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        Descriptio Regni Iaponiae

      apud Ludovicum Elzevirum,, Amstelodami, 1649 - Due parti in un volume di cm. 11,7, pp. (48) 267 (1); (8) 320. Bel frontespizio figurato ed una tabella ripiegata fuori testo. Solida legatura strettamente coeva in pergamena rigida con unghie. Titoli manoscritti al dorso. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. La seconda parte possiede stessi dati tipografici ed autonomo frontespizio: Tractatus In quo agitur. De Iaponiorum religione. De Christianae religionis introductione in ea loca. De ejusdem exstirpatione. Si tratta dell'edizione originale a proposito della quale Willems così si esprime: "Cette description du Japon est, sinon la dernière des Républiques, comme on l'a dit par erreur, du moins la dernière de celles qu'ont publiées les Elzevier. Varenius déclare l'avoir composée pour se délasser de ses travaux mathématiques, et il ajoute que presque toutes les nations "omnes fere respublicas" ont été l'objet d'un semblable travail"; Cordier Japonica 367-368. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        De wonderen der goddelyke liefde. Uyt het françoysch vertaelt door I.S.

      Wed. I. Knobbaert,, Antwerp, 1649 - [14]-286-[2] pp. Dutch translation of this devotional booklet. Illustrated with 6 full-page engr. plates. Printed in gothic. Woodcut title-vign. Ms date on title. Armorial bookplate. Ref. STCV (4). Not in BCNI, Opac KBR. 1 volumes. Contemp. overlapping vellum (sl. soiled), ink title flat spine, red edges, (engr. title lacking, minor spotting).

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        Opera historica omnia. Burgundica, Austriaca, Belgica: De rebus a Principibus Burgundis atque Austriacis, qui Belgis imperarunt, pace belloque praeclare gestis. Insertus est eiusdem de Vetustate et Nobilitate Familiae Habspurgicae et Austriacae liber singularis. Accessereque De Veterum ac sui saeculi Belgio libri duo; aliaque. Nunc primum simul edita ( ). 3 Teile in 1 Band

      Lovanii (Louvain / Löwen), Ludocus Coppenius 1649 - Erste Ausgabe. Brunet VI, 24 970. - Standardwerk zur Geschichte Belgiens und der Niederlande. - Pontus Heuter (1535-1602) aus Delft stammend, war ein katholischer Royalist. Wichtiges Werk zur Genealogie von Habsburg, enthält auch ein Glossar mittelalterlicher deutscher Namen. - Etwas gebräunt, sonst sauber, Einband berieben und Rückengelenk etwas rissig 8 Bll., 263 S.; 16 Bll., 454; 147 Seiten; mit genealogischen Tabellen u. 1 gefalt. Tafel Leder der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les passions de l'ame

      Amsterdam: Elzevier, 1649. <p>Mind-Body Duality</p><p>Descartes, René (1596-1650). Les passions de l&#146;âme. 8vo. [48], 286, [2, blank]pp. Paris: Henry le Gras, 1649. 157 x 92 mm. Vellum ca. 1649, spine a bit darkened. Fine copy, preserved in a cloth drop-back box.</p><p>First Edition, Paris Issue. Descartes&#146; final work, which drew heavily on the then-unpublished Traité de l&#146;homme, contains the application of his mechanistic physiology to the relationship between mind and body. Descartes made an essential distinction between the soul as the divinely-endowed seat of consciousness, will and rational thought, and the body as a machine or automaton subject to the laws of physics, and only indirectly controlled by the soul through the nerves. Using this dualistic model, he was able to make the important distinction between voluntary and involuntary actions. Descartes located the soul in the pineal gland, which thus served as the locus for interaction between soul and body; he had defined the pineal gland&#146;s function in the Traité, but Les passions de l&#146;âme contains his first published account of it. The work also contains the first use of the word &#147;reflex&#148; in connection with the action of the nervous system. &#147;Cartesian dualism . . . gave great impetus to the development of psychology in its own right&#148; (Hunter & Macalpine, p. 133).</p><p>The first edition of Les passions de l&#146;âme was divided between Louis Elzevier in Amsterdam and Henry le Gras in Paris. There is no priority between the two versions; both are equally rare. Garrison-Morton 4965. Guibert, Bibliographie des oeuvres de René Descartes, pp. 150-151. Norman 626. </p>

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        Marseille.

      Frankfurt c1649 - Size:325 x 370 mm. Good condition. minor discolouration to centrefold. Copperplate engraving. This a lovely, well engraved and delicate view of the southern French port of Marseille by the accomplished Swiss engraver and publisher, Matthaus Merian. He became extremely well known for his engravings of plans and of town views in the seventeenth century. This particular engraving comes from Gottfried's 'Neuwe Archontologia Cosmica'. (ref: Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers 'K-P' page 240).

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        America noviter delineata. [America newly described.]

      Archontologia Cosmica. 1649 - Copper engraving. Later colour. Size: 36 x 27.5 cm. (14 x 11 inches). Mounted size 52 x 45cm. In fine condition This map is a reduced version of the one Merian engraved for Johann Ludwig Gottfried in 1631. It is one of many derivative maps of the Jodocus Hondius, 1618. One noticeable difference is the altered perspective of the inset map of Greenland. Matthew Merian was not only a publisher, but an accomplished engraver in his own right. Born in Basel, Switzerland, he spent most of his life in Frankfurt where he met and married Theodore de Bry's daughter. The map is also found in later editions. Ref. Burden Mapping of North America entry 251 Ref. Burden Mapping of North America entry 251

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        EIKON BASILIKE [in Greek]. THE POURTRAICTURE OF HIS SACRED MAJESTIE IN HIS SOLITUDES AND SUFFERINGS.

