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        Relacion de las causas que obligan a la Casa, Lisbon 1642

      Pellicer Jose, de Osau Salas y T - Relacion de las causas que obligan a la Casa, Lisbon 1642 PELLICER DE OSSAU (SALAS) Y TOVAR, José]. Relacion de las causas que obligan a la Casa de Austria, a pedir pazes al Christianissimo Rey de Francia, y sus Confederados, en la Ciudad de Munster, nel año de 1642. Published by [Colophon] Lisbon, Na Officina de Lourenço de Anveres a custa de Paulos Craesbeeck, 1642. Bibliographic Details Title: Relacion de las causas que obligan a la Casa. Publisher: [Colophon] Lisbon, Na Officina de Lourenço de Anveres a custa de Paulos Craesbeeck, 1642. Binding: Hardcover Description: Caption title. 12 pp. 4°, - First and only Portuguese Edition of this rare tract from the period of Restoration (Restauração) of Portuguese independence. It was published in Madrid earlier the same year. Reverses on the part of the Spanish and Austrian Hapsburgs in the Thirty Years' War greatly influenced the Portuguese cause.Pellicer de Osau Salas y Tovar (1602-79) studied the humanities at Salamanca and Madrid, philosophy at Alcalá and canon and civil law at Salamanca. In 1642 he was appointed Chronicler of Castile and León, and in 1640 Chronicler of Aragon. Little brownish, some small restorations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Duche D Holsace,a.1642

      Hondius-Janssonius - Referenze-Literatur: Koeman, Me 100a, french edition. Please read the german text.Landkarte aus Hondius-Janssonius, anno 1642, Nouveau Theatre Du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas., Referenz Koeman, Me 100a, Karte Nr. 181 "Ducatus Holsatiae Nova Tabula Amstelodami, Sumptibus et typis aeneis Henrici Hindij. Grösse d. Karte: 38,5 x 51 cm., 1 : 600.000. Insetkarte: a. Tabula Barmerensis, Meggerensis, et Noortstaep . 11 x 13 cm., b. Alluvies prope Detzbul, 11 x 13 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Respuesta al Manifiesto del Reyno de Portugal.

      Antwerp, Officina Plantiniana de Balthasar Moreto, 1642. - Large woodcut publisher's device on title. Elegant woodcut initials, some rather large. Portions of text in CivilitÈ type. (8 ll.), 198 pp., (1 l.), 1 folding letterpress genealogical chart. 4? (23.5 x 18 cm.), contemporary vellum (wormed, front inner hinge split), short author-title written vertically in dark ink manuscript on spine. Light browning; some light foxing and small stains. Worming, mostly in the upper blank margins, touching an occasional letter of the headline. Tear in T1 (9 cm.), without loss. Overall in near-good condition. Early ink signature (scored) on title page. Early ink manuscript note on front pastedown endleaf. Old ink manuscript (shelfmark?) "S.g.22" on rear pastedown endleaf. ---- FIRST EDITION of this work arguing that Philip II of Spain (son of the Emperor Charles V and his wife the Infanta Isabel of Portugal) and his heirs are the legitimate kings of Portugal: "ReÁucitan oy amotinados Portugueses un cadauer, que nunca viviÛ; un derecho, que nunca fuÈ; una causa, que nunca pudo subistir" (f. **1v). Pages 9-36 are the first Spanish translation of a work by Portuguese patriot Antonio Pais Viegas, @Manifesto do Reino de Portugal, 1641, which had been widely circulated. Most of the remainder of this volume (pp. 37-156) is Caramuel Lobkowitz's response to Pais Viegas. He includes 30 pages of genealogical arguments, among which are a discussion of the marriage (or not) of the unfortunate D. Ines de Castro (d. 1355) and D. Pedro I of Portugal (pp. 85-107). The final section (pp. 158-198) is Caramuel Lobkowitz's reply to 9 other works that supported D. Jo?o's claims. Another edition of the @Respuesta was published at Santangel de la Fratta, 1665. A Latin translation by Leandro van der Bandt appeared in Louvain, 1642: @Joannes Bargantinus Lusitaniae illegitimus rex demonstratus.The @Respuesta is a rare and previously unrecorded use of CivilitÈ type, not listed in the appendix to Carter & Vervliet, @CivilitÈ Types.The work is dedicated to the first Conde de Assumar, Francisco de Melo, who was granted the title by Philip III in 1630. When the Conde remained loyal to the Habsburgs after D. Jo?o IV ascended the Portuguese throne in 1640, his title was revoked by the Portuguese monarch, but continued to be recognized in Spain.Juan Caramuel Lobkowitz (Madrid, 1606-Vigevano, Lombardy, 1682) had a brilliant career as a clergyman and was the author of over 200 works. After studying mathematics and Asian languages (especially Chinese), he entered the Cistercian order at La Espina (Palencia). While attached to the monastery of Dunes in Flanders, his sermons attracted the attention of the Infante Ferdinand, governor of the Low Countries. In 1638, the University of Louvain bestowed an honorary Doctor of Theology degree upon him. Caramuel Lobkowitz notes in the dedication (f. *2v) that he had penned @Philippus Prudens Caroli V. Imp. filius Lusitaniae Algarbiae, Indiae, Brasiliae legitimus rex demonstratus, Antwerp, 1639, to defend the Habsburg right to the throne. That work provoked Antonio Pais Viegas to publish the @Manifesto do Reino de Portugal, which in turn provoked the present work. Judging from the @aprobaciÛn on f. **4v, when this work appeared, its author was titular abbot of Melrose (in Scotland).Caramuel Lobkowitz subsequently served as envoy from the king of Spain to the court of Emperor Ferdinand III, abbot-superior of the Benedictines in Vienna, grand-vicar to the archbishop of Prague, bishop of Konigratz, archbishop of Otranto, and bishop of Vigevano. His published works range from grammar, poetry, and canon law to mathematics (he focused on combinatorics and probability), logic, astronomy, and asceticism. Alphonsus Liguori (later sanctified) condemned Caramuel Lobkowitz as "Prince of the Laxists."---- Palau 43539. Peeters-Fontainas 185. Almirante 115. @Bulletin du bibliophile belge III, p. 48. Goldsmith C163. Visconde da Trindade, @RestauraÁ?o 111: noting that it is rare to find copies with the genealogi [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hunting dogs.]

      (1642) 1642 - In-4 oblong. Collation : 7 plates. Basane brune. (Reliure moderne.). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Serie of 7 engraved plates (on 8). The National Gallery of Art , Washington has only seven of the etchings. (Reproduced on line). Jan Fyt (Anvers, 1611-1661) was one of the greatest animal painters of the Baroque period. He excelled in the rendering of animal life in its most varied forms. He made only sixteen etchings "of which those representing dogs are particularly accomplished". - Engraved title page: pedestal and a pair of dogs, with a dedication to Carlo Guasco, dated 1667, but the last figure was added with a pen. Some others plates bears the date of 1642. - Two beagles, one sleeping. - Two dogs copulating -Two mastiffs beside a fountain - Two greyhounds, leashed, one lying -Two greyhounds, leashed and facing each other - Landscape with greyhound and rifle. An other plate was issued, but complete set are very rare. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Série de 7 planches gravées (sur les 8 publiées).

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        A Profitable Booke of Mr. Iohn Perkins, Sometimes fellow of the Inner Temple. Treating of the Laws of England. And now translated out of French into English for the benefit of young Students and others [etc.]. Wing P1543

      Printed by R.B. for M. Wallbanke . . . within Grayes-Inne-gate, London 1642 - ?Contemporary elaborately blind panelled calf, gilt, rebacked, the title frayed (just touching the "e" in "Booke"), quite browned, else a sound copy First edition in English of one of the classics of English land law, one which Holdsworth paired with Littleton's Tenures and which Coke termed "wittily and learnedly composed", first appearing in Latin in 1528, with many later editions in Law French [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poland.] Respublica sive status regni Poloniæ, Lithuaniæ, Prussiæ, Livoniæ, etc. diversorum autorum.

      - Leyden, Elzeviriana, 1642. 16:o. Engr. title,+ (2),+ 417,+ (12) pp. Some spotting a mnor damp stain in outer margin. Contemporary full vellum, red edges. Owner?s signature of J. Stake on title. Willems 546. Berghman 1888. The third and last edition of the description of Poland in the republic serie from the Elzevires. The two earlier editions were published in 1627.

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        The acts and monuments of the church before Christ incarnate

      London: Miles Flesher & Robert Young Folio (27.7 cm, 10.9"). [4], 307, [1 (blank)], 313–552 pp.. 1642 First edition: Doctrinal discussion by Richard Montagu (or Mountague), Bishop of Norwich. A controversial theologian, Montagu sought to moderate between the extremes of Catholicism and Calvinism, with his stated goal being to support the Anglican Church by standing "in the gapp against Puritanisme and Popery" (Correspondence of John Cosin, 1.21). Allibone, however, joins many of the bishop's contemporaries in feeling that "There is no doubt as to the place where Bishop Montagu desired to go and to carry with him the king and the Church of England, — to the bosom of the Church of Rome." In the present work Montagu examines Jewish doctrine and practices before the birth of Jesus, and their implications for Christianity; in doing so he argues strongly against Casaubon, Scaliger, and other Protestant scholars, while defending the Catholic Baronius and his Annales Ecclesiastici. The dedication, written in Latin and Greek, is addressed to Jesus Christ. Contemporary mottled calf, shellacked, covers framed and panelled in blind double fillets with blind-tooled corner fleurons, simply rebacked (without labels) with complementary mottled calf; board edges with gilt roll. Original leather rubbed, shellac showing small cracks, edge gilt mostly lost; title-page with small early inked addition to author's name and with inked numeral in lower margin. One early inked marginal annotation, one early inked doodle in lower margin. First and last few leaves with margins browned; light age-toning throughout; occasional foxing and spots of staining. Pagination interrupted, but collation matches ESTC.

