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        Westmorlandia, Lancastria, Cestria etc (the North West)

      Amsterdam, 1636. Map. Copper engraving, 36.5 x 42 cms, from the scarce English language edition, with distinctive original English hand-colour, English text on verso.

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        [HERBAL] THE HERBALL OR GENERALL HISTORIE OF PLANTES. GATHERED BY JOHN GERARDE OF LONDON MASTER IN CHYRURGERIE Very Much Enlarged and Ammended by Thomas Johnson, Citizen and Apothecarye of London

      London: Adam Islip, Joice Norton & Richard Whitakers, 1636. Third Edition. Hardcover. Original front blank endpaper replaced. Tasteful bookplate of Roger Gates on the front pastedown. Minor loss to the lower blank outside corner of the first dozen or so pages, not close to the text; title page with small repairs. Some old dampstaining, mostly marginal and mostly rather faint. Nice, clean copy of this important book. First published in 1597, this is the second edition edited by Thomas Johnson (a reprint of the 1633 edition) who corrected many of Gerard's errors and who improved the accuracy of the illustrations by using Plantin's woodcuts. Thick Folio (9" x 13") bound in full early calf sympathetically rebacked with a new red morocco spine label; (36), 30, (29)-30, (29)-1630, (48) pages with a list of errata on the verso of the last leaf. Illustrated with an engraved title page with a border of vignettes, decorative and historiated headpieces and initials, and 2,766 botanical woodcuts in the text describing over 2800 plants. Hunt 223; Nissen 698; STC 11751.

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        Remaines concerning Britaine: their languages. Names. Surnames. Allusions. Anagrammes. Armories. Monies. Empreses. Apparell. Artillarie. Wise speeches. Proverbs. Poesies. Epitaphes. VVritten by VVilliam Camden Esquire, Clarenceux, King of Armes, surnamed the learned. The fift impression, with many rare antiquities never before imprinted. By the industry and care of Iohn Philipot, Somerset Herald

      London: Printed by Thomas Harper for John Waterson, 1636. Leather Bound. Very Good +. 5 1/2 x 7 1/2. 4to. Ffep + [8] + 420 + [4] + rfep. Collates as a-3H (in 4s). Complete with last blank. No portrait. A very few leaves with old ink spots, otherwise pages clean. Bound in full brown calf, which is cracked on surface of boards and worn at extremities. Rebacked to style. ESTCS122127. The year 1605 produced another volume of material gathered from Camden's and Robert Cotton's libraries, the Remaines of a Greater Worke Concerning Britain. Camden did not put his name to it, identifying himself only by the final letter of each name, as M. N., but he dedicated it to Robert Cotton, suggesting his own ambivalence about a book that consisted of (as he wrote in the Epistle Dedicatorie) 'the rude rubble and out-cast rubbish' of a greater and more serious worke." If the Remaines is an ungainly, seemingly shapeless collection, it is also frequently witty and wise, and richly varied. Bringing together Camden's interest in literature and language, and social and cultural history, including both popular and high culture, the Remaines contains a wealth of material. Moreover, as a collection it reflects the unusual moment in the emergence of early modern Britain when the artefacts of the vernacular culture were coming to be valued in new ways. With the first historically organized anthology of medieval poetry, a historical and comparative study of the English language, collections of names and their meanings, of (in the words of one of the chapter headings) 'grave speeches, and wittie apothogemes,' and of epitaphs, it can be seen as a popular spin-off from its more expensive and serious historical mother lode, the Britannia. With two additional, enlarged editions in his own lifetime, seven throughout the seventeenth century, and several reprints thereafter, the Remaines remained a popular and useful work." Oxford DNB. Galland, Cryptology 33. Dekesel 17th C 17.

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        Ioannis Sanchez abulensis, Selectae & Practicae Disputationes de Rebus in Administratione Sacramentorum, praesertim Eucharistiae atque Poenitentiae, passim occurentibus. Accesssit Tractatus de Ieiunio, cui subiicitur in calce Disputatio de dubia Impotentia circa Matrimonium

      Lyon: Lugduni, sumptibus Gabrielis Boissat et Sociorum, 1636. Folio; 8 hojas, 414 pp., 42 hojas. Portada a dos tintas con bello grabado, emblema del impresor. Encuadernación de época, en pergamino a la romana. Pérdida de fragmentos de pergamino en ambos planos.

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        P. Virgilii Maronis Opera nunc emendatiora

      Leiden: Elzevier, 1636. First Issue of the Elzevier 1636 edition of the works of Virgil. 12mo. pp. [40], 411, [43]. With engraved title page and fold out map. 2 pages printed in red. Bound in full morocco with finely gilt spine. Small professional repair to upper hinge of front cover – binding is otherwise in an excellent state of preservation. All edges are gilt. Occasional underlining in an old hand of a word or a phrase – very faint and miniscule; slight chipping on upper edge of map. This copy was in the Henry Huth collection and it contains his oval red morocco book plate stamped in gilt on the inside front cover. Berghman says “C’est une des plus admirables productions des Elzevier, et les beaux exemplaires sont rares et precieux.” [Willems 450; Berghman 2167; Schweiger III, p. 1169; Dibdin II, p. 547].

