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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 - Mit vier Titelholzschnitten, 144 S.; 136 S., 4 Bll. (weiß); 143 S.; 104 Seiten. 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. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 550 12° (13 x 8 cm), Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Castellum Einzelunternehmen]
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        Diarium, oder Tage-Buch über dasjenige, so sich Zeit einer neun-järigen Reise zu Wasser und Lande, meistentheils in Dienst der Vereinigten Geoctroyrten Niederländischen Ost-Indianischen Compagnie, besonders in denselbigen Ländern täglich begeben und zugetragen.Jena, Urban Spaltholtz, 1668 [engraved title-page: 1669]. 4to. With engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, engraved title-page and 14 engraved plates (1 folding) with views from the voyage (topography, ships, people, plants, animals). Mottled vellum (ca. 1700), with the gold-tooled crowned script initials E.F.V.D. of Ernst Friedrich van Döring (1659-1726) of Schloss Börln in Saxony.

      Cat. KITLV, p.474; Cat. NHSM I, p. 174; Van Gelder, Het Oost-Indisch avontuur, p. 289; Landwehr, VOC, 309; VD17, 3:307812K. First (and only early) edition of a diary of a nine-year voyage to the East Indies, the Malabar coast in India, Persia and Ceylon, made as a soldier in a merchant ship under the command of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in the years 1641 to 1650. It gives detailed information about the ships, captains and others, providing an intimate account of life onboard a VOC ship as well as the peoples in the exotic lands visited, describing food, drink (including rice wine), tobacco, flora and fauna. The illustrations include a folding view of Batavia (now Jakarta, Indonesia), views of Goa, Isle St Helena and other sites, a cinnamon tree, flying fish, numerous ships and much more. They set off on 21 January 1644 and continued from Batavia under Johan Maetsuycker to Goa, then to Ceylon and Persia and back to the Netherlands in 1650. While some information appears to have been taken from published sources, much of the information is clearly an eye-witness account. Bound for Ernst Friedrich von Döring. Somewhat browned, but otherwise in very good condition and with good margins. The outside corner of 1 leaf is torn off with no loss of text. The front hinge is cracked and there is minor damage to the spine, but the binding is also good. A fascinating account, with many personal details, of a soldier's nine-year voyage with the VOC to the East Indies, India, Persia and Ceylon.

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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, good condition*.

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        Memorial Informatorio en favor del Maese de Campo Don Antonio Urrutia de Vergara. Respondiendo a la contradiction hecha por parte de don Francisco de la Torre, y a los dos escritos que han presentado [follows] Copia de tres sentencias que en 18 del mes de Marzo pronuncio el señor Obispo de la Puebla

      1641 - Defense of a prominent businessman of Colonial Mexico; one of two known copies; with a rare sentence by Palafox. N.d. [1641]. N.p. [Mexico]. In 8vo. Fine 19th century red calf, boards heavily gilt, with fillets and corner pieces, raised bands to spine, tooled and lettered in gilt; spine with lower portion reconstructed. Edges stained red, a little cropped by the binder, overall fine. Exceedingly rare memorial, in defense of Don Antonio Urrutia de Vergara, against Francisco de la Torre; we have only found one other copy of this rare imprint, at the Real Academia de la Historia, Madrid. Medina did not know of it, and Palau only cites the copy held by Maggs in the 1920’s (this copy). Urritia de Vergara (1598 – 1667) was a prominent Spanish businessman in Mexico, he was involved in commerce, agriculture, and real estate; in fact, Viceroy Alburquerque portrayed Urrutia as the largest merchant of the Indies “el mayor mercader de las Indias” (Cf. “El poder del dinero en el Mexico del siglo XVII”, Virgilio Fernandez Bulete). His relation with the colonial administration appears to have been heterogeneous; however his relation to Viceroy Cerralvo was close and fruitful, it gained Urritia his post as Maestre de Campo, in 1632. Cerralvo’s successor, Cadereita, had Urrutia imprisoned (1637), for charges of fiscal fraud. Urrutia escaped and stayed at a Monastery. In 1639, the Consejo de las Indias ordered to stop the legal action against Urrutia and appointed Palafox to solve the issue. Palafox condemned Urrutia banning him from New Spain for two years; shortly after, he would be appointed Maestre de Campo, again. The imprint contains the sentence given by Bishop Palafox “Sentencia que dio el Señor Obispo don Juan de Palafox al Maefe de Campo don Antonio de Vergara sobre su salida de la carcel”. His business relation reached across the Pacific, with strong ties to Manila. This is clearly evidenced by the writer of this eloquent defense, Juan Grau y Monfalcon, the Procurator General for the Philippines. His involvement proves irrevocably the importance of the man held under trial. Grau y Monfalcon wrote other letters and memorials to the King of Spain, such as: “Señor. Don Iuan Grau y Monfalcon, Procurador general de [.] la ciudad de Manila, Cabeça de las Isla Filipinas, en nombre della dize. Que siendo la conservacion de las Islas el medio mas eficaz para la de todos los Estados que esta Corona tiene y posee en la India Oriental”, “Memorial informatorio al Rey nuestro Señor en su Real y Supremo Conseio de las Indias, por la insigne, y siempre leal ciudad de Manila, Cabeça de las Islas Filipinas” and another on Mexico “Memorial informatorio al rey . en su . Conseio de las Indias por la . ciudad de Merida, cabeça de la provincia de Yucatan sobre las pretensiones de aquella ciudad y provincia”. Palau, 108818 –only citing Magg’s copy, this copy. Not in Medina (Mexico). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        Cases of treason

      London: Pr. by the Assignes of John More, 1641. 4to (20 cm, 7.9"). [4], 35, [1] pp. First edition: His Majesty's Solicitor General (served 1606 to 1613) sets forth the law on treason, including sections on felony, abjuration and exile, and heresy. The title-page bears More's "Deus providebit" publisher's device, and the text is decorated with two headpieces and one decorative capital. The work, however, was not published until the early days of the English Civil Wars, when its reasonings were most apt. Evidence of readership: The section on "Cases of Felony" is => annotated in an early and rather challenging hand, on three pages. ESTC R16590; Gibson, Bacon, 198; Pforzheimer 25.3; Wing (rev. ed.) B272. Contemporary tan calf framed in triple blind fillets, later rebacked with brown sheep, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label; sides and spine with small scuffs, edges and extremities worn. Front pastedown with London bookseller's ticket, slightly offset onto free endpaper. Title-page darkened and stained, with two early inked notations; text generally age-toned and waterstained though not weakened. Variable worming from p. 14 on, in some cases touching letters without generally obscuring sense; upper edges of several leaves ragged and chipped, some lower edges untrimmed. => A classic.

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        Inventaire de l'Histoire Générale des Turcs ... depuis l'an mil trois cens, iusques en l'année 1640. Avec la mort, et belles actions de plusieurs Cheualiers de Malte & autres gentilshommes & seigneurs françois ...

      Malassis 1641 Fort volume in - 8, 886 pages, reliure plein veau de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons (1226g) Manque la page de titre. Edition de 1641, enrichie d'un nouveau livre, la première datant de 1631. Ouvrage composé de : Au Roi - Préface - Nomsdes françois qui se retrouvent dans cette Histoire - Table des noms des francois dont il est parlé dans la Continuation de cette Histoire, qui commence au neuvième Chapitre du dix - huitième Livre, & comprend les années 1619 iusques en l'année 1640 - Sommaire des chapitres de l'histoire générale des Turcs - Table des principales matières - Advertissement . Suivi des 21 livres. Petit travail de vers en marge, plus important aux deux dernières pages n'altérant pas le texte. Mors fendus. Coiffes arasées, manques de cuir au dos. Coins émoussés. Déchirures aux pages 625 et 765, cette dernière avec perte de texte sur 1 cm n'affectant pas la lecture. Etat moyen.

