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        Walonis Messalini De episcopis et presbyteris contra D[ionysium] Petavium Loiolitam dissertatio prima.

      Lugduni Batavorum: Ex officina Ioannis Maire 8vo (15.8 cm, 6.25"). 476 pp., [1], [1 (blank)] ff.. 1641 Walo Messalinus" is a pseudonym for Claude Saumaise (or Salmasius, 1588–1653), a Huguenot classicist and theologian probably best noted for his attacks on the papacy. In this treatise he argues against the Jesuit patrologist Denis Petau that bishops and presbyters were the same in the early church, and thus that presbyterian polity was more primitive. The text of this => sole edition is printed in roman with a goodly amount of Greek, while the title-page is printed in black and red and ornamented with a woodcut vignette of a man digging beneath the motto "Fac et spera." => "Do and hope." Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 8432 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). Vellum over paste boards. Ex-library with bookplate, a bit of pencilling, paper labels on spine and pressure-stamps, yet a copy notably clean, bright, and even crisp; perhaps a half-dozen leaves sometime exposed to a small spill(?) lightly marking lower outer corner-tips. => One "pencilling" ("Sund. 8732") notes the Sunderland provenance as does the upper "paper label on spine." All edges speckled red.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
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        Harmoniae evangelicae, a praestantiss. theol. D.M. Chemnitio primum inchoatae [1641] + Harmoniae Euangelistarum Chemnitio-Lyserianae continvatio [1646] (2 volumes)

      Geneuae : Ex typographia Iacobi Stoer + Roterodami : Ex bibliopolio Arnold Leers, 1641 - 1646. Hardcover. Good. 2 volume set. Folios, 35 cm. Uniformly bound in full leather. Rebacked. Title vignettes in red and black. Biblical text in Greek and Latin. Collated: [12], 30, [42] pages, 1894 columns, [9], 372, [12] pages. + [8], 1223, [48] pages. Since the advent of the church, there were attempts to reconcile the four gospels into a chronological and ordered narrative. The 16th century saw a rise in the production in Gospel harmonies, as the burgeoning Protestant movement and its offshoots attempted to decipher the true nature of the Gospels. After Martin Luther, Martin Chemnitz and Johann Gerhard are often recognized as the greatest theologians of the Lutheran Church. This book is a valuable Lutheran interpretation of the Harmony of the first four books of the New Testament. Chemnitz published Chapters 1-51 in 1593, succeeded by Leyser in 1603-11 with Chapters 52-140. Gerhard finished the work in 1626-27 with Chapters 141-218. The substantial work provides the text of the Gospels in Greek and Latin with prolific commentary and exegesis. This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. Harmoniae euangelicae, a præstantiss. theol. D.M. Chemnitio primum inchoatae. "In Harmoniam historiae euangelicae de Passione, Crucifixione, morte, sepultura, Resurrectione et Ascensione Christi Saluatoris nostri, ex quatuor Euangelistis contextam: commentarius conscriptus" has half-title.

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        The Prisoners and Claracilla. Two Tragae-Comedies. As they were presented at the Phoenix in Drury-Lane, by her Mties Servants

      London: Printed by T. Cotes, for Andrew Crooke, 1641. First edition. General title, The Prisoners and Claracilla each has separately dated title-page, the first dated 1640, continuous register. [156] pp. 12mo. Contemporary limp vellum, remnants of spine label, several leaves loose, paper flaw on C2 costing several letters in seven lines, with a dark blue cloth chemise and morocco-backed slipcase. First edition. General title, The Prisoners and Claracilla each has separately dated title-page, the first dated 1640, continuous register. [156] pp. 12mo. These are Killigrew's first published plays. "The Prisoners, a romantic tragicomedy [was] composed in 1635 and performed at the Phoenix, Drury Lane, by Her Majesty's Servants in 1636, may have been a successful bid for royal favour. In October 1635 he was given the opportunity to accompany Walter Montague, the queen's favourite, on his travels to the continent. Before 17 January 1636 they arrived at Vercelli in Italy, then continued south to Rome and Naples, where Killigrew's next two tragicomedies, Claricilla and The Princess, were composed, in whole or in part. Claricilla was performed at the Phoenix before 1641" (ODNB). STC 14959; ESTC S108016; Wing K452; Greg II 619(a) and 620(a); Woodward & McManaway 709. Provenance: Stewart of Cotness (bookplate; Baldwin (bookplate); Robert S. Pirie (bookplate)

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        Epitome de los principios y progressos de las guerras de Cataluña.

      Pedro Lacavalleria, Barcelona 1641 - "EPITOME DE LOS PRINCIPIOS Y PROGRESSOS de las guerras de Cataluña en los años 1640 y 1641 y señalada vitoria de Montjuyque." LIBRO IMPORTANTE Y MUY APRECIADO Impreso en BARCELONA, Pedro Lacavalleria, 1641. 2 h., incluso dicha portada. Grabado de dos Angeles orantes, que sostienen una Custodia. En LISBOA. Con todas las licencias, por Antonio Alvarez. Impresor del Rey N. S. Año 1640 u 1641. En 4º, bien encuadernado en piel, las dos hojas citadas y el resto 38 hojas sin numerar, total 40 hojas. Signaturas A-I de 4 h., K de 2. Magnífico ejemplar. PALAU 285724 MAGNIFICO EJEMPLAR. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: J Cristobal Soliño]
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        Ein Hundert [Das Andere Hundert] Episteln, oder Sendschreiben, Von unterschiedlichen, Politischen, Historischen, und andern Materien, und Sachen [...]. 2 in einem Band.

      Ulm, Johann Görlin, 1641-1642. 8°. Titelbll. in Rot u. Schwarz m. Holzschn.-Vignette. 20 Bll., 614 S., 33 Bll.; 24 Bll., 537 (1) S., 38 Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Der erste, 1642 erschiene Teil (das VD17 kennt nur eine Ausgabe von 1641 bzw. spätere) mit dem Vermerk „Jetzt zum Andermal fleissig durchsehen, und mit kurtzen Summarien vermehrt“; der zweite, 1641 datierte Teil in Erstausgabe. - Der österr. Schriftsteller, Historiker u. Geograph Martin Zeiller (1589-1661) studierte seit 1608 in Wittenberg Geschichte und Rechtswissenschaften, war 1612-29 Hauslehrer und Sekretär bei protestantischen Adelsfamilien in Oberösterreich und bereiste Deutschland, Frankreich und Italien. Seit 1630 Bürger von Ulm, wurde er 1633 Aufseher des Gymnasiums, 1641 Bücherzensor und 1643 Schulinspektor. Zeiller veröffentlichte umfangreiche volkssprachliche Werke, die geographisches, historisches und praktisches Wissen für ein breites Publikum darboten. Zeiller verfaßte u.a. die Texte zur Reihe “Topographiae Germaniae” (seit 1642, mit Matthäus Merian) u. betätigte sich auch als Übersetzer französischer Literatur. - Der dekorative Einband etw. berieben. Wenige Bll. m. kl. Randläsuren. Durchg. etw. gebräunt. - Vgl. VD17, 23:274533W. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Zeiller, Ein Hundert [Das Andere Hundert] Episteln, oder Sendschreiben, Von unterschiedlichen, Politischen, Historischen, und andern Materien, und Sachen

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        A Pack of Patentees. Opened. Shuffled. Cut. Dealt. And Played.

      Type ornament device on title & a type ornament headpiece at beginning of text. 15 pp. Small 4to, polished calf (head of spine a bit chipped), signed "F. Bedford," triple gilt fillet round sides, spine gilt, a.e.g. "London, Printed in the yeare 1641." First edition of this very rare anonymous satire in verse, which criticizes monopolies and patents placed on goods such as coals, soap, starch, leather, gold wire, wine, salt, tobacco and butter. By the reign of James I, patents had become so numerous and unfairly granted that they were considered oppressive and unjust to various classes, especially tradesmen and manufacturers. King James was forced to revoke all existing monopolies (except for "novel inventions") and declare that they were only to be used for "projects of new invention." This "statute of monopolies," enacted in 1624, became the foundation for all later developments in patent law in England and elsewhere. It was a fundamental landmark in the transition of Britain's economy from the feudal to the capitalist. However, James I's successor, Charles I continued to abuse the patents system and it was only during the English Restoration that this system of abuse was curtailed. The present work, written during Charles I's reign, bitterly describes the injustices within certain trades and industries. A fine copy preserving the deckle on all lower edges. Huth bookplate (sale Sotheby's 17 July 1917, lot 5630) and the armorial bookplate of Lord Fairfax of Cameron. .

