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        Iohannis Bodini Andegavensis De republica librorum breviarum. Quæ à Bodino prætermissa, aut ejus sententiæ adversa, & inter politicos controversa sunt, passim expenduntur & explicantur.

      Amsterodami, ex officina Joanni Janssonii 1645 - In 16mo; pp.24 n.nn, 883. Frontespizio con caratteri neri e rossi. Bruniture. Legatura posteriore in pergamena. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI & ILAB]
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        Le Vite dei Dodici Visconti che Signoreggiarono Milano. Descritte da Monsignor Paolo Giovio Vescovo di Nocera tradotte da Lodovico Domenichi. Et in quest' ultima Impressione accresciute de gl' Argomenti à caiscuna d'esse Vite, con le annotationi nel margine, & Tauola copiosissima. Abbellite delle ver Effigie d'essi Principi, dedicate all'illustmo. et revermo Monsigr. Honorato Visconti Arcivescovo di Larissa

      In Milano In Casa di Gio. Battista Bidelli..., 1645. 4to, 265 x 210 mms., pp. [xx], 132, with engraved title-page, engraved portrait of dedicatee, and 12 full-page engraved portraits of Milanese viscounts, engraved by Paolo Bianchi, contemporary limp vellum (a little soiled); inner margins of front and rear end-papers at little wormed with some very slight water-staining, none of which affects the text or the engravings, a very good copy, with the 19th century book ticket of Conte Gropello di Alessandria on the front paste-down end-paper. Although Giovio (1483 - 1552) took a degree in medicine, he was primarily interested in a literary career, in which he was notably successful, so much so that Leo X gave him the rank of Cavaliere, with a pension. The present work was published first at Paris in 1549, Vita XII Vicecomitum Mediolani Principum, and Domenichi's is the first Italian translation, notable for Bianchi's exceptionally fine engraved portraits. Brunet III, 584.

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        Allegorie des Friedens., Radierung

      Ca. 1645. - In der Platte signiert und bezeichnet. Ausgezeichneter Druck vor der Löschung der Widmung an Garbesi. Auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen "Kreis mit Anker und Kleeblatt". Unregelmäßig bis auf die Einfassungslinie geschnitten. Bartsch 31. Bellini 25 II (von III). TIB (Commentary) 031 S2 (von S4). In der Platte bezeichnet "Si stampano alla Pace per Giojacomo de Rossi in Roma all (.) di Paris." und "Dno Stephano Garbe di Nobili viro pime de fe merito Petrus Testa beneficiorum non immemor DD". - P. Testa gehört zu den herausragenden Graphikern des 17. Jahrhunderts, dabei er erlangte er in den Radierungen die größte Meisterschaft. Zu seinen bevorzugten Themen gehören religiöse Szenen und mythologische Sujets, die wie auch bei unserem Blatt von einer großen Figurenfülle und meisterhafter Erzählkunst gekennzeichnet sind. - Randeinrisse fachmännisch restauriert, teilweise hinterlegt. Partiell etwas wellig. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 39,2 x 49,3 cm. Papier: 39,6 x 50,1 cm.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Lucii Cornelii Europaei monarchia solipsorum. Advirum clarissimum Leonem Allatium. [Amsterdam: Elzevier], 1648. [Bound with] Regnum et regia Plutonis. Sive de Inferni et inferorum laudibus. Dissertatio festiva. Auctore. Vincentio Mussa

      Small 12mo. Two books bound together. Full contemporary vellum. 1.) J-C. Scoti, Monarchia solipsorum. Second Edition. pp. 158, [4]. First printed in Venice, 1645. This second edition was printed by Elzevier. Pages are generally clean. A bibliographical note (listing several references) and an old ownership inscription - "ex bibliotheca Kripperdorfia" - are written in old hand on the front blank. The Monarchia solipsorum is bitter satire written against the Jesuits which, in its day, caused quite a sensation. The author describes a secret society of "Solipsen" (those who wish to govern entirely) understood to mean the Jesuits. The supposed laws, secret instructions and clandestine operations of the organization are discussed. The author's name is given as Lucius Cornelius Europaeus which is a pseudonym. Authorship is usually attributed to an ex-Jesuit named Jules Clement Scoti. Some, however, believe Melchior Inchofer (who's name appeared on a later edition) is the true author. The book also contains a dedication to the Greek scholar Leo Allatius by Timotheus Cursantius. [Willems 1648; Berghman 1535; Querard, Les Supercheries 789; Caillet 10067 - listing the French translation and the 1645 edition]. 2.) Vincentio Mussa, Regnum et regia Plutonis. Frankfort: Johannis Berner, 1646. First Edition. pp. 174. LACKS frontispiece. Small piece missing from fore-edge margin of title page - neatly repaired with paper contemporary to the book. Pages are generally clean. An essay written in praise of Hell. Only edition. Uncommon. [Rosenthal 2241; Graesse Bibl. Magica, p. 8; VD17 39:115241D; ]

      [Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books]
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        POBLACION GENERAL DE ESPAÑA. Sus trofeos, blasones, y conquistas heroycas, descripciones agradables, grandezas notables, excelencias gloriosas, y sucesos memorables

      Diego Diaz de la Carrera, Madrid 1645 - 29'5x19'5, 8h. (incluída portada a dos tintas con grabado de escudo), retrato del autor, 3h. de tabla alfabética de ciudades, 301 folios, 1h, texto a dos columnas, capitulares y viñetas. Plena piel moteada, tejuelo y cuajado de dorados en lomera. Hay restauraciones en el margen derecho de la portada y del retrato del autor (sin llegar a afectar) así como en los márgenes de las primeras hojas antes de llegar a la paginación (también sin llegar a afectar), pequeña restauración en el margen inferior de la última hoja (sin afectar), algún esporádico rastro de humedad.

      [Bookseller: Librería Sagasta]
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        Svffolcia Vernacule Svffolke.

      Amsterdam 1645 - French text on verso, Size : 385x503 (mm), 15.125x19.75 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Hulst.

      Kopergravure. Panorama van Hulst: Belegering door Prins Frederik Hendrik in 1645 - . Handgekleurd. Afmeting: 41 x 15,2 cm. Geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.* Tekst inzet rechtsonderin: 'Afbeeldinge van de Galderije, en op wat wijze de zelve bij nacht wert twegestelt om over de Stadts gracht in de walle te geraecken Representation de la Galerije, et la maniere comment elle se fait de nuicit, pour passer les Fosses de la Ville jusquies dan les rempars'. De marges zijn vernieuwd.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs]
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        Verhael van de reyze inde meeste deelen van de Oost-Indien, door den opper-coopman Hendrick Hagenaer. Uyt gevaeren inden jaere 1631 ende weder gekeert ao. 1638. Met een besondere beschryvinge eeniger Indiaensche coninckrycken, ende landen.

