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        Oldenburgum,map,Blaeu,anno1635

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Oldenburg,Karte,Blaeu, anno 1635, goldgehöht,Fürstenkolorit Kupferkarte von W.Blaeu, "OLDENBVRGVM COMITATVS". veröffentlicht anno 1635, Atlas Novus, lat. Ausgabe, Kartengrösse: 38 x 50, GOLDGEHÖHT, breitrandig, unterer Bildrand, ausserhalb der Karte leicht wasserfleckig, ansonsten hervorragender Erhaltungszustand, Mittelfalz ok. Westorientierte Karte mit der Weser und Bremen als östliche Begranzung, dem Jadebusen, einem Teil der ostfriesischen Inseln im Nordwesten, Emden, Wittmund und Wildeshausen. Die beiden Kartuschen und die Kompasrose sind goldgehöht! Referenz: Koeman, BL. 14 Nr. 17.Reference: Koeman, BL 14, Nr. 17, see german text [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. S. Rogier u. E.S. Hamersveldt n. U. Emminus b. Janssonius, "Typus Frisiae orientalis".

      - altkol., um 1635, 37,5 x 49,5 Dek. Karte mit 2 ausgemalten Kartuschen, Windrose, Segelschiffen und zwei großen ausgemalten Wappen. Mit kleiner Nebenkarte der Umgebung v. Emden und Darstellung der Flut im Jahr 1277.

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        Mare Clausum, Bound With De Successionibus and Three Other Works

      1635. The First Major English Text on International Law Selden, John [1584-1654]. Mare Clausum Seu de Domino Maris Libri Duo. Primo, Mare, ex Jure Naturae Seu Gentium, Omnium Hominum non Esse Commune, Sed Dominii Privati seu Proprietatis Capax, Pariter ac Tellurem, Esse Demonstratur. Secundon, Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae Regem Maris Circumflui, ut Individuae Atque Perpetuae Imperii Britannici Appendicis, Dominum Esse, Asseritur. London: Excudebat Will. Stanesbeius, pro Richard Meighen, 1635. [xxvi], 304, [12], [1] pp. Copperplate map, woodcut map, six woodcut text illustrations. [Bound with] Selden, John. De Successionibus in Bona Defuncti, Ad Leges Ebraeorum, Liber Singularis. Editio Altera, Correctior & Multum Auctior. Accedunt Ejusdem De Successione in Pontificatum Ebraeorum, Libri Duo. Prior Historicus Est; Pontificum ab Aharone Usque ad Templi Secundi Excidium Successionem Continens. Posterior est Iuridicus; Legitima, Seu Quae in Successione Pontificali Adeoque in Admissione ad Munus Sacerdotale Apud Ebraeos Juris Fuere Complexus. London: Excudebat Richardus Bishop, 1636. [vi], xxiv, [4], 266 pp. [And] Vossius, Dionysius [1612-1642]. Panegyricus Dicatus Frederico Henrico Arausionensium Principi. Ejusdem Fredericus Victor. Amsterdam: Apud Guilielmum Blaeu, 1633. 31 pp. [And] Heinsius, Daniel [1580-1655]. Panegyricus, Gustavo Magno, Suecorum, Gothorum, Vandalorum, &c. Regi, Consecratus. Leiden: Ex officina Bonaventvrae & Abrahami Elzivir, 1632. [iii], 66, [1] pp. Folio (11" x 7"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, rebacked in period style with raised bands and retained lettering piece, endpapers renewed, hinges mended. Moderate rubbing to extremities, moderate scuffing to boards, corners bumped and some what worn, small gouge to front board. Title pages of the Selden and Heinsius titles printed in red and black. Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces, tail, pieces and decorated initials, title pages of works by Vossius and Heinsius have large woodcut printer devices. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, minor stains to a few leaves. Recent owner signature to front free endpaper, early owner signature to head of Panegyricus, Gustavo Magno, interior otherwise clean. * Mare Clausum, Panegyricus, Gustavo Magno, first edition; Succe

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        Quarta Pars Brabantiae eujus caput Sylvadvcis. Willebordus vander Burght describ. - Apud Guiljelmum Blaeu.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Willem Blaeu n. Willebrord van der Burght aus Theatrum Orbis Terrarum . b. Willem & Johannes Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1635, 41 x 52 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S.53 ff., 2:111.1, Nr. 89 (3113:2; Variant a). - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Grave, Zaltbommel, Weerdt u. Kemperland. - Mittig in der Karte Eindhoven. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Rechts u. links Wappenleisten mit den Schildern (die Wappen noch nicht ausgefüllt!) der Städte Megen, Ravenstein, Grave, Eindhoven, Helmondt u. 's-Hertogenbosch. - Zeigt die Region 's-Hertogenbosch / Helmond / Eindhoven in der heutigen niederländischen Provinz Noord-Brabant. - 2. Zustand dieser Brabant-Karte, noch mit leeren Wappenschildern. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Historiae naturalis libri xxxvii.

      Ex officina Elzeviriana, Leiden 1635 - First and only Elzevir edition. Small 12mo (128 mm. in boards). 3 volumes. Volume I. pp. [24], 654, [18]. Volume II. pp. 631, [17]. Volume III. pp. 582, [18]. Volume I contains an engraved title page with animal and vegetable motifs; a portrait of Pliny is also present opposite page 1. The titles to volumes II and III depict the printer’s device. Text is in Latin with periodic small decorative initials. All edges are marbled. Bound in 19th century full reddish-brown calf with gilt spines. The binding contains areas of rubbing and wear to the extremities and to the covers. The outer hinges and the head caps are carefully and extensively restored. Small areas of restoration are present to the gilding, to the spine and to the board corners. The front cover to volume III shows a slightly darkened and bumpy vertical line of cosmetic repair or patching running the length of the board (about 5-6 mm. in from the hinge) ; the inner gilt border line is worn and somewhat crooked. Interior pages show occasional minor spotting, staining and wear but are generally clean and fresh. An old oval-shaped armorial plate is pasted on the verso of the title page in each volume. Concerning this Elzevir edition Willems states: "Elle passe à bon droit pour un de leurs chefs-d'oeuvre. Les exemplaires bien conservés se trouvent difficilement." Dibdin also mentions that the beauty of this edition " is a theme of extraordinary commendation by the French bibliographers." Gaius Plinius Secundus (c.e. 23-79) was a Roman author-scholar and a friend of the emperor Vespasian. Pliny died in 79 c.e. during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. His only extant work, the Historiae Naturalis – is a work in 37 books containing a physical description of the world, geography, ethnography, anthropology, horticulture, materia medica, zoology, mineralogy etc. Pliny’s work also included folklore and hearsay accounts of strange wonders, magic, monsters and mythical animals. Hundreds of ancient authors and sources are cited. [Willems 428; Berghman 2116; Dibdin II, p. 323; Schweiger III, p. 790; Brunet IV, 710]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Hertochdommen Gulick Cleve Berghe en de Graefschappen van der Marck en Ravensbergh. Midsgaders de grensen der omleggende landen daeraen palede. Nu van nieus perfectelijck met vlijdt beschreven. á 1610. T' Amsterdam Gedruckt by Hessel Gerritz z. Ende men vindtse te coop bij Willem Iansz. opt Water In de vergulde Sonnewyser.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Hessel Gerritz b. Willem Blaeu in Amsterdam, um 1635, 42,5 x 54,5 Hostert 12. - Dekorative Karte der Herzogtümer Jülich, Kleve, Berg und der Grafschaften Mark u. Ravensberg. - Oben links Portrait des Kaisers Rudolf II. - Oben rechts Portrait des Markgrafen Ernst zu Brandenburg. - Unten rechts Insetkarte (20 x 19) der Grafschaft Ravensberg, darüber Wappenkartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Historie der Nieder-landscher ende haerder Na-buren Oorlogen ende geschiedenissen, tot den Iare MVICXII. Nu de laestemael bij hem voor sijne doodt merckelyck verbetert en in XXXII boecken voltrocken, Is mede hier by gevoegt des Autheurs leven. Verryckt beneffens de Land-Caerte met by na hondert correcte Conterfeytsels vande voor treflycste Personagien in dese Historie verhaelt. Alle cierlyck na d'leven ghedaen ende in Coperen platen gesteken.

      sGravenhage, Wed. en Erve Hillebrant Jacobsz. van Wouw 1635 (gegraveerde titel vermeldt 1636). (gegraveerde titelpagina, 6) 671 (15) folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, Folio (de band is sleets, hierdoor zijn plaatselijk de houten platten zichtbaar, wormgaatjes tot fol.74, hierdoor enkele letters tekstverlies, en in binnenste marge fol.624-einde, aantekening met pen in marge fol.256. Compleet met de kaart van de Zeventien Provinciën, afgebeeldt met het westen boven, gegraveerd door Nicolaes van Geelkercken naar Petrus Bertius, gegraveerde titelpagina, portret van de auteur, en 84 portretgravures in de tekst. Zowel de gegraveerde titelpagina als de kaart zijn -later- HANDGEKLEURD).

