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2010-07-24 15:17:39
1642 Diego Dormer, Zaragoza [10] h. +122 p. 20x15 cm. Enc. posterior en símil piel. Texto manchado, hojas muy oscurecidas. Hoja de licencia y p. (LA HOJA 122 Y LA 2, FALTA UN TROZO QUE AFECTA EL TEXTO.) Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. , )
Bookseller: Costa LLibreter [Vic, Spain]
2010-04-29 13:19:04
Lugundi Batavorum, Ex Officina Ioannis Maire. 2 volumes bound in one. Published by Lugundi Batavorum, 1641 and 1642 respectively. Duodecimo. pp. 264 & 176; for a total of 440 pages. Later full mottled calf, edges and joints rubbed, ownership blind seal on ffep, text block very good. See pictures. Latin. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2010-04-28 22:53:06
Blaeu, Willem (Guilielmus)
Amsterdam: Blaeu, 1642. Burden 193, State 2, Dutch text verso, imprint "Ex officina Guiljelmi Blaeuw", from Nieuwe Atlas. Very good condition, early color, minimal browning, nice margins, virtually no foxing. This was the first major derivative of John Smith's 1612 map of Virginia, with the image of Powhatan on the upper left inset, and based on Blaeu's use of Hondius' original 1618 plate, but altering the imprint as noted. The image measures 14.75 x 18.75 inches (37.5 x 47.5 cm). The remnants of the first imprint "Ex Officina Judoci Hondii" are still discernible, particularly underneath the "G" of Guiljelmi and just to the left of the "B" in Blaeuw..
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books
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2010-04-23 08:36:35
ZILIOLO Alesandro
Venice: Litvrrini , 1642. title vignette, woodcut initials, pages xvi 276 ,x libris plate, insc., little water mark few end pages o\w good small quarto in original vellum. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.
Bookseller: Brian Annesley Books of Scottish Interes
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2010-03-11 05:18:28
Montagu, Richard
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-toni … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-14 21:54:46
Horne, Andre
London: Printed by E. G. For Matthew Walbanke and Richard Best, 1642. First edition, 1642. In Norman French, and printed in black letter type. A rough copy with covers, endpapers and several preliminary blanks detached. Full sheep, probably early nineteenth century, with some gilt stamping, all edges tinted red, [4], 311 pages. Covers rubbed with much surface chipping from dryness (now stabilized), both covers detached but present, text block sound, pages very good with some minor age-toning, margin dampstains to final two leaves, otherwise clean and unmarked.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. First Edition.
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [East Granby, Connecticut, US]
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2010-02-04 15:52:37
John Perkins
London: Printed by R.B. for M. Wallbanke . . . within Grayes-Inne-gate, 1642. ?Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, light browning, the margins cut close (the text unaffected), else quite crisp; the Taussig 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
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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2010-02-03 08:56:17
Venedig, Taddeo Pauoni, 1642. 4:o. Grav. extratitel,+ (22),+ 125,+ (3, blanka),+ 190,+ (2, blanka),+ 193-403,+ (blank),+ 1-241 s.+ 242-245 bl.+ 246-428,+ (36) s. Enstaka småfläckar. Samtida pergamentband. Per Hiertas namnteckning på försättsbladet. Warmholtz 3982. Planer I, 261. Detta exemplar såldes som nummer 806 på auktionen efter Per Hierta för 11 kronor. Bisaccione låter sitt historieverk gå fram till år 1635. Warmholtz påstår att en fortsättning till 1642 var planerad, men att författaren kom på andra tankar. Det ihopsamlade materialet till fortsättningen använde han istället till verket "Delle historie memorabili de nostri tempi", som utkom 1653.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2010-01-03 10:08:52
FIGUEIROA, Diogo Ferreira de.