      - (Amsterdam, Joannes Janssonius, 1645).Oblong 8vo. Modern wrappers. 133 pp. (text set in two columns; last page in facsimile).* First Dutch edition, extracted from Commelin's collection of voyages. - 'Hagenaer, a VOC senior merchant, visited Japan three times: in 1634, in 1635-36, and again in 1637, years in which Caron was resident there. While Hagenaer attempts no comprehensive descriptions of Japan, his journal contains some interesting details about VOC trade in Japan, especially about the Dutch embassy in Edo in 1635-36, and some description of the sights and experiences along the way' (Lach & Kley, III, p.1868).Landwehr, VOC, 250; Cordier, B.J., col. 338. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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        Edelichter undt hochgelerter besonders geliebter Hr. Doctor. Auß dem Beschluß hatt der Hr. Doctor zusehn, daß Advocaty Fisci wider Person ... an mich gelangen lassen ..." Brief mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift

      Ueffeln, 13. Mai 1645. 33 cm. 1 Seiten alte Faltspuren, Umschlagteil entfernt, stellenweise papierbedingt gebräunt - An den Rat und Kanzler Dr. Joachim Wilhelm Hast in Osnabrück. Inhalt des Schreibens ist die Verfolgung strafbarer Handlungen gegen die Person des schwedischen Statthalters und wie "mit einem leichtfertigen Vogel" zu verfahren ist und es soll Jobst Storck "hierüber eidtlich befraget" werden. Der schwedische Fürst Gustav Gustavsson von Wasaburg verlegte zwischen 1643 und 1650 seine Residenz von Osnabrück nach Neuenkirchen-Vörden in die Stiftsburg. -

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        Nicolai Machiavelli Florentini Historiae Florentinae Libri octo

      Lugdui Batavorum,: Apud Hieronymum de Vogel, 1645. Early Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 12mo. [8], 534, [36]pp. Full vellum, leather label, gilt title. Engraved title page portraying Cosimo de Medici with Machiavelli on one side and an angel on the other, with town scene in vignette on podium. Fine copy.

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        Aethiopia Inferior vel Exterior

      Amsterdam, 1645. Map. Copper engraving, 50 x 38.5 cms, early hand-colour, Dutch text on verso. Koeman Me 78

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        Disquisitio De mutuo. Qua probatur non esse alienationem. Auctore S. D. B. (= Claude de Saumaise)

      Leiden, Maire 1645. 17 cm. (38), 434, (14, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten Umschlag der Zeit - Jöcher IV, 66f - Böhm-Bawerk S. 29 ff. - Die Zinslehre von Charles Dumoulin (Molinäus (1500-1566), wurde von anderen Juristen aufgenommen und a. von Hugo Grotius und besonders von dem französischen Kalvinisten Claude de Saumaise (Salmasius 1588-1653), der als Professor in Leyden in mehreren Schriften für die Produktivität des Geldes eintrat. Beginnend mit seiner Schrift "De usuris" (1638) eröffnete der den Gelehrtenstreit über das Zinsverbot. Das vorliegende Werk und die daran gebundenen Streitschriften geben Zeugnis von der Auseinandersetzung über die neuen Lehren. "Sie haben Richtung und Inhalt der Zinstheorie fur mehr als hundert Jahre fast aus schließlich bestimmt, und selbst in der heutigen Doktrin sind, ... noch manche Nachwirkungen der Salmasianischen Lehre erkennbar. ... Sie bezeichnet nicht allein einen Fortschritt, sondern für lange Zeit auch einen Höhepunkt des Fortschritts. Für mehr als hundert Jahre bestand die weitere Entwicklung fast in nichts anderem, als daß man Salmasius' Lehre immer allgemeiner annahm, mit mehr oder minder geschickten Variationen vortrug, und seinen Argumenten den jeweils zeitgemäßen Zuschnitt gab. Über ihn hinausgekommen ist man aber im Grunde nicht bis auf die Zeit von Smith und Turgot. (Böhm-Bawerk) Angebunden: Wissenbach, Johann Jakob: Confutatio Diatribe de mutuo, tribus disputationibus ventilatae. Leiden, Maire, 1645. (14), 358, (10) Seiten - Vgl. ADB 548f - Wissenbach (1607 - 1665) wurde hauptsächlich durch seine gegen Salmasius gerichteten Streitschriften bekannt (Stintzing-Landsberg II, 259). Fabrot, Karl Hannibal: Epistola de mutuo. Cum Responsione Cl. Salmasii ad Aegidium Menagium. Leiden, Maire, 1645. 32 Seiten - DBA 304, 328, 7 - Brief an einen Freund gegen die Meinung des Salmasius. Fabrot sandte eine Abschrift an Gilles Menage, der diese an Salmasius weiterleitete, worauf dessen Entgegnung erfolgte (DBA). Umschlagpapier über dem Rücken passend ergänzt, Stempel auf Titelblatt - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Manuscript writing book with ornamental borders

      Milan: n.p., 1645. Elaborate manuscript by a mid-17th-century priest from Milan containing his own aphorisms, observations and quotations modeled after contemporary calligraphy manuals with unusually elaborate and well-executed figurative borders drawn in his hand, and interspersed with anguished outbursts on love?s torment in a later hand. Chiassi?s drawings, modelled from Antonio Tempesta?s Hunting Scenes and contemporary emblem books, show mythological figures, exotic animals and putti, often matched to the content of the text. While we find no evidence that Chiassi was a professional artist, the numerous drawings show a talented hand for an amateur. A peacock and a monkey adorn the calligraphed text on vanity and conceit; the drawing of a blond woman with a provocative décolleté appears next to a warning on women?s artifice. Chiassi borrowed his border imagery with wit, sometimes hiding parts of the drawings behind the calligraphy to increase the overall sense of three-dimensionality. Concerned with this balance between image and text, he altered the position of a horse?s head from his printed source to keep it from disappearing behind the calligraphy framework. When he borrows Tempesta?s Ostrich Hunt, only the protesting bird?s head and wings appear above the text; hunters rush at him from the sides of the frame with impossibly elongated, pronged sticks. A baying dog below from a different Tempesta Hunt completes the narrative circle. An unusual example of adapting the calligraphy book not for instructional purposes, but, apparently, for those of self-expression.Nothing further is known about the author, who identifies himself as a priest in his signature. The manuscript is a curious mixture of private and public, since it bears a dedication to one Abb. Mazentae (dated 16 August 1645), yet has an unfinished feel to it, with pages left blank. The texts reveal an obsession with the inconstancy of women, whose natural propensity towards infidelity needs to be curbed by vigilant fathers and husbands.. Oblong 4to. [30 x 21.5 cm], (56) ff. of which 40 written and signed by Chiassi, including three alphabets, all except one written and ornamented on recto only, 27 pages with finely executed drawings, generally 4 subjects per page surrounding calligraphic sample, (5) blank ff., (10) ff. in a later hand and without ornamentation. Bound in contemporary flexible vellum, covers gilt-stamped with ornamental borders and title ?Scritto da P. Honorato Chiaissi,? front cover soiled and worn; fingersoiling in lower right corners, some soiling on scattered leaves, minimal toning. An internally excellent copy in a fine, if worn, contemporary binding.

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        Regionnes Sub Polo Artica

      Amsterdam:, c.1645. [North Pole] Size: 530 x 410 mm. Mounted size: 735 x 630 mm. Copper engraving. Later colouring. Fine condition. Beautiful map of the north polar regions, with the north pole at centre surrounded by compass points and the known coastlines of Scandinavia, Iceland, Greenland and parts of Canada. The other coastlines are fancifully sketched. A splendid cartouche at top shows the title surrounded by cloud with zephyrs, flanked by two figures, with three scales in the cartouche amid bear and two hunters at lower right.