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        De pythagoraea animarum transmigratione, opuscolum Paganini Gaudentii. Accedunt de Aristoteleo Veterum Contemptu, Juliani imperat. Philosophia, Aperipato Iul. Caes. Scaligeri. Exercitationes cum italica excursione, inscripta: Redintegrazione de'poeti opposta à Platone.

      Pisa Massae & de Landis 1641 - [2 kleine Ornamente] Pisis, Typis Amatoris Massae, & Laurentii de Landis. M.DC.XLI (Pisa, Amador Massi und Lorenzo Landi 1641). Superiorum Permissu. 13 Blätter (1 Blatt mit Schmutztitel recto, verso blank, fehlt !); 324 Seiten. Späterer Halblederband über fünf Bünden, mit wenig Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Deckelbezügen.(21,7 x 16 cm) 8°. OCLC 457632422, 470409627, 69064506, 79557019 und 494417651. Fabricius II, 776. BMC I, 348. Der spätere Halblederband mit Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren: am oberen Kapital eine Fehlstelle und Einrisse, ein Bund ebenfalls leicht defekt, die Ecken stark verknickt und mit Materialverlust. Innen meist sauber, anfangs sich verlierende Wasserspur im oberen weißen Rand und Bundsteg. Das Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt, der auf dem folgenden Blatt abgedruckte Hinweis zur Buchkritik gänzlich in rot. Das Blatt mit dem Schmutztitel wurde beim Einbinden nicht beigebunden und liegt als Kopie bei. Auf dem Titelblatt ein handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk, leider mit späteren Literaturangaben überschrieben, ein weiterer Literaturhinweis weist auf ein etwa 100 Jahre später erschienenes ähnliches Werk von Osiander hin, weitere auf dem vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz verso. Mit hübschen Initialen und Vignetten geschmückt. * Bitte fordern Sie bei Interesse unsere umfangreichen Anmerkungen an. * * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 2001 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Geometriae practicae novae et auctae tractatus I (-IV). 4 Tle. in 1 Bd. Mit 2 gest. und 2 Holzschnitt-Titelbordüren, 1 gest. Porträt und zahlr. (4 ganzseit.) Textholzschnitten.

      J. Dümler . -, Nürnberg 1641 - Pgt. d. Zt. 4to. - Zweite erweiterte Gesamtausgabe aller 4 Traktate, insges. dritte Ausgabe. Erschien erstmals 1618 in nur 3 Teilen, die Ausgabe 1625-26 wurde 1627 um Tl. IV erweitert. Die hier vorliegende Ausgabe ist die vollständigste mit Schwenters letzten Umarbeitungen und Erweiterungen. - Klassisches Lehrbuch der praktischen Geometrie, "das beste derartige Werk im 17. Jahrhundert" (Cantor in ADB XXXIII, 414). - "This is the first edition containig the forth part (sic!), and was the one on which Prof. Cantor based his description of the work in Vorlesungen, Bd. II, 2. A. pp. 666-70" (Sotheran). - Neben den mit dem Dichter Harsdörffer hrsg. Deliciae mathematicae das Hauptwerk des Nürnberger Mathematikers und Orientalisten Daniel Schwenter (1585-1636). - Behandelt in 4 Teilen Geometrie, Vermessung, den von seinem Lehrer und Gönner Prätorius erfundenen geometrischen Meßtisch und gibt die deutsche Übertragung von Camillo Ravertas Geometricum problema. - Die Textholzschnitte mit zahlr. Landvermessungen und geometrischen Figuren, das schöne, von Lucas Kilian gestochene Porträt zeigt Schwenter. - Gering gebräunt, 1 Lage gelöst. Ob. Kap. mit Läsuren, Schließbänder entfernt. Insges. guterhalten und nahezu fleckenfrei. VD 17, 23:241505U, 23:241507K, 1:031351C, 23:241511V. - Sotheran Suppl. II, 2423. - Vgl. Poggendorff II, 878 und Dt. Mus., Libri rari 253 (Ausg. 1625-26). 800 g. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An Exact Book of Most Approved Presidents Both in Latin and English: viz . . . Indentures, Leases, Deeds of Sale . . . Also, Supplications, Bills and Answers in Chancery . . . with Presidents for Justices of Peace Clerks [etc.]. Wing E3628

      A rare work, seeking to provide an encyclopedic range of forms, including (in addition to those mentioned above) letters-patent, gifts, grants, annuities, releases, surrenders, letters of attorney, wills, and petitions in equity; two copies in ESTC. Contemporary sheep, shaken, with the remains of the title and a second leaf of the 1641 edition (this its reissue) evident; the Taussig copy. Printed and are to be sold by Rob. Pawley [etc.], London, 1663.

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        A Parallell betweene Robert late Earle of Essex, and George late Duke of Buckingham. Written by Sir Henry Wotton, Knight, &c.

      4to. Late 19th century full red morocco made for the Piccadilly bookseller Toovey, spine with raised bands, ornamented in gilt, marbled endpapers; pp. [2], 14, double portrait in woodcut on title; other pamphlets removed from binding at an earlier date (filled with blanks), hinges a little rubbed; one corner of title expertly restored, woodcut cropped at outer margin, otherwise a fine copy with a good provenence: 19th-century armorial engraved bookplate of C.W.H. Sotheby (d.1887) of Ecton Hall, Northants. inside front cover, later gilt-stamped red morocco bookplate of W.A. Foyle, Beeleigh Abbey, Essex, on opposite fly-leaf. First edition of this double biography and character assessment of two eminent political figures in England at the beginning of the 17th century. The first had been the major player in the Essex Rebellion, which had begun with a staging of Richard II at the Globe Theatre and ended with the Earl of Essex's beheading in the Tower. The Duke of Buckingham did not rebel against a monarch, he was the favourite (some say lover) of James I and was a member of Francis Bacon's intellectual circle, before being stabbed to death by a critic of his military leadership. The author Wotton had been, together with Francis Bacon (whose writings he published), an initial supporter of the Essex Rebellion. Sir Henry Wotton was an English politician, ambassador on various missions in Europe, writer and later Provost of Eton. He announces at the beginning 'Amongst those Historicall Imployments, whereunto I have devoted my later yeares, (for I read, that old men live more by memorie than by hope) we thoght it would be a little time not ill spent, to confer the Fortunes and the natures of these two great personages of so late knowledge, wherein I intend to doe them right with the truth thereof, and my selfe with the freedome' (p. 1). Provenance: William Alfred Westropp Foyle (1885-1963) was a successful bookseller who founded the business in 1903. At Beeleigh Abbey in Essex, purchased by him in the 1940s he created one of the largest book collections, which was sold at auction in 2000, the single most valuable collection of books ever to be sold in Britain or Europe. ESTC R23450.