      No pub., London 1649 - This printing is Madan, EIKON BASILKE #26, first issue and Almack, THE KING'S BOOK #42. the folding plate is Madan's version #3. as often, the portraits of Charles I and the Prince of Wales are lacking. Wing E306 (under "Eikon"). 8vo. (8),264pp. With the woodcut Royal Arms on the recto of the first leaf (verso blank), and with the folding engraved plate by William Marshall with explanatory verses signed "G. D." beneath. Cont. blind ruled polished calf, rebacked with the old spine (chipped) laid down. Extremities a bit rubbed. 18th & 19th century ownership signatures on title (A2) and A1 and some old manuscript notes on blank verso of A1.

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        Kupferstich - Föklabrügg (Vöcklabruck)

      1649.. aus Topographia Provinciarum Austriarum 21*35 cm. kräftiger Abdruck, etwas stockfleckig

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        AMSTERDAM

      J.L. Gottfried&#39;s Archontologia Cosmica., 1649.. Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition. Size: 35.5 x 28 cm. (14 x 11 inches). An attractive illustrated map of Amsterdam by the famed Swiss engraver, Matthew Merian This very detailed and beautifully designed map shows the town, its fortifications, and its busy harbour teeming with ships. Two coats of arms towards the upper corners, title at lower centre.Gottfried&#39;s Archontologia Cosmica wasa three volume work

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        Eikon Basilike ( in Greek). The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Maiestie in His Solitude and Sufferings, With a Perfect Copie of Prayers Used by His Majesty in the Time of his Sufferings.

      n.p., n.p. (London) 1649 - 12mo. (4),260,pp. This edition is likely a variant of Madan #8, or a mixed 12 from Newcomb's printings for No 7(see Madan, p. 18). Without a frontispiece portrait nor any other illustration. Possibly defective, ending with leaf M10 and the word '"Finis" and thus probably not bound with the Letter from the Prince as described by Madan in No. 8. Originally attributed to Charles I, it is now acknowledged that the author is John Gauden. There were at least 40 different English editions printed in 1649, some hurriedly, as this copy must have been Contemporary full brown calf tooled in blind on the boards and on the spine. Joints cracked, but firm; head of spine and lettering labels nearly perished; old library stamp and bookplate; else a good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Riviera di Genova di Levante (Italy/Genoa/Italian Riviera)

      Amsterdam 1649 - Engraving with original hand-color. Sheet size: 21 1/8 x 25". Inventory#: p1686pmat.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        Concilium Romanum in sacrosancta basilica Lateranensi celebratum anno universalis jubilaei MDCCXXV. a sanctissimo Patre, & D(omi)no nostro Benedicto Papa XIII. Rom, R. Bernabo 1725. 4°. 10 Bll., 317 S., 7 Bll., mit (mehrf. gefalt.) gest. Frontispiz, gest. Titelvign., gest. Kopfvign. und 4 gest. Initialen, Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. und reicher Rvg.

      - Vgl. LThK II, 143.- Erste Ausgabe der seltenen Konziliengeschichte.- Papst Benedikt XIII. (1649-1730) arbeitete während dieses Provinzialkonzils eifrig an der Hebung des religiösen Lebens. Er war mehr Gelehrter als Politiker.- Das große Frontispiz (39 x 49 cm) zeigt die Versammlung der geistlichen Würdenträger im Lateran.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, tls. leicht gebräunt u. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben, sonst schönes, breitrandiges Ex.# With (large folding) engr . frontispiece, engr. title vignette, engr. headpiece and 4 engr. initials, contemporary leather with richly gilt spine and label.See LThK II, 143.- First edition of a rare account of the Lateran Council held in 1725.- Pope Benedict XIII. (1649-1730) worked during the provincial council hard at raising the standard of religious life. He was more scholar than politician.- The extraordinary frontispiece (39 x 49 cm) shows the assembly of the ecclesiastical dignitaries in the Lateran.- Titel with ownership entry, some browning and brown stains, binding slightly rubbed, otherwise fine copy with wide margines. Prima e prestigiosa edizione ufficiale dei decreti del Concilio di Roma del 1725.- L'opera relaziona sul Sinodo, indetto da Benedetto XIII (Pierfrancesco Orsini, 1649-1730) nell'anno del giubileo 1725 e contiene gli argomenti discussi, le decisioni prese, i decreti emanati, ecc.- Con una grande tavola all? antiporta (più volte ripiegata) incisa da anonimo artista e raffigurante una sessione del Sinodo provinciale di Roma all'interno della Basilica Lateranense. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Italia Gallica - sive - Gallia Cisalpina

