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        Eigenhändiges Stammbuchblatt

      Jena, 7. Juli 1649. Lateinische Handschrift auf Papier, 1 Bl., ca. 8,3 × 13 cm, gebräunt u. etwas stockfleckig, Ränder mit Kleberesten (alt montiert). Rückseitig: eigenh. Eintrag des Wolfgang Adam Lauterbach (1618-1678), Tübingen, 10. Juni 1654 (Devise: "Praestant aeterna caducis"). Wohl aus dem Stammbuch des kursächsischen Geheimrats und Oberaufsehers der Grafschaft Mansfeld, Friedrich von Kospoth (1630-1701). - Johann Thomasius (auch: Matthias Jonsohn, Johannes Thomä, Johannes Thomas), Spross einer bekannten Juristenfamilie, studierte die Rechte in Wittenberg, Jena und Leipzig, war zeitweilig Professor in Jena und seit 1652 stand er als Regierungsrat und Kanzler in Diensten des Herzogs von Sachsen-Altenburg zu dessen führenden Regierungsbeamten er in den Folgejahren avancierte. Neben seinen bedeutenden poltischen und diplomatischen Aktivitäten auf regionaler und Reichsebene machte sich Thomasius als Verfasser verschiedener wichtiger Rechtswerke einen Namen. Seine entscheidende Leistung ist jedoch die Autorschaft an dem Roman "Damon und Lisille" (1663), der als "reizvollster Schäferroman des Barock" gilt. - Wolfgang Adam Lauterbach (1618-1678): In Schleiz als Sohn des dortigen Bürgermeisters geboren, studierte er Rechtswissenschaften in Jena, Leipzig, Tübingen, Heidelberg und Straßburg, war in Speyer am Reichskammergericht tätig und wurde schließlich Professor in Tübingen, wo er in der Folgezeit mehrfach Rektor und Dekan war. Daneben bekleidete er als Beisitzer am Hofgericht Rat des württembergischen Herzogs auch politische Ämter. Lauterbach zählte zu den angesehensten Rechtslehrer im 17. Jahrhundert, hinterließ zahlreiche eigene Werke und betreute auch viele Dissertationen. - *********** - Leaf of an album amicorum, inscribed by John Thomasius (1624-1679), distinguished author of the german pastoral romance "Damon und Lisille", Jena 1649, on the verso inscription of the famous jurist Wolfgang Adam Lauterbach (1618-1678), Tübingen 1654, author of numerous influential works on jurisprudence- ***********

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        A Declaration of the Parliament of England, Of their just Resentment of the Horrid Murther perpetrated on the Body of Isaac Dorislaus, Doctor of the Laws, their Resident at the Hague, on the 12th of May, 1649.

      colop London printed for Edward Husband May 21 1649 - Folio, drop head title, fine woodcut Commonwealth Arms, fine woodcut initial letter, light usage, (4)pp., page numbered (237, 246-7) disbound. Isaac Dorislaus (1595-1649) Diplomat had been sent by Cromwell to Holland to prepare with Walter Strickland, the resident at the Hague, a scheme for a peace between the two Republics! Royalist Refugees who had fled to Holland with the exiled Charles II were incensed by his presence, so shortly after the execution of Charles I they suceeded in assassinating him at the second attempt. Issued separately as a supplement to the Statutes, but numbered for inclusion in the annual volume.

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        Histriae Venetorum et Carnorum descrirtio (sic)

      Incisione in rame, mm 192x150. Tratta dalla rara opera "Parallela geographica Italiae veteris et novae". Ottimo esemplare ben conservato, carta lievemente arrossata. Manca a Lago, "Theatrum Forum Iulii" e "Descriptio Histriae"

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        The Alcoran of Mahomet, Translated out of the Arabick into rench. By the Sieur Du Ryer, Lord of Malezir, and Resident for the King of France, At Alexandria. And newly Englished, for the satisfaction of all that desire to look into the Turkish vanities...