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        Relacio verdadera dels bons successos de la armada del del mar del rey christianisim Lluy XIII. en los mars de Cathaluña y dels que van succehint en lo exercit de terra en lo camp, ab lo estat en que esta` la ciutat de Tarragona, y una carta que trobaren ab un vaxell del virrey de Mallorca que anava al Comte Duch

      1641 - A Catalan newsletter recording the recent successes of Louis XIII of France against Spain. 1641. Barcelona. Iaume Romeu. In small 4to (194 mm x 135 mm). 4 ff. Brown half morocco by Riviere & Son, gilt edges, joints rubbed and worn. Excellent copy internally. In 1640 Catalonia had risen against Castilian rule and France, which had been at war with Spain since 1635, supported the rebels. Newsletters such as this were produced to satisfy an eager readership for reports of the campaigns of the allied Catalan and French forces. The title page is illustrated with a woodcut of two ships. Rare, not in COPAC. OCLC locates one copy only (BN Spain). Palau, 256988 (calling for 3 leaves; 256986 has 4 leaves but the wording of its title differs slightly). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ACTS AND MONUMENTS OF MATTERS MOST SPECIALL AND MEMORABLE, HAPPENING IN THE CHURCH, WITH AN UNIVERSALL HISTORIE OF THE SAME. . . . WITH THE BLOODY TIMES, HORRIBLE TROUBLES, AND GREAT PERSECUTIONS AGAINST THE TRUE MARTYRS OF CHRIST . . . AS NOW LATELY PRACTISED BY ROMISH PRELATES, ESPECIALLY IN THIS REALME OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND

      London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1641. Eighth Edition n. This is a particularly well-preserved copy of the substantially expanded eighth English edition of Foxe's famous horrific account of the sufferings of Protestants for their faith, commonly called his "Book of Martyrs." A compendium of supererogatory agony and terror, the work met with such popularity that its second edition of 1570 was ordered to be chained in all cathedral churches for the use of the congregation. Kunitz observes that for more than a century "it was practically required reading in every English-speaking Puritan household, often the only book owned except the Bible. Probably no single book has caused so many neuroses as has this one." Kunitz says that Foxe (1516-87) "was a fanatical Protestant, wrote with feverish energy, was completely credulous, and reveled in horror. No detail is too small or too dreadful to be described minutely, and no invective too violent to be applied to the Roman Catholics." While some lesser-known martyrs are represented with a generic woodcut of a man being burned at the stake, illustrations of particularly notable executions are rendered in gruesome detail, like that of a pregnant female martyr whose unborn child bursts out of her womb, only to be returned to the flames to perish with his mother. "Acts and Monuments" begins with the earliest Christian martyrs and continues to the Reformation. In subsequent editions during his lifetime, Foxe continued to expand and enhance his account with new stories of Christian (i.e., Protestant) suffering, doubling the size of the work by the fourth edition. A series of abridged editions appeared after his death, but in 1641, with Parliamentary power on the ascendent in the English Civil War, a new edition appeared. This eighth edition followed the 1632 printing but was substantially expanded to three folio volumes and includes a biography of Foxe, written by his sons Samuel and Simeon. New woodcuts were used for this edition, as the previous woodblocks had worn out, and Lowndes notes that our edition has additional illustrations. Copies of one edition or another of Foxe appear from time to time in the marketplace, but inevitably the descriptions of their condition begin with a litany of defects, starting with how many leaves are missing. It is difficult to state how unlikely it is to find a copy of an early edition of this work in an appealing state; this is the best one we have ever seen.. 360 x 240 mm. (14 1/4 x 9 1/2"). Volumes II and III without initial blank, volume I with leaves in quire Dddd bound out of order, otherwise complete. Three volumes. Eighth Edition. Contemporary sprinkled calf, upper boards with late 18th or early 19th century gilt armorial device, recently rebacked to style with raised bands and spines gilt in compartments with intricate central lozenge and scrolling cornerpieces, endpapers renewed. WITH historiated woodcut borders to the three title pages, MORE THAN 150 WOODCUTS OF MARTYRS IN THE TEXT (a number of them repetitions), AND FIVE WOODCUT PLATES, including a frontispiece portrait of Foxe and folding plates of Windsor Castle and the execution of Ridley. Lacking the folding engraved plate showing the Roman persecutions of early martyrs (as often). Recto of frontispiece portrait with ink signature of D. Taylor; title pages with ink inscription of M. Deane. Wing F-2035; Lowndes I, 829. Leather worn away at corners, covers a bit crackled and discolored, overall mild soiling to the title page of volume III, one tear across a leaf with early inexpert repair, another arching closed tear into the text (no loss in either case), a handful of other short closed tears, inconsequential tape repair to the fold of one plate, minor stains here and there (often from candle wax), a few small rust or burn holes, but actually IN REMARKABLE CONDITION as a whole for a work usually found in lamentable shape--the bindings solidly restored, the margins especially ample, and the text fresh, smooth, and surprisingly clean. This is a particularly well-preserved copy of the substantially expanded eighth English edition of Foxe's famous horrific account of the sufferings of Protestants for their faith, commonly called his "Book of Martyrs." A compendium of supererogatory agony and terror, the work met with such popularity that its second edition of 1570 was ordered to be chained in all cathedral churches for the use of the congregation. Kunitz observes that for more than a century "it was practically required reading in every English-speaking Puritan household, often the only book owned except the Bible. Probably no single book has caused so many neuroses as has this one." Kunitz says that Foxe (1516-87) "was a fanatical Protestant, wrote with feverish energy, was completely credulous, and reveled in horror. No detail is too small or too dreadful to be described minutely, and no invective too violent to be applied to the Roman Catholics." While some lesser-known martyrs are represented with a generic woodcut of a man being burned at the stake, illustrations of particularly notable executions are rendered in gruesome detail, like that of a pregnant female martyr whose unborn child bursts out of her womb, only to be returned to the flames to perish with his mother. "Acts and Monuments" begins with the earliest Christian martyrs and continues to the Reformation. In subsequent editions during his lifetime, Foxe continued to expand and enhance his account with new stories of Christian (i.e., Protestant) suffering, doubling the size of the work by the fourth edition. A series of abridged editions appeared after his death, but in 1641, with Parliamentary power on the ascendent in the English Civil War, a new edition appeared. This eighth edition followed the 1632 printing but was substantially expanded to three folio volumes and includes a biography of Foxe, written by his sons Samuel and Simeon. New woodcuts were used for this edition, as the previous woodblocks had worn out, and Lowndes notes that our edition has additional illustrations. Copies of one edition or another of Foxe appear from time to time in the marketplace, but inevitably the descriptions of their condition begin with a litany of defects, starting with how many leaves are missing. It is difficult to state how unlikely it is to find a copy of an early edition of this work in an appealing state; this is the best one we have ever seen.

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        Fezzae Et Marocchi Regna Africae Celeberrima, describebat, Abrah. Ortelius.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Abraham Ortelius b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 38,5 x 50 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 596, 8615:2. - Zeigt Marokko mit der Straße von Gibraltar; die Städte Fès (Fez) u. Marrakech (Marakesch) sind als kleine Vogelschauansichten herausgehoben. - Unten links altkolorierte Kartusche mit Kartentitel; darunter Meilenzeiger; im Atlantik, hinter der Straße von Gibraltar mehrere Segelschiffe.

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        Piazza universale: Das ist: Allgemeiner Schawplatz, Marckt und Zusammenkunfft aller Professionen, Künsten, Geschäfften, Händeln unnd Handt-Wercken.

      Frankfurt Hoffmann für Merian 1641 - (21 x 16,5 cm). (28) 1084 (14) S. Mit gestochenem Titel, 1 doppelblattgroßen gestochenen Karte, 145 Textholzschnitten von Jost Ammann, 3 Textkupfern von M. Merian und großer Druckermarke auf dem letzten Blatt. Pergamentband der Zeit. Erste bei Merian erschienene Ausgabe des 1619 erstmals in Deutsch veröffentlichten Werkes. Es bietet einen hervorragenden Überblick über die Künste, Handwerke und Stände der Zeit. Durch die separate Beschreibung u.a. von Wundärzten, Astronomen, Wahrsagern, Zauberern, Goldschmieden, Seidenstickern, Hirten, Bauern, Jägern, Färbern, Glasmachern, Müllern, Bergmännern, Bettlern, Huren, Uhrmachern, Soldaten, Henkern, Apothekern, Zechbrüdern, Dieben, Banditen, Würfelmachern, Buchhändlern, Schuhmachern, Schornsteinfegern, Schiffbauern, Gärtnern etc. wird es zu einer kulturhistorischen Fundgrube ersten Ranges. - Die Illustrationen von Jost Amman zeigen nahezu alle beschriebenen Berufe mit entsprechenden Werkzeugen. Sie stammen aus Hans Sachs' "Eigentliche Beschreybung aller Ständ auff Erden" von 1568 und wurden von den Originalstöcken gedruckt (3 verlorene wurden durch Kupfer ersetzt). - Mit der oft fehlenden Weltkarte in 2 Hemisphären. - Stellenweise gering gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Kupfertitel beschnitten und alt aufgezogen. Titel gestempelt und mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk. Wenige kleine Randausbesserungen. Das Textkupfer von Seite 559 ausgeschnitten und alt wieder einmontiert (verso mit geringem Textverlust). Einband leicht fleckig. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - VD17 3:308065A; Becker, Amman 65e; Lipperheide Pa 6; Hayn-Gotendorf II, 503; Wüthrich II, 23

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        The Office and Dutie of Executors, Or a Treatise of Wils.