      Jansson Insularum 1649-60 - Mappa del ?600 stampata su carta greve con ampio margine foglio cm. 57,5 x 67,5 ca. ? disegno cm. 34,7 x 46 ca. Incisione in rame (c. 1649-60), raffigurante l?Italia Gallica o Gallia Cisalpina, intitolata in cartiglio in alto a sinistra: Italia Gallica - sive - Gallia Cisalpina - ex conatibus Geographicis - Abrah. Ortelij. La mappa mostra l?Italia del nord e le regioni adiacenti, e si estende da Venezia sull?Adriatico, a Pisa e Nizza sul Mediterraneo, dal Lago Lemano ad ovest alle Alpi a nord. Interessanti i grandi laghi dell?Italia settentrionale, Verbano (Lago Maggiore), Lario (Lago di Como), Sebino (Lago d?Iseo) e Benaco (Lago di Garda), raffigurati, secondo le conoscenze cartografiche dell?epoca, in modo assai approssimativo. Le località sono mostrate con piccoli disegni convenzionali e con i profili dei monti. In cartiglio, vicino al titolo, l?elenco delle località di incerta collocazione. In basso a sinistra, gabbia ornata, con i nomi dei popoli di collocazione incerta. Questa mappa, firmata dal cartografo fiammingo di Anversa Abramo Ortelio (1527-1598), conosciuto con il nome latinizzato di Ortelius, fu da questi redatta in base a conoscenze tratte da Livio, Ausonio, Tacito, Catone, Plinio, Polibio e Cassiodoro. Fu pubblicata da Johannes Jansson. Tratta da: ?Novus Atlas??, pubblicato ad Amsterdam da Johannes Jansson, nella seconda metà del 17° secolo. Johannes Jansson (1588-1664) fu un editore, un incisore e un cartografo olandese. Conosciuto anche come Joannes Janssonii (con qusto nome latinizzato firmava le sue carte geografiche), nel 1617 pubblicò una nuova edizione della ?Geografia? di Tolomeo e nel 1633 un ?Atlante? del Mercatore; dal 1638 iniziò la pubblicazione di un ?Atlas Novus?, al quale seguì, nel 1647, una seconda edizione in sei volumi. Nel 1657 pubblicò, ad Amsterdam, il ?Novus Atlas, sive Theatrum orbis terrarum: in quo tabulae & descriptiones omnium regionum totius Universi accuratissime exhibentur. In sex tomos distinctus?, considerato il primo atlante moderno del mondo e ripubblicato più volte negli anni successivi. Lingua: |

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        Discours merveilleux De la Vie, Actions & Deportemens de Catherine de Medicis Royne Mere; Declarant tous les moyens qu'elle a tenus pour vsurper le Gouvernement du Royaume de France & ruiner l'estat d'iceluy

      NP: Selon la copie imprimee a Paris 1649 - 24mo (slightly taller than 14 cm.), 138 pp.; full vellum with exposed cords at joints and spine hand lettered; binding wrinkled and ties gone, front hinge cracked but still overall sound, front pastedown and back free endpaper signed ?T. Kerrich, M. C. C. 1804? (antiquarian Thomas Kerrich, Magdalen College, Cambridge), general age toning, margins cut down but no letters hit, good. Photos available upon request.

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        Alcoran of Mahomet, translated out of Arabique into French by Sieur Du Ryer, Lord of Malezair, and Resident for the King of France, at Alexandria., and newly Englished, for the satisfaction of all that desire to look

      London. Good. 1649. B0042P2WKA Good. (Binding: Hardcover, Jacket: No Jacket) Leather, 19 cm, [24 pages. ] + 394 pages. + The Life and Death of . B0042P2WKA .

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        Gesamtans., "Merania. - Meran".

      . Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) v. Merian aus Topographie Austria, 1649, 19,5 x 61. Fauser, Nr. 8929. Unten rechts sowie unten links Erklärungen von 1 - 41.

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        Brixen.

      Frankfurt am Main. 1649 - Veduta della cittadina di Bressanone, Brixen in lingua tedesca. Preciso nelle indicazioni dei luoghi, di cui abbiamo i rimandi nel cartiglio posto all&#146;angolo inferiore sinistro, Merian ci mostra la cittadina nel suo svilupparsi sulle rive dell&#146;Isarco nel punto in cui vi confluisce il Rienza. Fra i luoghi degni di nota ricordiamo il Castello Vescovile, residenza urbana dei principi vescovi, visibile sulla sinistra, e il duomo con la piazza centrale, al centro della stampa. La parte superiore ospita tre stemmi: a sinistra l&#146;agnello (Bressanone), al centro lo stemma del principe vescovo, a destra l&#146;aquila (l&#146;impero). Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Il Trentino-Alto Adige: immagini dal passato" di Brunamaria Dal Lago Veneri e Arnaldo Loner , scheda n. 8. Formato: Acquaforte di dimensioni 19x30,5 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d&#146;uso e del tempo.

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        The World and Continents - Five Maps]