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        De signatura rerum: das ist, Bezeichnung aller dingen, wie das Jnnere vom Eusseren bezeichnet wird. Beschrieben im Jahr nach Christ Geburt, MDCXXII.

      J. Janssonius], [Amsterdam 1635 - Small 12mo, pp. 403 [i.e. 405]; title page stained and with neat Japanese tissue repair on verso, else a very good, sound copy in contemporary full vellum, ink titling on spine. Boehme (1575-1624), shoemaker, glove- maker, Protestant mystic, and the founder of modern theosophy, published little in his lifetime, and what was published brought him endless trouble with the Church authorities. This title, The Signature of All Things, written in High Dutch in 1622, appears here in printed form for the first time 11 years after his death. Arguably it is the title for which he is most famous, and it is involked by James Joyce in the Proteus episode in Ulysses. Ineluctable modality of the visible.BM STC German, 1601-1700, B- 1651.

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        THEOLOGIA MORALIS IN V. LIB. PARTITA QUIBVS MATERIAE OMNES PRACTICAE, CUM AD EXTERNUM ECCLESIASTICUM, TUM INTERNUM CONSCIENTIAE FORUM SPECTANTES, NOUA METHODO EXPLICANTUR.

      GERARDUM PATTE 1635 - "ACCESSERUNT, NONDUM IN LUCEM EDITA, QUESTIONES CANONICE DE PRAELATORUM ECCLESIAST, ELECTIONE, INSTITUTIONE, & POTESTATE. DE IVRISDICTIONE ET IUDICIS ORDINARII POTESTATE. DE RERUM ECCLESIASTICARUM PROHIBIT A ALIENATIONE. EX LIB I. DECRETALIUM DISPUTATE." PAPER HAS YELLOWED & THERE IS SLIGHT FOXING WITH AGE BUT DUE TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF THE PAPER TEXT AND PAGES ARE QUITE CLEAN AND. NO CHIPPING OR TEARS TO THE PAPER. BINDING IS WELL PRESERVED BUT HAS AGED AND NOT OF A FINE QUALITY. THE STEEL CLASPS THAT ARE THE LOCKS FOR THE FOREDGE ARE NO LONGER INTACT. SPINE STILL EXISTS BUT IS CHIPPED/DAMAGED IN PLACES. BOARDS ARE WOOD COVERED WITH LEATHER. A HEAVY TOME THAT WILL BE MORE EXPENSIVE TO SHIP. AUTHOR PAUL LAYMANN WAS AN IMPORTANT JESUIT MORALIST. "FINIS. DEO OPT. MAX. HONOR, LAUS, GLORIA SEMPITERNA, AMEN." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chile/"Chili", Blaeu, anno 1635

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Coppermap, edited by Blaeu W., in Atlas Novus, german edition anno 1635, size: 355x475 mm., printed on thick paper. Reference: Koeman, Bll, map 57. To see the coastal region of central Chile with Copiapo in the north (left side) and to the south part of the island of Chiloe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Decreta Congregationum generalium Societatis Iesu (with) Canones Congregationum generalium Societatis Iesu (with) Formulae congregationum in quartâ generali congregatione confectae et approbatae in sextâ & septimâ recognitae et auctae

      Apud Ioannem Meursium, Antwerp 1635 - 8vo. pp. 474, [xxx] : 80 [xvi] :136, [viii] three works in one. Roman letter, prefaces and indexes in Italic, woodcut initials, woodcut Jesuit device with motto "Ad maiorem Dei gloriam" on all three titles, 'Domus probationis Soctis Jesu Trevini' in cont. hand on title with 'Societatis Jesu 1648' beneath in another, light age yellowing. A good copy in contemporary vellum over boards, lacking clasps, slightly soiled. Second edition of the decrees of the seventh General Congregation of the Jesuits, bound with the canons of the Society including those added from the seventh congregation, and the 'Formulae', the rules, powers and procedures of the General congregation. Policy for the whole Society was set by General Congregations, the Jesuit equivalent of the General chapters of the Mendicant orders; they met rarely, either upon the death of the General, to elect his successor, or for especially serious matters. Muzio Vitelleschi, general from (1615 to 1645), was elected by and presided over this congregation. The congregation again took note of the problem of the confessors of kings and of "political Jesuits" and sternly again forbade any involvement in politics. This was a vain hope when Jesuits were confessors at the major courts of Catholic Europe, with opposing personalities, viewpoints and loyalties, especially during the Thirty-Years War. Vitelleschi himself, as general, wrote more than one thousand letters to William Lamormaini, the confessor of the emperor in Vienna, on every facet of the war. The seventh congregation also had to deal with the problem of exiled English Jesuits driven out of England by persecution. They lived and studied in Jesuit provinces abroad, often in Spain. They and their Spanish Jesuit confreres faced the problem of trying to live in sometimes difficult-to-achieve harmony, especially when it was not clear who in the policy of the Society was in charge, the English mission superior or the Spanish provincials. Aquaviva, Vitelleschi's predecessor had sided with the English regularly. Vitelleschi had to deal with a postulatum successfully proposed by the province of Castile, accepted by the congregation, that effectively hobbled the English superior. If implemented it would have been a disaster for the English mission. The general effectively caused the problem to evanesce by raising the English mission to the status of a vice province. The increasing international nature of the Jesuit movement, especially with its missions in Asia, Africa, and South America meant the congregation had to deal with such disparate and diverse subjects as the Jesuits role after the Council of Trent, the teaching of Philosophy in Jesuit Schools, and the apparel worn on Chinese missions. A fascinating insight into the Jesuit movement at a seminal moment in its history. See De Backer-Som. V 95ff. Otherwise apparently unrecorded. Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Guiana/Amazonvm, Blaeu W., anno 1635

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Coppermap, edited by W. Blaeu, in Atlas Novus, german edition anno 1635, "Guiana sive Amazonum regio", size: 37 x 49 cm., wide margins, thick paper. Isla Margarita in the Northern Part with the Amazonas delta in the south. The map shows in the center a large inland sea, Parime Lacus, on whose northwestern shore lies the fabled city Manoa del Dorado, or the golden city of the Incas. Reference: Koeman Bll, map 53. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bellissimo ms. diplomatico autografo firmato tit. 'Istruzioni al Sig. Gio. Codebò' (senza indicazione di data ma ascrivibile agli anni trenta del XVII sec.) del poeta e diplomatico, fra i massimi esponenti del barocco in Italia, al servizio del Duca d'Este a Modena e Governatore della Garfagnana come già l'Ariosto e poi dei Savoia. Indirizzato al Conte Giovanni Codebò della corte sabauda, il ms. contiene le istruzioni per una importante missione diplomatica per conto dei Savoia: Francesco I d'Este è intenzionato ad annettere nei suoi territori il Principato di Correggio, e per questo cerca l'appoggio del Duca di Savoia, offrendo tramite i suoi funzionari una notevole somma di denaro, oltre alla mano di una facoltosa fanciulla. "Soddisfatto il Pron. Ser.mo delle prudenti e circospette negoziazioni del S. Co: Gio: delibera che torni nuovamente ad abbocarsi con Duca di Sabbioneta e che prima d'ogninaltra cosa renda a S.E. grazie particolari della continovata amorevole volontà, che mostra alla persona e Casa sua, e detta cortese applicazione con che riguarda i suoi interessi, e questo spezialmente di cui tratta, cioè del Principato di Correggio (...). Investirà il Sr. D - Maurizio (di Savoia) d'un feudo nobile (...) che sarà e gli assignerà cinquemila scudi annua rendita...". "Nè solamente il S.Duca lo avrà fra' suoi cari presso di sé, ma gli troverà e gli darà la moglie che desidera, e della quale tacendosi ora il nome, solamente dirassi che, che oltre l'avere cinquantamila scudi di dote, è Dama di tal condizione e qualità...". Due pagine e 1 / 2 in - 4, alcuni fori dovuti all'acidità dell'inchiostro ferrogallico (alla firma) non compromettono il testo. Francesco I d'Este riuscà ad acquisire il Principato di Correggio nel 1635, termine ante quem collocare il documento.

      

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        Poloniae. Nova et Acurata Descriptio.

      Um 1635.. Unter Glas gerahmt Rahmengröße ca. 60 x 52 cm. Kol. Kupferstich. Die Rückseite ebenfalls unter Glas mit französischem Text. Gebräunt, etw. stockfl..