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        Repubblica di Lesbo overo della ragione di Stato in un dominio aristocratico. Libri dieci al molt'illustre Sig. e Padrone osservandiss. il sig. Bernardo Morandi

      Ferroni, Bologna 1642 - In 16o, pp. (48) + 478 + (49) di indice + (1). Firma all'occhietto. Legatura in p. pg. coeva. Seconda edizione rarissima (ed. orig., Bologna, Tebaldini, 1640), di quest'opera di dottrina politica di Padre Vincenzo Sgualdi, benedettino originario di Piacenza,Âche, parlando di una repubblica immaginaria come Campanella nella Citta' del sole o Zuccoli nella Repubblica d'Evandria, ma allo stesso tempo recuperando l'interpretazione aristocratica della lezione dell'Utopia di Moro,Âsosteneva la necessita' di temperare la ragion di stato con l'insegnamento delle scritture per renderla davvero utile all'umanita'. Contro la politica atea ed empia dei tiranni, l'A. esortava a riscoprire la politica bene ordinata che insegna al buon principe come proteggere ed educare i suoi sudditi. L'opera e' dedicata al principe di Venezia e alla citta' fa riferimento Sgualdi quando scrive che, per popolare Venezia, i primi fondatori scelsero tutte persone 'nobili et ingenue' al fine di non perdere l'omogeneita' degli abitanti. ITA

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        Vallemaggia (1642). - Atto di ringraziamento della comunita vallerana, indirizzato al balivo Hans Jakob Oschwald di Sciaffusa alla fine del suo mandato.

      Cevio, 23 giugno 1642,. 66 x 69 cm, manoscritto su pergamena in lingua latina, 45 righe, maiuscola in inchiostro nero e rosso (incipit in arancione e rosso), margini ornati con motivo floreale popolare. La pergamena a causa dell'umidita si e scurita, un foro a livello delle prime righe di testo comporta la perdita di 3 lettere.. Noi, console et consiglieri di tutta la comunita (universa communitas) della Vallemaggia (Vallis Madiae), esprimiamo a tutti grande e indubitata fedelta. Su ordine e mandato dei nostri illustrissimi signori della celebre repubblica di Sciaffusa, a nome di tutta la serenissima e inviolabile Lega Elvetica dei dodici cantoni, sono presto due anni che il nobile signore Hans Jakob Oschwald e arrivato come nostro pretore e governatore. E' ora giunto al termine del suo felice governo, durante il quale ha amministrato con giustizia e fedelta in tutte le sue azioni e i suoi giudizi, con un riguardo particolare per la giustizia nei luoghi di culto e per i suoi ministri, per i poveri, le vedove e gli orfani, prendendosi cura di loro con caritevole attenzione e senza discriminazioni. Fu assiduo nel costruire e riparare i ponti e le strade pubbliche; in ogni momento presto un orecchio attento alle persone oppresse, giudicando in tutti i casi, minori e importanti, senza parzialita e paura, ma informandosi bene delle cause del litigio [...] Fu dunque chiamato da tutti 'Padre della Patria' (Pater Patriae). Domandiamo ai nostri illustrissimi signori di avere il suddetto pretore in buona raccomandazione e di retribuirlo di una generosa ricompensa [...].Hans Jakob Oschwald di Sciaffusa (1606-1676). Figlio di Bartholomey, giudice del tribunale criminale, e di Anna Peyer von der Engelburg. Nel 1623 fu immatricolato a Ginevra e Bourges. Balivo della Vallemaggia (1640-1642), giudice (1642) e giudice del tribunale criminale (1667), fece parte del Grande (1670) e del Piccolo (1672-75) Consiglio di Sciaffusa e fu a capo della corporazione dei commercianti (1672).Rara e preziosa testimonianza scritta del periodo dei Landfogti che non si limito ad essere tempo di abusi e soprusi, ma fu anche proficua collaborazione tra indigeni e signori svizzeri.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        The acts and monuments of the church before Christ incarnate

      London: Miles Flesher & Robert Young Folio (27.7 cm, 10.9"). [4], 307, [1 (blank)], 313?-552 pp.. 1642 First edition: Doctrinal discussion by Richard Montagu (or Mountague), Bishop of Norwich. A controversial theologian, Montagu sought to moderate between the extremes of Catholicism and Calvinism, with his stated goal being to support the Anglican Church by standing "in the gapp against Puritanisme and Popery" (Correspondence of John Cosin, 1.21). Allibone, however, joins many of the bishop's contemporaries in feeling that "There is no doubt as to the place where Bishop Montagu desired to go and to carry with him the king and the Church of England, — to the bosom of the Church of Rome." In the present work Montagu examines Jewish doctrine and practices before the birth of Jesus, and their implications for Christianity; in doing so he argues strongly against Casaubon, Scaliger, and other Protestant scholars, while defending the Catholic Baronius and his Annales Ecclesiastici. The dedication, written in Latin and Greek, is addressed to Jesus Christ. Contemporary mottled calf, shellacked, covers framed and panelled in blind double fillets with blind-tooled corner fleurons, simply rebacked (without labels) with complementary mottled calf; board edges with gilt roll. Original leather rubbed, shellac showing small cracks, edge gilt mostly lost; title-page with small early inked addition to author's name and with inked numeral in lower margin. One early inked marginal annotation, one early inked doodle in lower margin. First and last few leaves with margins browned; light age-toning throughout; occasional foxing and spots of staining. Pagination interrupted, but collation matches ESTC.

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        Les antiquitez histoires et choses remarquables de la ville d'Amiens [En

      à Paris: Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, 1642. Fine. Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, à Paris 1642, 2 ouvrages en un Vol. in Folio (22x35,5cm), 409pp. ; 441pp. (1), relié. - Third and best edition, the most complete, containing edition of the Compendium of illustrious houses of the Diocese of Amiens with its own title page with the date of 1642 Both books were published in less complete versions, respectively in 1621 and 1630 The second book is the location after each name weapons that have not been printed but are described in the margin; rare examples have illustrated these hand colored weapons. Major brand of printer on the two title pages. First title page in red and black. Half-title between each part of the first livre.Demi Sheepskin early twentieth marbled pastiche of antique binding. Spine ribbed highlighted nets cold. Part of title een red calf. Friction caps, bits and corners. The general half-title has been doubled and restored in low margin by a strip of paper ancienne.Adrian Morlière, canon of the cathedral of Amiens gathered throughout his life an awful lot of material on the history of his city . The book proceeds in the form of articles and does not use the classic but summary of the annal form, but the autograph dedication of the authors have a time evolution, Roman to modern times. We distinguish a catalog of the bishops of Amiens, the Counts and Governors or Lieutenant of the city. The Treaty on the Houses of Picardie contain valuable information. In addition to the historical, the author added to the end of each part of many poems of his own. Although the focus is mainly put more on the history of the city, there are many sections on churches, the ramparts and the description of the city. "Although the 'book The Morlière is poorly written, but it is useful & necessary, and even rare" notes Lenglet-Dufresnoy. At today's reader, the book will mainly appear messy in its first part, but full lessons on the city. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Troisième et meilleure édition, la plus complète, contenant l'édition du Recueil des illustres maisons du Diocèse d'Amiens avec sa propre page de titre à la date de 1642. Les deux ouvrages avaient paru dans des versions moins complètes, respectivement en 1621 et 1630. Le second livre porte l'emplacement après chaque nom de famille des armes qui n'ont pas été imprimées mais sont décrites dans la marge ; de rares exemplaires possèdent ces armes illustrées à la main en couleurs. Grande marque de l'imprimeur sur les 2 pages de titre. Première page de titre en rouge et noir. Faux-titre entre chaque partie du premier livre. Reliure en demi basane début XXe marbré, pastiche d'une reliure d'époque. Dos à nerfs soulignés de filets à froid. Pièce de titre een veau rouge. Frottements coiffes, mors et coins. Le faux-titre général a été doublé et restauré en marge basse par une bande de papier ancienne. Adrian de la Morlière, chanoine de la cathédrale d'Amiens a rassemblé durant toute sa vie un nombre incroyable de matériaux sur l'histoire de sa ville. L'ouvrage procède sous forme d'articles et n'use pas de la forme classique mais sommaire de l'annale, mais les articles ont une évolution chronologiques, des Romains jusqu'à l'époque contemporaine. On y distingue un catalogue des évêques d'Amiens, des Comtes et des gouverneurs ou lieutenants de la ville. Le traité sur les Maisons de Picardie renferment de précieux renseignements. Outre les éléments historiques, l'auteur a ajouté à la fin de chaque partie de nombreuses poésies de son cru. Bien que l'accent soit plus essentiellement mis sur l'histoire de la ville, on y trouve maints paragraphes sur les églises, les remparts et la description de la ville. "Quoique l"ouvrage de La Morlière soit mal écrit, il est cependant utile & nécessaire, & même assez rare" note Lenglet-Dufresnoy. Au lecteur d'aujourd'hui, l'ouvrage apparaîtra surtout désordonné dans sa première partie, mais plein d'enseignements sur la ville.