      Octavo, contemporary speckled calf, upper hinge weak but holding, blind ruled fillet, (10) + xviiipp + (12) + (4) + 511pp, title within double ruled border.Reprint of the first English translation of the Qur?an of 1649. It was translated into English from Andrew du Ryer?s French edition of 1647. This edition contains The Translator to the Christian Reader; The French Epistle to the Reader; A Summary of the Religion of the Turks; the Priviledges of Marseilles; and from Sultan Amurat at Constantinople; The Life and Death of Mahomet; Alexander Ross?s A needful Caveat and the whole text of the Qur?an in English. Wing K748. British Library, Arabic Books I,887.

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        L'Alfonso d' Este duca di Ferrara primo nel nome overo Il Prencipe in pace, e in guerra. Parte prima [ed unica pubblicata]. Al serenissimo Alfonso IV. prencipe di Reggio e Modana.

      Vedrotti,, Reggio Emilia, 1649 - 4° (cm. 21,5) ¿ Pp. (10), 207, (3) di cui 2 bb., fregio tipogr. al frontesp., capilettera, testatine e finalini xilogr.; pergamena coeva, titolo ms. al dorso. Ottimo esemplare, leggermente allentati i primi 2 fascicoli. G. Franchi, letterato e storico, nato a Reggio Emilia sul finire del '500, studiò a Bologna e fu poi ricevuto nel Collegio de' Giureconsulti di Reggio nel 1619, (Tiraboschi, vol. II, pag. 360): scrisse alcune opere intorno alla storia della sua città. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE RARISSIMA (solo 1 esempl. rilevato su ICCU). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eikon Basilike. The Portraicture of His Sacred Maiestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings. Together with His Maiesties Praiers delivered to Doctor Juxon immediatly before His Death. Also His Majesties Reasons, Against the pretended Jurisdiction of

      London. 1649. Hardcover. Contemporary black morocco with gilt rules on spine and boards with gilt ruled borders, gilt corner tools and gilt 'CR' mongram with crown and skull to centre of boards, some worming to head and foot of spine, edges and corners rubbed, a.e.g., ffep partially removed, old (some contemp.) ink inscriptions on prelims - some ink erased and this just showing through on frontis, title page printed in red and black with border of printer's flowers and small ink inscription at head, double page engraved frontis, full page engraved portrait in text, second work with full page engraved frontis and separate title page and 'Praiers' with separate title page, text clean and bright throughout. ESTC R39418 , Authorship of the Eikon Basilike was originally attributed to Charles I, but according to Madan (pp. 125-33) it was written by John Gauden who probably included some authentic writings of the king. The book went through numerous editions in the years immediately following the death of Charles I, thirty-five in 1649 alone and copies are found with an variety of additional texts. This copy has a section of Henderson's 'Reliquiae' (Papers which Passed at Newcastle...) but doesn't have the "Explanation of the embleme" by William Dugard. This was printed separately and is not part of any of the signatures and where present is found before the frontis. The book was a masterstoke of Royalist propaganda, portraying Charles as a martyr, a powerful image in a world where religious persecution was not a distant memory. Such was the book's success in this portrayal of Charles that Parliament commissioned John Milton to write a riposte to it, which he published under the title Eikonoklastes ("The Icon-Breaker") in 1649. MIlton's work failed to significantly alter popular ideas of Charles as a martyr. , Small 8vo 6.5" tall, [4] 247 [5] 58 [18] pp .

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        Thurn and Kirchen St. Elisabeth in Breslau [.] Anno 1649. den 14 Augusti [.]. [Kosciol sw. Elzbiety po katastrofie budowlanej w dniu 14.08.1649]