      1641 - "The Foundation of All Similar Productions of the Kind" Wentworth, Thomas [c.1568-1628]. The Office and Dutie of Executors. Or A Treatise of Wils and Executors, Directed to Testators in the Choise of Their Executors and Contrivance of Their Wills. With Direction for Executors in the Execution of Their Office, According to the Law, And for Creditors in the Recovery of Their Debts. Expressing the Duty, Right, Interest, Power and Authority of Executors, And How They May Behave Themselves in the Office of Executorship. With Divers Other Particulars Very Usefull, Profitable, And Behovefull for All Persons, Be They Either Executors, Creditors or Debtors. Compiled Out of the Body of the Common-Law, by Thomas Wentworth, Late Bencher of Lincolnes Inne. London: Printed by T. C. for Andrew Crooke, Laurence Chapman, William Cooke, and Richard Best, 1641. [xxviii], 127, [1], 145-271, [1] pp. First leaf and final page blank. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary sheep, discreet recent repairs to spine ends and corners, blind rules to boards, blind fillets to spine. Negligible light staining and a few shallow scuffs to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine and corners, hinges starting. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to a few leaves. Early owner annotation to front free endpaper, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy. * Third edition "corrected and inlarged," one of three editions from 1641. The "authorship of this treatise is ascribed to Mr. Justice Dodderidge, though the work is commonly Known as Wentworth's Executors. It constitutes the foundation of all similar productions of the kind, and has always been regarded as a high authority in these matters" (Marvin). This was a popular and well-received work. Two more editions were published in 1641. Eleven editions (and issues) followed, the last one in 1774. All are scarce. OCLC locates 8 copies of our edition in North American law libraries (Columbia, Georgetown, LA County, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley, University of Georgia, University of Virginia, William & Mary ). Marvin, Legal Bibliography 724-725. English Short-Title Catalogue R218906. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. [together with] The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. The second Volume..

      London: Printed by William Stansby [and] Printed for Richard Meighen, 1641. First edition. First folio edition and first collected edition. Three folio volumes, bound in two (Volume II divided into four parts, originally issued in two volumes). (11 1/8 x 6 7/8 inches; 281 x 173 mm): [12], 1015, [1, blank]; [12], 88, 75, [1], [2], 93-170; 159, [1, blank]; 79, 70-122, 133-155, [1, blank]; [2], 163-292; 132 pp. Volume I with engraved allegorical title by William Hole (Pforzheimer state B, and according to Pforzheimer this is the rarest of the states). Volume I with the rare initial blank. Decorative woodcut head-and tail pieces and initials. In volume I, page 1013-1014 is bound out of order between page 1010 and 1011. This set is complete and collates according to Pforzheimer. Volume I- In this copy, the section title to Every Man out of His Humour (p. [73]) is the state without a woodcut border, and without Iohn Smithwicke;" with dedication leaf (G2), signed, with "By your honorer, Ben Jonson," (same as Pforzheimerr) the section title to Cynthias Revels (p. [177]) is the second state without the woodcut border and has the imprint: "LONDON, Printed by WILLIAM STANSBY. MDCXVI." The section title to Poëtaster (p. [271]) is the first state within the woodcut border and has the imprint: "Printed by W. Stansby, for M. Lownes. 1616." Volume II- Issue D, with the 1640 general title-page, the first three plays with the imprint dated 1631 (same as Pforzheimer). The end of Mortimer reads: "Hee dyed, and left it unfinished". Both volumes uniformly bound in 17th-century full mottled calf. Rebacked to style in the 19th-century. Boards ruled in blind. A bit of light wear to spines and edges. Edges speckled red. Newer endpapers. Small rust hole, not affecting text to top margin of signature A of volume I, and a minor stain to signature Oo. Page 525 of volume I with a stain and small hole, not affecting text. Volume I, leaves Ppp2 and GGGG with small rust holes, just barely affecting text. In volume II, the general title-page with minor early ink ownership notes. Leaf D3, of Horace with a small rust hole. Occasional light toning to pages. It is unusual to find these books uniformly bound in a contemporary binding, because of the long delay in publication between the two volumes. Overall a very pleasing set. "This book... is a handsome specimen of typography. It reflects great credit upon its printer, Stansby, who was an apprentice and then successor to John Windet, and himself a master printer. Such work entitles him to a front rank among the printers of the reign of James I. Jonson is said to have prepared the plays for the press, himself, and one or two matters of editing... certainly appear to show the author's hand. At the end of each play, for instance, is a statement telling when it was first acted, and by whom, whether the king's or the queen's servants. The names of the actors are also given... All of the works not included in the first were intended for a second volume, which, however, did not appear until after Jonson's death, in 1640" (Grolier, 100 English). Grolier, 100 English, 17. Pforzheimer 559. Pforzheimer 560. STC 14751.

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        Landscape With a Cottage and Haybarn: Oblong

      1641. 1641 - Etching. 12.9 x 32.1 on laid paper 27 x 34.5 cm. 20th Century impression printed by Theo. Beerendonk (1905-1979) . Signed by the printer. Unrelated numbers in upper margin. Bartsch 225. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Libertie of the Subject Against the Pretended Power of Impositions

      1641. The Power to Tax is Restricted to Parliament Hakewill, William [1574-1655]. The Libertie of the Subject: Against the Pretended Power of Impositions. Maintained by an Argument in Parliament An. 7. Jacobi Regis. London: Printed by R.H., An. Dom. 1641. [viii], 142, [2] pp. including the final licence leaf. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, blind rules to boards, gilt title to spine, lower corners repaired, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block. Some rubbing to extremities, a few scratches to front board, corners bumped, upper corners somewhat worn, hinges cracked. Title printed within typographical border, typographical head-pieces and tail-pieces. Moderate toning to text, fore-edge of title page stained and neatly strengthened, minor stains to a few leaves, two tiny wormholes to lower margins of several leaves, touching text in a few places with no loss to legibility, internally clean. An appealing copy with wide margins. * Only edition. This book was based on an unpublished speech delivered in 1610 at the last session of the long Parliament before the Civil War by Hakewill, M.P. for Bossiney in Cornwall, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn and a notable legal antiquarian. Copies of the text circulated widely in manuscript. Appreciating its value, the Long Parliament ordered it to be printed. Based on a wide range of historical sources, some from the time of the Saxon kings, it asserts the illegality of extra-parliamentary taxation. It is an important early statement of the principal that taxation without representation is illegal and tyrannical. English Short-Title Catalogue R9193.

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        Haarlemmermeer, plan inpoldering - Jacob Bartelsz Veeris.

      Afbeeldinge van zeker concept tot Bedykinge van de Haarlemmer, Leydse en andere byleggende MeerenKopergravure naar het ontwerp van Jacob Bartelsz Veeris gegraveerd door Daniel van Breen. De kaart verscheen eerst in 1641 bij Nicolaes Visscher, dit exemplaar werd ca. 1750 uitgegeven door zijn opvolger Pieter Schenk Jr. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 47,5 x 71 cm.Hoewel in de 17de eeuw op grote schaal meren in Noord-Holland werden ingepolderd, bleef het project om het steeds verder afkalvende Haarlemmermeer droog te leggen voorlopig liggen. Rivaliteit tussen Haarlem en Leiden, dat niet graag de inkomsten uit de visrechten van de enorme binnenzee wilde verliezen, maakte dat de plannen niet ten uitvoer werden gebracht. Nadat in 1836 een storm het water opjoeg tot Amsterdam en Leiden werd besloten de Haarlemmermeer toch droog te malen. Dat gebeurde uiteindelijk tussen 1848 en 1852.Prijs: € 1.750,- (excl. lijst).