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        Compendium Historiae Batavicae, A Julio Caesare usquead haec tempora. Accessit eiusde Discursus Oratorius in expugnationem Sassae Gandavensis.[History Of Holland Batavia]

      Lugduni Batavorum: Joannis Maire, 1645 Antonio Thysio, IC. & Professore in Academia Leidensi. [Antonius Thysius]. Compendium Historiae Batavicae, A Julio Caesare usquead haec tempora. Accessit eiusde Discursus Oratorius in expugnationem Sassae Gandavensis. 1645. Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Joannis Maire. [48] 334 pages. Collated and complete. Roughly 2 ¼ by 4 ¼ inches. With an engraved title page. Text mostly in Latin with a few first pages in Greek. Antonius Thysius (1603-1665), a Dutch theologian, scholar and professor at Leiden, wrote this book, a history of Batavia and Westphalia (Holland), perhaps on commission for the country, as it seems many other histories of the like were penned in an effort by the Dutch government to chronicle and preserve its history. Various internet searches turn up a later (1652) edition of this work, although a 1645 entry can be found in an online database of a library in Innsbruck. 3 copies appear in libraries in World Cat searches. Bound in vellum with hand written titling and numbering on the spine. This copy is in GOOD condition. Light soiling to the covers. Moderate scuffing. Minor edgewear with some bumping and scuffing. Spine darkened. Small insect hole near foot of spine on the front cover. First 15 leaves with moderate worming at the tops of the pages, affecting text only on title page and engraved title page, but otherwise relegated to the top margin and lessening the further in the text one goes. Minor pen scribbling on the ffep as well as to the bottom of the engraved title where the previous owner's name was crossed out, and with some previous bookseller notations in pencil also on the ffep. The text itself is clean and tight with very minor browning to the first 290+ pages then moderate browning to the rest. Page 320 with a faint dog ear crease to the lower corner. A nice copy of this history of Holland, seemingly scarce in the marketplace. Photos available upon request.. Vellum. Good/No Jacket.

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        DE REPUBLICA, Seu Magistratibus Atheniensium Liber. Ex Musaeo Joan. Balesdens .. Accessit Anthonii Thysii IC. Discursus Politicus de eadem materia, et Collatio Atticarum et Romanorum legum

      Leiden: Ex Officina Ioannis Maire, 1645. Hardcover. Very Good. Copperplate portrait of the author in his laboratory with globes, books & calipers. 2 Parts in One but through paginated to the end of the Thysius, 16mo (in 8's) vellum with ink lettered & gilt elephant heads to spine laced through hinges and blind ruled covers (tips rubbed/spine unevenly soiled) neat MS note on flyleaf [16]pp (Frontis Title dedication) +5-368pp. The De Republica ends at p232 with unnumbered pp233-240 being index + a blank leaf then Thysius pp241-368. There is a strange jump after the dedication and the epistola numbered p5 but the book is complete and other copies show the same jump. A very neat clean crisp copy. *Political & legislative history of Athens by Postel, a well travelled French scholar, orientalist & linguist. The first edition was Paris 1641 with the here given subtitle as its title. The present edition was expanded & augmented with the treatise by Anthony Thys, humanist professor of Philology at Leiden (see Brunet IV/839, Graesse V/424).

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        Zeelandia Comitatus. [Map of Zeeland, Netherlands].

      [Amsterdam: JoannesBlaeu, c.1645], from the ?Atlas Novus?, Latin text on verso.A MAGNIFICENT MAP OF ZEELAND, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLORING. Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued. While the map embraces the greater area extending from Antwerp northwards to The Hague, it focusses on the former County of Zeeland, which was by then one of the founding ?Seven Provinces? of the Dutch Republic. Lying between two of Europe?s greatest shipping lanes, the Rhine and Schelde estuaries, the province consisted entirely of islands. The principal island, Walcheren, was home to the capital Middelburg and the busy port of Vlissingen (Flushing), while the other islands of Schouwen, North and South Beveland, and Tertolen lie to the north and east. In the text of the atlas, Blaeuopined that ?Zeelanders are keenly intelligent, highly industrious and generally considered judicious and perceptive?. He continued that, taking advantage of their exposure to the North Sea, ?The men are mainly sailors ? very good ones, for the most part, being courageous, quite undaunted by the perils of a storm, and having a thorough mastery of the maritime arts?. Indeed, in spite of Zeeland?s relatively small population, due to the industriousness of its citizens, it had an outsized role in the flourishing Dutch economy. Most impressively, Middelburg was home to one of the six chambers (?kamers?) of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), which was one of the guiding forces of global trade. In addition to being geographically progressive, this map is virtuously adorned with Baroque decoration, such as the allegorical provincial crest, featuring in a lion-rampant rising from the sea, held aloft by mermen; while the opposing corner features a magnificent dedicatory cartouche. Ships, the province?s economic lifeblood, ply the sea, which is traversed by rhumb lines emanating from an elegant compass rose. At the time that this map was printed the Blaeu family firm was the most celebrated and successful publisher of maps, atlases and globes in the World. The products of their Amsterdam workshop were universally admired for the elegance of their Baroque artistry, their progressive geography, and the magnificent quality of their engraving, hand-coloring and overall presentation. It was therefore no surprise that the Blaeu family?s maps and atlases occupied the pride of place in princely collections, and were conveyed as diplomatic gifts at the highest levels. The house of Blaeu had its genesis when Willem Blaeu, who had apprenticed, from 1594 to 1596, under the legendary Danish astronomer, Tycho Brahe, returned to the Netherlands and soon established himself as one of Amsterdam?s leading globe makers. In 1608, he produced monumental wall maps of the four known continents and the World, for which he gained great acclaim. He was subsequently appointed as both the official cartographer to the Dutch Republic and hydrographer to the Dutch East India Company (the VOC). Blaeu cultivated close connections with intellectuals and political leaders across Europe, granting him privileged access to the most advanced geographical knowledge, which gave him the winning edge in the increasingly competitive map market. In 1630, Joan Blaeu, who had received a Doctorate of Laws from the University of Leiden, joined his father?s business. In 1635 they commenced publication of a new and highly ambitious ?international edition? of a world atlas, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, better known as the Atlas Novus, initially issued in two volumes (containing maps of the World, Northern Europe, Spain and select regions of New World, Africa and Asia), published in four languages (Latin, Dutch, German and French). After succeeding his father in 1641, Joan Blaeu published further editions, and progressively added new volumes.

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        Chronica da Companhia de Jesu na Provincia de Portugal; e do que fizeram, nas conquistas d?este Reyno, os Religiosos, que na mesma Provincia entraram, nos annos em que viveo S. Ignacio de Loyola nosso Fundador

      Rare history of the Society of Jesus missions and activities in the Portuguese colonies of Brazil, Africa and the Orient. 1645-47. Lisbon. Paulo Craesbeeck. In folio (295 mm x 202 mm). 13 ff. + 709; 9 ff. + 904 (the supplementary leaves sometimes found after fol. 232 are present in facsimile). Antique style calf, boards stamped in blind, spines tooled and lettered in gilt, just lightly rubbed. Overall a fine copy, with wide margins and generally very clean, a few folios after and including engraved title with outer margin restored without loss to text, last folios soiled, pages 123-166 with a small worm hole, some damp and browning here and there, mainly to first and last folios. First edition. The work spans through the evangelizing labor of the Society of Jesus in the Portuguese colonies of Brazil, Africa (Congo, Ethiopia), India and the East. It is rich in information on the early Jesuit experiences and settlements which were in many cases amongst the first cultural exchanges with the peoples from those regions, thus with their ways untouched yet by Europeans; Telles? is a fundamental source book for the history of the Jesuit Missions. ?This work is a classic for the information it gives about the first Jesuits in Brazil, and is very rare? (Borba de Moraes). ?Raro? (Rodrigues). ?This work is a classic for the information it gives about the first Jesuits in Brazil, and is very rare.? (JCB). According to Maggs Telles (1595 ? 1675) ?...is considered one of the best Portuguese writers?, he was a Portuguese Priest and historian. A rare work when containing both engraved title pages. The supplementary leaves are only some times included. Not in standard bibliographies such as Sabin and Church. Borba de Moraes, 852. Rodrigues, 2343. Not in Alden & Landis. Not in Sabin. Not in Church.

