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        Fleta, Seu Commentarius Juris Anglicani sic nuncupatus, sub Edwardo Rege primo seu circa annos abhinc CCCXL . . . Accedit Tractatulus vetus . . . Fet Assavoir . . . Subjungitur etiam Joannis Seldeni ad Fletam Dissertatio Historica [etc.]. Wing F1290A

      London: Typis M.F. Prostant apud Guil. Lee, & Dan. Pakeman [etc.], 1647. Modern straight-grained morocco, marbled endpapers and pastedowns, lightly rubbed, some staining and marginal tears, else a good copy The best early edition of Fleta, one of the few substantial medieval English legal treatises, written in the late 13th century, and surviving it but a single manuscript; with Selden's masterly dissertation "loaded . . . with his remarkable erudition

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        Copia della lettera scritta dal Re di Tunisi et inviata a Mamet suo figlio adesso chiamato D. Filippo con la risposta di detto suo figliuolo. Titolo della lettera: Voglia Dio riceua questa lettera in Palermo mio figlio MAOMET, che va traviando dal dritto Camino. (In fine:) Copia d?una lettera che D. Filippo Prencipe di Tunisi scrisse à suo Padre in risposta d?un?altra che da quello ricevè.

      In Palermo e ristampata in Roma, per Lodovico Grignani, 1647. In 4to (cm. 20,5); ritratto del re di Tunisi in xilografia al frontespizio; pp. (8). Axs

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        Anglia Rediviva; or, ENGLANDS RECOVERY

      London. 1647. 1st edition. hb. Tall 4to, Professionally re-cased with new spine and endpapers. Original boards. Contents occasionally foxed, but o/w in vg condition. . Joshua Sprigge (1618-1684) was educated at Oxford University. He became rector of the Church of St. Pancras before the outbreak of the English Civil War in 1642, at which time he became a retainer of Sir Thomas Fairfax (1612-1671), the general of the parliamentary army. After the war, he became a Fellow of All Saints College, Oxford, and appears to have opposed the execution of King Charles I. The title to this book continues" "Being the History of the Motions, Actions, and Successes of the Army under the Immediate Conduct of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, Kt. Captain-General Of all the Parliament's Forces IN ENGLAND." "Compiled for the Publique good by Joshua Sprigge, M.A." "Printed by R.W. for John Partridge, and are to be sold at the Parot in Pauls Church-yard, and the Cock in Ludgate-streete. 1647." Pagination: [full page engraved armorial crest of Fare Fac (Fairfax)], [large folding engraving of Fairfax mounted showing placement of Parliamentary troops on battlefield], [title page], [blank], [ii-iv "Epistle Dedicatory"], [blank], [vi-viii "An Apologie"], [blank] [x-xiv "To All True English-Men"], [blank], [xvi-xix "The State of the Kingdome, when His Excellencie Sir Tho. Fairfax marched forth, May. 1645. Exhibited in Two Tables."], [blank], [errata page], pp. 1-335, [i-iv Table of Contents]. Note: Between pp. 334/335 is a large folding "Table of the Motion and Action of the Army under the Command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, from April 15, 1645. To August 19, 1646." Note: the Streeter map of the placement of troops is not present in this copy. .

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        Rosetum Parnassium, sive poemata varia. Stuttgart, J. G. Zubrodt 1674. Kl. 8°. 6 Bll., 149 S., 1 Bl.- Angeb.: Ders., Chiliadis epigrammatum, pars altera. Stuttgart, J. G. Zubrodt 1680. 92 S.- Angeb.: Ders., Renovatio & propagatio Roseti Parnassii. Stuttgart, J. G. Zubrodt 1678. 3 Bll., 122 S.- Angeb.: Ders., Lyrica miscellanea. Stuttgart, J. G. Zubrodt 1680. 39 (recte 57) S.- Angeb.: Ders., Roseti Parnassii, ampliatio. Stuttgart, J. G. Zubrodt 1675. 40 S.- Angeb.: Ders., Nomen super omne nomen, sive Jubilus S. Bernhardi, de nomine Jesu. (Ohne Ort u. Verlag, ca. 1675). 62 S. - Angeb.: Owen John, Epigrammatum. Editio postrema correctissima posthumis quibusdam adaucta & instructa Gemino Indice. Addita sunt in fine exercitia memoriae poetica .

