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        ANABAPTISM, The True Fountaine of Independency, Brownism, Antinomy, Familisme, and the most of the other Errours, which for the time doe trouble the Church of England, Unsealed. Also the question of pædobaptisme and dipping handled from Scripture...

      London: Printed for M.F. [Miles Flesher] for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brazen serpent in Pauls Church-yard., 1647. [32] pages, followed by 179 pages, followed by [13] pages. The final leaf is instead bound between page [32] and page 1. Rebound circa 1930 in marbled paper-covered boards, which are lightly worn, with new endpapers. An embossed stamp and an ink stamp on the title page, from a non-circulating institutional library. The page edges were trimmed, affecting many of the printed notes in the margins and some page numbers. Except for minor soiling the text is relatively clean and is unmarked. Title conintued "...In a second part of The disswasive from the errors of the time." Sabin 2762: The writings of this author, who was a friend of Roger Williams, contan many interesting particulars nowhere else to be found, respecting the Church of Leyden, and its migration to New England. ESTC R38567; Thomason on Tracts E.369[9]; Wing B452A. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Quarto (4to).

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        Le Vite de più eccellenti pittori, scultori et architetti. Parte prima (. seconda e terza)

      presso gli Heredi di Evangelista Dozza, in Bologna 1647 - Ottime legature di poco posteriori in pergamena rigida con titoli oro su tassello dipinto al ds. Tagli azzurri (in parte scoloriti). Firme di appartenenza anticamente cancellate sulla carta di guardia libera e al margine inferiore bianco dell antiporta. Timbretti ex libris ai frontis. ( Biblioteca conte Pietro G. Berettini ). Interni assai freschi, salvo qualche sporadica macchiolina e qualche fascicolo lievemente brunito. Rara seconda edizione illustrata (prima pubblicata a Bologna dal Dozza e terza in assoluto). Graesse VI, 264. 4to (cm. 23), 3 Voll.; 10 cc.nn., 76-432 pp.; 1 c.nn., 543(1) pp.; 22 cc.nn., 407(1) pp., 66 cc.nn. Antiporta incisa su rame da C. Bloemaert nel primo vol. e centinaia di xilografie con ritratti in ovale entro ricche cornici architettonico-allegoriche. Fregi e capilettera ornati.

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        ITALIEN. - Karte., "Italia. Nuovamente piu perfetta che mai per inanzi posta in luce".

      Altkol. Kupferstich von von J. Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1647, 37 x 48,5 cm. Prächtige Gesamtkarte mit großer Titelkartusche rechts oben, darunter die Wölfin, rechts unten Meilenzeiger, alles altkoloriert. Im Meer Windrose, Segelschiffe und Fabelwesen. - Im Ganzen gleichmäßig gering gebräunt. Europa, Italien, Landkarten

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        ITALIEN. - Karte. "Italia. Nuovamente piu perfetta che mai per inanzi posta in luce".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von von J. Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1647, 37 x 48,5 cm. Prächtige Gesamtkarte mit großer Titelkartusche rechts oben, darunter die Wölfin, rechts unten Meilenzeiger, alles altkoloriert. Im Meer Windrose, Segelschiffe und Fabelwesen. - Im Ganzen gleichmäßig gering gebräunt.

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        Die Stadt Iglau in Mähren ist den 12. Marty von dem Feind occupiert, in Jahr 1645. Anietzo aber von ihr Excellenz Herrn her. general Veldtz eigenmeister Graffen von Buchheimb den 7. Decemberis Anno 1747 wider erobert worden.

      Augsburg. Kilian.1647. Kupferstich. 48 x 64 cm. Auf festeres Papier aufgezogen (alt), kleiner Randeinriß so restauriert. Sehr seltene Ansicht der Schlacht von Iglau. Das äußerst dekorative Blatt in gutem Zustand, trotz der Restaurierung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        Eight bulbs and eight flowering heads of varieties of grape hyacinths]. Plate 19.

      Florilegium. Amsterdam 1647. - Copper engraving. Later colour. Size: 21 x 33.5 cm. (8½ x 13 inches) In fine condition with good margins. Mounted size: 41.5 x 55.5cm. Beautiful print of eight varieties of the muscari family (grape hyacinths), showing the bulbs and flowering heads. The designs are beautifully balanced on the page and the captions elegantly inscribed. Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium was first printed in Frankfurt by Kempner in 1612 -1614. It was originally a sales catalogue for plants and bulbs from Sweert's gardens, to be sold at fairs in Frankfurt and Amsterdam. Sweert was prefect of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II. Engraved by JANSSON, Jan.

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament And The New: Newly translated out of the Originall Tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised.

      4to. London: Printed by the Company of Stationers, 1647. 4to., contemporary blind- and gilt-tooled black polished calf, raised bands, a.e.g. Marbled endpapers, lacking loose half of front endpaper. Hinges slightly weak, edges of binding are somewhat rubbed; contemporary ink annotations on a few leaves; very good. With colophon, without Apocrypha. With woodcut general and New Testament title pages, pictorial headpiece preceding Genesis, and woodcut decorative headpieces throughout.

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        Histoire de Geneve. Rectifiee & augmentee par d'amples notes. Avec les actes et autres pieces, servant de preuves a cette Histoire. ( 2 Bde.).

      4, Bd. 1: Titelkupfer, XVI, 2 Falt.-Taf (25 x 70 cm, Panoramen), 1 Karte des antiken Genf., 556 S. Bd. 2: Titelkupfer, 6 Bl., 518 S., 11 Falttaf. (Abb von Siegeln 1 Falt-Landkarte) - insgesamt 16 Kupferstiche ebenso einige Vignetten und etliche Holzstich-Abb. Titelblatt in roten u. schwarzen Lettern., HLdr. d. Zeit, goldgeprägt., Namen a. Schmutztitel, etwas berieben, Papier etwas gebräunt, wenig stockfleckig. 1 Panorama an der Schmalseite 5 mm etwas gebräunt und m. kleinen Rissen (wegen falscher Faltung). Schönes Exemplar. (Lonchamp 2770). Erste zweibändige Quart-Ausgabe die gleichzeitig mit einer 4 -bändigen Oktav-Ausgabe erschien. Kommentare von Jean-Antoine Gautier und Firmin d'Abauzit.2 sehr schöne Panorama-Ansichten von Genf: Veue de la ville de Genève du coté du Midy und Veue de la ville de Genève du coté du Septentrion. Diese gemalt von Robert Gardelle und gestochen von J. G. Seiler.Jacob Spon (1647 -1685), franz. Arzt und Archäologe, großer Kenner der griechischen Altertümer. Führte zur Zeit der osmanischen Besetzung Griechenlands diverse Forschungsreisen durch.

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        Amsterdam - Hugues Picart + Jean Boisseau, 1647.