      Jan Jansson, Amsterdam 1649 - An excellent set of the World and Continents, by Hondius and Jansson, two of the Netherlands' greatest cartographers This handsome set of the World and Continents comes from the 1649 German edition of Jan Jansson and Henricus Hondius' Novus Atlas, Das Ist: Welt-Beschreibung mit allerhand schönen newen auszführ lichen Taffeln Inhaltende Die Königreiche und Länder des gantzen Erdtreichs . This monumental work was the inheritor of the legacy of the great atlas first published in 1595 by Rumold Mercator, and later re-issued and revised by Jodocus Hondius and family. In 1630, Willem Blaeu dramatically entered the land atlas market, compelling Jansson and Hondius to mount this powerful reprise. The World map, Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica ac Hydrographica Tabula, originally dates from 1630, and is present here in the second state, dated '1641', but printed in 1649 using the same plate. It is richly decorated in Baroque style, and is most memorable for the four portraits that adorn it: Julius Caesar and Claudius Ptolemy, at the top; and Gerard Mercator and Jodocus Hondius Sr., at the bottom. Also featured are the four elements of Classical science, illustrated in accordance with Greek and Roman mythology. At the bottom of the composition, between the two hemispheres, are personifications of the four continents. Europe is shown as an enthroned queen with a scepter and a book, symbolising power and knowledge. Alluding to the colonial aspirations of the European powers, Europe accepts gifts offered in outstretched hands by Native Americans, Africans and Asians. In the map, California is shown as an island, a fairly recent innovation, curiously not depicted on the accompanying map of the Americas. The map of Europe, Europa Exactissime Descripta , originally dated 1631, is present here in the second state. Many details regarding the configuration and political boundaries derive from Mercator's map of Europe. The dedication to Louis XIII of France alludes to the alliance forged between France and the United Provinces in 1630, a pact engineered by Cardinal Richelieu which helped guarantee Holland's independence from Spain. (Spain's continued effort to re-invest Holland was one of the ongoing causes of the Thirty Years' War). Africae nova Tabula, first printed in 1631, and present here in the third state, is a fascinating map that reveals the extent to which the interior of the continent largely remained an enigma to Europeans, with the ancient myth that the Nile was fed by two large lakes taking precedence. The coasts, portrayed with relative accuracy, were what really interested the Dutch, who by virtue of their recent seizure of the fortress of Elmina on the Gold Coast had become major protagonists in the African slave trade. The map is embellished with numerous African animals, including ostriches, crocodiles, lions and a griffin. The sea is inhabited by ships, flying fish, sea monsters and the god Neptune. The map of Asia, Asia recens summa cura delineata , was originally printed in 1631, and is present here in the second state, distinguished from the former by the addition of 'Janssonius' as the named publisher. It is dedicated to Eilhard Lubbin, a cartographer and mathematician of Rostock. The image of the Far East is significantly improved from Mercator's example, reflecting information derived from Dutch traders and Jesuit priests. America noviter delineata was first issued by Jodocus Hondius Jr. in 1618, and is present here in the fourth state. Geographically, the map predates the 'California as an Island' phenomenon, and does not include LeMaire's discovery of Cape Horn. The map is elegantly embellished with merchant ships and sea monsters. Burden, The Mapping of North America I, 192; Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici I (1997 ed.) , 1:424/27; Norwich, Maps of Africa, 34; Shirley, The Mapping of the World , 336. Copper-engraved maps, from the "Novus Atlas," German text edition, in excellent condition.

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        Lovanium vulgo Loven

      Blaeu, J., 1649. "Lovanium vulgo Loven". Vogelschauansicht. Kupferstich von J. Blaeu (aus seinem Städtebuch, 1649). Mit fig. Titelkart., arch. Kart. mit Explicatio (1-74) und 2 Wappen. 37:49 cm..

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        The Christian's Obligation to Peace and Charity . . Now published with ix. Sermons more

      London: R. Royston, 1649 - Henry Hammond (1605-1660) was an eminent Caroline divine, prolific writer, biblical scholar, and a contemporary of his fellow divine, Izaak Walton, who refers to Hammond in his LIVES as "the learned Dr. Hammond". A nice assocation copy, from the library of the Walton editor George Bethune (who clearly saw the connection to Walton) and of two of America's greatest angling collectors First edition. 4to. [6], 263 pp. Woodcut device of Oxford on title page. Coontemporary calf, worn, upper joint split, internally very good. With bookplates of HENRY SHERWIN and CHARLES WETZEL on endpapers, with printed slip from Sherwin stating that he acquired the book from the collection of GEORGE BETHUNE, American editor of Izaac Walton. New Wing H-520 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Architectura civilis, oder Beschreibung und Vorreissung vieler vornehmer Dachwerck, als hoher Helmen, Creutzdächer, Wiederkehrungen, welscher Hauben, auch Kelter, Fallbrücken:... (Tl.2: ... auch etzlicher Schaub- und Hebgeschirr). 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Nürnberg P.Fürst Erben (1668). Fol. 7 Bll. mit gest. Titel u. 43 Kupfertafeln; 5 Bll. mit gest Titel u. 30 Abb. auf 27 Kupfertafeln, Prgt. d. Zt. mit Wappensupralibros.

      . . Vgl. HAB, Architekt u. Ingenieur, Kat. Nr. 25 (Ausg. 1649) - Kat. d. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin II, 177 (andere Ausg.).- "Wilhelms Architekturbuch ist der erste Tractat in Deutschland, der die Holzkonstruktionen bei Gebäuden ausführlich darstellt..." (HAB).- Die Tafeln zeigen neben Dachstuhl- auch Fachwerkkonstruktionen, Fruchtpressen, Hebe- u. Zugmaschienen, Treppenkonstruktionen etc.- Im 2. Teil Taf. 18 mit alt erg. Fehlstelle u. Taf. 14 mit alt hinterleg. Riss, Text gebräunt, Rückengelenk restauriert, insges. gutes Exemplar.

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        Les Jesuistes mis sur l'eschafaut, pour plusieurs crimes capitaux par eux commis dans la Province de Guienne. Avec la response aux calomnies de Jacques Beaufés, par le Sieur Pierre Iarrige, ci devant Jesuiste, Profés du quatriesme voeu, et Predicateur

      Leiden: Chez les héritiers de J. Nicolas (1649). 175pp - Leiden: Chez les héritiers de J. Nicolas (1649). 175pp. Rare edition of this caustic pamphlet by Pierre Jarrige (1604-1670), a Jesuit who abandoned the Catholic religion, eventually taking refuge in Holland after he was sentenced to death by the Church in 1648. This book, originally published in 1648, is a detailed indictment of the Jesuits for a range of crimes that they were alleged to have committed in Guinea. Jarrige accuses his former peers of a range of crimes, including homosexuality, sodomy, pedophilia with students, (as well as infanticide and assorted other crimes) often citing specific evidence of these activities. Full contemporary mottled calf binding, raised spine with gilt patterns, title in red, lightly rubbed at edges, penciled notations on endpaper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aquisgranum/Aachen Blaeu Townbook, anno 1649

      Aquisgranum/Aachen Blaeu Townbook, ,649,. Reference: Koeman, BL 63, Nr. 848, see german text.Aachen, Ansicht aus der Vogelschau, Aus dem Städtebuch von Blaeu, verlegt anno 1649, Kartenmaß: 42 x 52 cm., Referenz: Koeman, BL 63, Nr. 848, an den Seiten alt angerändert, obere Kartusche mit minimaler Fehlstelle. Seltene Ansicht der Stadt Aachen..