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        Puglia Capitanata Olim Mesapiae et Japigyae

      Teatrum dei Blaeu 1647 - Acquaforte originale del '600WILLEM BLAEU ( GUILIELMUS BLAEU ) incisoreCAPITANATA ,OLIM MESAPIAE ET JAPIGYAE PARS AMSTERDAM TEATRUM ORBIS TERRARUM SIVE ATLAS NOVUS ANNO 1647 battuta cm 380 x cm 490 con ampi marginiTratta dall'atlante geografico del Teatrum dei Blaeu. Nella parte inferiore del campo inciso, sotto l'immagine allegorica della Capitanata e la cicogna con la serpe nel becco, la scritta "CAPITANATA OLIM MESSAPIAE ET JAPIGYAE PARS ", la parte terza del Teatrum dei Blaeu contiene una carta generale d'Italia, riduzione della Italia nuova Maginiana del 1608 e tutte le carte regionali del 1620 senza alcun cambiamento nè di ordine nè di contenuto. Acquisizione anno 1993, Libreria Vocale San Severo £. 1.000.000 Vedi l'Italia del Cremonini Pag. 54 n. 51. Lingua: |

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        An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England - [the first part & second parts complete]

      London : Printed for Matthew Walbanke 1647 - Physical desc.: 2 volumes bound in 1. [12], 323 p. 307 p. [13] p. ; 20 cm. Note: COPAC and other related entries refer to an author's signature: his name in manuscript does appear in this copy but we presume that the printer added this, following their noticing that the author's name did not appear on title page post print. Anonymous by John Selden, edited by Nathaniel Bacon. In this edition, printer's name and address in two lines. B1r has row of type ornaments at head; C1r has woodcut ornament; the 'D' of D1 is under the 'n' of 'and'. Wing mistakenly identifies the state with imprint word "Walbanke" as the 1672 reprint. Part 2 titled 'The continuation of an historical discourse of the government of England, until the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth'. (1651). ESTC citation no.: R483640. Subject: Constitutional history - Great Britain. Minor worming with text largely unaffected. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the gilt-blocked original label laid back. Remains a particularly well-preserved example; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTORICALL DISCOURSE Of The UNIFORMITY Of The GOVERNMENT Of ENGLAND. The First Part. From the First Times till the Reigne of Edward the Third.

      Printed for Mathew Walbancke at Grayes-Inne-Gate,, London: 1647 - Engraved title page. Signed 'W. M.', i.e., William Marshall. Diagram, "The Government of Kings of England", p. 308. Headpiece. Decorative initial capital letters. Bound with Bacon's 1651 CONTINUATION (Wing B348), TavBooks ID #36802. Price is for both works. Binding - Fine. Text block - Very Good (period pos to top margin of both title pages). Modern brown full calf binding, executed in a period style with the boards stamped in blind with an arabesque device. 4to: A - 2X^4. 7-5/8" x 5-3/4". 1st edition (ESTC R8530; Wing B348B), with t.p. imprint on two lines. [16], 323, [13] pp. Title page in state two [i.e., "Mathew"], no priority established. Printed glosses. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        L?Alcoran de Mahomet. Translaté d?Arabe en François, par Le Sieur du Ryer, Sieur de la Garde Malezair

      Paris, Chez Antoine de Sommaville, au Palais dans la Salle des Merciers, à l?Ecu de France, 1647 Quarto, contemporary French mottled calf, a little worn, spine with five raised bands richly gilt in compartments and label lettered in gilt, head and tail of spine worn, covers with triple gilt fillets and an inner panel of triple gilt fillets embellished at the corners with fleurions in the contemporary 17th century syle à la Duseuil, title with engraved woodcut, pp,(10), 648, (4), with the errata leaf, dedication and privilege, woodcut initials, old faint water stain in the upper outer margin, an attractive copy.RARE FIRST FRENCH TRANSLATION OF THE QUR?AN AND THE FIRST COMPLETE TRANSLATION TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE VERNACULAR by André du Ryer. It inspired the later translations into English of 1649, Dutch of 1658, German 1703 and Russian 1776. André Du Ryer was French vice-consul in Egypt from 1623 to 1626, and both adviser and interpreter to the French ambassador in Istanbul and ambassador extraordinary of the sultan to France in the early 1630s. He assembled a fine collection of Turkish, Persian, and Arabic manuscripts most of which are now in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France.See: Hamilton & Richard, André du Ryer and Oriental Studies in 17th century France. OUP 2004

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        Sweet Bean

      - Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717) Watercolor transfer print Paper size: 20” x 14” 31” x 24” framed This spectacular examples of Maria Sibylla Merian’s work are from one of a very few transfer-print watercolor volumes known to exist. Merian herself prepared the volume. After an uncolored print was made, she applied dampened paper to it, pressing by hand to create an image of the print in reverse. In this volume she chose to block out the plate numbers and then add by hand, to some images, numbers and notations. Merian then painstakingly watercolored the dried paper herself, ensuring that the colors were true to the specimens she had seen in South America, and also allowing her style to emerge with greatest clarity. The volume was not meant for sale, and its intended purpose cannot be known with any certainty. Perhaps it was created as a gift for a wealthy and important patron, perhaps Merian meant to keep it herself. What can be stated without a doubt is that these splendid images represent a unique opportunity to acquire original works by an artist who broke barriers as a woman, as a scientist and artist, and whose accomplishments are no less impressive today than they were in her time.