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        Deliciae Physico Mathematicae. Oder Mathemat und Philosophische Erquickstunden, Darinnen Sechshundert Drey und Sechsig, Schöne, Liebliche und Annehmliche Kunststücklein, Auffgaben und Fragen, auf; der Rechenkunst, Landtmessen, Perspectiv, Naturkündigung und andern Wissenschafften genomen, begriffen seindt, Wiesolche uf der andern seiten dieses blats ordentlich nacheinander verzeichnet worden: Allen Kunstliebenden zu Ehren, Nutz, Ergössung des Gemüths und sonderbahren Wolgefallen am tag gegeben Durch M. Danielem Schwenterum

      Nuremberg: Jeremiae Dumseis, 1636. First edition of this early collection of mathematical puzzles, games and inventions, several of which are illustrated on the title page in small vignettes. The sixteen sections cover a wide range of subjects, from mathematics to optics and hydraulics. Leibniz read a copy of the book in his student days, his study of its many combinatorial problems leading to his first mathematical publication, the <i>Ars combinatoria</i> (1666), which formed the mathematical basis for his proposed &#145;calculus of thought&#146;.<br/><br/>& As well as numerous problems in &#145;recreational&#146; mathematics, Schwenter&#146;s book describes several significant inventions. Perhaps the most notable of these is a fountain pen, which was made from two quills, one of which served as a reservoir for ink inside the other quill. The ink was sealed inside the quill with cork, and ink was squeezed through a small hole to the writing point. Although Schwenter did not invent the fountain pen, his is the first illustration of a working fountain pen in a printed work. <br/><br/>& One original invention of Schwenter described in this book is the &#145;scioptric ball&#146;. This is a universal joint that allows a microscope, mounted on the ball, to be swivelled into any position. Its invention was inspired by Schwenter&#39;s studies of the human eye. The scioptric ball provided a firm anchor for a microscope or telescope while allowing the telescope to be swivelled in all directions in order to follow the course of an eclipse or for drawing panoramic views. It was in some ways the first wide-angle lens. <br/><br/>& & Schwenter&#146;s Deliciae is sometimes described as a translation of Van Etten & Leurechon&#146;s Récréations Mathématiques (first published in 1624), but Singmaster has pointed out that this is &#145;quite wrong&#146;. Schwenter does indeed consider some of the problems in Leurechon&#146;s book (these are identified as &#147;aus dem Frankosen&#148;), but many of the problems in Deliciae were collected by Schwenter himself. The book proved extremely popular, and was expanded to three volumes by Georg Philip Harsdörffer (1651-53). This was for many years the most comprehensive work on the subject, and was reprinted in 1677 and 1692. <br/><br/>& & Professor of oriental languages and mathematics at the University of Altdorf, Daniel Schwenter was born at Nuremberg in 1595 and died on 19 January 1636, a few months before the publication of this, his second book. He was also the author of <i>Geometriae practicae novae</i>, which appeared in four parts from 1616 to 1627. <br/><br/>& & David Singmaster, Sources in Recreational Mathematics: An Annotated Bibliography & (www.gotham corp.com/sources.htm) contains descriptions of several of the mathematical problems considered by Schwenter.& Small 4to: 189 x 151 mm. Pp. [xii], 574, [2]. Contemporary vellum over boards. Engraved titlepage, numerous illustrations and diagrams in the text. Some browning throughout, in all a very good copy.

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        Novitiato Del Maestro Di Casa Nel Qual Si Da Notitia Particolare Di Tutte Le Cose Necessaire Per Essercitare Conuenientemente quest&#39; Offitio Nella Corte Di Roma...Di Don Antonio Adami Dalla Roccacontrada

      Romae: Appresso Pietr&#39; Antonio Facciotti, 1636. (2) + 252 + (4) pages; title printed in red & black, with papal arms illustration; occasional woodcut initial or tailpiece ornament; "...con una instruttione generale, per conoscer le qualita della robba, fuggir le fraudi, e far le prouisioni con vantaggio co&#39;loro prezzi. Vi si mostrano in oltre le regole da misurare fabriche, e diuerse prattiche d&#39;Agrcoltura, e particolarmente per fare diuerse sorti di Vini, e conseruarli"; Italian text; 6 3/8" x 4 ¼" approx. size; small ink inscription on front endpaper; bound in contemporary limp vellum, handwritten spine titles; some wear and soiling to binding, front cover with tiny worming pin-holes, two on title; title page a bit darkened & soiled; one leaf at middle of text with 1" x 1/2" edge-chip, no loss to text; some darkening to leaves where differing paper stock was used in printing; generally very good or better throughout; a good early work on Italian estate management, agriculture and wine, cuisine & culture; Cagle 1107; Simon 1299. . First Edition. Vellum. Very Good.

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        ANTONII MORNACII IN SENATU PARIS PATRONI . OBSERVATIONES IN XXIV LIBROS DIGESTORUM ET IN IV LIBROS CODICIS 1636

      - PARISIIS ( PARIS ) . Sans Nom . 1636 . ANTONII MORNACII IN SENATU PARIS PATRONI . OBSERVATIONES IN XXIV LIBROS DIGESTORUM ET IN IV LIBROS CODICIS . Un fort volume in-folio , en reliure d'époque plein veau , dos à nerfs orné , 22,5 x 36 cm , de 28 pages + 622 pages / 8 pages + 108 pages / 28 pages + 351 pages . Texte sur deux colonnes . Magnifique vignette LUTETIA en pages de titre , bandeaux , lettrines & grands cul de lampe . Petit manque de cuir au dos et mouillure angulaire en bas du second plat Cet ouvrage sur le droit Romain , mouillure en bas de marges touchant les 150 dernieres pages , avec manque de texte à partir de la page 190 . Cet ouvrage sur le droit Romain mis en rapport avec le droit Français , a été rédigé par François PINSON a partir des notes d'Antoine MORNAC , célébre Jurisconsulte de Paris , de 1580 à 1614 , décédé en 1620 . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De sacris electionibus et ordinationibus ex antiquo, et nouo Ecclesiae usu. Authore M. Francisco Hallier, sacrae Theologiae Parisiensi doctore, et professore, socio Sorbonico. .

      sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy, typographi regii ordinarii 1636 In 4ø, pp. 30, 1078 + 68 index, sul front marca editoriale: due cicogne: Honora patrem tuum et matrem tuam, ut sis longaevus super terram. Rilegatura coeva in t. pergamena, tassello con titolo in oro al dorso. Alone all'angolo superiore destro di tutte le carte, altrimenti in buono stato.