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        LE PAZZIE DE' SAVI, OVERO IL LAMBERTACCIO, POEMA TRAGICOEROICOMICO DI BARTOLOMEO BOCCHINI. AL SERENISSIMO PRINCIPE DON LORENZO DI TOSCANA.

      VENEZIA, BERTANI, 1641Legatura coeva in piena pergamena; titolo manoscritto e sei nervi rilevati al dorso; tracce di titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore. 406 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e fregio tipografico inquadrati entro cornice a duplice filetto, parte del fregio, del luogo e data di stampa integrati da antica mano a penna in luogo di mancanze risarcite. All'interno 12 tavole numerate fuori testo, comprese nella numerazione del volume, incise all'acquaforte e bianche al verso, aventi come soggetto il testo del canto di riferimento. Poeta bolognese e attore, il Bocchini fu autore di rime per lo più dialettali. L'opera è un poema eroicomico essendo minimali i tratti tragici pur citati nel titolo; tra questo genere è certamente il poema più assimilabile alla Secchia Rapita del Tassoni, come nel poema del Tassoni, l'autore narra delle lotte tra bolognesi e modenesi. Il testo è suddiviso in due parti: nei primi 4 canti vengono narrate le lotte tra i Petroni e i Gemignani, negli altri 8 canti le discordie sorte a Bologna tra le famiglie dei Lambertazzi e dei Geremei. Esemplare in buone condizioni, lieve uniforme ingiallitura delle carte, segnalata integrazione manoscritta al frontespizio.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C]
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        Parte Alpestre dello Stato di Milano, Con il Lago Maggiore di Lugano, e di Como

      Amsterdam, Blaeu Joan and Blaeu, Cornelis, 1641. "Parte Alpestre dello Stato di Milano Con il Lago Maggiore di Lugano, e di Como". Orig. copper-engraving. Published by J. and C. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641. Original old colouring. With figure title-cartouche and ornamental cartouche with the scale of map ("Milliaria Italica"). 38:50,5 cm.. Koeman II, map 7024:2 (Milan Alps), ed. 2:231 (1641-42 German). - A map of the area north of Milano with Lago Maggiore, Lago di Como, city of Bergamo and the Alps.

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        Opera ad vetustissimorum exemplarium fidem locis quamplurimis emendata. Nicolai Rigaltii Observationibus et Notis illustrata

      Paris: Lutetiae, sumptibus Mathurini du Puis, 1641. Folio; 10 hojas, 860 pp. y 130 pp., incluída portada, más 40 hojas para las notas y el glosario. Encuadernación moderna en papel de aguas que recubre la contemporánea a la impresión en piel.

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        LEICESTER'S COMMON - WEALTH. Conceived, spoken and published with most earnest protestation of dutifull goodwill and affection towards this realme. Whereunto is added Leicesters - ghost.

      London, no printer named, Printed anno Dom. MDCXLI. [1641]EDITION UNKNOWN 1641, small 8vo, approximately 150 x 95 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, engraved portrait frontispiece signed: W Marshall sculpsit, pages: [8], 88, 81 - 128, 137 - 183, [1]; 34, jumps in pagination as in all copies, see ESTC R12740. LACKS THE TITLE PAGE TO LEICESTER'S GHOST, A1, bound in full brown morocco, gilt lettering and decoration to spine, gilt decoration to covers and edges of covers, all edges gilt and gauffered, marbled endpapers, binder has put the wrong date at bottom of spine. Binding slighty rubbed, title page slightly dusty, pale age - browning to margins, occasional small fox spot, otherwise a very good copy in an attractive binding. Leicester's Commonwealth (originally titled The Copie of a Leter wryten by a Master of Arts of Cambrige) (1584) is a scurrilous tract that circulated in Elizabethan England and which attacked Queen Elizabeth I's favourite, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. The work functioned as Roman Catholic propaganda against the political and religious policy of Elizabeth I's regime, in particular the Puritan sympathies fostered by Leicester. In doing so it portrayed Leicester as an amoral opportunist of "almost satanic malevolence", and circulated lurid stories of his scandalous deeds and his dangerous plots. The text is presented as "a letter written by a Master of Art of Cambridge to his friend in London, concerning some talk passed of late between two worshipful and grave men about the present state and some proceedings of the Earl of Leicester and his friends in England." The title "Leicester's Commonwealth" was first used in the 1641 edition. The book highly influenced Leicester's historical reputation in the ensuing centuries (Taken from Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        'Ducatvs Gelriae, pars prima Quae est Neomagensis. - Amstelodami, apud Joannem Janßonium.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Novus Atlas b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1641, 38,5 x 52. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3711:1.1. - Zeigt den Lauf des Niederheins (der Waal) von Emmerich bis Gorkum, den Lauf der Maas von Bergen / Ayen bis Gorinchem sowie das Gelderland mit der Betuwe mit Tiel, Nijmegen, Ravenstein u. Grave im Zentrum. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Vermessungsingenieur; unten links Kartusche Meilenzeigern; oben mittig Kompaßrose mit Richtungszeiger; unten mittig am Kartenrand Verlegeradresse ('Amstelodami, apud Joannem Janßonium.'). - Die Karte unten genordet. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        [TWO MANUSCRIPT VOLUMES CONTAINING PARLIAMENTARY PROTESTS FILED IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS FROM 1641 TO 1799]

      [London. 1641, 1660-1799].. Two volumes. [10],610; 311,[24]pp. Large folio. First volume in black morocco, elaborately tooled in gilt; second volume in dark green calf, also elaborately gilt. Hinges cracked, head and foot of spine worn; extremities rubbed, boards lightly scuffed. Internally fine, with very minor scattered foxing. Contemporary armorial bookplate of the Marquess of Rockingham on front pastedown. In matching blue half morocco clamshell cases, spines gilt. An exhaustive manuscript set of protests lodged by Members of the House of Lords over the period from 1641 to 1799, copied by the clerks in the Parliament Office and bound for Charles Watson- Wentworth, Second Marquess of Rockingham, with his bookplate. Peers had the right to protest decisions reached by Parliament into the journal or formal record of the House's proceedings, simply by signing their names against the record of the decision. Members could also add a protest consisting of a reason or series of reasons for their dissent; the first such protest originated in 1641. Such protests were not published at the time and would not have been available in printed form. This set includes, among other things, protests lodged against the Stamp Act and the Declaratory Act during the period preceding the American Revolution. Charles Watson-Wentworth, Second Marquess of Rockingham (1730-82) had long been a supporter of American rights and played a major role in the independence of the United States. He was Prime Minister first in 1766, and oversaw the repeal of the Stamp Act. His second stint as Prime Minister came in 1782, when he led Parliament in recognizing the independence of the United States at the end of the American Revolution. Rockingham always urged moderation in his government's treatment of the colonies, but nevertheless condemned the Boston Tea Party and other outrages, and in this respect did not differ from the rest of the British establishment during the time. Close connections with prominent British merchants influenced his support of the colonies, which were highly profitable for British trade, when not engaged in open rebellion. He was also the political mentor of Charles James Fox, the leading voice of American sympathy in British debates, and Edmund Burke was his personal secretary and political mouthpiece. Protest against the repeal of the Stamp Act takes up fourteen pages, covering the dissent over the second and third readings of the bill, on March 11 and 17, 1766. Among the reasons given for protesting the repeal in the second reading, the journal states that a bill could have been made to amend the Stamp Act, without repealing it, which the Lords would have considered "with a warm desire of relieving our countrymen in America, from any grievance or hardship; but with proper care to enforce their submission and obedience to the law so amended and to the whole Legislative Authority of Great Britain, without any reserve or distinction whatsoever." Likewise listed as reasons are the irrefutable authority of the power of taxation and the need for Americans to be taxed like all other British subjects, and the obvious ability of the Americans to bear their portion of the tax burden. Another point indicated is that if Americans are given the free trade they desire, the colonies will no longer be of any benefit to Britain, and would in fact be "in the highest degree prejudicial to the commerce and welfare of their Mother Country." The dissent on the third reading opens with the statement: "We think, that the Declaratory Bill we pass'd last week, cannot possibly obviate the growing mischiefs in America where it may seem calculated only to deceive people of Great Britain, by holding forth a delusive and nugatory affirmance of the legislative right of this Kingdom, whilst enacting part of it, does no more than abrogate the resolutions of the House of Representatives in the North American Colonies, which have not in themselves the least colour of authority; and declares that which is apparently and certainly criminal only, null and void." The dissent closes with the statement: "...repeal of this law, under the present circumstances, will we fear not only surrender the honour and essential interests of the Kingdom now and forever both at home and abroad...[but] we in effect annihilate this branch of the legislature and vote ourselves useless; or if by passing this bill, we mean to justify those who in America, and even in Great Britain, have treated a series of British Acts of Parliament, as so many acts of Tyranny and Oppression, which it is scarcely criminal to resist...we shall then give our approbation to an open breach of the first article of that great palladium of our liberties, the Bill of Rights...." The second volume contains numerous dissents related to the conflict with the American colonies, including an eloquent protest directed to the King regarding the imprudence and potential disgrace of hiring foreign mercenaries to fight the colonists. Additionally, protests against ceasing trade with the colonies and the impressment of American seamen. Altogether, a trove of British Parliamentary opinions, with important commentary on the American Revolution, with excellent and significant provenance.