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        Lantern fly

      - Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717) Watercolor transfer print from Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium Amsterdam: 1705 Each with paper size: 20” x 14” 31” x 24” framed with museum quality period style gold leaf frame with all archival mounting and uv plexiglass This spectacular examples of Maria Sibylla Merian’s work are from one of a very few transfer-print watercolor volumes known to exist. Merian herself prepared the volume. After an uncolored print was made, she applied dampened paper to it, pressing by hand to create an image of the print in reverse. In this volume she chose to block out the plate numbers and then add by hand, to some images, numbers and notations. Merian then painstakingly watercolored the dried paper herself, ensuring that the colors were true to the specimens she had seen in South America, and also allowing her style to emerge with greatest clarity. The volume was not meant for sale, and its intended purpose cannot be known with any certainty. Perhaps it was created as a gift for a wealthy and important patron, perhaps Merian meant to keep it herself. What can be stated without a doubt is that these splendid images represent a unique opportunity to acquire original works by an artist who broke barriers as a woman, as a scientist and artist, and whose accomplishments are no less impressive today than they were in her time.

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        The Cotton Plant

      - Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717) Watercolor transfer print Paper size: 20” x 14” 31” x 24” framed This spectacular examples of Maria Sibylla Merian’s work are from one of a very few transfer-print watercolor volumes known to exist. Merian herself prepared the volume. After an uncolored print was made, she applied dampened paper to it, pressing by hand to create an image of the print in reverse. In this volume she chose to block out the plate numbers and then add by hand, to some images, numbers and notations. Merian then painstakingly watercolored the dried paper herself, ensuring that the colors were true to the specimens she had seen in South America, and also allowing her style to emerge with greatest clarity. The volume was not meant for sale, and its intended purpose cannot be known with any certainty. Perhaps it was created as a gift for a wealthy and important patron, perhaps Merian meant to keep it herself. What can be stated without a doubt is that these splendid images represent a unique opportunity to acquire original works by an artist who broke barriers as a woman, as a scientist and artist, and whose accomplishments are no less impressive today than they were in her time.

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        The Guava

      - Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717) Watercolor transfer print from Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium Amsterdam: 1705 Each with paper size: 20” x 14” 31” x 24” framed with museum quality period style gold leaf frame with all archival mounting and uv plexiglass This spectacular examples of Maria Sibylla Merian’s work are from one of a very few transfer-print watercolor volumes known to exist. Merian herself prepared the volume. After an uncolored print was made, she applied dampened paper to it, pressing by hand to create an image of the print in reverse. In this volume she chose to block out the plate numbers and then add by hand, to some images, numbers and notations. Merian then painstakingly watercolored the dried paper herself, ensuring that the colors were true to the specimens she had seen in South America, and also allowing her style to emerge with greatest clarity. The volume was not meant for sale, and its intended purpose cannot be known with any certainty. Perhaps it was created as a gift for a wealthy and important patron, perhaps Merian meant to keep it herself. What can be stated without a doubt is that these splendid images represent a unique opportunity to acquire original works by an artist who broke barriers as a woman, as a scientist and artist, and whose accomplishments are no less impressive today than they were in her time.

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        De Vita et Moribus Epicuri Libri Octo

      Woodcut printer's device on title & one engraved plate with a port. of Epicurus. 4 leaves, 5-236, [18] pp. 4to, cont. French sheep (head & foot of spine neatly repaired, several signatures lightly browned), single gilt fillet round sides, spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Lyons: G. Barbier, 1647. First edition of an important book; this life of Epicurus, which emphasized his philosophy of physics, was the foundation of Gassendi's Epicurean atomism. His atomic theory was applied to chemistry by Boyle and adopted by Newton in his new mechanical philosophy. "Before Galileo and Descartes had succeeded in combining mathematics with mechanics, the chief refuge of hard-headed opponents of scholastic verbalism and Renaissance Platonism was the tradition of Greek atomism...Its chief representative during the period of Cartesian domination was Gassendi, who stands both as the climax of Epicurean atomism of the Renaissance in its accommodation to a mathematical science of nature, and as the first of the explorers of the implications of that science for the traditional empirical philosophy of knowledge. Gassendi is thus with Hobbes one of the fathers of 'scientific' empiricism...Gassendi indeed fancied himself the creator of the great rival scientific system to that of Descartes, the system founded on sound experience. History has reserved that distinction for Hobbes; yet it probable that Gassendi contributed far more to the actual advance of scientific ideas than his more consistent and gifted British fellow-worker."­J.H. Randall, The Career of Philosophy, Vol. I, pp. 521-23. Fine unpressed copy. Bookplate of René Escande de Messières. Partington, II, pp. 458-66. .

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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]

      printed by Roger Daniel, and are to be sold by John Williams at the signe of the Crown in Pauls Church-yard 1647 / 1648, Cambridge - 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. 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        XL QUESTIONS CONCERNING The SOULE. Propounded by Dr. Balthasar Walter [Walther]. And Answered by Jacob Behmen. Aliˆs Teutonicus Philosophus. And in his Answer to the First Question is the Turned EYE, or Philsophick GLOBE. (Which in it selfe containeth all Mysteries) with an Exposition of it. Written in the Germane Language. Anno. 1620. [bound with] The CLAVIS Or KEY. Or, An Exposition of Some Principall Matters, and Words in the Writings of Jacob Behmen. Very Usefull for the Better Apprehending, and Understanding of this Booke. Written in the Germane Language, in March, and Aprill, Anno. 1624.

