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         Johannis Frederici Gronovii Observationum Libris III. Ad Wilhelmum Vandermaerium. & De sestertiis commentarius. 2 Werke in 1 Band.

      - Leyden, Isaac Commelin 1639. Kl.8°. (24) S., 279 S., (21) S., beigebunden ist: Gronovii de sestertiis commentarius . Deventer, C. Thomaeus 1643. (16) S., 135 S. Gebunden in Pergament eine alten Antiphonar-Manuskripts. Erste Ausgabe. 1652 erschien noch ein viertes Buch. Das 2. Buch enthält Gronovius wichtige Forschung über Geld und das Geldwesen des römischen Reiches. Die ersten 8 Blätter mit Wurmspuren im unteren Rand. Gutes und sauberes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Cimbrische Heyden-Religion, Erster, Andrer, Dritter [und] Vierdter Theil [kmpl.]. Was unsere Vorfahren Cimbrischer Nation / Die Sachsen / Guten / Wenden und Fresen / und die von denselben herstammende Mitternächtige Völcker für Götter / Opfer / Götzendienst / Gebeth / Fest-Tage / Altaren / Hay[n]en / Kirchen / Priester / Obrigkeit / Ehstand / Schulen / Zaubereyen / Weissagunge / Oraculen / Tauffe / Leichbegängnisse / u. Begräbnisse gehabt. Deßgleichen / was sie von der Welt Schöpffung und Regierung / von guten und bösen Engeln / von Landstraffen und Trübsahlen / vom Tode und der Seelen Unsterblichkeit / von Aufferstehung der Todten / von der Welt-Untergang / von der ewigen Seeligkeit und Verdamniß geglaubt. In 4 Theile beschrieben und mit vielen Kupfferstücken beleuchtet. [Erstausg. dieser stark erw. Aufl.].

      8 Bll., 274 S., 28 Bll. / 4 Bll., 115 S., 4 Bll. / 4 Bll., 418 S., 30 Bll. / 4 Bll., 344 S., 18 Bll., mit einigen Holtschnittvignetten, Runen im Text u. 58 Taf., davon 5 eingefaltet [kmpl.], 8, Halbpergament d. Zt. (alles zus. in einem Bd.) Der Titel des "Andren Theils" lautet: Cimbrisch Gülden Heyen-Horn / bey Tundern 1639 gefunden / Aus dem darunter verborgenem Heydentumb [...]. - "Dritter Theil:" Cimbrische Heyen-Begräbnisse: Wie unsere Vorfahren Cimbrischer Nation [...] und die von denselben herstammende Mitternächtige Völcker I. Ihre Begräbniß-Gebräuche / II. Ihre Todten-Gräber / III. Ihre Grab-Krüge / IV. Ihre Grab-Schrifften An- und eingerichtet. - "Vierdter Theil:" Cimbrische Heyen-Bekehrung / Wie unsere Vorfahren [...] Durch das Heil. Evangelium sind bekehret / Und in diesen Landen Das Heydenthumb außgereutet / Die Kirche Gottes gepflanzet / Und das Christenthumb eingewurzelt. -- Etwas abweichend der Vortitel (wird manchmal auch als Titel angegeben): Ausführliche Eröffnung / I. Was es mit der Cimbrischen und Mitternächtischen Völcker [...] Haynen / Oraculen / Zaubereyen / Begräbnissen u. d. gl. von uhralters her vor eine Bewandtniß gehabt [...] II. Eine Erklährung / was es für eine Beschaffenheit mit dem in Ao. 1639 bey Tundern gefundenem seltzahmen Wunder-Horn / so höher als Gold geschätzet wird / gehabt haben möge. III. Was die Cimbrischen und Mitternächtischen Völcker vor Gräber und Töpffe / worinnen sie die Asche der verbrandten Cörper verwahret gehabt / und ihre gebrauchte seltzahme Grab-Schrifften. IV. Endlich auch / wie diese Völcker mit grosser Mühe zum wahren Christlichen Glauben gebracht und bekehret worden. [...] -- Goodland S.20 Arntz 100 Ackermann I/ 316 u. III/511 Irminsul-Buchweiser I. - Eine erste Fassung in weitaus geringerem Umfang war bereits 1690 erschienen. - Troels (Trogillus) Arnkiel (1639-1712), luth. Theologe u. Altertumsforscher, der sich um die Einführung der Konfirmation in Schleswig-Holstein verdient gemacht hat. Vorliegendes Werk gilt als wichtige Quelle zur Vor- u. Frühgeschichte, der letzte Teil auch über Grönland. Die zahlreichen Abb. zeigen u.a. Götter, Priester, Münzen, Gebrauchs- und Kultgegenstände (Goldenes Horn von Tondern), Kostüme, Gebäude u. Grabanlagen, Darstellungen zu Mythologie u. Ritualen (Leichenverbrennung), historische Persönlichkeiten. - Einband etwas berieben am oberen Kapital eingerissen Innengelenk offen wenige Blätter mit kl. Randläsuren durchgehend gebräunt u. tlw. leicht fleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl. mit fester Bindung.

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         Mundi Lapis Lydius sive Vanitas per Veritate Falsi Accusata & Conuicta.

      Antuerp: Typis Viduae Ioan. Cnobbari., 1639. First edition. Small quarto. pp [28], 249, [27]. One of the great Flemish emblem books, with an impressive engraved title-page by Theodore van Merlen and fifty beautiful engraved emblems by Andries Pauwels after Abraham van Diepenbeek. The charm and importance of these illustrations, intended to guide us away from Vanity and towards the Truth, lie in the touchingly detailed glimpses many of them provide of domestic and social scenes of the time. Each plate is followed by two or three pages of text elaborating on the general lesson. Many of these texts have decorative woodcut endpieces. The plates are clear and sharp. Eighteenth century panelled calf, sympathetically rebacked.A few early ownership signatures. Some light wear to the covers. Very good indeed. A bright copy.