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        The Historie of the Reigne of King Henry the Seventh

      London: sold by R. Meighen, 1641. Quarto, portrait frontispiece and decorative woodblock title-page (a little shaved at fore-edge margin); some staining to first few leaves, light foxing, but a good copy in contemporary full polished calf, joints strengthened and rebacked, retaining original gilt lettered backstrip. Early edition of Lord Bacon's history of Henry VII, the first Tudor king of England who ruled 1485 to 1509. When impeached and imprisoned in the Tower during the winter of 1620, Bacon kept his promise to King James I to write a history of the English kings. The Historie of the Reigne of King Henry the Seventh was intended as the first such work, and Bacon is known to have commenced, but never completed, another volume on Henry the Eighth. Bacon drew on his extensive personal experience as a statesman within the Tudor court, blending hardened pragmatism with enlightened philosophical reflection. The Dictionary of National Biography records that Bacon 'wrote with breathtaking speed, presenting the manuscript to the king early in October…It should be seen in the context of humanist historiography rather than as a precursor of its modern methods. Bacon was keenly interested in the conventional topics of virtue and fortune, but was unconventional in placing a much stronger emphasis on fortune than virtue. The central lesson of The History of Henry VII was that a ruler must remain open to accident and ready to seize the opportunities it offered.'.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. M. Merian aus Garzoni, Piazza Universale, "Typus orbis Terrarum".

      . um 1641, 16,8 x 24,7. Rare! Shirley, Mapping of the world, Nr. 356 A. - Seltene Weltkarte in 2 Hemisphären, mit Californien als Inseldarstellung. In den Ecken oben Mond und Sonne, am unteren Rand Allegorien zu den 4 Elementen.

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        Die Geißelung Christi.

      um 1641. Feder in Schwarz, grau laviert, mit schwarzer Feder umrandet, auf Bütten mit dem Fragment eines Wasserzeichens: bekröntes Wappen? Unten signiert "Gabriel Ho:", verso von späterer numeriert "No 488". 24,9:19,4 cm. Darstellung oben rundbogig geschlossen und mit eingezogenen Ecken. Kleinere Einrisse und Fehlstellen besonders im Bereich der Ränder sorgfältig restauriert. Provenienz: Auktion Karl & Faber, München, 29.11. - 1.12.1962, vgl. Nr. 194; Sammlung Herbert List, München, nicht bei Lugt; A.Pertsch, Mannheim; Auktion A. Winterberg, Heidelberg, 15.4.1972, vgl. Nr. 108; Katalog 31, Joseph Fach, Frankfurt a.M., 1984, vgl. Nr. 3 und 4, Abb. Seite 7; Katalog 55, Joseph Fach, Frankfurt a.M., 1992, vgl. Nr. 3 mit farb. Abb. Literatur: Ausst. Katalog: Zeichnungen aus fünf Jahrhunderten. Eine Stuttgarter Privatsammlung (W. Sumowski). Stuttgart, 1999, vgl. Nr. 98, Abb. 21.. Hornstein hauptsächlich Kopien nach G. Dreer, der um 1620/30 Hofmaler in Admont in der Steiermark gewesen ist. Die Pfingsszene aus dem Zyklus trägt die eigenhändige Inschrift "G. Dreer inventor", und eine "Verkündigung an Maria" von 1639 in der Sammlung Kurt Meissner, Zürich (W. Sumowski, 1967, Nr. 9 mit Abb.), geht auf eine Vorlage von Dreer in der Albertina zurück (H. Geissler, op. cit., I, S. 123, C 33 mit Abb.). Hornstain ist nur durch wenige Zeichnungen in noch spätmanieristischem Stil bekannt. Geissler hat 17 Blätter von seiner Hand erfaßt.

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        Sicilia Regnvm

      Amsterdam, Blaeu Joan and Blaeu, Cornelis, 1641. "Sicilia Regnum". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. und C. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1641. Mit fig. Titelkart., ornament. Kart. mit Meilenanzeiger ("Milliaria Italica communia. Milliaria Germanica"), 2 gr. Wappen, 2 Windrosen und 4 Segelschiffe. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7510:2, ed. 2:231 (1641-42 German). - Dekorative Karte von Sizilien.

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        Der Zeichner.

      . Radierung, um 1641. 9,3:6,4 cm. Literatur: Bartsch 130; Seidlitz 130, II (von IV); White-Boone 130, II (von III); Novell-Usticke 130, I (von V). - Ausgezeichneter, fein zeichnender Abdruck vor den Retuschen von Watelet. Mit außergewöhnlich breitem Rand, ca. 22-25 mm ringsum. Auf Schellenkappenpapier mit Fragment des Wasserzeichens. Querfalte im Oberrand geglättet, schwache Knickspur im rechten Rand, sonst hervorragend erhalten.. "Der Druck illustriert vielleicht die im 17. Jahrhundert weit verbreitete Auffassung, dass ein (angehender) Künstler nur durch ständige Übung den höchsten Grad der Perfektion in der Kunst erreichen konnte." (Das Rembrandthaus, Katalog der Radierungen. Amsterdam, Museum het Rembrandthuis, 1995, S. 84). Eine weitere Deutung der Darstellung, die Seidlitz ohne Quellenangabe anführt, lautet dahingehend, daß es sich bei ihr um ein Selbstbildnis Rembrandts, nach der Büste seines im Jahre 1639 verstorbenen Kindes zeichnend, handelt.

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        XCVI. SERMONS, by the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrewes, late Lord Bishop of Winchester. Published, by His Majesties speciall command.