      - Typ: rycina; Haslo: Wroclaw (Breslau); Przyn. adm.: wojewodztwo dolnoslaskie (wroclawskie); Sygnatura: Rycina sygnowana na plycie: "P. Troschel Sculpsit. GB Inventor".; Technika: Miedzioryt (nowa odbitka ze starej plyty) na kartonie; Format: 530x407 (odcisk plyty).; Datowanie: Ok. 1649.; Pochodzenie: Z teki: Jan Kuglin: Dawne miedzioryty slaskie z plyt przechowywanych w Bibliotece Uniwersyteckiej we Wroclawiu. Wroclaw 1949.; Inf o autorze: Peter Troschel (Drossel lub Tröschel) (ok. 1620 - Norymberga - po 1667) plodny miedziorytnik, autor wielu prac (glownie portrety i ilustracje ksiazkowe), zob. Th B. t.33 ss.431-432 (wymienia rycine).; Literatura: Zob. Czerner 1989 poz. 80 oraz Ikonografia Wroclawia. T.1 Grafika poz. 14.; Uwagi: Efektowna odbitka ze starej plyty, rycina duzego formatu. Kosciol farny sw. Elzbiety, gotycki, ceglany, wznoszony etapowo od 1309 do 1482, od 1525 kosciol ewangelicki, w 1649 runely trzy filary korpusu sklepienia i sciana polnocna, odbudowany do 1653, bazylika, zob. Atlas zabytkow s. 410 i obszerniej Slask 2006 ss.970-974 z planem.; Kategorie tematyczne: architektura koscioly / Architektur Kirchen/Kirche / architecture churches/church / Kupferstich / engraving; Rycina w stanie dobrym, widoczne zalamanie karty.

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        The Holy Bible:

      London: Printed by the company of Stationers,, 1649. Containing The Old Testament and the New: Newly translated out of the originall Tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised: By his Majesties speciall commandment. With most profitable Annotations upon all the hard places, and other things of great importance: Which notes have never before been set forth with this new Translation: But are now placed in due order with great care and industrie. Quarto (228 × 171 mm). Contemporary English binding of dark green goatskin; sides with gilt outer double frame enclosing a central cottage-roof design onlaid in dark red goatskin, gilt leaf sprays; spine with gilt rules either side of raised bands, compartments ruled around in gilt with a double fillet, comb-marbled endpapers, edges gilt over contemporary edge paintings, the fore-edge with quotation from Psalms 119:38 ("Stablish thy word unto thy servant, who is devoted to thy fear"); metalwork furniture of cornerpieces, central lozenge supralibros on both covers with Atkins arms, catches, and clasps (lower clasp lacking). Royal ruled in red throughout. Printed in two columns; in two parts, collates A-2Q8 2R4 2S2, 3A-3Q8 (a later printing of the same date has continuous register). Binder's blank flyleaf with lengthy 17th-century ownership inscription of Sam Atkins recording his receipt of the book, formerly owned by his father (d. 1670), from his sister Hanah [sic], former wife of Robert Wilson, on 9 August 1690; with an earlier Atkins inscription dated 1669 crossed through; later ownership inscription of Henrietta Nicolls, 1842. Joints and headcaps skilfully repaired, light even toning, an excellent copy. A handsome binding, the covers incorporating an onlaid cottage-roof design, with metalwork furniture and charming contemporary painted decoration to all three edges. The text is the King James or Authorized version, with the Geneva notes and Franciscus Junius's notes on Revelation; the Apocrypha is not included in this edition.

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      [Moscow], 1649 A very rare imprint of the well-known text of the Oktoechos ("The Book of the Eight Tones). Text in Church Slavonic. Folio (14" x 8-1/2") Contemporary full-leather binding over wooden boards with clasps and the Holy Cross in gilt. Beautifully printed in red and black throughout on strong paper. With numerous initials and headpieces in woodcut. In pretty good condition for its age. Very Rare. Click two times on the image to enlarge. For more images please visit our website.. HB.

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        Opera Historica Omnia; Burgundica, Austriaca, Belgica: De Rebus a Principibus Burgundis Atque Austriacis, Qui Belgis Imperarunt, Pace Belloque Praeclare Gestis.

