulus van Caerden, Wybrant Schram, Hendrik Hagenaer and the voyages to the East Indies, China and the Philippines by Pieter Willemsz. Verhoeff. The previously published journals are "Gerrit de Veer's account of three Dutch voyages in search of a northeast passage (1594-96), De Houtman's voyage to Java, Van Neck and Van Warwijck's voyage, that of Mahu and De Cordes through the Straits of Magellan, Van Noort's circumnavigation, Van Spilbergen's voyage to Ceylon, Van den Broecke's journal, Van Spilbergen's circumnavigation, Schouten and Le Maire's circumnavigation, L'Hermite's circumnavigation, and Van Rechteren's journal … Commelin inserted additional descriptions or reports into most of these journals" (Lach & Van Kley).With some slight browning, occasional minor thumbing and spots in the margins and a small waterstain in the lower outer corner of volume one, otherwise a very good copy. The binding restored as noted.

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        Ludus satyricus de morum simplicitate, seu rusticitate, Vulgo dictus Grobianus. Libri tres

      ex Officina Joannis Maire, 1631. 12mo (cm. 12,5), 215(1) pp. Vignetta xilografica al frontis. Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida con fleurons e titolo in oro al ds. Ex libris al contropiatto anteriore (Philarète Chasles. Bibliothèque particulière). Antica firmetta di appartenenza e piccola mancanza al margine superiore del frontis., altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Opera rara presente - secondo ICCU - in due sole bibl. italiane. Raccolta di versi neolatini satirici riguardanti le regole ed il costume femminile (e non solo) dell’umanista tedesco Dedekind (1524-1598).

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        Historiae Danicae libri tres, in quibus res commemorantur gestae à regibus: Christiano I., Joanne, ac Christiano II. quibus accessére: Aelnothus Monachus Cantuariensis de vita & passione Canuti, regis Daniae nec non Anonymus de pasione S. Caroli, comitis Fland.

      - (Köpenhamn, Moltke, 1631). 4:o. (2),+ 252,+ (3),+ (blank),+ 119,+ (4) s. Lagat titelblad, lätt fuktrand i övre marginal. Sammanbunden med: MEURSIUS, Johannes. Libri duo de luxu romanorum nec non de vita, legibus, dictis ac scriptis Solonis. Utan ort och år (1632?). 4:o. (2),+ 154,+ (12),+ (2, blanka),+ 127,+ (4) s. Sista delen med fuktrand i övre hörn. Sammanbunden med: MEIBOM, Heinrich. Chronicon Bergense. Helmstad, Henningi Mülleri, 1669. 4:o. (8),+ 72,+ (24) s. Titel med graverad vinjett. Saknar ett graverat porträtt. Samtida pergamentband, ryggtitel med bläck, blåa snitt. Delvis lös i inre falsar. Ur R. de Rietz? bibliotek, med hans exlibris och ur Alf Henriksons, med hans dito. Ehrencron-Müller V, s. 377. ?Historiae Danicae? är en titelupplaga av första tryckningen som kom 1630. Detta är dock varianten med tillägg av Aelnotus och Passione S. Caroli. Denna variant tas upp av Ehrencron-Müller men varken Bibl. danica eller Thesaurus nämner den. Det är den tredje delen av Meursius danska historia, den enda som trycks separat innan alla tre delarna utges i folio 1638. Det andra arbetet är likaledes en variant, med både ?Libri duo de luxu romanorum? och De vita, legibus, dictis ac scriptis Solonis? tryckta tillsammans, en variant som inte Ehrencron-Müller omnämner och inte heller Bibl. danica eller Thesaurus. Första upplagan av ?De luxu? utkom i Leiden 1605 och en ny upplaga ?Item mantissa. Editio nova? trycktes i Köpenhamn 1631, medan Solon utkom i Köpenhamn 1632. Dessa är här utgivna tillsammans med gemensamt titelblad men med separata signaturer. En nu försvunnen upplaga av ?De luxu Romanorum? ska ha tryckts i Sorø 1634 (Ebert s. 16). Johannes Meursius, eller van Meurs, (1579-1639) var holländsk historiker som 1624 kallades till professorstjänsten i historia vid universitetet i Sorø, och blev dessutom dansk rikshistoriograf. VD17 12:114210X för ?Chronicon Bergense? Första upplagan av Heinrich Meiboms (1555-1625) krönika över benediktinerklostret Berge i Magdeburg. Grundat på 900-talet var Berge ett av de viktigare benediktinerklostren. Det övergick i mitten på 1500-talet till att bli ett protestantiskt kloster. Det förstördes dock i samband med Magdeburgs förstöring under trettioåriga kriget.