      UITERST ZELDZAAM PROFIEL VAN AMSTERDAM?Profil de la renommee ville et port demstredam cappitalle des estats de Hollande?. Ets met droge naald gedrukt op 2 bladen, vervaardigd 1647 door Hugues Picart en uitgegeven door Jean Boisseau. Afm.: 24 x 73 cm (afbeelding), 27,5 x 73 (incl. tekst).De gravure komt voor in het Th??tre des Citez, een van de zeldzaamste Franse boeken met stadsgezichten. Hiervoor maakte meester graveur Hugues Picart tussen 1641 en 1648 achtentwintig grote profielen van Europese en Aziatische steden. Vanaf 1648 werden de bladen ook los verkocht.Bij het Amsterdamse stadsarchief ligt een exemplaar met rechtsonder de voorstelling de vermelding ?A Paris chez Jean Boisseau 1647?. Ons exemplaar vermeldt slechts ?A Paris Chez?, conform nr. 42 van A.E. d?Ailly?s ?Repertorium van de profilen der stad Amsterdam? (1953). D?Ailly noemt als vervaadigingsjaar ca. 1630. Het is echter waarschijnlijker dat het hier om een vanaf 1648 los uitgegeven blad gaat.We zien van links naar rechts het bolwerk Rijzenhoofd, de Peperwerf, de Montelbaans-, Zuiderkerks- en Regulierstorens, de Waag op de Nieuwmarkt, ?l?hotel Dieu?(Diaconie Oude Mannen- en Vrouwenhuis, thans Hermitage Amsterdam), de Waalse Kerk, de Scheierstoren, de Oudezijdskapel, de Oude Kerk, de Beurs, de Engelse Kerk, de Vismarkt, de Dam, de Waag op de Dam, het Stadshuis met stompe toren, de St. Jacobskapel, de Nieuwe Kerk, de Roodenpoorts- en Haringpakkerstorens (?lieu ou on encaque le hareng?), de Wester- en Noorderkerk, het Bickerstorentje, de Haarlemmerpoort, de zoutziederijen (?saline ou on blanchit le sel?, tegenwoordig is hier de zoutkeetsgracht) en het Blauwhoofd. Voor de stad de ?Rivierre de lye?met daaran twee tolhuizen en de stadsherberg (?maison publique?). Het Nieuwe Waalseiland (gebouwd in 1644) is nog niet aangegeven, het gebouw op de Herenmarkt is als Westindisch Huis aangeduid (het werd in 1657 als Herenlogement ingericht). Het Westindisch Pakhuis (gebouwd in 1641) komt ook nog niet voor op de prent.Van Jean Boisseau (actief tussen 1637-1658) weten we dat hij in 1631 werkte als ?meester verluchter? [dus iemand die handschriften met miniatuurschilderingen verfraaid] en vanaf 1635 als ?afsetter?: ?Enlumineur de cartes marines?/ ?Enlumineur du Roy pour les cartes geographiques ? [kleurder van kaarten dus].Prijs: ?2.950,-.

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        Regni Daniæ accuratissima delineatio.

      1647 1647 - Samtidigt håndkoloreret kobberstik. Amsterdam 1647. 45,3 x 55,8 cm. * Janssonius' sjældne og smukke danmarkskort adskiller sig fra J. W. Blaeus ved at udformningen af Sjælland og Lolland/Falster er væsentlig mere korrekt, dette skyldes at Janssonius havde forbindelse med den danske kartograf Hans Lauremberg, som sandsynligvis har tegnet forlægget. Fyn og Jylland er gengivet efter Mercator med nogle forbedringer. I øverste højre hjørne titelkartouchen med rigsvåbnet og vildmændene. Dekoreret med kompasrose og skibe. Nørlund 61. Makholm 27.

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        [Eight bulbs and eight flowering heads of varieties of grape hyacinths].

      Florilegium., Amsterdam 1647.. Plate 19. Copper engraving. Later colour. In fine condition with good margins. Mounted size: 41.5 x 55.5cm. Size: 21 x 33.5 cm. (8½ x 13 inches) Beautiful print of eight varieties of the muscari family (grape hyacinths), showing the bulbs and flowering heads. The designs are beautifully balanced on the page and the captions elegantly inscribed. Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium was first printed in Frankfurt by Kempner in 1612 -1614. It was originally a sales catalogue for plants and bulbs from Sweert's gardens, to be sold at fairs in Frankfurt and Amsterdam. Sweert was prefect of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II. Engraved by JANSSON, Jan.

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        Matrimonia fausta et infausta divinae providentiae iustitiam ac bonitatem commendantia. Authore Georgio Stengelio Soc. Iesu theologo

      Apud Gregorium Haenlin, 1647. In 16, cm 10 x 16, pp. (16) + 732 + (44). Frontespizio con vignetta all'acquaforte. Timbro di estinta biblioteca. Piena pergamena coeva. Edizione originale rara, opera di questo gesuita tedesco, autore di moltissime opere teologiche e di erudizione. In quest'opera viene analizzata l'ampia casistica matrimoniale: prole, aborto, castita', il matrimonio secondo Calvino e Lutero, le mogli sovente sono croce dei mariti, l'adulterio, il parto e i dolori della partoriente, la vedovanza ecc. Stengel fu un gesuita nativo di Augsberg, dottore e professore di teologia, rettore del collegio di Dilingen, mori' a ingolstadt nel 1651. Fu autore di moltissime opere di genere agiografico, teologico, polemistico ecc. Backer/ Sommervogel VII, 1556. Diz. biog. univer., V, p. 187 LAT

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        Amsterdam - Hugues Picart + Jean Boisseau, 1647.

      UITERST ZELDZAAM PROFIEL VAN AMSTERDAM?Profil de la renommee ville et port demstredam cappitalle des estats de Hollande?. Ets met droge naald gedrukt op 2 bladen, vervaardigd 1647 door Hugues Picart en uitgegeven door Jean Boisseau. Afm.: 24 x 73 cm (afbeelding), 27,5 x 73 (incl. tekst).De gravure komt voor in het Théâtre des Citez, een van de zeldzaamste Franse boeken met stadsgezichten. Hiervoor maakte meester graveur Hugues Picart tussen 1641 en 1648 achtentwintig grote profielen van Europese en Aziatische steden. Vanaf 1648 werden de bladen ook los verkocht.Bij het Amsterdamse stadsarchief ligt een exemplaar met rechtsonder de voorstelling de vermelding ?A Paris chez Jean Boisseau 1647?. Ons exemplaar vermeldt slechts ?A Paris Chez?, conform nr. 42 van A.E. d?Ailly?s ?Repertorium van de profilen der stad Amsterdam? (1953). D?Ailly noemt als vervaadigingsjaar ca. 1630. Het is echter waarschijnlijker dat het hier om een vanaf 1648 los uitgegeven blad gaat.We zien van links naar rechts het bolwerk Rijzenhoofd, de Peperwerf, de Montelbaans-, Zuiderkerks- en Regulierstorens, de Waag op de Nieuwmarkt, ?l?hotel Dieu?(Diaconie Oude Mannen- en Vrouwenhuis, thans Hermitage Amsterdam), de Waalse Kerk, de Scheierstoren, de Oudezijdskapel, de Oude Kerk, de Beurs, de Engelse Kerk, de Vismarkt, de Dam, de Waag op de Dam, het Stadshuis met stompe toren, de St. Jacobskapel, de Nieuwe Kerk, de Roodenpoorts- en Haringpakkerstorens (?lieu ou on encaque le hareng?), de Wester- en Noorderkerk, het Bickerstorentje, de Haarlemmerpoort, de zoutziederijen (?saline ou on blanchit le sel?, tegenwoordig is hier de zoutkeetsgracht) en het Blauwhoofd. Voor de stad de ?Rivierre de lye?met daaran twee tolhuizen en de stadsherberg (?maison publique?). Het Nieuwe Waalseiland (gebouwd in 1644) is nog niet aangegeven, het gebouw op de Herenmarkt is als Westindisch Huis aangeduid (het werd in 1657 als Herenlogement ingericht). Het Westindisch Pakhuis (gebouwd in 1641) komt ook nog niet voor op de prent.Van Jean Boisseau (actief tussen 1637-1658) weten we dat hij in 1631 werkte als ?meester verluchter? [dus iemand die handschriften met miniatuurschilderingen verfraaid] en vanaf 1635 als ?afsetter?: ?Enlumineur de cartes marines?/? ?Enlumineur du Roy pour les cartes geographiques ? [kleurder van kaarten dus].Prijs: ?2.950,-.