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        Rhenvs Fluviorum Europae celeberrimus, cum Mosa, Mosella, et reliquis, in illum se exonerantibus, fluminibus

      Amsterdam Blaeu Willem and Joan 1635 - Rhein. "Rhenus fluviorum Europae celeberrimus, cum Mosa, Mosella, et reliquis, in illum se exonerantibus, fluminibus". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. und W. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1635. Mit 2 großen ausgem. fig. u. herald. Kart. u. Leiste mit 10 von Putten gehaltene farb. Gebietswappen. Von 2 Platten gedruck und zusammengestezt. 41,5:96,5 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Mare Clausum seu De Domino Maris Libri Duo [etc.]. S.T.C. 22175. Folio in 4s.

      First edition of the most famous of all English works on international law, written by Selden at the command of James I in response to Grotius' Mare Liberum, and earning Selden the sobriquet of "the father of international law in England". Contemporary sheep, well rubbed, head of spine chipped; light marginal staining but otherwise a good copy. Excudebat Will. Stanesbeius, pro Richardo Meighen, London, 1635.

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        Mediolanum ducatus

      Blaeu W 1635 - "Mediolanum ducatus". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. von W. Blaeu, (um 1635). Mit 2 ausgem. herald. u. ornament. Kart. 38:49 cm. The city of Milan with its environs - Lago Maggiore, Lago de Como, Lago di Garda etc. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        DOCTRINA CHRISTIANA

      Parisiis : Impensis Societatis Typographicae, Librorum Officij Ecclesiastici, iussu Regis constitutae. Cum Priuileio Regis 1635. . Sm. 8vo. [16]pp. + 143pp. + [i]. Arabic and Latin parallel texts. Preface by Louis XIII in Latin and his armorial shield to title page. Light mainly marginal browning, first and last few leaves with very faint signs of waterstaining, early gilt rule edged calf with blind fillet edging to boards, blind detailed compartments and gilt lettering to spine, minor wear and surface cracking to joints. Scarce. Colophon: Parisiis, Excudebat Antonius Vitray, M.DC.XXXV. Dedicated to Cardinal Richelieu; preface by Louis XIII, dated Chateau Thierry Dec. 9, 1631. Italian original published in 1597 and translated into more than sixty languages. Signatures: [pi]8, A-I8 (missigning B1 as A). Head-piece; floriated initial; royal coat-of-arms on t.p. Latin preliminary pages (dedication and imprimatur); French preface. Arabic translation of catechism with facing Latin text. Arabic translation by Maronites Victorius Scialac (Syriac: Nasrallah Shalaq al-'Aquri) (d. 1635) and Gabriel Sionita (Syriac: Jibra'il as-Sahyuni;) (1577 Ehden Lebanon ?- 1648 Paris). OCLC 54283090. Saint Robert Bellarmine, S.J. (1542?-1621) Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the most important figures in the Counter-Reformation. He was canonized in 1930 and named a Doctor of the Church. Widely remembered for his role in the Galileo affair. An abridgment of his "Dichiarazione piu copiosa della dottrina christiana" (1598). US$4125

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        Variae Resolutiones Iuris Caesarei, Pontificii, & Municipalis

      1635. With a Notable Collection of Catalonian Decisions Cancer, Jaime [1520-1592]. Myr, D., Editor. Variae Resolutiones Iuris Caesarei, Pontificii, & Municipalis Principatus Cathaloniae, Hac Ultima Editione ab Ipso Auctore, Antequam e Vita Emigraret, Diligentissime Recognitae, & Altero Fere Tanto Auctiores Factae. Cum Summarijs, Hactenus Maxime Desideratis, & Indice Rerum Verborumque Locupletissimo. Cura & Desiderio D.D. Myr, Regiae Audientiae Doctoris Eximii, Auctoris Generi, in Lucem Emissae. Tournon: Sumptibus Laurentii Durand, 1635 (Parts 1 and 2); Lyons: Sumptibus Laurentii Arnaud, 1643 (Part 3). Three parts in two volumes, each with title page and individual pagination. [xvi], 435, [1]; [iv], 261 [i.e. 259], [85]; [viii], 440, [75] pp. A preliminary leaf in part 2 (*2) misbound after p. 12. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13-3/4" x 9"). Contemporary calf, gilt rules enclosing central gilt panels with corner fleurons to boards, gilt spines with raised bands, marbled pastedowns, all edges gilt. Moderate rubbing to extremities, some wear and chipping to spine ends, corners bumped and somewhat worn, light rubbing and faint stains to boards. Title pages, each with large printer device, printed in red and black, large copperplate coat of arms at head of dedication, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, occasional faint dampspotting and dampstaining, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplates to front pastedowns, small inkstamps to preliminaries. * Later edition. As the title states, this is an annotated collection of notable court decisions from the canon-law courts, the Holy Roman Empire and Catalonia. Several annotations compare the three systems. It was originally published in 1594-1608 as Variarum Resolutionum Iuris Caesarei, Pontificii, et Municipalis Principatus Cathaloniae. It went through several editions and issues, the last one in 1760. Complete copies of any edition are uncommon. Palau, Manual del Librero Hispano-Americano 41844.

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        Tractus Danubii, Fluminis In Europa Maximi, A Fontibus, Per Germaniam Et Hungariam, Belgradum Usque.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Willem Janszoon Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1635, 41 x 89,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 487, 1110.2A. - Schilder in Map Collector 1978, Nr.3. - Sehr seltene Karte von 6 Platten gedruckt, die nur in der 2bändigen deutschen Ausgabe des Theatrum 1634-1635 erschien und bereits in den anderssprachigen Ausgaben des Jahres durch die bekannte Donaulaufkarte ersetzt wurde. - Zeigt den Donaulauf von der Quelle bis Belgrad. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Vorliegende Karte wurde mit den Platten der Germania-Wandkarte separat für die ersten Altlanten Blaeus gedruckt. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Les Oeuvres. Contenans ses Fantasies, Imaginations & Paradoxes, & autres discours comique. Le tout nouvellement tiré de l'Escarcelle de ses Imaginations. Reveu & augmenté par l'Auteur

      Martin de la Motte 1635 Petit in - 12 (144 x 88 mm), maroquin citron, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièce de maroquin marron, triple filet or sur les plats, double filet sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (reliure signée Trautz - Bauzonnet). Orné d'un fleuron de titre et d'un cul - de - lampe. Très Bel exemplaire. (quelques légères rousseurs). / / Small 12o (144 x 88 mm), lemon morocco, spine tooled raised on five bands, brown morocco label, triple fillet border on covers, double fillet on turns - in, dentelle inside, edges gilt over marbling (binding signed Trautz - Bauzonnet). Illustrated with a floweret on title and a cul - de - lampe. Very fine copy. (some light brownings).

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        Historia naturae, maxime peregrinae, libris XVI distincta. In quibus rarissima naturae arcana, etiam astronomica, & ignota Indiarum animalia, quadrupedes, aves, pisces, reptilia, insecta, zoophyta, plantae, metalla, lapides, & alia mineralia, fluviorumque & elementorum conditiones, etiam cum proprietatibus medicinalibus, describuntur.

      Antwerp, Balthazar Moretus, 1635 - Folio (357 x 215 mm), pp [viii] 502 [104], with engraved printer's device on title and 70 woodcuts in the text; some very slight browning, a very attractive copy in contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards, with clasps, traces of contemporary inscription of a monastic library on title, later ink stamp partially deleted. £6500First edition of this important account of the natural history of Mexico, including much material relative to pre-conquest New Spain. Many New World species are described here for the first time, and native names are given. There are accounts of ceremonies, preparations of medicines, and the native uses of plant, animal, and mineral products. 'Its title notwithstanding, this book is a presentation of exclusively New World natural history. Nieremberg was pretty much a stay-at-home Jesuit encyclopedist, but he did have access to the unpublished manuscripts of Francisco Hernandez and to a great deal of information sent back by fellow Jesuits in the New World. He is particularly useful for having gathered in one place all previous information about New World animals; here, for example, are three armadillo drawings, as done by Belon and l'Ecluse. But there are also some true novelties in Nieremberg: a manatee, for example, and the first published illustration of a Virginia opossum, complete with young in pouch' (Joy Kenseth ed, The age of the marvelous p 120).Nieremberg (1595-1658) did in fact have some firsthand experience in the New World. Upon completion of his noviciate, he was sent to New Castile (Kingdom of Peru, which extended north to the isthmus of Panama) as a missionary. Returned to Madrid, he taught natural history at the Royal College for fourteen years. He was a notable mystic and prolific author: 'His eloquent treatise, De la hermosura de Dios. (1649), is the last classical manifestation of mysticism in Spanish literature. Nieremberg has not the enraptured vision of St Theresa, nor the philosophic significance of Luis de León, and the unvarying sweetness of his style is cloying; but he has exaltation, unction, insight, and his book forms no unworthy close to a great literary tradition' (Encyclopaedia Britannica 11th edition, v. 19 p. 672).'According to Nissen, most of the cuts of plants are modifications by Christoffel Jegher (1569-1653) on the cuts of plants used in the works of L'Ecluse published by Plantin. 21 of the woodcuts of animals are signed l.c.' (Johnston).Provenance: Horticultural Society of New York, bequest of Kenneth K. Mackenzie October 1934, with bookplate; Robert de BelderAlden 635/93; Arents 3278; Nissen ZBI 2974; Johnston 191; Sabin 55268; Sommervogel V 1736 13; Wellcome 4546