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        Opera. Cum optimis exemplaribus accurate collata

      Very pretty and very sought after edition, decorated with a title and a frontispiece portrait of the author engraved intaglio.The copy contains the Consolatio well treated in Volume IX (pp. 229-301) (cf. Brunet, IX, col. 2).Subsequent full blue morocco bindings. spine Jansenists six nerves just underlined two cold nets. Golden roll on turns and headdresses. Golden lace coaching contreplats. All edges gilt.Small scratch to Volume IIIBeautiful copy, with good margins (H: 123 mm). Ex Officina Elzeviriana (Elzevir) Leyde 1642 petit in-12 (7,5x12,5cm) 10 volumes reliés

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        La Carte Du Bourdelois, Du Pays De Medoc, Et De La Prevosté De Born. - Salomon Rogers sculp. - Jean le Clerc excudit. Cum privilegio Regis.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Salomon Rogiers b. Jean Le Clerc in Paris, 1642, 33,5 x 45 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 106. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen der Mündung Garonne ins Mittelmmer und Bayonne sowie Mont-de-Marsan und Montendre. - Unten links Titelkartusche. - Im Mittelmeer Meilenzeigerkartusche, Segelschiffe, Meerungeheuer und Windrose. - Dekorative Karte des Weinbaugebiets entlang der Gironne und dem Dordogne. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        La commare o raccoglitrice dell'eccellentissimo signor Scipion Mercurio. Filosofo, medico, e Cittadin Romano. Divisa in tre libri. In questa ultima editione corretta & accresciuta di due trattati; uno del colostro, doue si tratta di diuersi mali de i bambini con loro cause e rimedj singolari, dell'eccellentiss. sig. Ezechiele Di Castromedico, fisico d'Avignon. L'altro di un gravissimo autore, nel quale si risolvono alcuni dubj importanti circa il battesimo dei bambini, e si danno alcuni auisi spirituali molto a proposito per le parturienti. Dedicata al molt'illustre, & reverendiss. Monsig. Girolamo Marchiori canonico di San Marco Arciprete, & c.

      In Verona: per Francesco de' Rossi, 1642 - In-4 (19 cm) (12) c. 327 (1) 31 (5) Piena pergamena. Diviso in tre parti e con un discorso finale. Ognuna delle quattro parti ha un proprio frontespizio con marca editoriale. Antiporta incisa (Adamo ed Eva cacciati dal giardino dell'Eden) con titolo "La commare oraccogliatrice dell'ecc.mo Mercurio di novo restampata, corretta et accresciuta. In Verona per Fran.o Di Rossi 1642 con licenza de superiori. 30 incisioni nel testo e numerosi capolettera e finalini figurati. In aggiunta alla fine "Il colostro. Discorso aggiunto alla Riccoglitrice di Scipion Mercurio dal dottore Ezechiele di Castro medico fisico avinionese.". Qualche foro da tarlo nei margini bianchi delle prime pagine. Importante opera di ostetrica, la prima stampata in Italia. Numerose edizioni a partire dal 1595-1596. Mercurio Girolamo (1540-1517) 17mo secolo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Treatise of the Principall Grounds and Maximes of the Lawes of this Kingdome [etc.] [with] John Doddridge, A Treatise of Particular Estates [with] T.H., Certain Observations Concerning a Deed of Feoffament. Wing N1452

      London: Printed for W. Cook . . . in Holbourne [imprints vary], 1642. Contemporary speckled calf, gilt, neatly rebacked, light browning, else well preserved, with an errata leaf not noted in ESTC; the Taussig copy The first edition of three works introducing a student to English law, including the most popular of all early works devoted to English legal maxims, an elementary view of real property (doubtfully attributed to John Dodderidge) and a primer on deeds

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        Les Livres de Hierosme Cardanus; Médecin Milannois, intitulez de la Subtilité, & Subtiles Inventions, ensemble les Causes Occultes, & Raisons d'Icelles.

      Vueve Du Bosc,, Rouen, 1642 - Traduites du latin en François par Richard le Blanc. Nouvellement reveus, corrigez, & aumentez sur le dernier exemplaire latin de l'Auteur & enrichy de plusieurs figures nécessaires. [36]-478 feuillets soit près de 1028 pages, nombreuses figures sur bois dans le texte, bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe (titre défraîchi, qqs pâles mouillures, qqs rouss., dernier cahier se détachant partiellement, petite galerie de vers avec parfois légère atteinte au texte .). Parsemé d'érudites notes manuscrites marginales au crayon. # Caillet i-2016 ; # Guaïta 136 & 1228 ; # Plessis 235 ; # Ferguson 142 ; # Duveen 116. # Voir aussi le chapitre sur Cardan dans "De la maçonnerie occulte et de l'initiation hermétique" Par. J.-M. Ragon et Oswald Wirth (intro). chez Nourry, 1926, pp. 66 et 67.Cardan, grand médecin, mathématicien et philosophe, astrologue et naturaliste, est né à Pavie en 1501 et mort à Rome en 1576. Il enseigna la médecine et les mathématiques à Milan, Pavie et Bologne. Il sera comparé, par Ragon, à Paracelse (mais avec pl Rel. de l'ép. plein vélin, dos à nerfs avec le nom de l'auteur à la plume en tête (rel. +/- défr. et lég. us., tranchefile en tête un peu lâche, reliure solide, voir photos). RARE ÉDITION NON CENSURÉE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Learned Treatise Concerning Wards and Liveries . . . collected and well digested out of the yeare-bookes, and other authorities of the Law, for the benefit of all that are Studious. Wing R1067

      Only edition of the only early treatise devoted exclusively to wards and liveries and its court, written by the court's attorney general, determining financial matters in which, in Dr. Baker's words, "the best lawyers of the day were involved". Contemporary unlettered reverse calf, rubbed, the spine particularly so, the gilt initials "E E" on both boards, well-preserved; the Taussig copy. Printed by G. Bishop, and R. White [etc.], London, 1642.

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        CREMONA FEDELISSIMA CITTA' ET NOBILISSIMA COLONIA DEI ROMANI Et illustrata d'una breve Historia delle cose più notabili appartenenti ad essa. Et dei Ritratti naturali de Duchi et Duchesse di Milano e compendio delle lor vite.

      Milano, per F. Ghisoldfi / G.B. Bidelli, 1642-1645. In-8 (mm. 240x178), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergam. coeva (risg. restaur.), tit. ms. al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 32,228 pp.num. (ma 224 perchè la numeraz. salta da 160 a 165), 12 cc.nn. (di Indici). L?'opera è così composta: bellissimo frontespizio allegorico (datato 1645) inc. in rame da Blanc con le armi di Filippo IIII d'Austria, re di Spagna, cui è dedicata l?'opera; dedica a Filippo II (quella della I ediz. del 1585); ritratto di Antonio Campo in medaglione. Segue, con proprio frontespizio: "Historia delle vite de' Duchi et Duchesse di Milano", con i loro veri ritratti cavati al naturale. Compendiosamente descritte da Antonio Campo, cavagliero, pittore, et architetto cremonese. Che è, in ordine, Quarto Libro della sua Historia di Cremona. Milano, per Filippo Ghisolfi, 1642, pp. 32, con 24 belliss. ritratti in medaglione nel t., inc. in rame da Agostino Carracci. Ha quindi inizio ?"Dell?'historia di Cremona?", in Tre Libri, ornata da pregevoli grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta e da testate xilografate; è illustrata nel t. da 9 bellissimi ritratti in medaglione, pure inc. in rame da Agostino Carracci da disegni di Antonio Campo, e da 7 tavv. f.t. (più volte ripieg.) cosi' composte: 1 grande tavola con la pianta della città di Cremona (mm. 450x850); 1 tavola con la carta del Contado e della Diocesi di Cremona (mm.335x465); 1 tavola (ripieg.) che raffigura il Carroccio, 2 tavole (semplici): pianta e veduta esterna del Battistero; 1 tavola con la veduta esterna del Duomo ed 1 con la pianta e la veduta esterna della Torre. "Rara seconda edizione". Cfr. Cicognara,3977 per la I ediz. - Lozzi,I,1378 (in Nota) - Choix de Olschki,X,15598 - Cat. Hoepli,588 - Brunet,I,1526. Corto del marg. super.; prime 5 cc. con lieve alone al marg. infer., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        The Priviledges of the Baronage of England [Bound with] A Treatise.

      1642 - Aspects of English Nobility Selden, John [1584-1654]. The Priviledges of the Baronage of England, When They Sit in Parliament. Collected (And of Late Revised) by John Selden of the Inner Temple Esquire Out of the Parliament Rolles, And Journalls Patent, And Close Rolls; The Crowne Rolls, The Proceedings of the English Courts at Westminster, The Register of the Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, And the Delegates Yeare-Bookes, Of the Common Law, Statutes & Other Good Authorities, And in Such Sort that Frequently the Words of the Chiefest Testimonies are Transcribed, Least the Freedome of the Readers Iudgement Might be Other Wayes Prevented by Short Collections. The Recitalls of the French Records in the 4th. Chap. Also Newly Translated into English for the Benefit of Others, As Well as the Students of the Lawes of England. London: Printed by T. Badger for Matthew Wallbanck, 1642. [viii], 167. [1] pp. First leaf blank. [Bound with] [Bird, William]. A Treatise of the Nobilitie of the Realme. Collected Out of the Body of the Common Law, With Mention of Such Statutes as are Incident Hereunto, Upon a Debate of the Barony of Aburgavenny. With a Table of the Heads Contained in this Treatise. London: Printed by A.N. for Mathew Walbanke and Richard Best, 1642. [iv], 157, [1] pp. Woodcut illustrations (genealogical tables). Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary sheep, blind rules to boards, later calf rebacking, lettering piece and blind fillets to spine, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block. Some rubbing to extremities with wear to corners, boards slightly bowed, scuff to front board, rear pastedown loose, later armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to front pastedown, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to head of title page and following leaf, armorial bookplate of Thomas Parker, First Earl of Macclesfield to verso of title page. Title page of Nobilitie printed within woodcut border. Some toning to text, brief annotations to endleaves, interior otherwise clean. * Priviledges: first edition; Nobilitie: only edition. This volume collects two books on the nobility that were responses to specific incidents. Selden's Priviledges was commissioned by the House of Lords to define its rights during a period of mounting tension between the king and Parliament. A work that angered the [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le Secret d'architecture découvrant fidèlement les traits géométriques, couppes, et dérobemens nécessaires dans les bastiments