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        REGIMENTO DA CRIAÇAM DOS CAVALLOS.

      - Impresso por decreto de Sua Magestade, de Abril de 1645. EM LISBOA. Por Antonio Aluarez Impressor Del Rey N. S. Anno de 1645. In fólio de 27x18,5 cm. Com [ii], 20 pags. Encadernação recente inteira de pele. Folha de rosto com tarja tipográfica e ao centro uma gravura com as armas de D. João IV. Raríssimo espécimen bibliográfico, desconhecido de Inocêncio e do qual apenas existe um exemplar na rede pública de bibliotecas portuguesas, presente na Biblioteca João Paulo II da Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Decreto no âmbito do rearmamento Português durante a Guerra da Independência com a Espanha - tratado de paz assinado em 1668 – momento em que existiu uma necessidade urgente da contribuição de todo o cidadão capaz de criar cavalos com as éguas disponíveis; para o qual foram regulados requisitos, exames e registos; afim de se obterem poldros apropriados para as coudelarias nacionais. [EN] Decree (regimento) printed by order of the King of Portugal on the rules of the horse breading. Lisbon, April 1645. Due to the Portuguese rearmament during the Independence War with Spain (peace treaty signed in 1668) there was an urgent need of a contribution from any available private citizen to bread a stallion out of an available mare; for which was a scrutiny, and registration, in order to give an appropriate foal to be given to the national studs. In folio 27x18, 5 cm.; [ii], 20 pags. Binding in recent full calf gilt with title on the front board. Title page edged by a typographical frame and the royal coat-of-arms of King D. John IV at the center. Bibliographic rare specimen unknown to Portuguese bibliographer Inocêncio. Only one copy exists at public libraries in Portugal (present in the Library John Paul II, Catholic University, Lisbon). Location/localizacao: 1

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        Wirtenberg Ducatus

      Altkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte von Willem Jansz. Blaeu um 1645. 41.8x50.5 cm. - Koeman 2 2620:2 - Württemberg mit angrenzenden Gebieten zwischen Heidelberg, Schwäbisch Hall, Lauingen / Donau, Memmingen, Villingen / Schwarzwald, Freiburg und dem Rhein von Straßburg bis Mannheim, mit Stuttgart im Zentrum der Karte. Dekoratives Blatt mit großem Wappen und schöner Kartusche mit Weinreben und Putten. 2 kl. Rostflecke, im Papierrand schwach braunfleckig.

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        TRAITTÉ D'HORLOGIOGRAPHIE, CONTENANT PLUSIEURS MANIERES DE CONSTRUIRE SUR TOUTES SURFACES, TOUTE SORTES DE LIGNE HORAIRES: ET AUTRES CERCLES DE LA SPHERE

      1645: PARIS, FRANÇOIS L'ANGLOIS, DIT CHARTRES 1645 Scarce and second corrected and enlarged edition of this profusely illustrated work (published the first time in 1641) on astronomic measurements and time calculation, including the way to build sundials and other clocks from stone and wood. Profusely illustrated with 76 engravings by Sainte Marie Magdeleine, Pierre. Traitté d’Horlogiographie, contenant plusieurs manieres de construire sur toutes surfaces, toute sortes de ligne horaires: et autres cercles de la Sphere. Avec quelques instruments pour la même pratique, et pour connaistre les heures durant la nuit ; et l'heure du flus et du reflus de la mer. Plus la méthode de couper en pierre ou en bois les corps réguliers et autres Polyëdres, par le cube et par le cylindre. Revu, corrigé et augmenté en cette seconde édition, de plusieurs propositions et figures. A Paris, Chez François L’Anglois, dit Chartres 1645. [Paris: François Chartre, 1645]. Large 12mo (153x91 mm), contemporary vellum with handwritten title on spine, red sprinkled edges, ff. [1 frontispiece], [10], pp. 392. Complete.Engraved frontispiece with a castle and various fields of dials. 76 numbered copper-plates (two folding) with some repeated plates (13, 19, 25, 26, 34, 41, 44, 45 and 60), in order to explain a similar topic. Plate 33, even if mentioned in the text, was never printed. Condition: Professional, neat repairs at the inner blank margin with reinforced spine and small pin-holes; some waterstains of pages but nothing to impact the text or the plates - in most cases the corners are affected with few pages towards the end of the book showing more water stains. Bibliographic References: Houzeau-Lancaster 11455; Polak 8584; Deutsches Museum, Libri rari 219.. ILLUSTRATED. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Danicorum Monumentorum Libri Sex [bound with] Regum Daniea Series duplex [bound with] Saxonis Grammatici Historiae Danicae Libri XVI [bound with] Notae Uberiores in Historiam Danicam Saxonis Grammatici

      Copenhagen, Soro: Joachim Moltke, 1645. First edition. Folio (pages 289 x 189 mm), four volumes bound in one: [xxiv, including engraved title], 526, [xvi]; [xii], 36; [viii, including engraved title], 384, [xxii], [ii, blank]; 60, 252, [xxii]. Complete with engraved titles and folding plate in the first volume. Bound in a contemporary full vellum binding that is severely chipped at the spine, otherwise holding, but the spine label is written upside-down. Pages are generally in Very Good condition, with previous owner's name "John Henniker, Lincoln's Inn 1766" written on title page, minor dampstaining to approximately 50 pages, and several early marginal ink annotations. Page edges stained blue. Despite the defects a relatively attractive and authentic example of these early works on Scandinavian history. & & The first two volumes are the earliest written account of the rune stones of Denmark and Norway. The work attempts to document and interpret all 144 known Danish runic monuments. Other documents being lost, this work provided the sole reference for several runic inscriptions. A scarce book with only one other copy, also bound with 'Regum Daniea,' found at auction in the past 30 years. & & Volumes three and four, written by Saxo between 1185 and 1216 and edited by Stephanus, 'Saxonis Grammatici' is a famous chronicle of the Kings of Denmark through 1186. The author, Saxo, is generally considered the first national historian of Denmark and an earlier translation of this work was the primary source for Shakespeare's "Hamlet." An important collection of Danish historical works.

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        Brief, das Kloster Cappenberg betreffend. Lateinisch. Mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift

      Münster, 22. April 1645. 31 cm. 1 S. - Das im Jahr 1122 gestiftete Prämonstratenserkloster Cappenberg erfuhr bis zum 17. Jahrhundert mehrere Reformversuche und Visitationen. Nach schweren Schäden im 30-jährigen Krieg erfolgte ab 1708 ein Neubau des Klosters. Es wurde im Zuge der Säkularisierung 1803 aufgehoben. Franz Wilhelm, Fürstbischof von Osnabrück, vertrat während der Verhandlungen zum Westfälischen Frieden in Osnabrück und Münster die Interessen von 17 katholischen Stiften und Abteien (Biogr. Handbuch Osnabrück S. 91). Alte Faltspuren; ohne das zweite Blatt mit Adresse und Siegel - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Renuncia que hizo la Religion de nuestro Padre S. Francisco de todas las Doctrinas y Conversiones