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        Le Second Part des Reports del Edward Coke Lattorney General Le Roigne, De divers matters en Ley, avec graunde & mature consideration resolve, & adjudge . . . durant le Raigne de tresillustre & renomes Roygne Elizabeth [etc.]. S.T.C. 5498.5. Folio

      London: Per assignatos Johannis More Armigeri. Cum Privilegio, 1635. Contemporary sheep, rubbed, later typescript labels, a very good, clean copy with a near-contemporary ownership signature; the Taussig copy A rare edition of the second part of Coke's famed Reports, including with Parts I and III (in Plucknett's words) Coke's "choicest cases", concentrating on conveyancing, particularly conveyancing blunders; one copy only in ESTC in North America

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        Wahrhaffte Verzeichnüs des Prättigöws, der Herschafft Meyenfeldt, gelegenheit umb Chur und Angräntzenden Landschafften, sampt den Treffen so die Pündtner mit ihren Feinden gethan, Im Jahr 1622 - Praetigoiae sive Rhaetigoiae et Meyenfeldensis Ditionis, circa oppidum Churiam situs vera descriptio, cum finitimis terris et diversis aliquot Conflictibus, quibus Rhaetii hostes suos probe multarunt, fustibus cum illis congressi, anno 1622.

      [Frankfurt am Main, Matthaeus Merian d.Ae., Hsg. / wohl: Gedruckt bey Wolffgang Hoffmann 1635].. Doppelblatt-grosse Karte ca. 1 : 190'000 in Kupferradierung ('Kupferstich'; 34 x 37.3 cm; Platte 27.5 x 35.1 cm; Sujet/Rahmen 25.6 x 34.7 cm) a. Büttenpapier, in kräftigem Abzug mit etwas Plattenrand u. -Ton. Blatt unbeschnitten, verso mit Papierstreifen alt zusammengefügt (etwas durchschlagend/leimschattig), recto mit vertikaler Spur der ursprünglichen Mittelfaltung; partielle Bräunungen und v.a. marginal etwas stock- und braunfleckig (eher blass und wenig störend). Gesamthaft recht gutes, aufgrund des wenig beeinträchtigten Plattenzustandes wohl ein Exemplar der ersten Auflage.. Plastisch gestaltete und gegen Osten schattierte Karte aus Johann Philipp Abelinus, Theatrum Europaeum [Teil I], Oder Außführliche / und Wahrhafftige Beschreibung aller und jeder denckwürdiger Geschichten : so sich hin und wider in der Welt / fürnämlich aber in Europa / und Teutschen Landen / [..] / vom Jahr Christi 1617. biß auff das Jahr Jahr 1629. [..] sich begeben und zugetragen haben [..]. Beschrieben durch M. Joannem Philippum Abelinum, Argentoratensem. p. 790/791. - Titel erstmals 1635. Es erschienen noch zwei revidierte Auflagen 1643 und 1662, letztere bei Daniel Fievet (vgl. VK GBV). - Bibliographiert nach ZB Zürich (10.3931/e-rara-32850 ). - IDS Basel Bern mit Vermerk: [Ca. 1:190 000] E 9°14'-E 10°06'/N 47°11'-N 46°44'. - Vgl. auch L. Weisz, Die Schweiz auf alten Karten. Zürich 1945, p. 137 und ganzs. Abbildung p. 136. - Regionale Karte umfassend das Gebiet vom oberen Walensee mit Walenstadt, Flums, Mels, Sargans mit dem Gonzen ('Scala Mons', einst auch Schalberg od. Schollberg), Vilters, dem Sarganserland ('Sarganser Landvogtei') mit dem Rheintal bis Wartau und Vaduz in der Nordwestecke; östlich davon die Prättigauer Dörfer Grüsch, Fanas und Seewis mit den dahinter liegenden Gipfeln von Falknis und Rätikon ('Retico Mons', N); das Montafon und Vorarlberg mit Bludenz und Klostertal (NO), die Silvretta-Gruppe ('Selureta Mons') im Osten, südlich anschliessend die Landschaft Davos mit dem fast bis zur Dorfkirche reichenden Davosersee und den Kirchen St. Theodor (Theodul) und Hauptkirche (St. Johann am Platz) bis Frauenkirch und Monstein, Scalettapass und Unterengadin mit Susch (dt. Süs), Lavin und Guarda in der ganzen Südostecke, sodann das Schanfigg u. der Kreis Churwalden bis Parpan im Süden (die noch südlicher gelegene Region Lenzerheide nicht mehr aufgenommen), dann der Zusammenfluss von Vorder- u. Hinterrhein mit Reichenau und Schloss Rhäzüns (SW), und das Taminatal mit Ragaz, Calanda, Kloster bzw. Bad Pfäfers und Vättis bis zur Grenze gegen das Glarnerland im Westen. -- Gygers eigens gezeichnete Karte diente Merian zur Illustration von kriegerischen Ereignissen im Freistaat der Drei Bünde im Jahre 1622, d.h. während des Dreissigjährigen Krieges, insbesondere der sog. Bündner Wirren von 1622 bis ca. 1639. Einleitend beginnt Abelinus seine Schilderung p. 787: "Von dem Zustandt in Bündten, und was selbige Innwohner von der Spanischen und oestereichischen Regierung für Trangsalen außgestanden, ist hiebevor angemeldet worden." Auslöser für diese kriegerischen Auseinandersetzungen war der Prättigauer Aufstand vom Palmsonntag 1622, der zu einer ganzen Reihe von Truppenverschiebungen und -Begegnungen führte (vgl. dazu kurz komprimiert F. Pieth, Bündnergeschichte, Chur 1945, p. 208 ff.). Die detaillierte Darstellung der wichtigsten Vorgänge hauptsächlich in der Region Maienfeld (Bündner Herrschaft) mit St. Luzisteig, sowie Chur und Prättigau, aber auch bis ins Engadin schliesst p. 804 mit den Lindauer und Mailänder Artikeln ('Meyländische Capitulation') und dem Beschluss von Baden, die Juden aus der Eidgenossenschaft zu weisen: "Unlang hernach gingen die vornembste Häupter [der?] Pündtner etwas eyn, darwider sie sich zuvor lang gesperret hatten, dann sie entschlossen sich, durch einen sonderbahren empfangenen Befehl, die deß vergangenen Jahrs tractierte, und von den besten Patrioten verworffene Meyländische Capitulation, under etwas leydenlichen Conditionen, umb deß besten willen anzunehmen, darmit sie sich hiermit grösserer besorgender Gefahr befreyen möchten. In dessen wurde auff einer sonderbaren Versamblung zu Baden ein Schluß wider die Hebreische Juden gemacht, daß dieselbe, jres Landsverderblichen Auffwechsels vnd Arglistigkeit halber, solten auß den Schweitzerischen Landen und Gebieten, verwiesen werden." -- Im Rahmen dieses Konflikts zwischen den Bündnern und den v.a. österreichischen Besatzungstruppen unter ihrem Oberbefehlshaber Alois Baldiron kam es zu einem bündnerischen Kriegszug in die benachbarte österreichische Gegend jenseits des Rätikon, was in der Karte ebenfalls zur Darstellung gelangt, indem Truppen auf ihrem Zug wohl durch das Schweizertor nach Tschagguns ('Tuguns') gezeigt werden. - Für die Geschichtsschreibung des Montafon bildet dieser Bündner Überfall, ein Beutezug mit Brandschatzungen und Plünderungen, ein noch heute bedeutsames Ereignis. "Im Juli 1622 stiessen bündnerische Truppen (also nicht nur Prättigauer) über etliche Gebirgspässe vor und besetzten fünf Tage lang mit schweren Folgen für die Bevölkerung den südlichen Teil des Montafons. [..] Gegen die österreichische Herrschaft, die auf die reformierten Bündner starken konfessionellen Druck ausübte, brach im April 1622 im Prättigau ein Aufstand aus. [..] Im Zuge der folgenden Vertreibung der Österreicher kam es im Juli zum erwähnten Einfall ins Montafon. Im September 1622 wurde Bünden jedoch neuerlich durch habsburgische Truppen besetzt. Der Einfall der Bündner ist in der Montafoner Erinnerungskultur präsent. [..] Auf der Flur Pfanges am alten Weg ins Garneratal, woher die feindlichen Nachbarn auf das Dorf vorgestossen sein sollen, stand zumindest bis vor kurzem noch ein Holzkreuz mit der Aufschrift 'K J 1622'. [..] Das von Matthäus Merian 1635 herausgegebene Geschichtswerk 'Theatrum Europaeum' veranschaulicht den Einfall der Bündner Truppen ins Montafon auf einer Karte. Vermutlich aus grafischen Gründen stellte ihn der Kartograph Hans Konrad Geiger (Gyger) so dar, als ob er über den Rätikon direkt in das Schrunser Becken erfolgt wäre." (M. Tschaikner, Der Einfall der Bündner ins Montafon 1622. In: M. Kasper, Hsg., Montafoner Museen. Jahresbericht 2013. Schruns 2014, pp. 70-103, passim, mit Kartenausschnitt p. 92). Tschaikner stellt abschliessend fest, dass die Bündner Historiker des 20. Jahrhunderts das Interesse an dem als eher peinlich empfundenen Montafonerzug zunehmend reduzierten. "Das Gesamturteil über den Bündner Einfall ins Montafon im Sommer 1622 fiel in der Geschichtsschreibung beiderseits des Rätikons stets gleichermassen schlecht aus. Schon der Zeitgenosse Fortunat Sprecher hätte es für klüger erachtet, die gesamte Kraft der Bündner für die Wiedergewinnung des Engadins einzusetzen. [..] Im 'Handbuch der Bündner Geschichte' aus dem Jahr 2000 findet sich kein Hinweis mehr darauf. [..] Im Gegensatz dazu bildet der Einfall der Bündner ins Montafon seit fast 200 Jahren einen unabdingbaren Bestandteil des Vorarlberger Geschichtsbildes." (p. 99). Jedoch war man damals und noch sehr lange zu "einer Korrektur der bündnerischen Darstellungen [..] nördlich des Rätikons nicht in der Lage." (ibid.). - Ernst Haffter (Georg Jenatsch. Davos 1894) beschreibt minimalistisch-zurückhaltend, dass "General [Rudolf von] Salis laut Kriegsplan mit der Hauptmacht zunächst einen Einfall ins Montafon machen [musste], da sich einige von einer solchen Massregel einen nachhaltigen Eindruck auf die Innsbrucker Regierung versprachen" (p. 168). In vergleichbarer Kürze auch Paul Gillardon (Geschichte des Zehngerichtenbundes. Davos 1936), der den Dreibündegeneral ebenfalls als Opfer schildert, der sich "hatte verleiten lassen [..], einen Rachefeldzug über St. Antönien ins Montafun zu unternehmen" (p. 164; mit Gygers Karte a. Tafel XIII).