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        Opera graece et latine quae extant

      Lutetiae Parisiorum: Typis Regiis Tall folio (32.7 cm, 12.9"). [28], 854, 74 (lacking 75–79 [index]) pp. (some pagination erratic; 823/24 repeated).. 1641 Works of the second-century Greek theologian Clement of Alexandria (ca. 150–215), reissued from the 1616 Patius printing and here handsomely printed by the French Royal Press. This edition was apparently also issued with the title-page in a different state, sporting the imprint as "Apud Matthaeum Guillemot, via Iacobaea, sub signo Bibliothecae." Set forth is Heinsius's edition of the text, with Greek and Latin in parallel columns, additionally offering the earlier revisions and alternate readings by Friedrich Sylburg; the title-page is printed in red and black, with an impressive sailing ship publisher's device, while the main text pages are ornamented with head- and tailpieces and decorative capitals. Provenance: Title-page with inked inscription "J.D. Michaeli," presumably Orientalist, biblical scholar, and Göttingen professor Johann David Michaelis (1717–91). Later manuscript notes as below in the hand of the early 19th-century scholar August Neander; his library sold to the Colgate (Rochester Crozer) Divinity School, properly deaccessioned. Evidence of readership: Three pages completely covered in Neander's hand with annotations in Greek and Latin, tipped in at the front; pencilled marks of emphasis, inked underlining, and inked marginal annotations in what appear to be two different early hands. Period-style quarter speckled calf and marbled paper–covered sides, spine with raised bands and gilt-stamped leather title-label, all edges red; final three index leaves (only) lacking. Trimmed closely, in some instances touching headers and often the marginalia; approximately 30 leaves with a finger's-breadth portion of upper edge chewed, affecting headers but never text; several leaves with repaired tears or reinforced margins; one leaf with flaw in outer margin touching three letters. Markings as above; occasional small areas of light staining or inkblots, one small burn hole, and two pages with dripped red wax. => A solid and very readable copy in an attractive recent binding, with provenance worthy of note.

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        The Libertie of the Subject Against the Pretended Power of Impositions

      1641 - The Power to Tax is Restricted to Parliament Hakewill, William [1574-1655]. The Libertie of the Subject: Against the Pretended Power of Impositions. Maintained by an Argument in Parliament An. 7. Jacobi Regis. London: Printed by R.H., An. Dom. 1641. [viii], 142, [2] pp. including the final licence leaf. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, blind rules to boards, gilt title to spine, lower corners repaired, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block. Some rubbing to extremities, a few scratches to front board, corners bumped, upper corners somewhat worn, hinges cracked. Title printed within typographical border, typographical head-pieces and tail-pieces. Moderate toning to text, fore-edge of title page stained and neatly strengthened, minor stains to a few leaves, two tiny wormholes to lower margins of several leaves, touching text in a few places with no loss to legibility, internally clean. An appealing copy with wide margins. * Only edition. This book was based on an unpublished speech delivered in 1610 at the last session of the long Parliament before the Civil War by Hakewill, M.P. for Bossiney in Cornwall, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn and a notable legal antiquarian. Copies of the text circulated widely in manuscript. Appreciating its value, the Long Parliament ordered it to be printed. Based on a wide range of historical sources, some from the time of the Saxon kings, it asserts the illegality of extra-parliamentary taxation. It is an important early statement of the principal that taxation without representation is illegal and tyrannical. English Short-Title Catalogue R9193. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Proeve ende Wederlegginghe des Remonstrantschen Catechismi. Den Tweeden Druck van nieuws oversien, ende met een Register vermeerdert.

      Leyden, Paulus Aertsz. van Ravesteyn, en David Jansz. van Ilpendam 1641 - (40) 510 p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (zeldzaam werk, titelpagina in kopie bijgevoegd van de tweede vermeerderde druk van 1642, dit is echter de eerste druk van 1641)

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        Gezicht op Antwerpen - Hugues Picart / Jean Boisseau, 1641-48.

      GEZICHT OP ANTWERPEN VANUIT HET OOSTEN"Aspec meridonal de la Ville et Citadelle d"Anvers', kopergravure vervaardigd tussen 1641-1648 door Hugues Picart en uitgegeven door Jean Boisseau. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd met latere toevoegingen. Afm. (prent) 23,7 x 82,7 cm, (lijst) 46 x 104 cm.Aangezicht van de stad Antwerpen vanaf landzijde. We zien de stadsomwalling met daarin van links naar rechts de Begijnenpoort, de Sint-Jorispoort (ook wel Keizerspoort of Mechelse poort geheten), Kipdorppoort en Rodepoort. In de stad zelf zien we het kasteel (tegenwoordig is hier slechts nog Het Steen van over), St. Michielsabdij (1831 verwoest tijdens de Belgische Revolutie, nadat ze tijdens de Franse bezetting al deels was gesloopt), St. Walburgiskerk (gesloopt in 1817), Sint-Andrieskerk, Sint-Joriskerk (verwoest tijdens het Franse bewind en heropgebouwd in 1853), Sint-Elisabethgasthuis (het oude hospitaal), Jezuïetencollege, de Waalse broeders, Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal, het beursgebouw (afgebrand in 1853 en heropgebouwd in 1872), het klooster van de ongeschoeide Karmelieten, Sint-Margarethakerk (?), Sint-Jacobskerk, Franciskanen (Minderbroeders) klooster, Anglicaanse kerk, het Begijnenklooster en helemaal rechts het klooster van de orde der Kapucijnen.De gravure komt voor in het Théâtre des Citez, een van de zeldzaamste Franse boeken met stadsgezichten. Hiervoor maakte meester graveur Hugues Picart tussen 1641 en 1648 achtentwintig grote profielen van Europese en Aziatische steden. Vanaf 1648 werden de bladen ook los verkocht.Van Jean Boisseau (actief tussen 1637-1658) weten we dat hij in 1631 werkte als 'meester verluchter" [dus iemand die handschriften met miniatuurschilderingen verfraaid] en als vanaf 1635 als 'afsetter": "Enlumineur de cartes marines'/  "Enlumineur du Roy pour les cartes geographiques' [kleurder van kaarten dus].Prijs: € 2.950,- (incl. lijst).

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        2 Gesamtansichten auf 1 Blatt.

      - Kupferstich v. Merian aus Werdenhagen, 1641, je 10 x 32,5 Fauser 11664.

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        Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor.

      Joan Janssonius 1641-42, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline when published. In the lower margin a water stain is visible but not affecting the image. Else in very good condition.

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        GA aus der Vogelschau.

      - Kupferstich v. Merian aus Werdenhagen, 1641, 28 x 35

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        Anglia Regnvm':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 38,5 x 50 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 554; Nr. 5100.2. - Zeigt England. - Am rechten Rand Titelkartusche, Wappen u. Maßstab. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Zvydhollandia stricte sumta. - Amsterdami Guiljelmus Blaeu excudit.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 38,5 x 51,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 3401:2; 2:231. - Zeigt den südöstlichen Teil der niederländischen Provinz Zuid-Holland mit dem Biesbosch u. Hollands Diep sowie den Lauf der Waal u. der Maas zwischen Gouda / Oudewater / Ijsselstein im Norden u. Klundert / Oosterhout / Helvoirt / 's-Hertogenbosch im Süden; im Zentrum der Karte Gorinchem ('Gorkum'). - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Am unteren Rand Meilenzeiger. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        The Workes.

      

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        Dialgus de Systemate Mundi, Systema Cosmicum