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        Veere.

      Joan Blaeu Amsterdam 1649 - Double-page, engraved, hand-coloured map, Latin text on verso. Dimensions: 410 × 520mm. (16 × 20.5 inches). Beautiful birds-eye view of Veere from Joan Blaeu's town book of the Netherlands, first published one year after the peace of Munster and the Spanish acknowledgement of the Dutch Republic. Blaeu planned his town book towards the end of the battle with Spain to consist of two volumes; one showing the towns of the Republic, the other showing towns belonging to Spain. In the second edition, due to a large scale re-conquest of land by the Republic, Blaeu had to transfer several towns to the volume showing towns of the Republic and as a consequence this volume became larger than the other; thus the composition of the atlas became linked to the struggle for independence of the Republic. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici B1 64.

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        Le Operazioni del compasso geometrico et militare

      Padua: Frambotto. Very Good. 1649. Third Edition. Paper-Covered Boards. Untrimmed gatherings bound in early nineteenth century paper covered boards retaining original sewing. One folding plate. Professional restorations to edges of Title & Dedication leaves not affecting text. Resorations to Preface leaf with replacement of four letters on recto and six letters of verso. Do not hesitate to request additional images. ; Octavo; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .

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        Hesdinum.

      Joan Blaeu Amsterdam c. 1649 - Hand-coloured, double-page, engraved map, Dutch text on verso. Dimensions: 390 × 500 mm. (15.25 × 19.75 inches). From Blaeu's townbook of the southern Netherlands, first published in 1649. Blaeu composed his townbooks towards the end of the conflict with Spain and consequently the atlas became linked with the Dutch struggle for independence, proudly showing cities and stategic places. The town of Hesdin was forceably moved in the mid 16th century to its present site down in the Canche Valley by order of the Spanish Emperor Charles V. The old Hesdin was located in the hills and had been a dangerous French stronghold in the border wars between France and Spanish Flanders. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici B1 64.

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        Harlingen

      Blaeu, J., 1649. "Harlingen". Vogelschauansicht. Kupferstich von J. Blaeu (aus seinem Städtebuch, 1649). Mit fig. Kart. u. 2 Wappen. 39:50,5 cm..

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        Lutzenburgum.

      1649 - Amsterdam, c.1649, Latin edition. Old colour. 395 x 510mm. Fine condition Original sntique map of Luxemburg from Blaeu's 'Townbook' of the Netherlands, decorated with two armorials.

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        Zurichgow et Basiliensis provincia. Altkolorierte gestochene Karte aus dem Atlas von G. Blaeu, Zürich, Basel, Aargau, Luzern etc.

      Amsterdam, 1649 - Amsterdam, 1649. Plattengrösse: 38x50 cm. In Goldrahmen unter Glas 67x77 cm. Literatur: Van der Krogt 2, 2:202. - Aus:Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. J. Blaeu, 1649-55. Gedruckt bei Blaeu nach Gerhard Mercator. In Goldrahmen unter Glas 67x77 cm.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Joan Blaeu, "Belgica Foederata qvae est Europae Liber Dicimvs".

      . altkol.,, 1649, 41 x 24,7 (H). Shirley, Courtiers and Cannibals, Nr. 49; Krogt, Bd. IV-1, Seite 299 mit Abbildung; not in Tooley: "Title Pages from 16th to 19th Century". - Prachtvolles, goldgehöhtes Kolorit. Das Titelblatt für den "Town Atlas" von Blaeu mit den Wappen der 9 niederländischen Provinzen. Oben das Wappen der Vereinigten Niederlande, gehalten von bekrönten Löwen.

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        L'Alcoran de Mahomet. Translate d'Arabe en Francois, Par le Sieur du Ryer, Sieur de la Garde Malezair. Suivant la Copie imprimee a Paris, Chez Antoine de Sommaville. -

      o.O. [Amsterdam] o.V. (Elzevier) 1649,. 6 Bll., 686 Seiten, 3 Bll., Pergamentband der Zeit mit auf den Falz gezogenen Pergamentriemchen, farbiger Kopfschnitt, 13,5 x 8 cm. Französische Ãœbersetzung des Koran von Andre du Ryer (1580-1660). Das Titelblatt in zweifarbigem Druck (Rot und Schwarz) und mit dem Druckerzeichen der Elzeviers (Sphäre) als Holzschnitt. - Das Titelblatt mit Namenszug von alter Hand; das hintere fliegende Vorsatzblatt mit Inhaltsverzeichnis von alter Hand. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, ohne ein vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt, einige Seiten vorne minimal randfleckig, vereinzelt minimal eselsohrig. Sonst und insgesamt gutes, wohlerhaltenes Exemplar..