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        Alphabetum Cophtum, sive Aegyptiacum:

      [1631], Rome Typis Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide 1631 - The first ever printing of Coptic types. A second edition was issued in 1809, differing only in size of types. Smitskamp Philologia Orientalis, 194. Bound for preservation in half calf, cloth boards. A very good copy, some light spotting. First edition, pp.8. Issued without title page.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, n. J. Hondius b. H. Hondius, "America noviter delineata".

      - dat. 1631, 38 x 50 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9000:1D.2. Burden, Mapping of North America, 192 State 3. Diese Karte erschien erstmals 1618 bei J. Hondius mit Randansichten. Nach dem Tode von J. Hondius kam die Platte zu dessen Bruder Henricus der die Karte mit seinem Namen versah, mit 1631 datierte und ab 1633 ohne Randansichten publizierte. Hier aus der französischen Ausgabe 1633. Mit kleiner Kartusche, Segelschiffen, Meerestieren und 2 Nebenkarten (Südpol und Grönland). - Im Kartenbild je ein kleines Wurmloch links und rechts.

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        1) C. Tacitus. Ex Recensione J. Lipsii. Amsterdam, Blaeu, 1631. Mit Kupfertitel. 459 S., 10 Bll.( Bibl. Belgica V, T86) / 2) J. Lipsius. Monita et exempla politica. Ebenda 1630. Mit Kupfertitel. 238 S., 1 Bl. ( Bibl. Belgica III, L 381) / 3) Ders., Politicorum sive civilis doctrinae libri sex. 3 Teile. Mit 3 wiederh. Holzschn.-Titelvignetten. 308; 86; 52 S., 1 Bl. (Bibl. Belgica III, L 449).

      1631 - 1630, 1631 - in-16mo, (11:6,5 cm), Etwas gebräunt und vereinzelt gering fleckig, hs. auf Vorsatz: ?E collectione classicor. aput A Ugolini Presb. Ver.?, Brauner Lederband mit reicher Goldprägung auf beiden Deckeln und Rücken: mit Fileten, Eckfleurons, zentralen Wappensupralibros und Goldschnitt, 1 Schließe (von 2). ( Um 1765). Korsischer (?) Wappeneinband des 18. Jahrhunderts. Seltener kleinformatiger Wappeneinband. Das Wappen zeigt ein Schild unter siebenzackiger Krone, im linken Feld eine Taube mit Olivenzweig auf einem Dreiberg, rechts der korsische Mohr mit Bandana, darüber ein Stern. 1762 wurde der Mohrenkopf mit dem weißen Stirnband als offizielles Wappen der Korsen durch Pasquale Paoli eingeführt. - Schließband zum Teil erneuert, Rückdeckel mit winziger Wurmspur, untere Kante und tls. unterer Schnitt mit kl. Tintenwischer. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Olivier - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kupferstich- Karte, b. H. Hondius, "Asia recens summa cura delineatio. Auct. Henr. Hondio. 1631".

      - dat. 1631, 37 x 50 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 8000:1D.2. Mit Widmung an Eilhard Lubin von Hondius rechts oben, links oben dekorative Kartusche. Schönes Exemplar fast ohne Rückentext. Je ein kleines Wurmloch links und rechts.