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        Martyrologium Romanum ad Novam Kalendarii RAtionem, et Ecclesiasticae Historiae, Restitutum

      Paris: Impresis Societatis Typographicae Librorum Officij Ecclesiastici, 1635. Hardcover. Very good. Large 8vo. a-e8, i4, A-2E8, a-h8 [40], 440, [122] pp. Engraved vignette on title page, Printed in black and red throughout with occasional specimens of four-line Gregorian chant (black notes on red staves). Each month starts with woodcut initials, the individual days with red initials. Index. Contemporary full calf, spine tooled in gilt, marbled endpapers. Old owner's signature to first free endpapers few pencil notes to last free endpaper. HInges cracked but firm, corners worn else a very good copy. Issued by authority of Pope Urban VIII, but subsequent to the order of Gregoray XIII, whose Calendar, promulgated in 1582, required minor changed to the Martyrology. Rare edition of the Martyrology.

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        Hibernia Regnum Vulgo Ireland. Altkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte von W.J. Blaeu (1571-1638).

      Amsterdam, J. & G. Blaeu, um 1635.. Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. Quer Folio..

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        Historiae Naturalis Libri XXXVII

      Ex Officina Elzeviriana, Lugduni Batavorum 1635 - 3 volumes. Engraved title page, [12], 654p, [9]; 631p, [15]; 582p, [9]. 18th century acid stained French calf with marbled end paper and gilt foredges. Richly gilt spines in compartments with green morocco labels and gilt ruled boards. First and only edition edited by Jean de Laet (1581-1649). Moss p480 refers to it as a beautiful and accurate book. Ebert #17291 writes that this edition is uncommon and neat. Willems #428. Rahir #420, Berghman #2116, Pieters p118. The illustration of Pliny appears after the preliminaries in volume 1. A fresh clean set aside from an old ink stain in the lower margin not affecting the text covering about 30 pages in volume III. Hinges cracked, but holding firm and some wear to the headbands. Corners bumped. Original silk mark in all three volumes. A rather nice copy of a scarce Elzevier imprint generally considered one of their best productions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rechts-Lehen-Gerichtschreiber-Brüchten-Policey- und Reformation Ordnung, Des Durchleuchtigsten Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Wilhelms, Herzogen zu Gülich, Cleve und Berg, Graffen zu der Marck und Ravensperg, Herrn zu Ravenstein. etc. Neben anderen Constitutionen, Edicten und Erklärungen etzlicher Fälle, wie es derenthalben in beyden Fürstenthumen Gülich und Berg gehalten, geurtheilt und erkandt werden soll

      Düsseldorf, Christoff Ort 1635.. Titel in rot und schwarz, verso mit blattgr. allegorischem Holzschnitt und blattgr. Holzschnitt eines Stammbaums, die Erbschaftsverhältnisse erklärend.. 4 Bll., 184 S., 8 Bll. Orange eingefärbter flexibler Prgt. d. Zt. 27 x 18 cm. Nicht im VD 17 und KVK, für mich nur ein Exemplar in der ULB Düsseldorf nachweisbar. - Offensichtlich seltene fünfte Ausgabe des Landrechts, das von 1565 bis 1751 insgesamt zwölf Auflagen erlebte. - Einband gering berieben und etwas altersfleckig. Tls. gebräunt.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Eigentliche Abbildung des H. Romischen Reichs freyer Satt Cöllen Wie auch der gegen über gelegener Freiheit Duytz Welche im jahr 1633. zu einer Vöstung ist gemacht worden.').

      - Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar, dat. 1635, 26 x 32 Parthey, Wenzel Hollar, Nr. 857. - Sehr seltene Vogelschauansicht von Köln. - Links u. rechts oben je ein fliegender Engel mit dem alten u. neuem Stadtwappen. - Unter der Ansicht 6 Wappen von kölnischen Stadthäuptern; darunter Widmung. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        The Triumphs of Gods Revenge The triumphs of Gods revenge against the crying and execrable sinne of (willfull and premeditated) murther. VVith his miraculous discoveries, and severe punishments thereof. In thirtie severall tragicall histories (digested into sixe bookes) committed in divers countries beyond the seas, never published, or imprinted in any other language. Histories which containe great varietie of mournfull and memorable accidents, historicall, morall, and divine, very necessary to restraine and deterre us from this bloodie sinne, which in these our dayes makes so ample, and large a progression. With a table of all the severall letters and challenges, contained in the whole sixe bookes

      London: against Fetter Lane. 1635, 1634. The first complete edition of the six parts, in which 4-6 appear for the first time. Books 2-6 with separate title pages dated 1634. [24], 75, [3], 81-181, [7], 187-260, 259-294 [i.e. 293], [7], 303-414, [10], 425-527, [9], 337-404, 409-464 pp. Contemporary full calf. Leather title label to spine with gilt lettering. Early damage to spine at head and foot. Five leaves wormed at rear. Front hinge weak. Sir Frederick Evelyn's copy, with his bookplate to front paste down. Extra engraved title page. Separate title page to each part present. Delightful head and tailpieces. Published between 1621 and 1634 in parts, 'The Triumph of Gods Revenge' is a series of fictional tales of murder and revenge. The bloodthirsty but moralistic tales relate scenes of duelling with swords and pistols and all ending with God's judgement on the malefactors. The book was very popular and was a best-seller in its day. Reynolds was extradited from France and imprisoned by James 1 for his stories. These also form part of the source material for Middleton's Jacobean play The Changeling. J Clements essay for the Association of Renaissance Martial Arts says 'In the Triumphs we are given a number of detailed accounts of duels and affrays that range from the honourable to the malevolent. Reynolds' prose style more than adequately conveys the tension and drama of such violent encounters as well as offering insights into rapier duelling from the period. More interestingly, the narratives reveal a grasp of fencing and attention to the elements of the combats that suggests either he was borrowing from other sources or was writing from real-life accounts of various countries. The descriptions of the wounds are entirely consistent with our understanding of the nature of combat in the early 17th century with nearly edgeless blades of the later rapier.' Collated and complete. Tear without loss to the base of p.363 STC 20944. . Very Good. Full Calf. First Edition. 1635. Folio.