      The Franciscans leave Florida and Mexico. Los Franciscanos dejan Florida y México y piden ser enviados a España, las Filipinas o Japón, para continuar su labor. 1645. Toledo. Convento de San Juan de los Reyes. In folio (292 mm x 187 mm). 4 pp. Half reddish morocco, slightly rubbed. A fresh and clean copy, unevenly trimmed but perfect otherwise. The document begins by stating the historical importance of the Order in the Evangelization of the Indians of America, claiming recognition as the spiritual pioneers in Guatemala, Florida and the Philippines, and stressing that it was their Order that first came to American shores under the command and blessing of the Spanish Crown. Then explains how due to certain Papal decrees, the General of the Franciscan Order renounces ?for himself and the Franciscan Order- to their rights and properties in New Mexico, Yucatan, Zacatecas, Mexico and the Philippines, and all their work in the ?Spiritual vineyards? there, in view of those apostolic briefs which had been obtained ?by sinister means? for their disturbance and annoyance. He then requests the Pope to hand that property to anyone who can serve him better. The document ends with a petition to the King to make ships available to return the Franciscans to Spain, or, should they prefer it, to take them to the Philippines or Japan to continue their work. La carta empieza describiendo la importancia histórica de la Orden en la evangelización de los Indios de América, pidiendo reconocimiento como los pioneros espirituales en Guatemala, Florida y las Filipinas. Enfatiza y recuerda en que fue esta Orden la que primero llegó a las costas americanas con la aprobación de los monarcas españoles. Luego explica cómo, debido a ciertos Decretos Papales, el General de la Orden Franciscana renuncia para sí mismo y para la Orden a los derechos y propiedades en Nuevo México, Yucatán, Zacatecas, México y las Filipinas y a todo su trabajo en los ?viñedos espirituales? en la región, acusando a las bulas de haber sido obtenidas por medios siniestros. Demostrando el deber de obediencia hacia el Pontífice y una humildad sin límites, le pide que entregue su propiedad a quién pueda servirle mejor. Termina pidiendo a Rey de España la disposición de navíos para el retorno de los Franciscanos a España o a las Filipinas o Japón para continuar su labor Apostólica. Medina, VI, 6807 could only trace a copy from Leclerc´s catalogue. Sabin, 69641.

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        Poems, &c. Written by Mr. Ed. Waller of Beckonsfield, esquire; Lately a member of the Honourable House Of Commons

      Printed: 1645  Octavo, 148 x 93 mm. First edition. A4, B-M8,N4,O8, P2. " If any of the four editions of published in 1645 can be said th have been authorized by Waller, this is certainly the one."(W-P) This copy is in in lovely condition internally. Full contemporary calf, housed in a custom box. The new binding is full modern calf. Waller was deeply involved in a royalist plot in 1643 to take the city of London in the name of King Charles. He was subsequently imprisoned in the tower, banished from parliament, fined, and exiled, barely escaping execution. He was readmitted to the house of commons in 1651 where he appeared a different style of man than the Edmund Waller of the 1630?s. He consistently argued against military despotism, and in favor of tolerance for dissenters, and quakers in particular. ?It is certain that the poems of Edmund Waller had been in circulation in manuscript some considerable time before their first publication. His lines on the escape of Charles (then Prince of Wales) from drowning, near Santander, though subsequently retouched, were probably written in or about the time of the event which they celebrate; but it was not until 1645 that the first edition of his poems was published. In spite of this, his reputation was already so well established that Denham wrote of him in ?Cooper?s Hill? (1642) as ?the best of poets,? and it is probable that no writer, in proportion to his merits ever received such ample recognition from his contemporaries. Waller will always live as the author of ?Go, lovely rose,? the lines ?On a Girdle,? and ?Of the Last Verses in the Book.?? (DNB)

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        Myographia nova sive musculorum MARVELLOUS ANATOMICAL ILLUSTRATIONS

      Engraved frontispiece portrait by the renowned artist Robert White (1645-1702). With 40 beautifully engraved anatomical plates. Contemporary calf, rebacked; a lovely, large copy. A handsome copy of the scarce second edition Browne's anatomical atlas of the muscles, first published in 1681. One of one of the most popular anatomical books of its time, it went through ten editions. Browne (1642-1700?) was physician to St. Thomas's Hospital and later to Charles II. The marvelous plates were copied, with alterations, from works by Casserius and Spigelius. The present work is notable as the first to have names of the muscles engraved directly upon the plates, and for inclusion of Sir Charles Scarburgh's syllabus of the muscles printed on the folding table.&

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        Cremona fedelissima citta et nobilissima colonia de Romani rappresentata in disegno col suo contato, et illustrata d'vna breue historia delle cose piv notabili appartenenti ad essa. Et dei ritratti naturali de duchi et duchesse di Milano. E compendio delle lor vite da Antonio Campo pittore e cavalier cremonese al potentissimo e felicissimo re di Spagna Filippo IIII d'Austria.

      In Milano in Casa di Gio. Battista Bidelli, 1645 (al colophon: In Milano, per Filippo Ghisolfi, ad istanza di Gio. Battista Bidelli. L'imprimatur in alcune di queste edizioni si trova anche al retro del frontespizio; nel nostro caso si trova sull'ultima carta prima delle tavole). Tre libri in un tomo unico in 4to, frontespizio inciso a piena pagina con figure allegoriche e la seguente iscrizione "Philippo IIII Austriaco Hispaniarum Chatolico Regi Maximo, pp. (6 di cui una col ritratto inciso di Antonio Campo), 228 (22 con la Tavola delle cose pi? notabili) + 7 ritratti di nobili e cardinali in b/n n. t. incisi entro ovale con doppio filetto a contenerne il titolo + 6 tavole in fine di cui 5 pi? volte ripiegate (1. La pianta della Citt? di Cremona; 2. La descrizione del Territorio, del Contado e della Diocesi di Cremona e dei suoi confini; 3. La Torre di Cremona; 4 - 5. Il Battistero di Cremona in due tavole separate; 6.Il Duomo di Cremona); testatine e grandi capolettera incisi, leg. in p. perg. Rigida con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, tagli in pointellisme. Antonio Campi (Cremona, 1524 - Cremona, 1587) ? stato un pittore, storico e architetto italiano. La prima edizione ? quella edita nel 1582; un'altra ? quella del 1642. Esemplare con difetti e restauri alle carte iniziali (piccola abrasione all'angolo inferiore sinistro del frontespizio e integrazioni della carta al taglio esterno; abrasione al primo capolettera del foglio che segue il frontespizio e integrazione della carta al taglio esterno; al foglio ancora successivo, integrazione della carta all'angolo inferiore sinistro, con conseguente perdita di parte del testo, ossia la Dedica alla Sacra Maest? De D. Filippo Secondo Re Catholico, e al taglio esterno; lievissime fioriture sparse alle pagine seguenti; salto, per errore di stampa in tutti gli esemplari di questa edizione, nella numerazione delle pagine dalla 160 alla 165; manca l'incisione, sempre ad opera del Campi, fra la pagina 16 e la pagina 17, di dimensioni un poco pi? ristrette rispetto al normale taglio delle pagine e raffigurante un corteo uscente dalla citt? con soldati, contadini e buoi e, sullo sfondo, la citt? di Cremona entro le mura. La grande carta della citt? di Cremona presenta uno strappo al margine superiore che, traversando il titolo, tocca un poco l'inciso, diversi sono i punti di ossidazione, al verso alcune mende di rinforzo; la carta del Territorio di Cremona presenta un piccolo strappo, ? rifilata entro la battuta ma ? presente il filetto nero di quadratura, al verso alcune mende; sana la carta con il Torrazzo; la carta del Duomo presenta alcune abrasioni, ? rifilata entro la battuta e incollata su altro foglio; le due carte del Battistero sono rifilate entro la battuta, una con perdita di immagine. Peraltro esemplare genuino nella maggior parte della compilazione. Raro e censito in due sole biblioteche italiane (la Statale di Cremona e la Giovardiana di Veroli).