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        L'Alcoran de Mahomet. Translaté d'Arabe en Francois, Par le Sieur du Ryer, Sieur de la Garde Malezair. Suivant la Copie imprimée a Paris, Chez Antoine de Sommaville.

      o.O. [Amsterdam] o.V. (Elzevier) 1649 - 6 Bll., 686 Seiten. 3 Bll., Pergamentband der Zeit mit auf den Falz gezogenen Pergamentriemchen, farbiger Kopfschnitt, 13,5 x 8 cm. Französische Ãœbersetzung des Koran von André du Ryer (1580-1660). Das Titelblatt in zweifarbigem Druck (Rot und Schwarz) und mit dem Druckerzeichen der Elzeviers (Sphäre) als Holzschnitt. - Das Titelblatt mit Namenszug von alter Hand; das hintere fliegende Vorsatzblatt mit Inhaltsverzeichnis von alter Hand. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, ohne ein vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt, einige Seiten vorne minimal randfleckig, vereinzelt minimal eselsohrig. Sonst und insgesamt gutes, wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. 402 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EIKON BASILIKE. THE POURTRAICTURE OF HIS SACRED MAJESTIE IN HIS SOLITUDES AND SUFFERINGS: Together with His Private Prayers, used in the time of his Restraint, and delivered to D. Juxon, Bishop of London, immediately before his death.

      No place or imprint, 1649.Early edition 1649, WITH TIPPED IN SIGNATURE OF KING CHARLES ll. 8vo, approximately 207 x 124 mm, 8¼ x 5 inches, ruled in red throughout, woodcut Royal Arms on first leaf, folding frontispiece drawn and engraved by William Marshall showing the King at Prayer with Explanation of the Embleme below, signed G.D., oval portrait of the King by Wenceslas Hollar opposite page 1, oval portrait of the Prince of Wales at page 216, a few decorated initials, collation: A - A4, B - R8, S4, pages: (8), 1 - 263, (1) including at the end a letter from the Prince to the King, 'A true Relation of the King's Speech' and an Epitaph for the King, bound in full contemporary black morocco, double ruled gilt panelling to covers with gilt ornament at the corners, double gilt rules to spine, no label or lettering, all edges gilt. At centre of both covers is a small gilt stamp with the letters "C R" surmounted by a crown and with a skull below touching the bottom of the 2 letters. 2 pages of these and similar gilt binding stamps are shown and discussed in Madan on pages 188 - 190, ours is nearest to No. 12. 25 mm (1") crack to top of lower hinge, corners very slightly worn, spine gilt rather dull, gilt missing from 1 corner ornament on upper cover, inner paper hinges cracked, binding firm and sound, armorial bookplate of Charles Chitty plus a different ink name and the date 1748 on front pastedown, slight browning to edges of early pages, very small old paper repair to reverse of intersection of folds on plate of King at prayer, no loss of text, signature of Charles Chitty to top margin of title page and page 98, tiny worm track starts on C4 - D1, no loss of text, a few pale brown splashes on pages 204 - 205, no loss of legibility, another couple to lower margin of final page, not affecting text. A very good tight complete copy in the original 17th century binding. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, No. 26 2nd issue. Madan examines the question of the authorship in detail and comes to the conclusion that both Charles I and John Gauden were involved, Charles in providing the original manuscript material, Gauden for writing it up and making a book of it (see Madan, Appendix 1, pages 126 - 133). At the top of the front pastedown a previous owner has written:"This Book did belong to King Charles the 2nd's Library" and a piece of paper bearing the signature of Charles II and 2 lines of text, has at some time been tipped onto one of the preliminary blanks. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        SEDUNUM. Sitten.

      Archontologia Cosmica. 1649 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 360 × 275 mm. (14 × 11 inches) In fine condition. A very picturesque view of the city of Sion, entitled here at the top centre with its Roman name 'Sedunum' as well as its German one 'Sitten', between these two names is a coat of arms. Two castle-crowned crags tower over the city and mountain ranges dominate the background. In the bottom centre is a compass, and below that, running along the bottom of the picture is a key to the principle buildings which are picked out within the view by letters.

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        Rheinberg, siege of, Blaeu, townbook 1649

      Rheinberg, ,649,. Kupferkarte, veröffentlicht bei Blaeu, anno 1649, lat. Ausgabe, Ansicht: 46 x 56 cm. Gezeigt wird die Belagerung von R im Jahr 1633 durch den Prinzen von Oranien. Unten links kleine Landkarte der Umgebung. Minimal wasserrandig, ansonsten sehr gut erhalten..

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        Zurichgow et Basiliensis provincia. Altkolorierte gestochene Karte aus dem Atlas von G. Blaeu, Zürich, Basel, Aargau, Luzern etc.

      Amsterdam, 1649.. Plattengrösse: 38x50 cm. In Goldrahmen unter Glas 67x77 cm.. Literatur: Van der Krogt 2, 2:202. - Aus:Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. J. Blaeu, 1649-55. Gedruckt bei Blaeu nach Gerhard Mercator.

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        Provinzia Andalusiae

      ca. 1649. Karte zeigt Andalusien, Gibraltar, Granada, Murcia und die Algarve bis Lissabon, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 22 x 33. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        BARTHOLOMAEI PERDULCIS DOCTOR MEDICI PARISIENSIS, UNIVERSA MEDICINA

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Lugduni. 944 pag + 72. 24x18,5. 1649. Latin. N° de ref. de la libreria 5.5 Biblioteca A.