      Printed by M. S. for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corne-hill., London: 1647 - Inserted table & plate (imperfect, lacking 'folded' left side [approx. 1 - 1.5"]). Bohme a German philosophical mystic who had a profound influence on such later intellectual movements as idealism and Romanticism. Born of poor parents in Goerlitz Germany, as a boy he tended cattle, later becoming a shoemaker, marrying & fathering 4 children. Boehme, at the robust age of 37 in 1612, wrote his first treatise Aurora, oder Die Morgenroete in Aufgang. In 1613, an unauthorized copy of the manuscript was copied and circulated by Karl von Ender. Its reception "raised him out of his homely sphere, and made him the centre of a local circle of liberal thinkers, considerably above him in station and culture." However, the local pastor primarius of Gorlitz, Gregorius Richter, leveled a charge of heresy. The local muncipal council administered an admonishment to no further "meddle in such matters." This charge Boehme [publicly] followed for 5 years. In 1618 Boehme again started writing expository & polemical treatises. The majority of his works were written, though not formally published, from 1619 - 1624. A second major work, Der Weg zu Christo, was published in 1624, and signaled a renewal of clerical hostility. Boehem, however, was destined to suffer but a short period of this second persecution; he died of an illness on 17 November 1624. Boehme has been said to have a "fertility of ideas" and a "trasncendent greatness of religious insight." Boehme was studied by Sir Isaac Newton and influenced the work Henry More, as well as [and especially] William Law [1686 - 1761].Xl Questions concerning the Soule was translated by the English mystic John Sparrow, in collaboration with John Ellstone, & financed by Humphrey Blunden. This the first of several works by Boehme that Sparrow & Ellstone were to translate into English between 1644 - 1662. Boehme proved to be highly popular in England, where there were regular societies of Behmenists at the time. This work, XL Questions, went into a second edition in 1648, and a third edition in 1665. [11th EB].A scarce title in the Boehme canon. We find no copies currently offered via the major on-line databases, OCLC records but 4 institional cc, and the work has only appeared at auction 3 times in the last 25+ years, the last in 1989. An overall VG copy (text paper beginning to brown @ edges, with some associated chipping/repaired hole to lower right quarter of E2 [affects last few words of two lines on p 25 and first few words of four lines on page 26]/occasional po marginal pencil annotation a/o check mark). Period full leather with modern rebacking to style. Red morocco title label in second spine compartment. Modern eps. 4to: ¢4 (-¢1, a half-title?) (a)2 a3 B1 A4 (-A1) C - 2B4 2C2. 1st Edition, variant issue (Wing B-3408A. Another issue of the same year has the printer's name "Matth. Simmons. in the yeare 1647"). [18], 155, [7], 28, [4] pp. Separate t.p. for "Clavis". Last 4 pp: 2 pp 'Catalogue of Bookes' [viz. bibliographical list] by Behmen, 1 pp of "Faults Escaped in Printing" & a blank. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chronica da Companhia de Iesu, 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 ?. Primeira [& Segunda] Parte.