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        Mare Clausum seu de Domino Maris Libri Duo Primo, Mare, ex Jure Naturae seu Gentium, omnium hominum non esse Commune Secundo, Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae Regem Maris circumflui Dominum esse, asseritur S T C 22175 Folio

      London: Excudebat Will. Stanesbeius, pro Richardo Meighen, 1635. Contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, the original gilt spine laid down, a large paper copy (8 1/2 x 12 inches), with the Earl Grey bookplate First edition of the most famous of all English works on international law, written by Selden at the command of James I in response to Grotius' Mare Liberum, and earning Selden the sobriquet of "the father of international law in England

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        Insulae Americanae in Oceano Septentrionali cum Terris adiacentibus

      Amsterdam Blaeu Joan and Cornelis 1635 - Mittelamerika und Antillen. "Insulae Americanae in Oceano Septentrionali cum Terris adiacentibus". Orig. copper-engraving by W. J. Blaeu, published by J. and C. Blaeu, ca. 1640. Orig. old colouring. With ornamental title-cartoche held by 2 cherubs, figure cartouche with a coat-of-arms, ornamental cartouche of scale of the map with 2 cherubs, 5 ships and 3 wind-roses. 38:52,5 cm.

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        POEMS BY J. D. WITH ELEGIES ON THE AUTHORS DEATH.

      London: Printed by M. F. for John Marriot, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstan’s Church-yard in Fleet-Street. 1635 - Donne, John. POEMS BY J. D. WITH ELEGIES ON THE AUTHORS DEATH. London: Printed by M. F. for John Marriot, and are to be sold at his Shop in St. Dunstan’s Church-yard in Fleet-Street, 1635. This is the second edition (first in octavo,) following the first edition of 1633 issued by the same publisher, with both being quite scarce. This second edition is the first to have the poems separated into sections, headed Songs and Sonets, Epigrams, Elegies, Epithalamions, Satyres, Letters, Divine Poems, etc., and is also the first edition to have the engraved frontispiece portrait of the author which is bound in here in an excellent facsimile (a number of the extant copies of the 1635 Marriot edition are also found lacking the original portrait.) According to Keynes’s summary in his bibliography of Donne, “in this edition the pieces have been rearranged and there are some changes to the text; they include all that had appeared in 1633 with the exception of Basse’s Epitaph upon Shakespeare, and Thomas Browne’s elegy on the author. Of the thirty-seven pieces that have been added twenty-nine are poems supposed to be by Donne; of these one appears twice and eleven are not accepted as genuine. This edition contains therefore seventeen additional poems by Donne. The Hexastichon ad Bibliopolam. Incerti on A4b is also an addition.” The text is complete, with the Errata on Dd8a, and in generally good condition, however with a somewhat worn title page and with the facsimile portrait. The restored binding retains the contemporary leather front and back panels but has recently been re-backed with a gilt lettering piece. Donne’s name is written out on the title page after his initial “D” and there are a few other early markings as well. There is the late 18th-century ex-libris of Gregory Lewis Way on the front pastedown. Gregory Lewis Way (1756-1799) was educated at Eton and Oxford, then chose the life of an Essex country gentleman with antiquarian interests whose avocation was poetry. A volume of his poems was published in 1782 and his memoirs along with those of his son, were published in 1845 with a Preface by William Wordsworth. He also translated Fabliaux, or Tales, abridged from French Manuscripts of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, by M. Le Grand, assisted by George Ellis who completed the second volume after his death and contributed a wonderful memoir of Way, in part: “His principal amusement was literature, and particularly poetry: and from this choice of occupations and amusements, a choice dictated partly by reflection, and partly, perhaps, by the effects of a situation and early habit, he certainly acquired such a constant flow of cheerfulness, as a life of more activity and a greater variety of resource, often fails to produce.” The front blank has a 1781 Cambridge University ownership signature and an unimpressed earlier owner had written on the verso of Dd8b (blank,) in what appears to be a late 17th-century hand: “Three farthings is the woorth of this Book.” In a custom clamshell box. [The 1633 edition is No. 25 in the Grolier Club’s One Hundred Books Famous in English Literature; Keynes 79] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        " La vie de l'enfant prodigue ". Folge von 10 (inkl. Titel, Blatt 4 fehlt)

      . Radierungen, 1635, auf Bütten. 6,2:8,2 cm. Literatur: Lieure 1404-1414 (Lieure 1408 fehlt), mit der Adresse von Israel. - Zarte Abdrucke mit winzigem Rändchen um die Plattenkante, Einriß (ca. 1,5 cm lang) im Titelblatt unten sauber hinterlegt, Abriß von 3 Ecken, ohne Bildverlsut.. "Callots Hauptehrentitel ist, daß er die Radierung zu einer selbständigen Kunst erhoben hat. Bislang war sie eigentlich nur als der schneller arbeitende Ersatz für den Linienstrich gepflegt worden. Gab es wohl auch hie und da Ausnahmen, so ist es doch zuerst Callot, der sein ganzes Lebenswerk der Radierung widmet und somit ihren Anspruch auf die Ehren einer hohen, selbständigen Kunst rechtfertigt. Er hat ihr auch als erster ein spezifisches Gepräge verliehen durch den Ausbau der Kunst des Deckens', die es bekanntermaßen ermöglicht, in unvergleichlicher Weise die Luftperspektive zu beherrschen. Hier ist er nicht nur der Erfinder, wenn man sich so ausdrücken darf, gewesen, sondern auch unübertroffen geblieben, wie viele seiner Ansichten und Landschaften, vor allem sein berühmter Pont neuf', bezeugen. Sodann ist von Wichtigkeit, daß Callot der erste große schöpferische' Künstler ist, der sich damit bescheidet, lediglich Graphiker zu sein." (zitiert aus: Thieme-Becker, Bd. V, S. 407).

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        Exercitationes geometricae sex. I. De priori methodo indiuisibilium. II. De posteriori methodo indiuisibilium. III. In Paulum Guldinum è Societate Iesu dicta indiuisibilia oppugnantem. IV. De vsu eorumdem ind. in potestatibus cossicis. V. De vsu dictorum ind. in vnif. diffor. grauibus. VI. De quibusdam propositionibus miscellaneis, quarum synopsim versa pagina ostendit.Bologna: Giacomo Monti, 1647.