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        THE HERBALL OR GENERALL HISTORIE OF PLANTS [GERARD'S HERBAL] Gathered by John Gerarde of London, Master in Chirurgerie, Very much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson, Citizen and Apothecarye of London.

      London: Printed for Adam Islip, Joice Norton, and Richard Whitakers 1636. THIRD EDITION A reprint of Thomas Johnson's enlarged 1633 Second Edition (which corrected many of Gerard's errors and improved the accuracy of the illustrations by using Plantin's woodcuts), with the errata corrected in the text and, in place of the list of errata on the verso of the last leaf, there is "An Advertisemant to the Readers". Folio. pp [38], 1630, [1], [1 blank], [46 indexes and tables]. All pages called for are present (inspite of quite a few pagination mistakes on the typesetters' behalf) Bound without the initial and final blank leaves as usual. Engraved allegorical title page by John Payne plus 2,766 woodcut illustrations of plants in the text. Decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Handsomely rebound in full calf in 17th Century style, with six raised bands and gilt lettering to title label. New, blank endpapers when rebound. Four decorative bookplates of previous owners, including one dated 1783, to inside front cover. Occasional light foxing, somewhat heavier towards pages at front and back, and some offsetting, occasionally rather heavy on a few spreads. Small piece of top corner of pp.111 and 969 missing, small closed tears to top of pp.291 and 347, and small piece missing from outer margin of p.397, none of which effect the text. Former crease mark across top corner of p.1459. Very occasional small marks or stains but overall a VERY GOOD COPY. (Shelf 4) NOTE: Heavy Book [5.2kg+]

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        Epitaffio di Jacques Callot

      Acquaforte e bulino, 1636, firmato in lastra in basso. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata all?interno del rame ma completa della parte incisa, restauri nella parte bianca superiore, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. Eseguito l?anno successivo alla morte del Callot, questo ritratto post-mortem fu probabilmente commissionato al Bosse dall?editore Israel Henriet. Il volto del Callot deriva dal ritratto di Michel Lasne, del 1629. Opera molto rara.Bibliografia: Abraham Bosse savant graveur, p. 172, 142. Dimensioni 134x245 Etching and engraving, 1636. signed and dated on lower part. Magnificent work, rich in shades, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed inside the platemark but with the entire engraved part, minor repairs on the upper part, otherwise in good condition. This plate has been realized one year after the death of Callot; the post-mortem portrait has been very likely commissioned by Israel Henriet, the publisher. The face of Callot recalls the portrait of Michel Lasne, realized in 1629. A very rare work. Abraham Bosse savant graveur, p. 172, 142. Dimensioni 134x245.

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        Thesaurus Arabico - Syro - Latinus R. P. F. Thomae à Novaria Ord. Minorum, Theologi, ac Linguarum Orientalium in Collegio S. Petri Montis Aurei, de mandato Sacrae Congregationis Fidei propagandae, Magistri.

      Romae, Typis Sac. Congregationis de Propag. Fide, 1636. 1636 In-8° (182x117mm), pp. (6), 447 + 44 nn. di indice, con paginazione da destra a sinistra come nei libri ebraici ed arabi. Legatura ottocentesca m. pergamena e angoli con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Impresa xilografica al titolo con Gesù, gli Apostoli e il motto "Euntes in universum mundum praedicate Evang. omni creat". Fregi tipografici incisi in xilografia. Testo tricolonne in arabo, in siriaco ed in latino. Sparse arrossature di lieve entità. Ex-libris. Annotazione ottocentesca al risguardo. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione, curata da Achille Venerius, di questa rara opera secentesca consistente in una traduzione rielaborata di alcune nomenclature di Elia bar Shinaya, detto Elia di Nisibi (morto dopo il 1049). "Its contents consists of an Arabic-Syriac-Latin wordlist arranged accoding to subjects originally compiled in the 11th century by Elias Bar Sinaya (Barsinaeus)" (Smitskamp). L'Obicini (Nonio, Novara, 1585-Roma, 1632), sacerdote francescano e orientalista, è ritenuto uno dei precursori di Athanasius Kircher. Nominato nel 1632 Vicario della Custodia di Terra Santa, nel 1613 lasciò l'incarico per dedicarsi allo studio dell'arabo e fu nominato Guardiano del convento di Aleppo in Siria, dove rimase sino al 1620 e dove svolse un cospicuo ruolo nel tentativo di unione dei Caldei con la Chiesa di Roma. Nel 1620 si trasferì a Gerusalemme, in seguito alla nomina a Custode di Terra Santa. Numerosi i suoi scritti orientalistica, soprattutto in merito alla linguistica araba. Brunet, IV, 144. Ebert, 14920. Vater, 24. Smitskamp, 223. Lambrecht, 463. NUC pre-1956, vol. 425, p. 564. Cfr. Arnold Van Lantschoot, Un précurseur d'Athanase Kircher: Thomas Obicini et la Scala Vat. copte 71, Louvain, Muséon, 1948.

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        Les vrais portraits des Roys de France tirez de ce qui nous reste de leurs monumens, sceaux, medailles, ou autres effigies, consevées dans les plus rares & plus curieux Cabinets du Royaume. Seconde edition augmentée de nouveaux portraits & enrichie des vies des Rois par le R.P. H. de Coste

      Jean Camusat 1636 in folio (cm 35,3x23,5), pp. 14 nn., 395, 27 nn. (table des matières), bella leg. in antica pelle manoscritta con due capil. artistici a colori, ds. a 5 nervi e tass. con tit. in oro, front. in rosso e nero, 1 tav. f.t. con personaggi allegorici e 66 tavv. n.t. a piena pag. per i ritratti dei Re di Francia con bei cartigli ornamentali, capil. ornati. Ottimo esempl. con magnifiche inc. in rame protette da veline. I ritratti sono stati, in seguito, ripetutamente utilizzati in molte opere di storia francese, tra cui la famosa Histoire de France di Mézeray. Brunet I°, 939. Bello e raro. 561/19

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        Rectoratus Ubsaliensis.