Lisbon, Officina de Domingos Lopez Rosa e a sua custa, 1642. 4°, mid-twentieth-century mottled sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson leather lettering pieces in second and fourth compartments, gilt letter, text block edges sprinkled red and green, pink silk ribbon place marker. Woodcut royal arms on title-page, large woodcut tailpiece repeated three times. Light to moderate dampstaining throughout, light soiling and abrasion to title-page with loss of one letter, closely trimmed with bottom line of imprint shaved, internal tear in B3 silked with loss of 2-3 letters, 2 small holes in E7 and H3 not affecting text. In somewhat less than good condition. Two early ink manuscript signatures on A1 and H3. (4), 62 ll. A-G H , but with the third leaf signed *3 instead of 3. Page 48 wrongly numbered 15; p. 49, in some copies wrongly numbered 53, has its pagination neatly removed: there is a small square hole, neatly repaired with tissue paper on the verso. *** FIRST EDITION, variant issue. This rare poem in six cantos celebrates the Restoration of Portuguese independence. Ferreira de Figueiroa (1604-1674), a native of Villa d'Arruda dos Vinhos (just north of Lisbon), was in the household of the Duque de Bragança D. João, acclaimed as D. João IV of Portugal on 1 December 1640.At least two issues are known: one has only two licenses, dated 6 and 7 Feb. 1642, on *2r; the other issue has two additional licenses on *2r, dated 16 and 18 April 1642. The present copy has 4 licenses on *2r, dated as noted above.*** Arouca F119. Innocêncio II, 158 ("não pude vêr até … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-09-13 03:14:35
AZEVEDO, Luiz (or Luís) Marinho de].
Lisbon, Domingos Lopes Rosa, a custa de Lourenço de Queiros, 1642. 4°, modern mottled calf (slightly warped and scuffed), spine with raised bands in five compartments, black lettering-piece in second compartment from head, with short author and title. Tissue repairs on A3-6, without loss; final 3 leaves have light brownstain. In very good condition. Bookplate and shelf tag of the Conde de Sucena. (2), 55 ll.; lacking the final blank. *** FIRST EDITION of this rare Sebastianist work, addressed to King Philip IV of Spain. Marinho de Azevedo (d. 1652), a native of Lisbon, was a staunch supporter of the Bragança family. He also wrote an important work on the loss of Hormuz (Apologeticos discursos, Lisbon 1641) and several other works, all in Spanish.*** Innocêncio V, 304; XVIII, 189: calling for 55 ll., and citing only the copy at the Livraria de Jesus. Fonseca, Aditamentos p. 55: without collation. Trindade, Restauração 107: "obra muito rara." Exposição Bibliográfica da Restauração 1103: calling for (4), 55 ll., apparently in error. Barbosa Machado III, 110. Garcia Perez p. 350. Coimbra, Reservados 358. Palha 2999. Azevedo-Samodães 1971. Sucena 697: this copy. Porbase locates eight copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (six of them lacking one or more leaves), two at the Universidade de Coimbra, and one at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa-Biblioteca João Paulo II. Copac repeats the British Library. KVK (51 databases searched) adds Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin and Kongelige Bibliothek, Denmark. NUC: MH, ICN. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-07-26 16:31:54
BAAZIUS, Johannes.
Svec. libris VIII descriptam, incipiendo a vetustate et religione hujus gentis in Scandia primò residentis; quando & quâ occasione sit facta illius conversio ab ethnicismo ad christianam fidem, & perducendo seriam hujus ecclesiæ; per quamlibet illius fortunam, usq; ad præsentem annum Christi M. DC. XL II. opus elaboratum. Mandatum et spec. privilegio S.R.M. svec. studio Joannis Baazi Senioris. Additur in fine geminus index operis. Linköping, Christopherus Güntherus, 1642. 4:o. (16),+ 275, 278-298, 300-362, 362-842,+ (12) s. Tre träsnitt i texten. Lätt fuktrand inledningsvis och enstaka små revor. Samtida pergamentband. Collijn 40. Ett av exemplaren med bladen 4O3 & 4O4 (s. 663-666) i original! Dessa drogs in och ersattes i de flesta fall av kancellanser. Johannes Baazius (1581-1649) var kyrkoherde i Jönköping. Hans kyrkohistoria är ett av de första svenska försöken till en sådan och tillika ett självständigt och, enligt Lindroth, delvis intressant verk. Innehåller mycket källpublikationer. Den är även ett inlägg i tidens strid om biskopsvärdigheten (det s. k. consistorium generale), där Baazius, som en av de få kyrkomännen, ställer sig på regeringens sida och kritiserar biskopliga maktövergrepp, vilket väl även föranlett indragningen av blad