      Very rare first edition, and a fine copy, of Cavalieri's second work on integration methods, a sequel to and elaboration of his <i>Geometria indivisibilibus</i> (1635), one of the most important forerunners of the integral calculus. The method of indivisibles was used by Galileo, Pascal, Cavalieri's pupil Torricelli, Wallis and others. The present work contains numerous applications of the method (see below), as well as replies to those who criticised the earlier work. In his copy of the present work, held by the Senate House Library, University of London, Augustus de Morgan wrote in 1852, "This work must not be confounded with the <i>Geometria</i> of Cavalieri published in 1635, and reprinted after his death. But of the two, this is the work which most established his claim to have ushered in the dawn of the integral calculus".<br/><br/> ❧Sotheran I, 734: 'containing the earliest demonstration of the theorems of Pappus, and the first determination of focal distances of glass lenses'; Honeyman 649; Macclesfield 505. <br/><br/> The method of indivisibles considers an area as made up of an indefinite number of equidistant parallel line segments, and a solid as made up of an indefinite number of parallel plane areas. "The concept of indivisibles does sometimes show up fleetingly in the history of human thought: for example, in a passage by the eleventh-century Hebrew philosopher and mathematician Abraham bar Hiyya (Savasorda); in occasional speculations - more philosophical than mathematical - by the medieval Scholastics; in a passage by Leonardo da Vinci; in Kepler's <i>Nova stereometria doliorum... </i> [and in] Galileo ... In Cavalieri we come to a rational systematization of the method of indivisibles, a method that not only is deemed useful in the search for new results but also, contrary to what Archimedes assumed, is regarded as valid, when appropriately modified, for purposes of demonstrating theorems" (DSB). <br/><br/> The <i>Geometria</i> was extensively read and its contents hotly debated. The most serious attack came from Paul Guldin in his <i>Centrobaryca</i> (1635-41). He accused Cavalieri of plagiarising Kepler's <i>Nova Stereometria Doliorum</i> (1615) and Sover's <i>Curvi ac Recti Proportio</i> (1630). More seriously, Guldin "criticized Cavalieri's use of indivisibles in his <i>Geometria indivisibilibus</i> (1635), asserting not only that the method had been taken from Kepler but also that since the number of indivisibles was infinite, they could not be compared with one another. Furthermore, he pointed out a number of fallacies to which the method of indivisibles appeared to lead. In 1647, after the death of Guldin, Cavalieri published <i>Exercitationes geometricae sex</i>, in which he defended himself against the first charge by pointing out that his method differed from that of Kepler in that it made use only of indivisibles, and against the second by observing that the two infinities of elements to be compared are of the same kind." (DSB). Cavalieri's attempts to resolve the paradoxes raised by Guldin led to a somewhat clearer formulation of his method, which he presents in exercitatio I and II, and it was this formulation that came to be used by later 17th century mathematicians. <br/><br/> The <i>Exercitationes</i> contains a wealth of new applications of the method of indivisibles. In exercitatio IV Cavalieri presents a generalization of the method of indivisibles which enabled him to deal with algebraic curves of degrees higher than two. Using this he obtained (in modern terms) the integration of <i>xn</i> for <i>n</i> = 1,2,3,... This had been given in the case <i>n</i> = 2 in the <i>Geometria</i> (but in that case the result was known to Archimedes). Exercitatio V contains the first general proof of 'Pappus' theorem' relating the volume of a solid of revolution to the area of the surface being rotated. This theorem had been proved in some special cases in Guldin's <i>Centrobaryca</i>. Cavalieri not only provided a general proof in the <i>Exercitationes</i>, but also accused Guldin of plagiarism, as the result appears in certain editions of Pappus' works (although it is now thought to be a later interpolation). Exercitatio VI treats miscellaneous topics, including the description of a hydraulic pump which Cavalieri designed for the monastery of S. Maria della Mascarella in Bologna, where he held the honorary position of prior. <br/><br/> The <i>Exercitationes</i> also contains an important contribution to optics. "Cavalieri took the first important step beyond Kepler in analysing the focal properties of spherical surfaces and lenses in <i>Exercitationes geometricae sex</i>. He begins the section "On the foci of lenses" [pp. 458-95, Props. VII-XIX of exercitatio VI] by observing that whereas conic sections have precise foci, spherical lenses, as Kepler showed, possess a focus only to a very close approximation. He then succeeded in deriving a general rule for the focal point for all varieties of lenses, by assuming, as Kepler did, thin lenses and the small-angle approximation, but without now mentioning the newly discovered sine law of refraction. Using these approximations, he found for the focus <i>f</i> of a lens with index of refraction 3/2, (<i>ρ</i><sub>1</sub> &plusminus; <i>ρ</i><sub>2</sub>)/ <i>ρ</i><sub>1</sub> = 2<i>ρ</i><sub>2</sub>/<i>f</i>, where <i>ρ</i><sub>1,2</sub> represent the radii of the two surfaces and the plus or minus sign is taken depending on whether the surfaces face in the opposite or the same direction, respectively. Cavalieri derived these results by means of single paraxial rays - not pencils - very much like a modern elementary textbook" (Alan Shapiro in <i>Before Newton: The Life and Times of Isaac Barrow</i>, M. Feingold (ed.), pp. 127-8). <br/><br/> Cavalieri (1598-1647) was a Jesuit and professor of mathematics at Bologna. He considered himself a disciple of Galileo, whom he had met through his teacher Benedetto Castelli. It was Galileo who urged Cavalieri to look into problems of the calculus, and who praised him by stating that 'few, if any, since Archimedes, have delved as far and as deep into the science of geometry'. Galileo included Cavalieri's theory in a discussion of the theory of matter in the First Day and in the discussion of accelerated motion in the Third Day of his <i>Discorsi e dimostrazioni matematiche</i> (1638). In the last months of his life, Cavalieri became too ill to attend to the publication of the <i>Exercitationes</i>, and it was his friend Stefano degli Angeli (1623-97) who made the final edits and saw the book through the press. <br/><br/> See K. Andersen, 'Cavalieri's method of indivisibles,' <i>Arch. Hist. Exact Sci.</i> 31 291-367 (springerlink.com/content/t353114221102655/fulltext.pdf).. 4to (224 x 160 mm), pp. [12], 543, [1], with woodcut title vignette, woodcut initials and head- and tail-pieces, and numerous woodcut geometrical diagrams in text. Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine, a fine and unrestored copy

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        The Triumphs of Gods Revenge The triumphs of Gods revenge against the crying and execrable sinne of (willfull and premeditated) murther. VVith his miraculous discoveries, and severe punishments thereof. In thirtie severall tragicall histories (digested into sixe bookes) committed in divers countries beyond the seas, never published, or imprinted in any other language. Histories which containe great varietie of mournfull and memorable accidents, historicall, morall, and divine, very necessary to restraine and deterre us from this bloodie sinne, which in these our dayes makes so ample, and large a progression. With a table of all the severall letters and challenges, contained in the whole sixe bookes.

      Printed [by Aug. Mathewes and John Haviland] for VVilliam Lee; and are tobee sold at his shop in Fleetstreet, at the signe of the Turkes Head, overagainst Fetter Lane. 1635, 1634, London - The first complete edition of the six parts, in which 4-6 appear for the first time. Books 2-6 with separate title pages dated 1634. [24], 75, [3], 81-181, [7], 187-260, 259-294 [i.e. 293], [7], 303-414, [10], 425-527, [9], 337-404, 409-464 pp. Contemporary full calf. Leather title label to spine with gilt lettering. Early damage to spine at head and foot. Five leaves wormed at rear. Front hinge weak. Sir Frederick Evelyn's copy, with his bookplate to front paste down. Extra engraved title page. Separate title page to each part present. Delightful head and tailpieces. Published between 1621 and 1634 in parts, 'The Triumph of Gods Revenge' is a series of fictional tales of murder and revenge. The bloodthirsty but moralistic tales relate scenes of duelling with swords and pistols and all ending with God's judgement on the malefactors. The book was very popular and was a best-seller in its day. Reynolds was extradited from France and imprisoned by James 1 for his stories. These also form part of the source material for Middleton's Jacobean play The Changeling. J Clements essay for the Association of Renaissance Martial Arts says 'In the Triumphs we are given a number of detailed accounts of duels and affrays that range from the honourable to the malevolent. Reynolds' prose style more than adequately conveys the tension and drama of such violent encounters as well as offering insights into rapier duelling from the period. More interestingly, the narratives reveal a grasp of fencing and attention to the elements of the combats that suggests either he was borrowing from other sources or was writing from real-life accounts of various countries. The descriptions of the wounds are entirely consistent with our understanding of the nature of combat in the early 17th century with nearly edgeless blades of the later rapier.' Collated and complete. Tear without loss to the base of p.363 STC 20944. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Historiae naturalis libri xxxvii

      Leiden: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1635. Hardcover. First and only Elzevir edition. Small 12mo (128 mm. in boards). 3 volumes. Volume I. pp. [24], 654, [18]. Volume II. pp. 631, [17]. Volume III. pp. 582, [18]. Volume I contains an engraved title page with animal and vegetable motifs; a portrait of Pliny is also present opposite page 1. The titles to volumes II and III depict the printer?'s device. Text is in Latin with periodic small decorative initials. All edges are marbled. Bound in 19th century full reddish-brown calf with gilt spines. The binding contains areas of rubbing and wear to the extremities and to the covers. The outer hinges and the head caps are carefully and extensively restored. Small areas of restoration are present to the gilding, to the spine and to the board corners. The front cover to volume III shows a slightly darkened and bumpy vertical line of cosmetic repair or patching running the length of the board (about 5-6 mm. in from the hinge) ; the inner gilt border line is worn and somewhat crooked. Interior pages show occasional minor spotting, staining and wear but are generally clean and fresh. An old oval-shaped armorial plate is pasted on the verso of the title page in each volume. Concerning this Elzevir edition Willems states: ?"Elle passe à bon droit pour un de leurs chefs-d'oeuvre. Les exemplaires bien conservés se trouvent difficilement.?" Dibdin also mentions that the beauty of this edition ?"…is a theme of extraordinary commendation by the French bibliographers.?" Gaius Plinius Secundus (c.e. 23-79) was a Roman author-scholar and a friend of the emperor Vespasian. Pliny died in 79 c.e. during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. His only extant work, the Historiae Naturalis ?- is a work in 37 books containing a physical description of the world, geography, ethnography, anthropology, horticulture, materia medica, zoology, mineralogy etc. Pliny?'s work also included folklore and hearsay accounts of strange wonders, magic, monsters and mythical animals. Hundreds of ancient authors and sources are cited. [Willems 428; Berghman 2116; Dibdin II, p. 323; Schweiger III, p. 790; Brunet IV, 710].

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        Poems, By J.D. With Elegies on the Authors Death

      London: by M.F. for John Marriot, and are to be sold at his shop,, 1635. Small octavo (136 × 89 mm). Recent brown calf to style, gilt rules, raised bands, spine gilt-lettered direct. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Donne by William Marshall. Frontispiece and title both a little soiled, pen-trials to title, cut rather close, just touching one headline, small paper loss at head of penultimate leaf (2D7) slightly affecting headline, still a good copy. Second edition, the first to include a portrait of the author. Donne's poems were first published, posthumously, in 1633, and proved immediately popular—there were six editions in the 23 years after Donne's death—despite the fact that he had been best known in his latter years as a preacher.