      London, printed by Richard Badger, printer to the Prince His Highness, 1641.4th edition 1641. Folio, 320 x 220 mm, 12¾ x 8½ inches, ENGRAVED PORTRAIT FRONTISPIECE, over 1200 pages, pagination is erratic but text complete, this copy collates exactly as ESTC R9215. Pages: [16], 331, [3], 333 - 379, 362 - 365, 381 - 382, [3], 383 - 1020, [4], 26, [2], 25 - 167, [5], 22, [18]=Index. Frontispiece portrait of Andrewes signed: Iohn Payne fecit. Divisional title pages to each part, large pictorial woodcut initials mostly of ships, but also mermaids, floral and 1 scientific, decorated head and tail pieces to chapters, rebound in modern full panelled calf, maroon gilt lettered label to spine, gilt decorated spine new endpapers. Hole to page 911 neatly repaired with no loss of text, small ink splash on 1 lower margin, small nicks to lower margins of pages 661 - 760 and 847 - 866, all neatly repaired, nowhere near the text, occasional neat note to margins and several pointing hands in margins, all in old ink, portrait lightly foxed, title page slightly dusty, occasional spot or mark. Overall a very good clean attractive copy with the scarce portrait frontispiece. The sermons are: of the nativity; preached upon Ash - wednesday; preached in Lent ; preached upon Good - Friday; of the resurrection; of the sending of the Holy Ghost; preached upon the fifth of August; of the Gun - powder - treason; Certaine sermons preached at sundry times, upon severall occasions; Sermon preached at the funerall of the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God Lancelot Late Lord Bishop of Winchester; "Sermons of the nativity", "Sermons preached upon Ash - wednesday", "Sermons preached in Lent", "Sermons preached upon Good - Friday", "Sermons of the resurrection", "Sermons of the sending of the Holy Ghost", "Sermons preached upon the fifth of August", and "Sermons of the Gun - powder - treason" each have divisional title page; pagination is continuous. "Certaine sermons preached at sundry times, upon severall occasions" has divisional title page and separate pagination; "A sermon preached at the funerall of the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God Lancelot Late Lord Bishop of Winchester, .. by .. Iohn Late L. Bishop of Ely [i.e. John Buckeridge]" has separate dated (1640) title page and pagination. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Pastoralis solicitudinis, sive: De officio et potestate episcopi tripartita descriptio. Partes tres: Glossae XVIII, Allegationes CXXXIII. Formularium episcopale.addita mantissa Apostolicorum constitutionum et decretorum.

      Sumptibus Laurentii Durand,, Lyon, 1641 - Lyon, Sumptibus Laurentii Durand, 1641. Folio. (I.et II:) Ttlbl. mit Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (36), 480, (100) S.; (III:) Ttlbl. mit Druckersignet, 635 S.; (Formularium episcopale:) 127, (4) S. Gut erhaltener, eindrucksvoller zeitgenössischer Holzdeckelband mit blindgepresstem Schweinslederüberzug auf fünf Bünde geheftet (Schließen fehlen). Die Werke von Augustinus BARBOSA (1589-1649) sind auch in Deutschland vielfach benutzt worden. Seine Abhandlungen waren erschöpfende Darstellungen zum jeweiligen Sachgebiet. Seine Kommentare waren Standardwerke (vgl. Schulte, Quellen, III,1/746). Schon sein Literaturverzeichnis beeindruckt in Quantität wie Qualität. Es enthält mittelallterliche Autoren ebenwo wie neuzeitliche Kanonisten. Die Gegenreformation hat alles aufgeboten, was Eindruck erwecken könnte. Das hochgelehrte Werk ist in drei Teile unterteilt. Der erste Teil behandelt die Einrichtung des Bischofssitzes, die Wahl des Bichofes und seine Pflichten. Der zweite Teil beschäftigt sich näher mit den Amtspflichten eines Bischofs, etwa die Spendung der Sakramente. Der dritte Teil widmet sich der bischöflichen Gerichtsbarkeit. Angebunden sind: FORMULARIUM Episcopale (108 formulae) BULLAE, Constitutiones, et Decreta summorum Pontificum (Auszugsweise das Konzil von Trient) Sprache: lateinisch Gut erhaltener, eindrucksvoller zeitgenössischer Holzdeckelband mit blindgepresstem Schweinslederüberzug auf fünf Bünde geheftet (Schließen fehlen). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        NOVAE MOTUUM CAELESTIUM EPHEMERIDES RICHELIANAE:

      Parisiis, Sumptibus Authoris, 1641.Annorum 15, ab anno 1637. incipientes, ubi sex anni priores e fontibus Lansbergianis, reliqui vero e numeris Tychoni - Keplerianis eruuntur, quibus accesserunt. In priori parte. 1. Isagoge in astrologiam. 2. De aeris mutatione. 3. Doctrina primi mobilis exquisitè demonstrata. In secunda parte. 1. Usus tabularum Astronomicarum pro rebus omnibus ad astronomiam spectantibus instituendis. 2. De crisium mysterio tractatus. 3. Gnomonices liber unus, ubi scioterica delineandi horologia quocunque modo vel declinantia, vel inclinantia methodus omnium & facillima & brevissima tabularum ope, traditur. Authore Natal. Durret... 1641, Latin text, 4to, approximately 245 x 185 mm, 9¾ x 7¼ inches, engraved architectural title page to the first part by Pierre Lombard, with small portraits of Tycho Brahe, Lansbergius and C. Ptolomaeus, engraved and woodcut illustrations and diagrams in the text, pages: [12], 110, 135, 138 - 181; 44, 48, 64, [8], 56, [56], 168, 263, [5], collation: a6, A - N4, O2, P1; A - 2Y2; A - L2; A - M2; A - H4; A - B2 ; A - O2 ; a - g4; A - X4; A - 2I4, 2K2, 2L4. Bound in modern blind panelled calf, raised bands to spine with blind motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label. Light damp stain to lower outer corner of first 8 leaves, including both title pages, occasional very pale damp stain to fore - edge margins, 2 lower margin corners very neatly repaired, Tt1 and Tt21 slightly stained on text, no loss of legibility, 1 brief marginal note, some of the margins to the tables trimmed close, a few with loss of page number and just shaved at fore - edges. A very good copy. The London printing of 1647 which was a reissue of our book with a new title is recorded as having a folding engraved plate, probably missing from our book. We have not been able to find a reference to this in the French editions we have located. Noël Duret or Natalis Durrett, born in Montbrison in 1590, died in Paris in 1650, was a French mathematician and astronomer, cosmographer of King Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu. Sotheby's Library of the Earls of Macclesfield Part IV No. 678 lists a copy of the London first edition which belonged to Edmund Halley. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Dominio Veneto nell' Italia

      Amsterdam, Blaeu, Joan and Blaeu, Cornelis, 1641. "Dominio Veneto nell' Italia". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. und C. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1641. Mit ornament. Titelkart. mit 2 Putten, ornament. Kart mit Meilenanzeiger ("Milliaria Italica ... Germanica") und ebenso 2 Putten, gr. Wappen, Windrose und 3 Segelschiffe. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7100:2, ed. 2:231 (1641-42 German). - Karte von Venetien, eine Region in Nordostitalien (das Gebiet mit Bergamo, Lago di Garda, Verona, Vicenza, Venedig, Udine, Golf von Venedig und Istrien).

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        The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac.]

      1641 - Ulm, 1641. Coloured with watercolour and gouache, stars highlighted in gold. Twelve plates, each 285 x 380mm. Some plates slightly trimmed.

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        Riviera di Genova da Ponente

      Amsterdam, Blaeu, Joan and Blaeu Cornelis, 1641. Westlichen Teil. "Riviera di Genova da Ponente". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. und C. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1641. Mit fig. Titelkart. mit einem Wappen und Meilenanzeiger ("Scala di quindici miglia Italiane") und 3 Segelschiffe. 38:49,5 cm.. Koeman II, map 7081:2, ed. 2:231 (1641-42 German). - Karte von dem westlichen Teil der italienischen Riviera (zwischen Genua und Nizza).

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        Pastoralis solicitudinis, sive: De officio et potestate episcopi tripartita descriptio. Partes tres: Glossae XVIII, Allegationes CXXXIII. Formularium episcopale...addita mantissa Apostolicorum constitutionum et decretorum.