      Lovanii : Typus ac sumpt. I Coppenii 1649 - 3 parts in 1 volume. 32 cm. Folio. Full contempory calf. Spine gilt with 6 raised bands. Cover rubbed, joints inexpertly repaired. Red and black title page. Internally generally very good. A few quires toned. Seminary library stamp on title page. [20], 263, [33], 454, 147 p. One folding table. De Huyter (Delft 1535 - Sint-Truiden 1602)?Burgundy -- History. ?Habsburg, House of. ?Belgium -- History. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Archontologia Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. In very good condition, despite a couple of very small rust stains. Size: 345 × 210 mm. (13½ × 8½ inches) A lovely bird's eye view of Bern and the river Aare running around the city. Title cartouche in top centre with two cherubs on a cloud holding aloft the city's coat of arms which depicts a bear. German text about the city in top right corner, compass in top left and scale in bottom right. Principle buildings in the city are numbered, and along the lower edge their names are given. To the bottom left and right in the foreground of the picture stand elegant gentry in groups on hills overlooking the city.

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      Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 16.25" x 20.75". Beautifully detailed town plan of Tiel in central Holland, circa 1649, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view. Shows the pastoral and maritime nature of the area, with farms, houses, churches and ships in the surrounding waters. Includes two coats of arms. Dutch text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Tooneel der Steden van der Vereenighde Nederlanden" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. Wear and chipping along edges, two small tears to bottom edge. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Jan (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Expert repairs to centerfold. Minor glue residue along top margin.

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        Insularum Britannicarum Accurata Delineatio ex Geographicis Conatibus Abrahami Ortelii

      Amsterdam, 1649. Copper engraving, 39.5 x 51 cms, recent hand-colour, slight toning, French text on verso. Derived from Ortelius’ Parergon map of Roman Britain, this is the second state of Janssonius’ map with rhumb lines and compass roses, issued from 1646 onwards.

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        Wiltonia sive Comitatus Wiltoniensis. Anglis Wilshire

      Amsterdam, 1649. Copper engraving, 40.5 x 50.5 cms, recent hand-colour, slight spotting, French text on verso.

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      Frankfurt: , 1649. [Edinburgh] Size: 305 × 395 mm. Copperplate engraving. Very good condition, folds as issued. A wonderful engraving of the city of Edinburgh, as it was when Merian first published it during the seventeenth century. The castle is seen seen to the left, with the city spread out below it. Ships are seen beyond the port of Leith on the Firth of Forth. Two men on horseback gallop towards the city in the foreground, and a coat of arms is found in the top left corner. Merian was a Swiss born engraver and publisher, who lived and worked in Frankfurt. Published in the "Neuwe Archontologia Cosmica".

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      PIETRO DELL'ISOLA 1649-51 Palermo, Pietro dell'Isola, 1649-51. Tre volumi in 4to;pp. 6n.nn., 64, 562, 12n.nn.; 4n.nn.,688; 216 err. num. 168,760 err.num.762. A ciascun volume occhietto, titoli in rosso e nero, testo inquadrato. Molte illustrazioni silografate nel testo raffiguranti monete, medaglie, stemmi nobiliari, iscrizioni, piante della città di Falcando, Ranzano, Fazello, Valguarnera. Opera monumentale "che cominciando dalla fondazione della città e dagli anni avanti Cristo 2077 incirca, finisce nel presente anno dopo Cristo 1649, nella quale si ordisce una lunga tela di quasi 3700 anni. Divisa in XI periodi o ere che dir vogliamo, cioè: eroica, cartaginese, romana, sacra, greca o constantinopolitana, saracena, normanna, sveva, francese, aragonese, austriaca. Nella terza parte è l'apparato di Palermo nobile, ossia la storia di sei famiglie reali che regnarono in Sicilia ed in Palermo. L'altro di più di 220 nobili famiglie, che in diversi gradi di dignità Palermo governarono". Edizione originale. Brunet III, 455; Moncada, 1128: "Opera di eccezionale rarità, quasi impossibile a trovarsi completa del III volume"; Cat. Platneriana, pag.249: "Opera assai rara. Il Palermo Nobile, parte terza, è ricercatissimo"; Mira I, pag. 492: "Opera sommamente pregiata, e gli esemplari sono rari". 5 immagini allegate.