      La Flèche, George Griveau 1642 - folio, [8], 228 p., with 112 full-page woodcut illustrations (misnumbered 113: since the plates are in the collation we can be certain there never was a plate 29), of which 12 are folding (one with a clean tear), some slight browning of the paper and a few light stains, but good copy in contemporary limp vellum Fowler 160; Millard I, 82; SKB 2538. Only edition, and an interesting provincial imprint, from La Flèche in the Loire region. Jousse (1607- 1692) also wrote treatises on locks and on carpentry, but here he tackles a more difficult technical subject, 'stereotomy', or the application of geometry to stone-cutting. Some of the illustrations are similar to the drawings Jousse did for the French edition of Pélerin’s book on perspective. Philibert de l’Orme had touched briefly on stone-cutting, and in the year after Jousse there appeared Francois Derand's L'Architecture des voûtes, a more theoretical book which became the standard text for architects, hence better preserved. As the only really thorough practical handbook available for working masons Jousse's book was read to pieces, and is very rare today. Thus Derand's book has turned up at auction a dozen times in the last 12 years, while we find just 2 imperfect copies of Jousse's book in the last 25 years, including the Macclesfield copy, which (surprisingly) lacked all twelve folding plates. Incidentally this copy has the stock code of E.P.Goldschmidt, who listed it in 1984 at a then ambitious $9500: 'the first copy we have ever seen'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CREMONA FEDELISSIMA CITTA' ET NOBILISSIMA COLONIA DEI ROMANI... Et illustrata d'una breve Historia delle cose più notabili appartenenti ad essa. Et dei Ritratti naturali de Duchi et Duchesse di Milano e compendio delle lor vite.

      per F. Ghisoldfi / G.B. Bidelli 1642-1645 In - 8 (mm. 240x178), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergam. coeva (risg. restaur.), tit. ms. al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 32,228 pp.num. (ma 224 perchè la numeraz. salta da 160 a 165), 12 cc.nn. (di Indici). L?opera è così composta: bellissimo frontespizio allegorico (datato 1645) inc. in rame da Blanc con le armi di Filippo IIII d'Austria, re di Spagna, cui è dedicata l?opera; dedica a Filippo II (quella della I ediz. del 1585); ritratto di Antonio Campo in medaglione. Segue, con proprio frontespizio: "Historia delle vite de' Duchi et Duchesse di Milano", con i loro veri ritratti cavati al naturale. Compendiosamente descritte da Antonio Campo, cavagliero, pittore, et architetto cremonese. Che è, in ordine, Quarto Libro della sua Historia di Cremona. Milano, per Filippo Ghisolfi, 1642, pp. 32, con 24 belliss. ritratti in medaglione nel t., inc. in rame da Agostino Carracci. Ha quindi inizio ?Dell?historia di Cremona?, in Tre Libri, ornata da pregevoli grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta e da testate xilografate; è illustrata nel t. da 9 bellissimi ritratti in medaglione, pure inc. in rame da Agostino Carracci da disegni di Antonio Campo, e da 7 tavv. f.t. (più volte ripieg.) cosi' composte: 1 grande tavola con la pianta della città di Cremona (mm. 450x850); 1 tavola con la carta del Contado e della Diocesi di Cremona (mm.335x465); 1 tavola (ripieg.) che raffigura il Carroccio, 2 tavole (semplici): pianta e veduta esterna del Battistero; 1 tavola con la veduta esterna del Duomo ed 1 con la pianta e la veduta esterna della Torre. "Rara seconda edizione". Cfr. Cicognara,3977 per la I ediz. - Lozzi,I,1378 (in Nota) - Choix de Olschki,X,15598 - Cat. Hoepli,588 - Brunet,I,1526. Corto del marg. super.; prime 5 cc. con lieve alone al marg. infer., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        Meditationes de prima philosophia, in quibus Dei existentia, & anime humanae a corpore distinctio, demonstrantur. Objectiones septimae in Meditationes de prima philosophia cum notis authoris.

      apud Ludovicum Elzevirum 1642 Meditationes de prima philosophia, in quibus Dei existentia, & anime humanae a corpore distinctio, demonstrantur. Objectiones septimae in Meditationes de prima philosophia cum notis authoris. Renati, Descartes. Amstelodami, apud Ludovicum Elzevirum, 1642. 2 volumi legati assieme in - 12° (130 x 70 mm.), pergamena coeva con unghie. (7), 496; 212 pp. marca tipografica in silografia su entrambi i titoli. Bell' esemplare. Scheda provvisoria.

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        M. Tullii Ciceronis Opera. Cum optimis exemplaribus accurate collata.

      Leyde, Elzevir. 1642 - Dix vol. petit in- 12 ; maroquin citron, dos à nerfs, pièces de titre de maroquin rouge, filet à froid encadrant les plats, roulette or sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure, élégante reliure début XVIIIème. Titre et portrait gravés dans le 1er vol., vignette sur bois aux neuf autres titres. I. (24)- 768 pp. ; II. 614 pp. ; III. 550 pp. ; IV. 560 pp. ; V. (16)- 506 pp. ; VI. (12)- 685 pp. ; VII. 486 pp. ; VIII. 386 pp. ; IX. 301 pp. ; X. 318- (10) pp. Qq. erreurs de pagination, sans nul manque, dans les tomes VI, VIII et IX. En revanche, qq. légers défauts : dos uniformément et légèrement brunis ; petite restauration ancienne d' un discret travail de ver en marge ext. de qq. ff. du 1er vol., avec perte de qq. lettres ; un nom a été gratté en marge inf. du titre gravé (tome I), occasionnant deux minuscules trous ; qq. piqûres et autres insignifiances. Bel ex., dûment collationné, sobrement et élégamment relié, de ce que Brunet donnait comme une "Edition très- jolie et fort recherchée". Willems 535. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Topographia Helvetiae & Topographia Alsatiae

      1642. MERIAN, Matthaeus. Topographia Helvetiae, Rhaetiae, Valesiae. Das ist, Beschreibung und eigentliche Abbildung der vornembsten Stätte und Plätz, in der hochlöblichen Eydgnoßschafft, Grawbündten, Walliß, und etlicher zugewanten Orten. Text by Martin Zeiler. 72, [8] pp. Illustrated with 2 double-spread engraved maps, and 76 engraved plans and views on 57 sheets. Frankfurt am Main: Matthaeum Merian, 1642. BOUND WITH: ___________________. Topographia Alsatiae. Beschreibung unnd eigentliche Abbildung der vornembsten Stätt und Oerther im Obern und Untern und Elsaß, auch den benachbarten Sundgöw, Brißgöw, Graffschafft Mümpelgart, und andern Gegenden. [4], 53, [7] pp. Illustrated with title-page with engraved coat-of-arms, 2 double-page engraved maps, 52 engraved plans and views on 37 sheets. Folio, 303 x 202 mm, bound in contemporary German full vellum over boards, original green silk ties. Frankfurt am Main: Matthaeum Merianum, 1644. |~||~||~||~||~| First Editions. Hundreds of local houses, castles, churches, and public squares situated in bustling cities like Zurich and hilly landscapes like Stein am Rhein are shown in the town views, maps, and sweeping panoramas filling these fine copies of Merian's Switzerland and Alsace, with the complete set of engravings in each. The first volume represents the first published book in Merian's grand topographical project; it deals with the romantic and picturesque topography of his native country, Switzerland. The main interest of Merian's work on the towns and topography of Europe has always been the engraved plates, nearly all of them executed on a high artistic level, many are double-page and/or folding, and include engraved town plans and engraved views of the architecture of buildings, castles and residences, often with the accompanying landscape design. The first work opens with Merian's richly engraved allegorical title, with two Muses in clasped hands under the inscription 'Concordiae et pacis autor ichoua' and over Merian's stork standing on one leg printer's device. The center bears the coats-of-arms on shields of the different Swiss cantons, below which are the protecting Swiss knight and a Flora figure with cornucopias of wheat, cheese and bread. There are two very fine detailed engraved maps, one of Germany and one of Switzerland. The 76 copper-engraved views were designed and cut by a number of artists, Merian being responsible for the greatest number. Among some of the more spectacular views are those of: Zürich, Zug, Berne, Basle, Baden, and Geneva. The second Merian title covers the Alsace region. This work also contains two large folding maps and 52 engraved plans and views by Merian and others. Some of the standout views include Colmar, Strassburg, Rheinfelden, Mömpelgard/Montbéliard, and Breisach. Matthaeus Merian (1593-1650) took over the printing shop of his father-in-law Johann Theodor de Bry in Frankfurt. With the assistance of Martin Zeiler (1589 - 1661), a German geographer, and his son, Matthäus Merian (1621 - 1687), he published the famous 21 volume work known generally as Topographia Germanicae. This is an exceptionally fine copy of two of the most sought-after volumes from Merian's magnum opus. Schuchhard 62 and 26 A. Wüthrich 1 and 3.