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        Førstelig Leffnetzs og Døds Speyl udi Guds Folckis frommeste og fornemmeste Kongeis Davids Exempel, Der den Stormectigste, oc Høyborne Førstis oc Herris, Konning Christians den IV., Danmarckis, Norgis, Venders oc Gothers Konning... Hans Mayst. høysørgelig Ligbegengelse... klagelig bleff holden udi vor Frue Kircke i Kiøbenhaffn, den 18. Novemb. 1648.

      Jørgen Lamprecht, København 1649. 4to. (108) sider. Indbundet med: Lauritz Jacobsen (Hindsholm) ved (Den) Høyborne Førstis oc Herris Her Christians, Danmarckis, Norgis, Venders oc Gothers udvalde Printz. Jørgen Lamprecht, København 1649. (70 sider). Marmoreret brunt papirbind fra c. 1850 med orange rygtitelfelt og Frederik VII's monogram i øverste rygfelt. Kapitæler og udvendige false noget slidt. Nederste kant af titelbladet forstærket. Gl. understregning af skriftsted. Papiret let gulnet.. Hofpræsten Laurids Hindsholm (senere biskop i Odensen) stod bi ved Christian IV's dødsleje på Rosenborg i februar 1648, så hans smukke skildring er en førstehåndsberetning. Hans kendskab til tronfølgeren Den udvalgte Prins Christian, der døde i 1647, er nok mere overfladisk. Prinsen døde på slottet Körbitz i Sachsen og blev i første omgang bisat fra Sophiekirken i Dresden; den danske bisættelse fandt sted i Vor Frue Kirke i København i november 1647, præcis et år før faderen. Far og søn stod derefter side om side i et af kirkens kapeller til 1652, da Frederik III lod kisterne overføre til Roskilde Domkirke.** Bogen har sandsynligvis tilhørt kong Frederik VII personligt. Den sidste oldenborger nærede en sand passion for Christian IV

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        Opera historica omnia; Burgundica, Austriaca, Belgica: de rebus a principibus Burgundis atque Austriacis, qui Belgis imperarunt, pace belloque praeclare gestis. Insertus est eiusdem De vetustate et nobilitate familiae Habspurgicae et Autriacae liber singularis. Accessereque De veterum ac sui saeculi Belgico libri duo; aliaque. Nunc primum simul edita, opera atque industria viri docti recensita, & capitibus distincta.

      Lovanii Iodoci Coppenni 1649. Perkament. 6to. (XVI), 263, (10), (XXII), 372, (12), 147 pp. * rug zwaar beschadigd, 1 klamp ontbreekt*Ex bibliotheca J.W. Six. 'Pontus Heuterus, Delft 1535 - Sint Truiden 1602 was de natuurlijke zoon van een Delftse schout. Tot priester gewijd. In 1572 door de Watergeuzen gevangen genomen maar de marteldood werd hem op het nippertje bespaard. Vluchtte naar het Zuiden en werd pastoor van Jabbeke. Omstreeks 1578 terugkeer naar het Noorden om de Vlaamse calvinisten te ontwijken. Eind 1582 vertrek naar Bourgondië en Franche-Comté voor historisch onderzoek. Vervolgens twee jaar werkzaam in Friesland en Groningen. In 1587 kannunik in Deventer, waar hij in 1591 voor de protestanten moest vluchten. Hierna vertrok hij definitief naar het Zuiden, waar hij kerkelijke beneficiën genoot. Naast zijn historisch werk schreef hij een boek over de Nederlandse taal'. Haitsma-Mulier, 223

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        Tractatus de legibus abrogatis et inusitatis in Hollandia vicinisque regionibus.

      Leiden, Apud Franciscum Moyardum et Davidem Lopez de Haro, 1649.. Editio tertia. Quart. Titelblatrt, (36), 886 S. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband auf vier Bünden geheftet.. Simon van GROENWEGEN (van der Made) (1613-1652), geboren in Delft, studierte an der Universität zu Leiden, wo er 1634 zum Dr. iur. promovierte und anschließend seinen Beruf als Rechtsanwalt in Den Haag ausübte, ab etwa 1645 war er Stadtsekretär von Delft. Neben seiner anwaltlichen Tätigkeit publizierte Groenwegen auch, veröffentlichte einen Sammelband von Rechtsgutachten und publizierte 1644 eine Ausgabe von Grotius'Werk zur Einführung in das holländische Recht. Grotius selbst publizierte sein Werk ohne Literaturangaben, was Groenwegen in seiner Ausgabe nachholte. Daneben wies er auch auf Differenzen zum römischen Recht hin und ergänzte den Text bisweilen anhand richterlicher Entscheidungen. Viele spätere Ausgaben von Grotius'Werk behielten die Ergänzungen von Groenewegen. Als Hauptwerk von Groenwegen erschien der Tractatus de legibus abrogatis 1649, das Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts sogar in die englische Sprache übersetzt wurde. Es handelt sich um eine Censura, die in der Legalorung der Teile des Corpus iuris civilis auflistet, welche Bestimmungen des römischen Rechts in Holland noch angewendet werden und welche nicht. Dabei wird auch auf die Praxis in anderen europäischen Ländern im Geltungsbereich des Ius Commune verwiesen. Das Werk hat noch heute für das sogenannte römisch-holländische Recht Bedeutung.