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2009-06-19 17:58:15
Kupferstich nach Merian bei Cornelis Danckerts 1642. 23.2x63.2 cm. - Stopp, Mainz 23 - "Wegen der kleinen Auflage ist das Blatt sehr selten." (Stopp). Bis zur Randleiste beschnitten und weißer Papierrand neu angesetzt.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-03-10 09:21:56
appresso Pietro Alberto,, In Geneva, 1642. Pp. 131 (1). Unito a: Il Tarquinio superbo. Pp. (8) 151 (1). Unito a: Il ritratto del privato politico Christiano. pp. 187 (5). Quattro parti con registro e numerazione delle carte indipendenti in un volume di cm. 14. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con nome dell'autore ms. al dorso. Qualche naturale fioritura, ma esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Non comune raccolta delle principali opere del prolifico storico e studioso bolognese Virgilio Malvezzi (1599-1654). Quest'ultimo fu ambasciatore spagnolo in Inghilterra ed alcune sue opere quali il Privato politico ed il Davide sono la diretta conseguenza di quell'importante esperienza politica e diplomatica. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-02-07 16:00:54
Romae, Excudebat Mascardus, 1642. Folio. Beautiful red full morocco w. richly gilt back. Boards w. gilt ornamental borders, inside which another square gilt border w. a large diamond-shaped border inside, gilt corner-ornamentations. Triple blind-stamped line-borders following the gilt ones (gift-binding). On both boards a centre-ornamentation (weapon?) has been removed (to hide provenance?), revealing beautiful, cont. but vague drawings of angels on both boards, inside the gilt border, surrounding the missing centrepiece. All edges gilt, capitals, hinges and corners professionally restored. Lacking ties. Inside of boards and endpapers w. insect-bites. A cont. owner's name has been removed from top of frontispiece (same provenance as that of the removed weapons?). Some brownspotting and overall wear. Some leaves w. small holes to margins, none affecting illustrations or text. A few of the folded plates w. tears and a few w. repairs. Engr. frontispiece/ t-p., numerous large engr. head- and tail-pieces and initials, engr. text-illustrations, 18 full-page engr. plates and 11 folded engr. plates. (6), 221, (1), (30) pp.. Very scarce first edition, only printed in very few copies, which were probably all given as gift-copies to the Barberini-family and friends, with "Donum auctoris" printed at bottom of title-page. A second enlarged edition appeared in 1647 after the death of Tetius and Pope Urban the VIII, it was printed in much larger numbers and is more common than the first, though still a rarity. "Il a étè réimpr. en 1647, sur plus grand papier; mais on préfère la première é … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2008-12-06 15:58:05
Paris: Anthoine de Sommaville, Augustin Courbe, 1642. Paris: Anthoine de Sommaville, Augustin Courbe. Covers rubbed and marked. Pages cut. Some browning. Marking and rubbing on most pages but the large font lettering is readable throughout. 1642. First Edition. Yapped vellum covers. 170mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). 635pp. Text in French. Lecture (preface) is slightly loose but still bound in at bottom end. Heraldic Bookplate of 'James Gordon Esq Moor Place'. Inscribed 'R Atkins 1739' on rear eps. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2008-12-02 09:32:22
(Stockholm, Kongl. tryckeriet, 1642.) Ettbladstryck, vikt. En större reva och lätt nagg i kanten i inre marginal. Stadga för den nyinvigda slussen mellan Södermalm och Staden, den s.k. "Drottning Kristinas sluss", vilken inte bara var den första "Slussen" utan även den första slussen i Stockholm överhuvudtaget!