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        DIERUM CANICULARIUM TOMI SEPTUM COLLOQUIIS QUADRAGINTA SEX, PHYSICIS NOVIS AC PENITUS ADMIRANDIS, NEC NON LECTU JUCUNDIS, & SUPER SIDEM RECREABILIBUS AC COGNITU OMNINO DIGNIS NECESSARIISQUE ABSOLUTI; QUIBUS PLERAQUE NATURA ADMIRANDA, QUAE AUT IN ÆTHERE FIUNT, AUT IN EUROPA, ASIA ATQUE AFRICA, QUIN ETIAM IN IPSO ORBE NOVO, & APUD AMNES ANTIPODAS SUNT, ITEM MIRABILIA ARTE HOMINUM, CONFECTA RECENSENTUR, ORDINE, QUEM SEQUENS PAG. 4. INDICABIT. OPUS HAC ULTIMA EDITIONE REVISUM & PLANE NOVUM, TRIPLICIQUE ACCESSIONE ADAUCTUM, JUXTA CENSURAM & PERMISSIONEM SUPERIORUM NUNC REIMPRESSUM, CUM ELENCHO COLLOQUIORUM, & INDICE RERUM AC VERBORUM NOTABILIUM

      Ioannis Godfredi Schönwetteri [Johann Gottfried Schönwetter], Frankfurt 1642 - Folio. Seven volumes in one. [8],960,164,[62],[2 blank] including engraved title page and folding astrological table. In Latin. Half title. Contemporary vellum, yapped edges, manuscript spine title and paper label, index tabs in fore edge. Early numerical inscription in front pastedown, later monasterial inkstamp in half title and title page. Spine creased, vellum moderately stained, loss to upper-outer corner of fourth leaf, affecting only corner rules, contents midly to moderately foxed, overall a good to very good copy. The first seven-volume edition of "Dog Days," the massive encyclopedic work of Simon Maiolus, compiling vast stores of information relating to nature, science, the supernatural, religion, the occult, strange lands, and marvels of all kinds. First published in Rome in 1597 as a single volume, the work gradually expanded during the 1600s before reaching its present seven-volume state, from which later editions would continue to be published. Simon Maiolus of Asti (1520-1597) was an Italian priest, canon lawyer, and polymath, becoming bishop of Volturara Appula in 1570 and finally publishing DOG DAYS in the year of his death. Among the various headings of miscellaneous knowledge Dorbon-Ainé cites from the first French-language edition: "Germans, inventors of printing. . . Souls who will assist in the funerals of the dead. Soul tormented in a castle for a thousand years. André, priest brought back from the dead by the prayers of St. Jerome. . . Animals that live in the midst of fire. Spider whose bite is deadly and cured by the concert of musical instruments. Tree some of whose roots are poison at sunset and others beneficial at dawn. . . Tree at Memphis that has lived since the Creation of the World. Tree that uprooted itself in order to live beside the body of a saintly woman. Stars having no particular power over men. Baar, herb that drives away devils and its other marvelous properties. Barthélemy Coclès foretelling the death of another is himself put to death. . . Cerulean worm that drags along an elephant and kills it. Crowing of a rooster kills the basilisk and strikes fear in the lion. . . Dragons are caused by the mating of eagles and wolves. Child ten years of age impregnates his nurse. Children begotten of the imagination. . . Child who had four feet, four hands and two faces. . . Women who conceive without men. Giants born of demon incubi. Hermaphrodites. Man who lived on the wind. Men who make their bed with one of their ears and cover with the other. Man served a sorcerer in the form of an ass for three years. . . Wound of a dead person bleeding when the murderer passes before it. Rain of fish, rocks, milk and blood. Fish born of a woman. Death certificate that speaks and demands confession. . . Love hexes. . . Cabala of the Jews. Mirror divination. . . Koboldi, visible spirits that are worshipped in Sarmatia. Lemures. White and black magic. The possessed, of whom there are three kinds. . . Satyrs, gods of the woods. Boats [from Newfoundland]of which one was carried in the year 1509 to Rouen by seven Indians of blackish color who had no beard hair on any of their bodies or on their shameful parts." Sabin 44056n ("Contains many interesting notices relating to the New World"). Other editions: Caillet 7024-5, Dorbon-Ainé 2856-8, Rosenthal 580-2. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHORUS MUSARUM, ID EST, ELOGIA, POEMATA, EPIGRAMMATA, ECHO, ÆNIGMATA, LUDUS POETICUS, ARS HERMETICA &CC.

      Esemplare in ottime condizioni Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida ITALIANO Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida; dorso liscio con titolo manoscritto da antica mano; tagli spruzzati. Raffinata antiporta figurata raffigurante scena mitologica con animali incisa da Mulder su disegno di Goeree; frontespizio con titolo e fregio tipografico; 18 pagine non numerate; 434 pagine numerate; 16 pagine non numerate per Catalogo dell'editore; 1 carta bianca. Rara prima e unica edizione di questa imprtante raccolta di testi di poeti latini medioevali e contemporanei, interessante sugli enigmi e sull'ermetica. Inoltre, sono descritti alcuni curiosi fatti relativi alla storia inglese durante la fine del 17 ° secolo, quali ad esempio, l'incendio di Londra del 1642, un Epitaffio sul poeta Waller il Poeta; molto interessante la descrizione della cometa apparsa nel 1680. Esemplare uin ottimo stato di conservazione e in legatura originale.

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        DIERUM CANICULARIUM TOMI SEPTUM COLLOQUIIS QUADRAGINTA SEX, PHYSICIS NOVIS AC PENITUS ADMIRANDIS, NEC NON LECTU JUCUNDIS, & SUPER SIDEM RECREABILIBUS AC COGNITU OMNINO DIGNIS NECESSARIISQUE ABSOLUTI; QUIBUS PLERAQUE NATURA ADMIRANDA, QUAE AUT IN ÆTHERE FIUNT, AUT IN EUROPA, ASIA ATQUE AFRICA, QUIN ETIAM IN IPSO ORBE NOVO, & APUD AMNES ANTIPODAS SUNT, ITEM MIRABILIA ARTE HOMINUM, CONFECTA RECENSENTUR, ORDINE, QUEM SEQUENS PAG. 4. INDICABIT. OPUS HAC ULTIMA EDITIONE REVISUM & PLANE NOVUM, TRIPLICIQUE ACCESSIONE ADAUCTUM, JUXTA CENSURAM & PERMISSIONEM SUPERIORUM NUNC REIMPRESSUM, CUM ELENCHO COLLOQUIORUM, & INDICE RERUM AC VERBORUM NOTABILIUM

      Frankfurt: Ioannis Godfredi Schönwetteri [Johann Gottfried Schönwetter], 1642. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. Seven volumes in one. [8],960,164,[62],[2 blank] including engraved title page and folding astrological table. Half title. Contemporary vellum, yapped edges, manuscript spine title and paper label, index tabs in fore edge. Early numerical inscription in frnot pastedown, later monasterial inkstamp in half title and title page. Spine creased, vellum moderately stained, loss to upper-outer corner of fourth leaf, affecting only corner rules, contents midly to moderately foxed, overall a good to very good copy. The first seven-volume edition of "Dog Days," the massive encyclopedic work of Simon Maiolus, compiling vast stores of accounts and information relating to nature, science, the supernatural, religion, the occult, strange lands, and marvels of all kinds. First published in Rome in 1597 as a single volume, the work gradually expanded during the 1600's before reaching its present seven-volume state, from which later editions continued to be published. Simon Maiolus of Asti (1520-1597) was an Italian priest, canon lawyer, and polymath, becoming bishop of Volturara Appula in 1570 and finally publishing DOG DAYS in the year of his death. Among the various headings of miscellaneous knowledge Dorbon-Ainé cites from the first French-language edition: "Germans, inventors of printing. . . Souls who will assist in the funerals of the dead. Soul tormented in a castle for a thousand years. André, priest brought back from the dead by the prayers of St. Jerome. . . Animals that live in the midst of fire. Spider whose bite is deadly and cured by the concert of musical instruments. Tree some of whose roots are poison at sunset and others beneficial at dawn. . . Tree at Memphis that has lived since the Creation of the World. Tree that uprooted itself in order to live beside the body of a saintly woman. Stars having no particular power over men. Baar, herb that drives away devils and its other marvelous properties. Barthélemy Coclès foretelling the death of another is himself put to death. . . Cerulean worm that drags along an elephant and kills it. Crowing of a rooster kills the basilisk and strikes fear in the lion. . . Dragons are caused by the mating of eagles and wolves. Child ten years of age impregnates his nurse. Children begotten of the imagination. . . Child who had four feet, four hands and two faces. . . Women who conceive without men. Giants born of demon incubi. Hermaphrodites. Man who lived on the wind. Men who make their bed with one of their ears and cover with the other. Man served a sorcerer in the form of an ass for three years. . . Wound of a dead person bleeding when the murderer passes before it. Rain of fish, rocks, milk and blood. Fish born of a woman. Death certificate that speaks and demands confession. . . Love hexes. . . Cabala of the Jews. Mirror divination. . . Koboldi, visible spirits that are worshipped in Sarmatia. Lemures. White and black magic. The possessed, of whom there are three kinds. . . Satyrs, gods of the woods. Boats [from Newfoundland] of which one was carried in the year 1509 to Rouen by seven Indians of blackish color who had no beard hair on any of their bodies or on their shameful parts." Sabin 44056n ("Contains many interesting notices relating to the New World"). Other editions: Caillet 7024-5, Dorbon-Ainé 2856-8, Rosenthal 580-2.

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        The reall protestation of manie, and very eminent persons in the county of Yorke, declaring their resolution concerning the present distractions; .

      London: printed for Ioseph Hundgate, Septemb. 8. 1642. - Quarto. [ii], 6pp. A4. Quarter calf over marbled boards. Wing F122A. ESTC records three copies, all in the UK.