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        LETTERA DI RAGGUAGLIO DELLA CERIMONIA ESEQUITA PER L'IMPOSIZIONE DELLA PRIMA PIETRA NELLI FONDAMENTI DELLA NUOVA CHIESA DI SANTA MARIA DELLA SALUTE CON L'ISCRIZIONI CHE SONO INTAGLIATE IN DETTA PIETRA SOPRA LE MEDAGLIE (..)

      1631. Venezia Gio. Battista Conzato 1631 16° Pagine 4 Rarissimo bifolio stampato in occasione della posa della prima pietra della Basilica della Salute a Venezia. Santa Maria della Salute (o chiesa della Salute o semplicemente La Salute) è una basilica di Venezia eretta nell'area della Punta della Dogana, da dove risalta nel panorama del Bacino di San Marco e del Canal Grande. Progettata da Baldassare Longhena con attenzione ai modelli del Palladio, è una delle migliori espressioni dell'architettura barocca veneziana. La sua costruzione rappresenta un ex voto alla Madonna da parte dei veneziani per la liberazione dalla peste che tra il 1630 e il 1631 decimò la popolazione, come era avvenuto in precedenza per le chiese del Redentore e di San Rocco. Questo è così radicato a Venezia che è stato necessario inserire la Vergine Maria nell'elenco dei santi patroni della città di Venezia. Nel settembre del 1922 papa Pio XI l'ha elevata al rango di basilica minore. Ogni 21 novembre dell'anno si festeggia la Festa della Madonna della Salute in cui i veneziani attraversano un ponte, per secoli fatto di barche, ora galleggiante fissato su pali, che va da San Marco alla basilica e vi si recano a pregare. Insieme alla Festa del Redentore, è ancora oggi una delle feste popolari più amate e partecipate dai veneziani.

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        Le qvinziesme tome dv Mercvre François, ov, Suitte de l'Histoire de nostre temps, sous le Regne du Tres-Chrestien Roy de France & de Nauarre, Lovys XIII

      A Paris: Chez Estienne Richer, ruë sainct Iean de Latran: & en sa boutique au Palais sur le Perron Royal, M.DC.XXXI 1631 - [i.e. 1631].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 8º mayor (xmm.); (44), 168, 1-128, (4), 129-480, 463-788 p.; sign.: _-_2, _-_8, _-_8, _-_4, A-K8, L4, AA-HH8, HH9-HH10, II-ZZ8, AAA-ZZZ8, AAAA-DDDD8, EEEE-EEEE4 [EEEE4, blanca]; marca tipográfica en portada, moto 'Aytarkis Olbios'; 3 grabados desplegables (Barricades de Suze, Pays de Cévennes, y Boisleduc); privilegio del rey, 23-11-1630, en primer _2; fe de erratas al final del volumen, p. 788.- // Encuadernación s. XVIII en piel, lomo liso con doble tejuelo; planos con orla de doble filete dorado. Encuadernación muy rozada, charnelas y puntas abiertas, pie perdido y cofia semiperdida. Sello y firma en portada. Pequeña galería en margen exterior de primeras 40 páginas. Leves cercos de humedad en punta superior de primeras páginas, extremos internos de margen interior en casi toda la obra, y margen inferior de las últimas 50 páginas. Ejemplar limpio, sin otras manchas, anotaciones ni subrayados, con el papel levente oscurecido, bien completo de los 3 grabados desplegables.- // Proc.: Sello en portada de la biblioteca profesional del seminario jesuita de Luc (?).- // Refs.: Sánchez-Martínez, T15-2.- // Segunda edición, del mismo año que la primera, del tomo XV del 'Mercure François', reconocible por los cambios en el texto de la portada y disponer del privilegio del rey del que carece la primera. En este tomo Richer introdujo por primera vez la actualización del friso de las cigueñas que venía empleando desde el tomo I para dar entrada al texto de cada año.El volumen, dedicado a los años 1628 y 1629, incluye un curioso capítulo de resumen de los origenes de la Iglesia reformada y de su extensión por el sur de Francia, especialmente en Cévennes, tomando como excusa un manifiesto de Henri II, duque de Rohan, cabeza militar de los hugonotes y del partido de la Reforma. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Von Kronach nach Nördlingen. Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in Franken, Schwaben und der Oberpfalz 1631-1635 [Gebundene Ausgabe] Peter Engerisser (Autor) Von Kronach nach Noerdlingen. Der Dreissigjaehrige Krieg in Franken, Schwaben und der Oberpfalz Die Jahre 1631 bis 1635 überzogen Franken, Schwaben und die Oberpfalz mit einer Vielzahl kriegerischer Ereignisse. Dieses Buch bietet einerseits eine detaillierte chronologische Schilderung der historischen Abläufe dieses Zeitraumes. Es vermittelt aber auch ein eindrucksvolles Bild von Heerwesen, Söldnermentalität, Sitten, Gebräuchen und Zeitgeist des Dreizigjährigen Krieges sowie dessen verheerenden Auswirkungen auf Alltag und Leben der Bevölkerung. In mehr als 120 Kurzbiographien erfährt der Leser zudem interessante Details - vor allem über die weniger bekannten Befehlshaber und Offiziere dieser Epoche. Die hier vorliegende überarbeitete und erheblich erweiterte Auflage enthält erstmals die genaue Nomenklatur aller im Gebiet des damaligen Fränkischen Kreises in Aktion getretenen Regimenter und ihrer Befehlshaber - von der Schlacht bei Bamberg 1632 bis zu der bei Nördlingen 1634. EA; ca 24x17 cm; 689 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen; Originalleinwandeinband mit farbig illustr. Schutzumschlag