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         DE LA CHARGE DES GOUVERNEURS DES PLACES.

      Paris, Matthieu Guillomot, 1639. Ou sont contenus tous les ordres qu'on doit tenir pour preparer les choses necessaires dans une place, tant pour la conserver, comme pour la deffendre, & pour s'empescher de toute sorte de surprises; un discours facile pour reconnoistre tous les deffauts des places, & pour y scavoir remedier; un abrege de la fortification, ou il est traitte en quoy consiste sa perfection, & tout ce qu'un Cavalier & un homme de Commandement en doit scavoir, pour en discourir, & pour s'en servir: de plus y est adiouste un traitte des Parties de guerre. FIRST EDITION, French text, 1639. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 295 x 190 mm, 11½ x 7½ inches, additional engraved pictorial title page, 7 engraved plates, all but 1 with text on reverse, a few small text illustrations or diagrams, woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, pages: (12), 292, (8) - index, bound in full antique calf, gilt ruled border to covers, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered label. Covers and corners slightly worn, head and tail of spine slightly chipped, small repair at tail of spine, rear endpaper missing, engraved title reinserted on a tab, very slight loss to inner margin, not affecting image, lower edge just slightly worn, tiny piece missing from lower outer corner, some pages lightly age-browned, very occasional small pale stain, pale brown stain to inner edge of 2 plates, no loss of image, stain persists on inner margins of next 7 text leaves, fore-edge margin of 1 plate cropped. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of the first edition. The work covers the defence, fortifications, and management of a stronghold, weapons, discipline and troop formations, treatment of civilians. Anthoine de Ville (1596-1656?) was a mathematicien, soldier, expert on fortifications and eventually appointed "Ingenieur du Roi". He was employed by Cardinal Richelieu to whom our book is dedicated, to inspect various fortifications on behalf of the government of France. He was the author of 3 other works on fortifications: "Obsidio Corbeiensis" (1637), "Siege de Hesdin" (1639), and "Les Fortifications" (1640). Cockle, Military Books up to 1642, No. 830; Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, No. 3832. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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         La Susanna di Ferrante Pallavicini. Libri quattro. In questa seconda impressione accresciut a piů della terza parte dall'autore.

      Venetia [Venedig], Dalla Stampa del Sarzina, 1639. . Ferrante Pallavicino (1615-1644) (Pseudoyme: Flagello de Barberini u. Ginifacio Spironcini), italienischer Geistlicher u. Schriftsteller, verfaßte vor allem Pamphlete u. Satiren. - Einband fleckig u. bestoßen, (schmales Fehlstück am unteren Kapital). Papier durchg. Feuchtigkeitssp. u. wellig, Bindung gelockert

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         DE LA CHARGE DES GOUVERNEURS DES PLACES.

      Paris, Matthieu Guillomot, 1639.. Ou sont contenus tous les ordres qu'on doit tenir pour preparer les choses necessaires dans une place, tant pour la conserver, comme pour la deffendre, & pour s'empescher de toute sorte de surprises; un discours facile pour reconnoistre tous les deffauts des places, & pour y scavoir remedier; un abrege de la fortification, ou il est traitte en quoy consiste sa perfection, & tout ce qu'un Cavalier & un homme de Commandement en doit scavoir, pour en discourir, & pour s'en servir: de plus y est adiouste un traitte des Parties de guerre. FIRST EDITION, French text, 1639. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 295 x 190 mm, 11½ x 7½ inches, additional engraved pictorial title page, 7 engraved plates, all but 1 with text on reverse, a few small text illustrations or diagrams, woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, pages: (12), 292, (8) - index, bound in full antique calf, gilt ruled border to covers, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered label. Covers and corners slightly worn, head and tail of spine slightly chipped, small repair at tail of spine, rear endpaper missing, engraved title reinserted on a tab, very slight loss to inner margin, not affecting image, lower edge just slightly worn, tiny piece missing from lower outer corner, some pages lightly age-browned, very occasional small pale stain, pale brown stain to inner edge of 2 plates, no loss of image, stain persists on inner margins of next 7 text leaves, fore-edge margin of 1 plate cropped. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of the first edition. The work covers the defence, fortifications, and management of a stronghold, weapons, discipline and troop formations, treatment of civilians. Anthoine de Ville (1596-1656?) was a mathematicien, soldier, expert on fortifications and eventually appointed "Ingenieur du Roi". He was employed by Cardinal Richelieu to whom our book is dedicated, to inspect various fortifications on behalf of the government of France. He was the author of 3 other works on fortifications: "Obsidio Corbeiensis" (1637), "Siege de Hesdin" (1639), and "Les Fortifications" (1640). Cockle, Military Books up to 1642, No. 830; Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, No. 3832. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         The Essays, or Counsels Civil and Morall, of Francis Lo. Vervlam, Viscount St. Alban. With A Table of the Colours, or Apparances of Good and Evill, and their Degrees, as places of Perfwafion [Persuasion], and Diffwafion [Dissuasion], and their feverall [several] Fallaxes, and the Elenches of them.