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        Cl.

      - Strassburg, Friederici Spoor, 1647. 8:o. Grav. titelblad,+ (14),+ 384, 359-397,+ (120) s. Genomg

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        Gesamtansicht

      - Kupferstich v. Merian, 1647, 9,5 x 32,5

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        THE HISTORIE OF THE CIVILL WARRES OF FRANCE, Written in Italian by H.C. Davila. Translated out of the Original. Complete in 15 books.

      London: Printed by R. Raworth and are to be sold by W. Lee D. Pakeman and G. Bedell in Fleet-street, 1647. [ii], 1-407, [i] blank; [ii], 409-1478 pages. Lacks the license leaf before the title. Title-page with large engraved wreath within which letters "WA" and "CC" signifying the initials of the translators William Aylesbury and Charles Cotterell. Contains a second title-page (dated 1648) preceding page 409, with edges lightly trimmed, where the printer is disclosed as Ruth Raworth and the title reads: THE CONTINUATION AND CONCLUSION OF THE CIVILL WARRES OF FRANCE. First edition in English of a translation of: Historia delle guerre civili di Francia. ESTC R21290; Wing D413. Rainald Knightley, 1st Baron Knightley (October 22, 1819-December 19, 1895), known as Sir Rainald Knightley, 3rd Baronet, copy with an engraved armorial "Knightley Rainald Inveta Fortuna" bookplate affixed to the front pastedown endpaper. Contemporary ownership name of Henry Benson on front endpapers, title pages, and final page of text. The front endpapers are filled with notations in a contemporary hand, most likely by Benson, with notations in the same hand scattered lightly throughout the text. A few pages with marginal tears and or chips, several pages with minor creases, and a tiny strip of minor discoloration to the top edge of the final half of the text which is barely noticeable. An early rebacking has a new leather spine label, and has been expertly rehinged with tinted/colored Japanese tissue; retains the original tooled full-leather boards. First edition in English.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Folio.

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        An Historicall Discourse of the Uniformity of the Government of England. The First Part. From the first Times till the Reigne of Edward the third. TOGETHER WITH : The Continuation of an Historicall Discourse, of the Government of England, Untill the End of the Reigne of Queen Elizabeth. With a Preface, being a Vindication of the ancient way of Parliaments in England. By Nath: Bacon.

      Printed for Mathew Walbancke at Grayes-Inne-Gate. London; Printed for Tho: Roycroft for Matthew Walbanck andHenry Twyford and are to be sold at Grais-Inne-Gate and in Vine Court Middle Temple. First true edition; 1651. 4to 1647 - pp. (xvi), 323, (i) blank, (xi) Table, (i) blank [A1 is an engraved title]; (xxvii), (i) blank, 307, (i) blank, (viii) Table. Eighteenth century panelled calf newly rebacked, the engraved title by W[ILLIAM]. M[ARSHALL]. a little dusty at the margins and with the fore-edge margin slightly chipped, the second title with a few notes in ink and pencil indicating that the author was Selden, and few pencil notes elsewhere, a few leaves in the second part with an old and faint brown mark in the fore-margin and a few other leaves with a brown spot, but overall a very good copy. *ESTC - R8530, this being the first, true, edition, distinguished by the 2-line imprint, the publisher's name, 'Mathew' with one 't', Editor's dedication signed: Nath. Bacon, additional title page (A1r), engraved, "Semper eadem or the uniforme government of England", signed: W.M. sculp:, i.e. William Marshall. A later reprint, 1672, but still dated 1647, may often be confused with this but has the imprint on one line only. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        De monstris et monstrosis, quam mirabilis bonus, et iustus, in mundo administrando, sit deus monstrantibus

      Apud Gregorium Haenlin, Ingolstad 1647 - In 16, cm 10 x 15,5, pp. (16) + 636 + (52). Incisione all'acquaforte al frontespizio. Piena pergamena coeva con restauri alle cerniere e qualche danno al dorso. Piccolo antico timbro al frontespizio e timbro di possesso al retro del frontespizio. Edizione originale rara di questo testo dedicato alle forme mostruose e teratologiche presenti in natura sia in termini fisici che morali. Come causa delle trasformazioni mostruose viene attribuita l'influenza diabolica. Nel primo capitolo sono descritte le forme mostruose presenti in natura sia tra gli animali che nel mondo minerale, vegetale, fossile, le forme teratologiche nate dagli umani, le sirene, i centauri, la fenicie ecc. Tra i casi di mostruosita' viene considerato anche il gigantismo tra gli esseri umani e di come possano essere causa la natura del clima, gli astri ma anche fattori morali, l'ubriachezza, gli atteggiamenti lubrici attraverso i quali il diavolo si

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        THE HISTORIE OF THE CIVILL WARRES OF FRANCE, Written in Italian by H.C. Davila. Translated out of the Original. Complete in 15 books.

      London: Printed by R. Raworth and are to be sold by W. Lee D. Pakeman and G. Bedell in Fleet-street, 1647. [ii], 1-407, [i] blank; [ii], 409-1478 pages. Lacks the license leaf before the title. Title-page with large engraved wreath within which letters "WA" and "CC" signifying the initials of the translators William Aylesbury and Charles Cotterell. Contains a second title-page (dated 1648) preceding page 409, with edges lightly trimmed, where the printer is disclosed as Ruth Raworth and the title reads: THE CONTINUATION AND CONCLUSION OF THE CIVILL WARRES OF FRANCE. First edition in English of a translation of: Historia delle guerre civili di Francia. ESTC R21290; Wing D413. Rainald Knightley, 1st Baron Knightley (October 22, 1819-December 19, 1895), known as Sir Rainald Knightley, 3rd Baronet, copy with an engraved armorial "Knightley Rainald Inveta Fortuna" bookplate affixed to the front pastedown endpaper. Contemporary ownership name of Henry Benson on front endpapers, title pages, and final page of text. The front endpapers are filled with notations in a contemporary hand, most likely by Benson, with notations in the same hand scattered lightly throughout the text. A few pages with marginal tears and or chips, several pages with minor creases, and a tiny strip of minor discoloration to the top edge of the final half of the text which is barely noticeable. An early rebacking has a new leather spine label, and has been expertly rehinged with tinted/colored Japanese tissue; retains the original tooled full-leather boards. First edition in English.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Folio.

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        ISTORIE FIORENTINE DI SCIPIONE AMMIRATO [2 parts in three volumes, complete]. Con l'aggivnte di Scipione Ammirato il Giovane contraseguate suori con, con la Tauola in fine delle cose piu notabili

      Amador Massi Forliuese, Florence 1647 - Three volumes, quarto. Engraved title-page vignettes, headpieces, and initials. Bound in old tree calf, ribbed spines with green and red leather labels, gilt floral borders on boards, marbled endpapers; boards scuffed, very faint foxing, otherwise sound. 12.5" x 8.5" Early history of Florence, Italy, in the Italian language. ["Parte seconda" has imprint: Firenze, Stamperia nuoua d'A. Massi e L. Landi, 1641. "Parte prima" (2v. paged continuously) is 2d edition. First published in 1600. The second volume of Part II is dated at end, 1648. -- from a note in WorldCat.].