      Lyon, Sumptibus Laurentii Durand, 1641.. Folio. (I.et II:) Ttlbl. mit Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (36), 480, (100) S.; (III:) Ttlbl. mit Druckersignet, 635 S.; (Formularium episcopale:) 127, (4) S. Gut erhaltener, eindrucksvoller zeitgenössischer Holzdeckelband mit blindgepresstem Schweinslederüberzug auf fünf Bünde geheftet (Schließen fehlen).. Die Werke von Augustinus BARBOSA (1589-1649) sind auch in Deutschland vielfach benutzt worden. Seine Abhandlungen waren erschöpfende Darstellungen zum jeweiligen Sachgebiet. Seine Kommentare waren Standardwerke (vgl. Schulte, Quellen, III,1/746). Schon sein Literaturverzeichnis beeindruckt in Quantität wie Qualität. Es enthält mittelallterliche Autoren ebenwo wie neuzeitliche Kanonisten. Die Gegenreformation hat alles aufgeboten, was Eindruck erwecken könnte. Das hochgelehrte Werk ist in drei Teile unterteilt. Der erste Teil behandelt die Einrichtung des Bischofssitzes, die Wahl des Bichofes und seine Pflichten. Der zweite Teil beschäftigt sich näher mit den Amtspflichten eines Bischofs, etwa die Spendung der Sakramente. Der dritte Teil widmet sich der bischöflichen Gerichtsbarkeit. Angebunden sind: FORMULARIUM Episcopale (108 formulae) BULLAE, Constitutiones, et Decreta summorum Pontificum (Auszugsweise das Konzil von Trient)

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        Dissertatio, de ingenii muliebris ad doctrinam, & meliores litteras aptitudine. Accedunt quaedam epistolae ejusdem argumenti.

      Lugdunum Batavorum Ex officina Elseviriana 1641. Sluitvignetten. Perkament. 8vo. 112 pp. *stempel op titelpagina, oude naam op schutblad, perkament licht vlekkig*Anna Maria van Schuurman, 5 november 1607 Keulen - 4 mei 1678 Wiewerd. 'Reeds vroeg bleek de buitengewone begaafdheid van Van Schurman. Zij tekende, schilderde, borduurde en maakte knipsels met bijzondere kunstvaardigheid. En vroeg leerde zij niet alleen de moderne talen, maar ook Latijn en Grieks. Zij verdiepte zich niet slechts in de grote klassieken, doch raakte ook spoedig thuis in de kerkvaders. Zij sprak en schreef het Grieks even vlug en sierlijk en juist als het Latijn. Vooral het Hebreeuws had haar liefde. Men begroette haar weldra als 'doctores in de heilige sprake'. Zij kende Arabisch, Syrisch, Aramees en schreef zelfs een Ethiopische spraakkunst. (...) Rekenkunde, astronomie, plantkunde hadden haar belangstelling. Ook op muzikaal gebied blonk zij uit. Een van haar oudste vrienden was Jacob Cats. (...) Constantijn Huijgens stond in geregelde briefwisseling met haar. Descartes (...) bewonderde haar kennis, maar hun contacten bekoelden, toen zij zich later meer en meer tot de theologie wendde. (...) Zij raakte bevriend met G. Voettius wiens colleges zij vanuit een verborgen zitplaats mocht volgen. (...) In 1636 schreef Van Schurman op verzoek een Latijns gedicht bij de inwijding van de Utrechtse academie en daarbij à l'improviste een vloeiend Frans poëm. Zij werd daardoor op eenmaal, tot in het buitenland bekend. (...) Vorstelijke personen bezochten haar, de hele geleerde wereld schreef haar brieven. (...) Tussen 1632 en 1650 correspondeerde zij met A. Rivet te Leiden over het recht der vrouw om zich aan de wetenschap te wijden. Een deel van deze brieven werd in 1638 gepubliceerd. In bovenstaand werkje wordt eveneens de mogelijkheid tot ontwikkeling van de vrouw bepleit. De studie heeft bij Van Schurman niet - zoals in het Engelse puritanisme - ten doel de vrouw door een betere ontwikkeling meer capabel te maken voor haar taak als echtgenote en moeder, maar dient de ere Gods en de redding van de ziel. (...) In 1648 kwam haar 'Opuscula' uit (...) Inmiddels was Van Schurman zich steeds meer bewust geworden van het verval van de kerk. (...) Zij achtte dat de preken van de meeste predikanten 'geen dropje smaakten of riekten naar olie, die de geest van Christus in de harten der zijnen pleegt uit te storten'. Biografisch lexicon voor de geschiedenis van het Nederlandse protestantisme, 2, 396-399 'Later in haar leven verliet ze de Nederduits Gereformeerde kerk (1669) en sloot ze zich aan bij de "Huisgemeente van Jean de Labadie". Ze maakte als leidsvrouw de vervolgingen van die groep mee en trok met hen naar Amsterdam naar Herford in Duitsland naar Altona in Denemarken naar Wieuwerd in Friesland. In 1678 overleed ze.' Schenkeveld -Van der Dussen, Met en zonder Lauwerkrans, 208-209 Over Schuurman zie ook: G.D.J. Schotel. Anna Maria van Schuurman. 's-Hertogenbosch, 1853. Willems, A. Les Elzevier. Histoire annales typographiques, 685 (vermeldt exemplaar met portret). Rahir, É. Catalogue d'une collection unique de volumes imprimés par les Elzevier (...), 686.

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        LE PAZZIE DE' SAVI, OVERO IL LAMBERTACCIO, POEMA TRAGICOEROICOMICO DI BARTOLOMEO BOCCHINI. AL SERENISSIMO PRINCIPE DON LORENZO DI TOSCANA.

      VENEZIA, BERTANI, 1641 - Legatura coeva in piena pergamena; titolo manoscritto e sei nervi rilevati al dorso; tracce di titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore. 406 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e fregio tipografico inquadrati entro cornice a duplice filetto, parte del fregio, del luogo e data di stampa integrati da antica mano a penna in luogo di mancanze risarcite. All'interno, 12 tavole numerate fuori testo, comprese nella numerazione del volume, incise all'acquaforte e bianche al verso, aventi come soggetto il testo del canto di riferimento. Poeta bolognese e attore, il Bocchini fu autore di rime per lo più dialettali. L'opera è un poema eroicomico essendo  minimali i tratti tragici pur citati nel titolo; tra questo genere è certamente il poema più assimilabile alla Secchia Rapita del Tassoni, come nel  poema del Tassoni, l'autore narra delle lotte tra bolognesi e modenesi. Il testo è suddiviso in due parti: i primi 4 canti vengono narrate le lotte tra i Petroni e i Gemignani negli altri 8 canti le discordie sorte a Bologna tra le famiglie dei Lambertazzi e dei Geremei. Esemplare in buone condizioni, lieve uniforme ingiallitura delle carte, segnalata integrazione manoscritta al frontespizio. 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LO SCUDO E L'ASTA DEL SOLDATO MONFERRINO, IMPUGNATI ALLA DIFESA DEL SUO POLITICO SISTEMA. CONTRO L'ISTORICO POLITICO INDIFFERENTE, DA COLLENUCCIO NICOCLEONTE, CON UN DISCORSO POLITICO SOPRA I CORRENTI AFFARI DELL'ITALIA.  

      CIFALU' (VENEZIA), ATABALIPA LEONTINO, 1641Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Frontespizio, 6 pagine non numerate per dedicatorie; 200 pagine, alcune mal numerate. L'opera è una celebre invettiva dello storico e scrittore benedettino Vittorio Siri contro l'opera del giurista Giovan Battista Birago "L'istorico politico indifferente" a volte unita nello stesso volume. La disputa tra i due nacque dalla pubblicazione del Birago delle "Considerazioni sopra il Discorso intitolato Il soldato Monferrino" e via via assunse toni sempre più aspri e drammatici. Significativo a tal proposito il motto latino al frontespizio "vel cum hoc, vel in hoc" (o con questo, o in questo) che dichiara fin da subito il suo atteggiamento verso l'avversario. In questa accesa contesa si percepiscono le conseguenze culturali e politiche del conflitto della metà del Seicento che coinvolse la Francia e la Spagna nella Guerra dei Trent'anni. Vittorio Siri, filo - francese, in quest'opera si scaglia contro il Birago, filo - spagnolo e acceso difensore dei fondamenti cristiani, auspicando che i prìncipi italiani cerchino un'intesa per contenere il predominio spagnolo in Italia. Da Treccani, Enciclopedia, "Siri, benedettino(1625), poi prete secolare e professore a Venezia, strinse amicizia con l'ambasciatore francese e s'interessò di questioni politiche; mentre era in atto la guerra dei Trent'anni con il conseguente conflitto franco - spagnolo, con lo pseudonimo di Capitano Latino Verità pubblicò (1640) Il politico soldato monferrino, ovvero discorso politico sopra gli affari di Casale, auspicando una lega antispagnola. Entrato al servizio del re di Francia, ottenne per primo da Richelieu l'accesso ai materiali archivistici francesi e continuò a occuparsi di politica internazionale, pubblicando tra l'altro il Mercurio politico (15 voll., 1644 - 82) e le Memorie recondite dall'anno 1601 sin al 1640 (1676 - 79). Divenuto sospetto alla Repubblica di Venezia, S. si ritirò a Modena, poi in Francia". Esemplare in buone condizioni dal bel carattere corsivo impresso su carta forte.