      Lisbon, Paulo Craesbeeck, 1645-1647 @1645. - Title-pages in red and black with double-rule border enclosing typographical ornament; main text in 2 columns with double rule between columns and surrounding each page; woodcut initials and head- and tail-pieces. Engraved title, (12 ll.), 709 pp. [actually 711, with pp. 663-4 repeated; Nn of 4 leaves, Fff and Kkk of 8 leaves rather than 6; Mmm1 misbound before Nnn1; p. 673 misnumbered 674]; engraved title, (8 ll.), 904 pp. [actually 908, with 2 extra leaves following p. 232, as described in Borba de Moraes; Vvv and Eeee of 4 leaves rather than 6]. 2 volumes. Folio (29.3 x 20.4 cm.), nineteenth-century mottled calf (minor wear; hinges weak), spines gilt. Scattered browning; small marginal wormhole in 200-odd pages of volume II, not affecting text. Overall fine. Engraved armorial bookplate in each volume of J.[osé] C.[aetano] Mazziotti Salema Garção (1886-1961) of Porto, noted collector and wolfram magnate, and with his small blindstamp on each title-page and engraved frontispiece. 2 volumes. ---- FIRST EDITION of a work that is extremely rare with both engraved title pages and the two extra leaves following p. 232 in volume II - all of which are present in this copy. The Robinson / Phillipps copy, sold at Sotheby's in June 1986, lacked the engraved title page in volume II.Telles' work is an important source for the history of the early Jesuit missions (up to the 1550s), particularly in Brazil and India. On Brazil, see Book 3, chs. 1-13, Book 4, chs. 7-12 and Book 5, chs. 6-13 and 52; on India, Book 1, chs. 10-12, Book 2, chs. 4 and 48-51, Book 6, chs. 10-13, 35-39 and 61. There is also significant material on the Congo (Book 2, ch. 27 and Book 5, ch. 5), Angola (Book 6, chs. 26-31), Ethiopia (Book 6, chs. 2-9 and 40-43), and brief references to Sierra Leone and S. Thomé (Book 6, ch. 31).The text refers to the work of P. Melchior Nunes Barreto in China and Japan in 1551 in Book 3, ch. 27 (I, 546-49), and also mentions P. Melchior's good friend St. Francis Xavier.Balthazar Telles taught rhetoric, philsophy, and theology at Braga, Évora, Lisbon and Coimbra.---- Borba de Moraes (1983) II, 852: "This work is a classic for the information it gives about the first Jesuits in Brazil, and is very rare"; calling for the title-page plus 12 leaves at the beginning of volume I and title-page plus 8 leaves at the beginning of volume II, aside from the engraved title-pages: apparently in error, since descriptions of actual copies and the description in Innocêncio call for the same collation as this copy. Arouca T33-4. Innocêncio I, 328. Barbosa Machado I, 458. Pinto de Mattos (1970) pp. 599-600. JCB @Portuguese and Brazilian Books 645/4. Palha 2516. Xavier da Cunha, Impressões Deslandesianas, p. 452. Azevedo-Samodães 3337. Ameal 2377. Not in Alden & Landis. Not in Bosch. On the bookplate, see Avelar Duarte, @Ex-libris portugueses heráldicos 750. NUC: DLC, WU, DCU-IA, NN. OCLC: 46877654. WorldCat adds Boston College, the Newberry Library, St. Louis University, and Cambridge University. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Continuation and Conclusion of the Civill Warres of France

      Printed by Ruth Raworth for W. Lee, D. Pakeman, and G. Bedell 1647 - Thick folio. First Edition in English. 2 Parts in 1. [4], 1-407, [1]; [408], 409 -1478 pages.Full leather binding, early calf. Front board splitting along joints. Interior near fine. Engraved title. The book covers the French civil wars between 1560 and 1598.References: Wing D413; abpc 78. Provenance: Bookplates of Milton, Peterborough; and Earl Fitzwilliam, with armorial crest. From the estate of former US Ambassador to Ireland, William H.G. FitzGerald. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire de la vie de messire Philippes de Mornay sieigneur du Plessis Marly etc. Contenant outre la relation de plusieurs evenemens notables en l'Estat, en l'Eglise, és cours, et és armées, divers advis politiqs, ecclesiastiqs et militaires sur beaucoup de mouvemens importans de l'Europe, soubs Henry III, Henry IV & Louys XIII.

      Leyde Bonaventure & Abraham Elsevier 1647 - In-4, 6 ff., 732 pp., 2 ff., 1 f. d'errata. Reliure plein vélin postérieure, dos à nerfs, tite manuscrit au dos.(marge restaurée aux deux premiers feuilets, déchirure dans la marge des quatre suivants). Édition originale. Willems 619. Cette biographie de Duplessis-Mornay (1549-1623) dressée sur un journal de Charlotte Arbalestre sa femme, depuis 1549 jusqu'en 1606, et continuée jusqu'en 1623 par David de Licques, a été publiée avec un épistre de Valentin Conrart. Premiere et unique edition de cet important recueil, la source principale sur la vie et l'action de Duplessis-Mornay. "Pape des Huguenots", homme d'Etat, gouverneur de Saumur de 1589 à 1621, alors capitale du protestantisme, personnalité de premier plan. Son temoignage est de premier ordre pour l'histoire des guerres civiles et religieuses de la fin du seizieme siecle. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Virginia Item et Floridae