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        Topographia Enchusae

      Amsterdam - Exquisite town plan of Enkhuizen, circa 1649, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view. Beautifully detailed, with delicately rendered ships in the various waterways around the city. Includes two coats of arms. Dutch text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Tooneel der Steden van der Vereenighde Nederlanden" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Minor chipping along edges, tear to left edge. Crease to upper left corner. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.5" x 20".

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      1649. Very Good. (ROGERS, Daniel, et al.) THE ESSEX WATCHMEN'S WATCHWORD to the inhabitants of the said county respectively, dwelling under their several charges, by way of Apologetical Account, of the true Grounds of their first Engagement with them in the Cause of God, King and Parliament, for their Vindication from unjust Aspersions. Also by way of faithful Premonition of the dangerous evil latent in a printed Paper, entituled, The Agreement of the People, intended to be Tendred to them for Subscription. London: Printed for Ralph Smith, at the sign of the Bible near the Royal Exchange, 1649. First edition. The last two pages are a printed list of 63 ministers, beginning with Daniel Rogers, who endorsed this publication. The imprimatur (Ja. Cranford, 15 February 1648) is printed at the bottom of the last page. Small quarto. A-B4 18.2 x 14 cm. [2], 14 pp. Bound in later brown cloth-backed marbled boards, with a small typed label on upper board. Ex library, with minimal marks: an oval ink stamp on the outer margin, and a small library number on the inner margin of p. 1. This tract was written in support of `The Agreement of the People,' the army's petition for tolerance, when it was sent down for the Essex ministers to sign. Daniel Rogers (1573-1652) drew up `The Essex Watchmen's Watchword' on behalf of the presbyterians, and was the first to sign it, protesting against the toleration of any who refused to sign the 'Agreement.' A couple of small spots on the t.p., else a clean and very good copy. Rare. (D.N.B.; Wing E3342A).

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        Novum ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Foederate . [With:] Novum ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Regiae

      - Amsterdam: Blaeu, [1649]. Folio. (20 5/8 x 13 3/8 inches). Latin text. On paper guards throughout. Engraved title page to each volume, with titles on printed overslips, 223 engraved maps. Eighteenth century red morocco, elaborately bordered in gilt, expert restoration at edges and joints, spine with raised bands in eight compartments, black morocco lettering piece in the second, the others with an overall repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. The third edition in Latin of Blaeu's famous town books of the Netherlands, here bound in 18th-century English red morocco: a magnificent depiction of the Dutch Golden Age. "Of all the Blaeu atlases, the townbooks of the Netherlands are held in the highest esteem in the Netherlands. This is partly due to the fact that their composition is linked up with the struggle for independence from Spain of the Dutch Republic in the 17th century" (Koeman). This copy with slightly variant titles to Koeman Bl 66 and Bl67, printed on mounted overslips and without page numbers (otherwise collating as per Koeman). "In his third edition we find the same views and plans arranged in nearly the same order as in the second edition, but a smaller number of plates [i.e. mapsheets], as several half sheets of the first edition have been combined to make whole sheets . Several plans have been amended, some of them to a considerable extent . The text has been reset . This third edition is extended with extracts from the privileges granted by Philip II and Louis XIV" (Koeman). In the seventeenth century, the Dutch hegemony in ship building and navigation engendered their dominance in mapmaking. At the lead of this field was the Blaeu family. Willem Janszoon Blaeu first studied mathematics and navigation under the famous astronomer Tycho Brahe in 1594, opening his own instrument and globe making shop in Amsterdam in 1599. Shortly thereafter, Willem Blaeu would open a printing house, specializing in works on navigation. The Blaeu family's first world atlas, modestly titled the Atlantis Appendix as it was considered a continuation of the atlases by Ortelius, Mercator and Hondius, was first published in 1630 by Willem Blaeu with his son Joan Blaeu, the official cartographers of the Dutch East India Company. The acclaim that Blaeu's atlases have always received is based primarily upon the extremely high production standards found within. The quality of the engraving and the paper are of the highest order, placing them in the first rank among seventeenth century illustrated books. Blaeu's maps and town plans are embellished in the Baroque style, and many rank among the most beautiful ever made. This set, beautifully bound in 18th century red morocco, is from the noted libraries of Henry B. H. Beaufoy (a member of parliament and a fellow of the Royal Society noted for his library which included the first four folios of Shakespeare) and the Viscount Leverhulme (a noted industrialist, art collector and founder of the Lady Lever Art Gallery). Koeman, Bl 66 and 67 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sylloge Variorum Tractatuum Anglico quidem idiomate & ab Auctoribus Anglis conscriptorum sed in linguam Latinam translatorum; Quibus Caroli Magnæ Britan. Franciæ et Hiberniæ Regis Innocentia Illustratur et Parricidium injustissimè & immanissimè