      Stockholm, Henricus Käyser, 1636. 4 + 136 p. Contemporary vellum over boards, decorated to a panel design of blindstamped and gilt line borders (oxidized), enclosing a central heraldic device of [?Gabriel Gabrielsson] Oxenstierna, floral cornerpieces, flat spine ruled in gilt (oxidized) and lettered in manuscript. Probably bound at Uppsala by Hans Julesh Unger as a gift from the author to one of the University professors (to whom the book is dedicatet). Binding warped, tear across one leaf recently repaired. Woodcut heraldic device of [?Gabriel Gabrielsson] Oxenstierna on title within typgraphical border. The book is kept in a slipcase, 21,5 X 11,5 cm... The earliest printed lists of courses at Uppsala university in a contemporary presentation binding. Very rare

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        Flavii Iosephi hooghberoemde Joodsche Historien ende Boecken noch. Egesippus vande Ellendige verstoringe der Stadt Ierusalem . Van nieus met schoone figuren verciert ende met nootwendige anteikeningen en summarien verryckt.

      Amstelredam., Hans Walschaert., 1636. 34 x 23 cms. 1 blad met gegraveerde titel, 1 blad; Aen den Christelijcke Leser, folio 1-338, Register (26) bladzijden + Egesippus, folio 1-77, Register (6) bladzijden ( Eynde). Met vele houtgravures in de tekst ( van Sichem II ). Enkele wormgaatjes, watervlekken, enige sleet aan de randen van de eerste bladen. Schutbladen. Lederen band uit de tijd op houteren platten. Resten van sloten, zonder de klampen. Sleet aan de hoeken. Poortman, IIb, p. 223

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        Historiæ arctoæ libris tres [...].

      Strängnäs, Johannes L. Barkenius, 1636. 4:o. (20),+ 78,81-145,145-150,+ (1)+ 30, 32-414, 414-415,+ (16),+ (blank),+ 168,+ (15) s. Titel tryckt inom träsnittsram. Titelbladet lagat upptill, med liten förlust av ramtryck, s. (9-10) med lagat övre hörn, småfläckar mest inledningsvis. Samtida pergamentband med småfläckar på frampärmen, saknar försättsbladet. Äldre namnteckning på titelbladet och med Bengt Löws blyertsnamnteckning på frampärmens insida. Collijn sp. 694. Biskopen i Strängnäs, Laurentius Paulinus Gothus - från 1637 ärkebiskop - bidrog enligt Lindroth inte med något nytt i denna sin stort upplagda svenska historia. Den kan däremot betraktas som det mest typiska uttrycket för hur en lärd historieskrivning tog sig ut, innan 1700-talets källkritik tog vid. Paulinus Gothus för fram sin historia till sin samtid och avslutar den år 1633, därefter följer en samtidighetstabell och en exkurs "De gothis externis" om folkvandringsfolkens (dvs enligt dåtidens synsätt svenskarnas) bravader utomlands

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        Historia augusta henrici vii caesaris and alia, quae extant opera. laurentii pignorii vir. clar. spicilegio, necnon foelicis osij, and nicolai villani, castigationibus, collationibus, and notis illustrata. quibus opportunitatis gratia praemissa sunt.. venetiis, ex typographia ducali pinelliana, 1636.

      15 parti in varia numerazione (alcune parti hanno paginazione autonoma, mentre altre sono in numerazione continua) in un vol. in-folio (332x225mm), pp. (4), 156, (12); 50, (2); 38, (2); 39-53; 55-66; 67-78; 79-89; 94, (2); 112; 10, (2); 140, (8); 42, (2); 169, (2); 22, (2); 108, (44) di varianti, emendazioni e indici generali. Solida legatura settecentesca in p. pelle marrone marmorizzata con bordura dorata a inquadrare il perimetro dei piatti. Fregi e fiorellini dorati al dorso. Tagli rossi, sguardie marmorizzate. Impresa tipografica al titolo. Fregi tipografici in xilografia. Alcuni aloni marginali ininfluenti, uno strappo all'angolo inferiore esterno di una pag. Ottimo esemplare nell'insieme. Edizione parzialmente originale (reimpressione con mutato titolo e con alcune modifiche della 'Historiarum Rolandini"", Venezia, 1635) delle opere dello storico, letterato, umanista e uomo politico Albertino Mussato (Padova, 1261-Chioggia, 1329), in cui posto preminente hanno i lavori storici sul regno di Enrico VII in Italia, fra le opere più rappresentative del preumanesimo padovano. BL Italian Books 17th century, p. 601. Bruni / Evans, Italian 17th century books in Cambridge libraries, 3606. Brunet, III, 1966. NUC pre-1956, vol. 403, p. 242. Bondanella, Dictionary of Italian Literature, p. 347. Manca alla Vinciana.

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        Alphonsi de Vargas Toletani Relatio ad Reges et Proncipes Christianos, de Stratagematis et sophismatis Politicis Societatis Iesu ad Monarchiam Orbis terrarum sibi conficiendam.