      Die Jahre 1631 bis 1635 überzogen Franken, Schwaben und die Oberpfalz mit einer Vielzahl kriegerischer Ereignisse. Dieses Buch bietet einerseits eine detaillierte chronologische Schilderung der historischen Abläufe dieses Zeitraumes. Es vermittelt aber auch ein eindrucksvolles Bild von Heerwesen, Söldnermentalität, Sitten, Gebräuchen und Zeitgeist des Dreizigjährigen Krieges sowie dessen verheerenden Auswirkungen auf Alltag und Leben der Bevölkerung. In mehr als 120 Kurzbiographien erfährt der Leser zudem interessante Details - vor allem über die weniger bekannten Befehlshaber und Offiziere dieser Epoche. Die hier vorliegende überarbeitete und erheblich erweiterte Auflage enthält erstmals die genaue Nomenklatur aller im Gebiet des damaligen Fränkischen Kreises in Aktion getretenen Regimenter und ihrer Befehlshaber - von der Schlacht bei Bamberg 1632 bis zu der bei Nördlingen 1634. Sprache deutsch Maße 245 x 180 mm Einbandart gebunden Geisteswissenschaften Geschichte Ländergeschichte 30jähriger Krieg Bayerisch-Schwaben Geschichte MilitärGeschichte KriegsGeschichte Bayern Geschichte Militär Krieg Fanken Geschichte Regionalgeschichte Oberpfalz ISBN-10 3-926621-32-X / 392662132X ISBN-13 978-3-926621-32-0 / 9783926621320 EA; ca 24x17 cm; 689 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen; Originalleinwandeinband mit farbig illustr. Schutzumschlag Von Kronach nach Nördlingen. Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in Franken, Schwaben und der Oberpfalz 1631-1635 [Gebundene Ausgabe] Peter Engerisser (Autor) Von Kronach nach Noerdlingen. Der Dreissigjaehrige Krieg in Franken, Schwaben und der Oberpfalz Späthling

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        1631 1ed John Davenant on Justification Faith Calvinism Protestant Calvin FOLIO