      London: John Beale. 1639 - London: John Beale, 1639. 340 pp, 42pp. complete; 19 cm by 14cm. New spine to contemporary brown calf skin leather boards. 6 compartments with the publication year in gilt at the base. Red spine label with gilt lettering. Tight binding and solid boards, gilt borders to front and rear boards. Gilt decorated board edges. Marbled endpapers. Personal bookplate of Viscount Birkenhead on the front paste down, and another on the front end paper, Nathan Of Churt. Pages are clean and unmarked. Title within border, text within black rule; initials. A bright and clean copy of this scarce, but significant work. A very good copy.   Condition Report Externally Spine – very good condition – nicely decorated in gilt. Joints – very good condition. Corners – good condition – worn. Boards – very good condition – worn with some marks. Page edges – good condition. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – very good condition. Paste downs – very good condition. End papers – very good condition. Title – very good condition – foxing, and marks, historic repair to outer edge. Pages – good condition – foxing. Binding – very good condition – solid and attractive. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1639 Binding: Hardback [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Sylva Sylvarum: Or, A Natural Historie In Ten Centuries

      London: Printed by John Haviland, for William Lee, 1639. Fifth edition. Quarter Leather. Very Good. 218, 43 p. Respined with repaired corners. Front hinge repaired internally. Lacks portrait of Bacon and 'A' leaf missing. Table of contents misbound between pp. 12 and 13. Some paper repairs. Mild spotting, ink stains, folded corners, minor tears. Last pages a bit chipped at top with no loss of text. Title continues: "Written by the Right Honourable Francis Lo. Verulam Viscount St. Alban. Published after the Authors death, By William Rawley Doctor in Divinity, one of his Majesties Chaplaines. Hereunto is now added an Alphabeticall Table of the principall things contained in the whole Worke." At rear is "New Atlantis. A Worke unfinished."

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         Sylva Sylvarum: Or, A Natural Historie. In Ten Centuries

      Printed by John Haviland, for William Lee, London 1639 - 218, 43 p. Respined with repaired corners. Front hinge repaired internally. Lacks portrait of Bacon and 'A' leaf missing. Table of contents misbound between pp. 12 and 13. Some paper repairs. Mild spotting, ink stains, folded corners, minor tears. Last pages a bit chipped at top with no loss of text. Title continues: "Written by the Right Honourable Francis Lo. Verulam Viscount St. Alban. Published after the Authors death, By William Rawley Doctor in Divinity, one of his Majesties Chaplaines. Hereunto is now added an Alphabeticall Table of the principall things contained in the whole Worke." At rear is "New Atlantis. A Worke unfinished." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         COSMOPOLITE OU NOUVELLE LUMIERE DE LA PHISIQUE NATURELLE. Traittant de la constitution generale des elements simples & des composez.

      A La Haye, de l'Imprimerie de Theodore Maire, 1639.. Possibly 4th edition, 1639, 12mo, approximately 140 x 80 mm, 5½ x 3¼ inches, small pictorial device to title page, pages: (14), 1 - 58, H4-L4, bound in full limp vellum, hand inked one word title to spine. Vellum slightly discoloured, early ink name on front pastedown, endpapers lightly browned and lightly foxed, neat repair to fore - edge and upper margin of title page, loss of a couple of letters in the middle, no loss of legibility (see image), neat repair to upper margin of H5 with loss of running title "Epistre" on H5v, lower margins lightly damp - stained throughout, some top margins also, pale age - browning throughout, two 10 mm (½") dark ink stains on H10v (Table) and H11r (page 1), loss of a few letters only on Table (see image), occasional light pencil underlining, and pale ink or pencil marks in a few margins, name stamped in red ink in upper margin of page 33, tiny ink correction to 1 word on page 52. A fair copy only, see images. Translation of: Novum lumen chemicum, a French edition originally published in Paris in 1609, and reissued In 1628 and1629. It was also published with 3 other treatises in French (2 by Le Sieur de Nuysement, another by Sendivogius: Traicté du Soulphre) in The Haag in 1639 - 40. Albert L. Caillet, Manuel Bibliographique des Sciences Psychiques ou Occultes, Volume III, page 517; Denise Duveen, Bibliotheca Alchemica et Chemica, page 543; A catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, page 314 No.5911 (1609); John Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica, Volume II page 367. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         Journael, gehouden op de reyse ende wederkomste van Oost-Indien. 2e druck van nieuws verbetert ende vermeerdert.

      Zwolle, Jan Gerritsz ende Frans Jorrijansz, 1639.4to. Old half cloth. With woodcut title vignette and engraved portrait (plate and map missing). 111 pp.First published in Zwolle in 1635; with bookplate of J. Verheus. - Zeyger van Rechteren went to the Dutch East Indies as 'kranck-besoecker' in service of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) with his wife and children on December 8th, 1628 and returned four and a half years later. He worked on Banda and gives an account of his own experiences and those of others in Formosa and China and Japan, including information about religion, inhabitants, morals, etc. The first attempts of the Dutch to trade in that region. - Very rare.Tiele 901; Tiele, Mémoire, pp. 251-253; Cat. NHSM I, p.173; Landwehr, VOC, 278; Cordier, B.S., col. 2339; Ruinen C9..

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE Rare Books]
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         Varones ilustres del Nuevo Mundo. Descubridores, conquistadores y pacificadores del opulento, dilatado y poderoso Imperio de las Indias Occidentales.

      Madrid, Diego Díaz de la Carrera 1639 - Fol. (22,2 x 28,6 cm.) 18 h. inc. port., 472-72 p., 16 h. sin num. Plena piel de época, lomo con hierros dorados y tejuelo rojo. Primera y única edición de esta importante obra para el estudio del descubrimiento y conquista de América. Recoge las vidas de los grandes exploradores y descubridores de los siglos XV y XVI: Cristóbal Colón, Alonso de Ojeda, Hernán Cortés, Francisco Pizarro, Juan Pizarro, Diego de Almagro, Hernando Pizarro, Gonzalo Pizarro y Diego García de Paredes. Ejemplar completo, algunas hojas amarronadas como es habitual en esta obra, pequeño punto de polilla en esquina superior externa de las primeras hojas, sin afectar texto. Palau, 227687; Salvá, 3381; Leclerc, 452. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Rare Antique Print-PARLIAMENT-MARIA DE MEDICI-THE HAGUE-SPECTATORS-la Serre-1639