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        Romamostier (Romainmotier) Gravure sur cuivre

      Frankfurt a. M., erstmals 1642,. 24x32 cm Kupferstich von Caspar Merian. Aus: "Topographia Helvetiae, Rhaetiae et Valesiae." hrsg. von Matthäus Merian bzw. seinen Erben. 1 feuille.. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Freijburg in Üchtlandt - Fryburgum Nuitoniae. (Fribourg. - Freiburg in Üchtlandt - Schweiz) en bas a gauche signe: M.

      1642,. 22x35 cm, Gravure originale sur cuivre, (par Merian), vue a vol d'oiseau du XVIIe siecle. Publiee dans l'ouvrage "Topographia Helvetiae" en 1642, belle impression, 1 feuille sous passepartout. 36.5 x 30 cm.. Les vues de villes suisses de Math. Merian comptent parmi ses meilleurs travaux. DHBS IV/722.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Geneve et la Savoie. - Carte du Lac Leman.

      Amsterdam, G. Blaeu, s.d., vers 1642,. 41x52.5 cm., double feuille avec texte au verso : Du Lac de Geneve du Duche de Genevois &c. Belle carte du Lac Leman avec la Savoie, coloris original d'epoque. dans un encadrement robuste a double verre (ainsi on peut lire le texte imprime au verso).. Reprise d'une carte de 1605 du pasteur genevois Jacques Goulart (1580-1622). Imprimee chez Guillaume Blaeu a Amsterdam, tiree de la 2e partie du 'Novus Atlas' publie par Joan et Cornelius Blaeu, 1642/43.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Historia animalium sacra : in qua plerorumque animalium praecipuae proprietates in gratiam studiosorum theologiae, & ministrorum verbi ad usum oikonologikon breviter accomodantur / In Academia Wittenbergensi ante annos aliquot dictam a Wolfgango Franzio ...SS. Theol. D. Jam denuo emendatius & correctius edita, & triplici indice, scilicet capitum, rerum, & locorum e Scriptura aucta. Cum privilegio Electoris Saxoniae..

      Wittebergae : Impensis Balthasar Mevii, Bibliopol. Typis Johannis Ro¨hneri Acad. Typog anno M. DC. XLII. [1642], 1642. 5th Edition. Pen marginalia and underlining, endpapers loose. Very good copy bound in contemporary limp vellum over bevelled boards; lower front panel damaged with loss. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Physical description; [48], 874, [70] p. ; 17 cm. (8vo). Notes; Includes index. With a final blank leaf. Title page in red and black. Subjects; Animals in the Bible - Early works to 1800. Animals - Religious aspects - Early works to 1800. Zoology - Pre-Linnean works - Early works to 1800.

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        De idololatria liber, cum interpretatione latina, & notis Dionysii Vossii. [Bound with:] VOSSIUS, Gerardus Joannes. De theologia gentili, et physiologia Christiana, sive, De origine ac progressu idololatriae, ad veterum gesta, ac rerum naturam, reductae: de que naturae mirandis, quibus homo adducitur ad Deum. Liber I, et II

      Amsterdam: Jioh, & Corneium Blaeu, 1642. Second edition of each title. Publisher's device on title pages; woodcut tailpieces, ornamental initials. Maimonides text in Hebrew with facing Latin translation by Vossius. [12], 1-174. [2]; [12], 304; xvii, [19], 305-732, x, [30]. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary vellum, with ms. spine title, covers slightly soiled, upper joint cracked. Institutional shelfmark in ink on title-page ; bookplae of HENRY FERGUSON of Stamford, Connecticut ("Henry Ferguson from the Library of Rev. FREDERIC GARDINER") and signed by Gardiner on the front pastedown "Leipzig 1854". Second edition of each title. Publisher's device on title pages; woodcut tailpieces, ornamental initials. Maimonides text in Hebrew with facing Latin translation by Vossius. [12], 1-174. [2]; [12], 304; xvii, [19], 305-732, x, [30]. 1 vols. 4to. Scarce second edition of Maimonides' tract on idolatry with an important new foreword "to the Reader" by Isaac Vossius, brother of the recently deceased translator, Dionysius Vossius (1612-1642), as well as a new dedicatory poem by Caspar Barlaeus. Maimonides' text is usually accompanied, as it is here, by the massive commentary by Gerardus Vossius (father of Isaac and Dionysius) DE THEOLOGIA GENTILI ? a book said to have been an iinfluence on Isaac Newton; his library contained an "extensively dog-eared" copy of the book (John Harrison, THE LIBRARY OF ISAAC NEWTON, Cambridge University Press, p. 258).This particular copy has a very distinguished provenance. Dr. Frederic Gardiner was an Episcopal clergyman, Biblican scholar, founder of the American Exegetical Society, and author of several books (including a Harmony of the Gospels). Henry Ferguson, of Stamford, Ct., "studied theology in the Berkeley Divinity School. In 1872 he was made rector of Christ Church in Exeter, N. H., and in 1878 rector of Trinity Church, Claremont, in the same state. In 1883 he became professor of history and political economy in Trinity College, a position he filled with distinguished credit until commencement in 1906, when he resigned to become rector of St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H. In 1873 he married Emma J. Gardiner, daughter of Professor Gardiner of the Berkeley Divinity School ? His original specialty was Hebrew?" (Norris Galpin Osborn, ed., MEN OF MARK IN CONNECTICUT, Vol I, p. 132).

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        Pompa introitus Ferdinandi Austriaci

      1642. P.P. RUBENS - FESTIVAL ARCHITECTURE. Pompa Introitus honori serenessimi principis Ferdinandi Austriaci. By Jan Caspar Gevaerts. [12], 189, [13] pp. Illustrated with engraved title-page and 43 plates (including frontispiece), all executed by Theodoor van Thulden after original designs by Peter Paul Rubens (some folding); 45 text-illustrations (of which 43 depict Roman coins). Folio, 563 x 410 mm, bound in full Dutch vellum, gilt on cover with the name "Ieremias Wildens," gilt spine, ties. Antwerp: Theodoor van Thulden, [1642]. |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition, one of 600 copies printed, of this remarkable fête book documenting the entry of Prince Ferdinand of Austria into the city of Antwerp, profusely illustrated with large engraved plates designed by Rubens. The prince was sent to the Netherlands to assist the aging Isabella in governing the country (she died before he arrived); a series of triumphal arches and stages was specially built for the occasion, the program of subjects developed by Nicolaas Rockox, Rubens, and Gevaerts. "To commemorate the event the city published this book containing thirty-nine etchings by Theodoor Van Thulden of the gateways and stages, as well as the paintings placed in them. They were accompanied by lengthy descriptions and reproductions of ancient coins used as iconographical references" (Held). Van Thulden, Rubens, and other artists worked for two years (1634-35) on the decoration of the triumphal arches and decorations for entry of the new Stadholder, the Cardinal Infanta Ferdinand of Austria, into Antwerp on 17 April 1635. All these festive decorations, which were fixed along the route of the procession, are known from this great work of copper engravings which van Thulden was given a contract to publish, and which appeared in 1642. Rubens's title-page, engraved by Jacob Neefs, is exhaustively described by Held, who relates the artist's design to the actual arches and stages realized for the Triumphal Entry, "a flattering panegyric of the greatness of Spain joined to the hope that the long period of war should end in victory - and make way again for the blessings of peace" (Held, p. 148). Of the 43 plates, there are myriad depictions of the arches, gates, and stages - architectural triumphs - as well as one plate (41) illustrating an elaborate firework scene, and one plate of the Austrian family tree (32). PROVENANCE: Bibliotheca Publica Antwerpiensis, 1833, stamp to title-page verso; stamp of another Antwerp library below; purchased 02/12/2002 from Librería José Porrúa Turanzas, Madrid. Cicognara 1442. Berlin Katalog 2947. Landwehr, Splendid Ceremonies 99 (noting colophons dated 1641 and 1642). Held, Rubens and the Book 38 (with reproduction). Millard Northern European 38. For a comprehensive bibliography, see: Prosper Arents, Pompa Introitus Ferdinandi, in De Gulden Passer XXVII (1949), pp. 81-348.

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        Zinne-beelden, oft Adams appel verciert met seer

      1642. VEEN, Jan van der. Zinne-beelden, oft Adams appel verciert met seer aerdige Const-plaeten, mitsgaders Syne oude ende nieuwe ongemeene Bruydt-lofs ende Zege-zangen. [24], 523 pp. Illustrated with an engraved title and 50 etched emblems. 4to., 205 x 165 mm, bound in contemporary Dutch vellum. Amsterdam: Everhard Cloppenburgh, 1642. First Edition of the poet Jan van der Veen's renowned Dutch emblem book, the only edition to include the French diptychs, and the only one issued in the larger quarto size. The title vignette and fifty etchings accompanying van der Veen's Adams Appel are the work of the Dutch artist Salomon Savery (1594 - after 1665), nephew of the painter Roelandt Savery and one of the most productive printmakers associated with book illustration in seventeenth-century Holland. Savery's etchings principally combine landscape and genre in a series of evocative pastoral scenes aptly complementing van der Veen's ironic explications of contemporary Dutch morality. The art historical importance of Savery's etchings for the Adams Appel has been pointed out by Otto Benesch, who remarked that the delicate, painterly prints figure "among the finest specimens of early Dutch naturalism in book illustration." For its seventeenth-century audience, the Adams Appel must have had especially broad appeal; Landwehr has recorded no fewer than nine editions of the work published by 1745. Jan van der Veen (1578-1659) spent his life as a poet and chemist in Deventer and dedicated the Adams Appel to the city council there. Two additional collections of van der Veen's verses accompany the Adams Appel: Overzeesche Bruylofs-zangen (Wedding Songs, pp. 267-402) and Overszeesche Zegezangen (Victory Songs, pp.403-523). The etching for emblem XIV (p.54) is in the earliest state, before the cancel; most copies containing the later version. Landwehr, Low Countries 705. Praz 522-3. Hollstein XXIV, 181. Benesch, Artistic and Intellectual Trends from Rubens to Daumier 39.