      VG. 1649. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary calf rebacked and recornered, four raised bands on spine and spine label bearing gilt titles, boards with gilt oval containing the arms of Petrus de Villars Archbishop of Vienna (there were 3 Archbishop Villars of Vienna, the last died in 1663), some surface wear to boards, small ink stamp of a lion with the initial C under it on ffep, internally clean and bright, pagination ([8], 46, [2], 40, 56, 55, [1], 24, [2], 43-94, [10], 148, 24, 64.pp) matches that given by the ESTC. , This work contains 16 tracts originally published between 1641 and 1649 and here collected together and translated into Latin, presumably for a European readership. These tracts are by a number of different authors including John Gauden, William Prynne, William Sedgwick and John Cook (bap. 1608, d.1660), with each tract having a seperate title page dated 1648 or 1649. John Cook's name appears on just one tract but also on the main title page and so one assumes he was the translator. John Cook was a judge who acted as Solicitor-General at the trial of King Charles I, a trial which Cook called "the most comprehensive, impartial, and glorious piece of justice that ever was acted" and claimed that he "went as cheerfully about it, as to a Wedding". His involvement in the trial would see him executed for treason in 1660. , Small 4to .

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        Urkunde 1649 - Sündelbeckisches Siechenhaus. Urkunde, das Sündelbeckische Siechenhaus betreffend. Handschrift auf Pergament

      Osnabrück, 5. Mai 1649. Quer-4to. 1 Seiten mit anhängendem Original-Siegel der Stadt Osnabrück (Durchmesser 3,5 cm) in Holzkassette - In der Urkunde wird die Obligation der Stadt zugunsten Röttger Deichmanns (Dyckmann) vom 23. Mai 1633 über 111 Reichstaler erwähnt. Ausgestellt durch den Richter Johannes Meyer "als Verwahrer des Hofes und Armen zu Sündelbecke" und mit Unterschrift Wilhelm Ledeburs. Im Falz unbedeutender Textverlust, schwach fleckig -

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      [London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, 1649].. 8pp. Quarto. Extracted from bound pamphlet volume. Early index number in top margin of first leaf, otherwise near fine. First edition. A late publication by Ward, published after his return to England from the Massachusetts-Bay Colony, and two years after the publication of his most widely known work, THE SIMPLE COBLER OF AGGAWAM. A second part, not attributed to Ward and signed by "A Lover of Truth and Liberty," subsequently appeared in the same format. ESTC locates 9 copies in North America. ESTC R203432. WING W781a. THOMASON E.530

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      Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14" x 18.25". Beautifully detailed town plan of Steenwijk in northeastern Holland, circa 1649, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view. Features the fortress and the town within it, and the surrounding pastoral landscape. Includes two coats of arms. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Stains in margins, small tear to bottom center.

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        Emda." Ansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Befestigungsanlagen, im Vordergrund die Ems mit hübscher Schiffsstaffage

      Kolorierter Kupferstich aus J. Blaeu's Städtebuch 1649. 42.5x53 cm. - Koeman 1 Bl 736 - Albers 4-02.8 - Dekoratives Blatt mit 2 grossen Wappen.