      - Antique print, titled: 'Comme les deputez de messieurs les estatz salvent la Reyne aux aproches de La Hay' - (The members of the Parliament of state salute the Queen at she approaches the Hague). Large throngs of spectators line a dirt road on which Maria de Medici is transported toward the Hague in a coach. Etching on hand laid paper. Description: De la Serre's 'Histoire de l'entree de la Reyne Mere du Roy tres Chrestien dans les Provinces Unies des Pays-Bas' (London, Raworth, 1639). Very rare.Artists and Engravers: Anonymous. Illustrations for other works by De la Serre were engraved and signed by the Flemish painter and draughtsman Andries Pauli (Andries Pauwels; 1600-1639). Perhaps he was also connected with this publication as an engraver or preparer of the sketches. However, none of the plates are signed. The author of this work is Jean-Puget de la Serre (1594-1665), a French author and dramatist. He was part of the court of the exiled French Queen Mother Maria de Medici from 1628-1635. Condition: Very good, given age. Light soiling in margin. A small stain in the lower margin. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCRC-A2-16 The overall size is ca. 10.2 x 15.4 inch. The image size is ca. 7.9 x 10.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 26 x 39 cm. The image size is ca. 20 x 26.5 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Polyhistor, literarius, philosophicus et practicus. . 3 Teile in 2 Bänden Hrsg. von J. A. Fabricius

      22 Bll., 1072 S. , 26 S., 2 Bll., 28 S., 80 S., 604 S., 104 Bll. und mit gestochenen Porträt OPergament, mit jeweils 5 Bünden, Beide Bände in sehr guter Erhaltung, Einbände nur an Ecken minimal bestoßen, etwas begriffen, Buchbindung bei beiden Bänden fest und kompakt, Seiten sauber und kaum altersfleckig, außer alten Namenseintrag und eingeklebtes Namensetikett ohne Einträge, die Seiten 601 bis 604 im Band zwei sind an falscher Stelle beigebunden,....Morhof ( 1639-1691) war ein angesehender Professor und mehrfach Rektor der Universität Kiel. " Eines der hervorragendsten Werke des deutschen Barocks" (Seebaß) Ausgabe mit allen Ergänzungen und Erweiterungen. Die Ausgabe umfaßt alle Wissenschaften: Geisteswissenschaften, Philosophie, Naturgeschichte, Physik, Magie, Theologie, Medizin.

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         Rare Antique Print-COMEDY-MARIA DE MEDICI-CHANNEL-AMSTERDAM-La Serre-1639

      - Antique print, titled: 'Comme messieurs d'Amsterdam firent representer a l'honneur de la Reyne une commedie sur un canal' - (How the Gentlemen and Lords of Amsterdam stage, in the honour of the Queen, a comedy on a canal). Shows an aquatic theatre production, with men in rowboats jousting, and several mythological representations. Etching on hand laid paper. Description: De la Serre's 'Histoire de l'entree de la Reyne Mere du Roy tres Chrestien dans les Provinces Unies des Pays-Bas' (London, Raworth, 1639). Very rare.Artists and Engravers: Anonymous. Illustrations for other works by De la Serre were engraved and signed by the Flemish painter and draughtsman Andries Pauli (Andries Pauwels; 1600-1639). Perhaps he was also connected with this publication as an engraver or preparer of the sketches. However, none of the plates are signed. The author of this work is Jean-Puget de la Serre (1594-1665), a French author and dramatist. He was part of the court of the exiled French Queen Mother Maria de Medici from 1628-1635. Condition: Very good, given age. Light soiling in margin. Two stains in print, one in top and one in the lower edge of the image. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCRC-A2-20 The overall size is ca. 10.1 x 15.4 inch. The image size is ca. 7.7 x 10.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 25.6 x 39.2 cm. The image size is ca. 19.5 x 26 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         America Septentrionalis

      Amsterdam: Jodocus Hondius, 1639. unbound. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 18.75" x 21.5". 1639. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 18.75" x 21.5". 1639.This beautiful, large-scale map is one of the earliest Dutch depictions of North America. As such, it is also one of the most influential, particularly for its rendering of California as an island. This myth, which originated in literature in the early 16th century, found its seeming confirmation through this highly detailed map and its subsequent replication and dissemination. While the west provides the maps point of historical interest, it is in the east that one finds its beauty and elegance. The continents Atlantic coastline cascades along the vertical axis of the double-page map, extending from as far north as the Arctic Circle down to the northern part of South America and including the West Indies. Its ample labeling and detailed undulations demonstrate the wide extent of geographic knowledge that characterized the Dutch Golden Age. Notable inclusions are Iames Towne (Jamestown) in Virginia, Manhates (Manhattan), Lake Champlain and an early reference to the Great Lakes (Lac des Iroquois). In the lesser-known interior of the continent, a number of explanatory notes describe preliminary discoveries. Moreover, the small renderings of native wild animals are some of the earliest depictions of creatures, such as the Longhorn steer, buffalo, and wild horse, that Dutch explorers encountered in their incursions into hitherto unknown lands. The coast of Labrador for the first time includes Dutch terms, depicting the heightened whaling activities in the region.In South America, Hondius maps the legendary Lake Parima and the city of Manoa or the fabled kingdom of El Dorado along its banks. Following Sir Walter Raleigh's 1595 publication of "The Discoverie of the Large, Rich, and Bewtiful Empyre of Guiana", in which he connected the city of Manoa with El Dorado, European interest in the regain grew considerably in the 17th century and various explorers set out in search of gold in Guiana. The city and the lake would continue to appear on maps until the early 1800s.This is the rare first state of the map, without any imprint in the lower left cartouche. French text on verso. The map is in good condition with minor wear along the centerfold and minor spotting along the lower border. Narrow margins to neat line from binders cropping. Hard to find.Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612) was the founder of a prolific map publishing business, which helped to propel the Dutch to lead the Golden Age of cartography. When Jodocus the elder died in 1612, his wife Colette ran the business until their sons came of age to join the firm. During this time, their daughter Elisabeth married Johannes Jansson and the two of them helped Colette run the business. Jodocus & Colette's youngest son, Henricus Hondius (1597-1651) later ran the business along with his extended family.