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        Europe. "Europa Nova Delineatio

      Europe: Frankfurt MW Hoffman for Matthäusr Merian 1642-59. Copper engraved map of Europe from Matthaus Merian's edition of Johann Ludwig, Gottfried's, "Historische Chronica oder Beshreibung der funerstein Geschten so sich von Abfang der Welt..". Black & white; verso blank. Map of the continent of Europe decorated with ships and monsters to the Atlantic Good impression; folded; rust spot in the sea above Madiera islaands. Gottfreid's "Historische Chronica" was published by. Merian between1642-59 using his own plates from the "Topographia Germania" and the "Theatrum Europaeum" as illustrations. Matthäus Merian der Ältere (or "Matthew", "the Elder", or "Sr."; 1593 ?" 1650) Born in Basel, Merian learned the art of copperplate engraving in Zürich. He next worked and studied in Strasbourg, Nancy, and Paris, before returning to Basel in 1615. The following year he moved to Frankfurt, Germany where he worked for the publisher Johann Theodor de Bry, who was the son of renowned engraver and traveler Theodor de Bry. In 1617, Merian married Maria Magdalena de Bry, daughter of the publisher, and was for a time associated with the de Bry publishing house. In 1620 they moved back to Basel, but three years later returned to Frankfurt. In 1623 Merian took over the publishing house of his father-in-law after de Bry's death. In 1626 he became a citizen of Frankfurt and could henceforth work as an independent publisher. He spent most of his working life in Frankfurt. With Martin Zeiler (1589 - 1661), a German geographer, and later (circa 1640) with his own son, Matthäus Merian (der Jüngere, i.e. "the Younger" or "Jr.") (1621 - 1687), he produced a series of Topographia. The 21-volume set was collectively known as the Topographia Germaniae. It includes numerous town plans and views, as well as maps of most countries and a World Map?"it was such a popular work that it was re-issued in many editions. He also took over and completed the later parts and editions of the Grand Voyages and Petits Voyages, originally started by de Bry in 1590. After his death, his sons Matthäus Jr. and Caspar took over the publishing house. They continued publishing the Topographia Germaniae and the Theatrum Europaeum under the name Merian Erben (i.e. Merian Heirs) Europe Europe

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        Les antiquitez, histoires , et choses remarquables de la ville d'Amiens [Ensemble] Recueil de plusieurs nobles et illustres maisons vivantes & esteintes en l'estendue du ddiocese d'Amiens [...]

      Third and best edition, the most complete, containing edition of the Compendium of illustrious houses of the Diocese of Amiens with its own title page with the date of 1642 Both books were published in less complete versions, respectively in 1621 and 1630 The second book is the location after each name weapons that have not been printed but are described in the margin; rare examples have illustrated these hand colored weapons. Major brand of printer on the two title pages. First title page in red and black. Half-title between each part of the first livre.Demi Sheepskin early twentieth marbled pastiche of antique binding. Spine ribbed highlighted nets cold. Part of title een red calf. Friction caps, bits and corners. The general half-title has been doubled and restored in low margin by a strip of paper ancienne.Adrian Morlière, canon of the cathedral of Amiens gathered throughout his life an awful lot of material on the history of his city . The book proceeds in the form of articles and does not use the classic but summary of the annal form, but the items have a time evolution, Roman to modern times. We distinguish a catalog of the bishops of Amiens, the Counts and Governors or Lieutenant of the city. The Treaty on the Houses of Picardie contain valuable information. In addition to the historical, the author added to the end of each part of many poems of his own. Although the focus is mainly put more on the history of the city, there are many sections on churches, the ramparts and the description of the city. "Although the 'book The Morlière is poorly written, but it is useful & necessary, and even rare" notes Lenglet-Dufresnoy. At today's reader, the book will mainly appear messy in its first part, but full lessons on the city. Chez Sebastien Cramoisy A PAris 1642 2 ouvrages en un Vol. in Folio (22x35,5cm) 409pp. ; 441pp. (1) relié

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        Sweden , norway and the North Sea teritories. "Tabula exantissima Reguoro Suecia et Norvegiæ nec non Maris Universi Oreintalis

      Europe: Frankfurt MW Hoffman for Matthäusr Merian 1642-59. Copper engraved map of Scandanavia from Matthaus Merian's edition of Johann Ludwig, Gottfried's, "Historische Chronica oder Beshreibung der funerstein Geschten so sich von Abfang der Welt..". Black & white; verso blank. Good impression; printers crease to left side with 3 short tears [5-10mm] to lower margin repaired. Gottfreid's "Historische Chronica" was published by. Merian between1642-59 using his own plates from the "Topographia Germania" and the "Theatrum Europaeum" as illustrations. Matthäus Merian der Ältere (or "Matthew", "the Elder", or "Sr."; 1593 ?" 1650) Born in Basel, Merian learned the art of copperplate engraving in Zürich. He next worked and studied in Strasbourg, Nancy, and Paris, before returning to Basel in 1615. The following year he moved to Frankfurt, Germany where he worked for the publisher Johann Theodor de Bry, who was the son of renowned engraver and traveler Theodor de Bry. In 1617, Merian married Maria Magdalena de Bry, daughter of the publisher, and was for a time associated with the de Bry publishing house. In 1620 they moved back to Basel, but three years later returned to Frankfurt. In 1623 Merian took over the publishing house of his father-in-law after de Bry's death. In 1626 he became a citizen of Frankfurt and could henceforth work as an independent publisher. He spent most of his working life in Frankfurt. With Martin Zeiler (1589 - 1661), a German geographer, and later (circa 1640) with his own son, Matthäus Merian (der Jüngere, i.e. "the Younger" or "Jr.") (1621 - 1687), he produced a series of Topographia. The 21-volume set was collectively known as the Topographia Germaniae. It includes numerous town plans and views, as well as maps of most countries and a World Map?"it was such a popular work that it was re-issued in many editions. He also took over and completed the later parts and editions of the Grand Voyages and Petits Voyages, originally started by de Bry in 1590. After his death, his sons Matthäus Jr. and Caspar took over the publishing house. They continued publishing the Topographia Germaniae and the Theatrum Europaeum under the name Merian Erben (i.e. Merian Heirs) Europe Northern & Eastern Europe Scandanvia

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        Macadonia, Epirus & Achaia. "Macadonia, Epirus et Achaia

      Greece: Amsterdam Joahannes and Cornelius Blaeu. 1642. Copper engraved map of Continental Greece from volume 3 of Joan Blaeu's "Novus Atlas" Double page; folio; black & white; German text to verso. The map shows Continental Greece from Albania to the Corinthian Gulf, naming the regions of Macedonia, Epirus and Achaia amongst others. Macedonia includes the whole plain of Thessally; Mount Athos and Thessalonika in the region of Iamboli; the Ionian Islands and Euboa with the Northern Sporades and Skyros. Decorative title cartouche; scale; ship to sea. Dark impression; clean with very minor spotting to margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Zacharakis;387/248; Koeman1, Bl 41A [273/C] Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Macedonia Epirus Achaia Euboa

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        Ianua aurea linguarum, et auctior & emaculatior quam unquam antehac, cum adjuncta gr?ca versione [second edition]

      Amsterodami: Apud Elzevirium 1642 - [2], 232 pp., 166 pp., 98 pp., 16° Language: latin & greek in parallel columns. Contemporary whole vellum with handwritten name on the spine; engraved title-vignette. Pages sometimes underlind with brown ink; old owners-comment on the back-board-paper. Blue signature on the front-board-paper (verso). Binding minimal broken. Title and some pages stamped. Very nice condition. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: la, grc

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        Tractatus De Republica Romano-Germanica. Accessit Eiusdem Discursus de Natura Nummi

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Ex Officina Joannis Maire 1642.. Second edition, 16mo, 377, (1) pp. Engraved title, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa ("It rises again more glorious"), spine somewhat worn with loss to top. A leading Protestant lawyer who helped negotiate the Peace of Westphalia, Lampadius' writings form part of the basis of Germanic constitutional law. First published 1634.

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        HIPPARCHUS, /DE RELIGIOSO /NEGOTIATORE. /Disceptatio /MEDIASTINUM inter ac TIMOTHEUM /QUAE NEGOTIATIO A RELI- /gioso statu Abhorreat. /lucubratio RENATI A VALLE, /Magistri in Theologia.

      Francopoli: Petrus Salvianus, 1642, Francopoli - (8), 224 pp. Original latin, first edition. Small 8to (165*100 mm). Contemporary full vellum, title (Hipparcus. de Relig. Negotiator:) on spine calligraphed in black. Small part of front edge of front board chipped. Interior browned, small signature on front flyleaf. Alltogether in fine condition taking into account age and rarety. This is the first and only edition in the original Latin. A French translation (Hipparque.) was published in 1645 in France (Orange?) and a new translation (Le Moine Marchand.) in 1714 in Amsterdam (see Kress 2925), reprinted in 1761. 3 copies in BNF, another one in OCLC (Un. of Chicago) the description of both with exactly matching title and collation. Hipparchus refers to one of the first period dialogs of Plato, which in 1818 has been translated in French under the title: Hypparque ou l'amour du gain. This very well summarises the content of this older book, which is a comment to a bill issued by pope Urbanus VIII. The text of this bill is included at the end of the present work (pp. 220-224), dated Romae, die 29. Augusti 1637. The bill prohibits Roman Catholic priests to negotiate. Evidently such a prohibition was necessary. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Provincia Brixiana cum confinijs 1642.