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        ANABAPTISM, The True Fountaine of Independency, Brownism, Antinomy, Familisme, and the most of the other Errours, which for the time doe trouble the Church of England, Unsealed. Also the question of pædobaptisme and dipping handled from Scripture...

      London: Printed for M.F. [Miles Flesher] for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brazen serpent in Pauls Church-yard., 1647. [32] pages, followed by 179 pages, followed by [13] pages. The final leaf is instead bound between page [32] and page 1. Rebound circa 1930 in marbled paper-covered boards, which are lightly worn, with new endpapers. An embossed stamp and an ink stamp on the title page, from a non-circulating institutional library. The page edges were trimmed, affecting many of the printed notes in the margins and some page numbers. Except for minor soiling the text is relatively clean and is unmarked. Title conintued "...In a second part of The disswasive from the errors of the time." Sabin 2762: The writings of this author, who was a friend of Roger Williams, contan many interesting particulars nowhere else to be found, respecting the Church of Leyden, and its migration to New England. ESTC R38567; Thomason on Tracts E.369[9]; Wing B452A. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Quarto (4to).

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        Anthropologia physica.

      Johannes Berger 1647 - FIRST EDITION, uniformly very slightly browned, pp. [xxxii], 780, [34, Index plus 2 blank leaves, small 8vo, contemporary vellum over wooden boards, later ink lettering to spine, 19th-century allegorical Swedish bookplate, very good. The very scarce first edition of this teaching manual, in question and answer form. The work is in two books: the first, and longer, one is on the soul, the second on the body. The human counterpart to Sperling's better-known Zoologia physica. Sperling was a student of Sennert's.

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        Biblia, Det er Den gandske Hellige Skriftes Bøgger/

      som Aar 1647 fordansket ere udgangne/ og nu efter Kong Friderich den Fierdes/ Christelige Befalning paa nye med Fliid efter Grund-Texterne nøjere end tilforne/ ere efterseete med Capitlernes tilføjede Summarier/ desligeste med flere den Hellige Skriftes grundige Forklaringer og Parallelis forøgede. 4 bd. Kbhvn.: Kgl. Maj. og Universitets privl. Bogtrykkerie 1719. Med 4 kobberstukne plancher og 1 udfoldeligt kobberstukket kort over Det forjættede Land; første bind med både kobberstukket og bogtrykt titelblad. Let bruneret eksemplar indbundet med helt guldsnit i 4 smukke Joh. Boppenhausen - spejlbind rigt dekoreret med guld på rygge og permer. Bind med lette brugsspor. Bibl. Danica I, 10.

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        Novarum observationum physico-mathematicarum fr. Marinii Mersenni tomus III. quibus accessit Aristarchus Samius de mundi systemate.

      Paris: Antonii Bertier, 1647. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (230x171 mm). [32], 62, [2], 63-235, [3] pp. Woodcut vignette to title, several woodcut diagrams, head-pieces and initials in text. Errata on leaves 2G3v and 2G4r; [2] pp. containing an index to Aristarchus inserted following p. 62. Divisional half-title page "Aristarchii Samii De mundi systemate ... Adiectae sunt AE.P. de Roberual ... notae ... Editio secunda correctior" on leaf õ3r. 18th-c mottled calf with 5 raised bands gilt in compartments (extremities and boards rubbed, corners bumped and chipped, old shelf mark paper label to spine), red-dyed edges. Title page soiled and browned with erased stamp (paper restored) and shelf number A.142.4 in ink, text only mildly toned throughout, small dampstaining to upper corner. A fine copy. ----Brunet III, 1662; Sotheran II, 11782; Honeyman 2217; Sotheby's Macclesfield Cat. V, 1374. - The very rare supplement in first edition to Mersenne's Cogitata physico-mathematica and Universae geometriae mixtaeque mathematicae synopsis, which form vols. 1 and 2 of the series published in 1644. This 3rd volume is a collection of essays concerning mechanics, pneumatics, hydrostatics, navigation, the techniques for establishing weights and measures and an examination of Aristarchus' heliocentric theory. As one of the most fascinating intellectual figures of the seventeenth century, Mersenne is well known for his relationships with many outstanding contemporary scholars as well as for his friendship with Descartes. Moreover, his own contributions to natural philosophy have an interest of their own. Mersenne worked on the main scientific questions debated in his time, such as the law of free fall, the principles of Galileo's mechanics, the law of refraction, the propagation of light, the vacuum problem, the hydrostatic paradox, and the Copernican hypothesis. Mersenne contributed to spread Galileo's writings in France as well as the ideas of thinkers such as Hobbes and Roberval. He dealt with almost every one of the mixed and pure mathematical sciences and first collected a number of treatises on geometry and mixed mathematics in the two editions of his Synopsis (Synopsis Mathematica, 1626; Universae geometriae synopsis, 1644). He composed several treatises on music (Traité de l'harmonie universelle, 1627; Questions harmoniques, 1634; Les preludes de l'harmonie universelle, 1634; Harmonie universelle, 1636; Harmonicorum libri XII, 1648) and optics (De Natura lucis, 1623; Opticae, 1644; L'Optique et la catoptrique, 1651). (Malet and Cozzoli, Mersenne and Mixed Mathematics, 2010, pp.1-8). Whereas the first two volumes of this series are fairly well represented in libraries, this third volume is of considerable rarity. Only one copy of this volume has appeared at auction in the past 30 years (the Macclesfield copy). Very Good.

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        L'usance de Saintonge entre mer et Charente Colligée des anciens manuscrits, illustrée de notes, et confirmée par quantité d'enquestes par turbes et notorietés. Avec deux traités des secondes noces & du droit de réversion. Seconde édition, augmentée de digressions des parages, des affiliations & autres matières communes en la province de Saintonge. Par Me Cosme Bechet, advocat

      à Saintes, par Jean Bichon, 1647, in 4°, de 13ff. 502pp., pl. veau brun époque, dos orné, coiffe inf. lég. usée, qq. mouillures et petite restauration en marge de qq. feuillets. (ex-libris gravé de la famille d'Ailly, sans doute de Jacques d'Ailly marquis d'Annebault 1640-1720) Seconde édition de cette coutume de Saintonge. Cosme Béchet était un juriste et écrivain saintongeais né dans la commune des Mathes, au lieu-dit de la Sablière, vers 1620, il est surtout connu pour « L'usance de Saintonge » qui recense les lois et coutumes de la région. La Saintonge ayant la particularité d'être coupée par la ligne de démarcation de la Charente qui sépare les régions de droit coutumier de celle de droit écrit. Le tiers nord étant de droit coutumier et les deux autres tiers de droit écrit. Ainsi la coutume de St jean d'Angély se rapproche de celle du Poitou, alors que l'usance du sud de la Saintonge jusqu'à la Gironde est différent. ¶ Dupin n°844.

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        Biblia, Det er Den gandske Hellige Skriftes Bøgger/

      1647 1647 - som Aar 1647 fordansket ere udgangne/ og nu efter Kong Friderich den Fierdes/ Christelige Befalning paa nye med Fliid efter Grund-Texterne nøjere end tilforne/ ere efterseete med Capitlernes tilføjede Summarier/ desligeste med flere den Hellige Skriftes grundige Forklaringer og Parallelis forøgede. 4 bd. Kbhvn.: Kgl. Maj. og Universitets privl. Bogtrykkerie 1719. Med 4 kobberstukne plancher og 1 udfoldeligt kobberstukket kort over Det forjættede Land; første bind med både kobberstukket og bogtrykt titelblad. Let bruneret eksemplar indbundet med helt guldsnit i 4 smukke Joh. Boppenhausen - spejlbind rigt dekoreret med guld på rygge og permer. Bind med lette brugsspor. * Bibl. Danica I, 10.