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         The Common-wealth of Utopia: Containing a Learned and pleasant Discourse of the best state of a Publike Weale, as it is found in the Government of the new Ile called Utopia.

      London: Printed by B. Alsop & T. Fawcet, and are to be sold by Wil: Sheares, 1639 - Duodecimo (142 x 81 mm). Contemporary calf, red morocco label to spine, spine and boards ruled in blind, edges red. Housed in a red cloth-backed box, black calf labels to spine lettered and ruled in gilt. Light wear to joints and bumped corners, boards scuffed with a few spill-burns, endpapers browned from turn-ins, lower corner of sig. C6 torn affecting text on p. 36, fore edge of sig. G3 slightly torn affecting text on both pages, some infrequent spotting to contents, overall a very good copy. With the additional engraved title page by W. Marshall cut down, mounted, and inserted. Early ink inscriptions to front free endpaper and title page, library shelfmarks in neat pencil to front binder's blank. Fifth edition of Ralph Robinson's translation of Utopia, first published in 1551 and revised in 1556, with page 100 misnumbered as page 110 as Gibson notes some copies have. Alsop printed a corrected edition in 1624 with a dedication to More's great-grandson, Cresacre More, which is reprinted here. "It was written, like Gulliver's Travels, as a tract for the times, to rub in the lesson of Erasmus; it inveighs against the new statesmanship of all-powerful autocracy and the new economics of large enclosures and the destruction of the old common-field agriculture, just as it pleads for religious tolerance and universal education . More had all Swift's gift for utterly convincing romance: the beginning, when Rafael Hythlodaye recounts his voyages, has a vividness which draws the reader on into the political theory" (PMM). Gibson 29; Pforzheimer 741. Not in Sabin. See Printing and the Mind of Man 47.

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         Patrocinii debitorum calamitate belli depauperatorum pars prima suivi de Pars secunda

      - typis Willem Eder, Ingolstadii (Ingolstat) 1639, in 8 (16x10cm), (8) 526pp. -1., relié. - Prima edizione delle due parti che sono raramente soddisfatte. Manz è stato poi pubblicato altri due partiti. Cataloghi tedeschi assente, vi è un'edizione della parte IV (1640), in Scozia (in quanto le parti sono state vendute separatamente come hanno affrontato con specifiche.) Assente Brunet. Scorrere fino al pieno recupero riutilizzo di un manoscritto del XV secolo. Torna in gran parte mancante. Tracce di lacci. Foxing sulle coperture. P. 115-120, con una lacrima sul margine destro senza perdere influisce sul testo. Caspar Manz (1606-1677) avvocato e collaboratore del duca di Baviera, Ingolstat professore, ha scritto questo trattato di difesa contro i tributi e debiti di guerra che hanno rovinato i popoli e gli stati. Ex libris inciso: Castello di Duino. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de ces deux parties qui se trouvent rarement réunies. Manz fit publié plus tard deux autres parties. Absent aux catalogues allemands, on trouve une édition de la quatrième partie (1640) en Ecosse (car les parties se vendaient séparément puisqu'elles traitaient de points précis.) Absent à Brunet. Reliure en plein Parchemin à recouvrement réutilisant un manuscrit du Xve siècle. Dos en grande partie manquant. Traces de lacets. Mouillures sur les plats. P. 115 à 120, une déchirure avec manque en marge droite sans atteinte au texte. Caspar Manz (1606-1677) jurisconsulte et collaborateur du duc de Bavière, professeur à Ingolstat, écrivit ce traité de défense contre les tributs et les dettes de guerre qui ruinaient les peuples et les états. Ex libris gravé : Castello di Duino.

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         Danielis Heinsii Sacrarum Exercitationum ad Novum Testamentum, Libri XX. In quibus Contextus Sacer illustratur, SS. Patrum aliorumque sententiae examinantur, Interpretationes denique antiquae aliaeque ad eum expenduntur.

      ex officina Elseviriorum, Lugduni Batavorum 1639 - [12]+ (43)+ [5]+ 966+ [86] pages p. Quibus Aristarchus sacer, emendatior nec paulo auctior, Indicesque aliquot uberrimi accedunt. Greec and latin text Folio. Bound in a fine contemporary full vellum with old caligrafated titel on spine. The content very fine and clean . The binding with amaller spots, and bumped corners [Attributes: First Edition]

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         1639 Roma, Vetus Ac Recens (Old and New) - Alessandro Donati. Fold-outs, etchings illustrating. Topographical and architectural.

      Manelphi Manelphij, Rome 1639 - A delightful study of Rome's topographical and architectural antiquities, printed in 1639, with a number of etchings and foldouts for illustration. This is the first state, although printing began in 1638. Signed by a noted antiquarian of the 19th century (title page), John Yonge Akerman. Somewhat rare, Worldcat shows only eight copies in the world's libraries. About the Author - A Jesuit prefect of the School of Humanities at the Collegio Romanio. Provenance of the Book and Binding - Several ex libris marks of Carolinian schools, one in Rome and one in the U.S. I believe Akerman may have simply applied his name to the title page, and never was an owner. The Carolinian Seminary in the U.S. just recently purged many of their antiquarian books so I would guess the Carolinian's in Rome passed the book to the U.S. counterpart and its only recently been available for public purchase. Physical Attributes - Measures 24 x 17.5 x 3.25 cm. Vellum spine and corners (1/4) with marbled paper covered boards. Marbled endpapers and all edges marbled. Pages (complete, none missing) - 2 leaves blank unpaginated, 6 leaves (frontis, title, etc.), 404 pages (numbered both sides), index of ix pages, errata of i page. One frontis illustration. 7 etchings (several full-page), and 3 foldout illustrations. Printer's device of a bee on title page. Condition of the Book - See pictures. Shelf wear with marbled paper and vellum wearing at board edges. Rubbing to boards and some soiling. Ex library, with associated marks inside and on spine. Two cracks on spine. Spine label is missing. Call number sticker on pastedown. Ex libris of a Carolinian Rome College on blank endpaper. Some toning and soiling throughout but it is not excessive. Title page has a pencil call number, inscription of J.Y. Akerman, and stamp of U.S. Carolinian Seminary and small loss at bottom right; none of this affects text. Stamp and pencil call number on page following the title page. Some foxing on foldout at 48-49. Cancel (paste over) of details printed erroneously on p. 97. 3" tear at p. 119. Several small edge tears. Red pencil note on page 264. Pencil numbers on recto of rear endpaper. Bottom edge tear of foldout at page 108. 1500 grams [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Troisième centurie des questions traitées aux Conférences du Bureau d'Adresse, depuis le 18. février jusques au 17. janvier 1639.