      Lyons: Jean-Antoine Huguetan the elder, 1641 Scarce second Latin edition of Galileo's revolutionary "Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems," published one year before Galileo's death. Any of Galileo's publications appearing during his lifetime have a special significance. Two important appendices by Kepler and Foscarini on the conflict between science and the bible were added for the Latin edition. Foscarini's Lettera was condemned by the Inquisition, the printer imprisoned, and all known copies confiscated and burned in 1616. It was the first Italian work to openly advocate the Copernican theory. A milestone of of modern science. The Dialogo presents the summation of Galileo's astronomical thought, and his controversial support of the Copernican view of the solar system based on observed fact instead of scripture. A turning point in the history of human intelligence, a pivot that continues to this day. Quarto, textblock measures 23 cm by 18 cm, (very large, possibly untrimmed example, rare thus). Later 17th century limp vellum with manuscript title to spine. [16], 377, [23] pages. Collated and COMPLETE. Extra engraved title page. full page engraved portrait of Galileo. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Galileo's historic formulation of the scientific method owes much to his background in music. His father, a tuner of musical instruments, taught Galileo that the key to tuning an instrument was listening to the sounds made by the instrument, not looking in a book about music. Galileo applied the same principle to observing the skies with the newly discovered telescope, and determined that Copernicus's theory of the earth moving around the sun was supported by the evidence. Modern science was born, out of music.. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        Karstia, Carniola, Histria et Windorvm Marchia. Ger. Mercatore Auctore. - Guiljelm. Blaeu excudit.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Gerard Mercator b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 38,5 x 50 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 2740:2. - Zeigt das ehemalige Herzogtum Krain mit Ober-, Unter- und Innerkrain, Triest, sowie Istrien, Friaul und die Grafschaft Görz (Gorizia), das nördliche Kroatien und das nördliche Dalmatien. - Oben links Titelkartusche; unten links Meilenzeigerkartusche; in der Adria Kompaßrose und Segelschiff. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Manifesto, e protestaçam que fez Francisco de Sousa Coutinho, Commendador da Ordem de Christo, & Alcaide Môr da Villa de Sousel, do Conselho delRey Dom Joam o IV, nosso Senhor, & seu Embaxador extraordinario âs partes Septentionaes, enviado â Dieta de Ratisbona, sobre a liberdade do Serenissimo Senhor Infante D. Duarte, Irmão de sua Real Magestade, injustamente reteudo nas terras do Imperio. Traduzido de outro Latino impresso na Didade de Holmia em o Reyno de Suecia.

      Lisbon, Jorge Rodriguez, 1641. - 4°, mid-twentieth-century quarter sheep over marbled boards (rubbed, defective at foot of spine), spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, red leather lettering piece, gilt letter, marbled endpapers, edges rouged. In very good condition. Engraved armorial bookplate of [António Pereira da Nóbrega de] Souza da Camara (1840-1918). [6 ll.]. *** First Edition in Portuguese? D. Duarte de Bragança (Vila Viçosa 1605-Milan 1649), brother of D. João IV, was in the service of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III when Portugal revolted against the Spanish Hapsburgs and his brother was acclaimed king. The present pamphlet is part of the diplomatic efforts to obtain D. Duarte's release. While unsuccessful (he was moved from prison to prison on several occasions and finally sold to the Spaniards, dying in Milan) his years of mistreatment gained much sympathy for the cause of Portuguese independence. There appears to be a different translation, published by António Alvares, also in 1641. We have been unable to establish any priority. @Provenance: The Souza da Camara library was sold at auction in Lisbon, 1966, with Arnaldo Henriques de Oliveira as expert. For the history and other characteristics of the collection, see Jorge Peixoto, "Aspectos da Biblioteca Sousa da Câmara" and J.C., "Para a história duma biblioteca," in @Catálogo da importantíssima e valiosa Biblioteca Souza da Câmara. *** Arouca I, 564-5, 698. @Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração 792. Barbosa Machado, II, 269-70. Innocêncio III, 69, 435-6; IX, 383; XVIII, 181. Visconde de Trindade 55 [describing a rather poor copy]. Martinho da Fonseca, @Restauração 34 bis. Figanière 250 (giving an incorrect collation). Palha 3218. Sabugosa, p. 189. Monteverde 5180. Azevedo-Samodães 3255. Ameal 2290. Avila Perez 4603 and 7396. Souza da Câmara 2517. On the bookplate, see Avelar Duarte, @Ex-libris portugueses heráldicos 179. Porbase locates two copies: one in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, the other, formerly belonging to the Visconde de Trindade, in the Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra. Not located in Copac. NUC: Not located in @NUC, which cites the Alvarez edition only: DLC-P4 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Publii Terentii Comoediae

      Parisiis, e Typographia Regia 1641 - 1 Titelseite, 1 f. Titelkupfer-Frontispiz; 286 Seiten, 2 ff.bl. --- Illustration: Frontispiz entworfen von Abraham Bosse, unsigniert, 6 Vignetten, 6 ornamentierte Initialien: Maroquin-Leder-Einband mit Lilienornamenten, Buchrucken mit 6 Bunden und Ornamenten. Buch wurde wohl restauriert, an einzelnen Seiten wurden Fehlstellen fachmannisch ersetzt. Durchgangig wasserrandig an den Oberkanten der Seiten. Seiten: 286 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus Duo, De Iudicialis, Et Praetorii Pignoris Subhastatione...

      1641. Rare Seventeenth-Century Treatise on Auctions, Pledges and Inheritance Niger, Antonius [d. 1555]. Tractatus Duo. De Iudicialis, Et Praetorii Pignoris Subhastatione, Et de Eorumdem Pignorum, Et Aliorum sub Hasta Venditione Facienda Alter. Opus Iudicibus & In Foro Versantibus Apprime Utile, & Necessarium; Nec Futurum Ingratum Ijs, Qui Varia Delectantur Lectione. Venice: Apud Bertanos, 1641. [xii], 308, [40] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary vellum with early rebacking, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine. Moderate rubbing and light soiling, worming and chipping to spine, upper section (about two inches) lacking, boards slightly bowed, hinges cracked, minor worming to hinges and pastedowns. Title page, with large woodcut printer device, printed in red and black, woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves. Early struck-through signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. Niger was a Paduan lawyer. His treatise discusses the civil law concerning auctions, pledges, executions and matters concerning inheritance. A second edition was published in 1644. Both are scarce. OCLC locates 1 copy of the first edition in North America (at Emory Pitts Theological Seminary), 2 of the second (Columbia Law School, Emory Pitts Theological Seminary). British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 18:705

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Werdenhagen n. W. J. Blaeus Karte aus dem "Zeespiegel", "Tabvla navigatoria maris Orientalis".

      - 1641, 26 x 34,5 Vergl. Koemann, M.Bl. 28, 19. Kopie der Blaeu Karte, aber ohne Paginierung und Rückseitentext. - Nordorientierte Karte m. Titelkartusche links oben, daneben großes Wappen, rechts unten Meilenanzeiger. Seltene Karte aus Werdenhagen.

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        Acts and monuments of matters most special and memorable, happening in the church, with a universal historie of the same. Wherein is set forth at large, the whole race and course of the church, from the primitive age to these later times of ours, with the bloody times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions against the true martyrs of Christ, fought and wrought as well by heathen emperors, as now lately practiced by Romish prelates, especially in this realme of England and Scotland. Now again, as it was recognised, perused, and recommended to the studious reader.

      London: Printed for the Company of Stationers Large folio. 3 vols. I: Engr. frontis. port., [74] ff., 1033 [i.e. 1023], [1] p., [2] ff. of plates (one large, engr. folding). II: [19] ff., 788 [i.e., 786] pp., [1] f. (fold. plate). III: [2] ff., 1030 [i.e., 1020] pp., [7] ff., 106 [i.e., 108] pp., [48] ff., [2] ff. of plates. (Without the half-titles).. 1641 English printing of the 1640s was very much at a nadir as to quality of illustration and presentation of text on the page: Remarkably, this multi-volume, large-format edition of Foxe's "Book of Martyrs" (as it is generally known) offers very good levels of illustration, composition, and imposition of type. It is printed in double-column format on high quality paper, in mostly gothic type (i.e., "black letter") with some roman and italic. The woodcut illustrations are at once charmingly naive and arresting in both their simplicity and their ability to convey the artists' intentions, with a few of the => 142 in-text woodcuts or initials looking => quite remarkably modern. There are 37 in-text woodcuts, one very large => historiated woodcut initial showing Elizabeth splendidly enthroned, one woodcut plate, and one => huge engraved folding plate showing a grand variety of martyrdoms in vol. I; 29 in-text woodcuts and two woodcut plates (one folding) in vol. II; and 76 in-text woodcuts and two woodcut plates in vol. III. The engraved plate in vol. I is by George Glover and he has signed one of the large woodcuts as well; at least one other woodcuts is signed by another artist, John Droeshout. => This was clearly a luxury production. It was on 20 March 1563 that the first edition of Actes and Monuments appeared, and it was an immediate success. A second, corrected, edition appeared in 1570; many subsequent editions were issued; and the text is still being published in the 21st century. It is without a doubt => the best-known English work of martyrology. This edition contains => the first printing of Simeon Foxe's biography of his father, the author; it was written in 1611 but not published for thirty years. Provenance: Round ownership stamp of "Iltyd Nicholl" on the fly-leaves. Later in the collections of the Pacific School of Religion (properly released), though without its usual markings; small bookseller's label of "John Howell Importer" on rear pastedowns. Late 18th-century acid-mottled calf, Cambridge-style binding, rebacked with original gilt-extra spine reattached. Covers tooled in blind to form concentric panels, one panel with corner devices; edges of covers tooled in gilt with a roll, board-edges tooled in gilt with a different roll, and turn-ins tooled in blind with yet another roll. Marbled endpapers of a combed pattern. All edges carmine. As usual, without the half-titles; each volume with a stamped number on verso of title-page; ownership indications as above. Vol. I with title-leaf subtly reinforced at fore-edge (with a limited number of other such subtle repairs to be found scattered in the set), slim wormtracks to a few lower margins, last leaf backed, and large folding plate backed with top line of text a little faded/abraded; vol. II with a natural paper flaw or two and folding plate backed; vol. III with very faint signs of old dampstaining to some top margins; otherwise, only the most occasional spot or smear to suggest age and use. => Clean and crisp.