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        EIKON BASILIKE. THE POURTRAICTURE OF HIS SACRED MAJESTIE IN HIS SOLITUDES AND SUFFERINGS: Together with His Private Prayers, used in the time of his Restraint, and delivered to D. Juxon, Bishop of London, immediately before his death

      No place or imprint, 1649.. No place or imprint, 1649.. Early edition 1649, WITH TIPPED IN SIGNATURE OF KING CHARLES ll. 8vo, approximately 207 x 124 mm, 8¼ x 5 inches, ruled in red throughout, woodcut Royal Arms on first leaf, folding frontispiece drawn and engraved by William Marshall showing the King at Prayer with Explanation of the Embleme below, signed G.D., oval portrait of the King by Wenceslas Hollar opposite page 1, oval portrait of the Prince of Wales at page 216, a few decorated initials, collation: A-A4, B-R8, S4, pages: (8), 1-263, (1) including at the end a letter from the Prince to the King, &#39;A true Relation of the King&#39;s Speech&#39; and an Epitaph for the King, bound in full contemporary black morocco, double ruled gilt panelling to covers with gilt ornament at the corners, double gilt rules to spine, no label or lettering, all edges gilt. At centre of both covers is a small gilt stamp with the letters "C R" surmounted by a crown and with a skull below touching the bottom of the 2 letters. 2 pages of these and similar gilt binding stamps are shown and discussed in Madan on pages 188-190, ours is nearest to No. 12. 25 mm (1") crack to top of lower hinge, corners very slightly worn, spine gilt rather dull, gilt missing from 1 corner ornament on upper cover, inner paper hinges cracked, binding firm and sound, armorial bookplate of Charles Chitty plus a different ink name and the date 1748 on front pastedown, slight browning to edges of early pages, very small old paper repair to reverse of intersection of folds on plate of King at prayer, no loss of text, signature of Charles Chitty to top margin of title page and page 98, tiny worm track starts on C4 -D1, no loss of text, a few pale brown splashes on pages 204-205, no loss of legibility, another couple to lower margin of final page, not affecting text. A very good tight complete copy in the original 17th century binding. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, No. 26 2nd issue. Madan examines the question of the authorship in detail and comes to the conclusion that both Charles I and John Gauden were involved, Charles in providing the original manuscript material, Gauden for writing it up and making a book of it (see Madan, Appendix 1, pages 126-133). At the top of the front pastedown a previous owner has written:"This Book did belong to King Charles the 2nd&#39;s Library" and a piece of paper bearing the signature of Charles II and 2 lines of text, has at some time been tipped onto one of the preliminary blanks. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Provincia Aprutii Cum confinijs

      Abruzzo 1649 - mm 218x317

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        Les Oeuvres de chirurgie de Jacques Guillemeau, chirugien ordinaire du roy et ivre a Paris. Avec les portraicts et figures de toutes les parties du corps humain, & des instruments necessaires au chirurgien

      Rouen: Jean Viret, Francois Vaultier, Clement Malassis, 1649-01-01. Rouen: Jean Viret, Francois Vaultier, Clement Malassis, 1649-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio. 1/4 modern Moroccan leather over marble boards. A superior volume. Fine binding. 36 cm.[50], 863, [32] p. Clean, unmarked pages. Lovely illustrations. The anatomical plates are derived from Vesalius, those of instruments are from Pare. Reprint of the 1612 Paris edition.In French with Greek and Latin references. Title in red and black. <br><br> Jacques Guillemeau (1550â&#128;&#147;1613) was a French surgeon noted for his contributions to obstetrics, ophthalmology and pediatrics. He worked at Hotel-Dieu de Paris and served as a surgeon to the French crown. He was the royal surgeon for Charles IX, Henry III, and Henry IV. He was the favored student (and son in law) of Ambroise Pare, whose work Guillemeau helped popularize. <br>Wellcome III, p. 179. Garrison-Morton (citing Paris edition) 3669 for his contribution to dentistry, 5818 for his work on ophthalmology, and 6145.1 for his contribution to obstetrics. <br><br> Association copy. Dr. Samuel Clark Harveyâ&#128;&#153;s book plate on front paste down. Samuel Clark Harvey (1886-1953) was a noted Yale surgeon. Harvery served with US Army forces in WWI under the direction of Dr. Cushing. Cushing later appointed him chief of surgery in Mobile Hospital No. 6, where he dealt with neurosurgical casualties. After the war Harvey returned to civilian practice and served as chairman of the Yale Department of Surgery 1922-1947. <br>â&#128;&#156;In his philosophy of pedagogy he was far ahead of his time and was to a large extent responsible for the introduction of the unique method of teaching that is colloquially referred to as the "Yale system."He regarded the medical student as a mature adult who entered medical school with a sincere desire to learn, and he placed the responsibility for his education squarely upon the student himself rather than upon the faculty. A staunch and outspoken antagonist of the didactic lecture and quiz method of teaching, he believed that knowledge cannot be passively transferred or given away, but can be acquired only by an active, painstaking, and continuing process of discriminating study and reflection. He considered it the function of the teacher to arouse enthusiasm and stimulate interest in the students, to provide them with opportunities for pursuing these interests, to guide them in the use of the "experimental method," to help them develop habits of effective and sustained study-but above all to spark their curiosity and to develop within them a rational spirit of inquiry that would be a stimulus for learning and study long after they had left the protective aegis of school and teachers." Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine Vol. 26, September 1953. <br><br>Also, from the library of Dr. Gert H. Brieger. Dr. Brieger was the Chairman of the Institute of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Dr. Brieger was presented this volume by the staff of the Johns Hopkins Press for his work as editor of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1990-2004. Includes related loose ephemera: a gift note from JHU Press, a write up of the Guillemeauâ&#128;&#153;s book, 2 copies of the program note for 33rd annual Samuel Clark Harvey Memorial lecture given in 1988 on Dr. Samuel Clark Harvery by Dr. Brieger.

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