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        Oeuvres morales et mélées. Oeuvres traduites du grec en français, revues, corrigées et enrichies en cette dernière édition de préfaces générales, de sommaires au commencement de chacun des traités, d'annotations en marge, qui montrent l'artifice et la suite des discours de l'auteur..

      Paris, Antoine Robinot, 1645.2 volumi in -folio, pp. (16) 926 (58) ; (8) 792 (32). Leg. piena pelle dell?epoca. Dorsi a nervi con titoli su tasselli (lievi difetti alle cuffie, una cerniera restaurata). Lavoro di tarlo al margine interno di 12 pagine del secondo volume. Per il resto esemplare molto buono. Marca calcografica sul frontespizio (La Fama e un medaglione con la caduta di Icaro) incisa da Jean Boulanger. Edizione curata da Simon Goulart il vecchio, le cui iniziali S.G.S. figurano nelle prefazioni. Traduzione di Jacques Amyot.

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        Il regno tutto di Candia delineato a parte, a parte, et intagliato da Marco Boschini venetiano. Al serenissimo prencipe e regal collegio di Venetia

      VENEZIA, DOPO 1645 (1651 VEDI CICOGNA) 1645 Venezia, dopo 1645 (1651 vedi Cicogna) In-folio (2) c. (1) c. (di tav.) 61 c. (di tav. nautiche incise su rame). Frontespizio inciso, antiporta figurato a piena pagina con Leone di San Marco con libro aperto "Pax Tibi Marce Evangelista Meus" e spada sguainata sopra l'isola di Candia. Cartoncino muto con dorso a tre nervi. Le carte 6, 60 e 61, mancanti sono state sostitute da riproduzioni su carta antica. Per il resto il volume è collazionato, pulito e in perfette condizioni. Durante il XVI secolo l'impero ottomano aveva esercitato una massiccia pressione sul Mar Mediterraneo e nei Balcani, spesso avvantaggiato dall'alleanza francese, giungendo sino in Ungheria. Nel '600 la politica dell'impero turco divenne anche più aggressiva, ma con la fine del secolo, le sorti dell'impero erano compromesse, ed esso non costituiva più un pericolo per l'Europa anzi divenne oggetto delle mire espansionistiche dei maggiori stati europei. Infatti, lo stato ottomano rimaneva anacronisticamente fermo alla struttura feudale, mentre i suoi avversari cristiani si organizzavano in regimi accentrati, sostenuti da una solida burocrazia che ne garantiva l'efficienza. I Turchi restarono del tutto estranei al rinnovamento culturale e scientifico che percorse l'Europa. Tale carenza compromise tutta la loro organizzazione tecnica persino nel campo navale. In un paese che faceva della guerra la propria attività fondamentale i sacrifici gravissimi imposti ai piccoli feudatari, tenuti a servire come cavalieri, finirono col rovinarli e coll'esasperarli, sicché gli eserciti diventarono sempre più indisciplinati e meno efficienti. Quando poi i sultani cercarono di sopperire con truppe mercenarie, le spese si moltiplicarono e li costrinsero a ricorrere all'inasprimento fiscale e all'alterazione delle monete, con le inevitabili conseguenze negative sui commerci e sulla produzione. Dal 1645 al 1669 (6 settembre, quando Francesco Morosini negoziò la resa) l'impero ottomano attaccò il possesso veneziano di Candia riuscendo ad impadronirsene, cedendo però alla Serenissima le terre dalmate e albanesi da questa conquistate durante il corso delle operazioni. Boschini Marco scrittore d'arte, pittore e incisore italiano (Venezia 1613-1678 o 1704). La sua opera principale è la Carta del navegar pitoresco (1660), in dialetto veneziano, dedicata all'arciduca Leopoldo Guglielmo e scritta in quartine rimate. Pur continuando la tradizione del dialogo fra l'amatore d'arte e il pittore (in questo caso, l'autore), il testo è diviso in otto parti come la rosa dei venti per meglio orientare il lettore nel mare della pittura veneziana. A Boschini si devono anche la prima vera guida artistica di Venezia, le Ricche minere della pittura veneziana (1674), e una guida di Vicenza (Gioielli pittoreschi della virtuosa città di Vicenza, 1676). Apprezzato incisore e cartografo, nulla rimane della sua attività pittorica. Beautiful condition, lacking three plates, professionally reproduced on old paper. Boschini, a Venetian painter, writer and engraver began work on this survey in 1645, the year the island was invaded by the Turks. When the work was published, the town of Heraklion (Candia) was in the fourth year of what was to become a twenty-two year siege: the topicality of the work and its subsequent popularity throughout the Christian world is unsurprising. Atabey 136; Blackmer 171 (incorrect plate count). Graesse "Tresor de Livres Rares et Precieux" voll. 1-2 p.500.Cicogna p.137. Dalla dedica: "Serenissimo Principe ill.mi et ecc.mi signori. Ho ben io Marco Boschini dell"anno 1644, presentato alla Ser.tà V.ra l'intaglio del Tempio Suo Regale, alla Beatissima Vergine della Salute inalzato. E del 1645, l'intaglio del Regno Suo mobilissimo di Candia contra 'l Turco difeso. Per dimostrare in Opre, cosi gloriose, e grandi, quasi in lucidi specchi, la Veneta singolarissima pietà, e munificenza. Ora avendo io continuate le mie fatiche nell'intagliare a parte a parte lo stesso Regno, mentre la Ser.tà V.ra continua à difenderlo Sola con stupore del Mondo tutto contra la potenza vastissima Othomana. Ritorno più che mai riverente, appie della Ser.tà V.ra e glie lo presento finito. Supplicandola à gradire l'offerta, non solo come fatta da suo fedellissimo Suddito, e Servo, E come rappresentanza di un Regno Suo proprio mà come felice augurio, che, s'ella tanto ha fatto, e fa, per conservarlo à Dio Nostro Signore: A lei ben anco debba dallo stesso Dio Nostro Signore essere giustamente conservato. Humiliss.mo e Suiscer.mo Suddito, e Servo Marco Boschini"

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        Manuscript writing book with ornamental borders