      Cantabrigiæ [Ex Academiæ celeberrimæ typographeo [i.e. Thomas Buck]] [[Anno MDCXXXI. [1631]. First edition. - 1631 1ed John Davenant on Justification Faith Calvinism Protestant Calvin FOLIO “The doctrine of Justification is of prime importance in the Christian system, since the clear apprehension of it les at the bottom of all proper conceptions of the God with whom we have to do, and is therefore essential to the peace and comfort of the soul of man.” Fuller, p. 355 Few Protestant theologians were as involved in Calvinist controversy as John Davenant. Other English divines were willing to tone down, or even omit, their Calvinistic doctrine, but not Davenant. While early in his preaching and writing career, his views were moderately Calvinistic, but they escalated quickly with the approval of King James! He preached decisively on predestination, but even into the 19th-century, Davenant was considered a moderate (but outspoken) Calvinist, but ‘not equal either in extent of learning or in breadth of view’ as other Calvinists of his time. (Stephen, 101). This first edition of “Praelectiones” (or “A Treatise on Justification”) is Davenant’s views on the authority of the Christian church, and outlines the fundamentals of Justification of faith. Sayle notes the lace bordering on the title page, which is consistent with this and later editions. (Sayle II, 5734). In addition to the attractive title page, the blank sheet before is filled with notes on substance of faith and Christian doctrine – certainly outlining major aspects of this work. The inconsistency in pagination is noted in the ‘Catalog of Books, Cambridge.’ (Bowes 39*). A fine copy with decorative gold gilt stamp on cover. Item number: #545 Price: $1250 DAVENANT, John Prælectiones de duobus in theologia controversis capitibus : de judice controversiarum, primo; de justitia habituali et actuali, altero: per Reverensissimum virum Joan· Davenantium, S. Theol. Doctorem (nunc Episcopum Sarisburiensem) ante aliquot annos in celeberrima Academia Cantabrigiensi theologiæ professorem pro Domina Margareta, in scholis theologicis auditoribus suis dictatæ Cantabrigiæ [Ex Academiæ celeberrimæ typographeo [i.e. Thomas Buck]] [[Anno MDCXXXI. [1631]. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [16], 641 [i.e. 639], [27] o Signatures: o Printer, Thomas Buck, comes from second title page for Praelectiones de justitia habituali et actuali, though pagination and register are continuous. (p.203) • References: STC 6301; Sayle, Early English Printed Books; Bowes, Catalogue of Books printed at Cambridge; Stephen, Dictionary of National Biography; Fuller, Life, Letters & Writings of John Davenant. • Binding: Leather; tight and secure • Language: Latin • Size: ~11.5in X 7.5in (29cm x 19cm) • Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 544 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The English House-Wife, Containing the inward and outward Vertues which ought to be in a complete Woman. As her skill in Physicke, Surgery, Cookery, Extraction of Oyles, Banqueting Stuffe, Ordering of Great Feasts, Preserving of all Sorts of Wines.... London. Printed by Nicholas Okes for Iohn Harrison, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the golden Unicorne in Pater-noster Row, 1631.

      Fourth edition. 4to. A6 (-A1) B-Q8 R6. Woodcut printer's device to title. Woodcut head-pieces and initials. Modern calf. STC 17353 (also issued as part 3 of STC 17396); Bitting p.309 (note); Oxford pp.15-16; Simon, BG, 1005; Poynter 34.5.

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        The Inrichment [Enrichment] of the Weald of Kent: Or, A Direction to the Husband-Man

      Published by John Harison, London 1631 - , iv, 24 pages, illustrated with various small vignettes throughout, this copy being from the Wigan Public Library , library bookplate on front pastedown, tipped in library slip on rear of title page, minor foxing throughout with pages slightly tanned, unobtrusive blindstamp to edge of title page and margin of some other leaves a nice copy in good condition , new binding, quarter morocco and brown cloth, gilt titles on spine , folio, 20 x 15 cms Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Secundi Historiae mundi libri XXXVII. . .