      A Paris, Bureau d'Adresse 1639 - In-4° relié plein vélin de l'époque.524 pages En 1628 ou 1629, Renaudot ouvrit un « bureau d'adresses » avec don d'un privilège royal. Il s'agissait pour lui d'accueillir offres et demandes d'emplois, afin d'apporter un remède à la pauvreté et au vagabondage sans le concours de l'Église, de la charité traditionnelle ou encore de l'enfermement. En 1633, une ordonnance contraignit tous les sans emplois à s'y inscrire. Cette mesure fut accompagnée cette année-là de la création du premier journal d'annonces : la Feuille du bureau d'adresses. Son bureau, installé dans l'île de la Cité à l'enseigne du Grand Coq, situé rue de la Calandre, prospéra et accueillit de nombreuses activités. Pour 3 sous, on pouvait faire figurer dans le journal des propositions de vente, de location ou de service. Il y installa également un dispensaire, payant pour les aisés et gratuit pour les pauvres. Il y accueillit même à partir de 1632 des conférences hebdomadaires médicales, puis variées, ouvrant l'ère des conférences mondaines et formant l'image de « l'honnête homme ». Enfin Louis XIII l'autorise le 27 mars 1637 à ouvrir un mont-de-piété dans son bureau d'adresses qu'il transforme en salle des ventes. Sa réussite fut si importante qu'en 1641 il put ouvrir au Louvre une succursale de son bureau d'adresses. Néanmoins, cela lui attira de nombreuses inimitiés de la part de la faculté de médecine de Paris. Théophraste Renaudot (1586-1653), founder of French journalism and of various institutions for social betterment. Touched by the hordes of paupers who infested Paris after the wars of religion, he opened the first employment agency. In 1631 he established what is generally regarded as the first French newspaper, the Gazette, later called Gazette de France, which appeared weekly up to 1914. Both Louis XII and Richelieu, realizing the power exerted by the press upon public opinion, contributed to the Gazette, and Richelieu granted Renaudot a news monopoly. He founded, in anticipation of the Academy of Sciences, a learned society, whose purpose was to give a weekly lecture, followed by a symposium, on any subject other than theology and politics. The conferences were open to all who bothered to come and they were conducted in French, the topic of each conference was decided by the participants. To allow maximum freedom of speech and expression the names of the contributors were not given in the printed texts. It is known that many of the leading philosophers took part in these conferences: Gassendi, Descartes, Campanella, Mersenne and both father and son Pascal are only a few of those believed to have participated.Topics dealt with are among others "The movement or immobility of the earth" (a highly controversial subject), perpetual motion, a variety of medical topics, a large number of philosophical topics, and also social issues were discussed: S'il est meilleur à un Etat d'avoir des Esclaves? - De la mémoire artificielle - Du règlement des pauvres - De la cabbale - Des comètes - De la Methode (de Descartes) - De la coustume - De l'imagination, etc. etc.After the death of his protector, Richelieu, all Renaudot's 'innocent inventions', with the exception of his newspaper, were suppressed by the Parlement of Paris, but they exerted a lasting influence upon the institutional development of France [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Elements of the Common Lawes of England, Branched into a double Tract. London, J. More

      1639 - 4to, [xx], 94, [viii], 72pp, later panelled calf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         ZEE SCHLACH VOOR DUYNKERCKEN DOOR MARTEN H. TROMP Anno 1638

      Naval battle off the coast near Dunkirk on 18 February 1639. Battle between the States fleet held by Maarten Tromp and a Spanish fleet trying to break the blockade of the port. Used as illustration in I. Commelin, Frederick Hendrick van Nassauw Prince van Orangien : zyn leven en bedryf, Jodocus Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1651. On top right:´Twede Part Fol. 34.´ Lettered in the sky:´ZEE SCHLACH VOOR DUYNKERCKEN / DOOR MARTEN H. TROMP Anno 1638.´ Etching on paper with margins; platemark: 274 x 356 mm; total: 295 x 369 mm. Very good conditions. PH4F

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         Memoires de Frederic Henri prince d' Orange qui contiennent ses expeditions militaire depuis 1621 jusqua l' annee 1646. Amsterdam, P. Humbert, 1733.

      Full contemporary leather, 35+362+(13) pag. Illustrated with a good portrait, engraved title and 9 etchings in the text (maps of Maastricht, 's Hertogenbosch, Schenkenschans, Breda, Sas van Gent and Spaanse vloot 1639, begroeting prins bij Maastricht, vloot op het Slaak, installatie stadhouder. All by Bernard Picart. A mystification? (STCN).B0786.