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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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        LEICESTER'S COMMON-WEALTH. Conceived, spoken and published with most earnest protestation of dutifull goodwill and affection towards this realme. Whereunto is added Leicesters-ghost

      London, no printer named, Printed anno Dom. MDCXLI. [1641]. London, no printer named, Printed anno Dom. MDCXLI. [1641]. EDITION UNKNOWN 1641, small 8vo, approximately 150 x 95 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, engraved portrait frontispiece signed: W Marshall sculpsit, pages: [8], 88, 81-128, 137-183, [1]; 34, jumps in pagination as in all copies, see ESTC R12740. LACKS THE TITLE PAGE TO LEICESTER'S GHOST, A1, bound in full brown morocco, gilt lettering and decoration to spine, gilt decoration to covers and edges of covers, all edges gilt and gauffered, marbled endpapers, binder has put the wrong date at bottom of spine. Binding slighty rubbed, title page slightly dusty, pale age-browning to margins, occasional small fox spot, otherwise a very good copy in an attractive binding. Leicester's Commonwealth (originally titled The Copie of a Leter wryten by a Master of Arts of Cambrige) (1584) is a scurrilous tract that circulated in Elizabethan England and which attacked Queen Elizabeth I's favourite, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. The work functioned as Roman Catholic propaganda against the political and religious policy of Elizabeth I's regime, in particular the Puritan sympathies fostered by Leicester. In doing so it portrayed Leicester as an amoral opportunist of "almost satanic malevolence", and circulated lurid stories of his scandalous deeds and his dangerous plots. The text is presented as "a letter written by a Master of Art of Cambridge to his friend in London, concerning some talk passed of late between two worshipful and grave men about the present state and some proceedings of the Earl of Leicester and his friends in England." The title "Leicester's Commonwealth" was first used in the 1641 edition. The book highly influenced Leicester's historical reputation in the ensuing centuries (Taken from Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Memorial Informatorio en favor del Maese de Campo Don Antonio Urrutia de Vergara. Respondiendo a la contradiction hecha por parte de don Francisco de la Torre, y a los dos escritos que han presentado [follows] Copia de tres sentencias que en 18 del mes de

      Mexico, 1641. Defense of a prominent businessman of Colonial Mexico; one of two known copies; with a rare sentence by Palafox. N.d. [1641]. N.p. [Mexico]. In 8vo. Fine 19th century red calf, boards heavily gilt, with fillets and corner pieces, raised bands to spine, tooled and lettered in gilt; spine with lower portion reconstructed. Edges stained red, a little cropped by the binder, overall fine.Exceedingly rare memorial, in defense of Don Antonio Urrutia de Vergara, against Francisco de la Torre; we have only found one other copy of this rare imprint, at the Real Academia de la Historia, Madrid. Medina did not know of it, and Palau only cites the copy held by Maggs in the 1920?s (this copy).Urritia de Vergara (1598 ? 1667) was a prominent Spanish businessman in Mexico, he was involved in commerce, agriculture, and real estate; in fact, Viceroy Alburquerque portrayed Urrutia as the largest merchant of the Indies "el mayor mercader de las Indias" (Cf. "El poder del dinero en el Mexico del siglo XVII", Virgilio Fernandez Bulete). His relation with the colonial administration appears to have been heterogeneous; however his relation to Viceroy Cerralvo was close and fruitful, it gained Urritia his post as Maestre de Campo, in 1632. Cerralvo?s successor, Cadereita, had Urrutia imprisoned (1637), for charges of fiscal fraud. Urrutia escaped and stayed at a Monastery. In 1639, the Consejo de las Indias ordered to stop the legal action against Urrutia and appointed Palafox to solve the issue. Palafox condemned Urrutia banning him from New Spain for two years; shortly after, he would be appointed Maestre de Campo, again. The imprint contains the sentence given by Bishop Palafox "Sentencia que dio el Señor Obispo don Juan de Palafox al Maefe de Campo don Antonio de Vergara sobre su salida de la carcel".His business relation reached across the Pacific, with strong ties to Manila. This is clearly evidenced by the writer of this eloquent defense, Juan Grau y Monfalcon, the Procurator General for the Philippines. His involvement proves irrevocably the importance of the man held under trial. Grau y Monfalcon wrote other letters and memorials to the King of Spain, such as: "Señor. Don Iuan Grau y Monfalcon, Procurador general de [...] la ciudad de Manila, Cabeça de las Isla Filipinas, en nombre della dize. Que siendo la conservacion de las Islas el medio mas eficaz para la de todos los Estados que esta Corona tiene y posee en la India Oriental", "Memorial informatorio al Rey nuestro Señor en su Real y Supremo Conseio de las Indias, por la insigne, y siempre leal ciudad de Manila, Cabeça de las Islas Filipinas" and another on Mexico "Memorial informatorio al rey ... en su ... Conseio de las Indias por la ... ciudad de Merida, cabeça de la provincia de Yucatan sobre las pretensiones de aquella ciudad y provincia".Palau, 108818 ?only citing Magg?s copy, this copy. Not in Medina (Mexico).

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        'Tabvla Portuvm maris Septendrionalis a parte quae Teßel usq quae Hoosten appellatur.':.

      . Kupferstich v. Merian aus Werdenhagen, 1641, 26 x 36 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Seekarte mit dem Küstenstreifen zwischen Texel u. Calais u. der englischen Ostküste. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - In der Nordsee Windrose.

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        'Molvccae Insvlae Celeberrimae - Bachain I. - Amstelodami, Guiljelmus Blaeuw excudit.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 37,5 x 49 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 596, Nr. 8560:2.2. - Zeigt die indonesische Inselgruppe der Molukken mit 'Haerij', Ternate, 'Miterra', Tidore, 'Pottebackers Eyland', 'Timor alijs Motir' und Makian, sowie am unteren Kartenrand die westl. Küste der Insel Halmakera (Djoilolo/'Gilolo I.'); oben links Insetkarte ('Bachian I.') der Bucht von 'Bachiau' auf der Insel Bacan in dekorativer Kartusche. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche; am unteren Rand mittig Kartusche mit Meilenzeigern; unten rechts Mann u. Frau in Landestracht; unten links Verlegeradresse von Blaeu; in der Karte Windrosen, Segelschiffe u. Meeresungeheuer.

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        Geometriae practicae novae et aucte. 4 Teile in 1 Band.