      In qua Iesuitarum erga Reges ac Populos optime de ipsis meritos infidelitas, ergaque ipsum Pontificem perfidia, contumelia & in fidei rebus novandi libido illustribus documentis comprobatur. No publisher or place. 1636. 4:o. 141,(blank). With: Societatis Iesu novum fidei sybolum. In Hispania promulgatum: Eiusdem. Notio Censoria in Symbolum Apostolorum. Habac. I. Adspicite in gentibus, & videte, & admiramini, & obstupescite:quia opus factum est in diebus vestris, quod nemo credet, cum narrabitur. No printer or place. 1636. 4:o. 8 pp. With: S. D. N. Dn. Urbani diuina prouidentia Papae VIII. Suppressio. Praensae Congregationis Iesuitissarum. Romae. Ex Typographia Reu. Camerae Apostolicae. 1632. No printer or place. 1636. 4:o. 8 p. Modern brown half morocco. Browning to some pages. Watersoiling throughout lower half from spine in a pyramid shape and also outer lower corner. Last three pages with spot outer edge. Old annotations, some cropped from earlier rebinding around 1800. 20 x 15,5 cm

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        Runer [=i runor] seu danica literatura antiquissima, vulgò gothica dicta luci reddita opera Olai Wormii.

      Cui accessit De prisca danorum poesi dissertatio. Köpenhamn,, Melchior Martzan, 1636. 4:o. (20),+ 185, 185-249,+ (6) s. Fjärde bladet med delförlust av kustod. Fuktrand inledningsvis. Nött samtida skinnband, ryggen med upphöjda bind och handskriven pappersetikett, pärmarna med blindpressad medaljong i mitten, helt guldsnitt. Skada på kapitälen. Bakre pärmen med brytmärke och defekt hörn. Charmigt exemplar med H. G. Porthans namnteckning på bakre pärmens insida och ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Bibl. danica II. 585. Warmholtz 8962, andra upplagan. Thesaurus 734. Fiske, Runic literature, s. 83 (endast Amsterdamupplaga). Carlander III, 564ff. Den ovanliga första upplagan (med annat titelblad även utgiven av Jansonius i Amsterdam samma år). En andra upplaga publicerades 1651. Med denna bok steg polyhistorn Ole Worm (1588-1654) fram inför världen som den stora auktoriteten på runor, trots stora brister i tolkningarna. Bureus i Sverige blev bestört när han såg sina egna insatser förringas av Worm, men än värre var att Worm i skriften Fasti Danici (1626) påstått att danskarna hade uppfunnit runskriften och för övrigt var det förnämsta folket i hela Norden. I "Runer" undersökte Worm med enbart danskt material runornas ursprung, vilka han härledde ur de hebreiska tecknen. Mot felaktigheterna i denna skrift lät Bureus publicera en elak satir, "Runa redux". I andra upplagan av "Runer" som kom 1651 erkände Worm att han tidigare försummat Bureus forskning, vilket han nu ångrade

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        Grammatica arabica . Cui Accedunt Locmanni fabulae, et adagia quaedam arabum

      Lugd. Batavorum (Leyde): Apud Ioannem Maire, 1636. relié. 2 parties en un Vol. pet. in 4 (14,5x19cm). La toute première édition de cet ouvrage est parue en 1613. Les textes (contes et maximes) de Loqman furent intégrés à la Grammatica en 1615. L&#39;ouvrage, qui connut un franc succès, fut régulièrement réédité par son éditeur. L&#39;exemplaire appartenait à la bibliothèque du mathématicien Michel Chasles. Plein Velin d&#39;époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume (estompé). Coin inférieur droit rogné Thomas Erpenius (1584-1624) était un fameux et célèbre orientaliste hollandais de son temps, il publia de nombreuses grammaires orientales et fut titulaire de la chaire d&#39;arabe et de langues orientales de l&#39;université de Leyde de 1613 à 1624, on créa même une chaire d&#39;hébreux en sa faveur. Courtisé par les grandes places d&#39;Europe, il ne quitta jamais Leyde. Ce fut la première fois qu&#39;on traduisait Loqman en Europe. Celui qu&#39;on nomma le sage, fut un grand fabuliste oriental, maintes de ses paroles se trouvent dans le Coran qui l&#39;exemplarise comme le sage par excellence. La Grammatica contient des fables et des sagesses traduites en latin, avec le texte arabe. Ex libris gravé du grand mathématicien MIchel Chasles : Ex bibliotheca Michelis Chasles Acad. scientar. soch. avec un monogramme M couvrant un C. - Apud Ioannem Maire, Lugd. Batavorum (Leyde) _1636, 2 parties en un Vol. pet. in 4 (14,5x19cm), (4) 172pp., 60pp. (1), relié. - relié

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        Flavii Iosephi hooghberoemde Joodsche Historien ende Boecken noch. Egesippus vande Ellendige verstoringe der Stadt Ierusalem . Van nieus met schoone figuren verciert ende met nootwendige anteikeningen en summarien verryckt

      Amstelredam., Hans Walschaert., 1636. 34 x 23 cms. 1 blad met gegraveerde titel, 1 blad; Aen den Christelijcke Leser, folio 1-338, Register (26) bladzijden + Egesippus, folio 1-77, Register (6) bladzijden ( Eynde). Met vele houtgravures in de tekst ( van Sichem II ). Enkele wormgaatjes, watervlekken, enige sleet aan de randen van de eerste bladen. Schutbladen. Lederen band uit de tijd op houteren platten. Resten van sloten, zonder de klampen. Sleet aan de hoeken. Poortman, IIb, p. 223. KEYWORDS: Biblia

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        Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes, The