      Amsterdam 1647 - Henrici Hondius (1597-1651) Virginia Item et Floridae Amsterdam: 1647 Hand-colored copperplate engraving Beautiful original color Areas of minor discoloration along bottom edge of paper (outside of plate mark) 28 1/2" x 32" framed Virginiae Item et Floridae by Henricus Hondius was published in Amsterdam in 1647. This map is a beautifully detailed, hand-colored copperplate engraving of Virginia and Florida with accompanying Latin text. The map and its’ publisher Henricus Hondius both have wonderful histories. Hondius, the younger son of famed map publisher Jodocus Hondius, was born in 1597. Like his father, Henricus was a cartographer and engraver. Jodocus’s great contributions to world of cartography included publishing an updated Meractor’s Atlas, working with John Speed and others. Henricus, following his father’s death in 1612, established his own branch of the family business in 1621. He published an edition of Mercator’s-Hondius Atlas in 1641. Virginiae Item et Floridae was added to the 1647 addition of the Atlas. This map is a derivative from a series of other maps that had been elaborated on over time. Hondius’s information was received via the early maps of John Smith, an early colonist who sailed from England to Jamestown, Virginia in 1607. Given instructions to find gold, silver, and the quickest route to the Pacific, the only task Smith accomplished was to create a detailed, geographical cartography of the Chesapeake Bay Area. Smith’s interaction with the Native American tribes, particularly the Powhatan and the Susquehanna, meant that he could include the indigenous names for rivers, inlets and places on his map. Smith published early versions of the map in 1606, but it wasn’t until 1612 that his pamphlet, A Map of Virginia With a Description of the Contrey, reached a wide audience outside of England. Smith’s map continued to remain the most influential for other cartographers until the end of the seventeenth century. Hondius’s map is a copy cut from his brother, Jodocus, and cartographer William Blaeu’s plates from 1629. The cartography of Florida is derived from the work of Jacques Le Moyne. Hondius’s map is the fifth derivative from Smith’s. His attention to detail is excellent. The large, cartouche not only clear states what the map is depicting but also has two arms that show early indigenous settlements. The settlement on the left is in Florida and the one on the right is in Virginia. The content of map is rather sparse for inland areas, but the coastal areas are clearly labeled. A few rivers reach inland. The mountains are clearly illustrated. Other such embellishments include two deer and a lovely turkey. From Virginia, the land extends into Florida (Note that the coastline of the states of South and North Carolina and Georgia are greatly shortened.) where areas are labeled and outlined in pink and green. The sea is depicted in light blue, and where a few ships sail so do several sea creatures. The lower corner of this map includes a smaller cartouche labeling coordinates and a compass with rhumb lines. The only figures on the map are depictions of Native Americans; four are at sea in canoes, while two larger figures grace the top of Florida. Dressed in traditional costume, they stand on top an elaborate Latin inscription. Not all the place names are written in Latin, some retain their original Native American spelling. Since this map is derived from a compilation of sources not all the information is correct. Next to the two standing figures is a large lake that flows to the Atlantic and is labeled R de May. While the River May is clearly depicted and is topographically accurate it does not flow from or into a great lake. Hondius’s map is a wonderful assimilation of various aspects of cartographic history making it a delightful addition to one’s collection. Similar versions and copies grace the collections of the New York Public Library, Yale, John Carter Brown, Duke and Harvard University.

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        Remarques sur la langue francoise utiles a ceux qui veulent bien parler et bien escrire.

      Paris, Veuve Jean Camusat et Pierre Le Petit, 1647.. Petit in-4, pleine basane marbree de l'epoque, dos a nerfs orne de caissons richement dores aux petits fers, tranches rouges (pet. accrocs aux coif.), (2) f. de page de titre et planche allegorique gravee par F. Chauveau, (26) f., 593 p., (1) p. d'avertissement, (11) f. de table, vignettes et culs-de-lampe graves. Edition originale. L'oeuvre capitale de Vaugelas qui fixait l'usage du francais pour l'"honnete homme" dans la societe de cour. L'autorite sur les ecrivains et la societe lettree de celui que Boileau appelait "le plus sage de nos ecrivains" fut considerable, et tout le XVIIe siecle s'appliqua a "parler Vaugelas", selon l'expression de Moliere. Ce "veritable statisticien du langage" (Sainte-Beuve, 'Nouveaux lundis'), qui fut en son temps "l'organe le plus accredite du meilleur et du plus pur parler de la France", mourut pauvre et insolvable ; ses creanciers saisirent, dans l'espoir d'en tirer un benefice, les notes qu'il avait prises pour ses 'Remarques' et pour le 'Dictionnaire'. A la suite d'un proces, Conrart put en faire restituer une partie a l'Academie francaise. ('En Francais dans le Texte', n° 93. Tchemerzine-Scheler, V, 948). Quelques aureoles, quelques cahiers brunis. Exemplaire de Jean-Armand Tronchin (1732-1813), avec ex-libris grave par Choffard (date de 1779). Il fut notamment ministre de la Republique de Geneve a Paris de 1785 a 1792, puis accredite aupres du roi d'Angleterre. Ami de Necker, il l'accompagna en Suisse lors de son renvoi en 1790. Bon exemplaire, tres bien relie a l'epoque..

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        Topographia Westphaliae. Das ist Beschreibung der Vornembsten und bekantisten Stätte und Plätz, im Hochlöbl: Westphälischen Craiße. (Frankfurt/M.), Merian, (1647). Fol. Mit gest. Titel, 1 doppelblattgr. Karte und 50 (34 doppelblattgr.) Kupfertafeln mit 86 Ansichten. S. 3-94, 3 Bll. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband d. Zt., 2 Schließen; Vorderdeckel fleckig u. etw. aufgebogen.