      Dalla ?Chorographica descriptio Provinciarum et Conventum minorum S. Francisci Capucinorum??, Iussu Ioannis a Montecalerio, Roma, 1643 (prima edizione). Incisione in rame, b / n, 22 x 30,5 (alla lastra) più margini. Tavola senza testo al verso, sul lato ds. titolo entro piccolo e semplice cartiglio, con il nome della Provincia. Margine graduato su tutto il perimetro; senza reticolato; scale grafiche sul lato ds., sotto il cartiglio. Ciascuna delle carte è preceduta e rilegata insieme a un foglio che fa da frontespizio alla singola carta della provincia, e ciascun foglio è inciso e diversamente decorato con precisazioni di appartenenza ecclesiastica e laica; in questo caso il foglio manca. L'atlante, voluto dall''ordine dei frati cappucini, e relativo alle province cappuccine, era stato iniziato in forma manoscritta dal ministro generale dell'ordine, padre Silvestro da Panicale nel 1632 e doveva servire da sussidio geografico per le visite generali. Alla sua morte il successore Padre Giovanni di Montecaliero, al quale spesso viene erroneamente attribuita la paternità delle carte, incaricò padre Massimino da Guechen di proseguire l'opera. Gli incisori delle lastre furono appunto Massimino da Guechen, Bernardino Burdigalensis e Ludovico Monteregali. L? Autore fu ecclesiastico e geografo a Roma. L?opera, un atlante comprendente le 25 province dei Cappuccini (fra cui una carta dell'Italia che funge da tavola quadro di unione dell'atlante), fu ristampata a Milano nel 1711 e nel 1712 da Giovanni Battista Cassini, mentre le precedenti edizioni delle carte rappresentanti le sedi dei Padri Cappuccini (prima ediz. Roma 1643, seconda ediz. Torino 1646) presentano caratteristiche simili (meno sintetiche rispetto alle successive). Tra i nomi degli incisori taluni citano Maximinus da Guchen, l'editore è Giovani Montecaliero. Affascinante carta in cui vengono evidenziati i toponimi significativi per la presenza ecclesiastica e conventuale e peraltro, in virtù della sua schematicità, di scarso interesse cartografico e non riconducibile ad alcun precedente modello. (Cfr. Lee, Philips, A list of geographical atlases, VI, 7650; Roberto Borri, L?Italia nell?antica cartografia 1477 - 1799, p. 128, carta 170). Poco reperibile. Alcune pieghe della carta e difetti marginali ma nell'insieme in discreto stato di conservazione.

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        Nugae venales, Sive, Thesaurus Ridendi & Jocandi

      [Amsterdam]: Prostant apud Neminem; sed tamen Ubique, 1642. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition. Contemporary vellum, worn and discolored, loss to bottom right fore edge, front endpaper loose, front inner joint cracked; sound overall. First edition of this much reprinted collection of bawdy verse - bound as issued with Crepundia Poetica Somniata and Pugna Porcorum per P. Porcium. The latter, a famous and wholly remarkable 253 line macaronic poem which originally appeared around 1530 where each word begins with the letter P - it was reprinted well into the 18th century, often alone. These latter two works pages have been intermingled, but both are complete. [4], 336, 44, 48pp. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 044449.

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        Il Carnevale Italiano Mascherato ove si veggono in figura varie inveutione (!) di capritii. O. O. (Venedig) und Dr., 1642. 26 Kupfertafeln. inkl. gestochenen Titel. Mod. blaues Maroquin mit buntfarb. figürlicher Intarsie auf dem Vorderdeckel sowie dezenter Rücken - und Deckelvg. in Hmaroquin-Schuber; sign. Meistereinband von Sangorski und Sutcliffe, London.

      Venedig,, 1642.. 4°, Ledereinband. 24,5 x 18.5 cm (Bildgroß: 15 oder 13 x 10 cm). Sehr seltene einzige Ausgabe der berühmten Folge. - Lipperheide 3168. Colas 317 (beide 24 Tafeln). Hiler 83. Catalogue L. Potier, Paris 1870, Nr. 507: "Suite de 26 planches grotesques, recueil rare et non cite." Lina Padoan, Il carnevale veneziano nelle maschere incise da Francesco Bertelli, Mailand 1986. - Nicht bei Vinet, Cicognara, Beaumont und Ruggieri. - Eine Groteske des venezianischen Barock, in der die Figuren des Karnevals und ihre Maskierung vorgestellt werden. Francesco Bertelli, tätig in Padua als Stecher und Verleger, hat für seine Karnevalsfolge das Trachtenbuch "Diversarum nationum habitus" (Padua 1594-96) seines Vaters Pietro zum Vorbild genommen. - Die bibliographische Forschung zur Karnevalsfolge Bertellis ist bis heute unzureichend, die verschiedenen Abzüge noch nicht klar voneinander unterschieden. Die wenigen Exemplare in öffentlichen Sammlungen differieren in der Anzahl ihrer Tafeln. Der letzte Kupferstich stellt einen Triumphzug des venezianischen Dogen, "Pompa Sereniss. Ducis Veneti", mit der Paduaner Verlegeradresse Francesco Bertellis (von 2 Platten, Gesamtgröße: 60,5 x 11,4 cm; mehrfach gefaltet). - Alle Tafeln fensterartig in Quartbögen eingefügt, die Ränder der Originalblätter hierbei sehr dezent und professionell mit schmalen Streifen von Japanpapier fixiert (dadurch beide Seiten voll sichtbar, ohne zu überlappen), kleine Randausbrüche dabei unmerklich hinterlegt. Die Tafeln in unterschiedlicher Blattgröße (zwischen 13-15 x 10 cm) mit schmalen, unten meist etw. breiteren Rändern, diese mit einzelnen Wurmspuren, leicht gebräunt und wenig fleckig, in den Darstellungen nur gelegentlich einzelne Wurmlöcher und gering gebräunt. - Der perfekt erhaltene Meistereinband mit Deckelillustration aus buntfarbigen Intarsien in Anlehnung an eine Harlekinfigur aus der vorliegenden Folge. Ein sehr seltenes u. schönes Exmplar! - Size: 24,5 cm x 18,5 cm, plate size: 15 or 13 cm x 10 cm, containing 26 engraved plates in total consisting of 25 plates (15 or 13 cm x 10 cm, all with text but 1) and 1 fold-out (60 cm x 13 cm, with text), depicting a Venetian procession. modern royal blue morocco binding by Sangorsky & Sutcliffe (signed on rear paste-down). a similarily bound large 4to copy was sold at Sothebys Paris (Feinsilber Collection) on 11 Oct. 2006 at EUR 16,800 with an equal number of plates (26) of which only 9 with text and an ordinary small copy in cloth-backed boards at Christies New York on 12 June 2009, Sale 2178 with 24 plates only, fetching $13,750. In all there are less than 7 copies around worldwide, at auction copies have come up not more than three times over the last 30 years. A very fine copy and rar copy!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Universität München]
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        Historia animalium sacra : in qua plerorumque animalium praecipuae proprietates in gratiam studiosorum theologiae, & ministrorum verbi ad usum oikonologikon breviter accomodantur / In Academia Wittenbergensi ante annos aliquot dictam a ... (Truncated)

      Wittebergae : Impensis Balthasar Mevii, Bibliopol. Typis Johannis Ro?hneri Acad. Typog anno M. DC. XLII. [1642], 1642, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, Fifth EditionFull Book Title: Historia animalium sacra : in qua plerorumque animalium praecipuae proprietates in gratiam studiosorum theologiae, & ministrorum verbi ad usum oikonologikon breviter accomodantur / In Academia Wittenbergensi ante annos aliquot dictam a Wolfgango Franzio ...SS. Theol. D. Jam denuo emendatius & correctius edita, & triplici indice, scilicet capitum, rerum, & locorum e Scriptura aucta. Cum privilegio Electoris Saxoniae..Pen marginalia and underlining, endpapers loose. Very good copy bound in contemporary limp vellum over bevelled boards; lower front panel damaged with loss. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 874 pages; Physical description; [48], 874, [70] p. ; 17 cm. (8vo). Notes; Includes index. With a final blank leaf. Title page in red and black. Subjects; Animals in the Bible - Early works to 1800. Animals - Religious aspects - Early works to 1800. Zoology - Pre-Linnean works - Early works to 1800.

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        Brabantiae.

      Kopergravure. 1642 - . Baronie van Breda. Henricus Hondius (1597-1651). Handgekleurd. Schaalstok: Milliaria Germanica communia / Milliaria Gallica communia. Afmeting: 56 x 47 cm. Geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.

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        La Somme appelle Mirroir des Justices vel Speculum Iusticiariorum [etc.]. Wing H2790

      London: Printed by E.G. for Matthew Walbanke and Richard Best [etc.], 1642. Contemporary unlettered sheep, definite wear and staining, the binding strained, yet a good unsophisticated copy First edition of a unique medieval law book, a bemused Maitland wondering whether its author was a "lawyer, antiquary . . . pedant, faddist [or] romantic" and called by Plucknett "certainly the most fantastic work in our legal literature

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        Gesamtans, ( Aufsicht ), i. Vgr. Deutz und die Truppen der Belagerer, "De Stat Coln en d' ouergelegenen nieu beuest, ...".

      . Kupferstich v. Merian aus Danckertz, 1642, 26,5 x 34. Mit Darstellung des Überfalls des Grafen Baudissin auf Deutz. - Seltene holl. Ausgabe nach Merian.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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