      Nürnberg, Dümmler, (1641).. (18,5 x 15 cm). (12) 296 S.; (16) 198 (5) S.; (12) 101 (3) S.; (2) 83 (4) S. Mit 2 mitpaginierten Kupfertiteln, 2 mitpaginierten Titeln in Holzschnitt, 1 ganzseitigen gestochenen Portrait und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Pappband der Zeit.. Dritte Auflage seines mathematischen Hauptwerkes. - Die 4 Traktate tragen folgende Titel: I. Darinnen auß rechtem Fundament gewiesen wird; wie man in der Geometria auff dem Papier und Lande mit denen dazugehörigen Instrumenten als Cirkel, Richtscheid, Winkelhacken etc. practiciren solle. - II. Ohne einig künstlich Geometrisch Instrument allein mit der Meßrute und etlichen Stäben, das Land zu messen. - III. Beschreibung des nutzlichen Geometrischen Tischleins, von dem fürtrefflichen... J. Praetorio erfunden. - IV. Darinnen Camilli Ravertae Mediolanensis, Erfindung auß einem Stande das Land zu messen... - Schwenter (1585-1636) war Professor für Mathematik und Rektor der Universität Altdorf. "Der Mathematiker schätzt vorzugsweise folgende Schriften Schwenter's: "Die Beschreibung des geometrischen Tischleins", welches J. Prätorius erfunden (1619), "Die Geometria practica nova" (1625/26), welche das beste derartige Werk genannt zu werden verdient, das im XVII. Jahrhundert erschienen ist" (ADB). - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Erster Titel mit Notizen von alter Hand. Rücken alt überklebt. Insgesamt sauberes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Cantor II, 666 (sehr ausführlich).

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        Vom Feldmässen: Kurtzer unnd gründlicher Bericht, wie man allerley Felder auß rechtem geometrischem Grunde abmässen... solle. Darbey auch die Irrthumben so biß dahero bey den gemeinen und unfundirten Feldmässern vorgeloffen, entdeckt werden.

      Nürnberg, Dümler, 1641.. (14 x 8 cm). (14) 195 (richtig 199) (15 (4w)) S. Mit zahlreichen schematischen Textholzschnitten. - Beigebunden: Bartholomaeus Pitiscus. Sinuum tangentium et secantium canon manualis accomodatus ad trigonometriam. Heidelberg. Geyder für Rosa in Frankfurt. 1620. 96 Bll. Pergamentband der Zeit unter Verwendung von altem Manuskriptpergament.. Zu I: Zweite Ausgabe, erstmals 1622 erschienen; wesentlich seltener als die 1673 und 1718 gedruckte Neubearbeitung von Trew. - Der in Jagsthausen geborene Cantzler (1563-1629) führte Vermessungen in Waldeck durch und erstellte Karten der Grafschaften Wertheim und Erbach. Mit vorliegendem Werk schuf er das Handbuch der Kartographen für zwei Jahrhunderte. - Jöcher I, 1633; VD17 39:115025L. - Zu II: Zweite Ausgabe, erstmals 1613 erschienen. - Pitiscus (Petiscus) (1561-1613) wurde besonders durch seine Beiträge zur Mathematik bekannt. Er verwendet erstmals den Begriff "Trigonometrie", verfasste dazu ein Lehrbuch und verbesserte die trigonometrischen Tafeln. - VD17 39:115082B. - Vorsatz mit Notizen von alter Hand. Der erste Band gleichmäßig etwas gebräunt und mit verbundenen Vorstücken. Einband berieben und stark gebräunt. Insgesamt gut erhalten

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        'Graecia. Joh. et Corn. Blaeu exc.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Johannes & Cornelis Blaeu b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 41,5 x 52 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800 (2. edition 1992), S. 36, Nr. 245b u. Abb. S. 202, Pl. 41; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 589, 7800:2. - Zeigt Griechenland mit den Ägäischen Inseln u. den Ionischen Inseln. - Unten links große dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel u. Verlegeradresse; darunter Meilenzeigerkartusche; am rechten oberen Rand Wappenkartusche mit Dedikation an Claudio Salmasio.

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        'Gvinea - Guiljelmus Blaeu':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1641, 38,5 x 52,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 597; Nr. 8700:2A. - Zeigt den Golf von Guinea (Goldküste / Elfenbeinküste) mit den heutigen Staaten Guinea, Libera, Elfenbeinküste (Cote d'Ivoire), Ghana, Togo, Benin u. Nigeria; mittig in der Karte der heutige Staat Ghana. - Am unteren Rand Titelkartusche mit Afrikanern, Affen u. Papagei. - Rechts und links daneben Dedikation von Blaeu mit Wappen und 2 Afrikaner beim Transport von Elfenbein. - In der Karte Affen, Elefanten, Tiger und Löwen. - Im Atlantik 5 Segelschiffe u. 2 Windrosen. - Dekorativ!

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        Cours de droit civil, suivant le Code français. Quatrième édition.

      - Bruxelles, 1641, volumi 11, in-8, mezza pelle. Manca il volume II. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NOVAE MOTUUM CAELESTIUM EPHEMERIDES RICHELIANAE:

      Parisiis, Sumptibus Authoris, 1641.. Parisiis, Sumptibus Authoris, 1641.. Annorum 15, ab anno 1637. incipientes, ubi sex anni priores e fontibus Lansbergianis, reliqui vero e numeris Tychoni-Keplerianis eruuntur, quibus accesserunt. In priori parte. 1. Isagoge in astrologiam. 2. De aeris mutatione. 3. Doctrina primi mobilis exquisitè demonstrata. In secunda parte. 1. Usus tabularum Astronomicarum pro rebus omnibus ad astronomiam spectantibus instituendis. 2. De crisium mysterio tractatus. 3. Gnomonices liber unus, ubi scioterica delineandi horologia quocunque modo vel declinantia, vel inclinantia methodus omnium & facillima & brevissima tabularum ope, traditur. Authore Natal. Durret... 1641, Latin text, 4to, approximately 245 x 185 mm, 9¾ x 7¼ inches, engraved architectural title page to the first part by Pierre Lombard, with small portraits of Tycho Brahe, Lansbergius and C. Ptolomaeus, engraved and woodcut illustrations and diagrams in the text, pages: [12], 110, 135, 138-181; 44, 48, 64, [8], 56, [56], 168, 263, [5], collation: a6, A-N4, O2, P1; A-2Y2; A-L2; A-M2; A-H4; A-B2 ; A-O2 ; a-g4; A-X4; A-2I4, 2K2, 2L4. Bound in modern blind panelled calf, raised bands to spine with blind motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label. Light damp stain to lower outer corner of first 8 leaves, including both title pages, occasional very pale damp stain to fore-edge margins, 2 lower margin corners very neatly repaired, Tt1 and Tt21 slightly stained on text, no loss of legibility, 1 brief marginal note, some of the margins to the tables trimmed close, a few with loss of page number and just shaved at fore-edges. A very good copy. The London printing of 1647 which was a reissue of our book with a new title is recorded as having a folding engraved plate, probably missing from our book. We have not been able to find a reference to this in the French editions we have located. Noël Duret or Natalis Durrett, born in Montbrison in 1590, died in Paris in 1650, was a French mathematician and astronomer, cosmographer of King Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu. Sotheby's Library of the Earls of Macclesfield Part IV No. 678 lists a copy of the London first edition which belonged to Edmund Halley. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        XCVI. SERMONS, by the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrewes, late Lord Bishop of Winchester. Published, by His Majesties speciall command.

      London printed by Richard Badger printer to the Prince His Highness 1641 - 4th edition 1641. Folio, 320 x 220 mm, 12¾ x 8½ inches, ENGRAVED PORTRAIT FRONTISPIECE, over 1200 pages, pagination is erratic but text complete, this copy collates exactly as ESTC R9215. Pages: [16], 331, [3], 333-379, 362-365, 381-382, [3], 383-1020, [4], 26, [2], 25-167, [5], 22, [18]=Index. Frontispiece portrait of Andrewes signed: Iohn Payne fecit. Divisional title pages to each part, large pictorial woodcut initials mostly of ships, but also mermaids, floral and 1 scientific, decorated head and tail pieces to chapters, rebound in modern full panelled calf, maroon gilt lettered label to spine, gilt decorated spine new endpapers. Hole to page 911 neatly repaired with no loss of text, small ink splash on 1 lower margin, small nicks to lower margins of pages 661-760 and 847-866, all neatly repaired, nowhere near the text, occasional neat note to margins and several pointing hands in margins, all in old ink, portrait lightly foxed, title page slightly dusty, occasional spot or mark. Overall a very good clean attractive copy with the scarce portrait frontispiece. The sermons are: of the nativity; preached upon Ash-wednesday; preached in Lent ; preached upon Good-Friday; of the resurrection; of the sending of the Holy Ghost; preached upon the fifth of August; of the Gun-powder-treason; Certaine sermons preached at sundry times, upon severall occasions; Sermon preached at the funerall of the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God Lancelot Late Lord Bishop of Winchester; "Sermons of the nativity", "Sermons preached upon Ash-wednesday", "Sermons preached in Lent", "Sermons preached upon Good-Friday", "Sermons of the resurrection", "Sermons of the sending of the Holy Ghost", "Sermons preached upon the fifth of August", and "Sermons of the Gun-powder-treason" each have divisional title page; pagination is continuous. "Certaine sermons preached at sundry times, upon severall occasions" has divisional title page and separate pagination; "A sermon preached at the funerall of the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God Lancelot Late Lord Bishop of Winchester, . by . Iohn Late L. Bishop of Ely [i.e. John Buckeridge]" has separate dated (1640) title page and pagination. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Termes de la Ley; Or Certaine Difficult and Obscure Words