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2008-11-29 15:52:06
NELLA STAMPERIA D'AMADOR MASSI E LORENZO LANDI, Pisa 1642 - (xviii) + 328 pages, title printed in red and black, bound in later panelled calf neatly and expertly respined, boards and spine with blind stamping, title label onset in maroon marocco with gilt lettering, new endpapers, a bright crisp copy. PROVENANCE: has the armorial bookplate of Charles, Viscount Bruce of Ampthill dated 1712, plus stamps from the Bolland Collection and the British Library (together with a cancellation stamp from the BL) Size: 4to [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: K Books Ltd ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2008-11-26 15:39:08
Kilianus Auctus
Amsterdam Ioan. & Jodocum Iansonio, 1642. Full-Vellum. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hac editione primum accesserunt Interpretatiovocum Gallica. accentum Notae. & ingens auctarium vocum Belgicarum, qua vulgo obtineant. Adiunximus etiam Lud.Potteri Libellus duos:I de propriorum utriusq sexus nominum Germanicae originis etymis ac significatione. II de animalium nomenclatura.(VI)-760 PP. Engraved title page, Finely printed in 2 columns. Contemporary vellum, soiled and slightly damaged.; joint splitiing at lower cover, foot also slightly damaged. Some worming, mainly marginal, but with loss of some letters pp.573-607. In all, an early, good and complete copy of this rare, influential dictionairy. Condition: Fine.
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2008-11-18 13:41:17
MONET, Philibert.
Paris, Claudium le Beau, 1642. 12mo. (8),+ 448,+ (71) pp.+ fold. engraved map,+ fold. printed tabl. Some spotting. Contemporary full calf, spine gilt in comprtments, boards with gilt frames. Top of front hinge with tear. From the library of L. F. Rääf at Forsnäs with its book plate. Third edition? First published in 1633. Philibert Monet (1566-1643), french learned and member of Societatis Jesu since 1590. He wrote several books on French history and geography, and French and Latin linguistics.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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2008-09-26 07:28:47
Rambert Chanoine
Trois volumes in-folio sur cinq, comprenant au Tome I : de Berold de Saxe, premier Comte de Savoie à Amédée Septième. 214 pages avec une préface de l'auteur. Tome IV : Charles Emmanuel Premier. 190 pages. Tomes V : de Victor Amédé Premier à Charles Emmanuel Second. 139 pages. Histoire finissant en 1642 et se terminant par « Fin des mémoires de Savoie composées par le C.R. ». Cet ensemble est une copie tout début XVIIIè du manuscrit jamais publié du Chanoine Rambert de la Sainte Chapelle de Chambéry, mort en 1728. On fait référence à cet ouvrage dans « Manno » biblio tome 1, « Foras » Tome 5, pages 57 à 60, « Grillet » Tome 2, page 143, « S.S.H.A » Tome 28, pages XXXIII à XXXVII. Deux exemplaires complets existent à la bibliothèque Royale de Turin, et un exemplaire chambérien est passé dans les mains de Mr Mugnier qui le considère, quoique criticable, d'une agréable écriture. En effet on y trouve Berold de Saxe, totalement inventé afin de créer une filiation honorable à la famille de Savoie, mais aussi de multiples anecdotes forts curieuses, jamais justifiées dans leur provenance. Le Chanoine Rambert fut Evèque d'Aoste en 1727 juste avant sa mort lors de son voyage à Chambéry en 1728. Il fait partie de la famille chargé de la Baronnie de Chatillon et des Seigneurs de Chautagne. Les 3 volumes manuscrits sont reliés dans un carton d'époque avec dos devenu muet avec les marges frottés. Le tome IV a des traces d'humidité et le tome V une trace de vers. Aucun manque de texte, bien lisible d'une belle écriture large. Document exceptionnellement rare malgré le manque des tomes II e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Beau Livre [Aix les Bains, France]
2008-09-08 14:59:03
RIBEIRO, João Pinto].
Lisbon, Officina de Lourenço de Anveres, 1642. 4°, modern half calf, flat spine, gilt letter (minor wear). Large woodcut on title of a ship, with motto on flag "In tempus." Repairs to verso of title-page and elsewhere, somewhat crude but without loss of text; final line on title-page shaved; some soiling and dampstains. In good condition. Bookplate of Francisco de Saldanha da Gama Ferrão de Castello Branco. (2), 56 ll. *** FIRST EDITION, explaining the grievances of the Portuguese against King Philip and the Spaniards and justifying D. João and his followers for restoring Portugal's status as an independent kingdom. An Italian translation appeared in Lisbon, 1646 under the title Discorso dell' usurpatione, retentione e ristoratione del regno di Portogallo, and in 1861 it was published under the title Brado aos portuguezes: opusculo patriotico contra as idéas da união de Portugal com a Hespanha, with a prologue by Sebastião José Ribeiro de Sá.Pinto Ribeiro (d. 1649), who held a doctorate of laws from the Universidade de Coimbra, was a magistrate and confidential advisor to D. Luiza, the wife of the Duke of Bragança. He played a notable part in the Restauração, helping to persuade the Duque de Bragança to claim the throne. Along with many others, he has been suggested, in error, as a possible author of the classic Arte de furtar.*** Innocêncio IV, 23 (without collation); X, 336; XVIII, 191 (calling for "5 innumer. - 57 pp."). Barbosa Machado II, 665. Figanière 215. Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração 1531. Perição de Faria, Visconde da Trindade 151: "muito rara." Not in Fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-05-12 16:02:48
Boeclerus. VELLEIUS PATERCULUS, C. || BOECLERUS, Johann Heinrich (utg.)