      1636. Second Edition of the Most Famous English HerbalGERARD, John. The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. Gathered by John Gerarde of London, Master in Chirurgerie, Very much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson, Citizen and Apothecarye of London. London: Printed for Adam Islip, Joice Norton, and Richard Whitakers, 1636.Third edition of Gerard&#146;s Herball (first published in 1597) and the second edition edited by Thomas Johnson (a reprint of the 1633 edition, with the errata corrected in the text). Large folio (13 1/4 x 8 15/16 inches; 337 x 227 mm.). [38], 1630 [i.e, 1634], [1], [1, blank], [46, indexes and tables] pp. Bound without the initial and final blank leaves, as usual. Engraved allegorical title by John Payne and 2,766 woodcut illustrations of plants in the text. Decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials.Mid-nineteenth-century sprinkled calf, expertly rebacked, with original spine laid down. Spine decoratively tooled in gilt in compartments with five raised bands and tan morocco gilt lettering label. Board edges decoratively tooled in gilt. Marbled endpapers. The second edition of Gerarde to be edited by Thomas Johnson. It is a reprint of the 1633 edition, with the errata corrected, and in place of the list of errata on the verso of the last leaf there is &#147;An Advertisement to the Readers.&#148;&#147;The first edition of Gerard&#146;s herbal [1597] held the field without a competitor for more than a generation. It was not until it began to noised abroad that a certain John Parkinson would soon produce a new herbal to take its place, that the successors of Gerard&#146;s original publisher were brought to the point of undertaking a second edition. In 1632 they commissioned Thomas Johnson, a well-known London apothecary and botanist, to carry out the work, with the proviso that it must be completed within the year. This heavy task Johnson accomplished with marked success, even adding a balanced and comprehensive historical introduction. He recalls Gaspard Bauhin in his scholarly anticipation of modern methods of editorship. He has, for example, a system of marking the text to distinguish the degrees to which he has altered or re-written Gerarde&#146;s descriptions. Johnson&#146;s new version was illustrated with a set of 2,766 blocks, previously used in the botanical books published by Plantin. The Herball, thus transformed, reached a far higher level than Gerard&#146;s own edition&#148; (Arber, Herbals, p. 134). An excellent and generally clean copy with minor issues compulsively noted: Small ink blot on E1 recto (p. 53); small paper flaw in the upper blank margin of E5 (pp. 61/62), just touching one letter on the recto; small hole in I4 (pp. 107/108), just affecting one woodcut on the recto and a few letters on the verso; small rust spot on T6-V2 (pp. 232-235), just affecting a couple of letters; slight browning in the gutter of X2 and X3 (pp. 248 and 249) from an inserted flower, now removed; small ink blot on Dd6 verso (p. 328), affecting one woodcut; small piece torn from upper blank margin of Tt1 (pp. 497/498), just touching rule; outer margin of Ccc1 (pp. 581/582) strengthened on the recto; small repair in the outer blank margin of Vuu1 (pp. 785/786); short tear (1 inch) in the lower blank margin of Ffff1-Ffff2 (pp. 893-896), just touching one letter on p. 893; small rust hole in Ssssss3 (pp. 1593/1594), just affecting a couple of letters; short clean tear in Yyyyyy1 (first leaf of index), not affecting text. Some light offsetting from the woodcuts, faint dampstain in the lower margin of a few leaves, a few additional small stains or rust spots, and a few additional minor marginal tears or paper flaws. Small bookseller&#146;s label (&#147;R.D. Steedman/Bookseller/Newcastle-on-Tyne&#148;) on front pastedown. Henrey 156. Hunt 230. Nissen, BBI, 698. Pritzel 3282. STC 11752.

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        The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. Gathered by John Gerarde of London, Master in Chirurgerie. Very much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson Citizen and Apothecarye of London

      London: Printed by Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1636. Folio. (13 5/8 x 9 inches). Engraved title by Payne with decorative surround incorporating a portrait of the author, numerous woodcut illustrations, various decorative initials, occasional woodcut head or tailpieces. (Ll3 and Ll4 with old remargining). Early panelled calf, neatly rebacked, spine in seven compartments with raised bands, morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment, modern calf-backed cloth- covered box. The third [second Johnson] edition of Gerard&#39;s Herbal: a significant work for its vast collection of botanical illustrations, which remained the standard English reference for over two centuries. Gerard was superintendent of the gardens of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, one of the most influential members of the court of Elizabeth I. In addition to his work for Lord Burghley, Gerard also raised many exotic plants in his own gardens and travelled extensively in search of new specimens. The first edition of the present work, published in 1597, was much praised for the elegance of the descriptions, but Johnson&#39;s re-editing of the work after Gerard&#39;s death undoubtedly greatly improved the accuracy and breadth of the original work. "Johnson&#39;s Gerard", with over 2700 woodcuts, is almost half as long again as the first edition. Johnson was commissioned by the publishers to produce this amended and enlarged edition at short notice in order to forestall Parkinson&#39;s Theatrum Botanicum, which was believed to be imminent, (it finally appeared in 1640), and he complains bitterly in his preface that he "was forced to performe this task within the compasse of a yeare." Almost all of the woodcuts were from a different source from Gerard&#39;s (mostly from Plantin&#39;s stock) but some of the figures Johnson drew himself, notably the famous bunch of bananas on page 1516. This had been to given him on 10th April 1633 by Dr. Argent, President of the College of Physicians of London, who had received it from Bermuda. Johnson&#39;s drawing is the first illustration of bananas to be published in England. Having drawn and described them, he says, the stalke with the fruit thereon I hanged up in my shop, where it became ripe about the beginning of May, and lasted until June ... it did eate somewhat like a Muske-Melon." The shop was in Snow Hill, in the City, and it must have been there also that John Payne studied this unknown fruit before incorporating it into his engraved title-page. Cf. Bradley I, p.283; Henrey 156; Hunt 230; Nissen BBI 698; STC 11752

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        The Roman Histories

      1636. Fine. FLORUS, Lucius Julius [i.e. Annaeus]. The Roman Histories of Lucius Iulius Florus from the Foundation of Rome till Caesar Augustus, for above DCC yeares & from thence to Trajan, near CC years, divided by Florus into IV ages. London, Printed by R. Bishop, to be sold by Fr. Bowman in Oxford, 1636. 12mo. [1]f., [xxii]336pp. Third edition of E. M. Bolton's translation, first published in 1619. Engraved title showing a Roman centurion, and the four "ages of Rome" described in niches. Lacking final blank, otherwise internally fine, in early calf, ruled in blind. A few minor chips to extremities of covers.