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        PETRARCHA REDIVIVUS, integram poetae celeberrimi vitam iconibus aere celatis exhibens. Accessit nobilissimae foeminae,Laurae Brevis Historia

      Patavii (Padua): Typis Livii Pasquati & Iacobi Bortoli. Apud Paulum Frambottum 1st edition, 1635. Hardcover. Good. Copperplates (10, two signed H. David - Jerome David) + 9 full page woodcuts + text woodcut + tailpieces and foliated initials. Quarto early paper-covered thin boards (very worn & stained, one compartment of spine lacks paper covering, head/foot of spine worn, but held by 3 strong cords). Lovely engraved titlepage + printed title +[10]pp prelims +[2]pp portraits of Petrarch + 208pp + [2]pp licences to print & errata. Collated complete but pp182-3 mis-numbered 192-3. Neat gift inscription (H.M. from M.N. 1904 + Gabriele d'Annunzio quotation) on front endpaper, tide-marks of former damp mostly near front & back and quite pale, not damaging paper stability. Neat paper repairs to margins of 1st few leaves, p121-2 marginal paper loss mended long ago. *Far scarcer than the 1650 edition, this is a rare book with charming pictures illustrating Petrarch's life.

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        PRIVILEGGI BENIGNAMENTE CONCESSI PER LE FIERE DI BOLGIANO DALLA SERENISSIMA ARCIDUCHESSA CLAUDIA D'AUSTRIA &c. Capitoli, Regole, & Ordini che in quelle si debbono osservare, & sua Clementissima Approbatione.

      Due parti raccolte in unico volume, con il medesimo testo dei "Privilegi" prima in lingua tedesca, poi in lingua italiana. Cm.18,2x14,2. Pg.32, (12); 27, (35). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con abrasione alla cerniera posteriore. Tagli in oro. Le due Opere presentano numerazione di pagine e frontespizi autonomi. Ricca incisione calcografica ripetuta ai due frontespizi, sia pure in formato lievemente diverso. Bella incisione con un mappamondo in articolata cornice fitomorfa, anche questa ripetuta nella parte tedesca e nella parte italiana, rispettivamente a pg.28 e a pg.16. Cartigli ornamentali. L'Opera si articola in varie parti, che per comodità elenchiamo solo in lingua italiana. La prima parte concerne il testo dei "Privilegi che l'Arciduchessa concede alle Fiere di Bolzano, suddivise in 23 Articoli. Seguono: "Ordini, Regole et Capitoli, fatti dalli Magistrati, & Università Trattanti delle Fiere di Bolgiano, & confirmati da S.A. Serenissima, che per il buon governo di esse Fiere da ciascuno doveranno essere osservati", suddivisi in 16 Articoli, datati 15 Settembre 1635, con relativi "Indice delle Concessioni di Sua Altezza Serenissima" e "Tavola de' Capitoli di Fiera". Quindi "Speciale Resolutione alli Deputati d'Austria sup. sopra il 13. Articolo toccante li Mercanti di Corte, & di Vienna" (21 Agosto 1666); "Resolutione posteriore alli Deputati dell'Austria Superiore, con la quale viene tagliata la sopradetta Speciale Resolutione ottenuta dalli Mercanti di Corte, e di Vienna, & confirmato l'Articolo XIII" (3 Settembre 1674); "Ordini diversi della Trattatione delle Fiere di Bolgiano per correctione di alcuni abusi confirmati da Sua Altezza Serenissima clementissimamente"; "Segue il Tenor della Parte"; "Segue la Confirmatione di S.A.Serenissima Sigidmondo Francesco" (19 Luglio 1663). Fresco esemplare, eccellente e nitida l'impressione. Rarissima edizione seicentesca che raccoglie la versione tedesca e italiana degli atti ufficiali relativi alle Fiere di Bolzano, promulgati dal 1635 dall'Arciduchessa Claudia de' Medici (Firenze, 1604 - 1648), arciduchessa d'Austria e contessa di Tirolo essendo la vedova, in seconde nozze, di Leopoldo V d'Austria, fratello dell'imperatore Ferdinando II, e le successive normative in materia emanate nel XVII secolo. "Il toponimo Bolzano è attestato già nell'VIII secolo come "Bauzanum, Bauzana, Pauzana" e "Pozana", dai quali sono derivate l'odierna forma tedesca "Bozen" (conosciuta già nel 1133, nell'età moderna scritta anche "Botzen" o "Potzen") e quella italiana (nel 1223, nell'età moderna anche nella variante "Bolgiano")"

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        Panegyricus liber, quem imp. Nervae Traiano optimo principi scripsit sive dixit, denuo editus ... Nunc vero praeside ... Matthia Berneggero ... ad publicam dissertationem propositus ... a Iohanne Iacobo Stockher, Scaphusia Helvetio.

      Argentorati (Strassburg), typis Caspari Dietzeli, 1635,. in-8°, 16 Bl., Titelblatt mit gestoch. Bordüre (mit u.a. insgesamt 10 Medaillen mit Legenden) + 165 S. (recte 167: die Nummer 35 und 36 sind doppelt verwendet) + 49 S. (Index), kleiner brauner Fleck im unteren Rand, wenige kleine Wurmspuren im Innenrand des Vorwerks und Vorderdeckels, teils ausgewischter runder Stempel, hs. Besitzeintrag und einige Fleckchen auf dem Titelblatt, Pappband bezogen mit schwarz-rot-blaue Pergament-Handschrift (religiös), brauner Fleck unten am Hinterdeckel, hs. Titel auf Rücken-Etikette.. Dissertation der hervorragenden Schaffhauser Politiker und Diplomat Hans Jakob Stocker (1615-1681) an der Universität von Strassburg.Erstausgabe dieser Studie der berühmten Lobrede an der römischen Kaiser Traian (52-117), vom gefeierten Schriftsteller und Politiker Plinius d.J. der 100 n. Chr. Konsul war unter Traian. Mit den Text der grossen Gelehrter J. Gruter (1560-1627).Diese Erstausgabe enthält die in der Nachdruck vom gleichen Jahr fehlenden Widmung Stockers wie auch den Brief M. Berneggers und die Dichtungen J.H. Boeclers und J. Frischmanns (siehe Notiz im Graesse). Das Werk enthält ebenfalls u.a. das Leben Traianis, von Marco Z. Boxhorn. / Ein Beitrag von Baudius (Dominique Baudier) über Plinius d.J. / Ein Argument von Justus Lipsius usw."Cette edition donne le texte de Gruter divise en petites sections, des notes choisies de Lipsius, Gruter, Livinejus, Rittershusius et Bernegger, auxquelles Jean Frischmann, l'editeur, a reuni les siennes. ..." (Graesse).Sehr schöner Makulatur-Pergament-Einband der Zeit, mit dreifarbiger religöser Handschrift des späten Mittelalters.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Graesse V/349; HBLS VI/562, Nr. 20 (unter Stokar, mit seinem Porträt); Schweizer Lexikon VI/113.

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        Mare Clausum seu de Domino Maris Libri Duo. Primo, Mare, ex Jure Naturae seu Gentium, omnium hominum non esse Commune . . . Secundo, Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae Regem Maris circumflui . . . Dominum esse, asseritur. S.T.C. 22175. Folio

      First edition of the most famous of all English works on international law, written by Selden at the command of James I in response to Grotius' Mare Liberum, and earning Selden the sobriquet of "the father of international law in England". Contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, the original gilt spine laid down, a large paper copy (8 1/2 x 12 inches), with the Earl Grey bookplate. Excudebat Will. Stanesbeius, pro Richardo Meighen, London, 1635.

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        Newer Hering Tisch Begengniß, Zum lustigen und anmuthigem Spectackel den Thyringischen Wald-, Feld- u. Wasser Göttern. In einem poetischen Pancket jetzo bey der Naumburger Peter Paul Meß/ spahn new angericht: etc.

      Ohne Ort und Verlag, 1635.. Ca. 19 x 16 cm. 6 Blätter, Titelblatt mit Holzschnitt-Illustration. Neuerer Pappband mit Kleisterpapierbezug.. Titelblatt gestempel und teils hinterlegt, leicht gebräunt. Selten!

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        INSTRUZIONE a' cancellieri de' Comuni e universita del Dominio Fiorentino. Raccolta dalle leggi e ordini del magistrato dei ss.ri Nove.

      - [Firenze, s.n.t., dopo il 1635], in-folio, leg. settecentesca in piena pergamena, tagli spruzzati, pp. [20], 88. Con frontespizio inciso in rame da Stefano della Bella (si tratta di una tavola fuori fascicolazione). Probabile seconda edizione, dopo quella impressa nel 1635 da G.B. Landini (cfr. ICCU IT\ICCU\UTOE\672883: "Un confronto tra esemplari ha permesso di rilevare che potrebbe trattarsi di un'edizione ricomposta di quella del 1635, Firenze, Landini"). Ottime condizioni. Ex-libris Michau de Montaran. Solo due esemplari censiti in ICCU. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Old woman sleeping. Radierung.

      1635-37.. Mit der vollen Darstellung und der Plattenkante, teils auf diese geschnitten. 6,5 x 5 cm. Papier: 6,6 x 5,2 cm.. Bartsch 350. Kopie nach Rembrandt. - Provenienz: "Kunglica Museum", Stockholm (Lugt 1638). - Druchgehend schwach stockfleckig.

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