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        Historia della disunione del Regno di Portogallo dalla Corona di Castiglia. Con l'aggionta di molte cose notabili dal molto Rdo. P. Aestro mFr ferdinando Helevo. Con l'Apendice di una Scrittura d'un Ministro di Spagna.

      - Amsterdam, Nicolau van Ravesteyn, 1647, 16 x 10,5 cm., pergamino a la romana, 4 h. + 796 págs. + 10 h. - (Sigue, al fin de la obra:) Manifesto Per la partenza de Ministri Apostolici dall Corte di Portogallo. 44 págs. PORTUGAL

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        The historie of the holy warre; by Thomas Fuller, B.D. prebendarie of Sarum, late of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge; [bound with] The Holy State [and the Profane State]

      Cambridge printed by Roger Daniel, and are to be sold by John Williams at the signe of the Crown in Pauls Church-yard 1647 / 1648 Small Folio: [16], 286, [28, chronological table and index]pp, with additional engraved title page depicting the crusades and folding map of Palestine; [8],189 [124 mis-numbered 104], 200-394,435-510 (pagination is irregular, per ESTC Citation No. R6571, but text is continuous), with additional engraved title-page and 20 engraved portraits. The Profane State has separate title page, dated 1642. Contemporary full calf boards paneled in gilt, spine rebacked in period style with red morocco lettering piece gilt, marbled edges and end papers. A Fine copy, tightly bound, pages fresh and bright, with excellent impressions of the plates; minor marginal staining to first few leaves, repairs to explanatory leaf opposite first frontispiece. Pforzheimer 390 and 92 (for first editions). Lowndes 847 (citing this edition of The Holy State as "best"). Wither to Prior 386 and 387. Wing F2438 and F2444. Allibone, p. 643. Fine The Holy War is the third edition, with re-engraved title page (Pforzheimer). The Holy State is the second edition, enlarged. Based on Fuller's extensive reading in medieval sources, The Holy War is the first modern history of the crusades in English. In his judgment, the Papacy, in waging them, had spent European lives and wealth for nothing more than a faraway plot of land and a few relics. The Holy State and The Profane State, Fuller's celebrated studies in virtue and vice?"the most popular and characteristic of all his books" (ODNB)?provides rule of conduct, offering as exemplars a rich collection of model characters, along with short biographies of historical figures from Queen Elizabeth and Sir Francis Drake to St. Augustine and Joan of Arc. Allibone calls it, "Perhaps . . . the best of his works; and certainly [it] displays to better advantage than any his original and vigorous powers of thinking." Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Syntagma anatomicum. Locis plurimis auctum, emendatum, novisque iconibus diligenter exornatum.

      Padua: P. Frambotti, 1647. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (250 x 195 mm). [16], 274, [14] pp, including additional engraved title page depicting the anatomical theater at Padua, and 24 engraved copperplates (one outside pagination). Contemporary half tanned leather (extremities worn, corners of boards heavily scuffed), paper shelf label to spine. Internally only very little browned, faded dampstain to gutter of a few leaves. Extensive ink marginalia in a neat early hand throughout. Provenance: D.G.Seidel (signature on title-page); Library of the Count of Solms-Wildenfels (armorial bookplate inscribed "Comes de Solms" to front pastedown). Internally a fine, crisp copy. ----NLM/Krivatsy 12328; Waller 9931; Osler 4166; Choulant-Frank p.243; Roberts & Tomlinson, p.236-239. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION (after the octavo first edition of 1641) with plates by Giovanni Georgi. Remarkably, the first edition was not illustrated, reflecting the reality that it was still possible to sell books on anatomy at this time without reference to images. Notably, the copperplates in this first illustrated edition bear little or no relationship to the powerfully influential woodcuts of Vesalius' Fabrica. In spite of its aesthetic limitations, Vesling's book found a ready market, and was reissued numerous times and translated into the main European languages including English. The plates were "intended for the commonest needs but are mostly original engravings and represent some organs of the human body more correctly than their predecessors. They were very popular at the time of their appearance and have been frequently re-engraved" (Choulant-Frank, p.243). This true first edition is scarcer than previosuly assumed, as most copies belong to a generally unsuspected counterfeit edition printed by the atlas publisher Johannes Janssonius of Amersterdam (F. Oyens, Jan Janssen as counterfeiter and pirate, Quaerendo vol. IX, 1979, p.351). In December 1632, Johann Wesling (1598-1649) was appointed professor of anatomy and surgery at Padua University. In 1638, he was appointed to the chair of botany, and left the chair of surgery but retained the chair of anatomy. Wesling was born in Minden, Westphalia. His Catholic family had probably left Vienna to escape religious persecution. (A. Porzionato et al., The Anatomical School of Padua. The Anatomical Record, Vol. 295, no. 6, 2012, p.908). Very Good.

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        Epigrammatum. Editio Postrema, correctissima, & posthumis quibusdam adaucta.

      Amsterdam: Elzevier, 1647. 18mo (9,6 x 5,2 cm). (4), 212 pp. Full calf, covers with gilt filets, board edges with gilt-decorated elements, spine with 3 gilt fleurons, green morocco gilt-lettered label and 3 raised bands. With engraved title page and engraved portrait as frontispiece. John Owen [c.1560 - 1622] was a Welsh Latin poet. He was a headmaster of Henry VIII's school at Warwick for some years but then moved to London and became a professional poet. Altogether, he published 10 books of epigrams. His epigrams became almost overnight very popular throughout Europe. Dutch and German publishers were the first to gather the different books together into a single, unified publication. Because of his perfect mastery of the Latin language, his epigrams earned him an enduring reputation as the "British Martial", after the Roman poet Marcus Valerius Martialis. This is an interesting and unique copy. There are probably at least four editions of this 1647-Elzevier-edition. Willems states that there are three and our copy is certainly not mentioned by him. This edition also not in the Elsevier Heritage Collection. This is the third of the four Louis Elzevier-1647-editions that are mentioned by the STCN; curiously however, the portrait in our copy is not mentioned there by the STCN, as is also conform the collation-formula of that copy. The engraved title page, unsigned and as frontispiece an engraved portrait of Owen, also unsigned. With a headpiece and an endpiece. Fine antiquarian condition. Small damage to upper spine compartment, name on first flyleaf, otherwise fine. A charming, very small, miniature Elzevier-edition, vey nice binding, excellent copy of a rare edition. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Watercolour of a wallflower and a double hyacinth, with inchworm moths, larvae and pupae].[Amsterdam, ca. 1700]. Watercolour drawing (38 x 29 cm) on extremely fine white parchment, said to be uterine lamb, showing a wallflower and a double hyacinth with two inchworm moths in the air (2 different species) and two inchworms and two pupae on the leaves and flowers. Framed.