      n.p. Milan: n.p., 1645. Elaborate manuscript by a mid-17th-century priest from Milan containing his own aphorisms, observations and quotations modeled after contemporary calligraphy manuals with unusually elaborate and well-executed figurative borders drawn in his hand, and interspersed with anguished outbursts on loveâ??s torment in a later hand. Chiassiâ??s drawings, modelled from Antonio Tempestaâ??s Hunting Scenes and contemporary emblem books, show mythological figures, exotic animals and putti, often matched to the content of the text. While we find no evidence that Chiassi was a professional artist, the numerous drawings show a talented hand for an amateur. A peacock and a monkey adorn the calligraphed text on vanity and conceit; the drawing of a blond woman with a provocative décolleté appears next to a warning on womenâ??s artifice. Chiassi borrowed his border imagery with wit, sometimes hiding parts of the drawings behind the calligraphy to increase the overall sense of three-dimensionality. Concerned with this balance between image and text, he altered the position of a horseâ??s head from his printed source to keep it from disappearing behind the calligraphy framework. When he borrows Tempestaâ??s Ostrich Hunt, only the protesting birdâ??s head and wings appear above the text; hunters rush at him from the sides of the frame with impossibly elongated, pronged sticks. A baying dog below from a different Tempesta Hunt completes the narrative circle. An unusual example of adapting the calligraphy book not for instructional purposes, but, apparently, for those of self-expression.Nothing further is known about the author, who identifies himself as a priest in his signature. The manuscript is a curious mixture of private and public, since it bears a dedication to one Abb. Mazentae (dated 16 August 1645), yet has an unfinished feel to it, with pages left blank. The texts reveal an obsession with the inconstancy of women, whose natural propensity towards infidelity needs to be curbed by vigilant fathers and husbands.. Oblong 4to. [30 x 21.5 cm], (56) ff. of which 40 written and signed by Chiassi, including three alphabets, all except one written and ornamented on recto only, 27 pages with finely executed drawings, generally 4 subjects per page surrounding calligraphic sample, (5) blank ff., (10) ff. in a later hand and without ornamentation. Bound in contemporary flexible vellum, covers gilt-stamped with ornamental borders and title â??Scritto da P. Honorato Chiaissi,â? front cover soiled and worn; fingersoiling in lower right corners, some soiling on scattered leaves, minimal toning. An internally excellent copy in a fine, if worn, contemporary binding.

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        Compendium Historiae Batavicae, A Julio Caesare usquead haec tempora. Accessit eiusde Discursus Oratorius in expugnationem Sassae Gandavensis.[History Of Holland Batavia]

      Lugduni Batavorum: Joannis Maire, 1645 Antonio Thysio, IC. & Professore in Academia Leidensi. [Antonius Thysius]. Compendium Historiae Batavicae, A Julio Caesare usquead haec tempora. Accessit eiusde Discursus Oratorius in expugnationem Sassae Gandavensis. 1645. Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Joannis Maire. [48] 334 pages. Collated and complete. Roughly 2 ¼ by 4 ¼ inches. With an engraved title page. Text mostly in Latin with a few first pages in Greek. Antonius Thysius (1603-1665), a Dutch theologian, scholar and professor at Leiden, wrote this book, a history of Batavia and Westphalia (Holland), perhaps on commission for the country, as it seems many other histories of the like were penned in an effort by the Dutch government to chronicle and preserve its history. Various internet searches turn up a later (1652) edition of this work, although a 1645 entry can be found in an online database of a library in Innsbruck. 3 copies appear in libraries in World Cat searches. Bound in vellum with hand written titling and numbering on the spine. This copy is in GOOD condition. Light soiling to the covers. Moderate scuffing. Minor edgewear with some bumping and scuffing. Spine darkened. Small insect hole near foot of spine on the front cover. First 15 leaves with moderate worming at the tops of the pages, affecting text only on title page and engraved title page, but otherwise relegated to the top margin and lessening the further in the text one goes. Minor pen scribbling on the ffep as well as to the bottom of the engraved title where the previous owner's name was crossed out, and with some previous bookseller notations in pencil also on the ffep. The text itself is clean and tight with very minor browning to the first 290+ pages then moderate browning to the rest. Page 320 with a faint dog ear crease to the lower corner. A nice copy of this history of Holland, seemingly scarce in the marketplace. Photos available upon request.. Vellum. Good/No Jacket.

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        De quadropedib´ digitatis oviparis libri tres et De quadropedib´ digitatis libri duo. Bartholemeus Ambrosius [...] collegit.

      Bonon, [Bologna, Nicolaum Tebaldinum],1645. (4, included engraved title) + 718 + (1 blank) + (16) p. Engraved title (cut close in lower margin). Last page with woodcut printer´s device. Illustrated with several full-page woodcut illustrations. Later full dark red morocco, gilt spine with blank title label, slightly faded. New endpapers. 35,5 X 24,5 cm. Enclosed is a letter from previous purchaser to bookdealer Bernand Rosenthal, New York, regarding library stamps.. Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605), Italian natural scientist and physician, from 1553 professor in Bologna, where he founded a Botanical Garden and a Museum. He started producing a very extensive summary of natural sciences, but published only four of the volumes himself. He also made important contributions to pharmacology and published a Pharmocopé in 1574

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        Aegidii Albertini Hortulus muliebris quadripartitus, thet är: thet qwinlige könetz lustgård uthi fyra åtskillige deelar affdeelt hwaruthi förhandlas: I. Om barnetuchtan och jungfrustånd. II. Om ächta qwinnors stånd. III. Om enkestånd. IV. Om qwinkönetz gode och onde egenskaper i gemeen. Alt medh sköne både andelige och werldzlige historier och exempel amplificerat och förklarat... uthtolkat aff Erco Schrodero.

      Uthgången och publicerat aff translatoris egen typographia, anno 1645. (10) + 912 s. Halvskinnband. Ryggen något skadad både upp- och nedtill. Saknar de sista 10 opaginerade sidorna.. Är egentligen en översättning från Albertinus tyska översättning av Juan de la Cerda, Vida politica de todos los estados de mugeres

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        Nicolai Machiavelli Florentini Historiae Florentinae Libri octo

      Lugdui Batavorum,: Apud Hieronymum de Vogel, 1645. Early Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 12mo. [8], 534, [36]pp. Full vellum, leather label, gilt title. Engraved title page portraying Cosimo de Medici with Machiavelli on one side and an angel on the other, with town scene in vignette on podium. Fine copy.

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        The Philosophicall touch-stone: or observations upon Sir Kenelm Digbie’s discourses of the nature of bodies, and of the reasonable soule…

      London: Printed for James Young and are to be sold by Charles Green, 1645. First edition. Hardcover. Small 4to. pp. [16], 131, [1]. With the required imprimatur leaf (sig. A1) before the title. Bound in modern blind tooled full calf after early style. An old bookseller’s ticket is preserved and pasted on the inside front cover. A miniscule institutional stamp is present on one of the front blank free fly-leaves. Interior pages contain occasional spots of mild foxing / staining / wear. A small signature is written on the title page above the word “observation.” A pair of initials are written and crossed out in an early hand following the last line of text on p. 131. Bound at the rear of this copy are 14 unnumbered leaves (the final of which is soiled) containing a postscript and a table of contents to a completely different work. Alexander Ross (1591-1654) was Chaplain to Charles I and vicar of Carisbrooke. His “Philosophicall Touch-Stone” was an important refutation of the unorthodox Aristotelianism in Sir Kenelm Digby’s “Two Treatises.” Ross touches on many issues relevant to science and chemistry including the atomic theory of the ancients, the composition of matter and the nature of light. Ideas concerning magnetism, color and sound are also discussed [See Duveen]. D. Rubin’s bibliography of Sir Kenelm Digby states that Ross’s treatise is “…Probably the first English discussion of atomism after Digby’s ‘Two Treatises.’” [Duveen, p. 516; Neville Library II, pp.392-393; Krivatsy NLM 9953; Rubin, Sir Kenelm Digby 221; ESTC R200130].

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        CASPARIS BARLAEI Antverpiani POEMATA. EDITIO IV, Altera plus parte auctior. PARS I. HEROICORUM + CASPARI BARLAEI Antverpiani POEMATUM PARS II, ELEGIARUM ET MISCELLANEORUM CARMINUM..