      Sumptibus Iacobi Crispini, Geneva 1631 - Two parts in one volume. Folio (350 x 216 mm). [36], 746 (i.e. 744), [160] pp. (index); 173 [1] pp., some mispaginations. Signatures: [par]-3[par]6 a-z6 A-Qq6, a-m6 n-o4, [par]4 AA-BB6 CC4 DD-PP6. Title page printed in red and black and with large woodcut device, woodcut head-pieces and initials, text printed in two columns, leaves partly untrimmed. Bound in fine contemporary calf with boards and spine richly gilt-decorated with fleurs de lys and alternating crowned "L" cipher, the boards with an additional central gilt-stamped coat of arms of Louis XIII, the spine with 6 raised bands, gilt-lettered in first compartment (joints split at upper and lower spine, corners bumped, extremities rubbed), all edges gilt. Internally little browned only, occasional spotting, vertical crease to title-leaf, faint dampstaining to lower gutter of first leaves, little wormin in blank inner margins, a few paper flaws in blank margins. An exceptional royal calf-gilt binding, unrestored and remarkably well-preserved. ---- Dibdin II-323; Graesse V-341. An excellent edition of Pliny's Natural History, edited and commented by Jacques Dalechamps (1513-1588), physician, naturalist, botanist and author of the 'Historia generalis plantarum' (1586). The commentary by Sigismond Gelenius, a Czech scholar and friend of Erasmus and Fer Pintianus is added to this Geneva edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Un General Table, A Touts les Severall Livres de les Reports de la

      1631. Notable Early Digest of Coke's Reports Ashe, Thomas [fl. 1699-1618]. [Coke, Sir Edward (1552-1634)]. Un General Table, A Touts les Severall Livres de les Reports de le Darreine Tresreverend Iudge, Sir Edward Coke Chevalier, Iadis Chiefe Iustice de Banke le Roy, Per Quelle, Touts les Cases & Matters in Yceux Conteynus, Puissont Facillement Estre Troves. Ouesq[ue] Deux Catalogues Alphabetical, Lun de les Principal Cases, Lauter de Touts les General Titles Naturallement Surdant Hors del Matter des Dits Reports. London: Printed by the Assignes of Iohn More Esquire, 1631. [560] pp. First and final leaves are blank. Includes three-page publisher list. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, lettering piece and raised bands to spine, endpapers renewed. Light wear to spine ends and corners, crack in text block between title page and following leaf, final leaf partially detached. Moderate toning to text, light browning to outer margins. Faint owner signature to head of title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to edges and endleaves, bookplate to front pastedown. * Third and final Law-French edition. First published in 1606, this is an important early digest of the Reports of Edward Coke then published (Parts 1-11, first published 1600-1615). A popular work, it went through three editions in Law-French (in 1606, 1618 and 1631) and three editions in English (in 1652, 1653 and 1672). It was also reprinted in 1664 and 1680 editions of Coke's Reports. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:297 (16, 17). English Short-Title Catalogue S3988

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        Secundi Historiae mundi libri XXXVII. . .

      Geneva: Sumptibus Iacobi Crispini, 1631. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Two parts in one volume. Folio (350 x 216 mm). [36], 746 (i.e. 744), [160] pp. (index); 173 [1] pp., some mispaginations. Signatures: [par]-3[par]6 a-z6 A-Qq6, a-m6 n-o4, [par]4 AA-BB6 CC4 DD-PP6. Title page printed in red and black and with large woodcut device, woodcut head-pieces and initials, text printed in two columns, leaves partly untrimmed. Bound in fine contemporary calf with boards and spine richly gilt-decorated with fleurs de lys and alternating crowned "L" cipher, the boards with an additional central gilt-stamped coat of arms of Louis XIII, the spine with 6 raised bands, gilt-lettered in first compartment (joints split at upper and lower spine, corners bumped, extremities rubbed), all edges gilt. Internally little browned only, occasional spotting, vertical crease to title-leaf, faint dampstaining to lower gutter of first leaves, little wormin in blank inner margins, a few paper flaws in blank margins. An exceptional royal calf-gilt binding, unrestored and remarkably well-preserved. ----Dibdin II-323; Graesse V-341. An excellent edition of Pliny's Natural History, edited and commented by Jacques Dalechamps (1513-1588), physician, naturalist, botanist and author of the 'Historia generalis plantarum' (1586). The commentary by Sigismond Gelenius, a Czech scholar and friend of Erasmus and Fer Pintianus is added to this Geneva edition. Very Good.