      , 1641. 1641. The First English Law Dictionary [Rastell, John (d.1536)]. [Rastell, William (c.1508-1565)]. Les Termes de la Ley; Or, Certaine Difficult and Obscure Words and Termes of the Common Lawes and Statutes of This Realme Now in Use, Expounded and Explained. Newly Imprinted, And Much Inlarged and Augmented. With a New Addition of Above Two Hundred and Fifty Words. London: Printed by Jo. Beale and Rich. Hearne, 1641. [xiv], 271 ff. (Final leaf, a blank, lacking.) Text printed in parallel columns. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, raised bands and gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Light toning to text, minor edgewear to title page and a few other leaves. Early owner annotations to front endleaf, interior otherwise clean. * Later edition. English and Law French in parallel columns. First published in 1527 by John Rastell, this was both the first English dictionary and first English law dictionary. It was originally written in Law French with the Latin title Expositiones Terminorum Legum Anglorumae. Later editions were produced by his son, William, who is believed to be the editor or translator. (Some sources claim, erroneously, that William is teh author.) Quite popular with students and lawyers due to its clarity and concision, it went through at least twenty-five editions by 1721. A final reissue appeared in 1819. As Marvin observes, it is a useful dictionary because it "reflects the common law at the close of the year-book period with much fidelity.": Legal Bibliography 599. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:11 (48).

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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 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 596, 8615:2. - Zeigt Marokko mit der Straße von Gibraltar; die Städte Fes (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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        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 Ausgabe der Werke 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.

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        Manuscrito-Felipe IV. "Papeles políticos del tiempo de Felipe IV".

      Manuscrito, Madrid 1641 - Volumen facticio que tiene una serie de documentos de carácter político de la época de Felipe IV. Tiene al principio un índice realizado en época posterior y que enumera todo lo que contiene el volumen. Folio. 431 h. Piel con nervios, tejuelos y hierros dorados, rozada. Diferentes tipos de letras. Entre los documentos destacan: - "Introducion a la Politica, y razon de Estado de el Rey Catholico Don Fernando a el Ilustrisimo y Excelentisimo Conde Duque mi señor por Don Diego de Saavedra Faxardo Axente de Su Magestad en Roma". Esta obra la dedicó el autor en 1631 al Conde Duque de Olivares. Es una obra inconclusa que permaneció manuscrita hasta el siglo XIX. El hecho de que este proyecto quedara sin acabar puede explicarse porque quedo superado por otro más ambicioso, su "Idea de un príncipe político cristiano". - "Apología postuma contra el Tarquino español Conde Duque de Olivares ". Fechado en 1643. - "Papeles que dio el Conde Duque de Olivares a Phelipe 4º sobre materias de gobierno". - "Instrucción y orden en el exercicio de embaxador ordinario al Rey de Inglaterra". - "Memorial que dio el Duque de Medina Sidonia al Rey Nuestro Señor en 21 de septiembre de 1641 y lo que S. M. le respondió" - "Tratado único de intereses y parecer que dio el M. R. P. Fray Phelipe de Vasconcellos Prior General de el orden de el Proto Patriarcha de Basilio el Grande". Lote a examinar. Procedencia: Archivo de la Biblioteca del I Marques Del Puerto, Don Joaquín Ignacio Barrenechea Y Erguiñigo

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        Keslerus Redivivus. Das ist/ Fünff hundert auserlesene Chymische Process und Artzneyen/ theils zu innerlichen und eusserlichen Leibskranckheiten/ theils auch zu Verbesserung der mindern Metallen hochnutzlich. Deren erstlich vier hundert durch Thomam Keslerum . An tag gegeben und zum vierdten mal auffgelegt/ an jetzo aber von einem vornehmen Chymico auffs new ubersehen/ und mit Hinzusetzung des fünfften hunderten in forliche Ordnung und gewisse Classes gesetzet.

      In verlegung Johann Beyers., Franckfurt am Mayn, 1641 - Franckfurt am Mayn, In verlegung Johann Beyers. 1641. 8°. 7 n.n. Bl., 1 w. Bl., 536 S., 13 n.n. S. Index. Mit 4 Holzschnitten im Text. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Resten von Schliessbändern. Krivatsy 6356. - Ferguson 1, 460. - Ferchl 271. - VD17 23:634494H. - Vierte Ausgabe, hier erstmals auf 500 Prozesse erweitert. Die ersten 200 Prozesse erschienen 1628, 1630 erschienen 300 Prozesse, 1632 erschienen 400 Prozesse, alle in Strassburg. - Die vorliegende Ausgabe gilt als die vollständigste, sie wurde bis ins 18. Jahrhundert mehrfach nachgedruckt. Wer der im Titel erwähnte "vornehme Chymico" war, der die Ausgabe erweiterte, scheint unbekannt zu sein. - Teile der Schliessbänder ausgerissen. Einband fleckig. Papier zeitbedingt stellenweise stark gebräunt. Sprache: Deutsch Pergamentband der Zeit mit Resten von Schliessbändern. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narzisse mit großer Blüte in Weiß, daneben Blätter und Zwiebel.

      . Kolorierter Kupferstich nach J.T. de Bry aus "Florilegium", bei M. Merian, Frankfurt 1641, 26,5 x 17 cm.. Thieme/Becker V, 162; Nissen BBI, 274. - Der aus der calvinistischen Künstlerfamilie de Bry stammende Johann Theodor war als Verleger, Kupferstecher und Zeichner tätig. Sein berühmtes Werk "Florilegium Novum" erschien zunächst 1612 und 1626 und zählt zu den schönsten deutschen Blumenbüchern des 17. Jahrhunderts. Der hier angebotene Kupferstich stammt aus der von seinem Schwiegersohn Matthäus Merian neu bearbeiteten Ausgabe von 1641: "Florilegium renovatum at auctum: Das ist: Vernewertes und vermehrtes Blumenbuch: Von mancherley Gewächsen, Blumen und Pflanzen". - Gerahmt.

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        Verschiedene Narzissenarten mit Blüten in Weiß und Gelb.

      . Kolorierter Kupferstich nach J.T. de Bry aus "Florilegium", bei M. Merian, Frankfurt 1641, 26,5 x 17 cm.. Thieme/Becker V, 162; Nissen BBI, 274. - Der aus der calvinistischen Künstlerfamilie de Bry stammende Johann Theodor war als Verleger, Kupferstecher und Zeichner tätig. Sein berühmtes Werk "Florilegium Novum" erschien zunächst 1612 und 1626 und zählt zu den schönsten deutschen Blumenbüchern des 17. Jahrhunderts. Der hier angebotene Kupferstich stammt aus der von seinem Schwiegersohn Matthäus Merian neu bearbeiteten Ausgabe von 1641: "Florilegium renovatum at auctum: Das ist: Vernewertes und vermehrtes Blumenbuch: Von mancherley Gewächsen, Blumen und Pflanzen".

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