      J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645 - 1646. In Latin. 732+576 p. Contemporary vellum binding. Inscripion. Slightly spotted. Two parts in one volume. Engraved vignettes on titlepages. First endpaper missing and corpus slightly loose from binding in front. Else a fine copy.. Printed dedication to C. Huygens

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        [Unterschiedliche sehr Nachdenckliche Visiones Und Offenbahrungen. Teil 5:] Fünffter Theil. Etzlicher Wahrhafftiger, Wunderlicher und sehr Nachdencklicher Visionen. Oder Engelischer Gesichter und Göttlicher Offenbarungen Georgii Reichardi

      Nordhausen, Gutknecht 1645. 20 cm. (8), 176 Seiten mit 1 blattgroßen Holzschnitt, Umschlag - ADB 27, 622 - Bircher C 289-292 (vgl.) - Weller, Druckorte I, 27 - Erstausgabe des nahezu unbekannten fünften Teils seiner Weissagungen mit dem fingierten Druckvermerk "Warnungsburg in Deutschland Bey Christian Gutfreund". Weller vermutet Halle als Druckort. Dieser Teil ist den Bürgermeistern, Ratsherren, Richtern, etc. der von den Prophezeiungen betroffenen Städten gewidmet, z. B.: Hamburg, Bremen, Lübeck, Lüneburg, Stade, Emden, Jever, Magdeburg, Danzig, Königsberg, Elbing, Thorn, Leipzig, Dessau, Köln. Der Holzschnitt zeigt des Verfassers Vision von den vier Sonnen über der Stadt Hamburg. Seite 81 mit Zwischentitel "Ein schöner Aug-Apffel, Das ist, Ein recht schönes, Geistreiches Gesicht und Offenbarung unsers Herrn Gottes ..." mit Druckvermerk: Nordhausen, Gutknecht. Stellenweise papierbedingt gebräunt, Titelblatt im Rand ergänzt mit unbedeutendem Textverlust -

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        Architectura Militaris, Oder Gründliche Anderweisung der heutiges tages so wohl in Niederlandt als andern örttern gebräuchlichen Fortification oder Vestungsbau. Aus den besten Authoribus zusammen getragen in ein volkommen Werck gebracht.

      Amsterdam, J. Jansson, 1645. Folio. Cont. full vellum. Some brownspots to covers. Remains of ties. Light wear. Engraved titlepage. 364 pp., 13 double-page Tables and 90 double-page engraved plates. Dampstaining to upper part of plates, mostly seen on verso and decreasing towards end.. First edition

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        LINAGE de.

      Memoires de ce qui s'est passé en Suede, et aux provinces voisines, depuis l'année 1645 jusques en l'année 1655; ensemble le demêlé de la Suede avec la Pologne, tirez des depesches de monsieur Chanut ambassadeur pour le roy en Suede. I-III. Köln, chez P. du Marteau, 1677. 12:o. (24),427 + 477 + 496 s. Tre eleganta hfrbd från 1700-talets slut med rikt guldornerade ryggar, röda titeletiketter och mörkgröna deltiteletiketter samt röda snitt. Delvis med smärre bruna fläckar, t.ex på s. 187-89 och 213 i del I samt s. 167-73 i del III. Fuktränder i inre marginalen i början och slutet av varje volym, mot slutet av tredje delen mer omfattande. Andra delen med rostfläck och litet hål i marginalen på s. 451-66. Bra ex. med Johan Medlings exlibris.. Warmholtz 8322. Utkom första gången i Paris 1674-75 och följdes snart av två nya upplagor, varav detta är den ena. En tysk översättning såg också dagens ljus. Pierre Hector Chanut (1604-67) var 1645-49 fransk ministerresident i Sverige och innehade ambassadörsposten i Stockholm och i Lübeck 1649-53. Martin Weibull har i "Historisk tidskrift" 1887-88 redogjort för verkets innehåll i jämförelse med de bevarade originalrapporterna och kritiserar i sina artiklar utgivaren Linage de Vaucienne för uteslutningar, misstag etc. Weibull hävdar vidare att verket egentligen består av två delar; den ena innehåller depescher av Chanut och den andra av hans sekreterare Picques. Den sistnämnde var, under Chanuts frånvaro i Lübeck, chargé d'affaires i Stockholm. Arbetet är en av de betydelsefullaste källorna till drottning Kristinas historia. Chanut var kulturellt intresserad och sammanförde t.ex. Kristina och Descartes. 1826 utkom en svensk översättning av verkets första del med tillagda kommentarer av drottning Kristina hämtade ur hennes eget annoterade exemplar av boken

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        Olai Magni Gothi, archiepiscopi upsaliensis, & gothorum suecorumque primatis, historiæ septentrionalium gentium breviarium libri XXII.

      Editio nova, & ex prioribus emendatissima. Leiden, apud Adrianum Wyngaerde et Franciscum Moiardum, 1645. 12:o. (14),+ 589,+ (67) s. Grav. extra titelblad saknas. Återkommande fuktrand i främre marginal. Sammanbunden med: LOCCENIUS, Johannes. Antiquitatum Sveo-Gothicarum, cum huius ævi moribus, institutis ac ritibus indigenis pro re nata comparatarum libris tres. Stockholm, Henrici Keiser, (1647). 12:o. (15),+ (blank),+ 372,+ (4) s. Sid. 191-214 med hoppande paginering. Grav. extra titelblad saknas. Samtida pergamentband, bläckanteckningar på för- och eftersättsblad. Med Seth Lampas namnteckning på titelbladet. Ur Erik Michaël Fants bibliotek, med hans namnteckning daterad Uppsala 1790. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Collijn sp. 559 resp. 527. Collijn, Olaus Magnus, s. 41f. Warmholtz 1414 resp. 1416. Carlander III, 51 resp. 564ff. Båda verken saknar sina graverade extratitelblad. Den 16:e upplagan av Olaus Magnus beskrivning av Sverige resp. första upplagan av Loccenius svenska kulturhistoria. Böcker efter historieprofessor E. M. Fant (1754-1817) såldes på auktion i Uppsala 1818

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        Thesaurus biblicus, eller biblisk skatkammar/ uthi hwilken summarier på alla capitel/ sampt uthwalde hofwud-språk/ medh tilhörige concordantier/ korteligen författade äro/ och til lärdom/ tröst och förmaning förklaradhe.

      Stettin, G. Rhete, 1645. 8:o. (8),80,90-406,405-07,410-752 s. Inlagan inom typografiskt ramverk. Gammalt svårdaterat nött skinnryggbd med upphöjda bind. Ryggen med ett par maskhål. Titelbladet solkigt och småfläckigt. Inlagan med enstaka lagerfläckar och även några sporadiska, men knappast störande, fuktfläckar i nedre marginalen. Avskurna övre hörn på s. 100-05 med obetydlig textförlust. En reva i övre marginalen på s. 392 och pappersförluster i nedre marginalen på s. 440. Med Axel Sjöstens och ytterligare en svårtydd namnteckning samt Joseph Zandhers ovala stpl.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 458. VD17 23:674454V. Klingius studerade vid denna tid i Tyskland. Han blev senare hovpredikant hos Kristina och slutade som den första biskopen i Göteborg

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        Lexicon Juridicum Juris Cæsarei Simul, et Canonici: Feudalis Item, Civilis, Criminalis, Theoretici, ac Practici: & in Schola... Simul & Locorum communium, & Dictionary vicem sustinens... Editio Postrema...

      Genevæ: Petri Chouët 1645.. Folio, (xii), 1047, (1) pp, title printed in red and black, printed throughout in double column, some browning and minor tears to margins, black letter endpapers, cut down in size from an earlier work, contemporary calf, marked, recently rebacked with repair to corners as well. Calvin was Professor of Law at the University of Heidelberg and this Dictionary, first published in 1610, was reprinted several time during the 17th century.

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