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        Rectoratus Ubsaliensis.

      Sthlm, H. Käyser, 1636. 4:o. (4),116,(19) s. Titelbladet med typografiskt ramverk och Oxenstiernas vapen i träsnitt. Marmorerat pappbd från 1800-talets första hälft. Genomgående fuktfläckig och tämligen solkig i början. Gamla lagningar på s. (3), 3 och 6-7, den sista med viss textförlust. Titelbladet med handskriven dedikation till Andreas I. Bornaeus. Med Carl Jedvard Bondes formklippta exlibris. Från Ericsberg.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 670 och 947. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 9183. Innehåller utom orationer, program etc. också tre föreläsningsförteckningar för perioden 1634-35, vilka tycks vara de äldsta tryckta från Uppsala universitet. Gabriel Gabrielsson Oxenstierna (1618-47) var rektor 1634. Andreas Jönsson Bornaeus (-1657) var huspredikant till Beata Oxenstierna på Herresäter i Östergötland från 1629, krigspräst i Stettin 1637 och kyrkoherde i Grebo från 1647. Beata Oxenstierna (1591-1652) var kusin med Gabriel Oxenstiernas far och hovmästarinna hos drottning Kristina 1639-47 efter att som ung varit kammarjungfru hos drottningens mamma. Beata, som i samtiden fick höga vitsord för sin tid vid hovet, gifte sig 1613 med Erik Ulfsparre (1577-1631)

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        Gemmarvm et Lapidum Historia:

      Leiden, Joannis Maire, 2nd edition,1636.. Hardback, original calf with raised bands and highly ornamental gilt on spine and gilt ornament on cover edges, vignette title-page, pp. [viii], 576, [xix] - index, profusely illustrated with woodcuts, two folding charts of minerals and many other charming illustrations of equipment, echnoids, corals, crinoids, crystals, shark teeth, shells, geodes and basalt, sm. 8vo., (6.5" x 4") (168cm x 102cm), a very fine, clean and sound copy. Rare. See also de Laet, item no. 5702. An important 17th Century work on mineralogy and gemology in which is gathered most of the previous knowledge on mineralogy and lapidary.

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        Zu Beförderung der ordentlichen Justitien und Rechtens in Unsern Fürstenthumben Schleßwig Hollstein und dero incorporirten Länder. Verfasset und publiciret Anno 1636. Itzo aufs Neue aufgelegt und vermehret. Glückstadt, Melchior Koch, 1665. 10 Bll. , 272 S. Neuer Pgt.

      Angebunden: 1. Policey-Ordnung 1636, Glückstadt, Koch, 1670. 27 Bll., 13 Bll. (Dat Holsten Land-Recht), 4 w. Bll. 2. Der Erbaren Hanse-Städte Schiffs-Ordnung und See-Recht. Lübeck, Volcken, 1657. Gestoch. Tit., 7 Bll., S. 85-103; 2 Bll. (See-Gerichts-Ordnung); 3. Revidirte OberGerichtsOrdnung. Lübeck, Volcken, 1657. Tit., 46 S. 4. Liber Primus titulus primus...von Bürgermeistern und Rathmannen. 85 S. 5. SchiffBrücken-Ordnung der Stadt Kiell Anno 1627. Alte Handschrift auf Papier. 16 Bll., 2 w. Bll. 6. Constitution von Wegen des gestempelten Papiers der Praelaten ... Lander-Empter und Städte Gerichten. 7. Constitution von Justificir- und Zuschreibung der in der Stadt Kiehl seynden Begräbnussen und Kirchen-Stühle... 4 gedruckte Bll.; 14 hs. Bll., 7 w. Bll.

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        Comprising World Map, Europe and The Middle East, Classical Greece, Classical Rome, Biblical and Patriarchal History.