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        The Saints Daily Exercise. A Treatise, Unfolding The Whole Dutie Of Prayer, Delivered In Five Sermons, Upon 1 Thes. 5.17

      London: W. I. For Nicolas Bourne. Good; plainly rebacked & rehinged, several tears, internally good.. 1631. Sixth Edition. Hardcover. 4to; Old leather, [7], 147, [8]p. **STC#20256. Title page is bound out of order. BOUND WITH: The new covenant, or the saints portion, pps. 37-612, [18], STC#20241-7, edition unknown as lacking title page contains sermons 2-14 plus "foure sermons. " ALSO: Sermons preached before His Majestie, and upon other special occasions... (1 & 2 of 5 only) , [10]. 58p. Only, London: James Boler & Joane Greene, 1631, STC#20271. .

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        De jure belli ac pacis libri tres. Editio secunda emendatior, & multis locis auctior.

      Amsterdam: apud G. Blaeuw, 1631. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (298 x 195 mm). [24], 554, [46] pp., title printed in red and black with woodcut device, lacks the final blank. Contemporary full calf, boards ruled in gilt, spine with 6 raised bands gilt in compartments and with gilt-lettered morocco label (crack in upper joint repaired, spine ends scuffed, boards rubbed and soiled, extremities worn and leather partly chipped, lower corners bumped). Text very little browned, very minor occasional spotting, faint dampstaining to upper margin. Provenance: Chevallier Rufigny (bookplate to front pastedown). ----Ter Meulen-D. 567; vgl. PMM 125 (for 1st. ed.). THE SECOND AUTHORISED EDITION (first folio and first Amsterdam edition) of the 'foundation of modern international law' (PMM). A prodigy in his youth, Grotius became a statesman and thinker of the greatest integrity whose influence on modern European thought can scarcely be overestimated. In 1619, cutting short a successful career in the law and diplomacy, Grotius was sentenced to life imprisonment in the Louvestein fortress in Holland by order of the stadtholder, Prince Maurice of Nassau, for having attempted to orchestrate a compromise between the Calvinist and anti-Spanish party, led by Maurice, and the more moderate Remonstrant party, who advocated self-government of the Dutch states in matters of religion. After a dramatic escape two years later (his wife smuggled him out of jail in a book trunk) Grotius took refuge in France, where he survived on meagre pensions, setding in 1623 in the country house of the President de Meme near Senlis, close to the property of deThou fib, who gave him free access to his father's splendid library. There Grotius began writing his master work, De jure belli ac pacis. Many of the ideas developed therein had been outlined in an unpublished work of his youth, the De jure praedae, the manuscript of which he had brought with him, enabling him to finish the treatise in under a year. The fundamental importance of the mature work is its attempt, a century before the spread of the Enlightenment, 'to obtain a principle of right, and a basis for society and government, outside the church or the Bible' (M. Pattison, art."Grotius", Ency. Brit. 1911,12, p.623). "L'édition qui est la première parue en Hollande et la première en grand format, est la troisième de toute la serie . . . est la plus importante des cinq éditions qui on été préparées, plus ou moins, par l'auteur lui-même." (Ter Meulen, Grotius No. 567). Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.