      . . Schuchhard 49A. - Erste Ausgabe. Vorzügliche, kräftige Drucke auf besserem Papier. Tadellos sauber. Enthält Ansichten von Aachen, Arnsberg, Bückeburg, Coesfeld, Delmenhorst, Detmold, Dortmund, Dorsten, Düren, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Emmerich, Essen, Hamm, Münster, Osnabrück, Paderborn, Soest, Unna, Warburg, Werden, Wesel u.a. - Durchgehend ganz gering gebräunt. Titel mit Stempel und Eintrag am unteren weißen Rand, die Ansicht von Lüttich mit kleinen Flecken bzw. Verklebungen. Die Karte am unteren Rand links fast bis zum Plattenrand beschnitten und geringfügig ausgefranst. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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        Siegburg / Nordrhein Westfalen Sygburg

      1647. Motivmass: 10,4x32,7 Blattmass: 16,2x35,7 Kupferstich aus: Topographia Westfaliae Schwarzweiß.

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        The Historie of the Civill Warres of France. Written in Italian. Translated Out of the Original

      London: R. Raworth, 1647 [and] Printed by Ruth Raworth, and sold by Thomas Heath, 1648. 2 vols. in one, as often, folio. (8),407,(1); (2),(409)-1478pp. With the license leaf after the title. Attractive engraved device on title. Old calf rather worn, backstrip richly gilt, red morocco label, upper hinge cracked but holding. The first edition in English of the well respected history which first appeared in Venice in 1630. ESTC notes: Ã’A translation of Historia delle guerre civili di Francia by Charles Cotterell and William Aylesbury.Ó ESTC R21290. Wing D 413.

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        PROTOTYPES, OR THE PRIMARIE PRECEDENT PRESIDENTS OUT OF THE BOOKE OF GENESIS.

      London, G M. for I. S. I. C. and part of the impression to be vented for the use and benefit of Edw. Minsheu Gent.,1647.Shewing the Good and Bad Things they did and had practically applyed to our Information and Reformation. Published by those who were appointed by the Authour to peruse his manuscripts, and printed by his own coppy. SECOND EDITION 1647 (first published in 1640). Small folio in sixes, approximately 290 x 190 mm, 11¼ x 7¼ inches, engraved portrait frontispiece, narrow decorative border to title page, woodcut head and tailpieces and decorated initials, pages: [28], 267, [1], 182, [2], 36, [24] - index, bound in full contemporary calf, blind ruled covers, raised bands and gilt lettered morocco label to spine, all edges red. Old leather repair to head and tail of spine, head now slightly chipped, hinges starting to crack at top, cords just showing on hinges, corners slightly worn, inner paper hinges cracked, slight crease across frontispiece, tiny hole in two pages with loss of 2 letters, contents clean and bright. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. William Whately (1583 - 1639) was a Church of England clergyman and a noted puritan preacher. He was educated at Christ's College Cambridge and then studied for the ministry at Oxford. He was instituted in 1610 on the King's presentation as vicar of Banbury, where he was held in high esteem and was called "The roaring boy of Banbury". He was chiefly known for 2 works on marriage which attracted the opposition of the established church. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Isle et Royaume de Sicile.

      1647 - Paris, 1647. Original outline colour. 385 x 565mm. A French map of Sicly, engraved by A.B de la Plaets. PASTOUREAU: Sanson V 81.

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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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        MINDEN/ Weser: Gesamtansicht; um 1647, Kupferstich, 10x32 cm

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        Minden / Nordrhein Westfalen Minden

      1647. Motivmass: 9,6x31,4 Blattmass: 17,0x35,2 Kupferstich aus: Topographia Westfaliae Schwarzweiß.

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        Staffordiensis Comitatus; vulgo Stafford Shire.

      1647 - Amsterdam, 1647, Latin text edition. Original colour. 410 x 505mm. Some spotting in margins. A fine map of Staffordshire, with elaborate cartouches for the title and scale, Royal crests and armorials. An early example, first published two years earlier. KOEMAN: Bl 44.

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        Profil de la Ville de Bruxelles Siege et Residance des Ducs de Brabant.

      1647 - Paris, c.1647. Two sheets conjoined as issued, total 285 x 710mm. Original prospect of Brussels published in the rare French album of city views, the 'Théâtre des Citez'.

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        Gemmarum et Lapidum Historia. . . . Tertia editio longe purgatissima. Including : LAET, Johannes de. De Gemmis et Lapidibus libri duo. Quibus præmittitur Theophrasti liber De Lapidibus Græce & Latine cum brevibus annotationibus.Leiden, Johannes Maire, 1647. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. With publisher's device on both title-pages, about 100 woodcut illustrations in the text (some nearly full-page). 17th-century overlapping vellum.

      Breugelmans, Maire 1647:5A; Sinkankas 778-781 & 3747; Ward 253 & 1307; DSB II, pp. 292-293; cf. Krivatsy 1539-1542 (other eds. of ad 1). Third and best edition of Boodt's finely illustrated manual on gems and precious stones, a "celebrated encyclopedic work, by far the most thorough and complete up to date, . . . distinguished by its intimate knowledge of the art of the lapidary . . ." (Sinkankas). Boodt first published his work in 1609, adding new information in the subsequent editions, making the present third and last edition the most desirable. It is bound, like most copies, with De Laet's classic lapidary. Divided into two books, it treats transparent and semi-transparent gemstones in the first book and the more ordinary stones in the second. It includes Theophrastus's Peri Lithon, in the original Greek, interspersed with the Latin translation. The present first edition of De Laet's classic work on gems was clearly designed to accompany Boodt's. Together they remained the most important source about Renaissance gem cutting, the carving of precious stones, jewelry making, colouring, forgery and trade in precious stones. With early owner's name of Danish bookcollector Luxdorph on the flyleaf and early 20th-century stamp on title-page. With one tear repaired in the text, one marginal chip, and minor foxing, but still a very good copy. By far the best edition of the best early works on gemology and the cutting of gems and precious stones, beautifully and extensively illustrated.