      Paris, Melchior Tavernier, Pierre Mariette et al., 1636-78. Folio. (45 x 32,5 cm.). Bound in a 19th Century hcalf with title on spine in gilt lettering: "N. Sanson - Atlas - 1641". Maps varying sizes Ca. (38-43 cm.) x (50-53 cm.). With 67 fine engraved maps, 40 by N. Sanson and G. Sanson, 8 by De la Rue, 7 by Duval, 10 by Tavernier (done by Sanson), 2 by Philippus Briet (Chez Pierre Mariette, Henri le Roy fecit, and Michel van Lochom). The first 22 fully coloured !!, the last 45 outline coloured. Map 42-45 by Tavernier with 2 small inkspots on verso which are seen in the middle of the maps in one case creating a small whole in the image. The last map with 2 small repairs in upper margin, not affecting image. Otherwise the maps are clean and fine, all in contemporary handcolouring.. This is a fine composite atlas by the engravers of the French 17th century school. Most of the 67 maps are by Nicolas Sanson and his son Guillaume Sanson (40 + 10, as the Tavernier-maps are done by Sanson).Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667) is generally thought of as the father of the 17th century school of map-making, maps which are known for their charm and elegance in the fine lettering and delicate engraving. Sanson published an atlas of France, world atlasses and another atlas with the title "Cartes Générales de toutes les Parties du Monde (1658), containing 82 maps. After his death, the firm was run by his sons Guillaume and Adrian. After 1670 the firm's map-making material was taken over by Herbert Jaillot. Pierre Duval (1618-1683), here represented with 7 maps, was geographer to the King of France and pupil of Sanson.Content: 1. World Map (2 hemispheres, "Orbis Vetus", (showing California as an island) Sanson 1657). - 2. Europa Vetus (N. & G. Sanson 1668). - 3. Asia Vetus (N. & G. Sanson 1667). - 4. Africa Vetus (N. & G. Sanson 1667) - 5. Atlantis Insula (North- and South America. Showing California as an island. N. & G. Sanson, 1669). - 6. Hispania Antiquae Tabulae. (N. Sanson, 1641) - 7. Galliae Antiqiquae. (N. Sanson 1642. - 8. Les Suisses...Souabe etc. (N. Sanson 1667). - 9. Germania Antiqua. (N. Sanson 1641). - 10. Belgica in provincias quattor. N. Sanson 1659). - 11. Italia Antiqua cum ...Sicilia Sardinia & Corsica. (N. Sanson 1641). - 12. Illyricum Orientis...Moesia et Thracia...(Sanson no date ca. 1640). - 13. Illyricum Occidens... (N. Sanson no date, ca 1640), . 14. Graeciae Antiquae.... (N. Sanson 1636). - 15.Creta Insula... (G. Sanson 1676). - 16. Britannicae Insulae.... N. Sanson 1641). - 17. L Royaume D'Angleterre... (N. Sanson 1665). - 18. L'Escosse Royaume... (N. Sanson 1665). - 19. Iralnde Royaume... (Sanson 1665). - 20. Baltiae, quae est Scandia, Finninga, Cimbrica... (N. Sanson, 1654). - 21. Germano-Sarmatia... (N. Sanson 1655). - 22. Sarmatia Utraque Europaea et Asiatica (Russie etc.).... (N. Sanson 1654). - 23. Cimmeria quae Posteaa Scythia Europaea seu Parua Scythia... (G. Sanson 1665). - 24. Bisphorus Cimmerius et Regnum Bosphoranum... (G. Sanson 1665). - 25. Anaplus Bosphori Thracii... (G. Sanson 1666). - 26. Asia Minor (Turkey)... (Ph. de la Rue 1652). - 27. Armenia vetus... (Th. de la Rue 1653). - 28. Lyaconia in Minores Regiones... (G. Sanson 1676). - 29. Colchis, Iberia, Albania.... (G. Sanson 1667). - 30. Pamphilia et Pisidia... (G. Sanson 1670). 31. Assyria Vetus... Syriam, Mesopotamiam, Babyloniam et Assyriam... (Ph. de la Rue 1651). - 32. Syriae Veteris...Hierusalem.... Exodus Israelis.. Palaestinae delineatio... 4 separate maps on one. (Philippus Briet, chez Pierre Mariette 1641). - 33. Geographia Patriarchalis.. (Europa with North Africa and Asia Minor..). (G. Sanson 1668). - 34. Patriarchatus Romanus... (M. Tavernier no date ca. 1640). - 35. Patriarchatus Constantinopolitani... (M. Tavernier no date ca. 1640). - 36. Patriarchatus Antiocheni... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 37. Patriarchatus Hierosolymitani... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 38. Pinax geographicus Patriarchatus Hierosolymitani... (Ph. de la Rue 1651). - 39. Patriarchatus Alexandrini (Egypt etc.)... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 40. Antiquorum Africae Episcopa... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 41. Antiquorum Hispaniae (Spain). (M. Tavernier 1640). - 42. Antiquorum Galliae Episcopatuum (France England inserted in smaller size)... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 43. Antiquorum Italiae et Illyrici...(Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica inserted)... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 44. Antiquorum Illyrici Orientalis.... (M. Tavernier 1640). - 45. Geographia Synodica...Italiam, Galliam, Angliam... (G. Sanson 1667). - 46. Geographia Synodica....(Europe with North Africa and Turkey). (G. Sanson 1667). - 47. Geographiae Sacrae (Mediterranean, Egypt and Turkey...) (N. Sanson 1662). - 48. Geographiae Sacrae...ex veteri...terra Promissa, sive Iudaea... (N. Sanson 1662). - 49. Terra Chanaan... (Ph. de la Rue no date, ca. 1650). - 50. Terra Promissa... (Ph. de la Rue no date ca. 1650). - 51. Regnum Salomonicum... (Ph. de la Rue no date, ca. 1650). - 52. Regnum Iudeorum... (Ph. de la Rue 1651). - 53. Iesu Christi... Itinera, peregrina per Galliaeam, Samariam, Asiam, Europam... (N. Sanson 1665). - 54. Troianum Regnum... (G. Sanson 1665). - 55. Carte du Voyage D'Enée... (Du Val no date, ca 1653). - 56. Graecia Foederata.... (G. Sanson 1666). - 57. Tabula Itineris Decies Mille Graecorum sub Cyro (Middle East...) (P. du Val 1653). - 58. Alcibiadis Expeditionum... (P. du Val no date, ca. 1653). - 59. Expeditionis Alexandri Magni per Europeam, Asiam et Africam... (P. du Val 1654). - 60. Pyrrhi regis Epirotarum Expeditiones... (P. du Val 1657). - 61. - Expeditiones Hannibalis..Hispaniam, Galliam, Italiam, Africam... (Petro Du Val 1666). - 62. Ponti Pars.. Amazones...Mithridatis Regnum... (G. Sanson 1676). - 63. Romani Imperii Oriens... (Middle East Africa,Arabia...)... N. Sanson 1637). - 64. Romani Imperii qua Occidens... (N. Sanson 1637). - 65. rei Romanae...Caesaris...de Bello Civili... (P. Du Val 1666). - 66. Gallia vetus... (N. Sanson 1649). - 67. Roma Gentium Domina. (Phil. Briet no date, ca. 1658 - for this map see Shirley: T.San - 2b, map no. 54)

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