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         America sive India Nova ad magnae Gerardi Mercatoris aui Vniversalis imitationem in compendium redacta

      Hondius, [Amsterdam 1639 - Copper-engraved map, French text on verso. Roundels at each corner with inset maps of the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba and Hispaniola, the remaining containing the cartouche. A fine example of one of the most celebrated maps of the Americas, the only printed map by Gerard Mercator's grandson Michael. Made by Gerard's grandson Michael to complete the atlas ( Atlantis Pars Altera ) begun by Gerard in 1584, this map is noted for its outstanding design and beauty, particularly its symmetrical configuration of circular insets and Mannerist flow of vines, flowers and leaves surrounding the circular map. Largely based on Rumold Mercator's world map of 1587, this map aptly reflects 16th-century knowledge, theories and suppositions regarding the New World. Naturally, most of this new knowledge was coastal, and configurations of any large areas were greatly hampered by the lack of a sound means of determining longitude. Nevertheless, the collective accomplishment of explorers and mapmakers represented in this map is astounding, showing in a generally correct way the vast extent of the New World. "A few of the most famous theories are still present: a large inland lake in Canada, two of the four islands of the North Pole, a bulge to the west coast of South America and the large southern continent" (Burden). The map appeared in 1595 and 1606 editions of the Atlantis Pars Altera , after which the plate was sold to Jodocus Hondius, who reissued the maps in varying editions through 1639. The present example includes French text on verso (confirming it to be a Hondius issue), but is apparently an unrecorded variant without a signature mark on verso. Burden, The Mapping of North America I, 87; Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Me 22; Goss, The Mapping of North America, 19; America Emergent 12.

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         ENTENDIMENTO LITERAL E CONSTRVIC,AM PORTUGVESA DE TODAS AS OBRAS DE HORACIO

      - Principe dos Poetas Latinos Lyricos. COM INDEX COPIOSO DAS historias, & fabulas conteúdas nellas. A IORGE GOMEZ DO ALEMO Caualeiro do habito de Christo. POR INDVSTRIA DE FRANCISCO da Costa mercador de liuros, & impresso á sua custa. Anno [vinheta tipográfica]. 1639. Em Lisboa. Com todas as licenças. Por Manoel da Sylva. In 8º (de 19x13 cm) com [iv], 250 págs. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível com vestígios de atilhos e título manuscrito na lombada. Exemplar com leve mancha de humidade na folha de rosto e com algumas folhas manchadas nas margens por falha na coloração original do corte superior das folhas. Primeira edição desta obra bilingue (Latim e Português) colocados literalmente e sucessivamente na mesma frase, oferecendo à tradução clássica um sentido e um entendimento pedagógico. Obra rara: BNP apenas refere a edição de 1657 impressa em Lisboa por Henrique Valente de Oliveira (Exposição Horaciana 223, Arouca H 34, BM 106, 873). H ORACIO FLACCO, Quinto. ENTENDIMENTO LITERAL E CONSTRVIC,AM PORTUGVESA DE TODAS AS OBRAS DE HORACIO [Literal understanding and Portuguese translation of the complete works of Horacio]. Edited by Manoel da Silva in 1639 in Lisbon, sponsored by the bookseller Francisco da Costa. In 8º (19 x13 cm) with [iv], 250 pps. Contemporary flexible vellum binding with traces of clasps and handwritten title on spine. Slight foxing in the frontispiece with some marginal stains on pages due to the lack of colouring on the upper edges. First edition of this bilingual work (Latin and Portuguese), being both languages presented on the same sentence, thus enrichening the translation with a pedagogical sense and understanding. Rare work. The Portuguese National Library (BNP) only refers the 1657 edition printed in Lisbon by Henrique Valente de Oliveira (Exposição Horaciana [Horatio exhibition] 223, Arouca H 34, BM 106, 873). Inocêncio IX, 282 (Francisco da Costa): ?Francisco da Costa, Livreiro, ou mercador de livros, segundo Barbosa, que não teve dele maior conhecimento que o dado pela obra que imprimiu com o seguinte título: Entendimento litteral e construcção portugueza de todas as obras de Horacio. Com index copioso das historias e fabulas conteudas n'ellas. Lisboa, por Manuel da Silva 1638. 4.º (Barbosa diz 1639.) Esta edição é muito rara. Barbosa teve um exemplar, que em 1793 existia na livraria real da Ajuda, e possuía outro o bispo de Beja Cenáculo, como diz Joaquim José da Costa e Sá na sua tradução da Arte Poética de Horácio a pag. 23. Creio porém ter visto outra edição mais moderna desta mesma obra diferente em todo o caso do Comento de Gaspar Pinto Corrêa, de que se fará menção em seu lugar. [?] É na realidade de 1639 e não de 1638, o que verifiquei por um exemplar (alias maltratado) que dela alcancei por favor do Sr. Pereira Caldas. O mesmo me diz possuir um exemplar da segunda edição deste livro, com titulo idêntico, feita à custa de Mateus Rodrigues, mercador de livros em Lisboa, e impressa na Offic. de Henrique Valente de Oliveira (esqueceu-lhe designar o ano) também no formato de 4.o - Tanto uma como a outra edição compreendem VIII (innumeradas) - 250 folhas numeradas só na frente. Há ainda a edição mais moderna, a que me refiro no final do artigo, e tem esta no titulo: Obras de Horacio, principe dos poetas latinos lyricos com intendimento litteral e construição portugueza, ornadas de um indice explicativo das historias e fabulas conteudas n'ellas. Emendadas nesta ultima impressão. Coimbra, na Offic. de Jose Antunes da Silva 1718. 4.º de IV-476 pag? Location/localizacao: 5-4-E-15 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Della istoria di Pietro Giovanni Capriata libri dodici. Nè quali si contengono tutti imonumenti d'arme successi in Italia dal 1613. fino al 1634

      Bologna 1639 - In 4°, pp. (8), 744, (32), stemma araldico calcografico al frontespizio. Fascinosa legatura coeva in pergamena un po' allentata, con grande titolo a carattere gotico manoscritto al dorso.

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         LUSIADAS DE LUIS DE CAMOENS PRINCIPE DE LOS POETAS DE ESPAÑA. AL REY NUESTRO SEÑOR FELIPE QUARTO EL GRANDE. COMENTADAS POR MANUEL DE FARIA I SOUSA PRIMERO I SEGUNDO TOMO.