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        The Irish Rebellion: or, an History of the beginnings and first progress of the General Rebellion, raised within the Kingdom of Ireland, upon the three and twentieth day of October, 1641. Together with the barbarous cruelties and bloody massacres which ensued thereupon. The sixth edition, reprinted from the best London-Edition, 1679. Wherein several entire sentences, omitted in all the Irish-Editions, are truly inserted; many other omissions, errors and mistakes carefully supplied, corrected, and amended. To which is also prefix'd, the late Act of Parliament, made the fourteenth and fifteenth years of King Charles II for keeping and celebrating the twenty third of October, as an Anniversary Thanksgiving in this Kingdom. To which is added, Sir Henry Tichborne's History of the Siege of Drogheda, in the year 1641. As also, the whole tryal of Connor Lord Mac-Guire, with the perfect copies of the indictment, and all the evidences against him. Together with the Pope's Bull to the Confederate Catholicks in Ireland.

      Dublin: printed by and for Aaron Rhames, and are to be sold by the Booksellers. 1724 xvi, 245, [1]p, engraved frontispiece, titlepage printed in red & black. 4to. Light browning, frontispiece foxed. Contemporary mottled calf; expert repairs to joints and head & tail of unlettered spine. From the library of the Perceval-Maxwell family, contemporary ownership initials W.P. at head of titlepage. 19th century newspaper clipping of the verse 'A Warning Voice from the Tombs of 1641' pasted on inner front board.ESTC T136591. First published in 1646. In three parts, the second,

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        Paraphrase sur les Epistres de Sanct Paul. Ens. 6 volumes.

      A Paris Chez la Veuve I. Camusat 1641, - pt. in-8vo, titres gravés, relure en maroquin rouge d?époque, dos richement orné or, les plats avec les filets or ?a la Duseuil?, bel ensemble. Epistres de Sainct Paul Aux Galates - Ephe siens - Philipiens - Colossiens. Titre gravé, 211 p. + 5 p. n.n. + 2 ff. bl. / Sur les Epistres canoniques. 2 ff. bl. + Titre gravé + 17 ff. n.ch. + 221 p. + 7 p. n.ch. + 2 ff. bl. / Aux Corenthiens /Aux Thessaloniciens, A Timothee, A Tite A Philemon / Aux Romains, Nouvelle éd. / Aux Hebreux?Ses écrits eurent de son temps un si grand succès qu'on alla jusqu'à dire, en parlant d'un bon ouvrage: «C'est du Godeau» (Vapereau). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Hoefer NBG XX/886; Fromm 11189; Vapereau p. 896.

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        Tractatus de Sepulturis, Capellis, Statuis, Epitaphiis, & Defunctorum Munimentis

      Typis Io. Baptistae Ferronij 1641 - In-4 (230x165 mm.), pp. 8, 133, (23). Stemma xilografico del Senato di Bologna, cui l'opera è dedicata, al frontespizio. Grande esemplare in barbe e su carta forte perfettamente conservato nella cartonatura alla rustica d'attesa. Rara edizione originale di questo trattato barocco sull'apparato e cerimoniale funerario presso i diversi popoli e sulla ricca giurisprudenza relativa alla sepoltura dei morti nel mondo cristiano. Bibliografia: Bruni-Evans, 1906. Osler, JB, 1939. 690. BL.STC. (it), XVII, 305. Cicognara, 1637. Piantanida, III, 4466. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fossa Sanctae Mariae quae et Eugeniana dicitur Vulgo De Nieuwe Grift. - Fossa haec a Rheno ad Mosam duci coepta est Anno CICICCXXVII. Auspiciis Serenißimae Principis Isabellae, Clarae, Eugeniae, Hispaniarum Infantis Belgicae Gubernatricis. - Excudit Guily. Janßonius Blaeuw.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 39 x 51 Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S. 71, Nr. 3.1.3.3; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 537f., 3790:2:2, 2:231. - Zeigt die 3. und letzte Version der Blaeuschen Fossakarte mit deutschem Rückentext. - Hier erstmalig mit den Wappen des Herzogtums Geldern, Kleve, Erzbistums Köln und der Grafschaft Moers. - Neben den Flußgöttern die Namen Mosa und Rhenus. - Zwischen den Allegorien erstmalig das Distichon. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Haarlemmermeer, plan inpoldering - Jacob Bartelsz Veeris.

      Afbeeldinge van zeker concept tot Bedykinge van de Haarlemmer, Leydse en andere byleggende MeerenKopergravure naar het ontwerp van Jacob Bartelsz Veeris gegraveerd door Daniel van Breen. De kaart verscheen eerst in 1641 bij Nicolaes Visscher, dit exemplaar werd ca. 1750 uitgegeven door zijn opvolger Pieter Schenk Jr. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 47,5 x 71 cm.Hoewel in de 17de eeuw op grote schaal meren in Noord-Holland werden ingepolderd, bleef het project om het steeds verder afkalvende Haarlemmermeer droog te leggen voorlopig liggen. Rivaliteit tussen Haarlem en Leiden, dat niet graag de inkomsten uit de visrechten van de enorme binnenzee wilde verliezen, maakte dat de plannen niet ten uitvoer werden gebracht. Nadat in 1836 een storm het water opjoeg tot Amsterdam en Leiden werd besloten de Haarlemmermeer toch droog te malen. Dat gebeurde uiteindelijk tussen 1848 en 1852.Prijs: € 1.750,- (excl. lijst).

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        Sancti Francisci Assisiatis, Minorum Patriarchae nec non S. Antonii Paduani, eivsdem Ordinis Opera Omnia: Postillis illustrata, Expositione mystica in sacram scripturam nusquam impreßa ... Opera et labore J. de la Haye.

      Paris, D. Bechet, 1641. Folio (25,5 x 23 cm). 70 Bl., 792 Seiten, 47 Bl. Mit gestochener Titelvignette und großer Kupferstichvignette auf dem ersten Textblatt. Pergamentband der Zeit (etwas angestaubt und leicht fleckig). *Erste Werkausgabe der Schriften des Franz von Assisi (ca. 1181-1226), Gründer des Franziskanerordens sowie des portugiesischen Franziskaners, Theologen und Predigers Anton von Padua (1195-1231). - Erschien nochmals 1653 in Lyon und 1739 in Regensburg. - Beginnt mit der Vita und den Werken von Franz von Assisi in Lagenzählung (a1-8 bis g4) und dann mit römischer Zählung die Werke des Franz von Padua auf den Seiten 1-792 (mit eigenem Titelblatt). - Leicht gebräunt, Haupttitel mit altem Klosterstempel. 3 Blatt am Anfang mit etwa münzgroßem Ausriß am unteren weißen Seitenrand bzw. unteren Eck. Ansonsten gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Sammelband mit vier Schriften: Modus orandi deum. - Precationes quibus homines assuescant cum deo loqui. Item precatio dominica, digesta in septem partes iuxta septem dies, eodem auctore. - De immensa dei misericordia. - De contemptu mundi. Liber.

      Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden), Joannes Maire, 1641. Vier Werke in einem Band. Mit vier Titelholzschnitten, 144 S.; 136 S., 4 Bll. (weiß); 143 S.; 104 Seiten. 12° (13 x 8 cm), Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Einband leicht berieben und stärker nachgedunkelt, vorderer Innendeckel und erstes Titelblatt mit hs. Besitzernamen, fliegender Vorsatz mit kl. Stempel, Titel des letzten Werkes mit kleinem Abriss der oberen Ecke, nur stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Typus Orbis Terrarum

      Braunschweig 1641 - Incisione in rame, mm 157x314. Mappamondo di tipica matrice olandese seicentesca, tratta da „Introductionum in universam geographiam" successivamente pubblicata ad Amsterdam ed altre località per tutto il secolo e conseguentemente con diverse matrici. Perfettamente conservato, pieghe editoriali verticali. Shirley, 356.

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        Acts and monuments of matters most special and memorable, happening in the church, with a universal historie of the same. Wherein is set forth at large, the whole race and course of the church, from the primitive age to these later times of ours, with the bloody times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions against the true martyrs of Christ, fought and wrought as well by heathen emperors, as now lately practiced by Romish prelates, especially in this realme of England and Scotland. Now again, as it was recognised, perused, and recommended to the studious reader.

      London: Printed for the Company of Stationers Large folio. 3 vols. I: Engr. frontis. port., [74] ff., 1033 [i.e. 1023], [1] p., [2] ff. of plates (one large, engr. folding). II: [19] ff., 788 [i.e., 786] pp., [1] f. (fold. plate). III: [2] ff., 1030 [i.e., 1020] pp., [7] ff., 106 [i.e., 108] pp., [48] ff., [2] ff. of plates. (Without the half-titles).. 1641 English printing of the 1640s was very much at a nadir as to quality of illustration and presentation of text on the page: Remarkably, this multi-volume, large-format edition of Foxe's "Book of Martyrs" (as it is generally known) offers very good levels of illustration, composition, and imposition of type. It is printed in double-column format on high quality paper, in mostly gothic type (i.e., "black letter") with some roman and italic. The woodcut illustrations are at once charmingly naive and arresting in both their simplicity and their ability to convey the artists' intentions, with a few of the => 142 in-text woodcuts or initials looking => quite remarkably modern. There are 37 in-text woodcuts, one very large => historiated woodcut initial showing Elizabeth splendidly enthroned, one woodcut plate, and one => huge engraved folding plate showing a grand variety of martyrdoms in vol. I; 29 in-text woodcuts and two woodcut plates (one folding) in vol. II; and 76 in-text woodcuts and two woodcut plates in vol. III. The engraved plate in vol. I is by George Glover and he has signed one of the large woodcuts as well; at least one other woodcuts is signed by another artist, John Droeshout. => This was clearly a luxury production. It was on 20 March 1563 that the first edition of Actes and Monuments appeared, and it was an immediate success. A second, corrected, edition appeared in 1570; many subsequent editions were issued; and the text is still being published in the 21st century. It is without a doubt => the best-known English work of martyrology. This edition contains => the first printing of Simeon Foxe's biography of his father, the author; it was written in 1611 but not published for thirty years. Provenance: Round ownership stamp of "Iltyd Nicholl" on the fly-leaves. Later in the collections of the Pacific School of Religion (properly released), though without its usual markings; small bookseller's label of "John Howell Importer" on rear pastedowns. Late 18th-century acid-mottled calf, Cambridge-style binding, rebacked with original gilt-extra spine reattached. Covers tooled in blind to form concentric panels, one panel with corner devices; edges of covers tooled in gilt with a roll, board-edges tooled in gilt with a different roll, and turn-ins tooled in blind with yet another roll. Marbled endpapers of a combed pattern. All edges carmine. As usual, without the half-titles; each volume with a stamped number on verso of title-page; ownership indications as above. Vol. I with title-leaf subtly reinforced at fore-edge (with a limited number of other such subtle repairs to be found scattered in the set), slim wormtracks to a few lower margins, last leaf backed, and large folding plate backed with top line of text a little faded/abraded; vol. II with a natural paper flaw or two and folding plate backed; vol. III with very faint signs of old dampstaining to some top margins; otherwise, only the most occasional spot or smear to suggest age and use. => Clean and crisp.

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        Catechisatie over den catechismus der Remonstranten, tot naerder openinghe ende oeffeninghe voor hare catechumenen, als oock alle andere liefhebbers der waerheydt inghestelt. Hier by zijn gevoeght eenighe disputatien ter selber materie dienende.

      - Utrecht, Esdras Willemsz. Snellaert, 1641. (78) 656, 102, 16, 48, (2) 172 pp. Contemporary vellum. 8 °. *wormwhole on the bottom of the pages, no loss of text, top of spine slightly damaged, otherwise good condition*

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        Walonis Messalini De episcopis et presbyteris contra D[ionysium] Petavium Loiolitam dissertatio prima.

      Lugduni Batavorum: Ex officina Ioannis Maire 8vo (15.8 cm, 6.25"). 476 pp., [1], [1 (blank)] ff.. 1641 Walo Messalinus" is a pseudonym for Claude Saumaise (or Salmasius, 1588–1653), a Huguenot classicist and theologian probably best noted for his attacks on the papacy. In this treatise he argues against the Jesuit patrologist Denis Petau that bishops and presbyters were the same in the early church, and thus that presbyterian polity was more primitive. The text of this => sole edition is printed in roman with a goodly amount of Greek, while the title-page is printed in black and red and ornamented with a woodcut vignette of a man digging beneath the motto "Fac et spera." => "Do and hope." Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 8432 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). Vellum over paste boards. Ex-library with bookplate, a bit of pencilling, paper labels on spine and pressure-stamps, yet a copy notably clean, bright, and even crisp; perhaps a half-dozen leaves sometime exposed to a small spill(?) lightly marking lower outer corner-tips. => One "pencilling" ("Sund. 8732") notes the Sunderland provenance as does the upper "paper label on spine." All edges speckled red.

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        America Septentrionalis

      Amsterdam: Jansson, 1641. Copper-engraved map, full period hand-colouring. Hondius' important map of North America, here with glorious full period hand colouring. "Henricus Hondius' beautifully engraved map of North America had greater influence than any other to date in perpetuating the theory of California as an island ... Cartographically, this map is a careful composition of many different sources and illustrates well the current state of knowledge" (Burden). The mapping of the East coast of America is striking given the early date of the map. Fort Orange, the primary trading post on the Hudson (North River then), later to be Albany, is located. Further south, from the Chesapeake through the Gulf the map shows the benefits of the work of de Laet and Hessel Gerritz. In the north, the greatly mis-located Hudson's Bay includes recent discoveries by Thomas James, who explored the west coast of the Bay, in search of a westward passage in 1633. Henricus Hondius was the son of the engraver and mapmaker Jodocus Hondius. Henricus continued the family's cartographical business in partnership with Jan Jansson, his brother-in-law. Mapmaking was more often than not a family enterprise in Amsterdam and in Paris in the 17th century. The firm was active under one family member or another for nearly the entire 17th century. This was the period of Dutch supremacy at sea, when, having supplanted the Portuguese in India, central Africa and northeastern Brazil, the Dutch were the prime carriers of spices, silks, furs, tobacco, sugar and slaves. It was not in the nature of things that this predominance could last very long, if only because the Netherlands is a very small country. But until the Anglo-Dutch Wars of the 1660s and 70s, the Dutch were supreme, and the making of maps was a form of nationalistic journalism. First issued in 1636, the map appeared unchanged in various editions of the Hondius/Jansson atlas throughout much of the century. This copy an example of Burden's second state, with Jansson's imprint added. "Jansson was an extremely influential publisher and this depiction of the continent indicated the best that was known, as well as the great amount that remained unknown" (Martin & Martin). Burden, The Mapping of North America I: 245 (state 2); McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island 6; Goss, The Mapping of North America 30; McCorkle, America Emergent 13; Tooley, "California as an Island," 311 in Tooley, The Mapping of America ; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America 330, Lowery 128; Martin & Martin, Mapping of Texas and the Southwest, p. 79, plate 8.

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        Gesamtans., "Gottinga. Göttingen".

      - Kupferstich v. Merian n. I.Iep. aus Werdenhagen, 1641, 20 x 30,7 Fauser 4744. - Seltenes Blatt von Merian, nicht aus der Topographie, vorliegend in einem sehr schönen Abdruck.

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