      - Reitsma, Maria Sibylla Merian & dochters, ill. 110 (p. 147; a nearly identical drawing of the same wallflower specimen with 1 butterfly); Wettengl, Maria Sibylla Merian 1647-1717, kunstenares en natuuronderzoekster, no. 120 (ill. 44 on p. 85; a similar watercolour including the same wallflower specimen, with no insects). Characteristic original watercolour botanical drawing by Johanna Helena Herolt (1668-post 1721), the eldest daughter of Maria Sibylla Merian and Johann Andreas Graff. It shows a wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) and double hyacinth (Hyacinthus orientalis) with two inchworm moths (Geometriae) in the air, two inchworms and two pupae. She probably drew it in Amsterdam around 1700. Though she still remains in the shadow of her mother, she was a fine flower and insect artist in her own right and there is growing appreciation of her work. Her watercolours, more baroque than her mother's and often with brighter colours, radiate vigour and vivacity: the flowers, painted with intensity in every detail, really come to life. Reitsma, p. 135, notes that the prices for the flower watercolours increased with the number of insects, so the present watercolour must have been unusually expensive. Most of Herolt's work is numbered and the present watercolour is numbered "145"[?] on the back. The published catalogues rarely note the numbers, but we understand the highest number known is 164.Characteristic watercolour in fine state of preservation, with certificate of authenticity from Dr. S. Segal, Amsterdam. Herolt herself may have revised the upper part of the hyacinth.

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        Fundamenta medica sive de alcali et acidi effectibus per modum fermentionis & effervescentiæ. Acedit . Pharmocopaea .Amsterdam, Cornelis Blankaart, 1688. With: (2) BLANKAART, Steven. Praxeos medicæ idea nova.Amsterdam, Jan Claesz. ten Hoorn, 1685. With the engraved arms of the dedicatee Abraham Johannes Kuffler and 6 engraved illustration plates showing 10 numbered figures.(3) VIGANI, Giovanni Francesco. Medulla chymiæ, variis experimentis aucta, multisq; figuris illustrata."London", [= northern Germany?], "Henry Faithorne & John Kersey" [printer and publisher unknown], 1685. With 3 numbered engraved folding plates, with 6, 6 and 3 figures. 3 works in 1 volume. 8vo. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum.

      - Ad 1: STCN (6 copies); Wellcome II, p. 201; ad 2: Krivatsy 1325; STCN (2 copies); ad 3: ESTC R227433? (2 copies); Ferguson , Bib. chem. II, p. 510. Three rare editions in one volume, two by Cartesian physicians on medicine and pharmacology, the third on practical chemistry, also with medical applications:Ad 1: First edition of a general introduction to medicine and pharmacology by the Dutch Cartesian physician Cornelis Bontekoe (1647-1685). It reflects the modern scientific method that had made Bontekoe a controversial figure, beginning with matters of chemistry before moving on to medicines derived from minerals, animals and plants, then discussing various ailments. Part 2 comprises a 58-page pharmacopoeia.Ad 2: First edition of a Latin adaptation of a Dutch handbook of practical medicine by the Dutch Cartesian physician, chemist, pharmacologist and entomologist Steven Blankaart (1650-1704). It discusses a wide variety of ailments and their treatment, giving recipes for medicines. Blankaart was an early user of Van Leeuwenhoek's new microscopes, and the blood vessels shown in one of the plates may have been based on microscopic views. Ad 3: Rare third edition of a Latin treatise on practical chemistry by Giovanni Francesco Vigani (ca. 1650-1712) from Verona, who apparently had no university education but was to become professor of Chemistry at Cambridge in 1703.With an early owner's name at the head of the title-page struck through and another written below it by the medical writer Jacob(us) l'Hommart (1666/67-post 1702). All three works somewhat browned, but otherwise in good condition, ad 2 with a small marginal tear in 1 leaf and the foot of the margin of the outer 2 bifolia of its last quire cut 1 to 6 mm short. The binding good. Rare editions spreading what were then considered radical ideas concerning medicine.

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        ISTORIE FIORENTINE DI SCIPIONE AMMIRATO [2 parts in three volumes, complete]. Con l'aggivnte di Scipione Ammirato il Giovane contraseguate suori con, con la Tauola in fine delle cose piu notabili....

      Florence: Amador Massi Forliuese, 1641-1647. Three volumes, quarto. Engraved title-page vignettes, headpieces, and initials. Bound in old tree calf, ribbed spines with green and red leather labels, gilt floral borders on boards, marbled endpapers; boards scuffed, very faint foxing, otherwise sound. 12.5" x 8.5" Early history of Florence, Italy, in the Italian language. ["Parte seconda" has imprint: Firenze, Stamperia nuoua d'A. Massi e L. Landi, 1641. "Parte prima" (2v. paged continuously) is 2d edition. First published in 1600. The second volume of Part II is dated at end, 1648. -- from a note in WorldCat.]. Very Good....

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        Vestibulum novissimum lingua Latina rerum & linguae cardines exhibens; sed nunc ab Henrico Schoof Belgicè redditum, . . . Dat is, . . . Jongste portael van de Latijnsche tale vertonende de gronden der dinghen ende spraeck; maer nu van H.S. in 't Nederduytsch vertaelt, . . . Amsterdam, Zacharias Webber [printed by Tymon Houthaeck?], 1651. 12mo. With the Latin on the versos and the Dutch translations on the facing rectos. Contemporary vellum.

      - Bibliography of the Works of J. A. Comenius: www.lib.cas.cz/kvo/bibliografie-komensky/index-en.html (3 copies); WorldCat (2 of the same 3 copies); this ed. not in Picarta; STCN; cf. ESTC R224086 ("1647" [=1657] English ed.). Fourth known copy of the first edition of Hendrik Schoof's Latin and Dutch adaptation of Comenius's Janua linguarum, an extremely influential version, aimed at a broader public, that served as the basis for the "1647" [=1657] Latin and English edition. No copy is known in any Dutch library. This revolutionary method for learning Latin contained 1000 sentences that attempted to present the basic Latin vocabulary in the context of its use, rather than teaching rules of grammar and memorizing lists of words. Schoof's Latin and Dutch edition is based on this revised version of the simplified text. Instead of 1000 numbered sentences it contains 500 numbered groups of related words, usually opening with the most general word, followed by more specific words. Schoof's present edition served as the model for Joseph Brookbank's Latin and English edition, published in 1657 ("1647"on title-page). Since the book was intended for beginners, often people with relatively little education, most editions were small and inexpensive and have become extremely rare. With two owner's inscriptions on title-page and a Latin poem(?) on an end leaf. With minor soiling and foxing, but still in good condition. The binding is soiled and rubbed, but remains structurally sound. An important and extremely rare Comenius edition intended for a popular audience.

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        Le vite de' piu eccellenti pittori, scultori et architetti. Di Giorgio Vasari pittore, & architetto aretino. Parte prima, e seconda [- Parte terza primo volume - Parte terza secondo volume]. In questa nuova edizione diligentemente riviste, ricorrette accresciute d'alcuni ritratti, & arricchite di postille nel margine [.].