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        'Monasteriensis Episcopatus. Amstelodami, Apud Ioannem Ianßonium.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1647, 37 x 48,5. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 2330:1. - Zeigt das Bistum Münster mit dem Gebiet Oldenburg, Hunteburg (Dümmersee), Werne, Bocholt, Coevorden. - Im Zentrum Münster und Lingen. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Meilenzeigerkartusche. - Unten rechts Verlegeradresse. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kst.- Karte, v. A. de la Plaes n. N. Sanson b. Mariette, "Haute Lombardie et pays circomvoisins ou sont les Etatas de Savoye, Piemont, Milan, Genes, Monferrat &c .. 1647".

      . dat. 1647, 42 x 55,5. Pastoureau, Sanson V E; Unten rechts der Titel. Die Karte zeigt Nordwestitalien, die südliche Schweiz und Savoyen.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. L. Huilier n. N. Sanson b. Mariette, "Estats du Duc de Savoye au dela des Alpes, et vers l'Italie, qui passent communemt sons le nom de Piemont, ou sont ... Auost .. 1665".

      . dat. 1647, 53,5 x 42,7 (H). Pastoureau, Sanson V E. - Oben rechts die Titelkartusche. Die Karte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen dem Wallis und dem Mittelmeer. Piemont und Val de Aosta im Mittelpunkt der Karte.

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        Virginiæ partis australis, et Floridæ partis orientalis, interjacecentiumq. regionum Nova Descriptio.

      1647 - Amsterdam, 1640, Latin text. Original colour. 390 x 505mm. Minor marginal repairs well outside the printed area. Virginia, the Carolinas, Georgia and northern Florida, with the English and French Royal Arms marking their areas of influence. Although much of the information dates back to Le Moyne (1565) and White (1590) Blaeu has reshaped the coastline and added a few new details, for example Jamestown and the Irish colony at Newport News on Chesapeake Bay. It has been claimed that to the left of the French armorial is a depiction of Niagra Falls, based on Indian hearsay and so well out of place. CUMMING: The South-East in Early Maps 41 - 'the most correct map of this area yet to appear'; KOEMAN: Bl 22.

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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); EA;. Behandelt die Vitaminmangelkrankheit Skorbut.

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        1.Sesamoides magnu Cordi flo Virid. Color 2. Heleborusniger.flo.albo. 3. Calceolus Marieflo. flavo 3. Helebor niger feruleceus flo Luteo. Plate 1.

      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. A beautiful print of four species of flower: Two varieties of hellebore, yellow ladies slipper, and one other. 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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        Fünffter Theil/ Etzlicher warhafftiger / wunderlicher vnd sehr hoher nachdenklicher Visionen,. (Visionen 1-93).

      gedruckt bey Christian Gutfreund, 1647.. 3. Auflage, 8°. 19,8 x 16,0 cm. (4),176 Seiten, Nachbindung in künstlich gealtertem Pappband, Hardcover in Pappband,. In gutem Zustand. moderner Pappband mit neuen Vorsätzen, Pappband und Vorsätze künstlich gealtert, der Buchblock durchgängig etwas gebräunt, auch in den Rändern, mit wenigen Marginalien, ein Blatt im Format überstehend und deshalb gefaltet, Buch in gutem Zustand, - sehr seltener Druck, ein Exemplar in Wolfenbüttel. weiter im Titel: Oder Engelischen Gesichter und Göttlichen Offenbarungen Georgii Reichardi, Darinnen zu befinden der offene Aug-Apffel von zwölfferley schönen Regeln/ so wol auch das Hohe-oder Newe Lied Persiae/ welche mehrentheils die Reichs-See-Händel- vnd Hansee-Städte angehen. Absonderlich aber die gute Stadt Hamburg/ Lübeck/ Bremen/ Embden/ Cölln/ Rostock/Braunschweig/ Lüneburg/ Magdeburg/ Berlin und andere nahe angrenzende Städte mehr/ der Marck Brandenburg. Item die guten alten Nieder-Sächsischen Städte/ nemblich Hameln/ Hanover/Hildeßheim/ Goslar/ Wolffenbüttel/Heimstade/Zelle.... - Reichard: Georg R., Visionär, Chiliast und Phantast des 17. Jahrhunderts, geboren ca. 1600 in der Bergstadt Altenberg in Kursachsen, die Seite 81 mit Zwischentitel.

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