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        Disputationes Tredecim de Iusta & Gratiosa Dei Dispensatione Circa Salutem Generis Humani, Habitae Publice in Celeberrima, Batavorum Academia (bound with Collegium Controversiarum Inter Orthodoxos & Pontificios, Brevibues Positionibus Comprehensum)

      Bonaventurae & Abrahami/Elzevir, Lugduni [Leiden/Leyden] 1631 - 1631. First edition. Two books bound in one. xvi, 298pp. and 67pp. André Rivet (Andreas Rivetus / Andreae Riveti) (1572-1651) was a French Huguenot theologian. He was born at Saint-Maixent, France. After completing his education at Berne, he studied theology privately at Berne and La Rochelle, and from 1595 to 1620 was at Thouars, first as chaplain of the duke of La Trémouille and later as pastor. In 1617 he was elected president of the Synod at Vitré; and in 1620 he was called to Leiden as professor of theology. A learned Reformed theologian and a relentless apologist of the Reformed faith against the attacks of the Roman Catholic Church, Rivet was in his day the most influential member of the theological faculty of Leyden; and together with his colleagues he drew up, in 1625, the Synopsis purioris theologiae, a series of 52 academic disputations covering the main topics of Reformed theology. At Leyden Rivet also worked in the field Old Testament exegesis. His numerous writings are divided among polemics, exegesis, dogmatics, and edification. The book for sale contains his 'Disputationes Tredecim', thirteen Discussions about what is just and acceptable to the dispensation of God regarding the salvation of the human race. It is bound with a smaller work, his 'Collegium Controversiarum' - disputes between the Orthodox and Papists, as proposed in private between students. The book is bound in contemporary vellum covered card with no visible titling (any writing on the spine may have faded or been worn away with time. The vellum shows expected signs of its age with staining and soiling and bumping to the corners. It is complete apart from a a small piece (about 1/2" x 1/4") missing from the bottom rear edge and a little damage to the top front spine corner. The contents are tight although the fixed endpaps have become separated from the card boards, as is common with this type of binding and age. The vellum was tight bound onto the spine but is now partly loose. The contents are clean apart from soiling on the endpapers and title page of the first book. There are a few marks from finger smudges etc. on the early pages of the book. There is some light and faint water staining on the top edge of pages 99 to 169. Pages 116 to 136 have some insect damage which is small at the start and end with slightly more on pages 125 to 135 where it slightly affects the top lines of text. Size: 6.1" Tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ODE di. Antichissimo Poeta e Principe dei Greci Lirici, cioè Olimpie, Pithie, Nemee & Istmie. Tradotte in Parafrasi & in Rima Toscana da Alessandro Adimari e dichiarate dal medesimo. Con osservazioni e confronti d'alcuni luoghi immitati ò tocchi da Orazio Flacco. Con Tavole copiosissime.

      Tanagli,, Pisa, 1631 - gr. vol. in-4, pp. (18), 748, (64), leg. ottocentesca m. perg. con doppio tass. e tit. oro al d. con fregi, piatti in cart. dec. Antip. allegorico inc. in rame da C. Audran su dis. di A. Varani, con l'impresa nobiliare del Card. Barberini, nipote di Urbano VIII, cui l'opera è dedicata. Front. a due colori. Testat., iniziali e final. xilogr. Marca tipogr. in legno al front., ripetuta al fine. Con 6 belle tavv. in rame n.t. che illustrano i primi giochi olimpici (lancio del disco, pallamano, calcio, lotta, corse, etc). Altra gr. incis. in rame n.t. in cui si vede un giovane suonatore di organo e altro che aziona il mantice. Rara ediz. orig. e unica opera volgarizzata di Pindaro recensita da Paitoni (III, pp.106-108). E' la più celebre opera dell'Adimari "per il suo apparato erudito" (DBI, I, p.278). Brunet IV, 663: "On estime plus les observations d'Adimari sur Pindare que sa traduction". Gamba 2054. Graesse V, 297. Qualche occasionale isolata brunit. Bell'esempl. [094]

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