      - In Bologna, presso gli heredi di Evangelista Dozza, 1647, voll. 3, in-4, leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia, pp. [20], 76, 432 - 543, [1] - [44], 407, [133]. Con tre antiporte incise in rame (si tratta della stessa incisione posta in principio a ciascun volume, in due casi compresa nella fascicolatura, nel primo volume della parte terza fuori fascicolatura: l'antip. reca in calce: "Io. Ang. Caninius inventor et del. Rom., C. Bloemaert sculp. Romae"); inoltre decine di ritratti in xilografia all'inizio delle vite. Edizione ricercata: rispetto a quella del 1568 è ampliata del commento del Manolessi e di alcuni ritratti. In questo caso si tratta della variante che presenta l'antiporta a ciascun volume (molti esemplari ne sono corredati solo al primo). Ex-libris marchesi Corsi. Una mancanza alla pergamena sul dorso del primo volume (si vede il cartone sottostante). Qualche brunitura, uno strappo riparato in antico a una carta del primo volume, 5 carte del primo volume con margine interno bianco (ben lontano dal testo) mangiato da tarlo e quindi allentate dalla legatura, una circoscritta piccola macchia d'inchiostro a carta Lll4 del secondo volume. Senz'altro bell'esemplare, genuino in ogni sua parte. Schlosser, p. 252. Graesse, VI, 264. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gabrielis Naudaei... [Pentas] Quaestionum iatro-philologicarum

      [4] feuillets, 322-[4] pages Genevae, Apud Samuelem Chouët, 1647, in-8, [4] feuillets, 322-[4] pages, vélin souple de l'époque, dos recouvert au XVIIIe siècle de veau brun fleuronné portant une pièce de titre rouge, Première édition collective de ces travaux médicaux de Naudé, publiés à l'origine séparément dans les années 1630, sous forme de quaestiones : I. An magnum homini a venenis periculum ? II. An vita hominum hodie quam olim breuior ? III. An matutina studia vespertinis salubriora ? IV. An liceat medico fallere aegrotum ? V. De fato et fatali vitae termino ; La cinquième question se rapporte à la controverse philosophique qui opposa Naudé au médecin hollandais Jan Beverwijk au sujet de la détermination du moment de la mort. Gabriel Naudé (1600-1653) fut l'ami de Guy Patin (1601-1672), qu'il rencontra au cours de ses études de médecine. Il fut le bibliothécaire du cardinal de Richelieu, puis de Mazarin. Cet exemplaire aurait été donné par l'auteur à son ancien propriétaire, comme l'atteste l' "Ex dono auctoris" manuscrit au titre. Par ailleurs, il provient de la bibliothèque du chirurgien Sauveur-François Morand (1697-1773), avec son étiquette ex-libris, et de celle de l'aliéniste Jules Falret (1824-1902), fils du célèbre alinéniste Jean-Pierre Falret ; Jules Falret fut de même un très bon médecin, réputé. Il dirigea, à la suite de son père l'asile de Vanves, avec son cachet ex-libris. Un autre ex-dono sur la garde blanche, daté de 1788. Reliure médiocre. Galerie de ver angulaire sans atteinte au texte. Wellcome IV, p. 215. Krivatsy 17th, 8272.

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        Scherzi e givochi diversi de putti

      12 gravures à l'eau-forte (Rome), (1647), , 12 gravures à l'eau-forte [11,5 x 15,7 cm à la cuvette], montées par 6 sous passe-partout, Suite complète des 12 estampes gravées à l'eau-forte marquées du monogramme de Giacinto Gimignani (1606-1681), numérotées 1 à 12 (frontispice compris), de la série des Scherzi e givochi diversi de putti (Enfants engagés dans divers jeux et activités plaisantes). 1. Frontispice représentant des putti soutenant l'écu aux armes du pape Léon X et le cartouche portant le titre - 2 à 12. Putti s'adonnant à diverses activités ludiques : colin-maillart, la main chaude, le moulinet, des culbutes, etc. Giacinto Gimignani fut élève de Poussin et de Pierre de Cortone. Sa suite des jeux de l'enfance s'inscrit dans le goût de l'époque pour les danses d'enfants et autres bacchanales de putti. Jacques Stella fera graver sa célèbre suite des Jeux et plaisirs de l'enfance quelques années après celle de Gimignani (1657).

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        BIBLIA En Lengua ESPANOLA, [BIBLIA DE FERRARA, 1647]

      - Traduzida palabra por palabra de la verdad Hebrayca, por muy excelentes letrados. Vista y examinad a per el officio de la Inquisicion. Con Privilegio del Illustrissimo Señor Duque de Ferrara. En Amsterdam. Impressesadorie de Gillis Ioost, en el Nieuwe-straet, 5606 [aliás 1647], [data errada, e corrigida para 5416, na era cristã de 1655]. [Colofón: «FINIS: a loor y gloria del Dio fue reformada. A 15. de Sebath, 5390 [na era cristã de 1630]. In folio [36x22,5 cm] com [20], 605 pags. [o primeiro fólio não numerado em branco pretence à edição e encontra-se presente]. Encadernação da época inteira de pele sobre pranchas de madeira de casquinha; gravadas com ferros rolados a seco em esquadrias concêntricas de motivos florais. Corte das folhas carminado. A lombada com nervos apresentando os cantos e as coifas danificados e as charneiras cansadas. As pastas pouco solidas em relação à lombada. A encadernação deve ser restaurada ou seja consolidada. Obra adornada com magnifico frontispício gravado ilustrado com cenas biblicas assinado por Cornelius Muller. Esta edição da Bíblia de Ferrara encontra-se impressa em caracteres romanos dispostos em duas colunas. Exemplar com asinaturas de posse da época manuscritas nas folhas de guarda apresentando tambem Menorás e as suas medidas sagradas. O exemplar apresenta vestígios d e humidade e alguma acidez propria do papel com mais incidencia nos primeiros e nos últimos fólios. As folhas das guardas anteriores encontram-se coladas às pastas por efeito da humidade. Quarta edição da Bíblia de Ferrara publicada em Amesterdão em 1646. Não são conhecidos exemplares desta edição na BNP. O frontispício é uma bela gravura de Cornelius Muller, contendo representações de Adão e Eva no Jardim do Éden; a sua expulsão do Paraíso; as figuras de Moisés e Aron, etc. No reverso da folha de rosto encontra-se o Prefácio da edição de 1553, seguido do ordenamento da Haphtorah, uma Tabela da Ordem dos Livros, Capítulos, etc., e o Catálogo de Juízes, etc., tal com na primeira edição desta bíblia. Depois do Catálogo dos Juízes existe uma tabela da divisão da Bíblia em Paraschae, de acordo com os Hebreus. Na folha de rosto existe uma alteração manuscrita na data, originalmente tipografada 5606; um erro inusitado visto tratar-se da era cristã de 1846. Notar que este ano de 5606 é uma data assumida na antiguidade para a cronologia da redenção dos judeus. Trata-se de uma reedição feita a partir da terceira edição impressa 1630 da Bíblia de Ferrara, ambas revistas e corrigidas por Manasseh ben Israel. As traduções da terceira e da quarta edição da Biblia de Ferrara são atribuidas ao famoso tipografo português e professor da comunidade hebraica portuguesa de Amesterdão Menasseh Ben Israel. No entanto, tipograficamente, estas edições são muito diferentes, principalmente pelo facto da terceira edição de 1630 apresentar uma folha de rosto simples (que é idêntica à da edição de 1611, ilustrada ao centro com a Arca da Aliança) e a quarta edição de 1647 ser adornada com um magnifico frontispicio gravado ilustrado com cenas biblicas da autoria de Cornelius Muller. A famosa Biblia de Ferrara ou Biblia dos Sefarditas (judeus de origem ibérica) foi traduzida de Hebraico para Ladino (dialecto do castelhano utilizado pelos sefarditas) e impressa em Ferrara no ano de 1553 pelo famoso impressor português Abrão Usque (de nome cristão Duarte Pinhel) irmão de Samuel Usque (autor da obra Consolação ás Tribulações de Israel) à custa de Yom Tob Atias (de nome cristão Geronimo de Vargas Hespanhol). A publicação das várias edições foi um trabalho realizado por judeus (cristãos-novos conversos de primeira geração) de origem portuguesa e castelhana, que ao serem expulsos da Peninsula Ibérica pela Inquisição, estabeleceram-se primeiro em Itália e depois na Holanda, aqui já fora do jugo da Inquisição. Na impressão da primeira edição desta obra, que saiu com licença da Inquisição, utilizaram-se belos caractéres góticos. A referida 1ª edição consta de dua

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        Unterricht vom Schmertz-machendem Scharbock.