Strassburg, Joan. Philippi Mülbii, 1642. 8:o. (16),+ (223),+ (blank),+ 144, 195-366,+ (177) s. Titel tryckt i rött och svart. Sammanbunden med: BOECLERUS, Johann Heinrich. Characteres politici Velleiani. Strassburg, Joan. Philippi Mülbii, 1642. 8:o. (144) s. Titel tryckt i rött och svart. Samtida understrykningar och marginalanteckningar i bläck. Samtida pergamentband, med senare tryckt titeletikett. Ur biskop Eric Wallers bibliotek, med dess exlibris, samt med Andreas Gregorij namnteckning på titelbladet, daterad Stockholm 1651, samt Friedricus Åhrbergs på försättsbladet, daterad 1745. Schweiger s. 1127 och 1133. Båda verken i första upplagan. Bra proveniensexemplar. Första arbetet innehåller även "Thrasybulos Pacificator, sive De amnestia", liksom Boeclerus långa kommentar. Det senare, Boeclerus politiska arbete om Velleius, utkom i nya upplagor 1662 och 1672. Johann Heinrich Boeclerus (1611-72) var tysk historiker och från år 1637 professor i vältalighet i Strassburg. Som sådan introducerade han den unge Schefferus i studiet av klassikerna. Han kallades av drottning Kristina till den skytteanska professuren i Uppsala 1647 men avböjde, och rekommenderade istället Schefferus. 1649 kom han ändå till Sverige och Uppsala som professor i vältalighet och 1651 utnämndes han till rikshistoriograf. Samma år återvände han dock till Strassburg och till professorsstolen i historia. Historikerna Tacitus och Velleius Paterculus ägnade han speciellt intresse. I denna utgåva följer han Voss text från 1639, men hans kommentarer är mer politiskt-moraliska än filologiska. Eric Waller (1732 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2008-03-28 08:01:34
Amsterdam, 1642. 44.5 x 55.5 cms, original colour, clean split at foot of centrefold, vertical creases on either side of the centrefold, short marginal tear on the left of the map, French text to verso.
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2008-03-16 22:49:43
HÔPITAL, François de l', comte du Hallier, later duc de Rosnay.
[Colophon] Lisbon, Na Officina de Lourenço de Anveres, 24 October 1642. 4°, recent antique sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, crimson leather lettering-piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text-block edges rouged. Caption title. Six-line woodcut initial. Light browning. In good to very good condition. Old oval paper ticket with shelfmark 1729 in upper outer corner of first leaf recto, covering last letter of the caption title. (6 ll.). *** First and Only Edition in Portuguese of this rare tract. François de l'Hôpital (1573-1660), comte du Hallier and later Maréchal de France (1643) and duc de Rosnay (1651), was at this time serving as governor of Lorraine, in northeastern France. This account describes how Hallier captured Dieuze, which was incorporated into France. (As part of the Holy Roman Empire it was known as Duss.) Details are given of commanders, troops, and movements. The report mentions Viviers, which was destroyed in 1642 at the order of Richelieu.In 1635, Hallier was named a marshal of France. This was a minor action in the brutal course of the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648), which began as a religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants within the Holy Roman Empire, and evolved into a battle between the Bourbons and Habsburgs. The War significantly affected the outcome of the Portuguese struggle for independence (the Restauração), since it prevented the King of Spain from directing his full military might against Portugal.*** Arouca R233 (citing a copy in the Biblioteca Pública e Arquivo Distrital de Évora). Martinho d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]

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