      Juan Sanchez y Antonio Duplastre., Madrid. 1639 - 12 h., 552 columnas, 652 columnas. Ejemplar, como casi todos los ejemplares, con papel acido y amarronado. Unas pocas hojas con pequeña restauración antigua. Ilustrado con retratos y grabados. Rara edición. La obra completa son 4 partes y aquí sólo están las ds primeras. Plena piel siglo XVIII con pequeña perdida en cabeza y pie.

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         A Large Declaration concerning the late Tumults in Scotland from their first originals: Together with a Particular Deduction of the seditious Practices of the Prime Leaders and Covenanters: Collected out of their owne foule Acts and Writings: By which it doth plainly appeare, that Religion was onely pretended by those Leaders, but nothing lesse intended by them

      London: Printed by Robert Young, 1639, 1639. FIRST EDITION. 1 vol., (ii)430pp.(i), folio, 11-1/4" x 7-5/8", the issue with the side note on page 41, complete with the engraved frontis of Charles I and the final colophon leaf. Bound in fine contemporary full brown calf over cords, covers ruled in gilt, gilt corner pieces, gilt royal crest to both covers, edges of textblock tinted red, spine rebacked with the original spine laid down, ties replaced, minor damp stain to top edge of textblock otherwise largely clean and bright throughout, overall still a VERY GOOD copy. STC 21906. This work contains key declarations and documents relating to the events in Scotland, which subsequently led to the outbreak of Civil War in England. It was answered by W. Ker in "A True Representation of the Prceedings of the Kingdome of Scotland," 1640.

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         DISCORSO DELL'ORIGINE FORMA LEGGI ED USO DELL'UFFICIO DELL'INQUISITIONE NELLA CITTA E DOMINIO DI VENETIA (...)

      Senza luogo di stampa (ma Ginevra) Senza editore (ma Pietro Aubert) 1639 4° Pagine 2 carte bianche + 8 non numerate + 158 + 3 carte bianche. Legatura coeva in pergamena. Titolo calligrafato al dorso. Sporadiche fioriture. Ottima copia. Raro e non comune Cfr: Melzi, 4954

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         Cum notis G. Vossii

      Elzeviriana, Lugd. Batavorum 1639 - [10], 116p, [28], 128p, [2]. 18th century olive morocco with richly gilt boards and gilt foredge.Edited by Gerardus Vossius (1577-1649). Willems#484, Berghman#2105, Rahir#479, Copinger#3522. Schweiger III p1127. Ebert #23475 'Of critical value'. A fresh clean and attractive copy nicely printed and in a well preserved binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Historia de la celestial vocacion, missiones apostolicas y gloriosa muerte, del P. Marcelo Francisco Mastrili

      First edition. One of the rarest Jesuit relations; it narrates the life, missionary work and martyrdom of Father Marcelo Mastrili (1603 - 1637) in Japan on Mount Unzen (outskirts of Nagasaki) under the Tokugawa Shogunate. Mastrili had sailed to Japan with aims of reconverting the "fallen priest" Christovao Ferreira who had renounced his faith. Ferreira (c. 1580 - 1650) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary, he worked in Japan from 1609 to 1633 and was the head of the Jesuit Order in that country during the religious purges against Christianity in 1633; after being tortured for hours, committed apostasy, subsequently changing his name to Sawano Chuan and registering at a Buddhist temple. Mastrili was arrested shortly after landing - the relation of his travesty towards Japan is also noted-; he was then submitted to torture and beheaded. Mysticism did not elude Mastrili, he reported to having visions of St. Francis Xavier who cured him twice. Furthermore, it contains accounts of missions to Goa, Mindanao and Japan. Subjects include "La celestial vocacion a la mission de la India", "La apostolica misiondel P. Marcelo en la jornada de Mindanao", "La entrada en el Japon... tormentos y muerte gloriosa". Engraved title with large coat of arms, signed with monogram "AF?" and engraved frontispiece showing the martyrdom of the Italian Jesuit Father Mastrili by the hands of the local authorities. Stafford (1599 - 1642) was an English Jesuit, historian and mathematician, he wrote an extensive treatise on calculating instruments and several manuscripts relating to science. The work's rarity is considerable, with only two copies in public institutions in Spain (one defective) and no copies having appeared for auction in the last 30 years. Palau, 321913 ("Obra de estima en comercio").

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        Patrocinii debitorum calamitate belli depauperatorum pars prima suivi de Pars secunda

      typis Willem Eder 1639 - - typis Willem Eder, Ingolstadii (Ingolstat) 1639, in 8 (16x10cm), (8) 526pp. -1., relié. - Edition originale de ces deux parties qui se trouvent rarement réunies. Manz fit publié plus tard deux autres parties. Absent aux catalogues allemands, on trouve une édition de la quatrième partie (1640) en Ecosse (car les parties se vendaient séparément puisqu'elles traitaient de points précis.) Absent à Brunet. Reliure en plein Parchemin à recouvrement réutilisant un manuscrit du Xve siècle. Dos en grande partie manquant. Traces de lacets. Mouillures sur les plats. P. 115 à 120, une déchirure avec manque en marge droite sans atteinte au texte. Caspar Manz (1606-1677) jurisconsulte et collaborateur du duc de Bavière, professeur à Ingolstat, écrivit ce traité de défense contre les tributs et les dettes de guerre qui ruinaient les peuples et les états. Ex libris gravé : Castello di Duino. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition of the two parts that are rarely met. Manz was later published two other parties. Absent German catalogs, there is an edition of Part IV (1640) in Scotland (because the parties were sold separately as they dealt with specifics.) Absent Brunet. Scroll to full recovery reusing a manuscript of the fifteenth century. Back in large part missing. Traces of laces. Foxing on covers. P. 115-120, with a tear in the right margin without missing affect the text. Caspar Manz (1606-1677) lawyer and contributor to the Duke of Bavaria, Ingolstat professor, wrote this defense treaty against tributes and war debts that ruined peoples and states. Engraved bookplate: Castello di Duino. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! (8) 526pp. -1. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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