      Leipzig Andreas Kühn 1647 - EA; 17x11 cm; Kupfertitel, (54) 421 (recte 433) (30) Seiten; neuer Pbd im Stil der Zeit mit handgeschr. Rückenschild (möglicherweise fehlt ein typographische Titel [war nie eingebunden], allerdings sind alle Angaben zum Buch auf dem Kupfertitel vorhanden; gutes, nahezu fleckenloses Exemplar) Behandelt die Vitaminmangelkrankheit Skorbut. 0,000 gr. Medizin [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Carta a Don Miguel Batista de La Nuza, del Consejo de su Magestad, y su secretario en el Supremo Consejo de Aragón. Refiriérese en ella la enfermedad, y muerte del Sereníssimo señor don Baltasar Carlos de Austria, Príncipe de las Españas. Escrivíala el Doctor Iuan Francisco Andrés

      - Madrid, Alonso de Paredes, 1647, 29 x 21 cm., dos hojas a dos columnas. (No hemos localizado ningún ejemplar de esta edición en ninguna biblioteca española aunque en la Biblioteca Nacional se conservan varios ejemplares con mismo título pero sin datos de impresor y sin fecha, en 19 págs., igual al citado por Palau; además también hay, al parecer, otro ejemplar impreso en Valencia por Bernardo Nogués en la Biblioteca del Colegio-Seminario de Corpus Christi de Valencia).

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        Der Baeyerische Max, Oder so genannter Europaeischer Geschicht-Roman, Auf das 1691. Jahr In welchem in einer Liebes- und Helden-Geschichte die denkwürdigste Wunder-Begebnüsse / Kriegs- und Politische Staats-Sachen / Glück- und Unglücks- auch hohe Todes-Fälle / Hoch-Fürstl. Beylager / Schlachten / Belager- und Eroberungen / ingleichem was sonsten in diesem Jahr in Europa Notables sich zugetragen / neben mehr andern sehr Curiosen und Leß-würdigen Materien / nach Weise der bißherigen Geschicht-Romanen / beschrieben werden. Tle. 1 u. 2 [v. 4].

      1 Bl. (Widm. in Rot- u. Schwarzdr.), Titelbl. (in Rot- u. Schwarzdr.), 8 Bl. (Zuschrifft, Vorbericht u. Anrede), 378 S., 6 Bl. (Register), Nebentit., 344 S., 6 Bl. (Reg.), 1 Bl. (Anweis. f. den Buchbinder). Mit 1 Portr. (Wolf Philipp Kilian sc.) u. 4 Illustr. auf num. Taf. in Kupferstich (unsign.) sowie mit einigen wenigen Zierleisten u. Vign. in Holzschnitt. Schlichter Pergamentbd. d. Zt. m. (unvollständig erhaltener) Rückenbeshriftung v. alter Hd. Einbd. altersbedingt angestaubt u. berieben an den Unterkanten etw. abgewetzt Fehlstellen an beiden Kapitalen fachmmänisch ergänzt Schließen fehlen vollständig ersten 2 Bll. m. Ausbesserungen im Papier Titelei etw. abgegriffen etwa ersten 140 Ss. braunfl. durch den kräftigen Druck, sind zahlreiche Seiten auf dem gegenüberliegendem Bll. abgeklatscht (ohne erheblicher Beeinträchtigung der Lesbarkeit). Holzm./Boh. III, 4027 Goed. III, 192, 38, 14 Kosch VII, 314 f. ADB X, 551 f. Hayn/Got. III, 82 sowie VD17, 12:125349Y (1. Tl.) u. 12:125353K (2. Tl. Irrig werden hier 3 Kupfertaf. pro Tl. angeführt). HAPPEL Eberhard Werner Guerner (1647-1690) Schriftsteller, Polyhistor u. Historiker. Der Sohn eines lutherisch reformierten Pfarrers studierte ab 1663 Mathematik, Medizin und später auch Jura in Marburg. Seit 1668 lebte er in Magdeburg, Harburg u. zuletzt in Hamburg, wo er seine schriftstellerische Tätigkeit aufnahm. Einem einjährigen Aufenthalt in Kiel, folgte 1674-79 eine Anstellung in Holstein. Danach kehrte er nach Hamburg zurück und lebte dort als Lehrer und Schriftsteller, bis er ebenda im Alter von 42 Jahren verstarb. Er schrieb umfangreiche höfisch-galante Geschichtsromane und gilt als einer der großen Romanschriftsteller des späten 17. Jahrhunderts. Goed. schreibt dazu wenig schmeichelhaft: "Seine Romane waren ihrer Zeit ebenso beliebt, wie die Luise Mühlbach in neuerer Zeit und ebenso wertlos wie diese." Daneben trat er als Übersetzer des Valerius Maximus und Autor historischer Werke, insbesondere der "Relationes curiosae", hervor. Vorliegender Roman erschien posthum. In der nicht unterzeichneten Vorrede wird H. nicht ausdrücklich als tot bezeichnet, doch deutlich gesagt, daß in seiner Manier fortgeschrieben sei. Es erschienen dann noch 2 weitere Werke unter seinem Namenschiffre im gleichen Verlag. Es fehlt eine in den Anweisungen für den Buchbinder angeführte Tabelle. Das Porträt zeigt den bayrischen Kurfürsten Maximilian II. Emanuel, der der Widmungsträger des vorliegenden Werkes ist.

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        Manuale Architecturae Militaris. Dritter Theil: Von Geschütz desselben proportion und gebrauch (Titelblatt). Zweites Blatt: Handelt vom Großen Geschütz/ wie nicht allein dasselbe nach heutiger Newen Kriegs-Manier proportionierlich auf zu theilen u

      11 Kupfertafeln). Franckfurt/ bey Th. M. Götzen,, Mit gestoch. Titelblatt und 10 (v 1647 - auf zu reissen/ sondern auch/ wie solches in u. außerhalb Vestungen zu gebrauchen und an zu ordnen/beneben denen darzu nothwendigen Regeln und dieser gantzen Kunst vornehmbsten Haupt-Puncten. Kl.-8vo ( 8 x 9,5 cm). Ledereinband d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Monogramm und gepr. Erscheinungsjahr. Ganzgoldschnitt. 7 unn. Bl., 127 S. Kanten etwas bestoßen; die ersten 5 Bl. gering wasserrandig; Vorderer Innendeckel mit handschriftl. Vermerk. Erste Ausgabe dieser seltenen Schrift. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Principes de cosmographie. Tirés d'un manuscrit de Viette, & traduits en François. Corrigées & augmentées.

      1647 - Très rare ouvrage d'astronomie rédigé au XVIe siècle par François Viète, le précurseur de l'algèbre et le tuteur de Catherine de Parthenay. Exemplaire très pur dans son vélin souple de l'époque. Rouen, Jean Behourt, 1647.In-12 de (8) pp., 172. Relié en plein vélin souple de l'époque, dos lisse, petits calculs manuscrits anciennement annotés à la plume sur les plats. Pâle mouillure dans l'angle inférieur. 146 x 77 mm. / A very rare astronomical work written in the 16th century by François Viète, the precursor of algebra and guardian of Catherine de Parthenay. A very pure copy in its contemporary limp vellum. Rouen, Jean Behourt, 1647.12 mo [146 x 77 mm], (8) pp., 172. Bound in contemporary limp vellum, flat spine, old handwritten calculations on covers. Light waterstain in the lower corner. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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