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        Haerlems schuyt-praetjen op 't redres vande West-Indische Compagnie

      Exposing the vices of the Dutch West India Company in Brazil, championing Portugal´s cause. 1649. [Amsterdam?]. In 4to (205 mm x 150 mm). 12 ff. Later half vellum over paper boards, upper portion of boards mildly darkened. Modern bookplate on front pastedown, unobtrusive contemporary ink notation on outer corners of recto of all leaves, tanned, untrimmed, nice copy. First edition of this interesting 17th century pamphlet of black propaganda; it champions the Portuguese cause in Brazil while exposing the vices of the Dutch West India Company. During 1649, while waiting for Amsterdam's municipal council to reconvene and vote on a resolution in favor of the Company, a series of anonymous pamphlets, politically motivated for the Portuguese cause, were published to persuade the town councilors to the Portuguese side. The tracts, cleverly published in dialogue format and usually embedded in a familiar setting, such as the market or the public house, took on "the colloquial tone of the middle and lower classes" (Asher) in order to communicate with a larger audience. Asher emphasizes the ingenuity of the framework of this particular type of Portuguese propaganda: "Leaving his actors to expose all the grievances of the country against Portugal, with much power and vehemence, the author seems to be quite impartial; but he has always a personage at hand who refutes all these charges or shows them to be mere trifles with the wrongs of the West-India-Company."The present pamphlet translates to "Harlem's Boat-talk on the Reformation of the West-India-Company"; according to European Americana, it is sometimes attributed to Cornelis Melin and is a dialogue between Mr. Keyser and Mr. Coninck, disputing the responsibility of the States of Holland to subsidize the Company's operations and subtly urging Portugal's call for peace. European Americana, 649/61. Sabin, 7586 & 29505. Borba de moraes, 389. Asher, 262.

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      Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 13.75" x 19.75". Absolutely stunning town plan of Hasselt in northeastern Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the fortress and the town within it, and ships in the surrounding river. Includes two coats of arms, both of which are hand burnished with beautiful gold leaf. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Tears and chipping to edges.

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        Les Passions de l'Ame

      Paris: Chez Henry Le Gras, 1649. First Edition. RARE. Bound in the original calf boards; rebacked in brown calf, gilt-tooled label; original marbled endpages; all edges gilt. There is minor wear to the corners and edges with slight bumping and a few small chips to the leather. Text clean and tight. Includes woodcut initials and tailpieces. This French edition was published simultaneously with the Elzevier edition in Amsterdam. In this final work by Descartes, he applies his "mechanistic physiology" to a study of the relationship between mind and body, ultimately making a distinction between voluntary and involuntary actions. xlviii + 286 pages. Very good condition.

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        Thesaurus philologicus, seu clavis scripturae: qua quicquid fere orientalium, Hebraeorum maxime, & Arabum.

      Zürich, J. J. Bodmer, 1649. - (10 Bl.), 616 S. 4°. Lederband der Zeit auf 4 Bünden. Erste Ausgabe eines der der Hauptwerke des Züricher reformierten Theologen und Orientalisten. - Jöcher II, 1728; ADB. - Dem biographisch-bibliographischen Kirchenlexikon zufolge bildet das Werk eine Einleitung in das Alte Testament, "covering a wide range of biblical scholarship, firmly founded on sound Hebrew scholarship, and knowledge of Jewish commentators." Hottinger (1620-1667) studierte in Zürich, Genf, Groningen und Leiden, bereiste England und Frankreich, wurde 1642 Dozent am Collegium Humanitatis und am Lectorium in Zürich und lehrte Kirchengeschichte, Kirchenrecht, Orientalistik und alttestamentliche Theologie und Rhetorik. "1655 folgte H. einem Ruf an die im Wiederaufbau begriffene Universität Heidelberg, wurde 1656 Kirchenrat und erneuerte das Collegium Sapientiae. 1661 kehrte er auf Wunsch Zürichs in seine Heimatstadt zurück. Er nahm 1667 einen Ruf an die Universität Leiden an, ertrank jedoch vor Antritt der Reise in der Limmat" (DBE). VD 17 12: 123709; ADB XIII, 192 f.; Vgl. DBE V, 187 u. Jüdisches Lexikon II, 1683. Titelbl. gering fleckig; sonst von guter Erhaltung. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Dictionaire Servant de Bibliotheque Universelle ou Recueil Succinct de Toutes Les Plus Belles Matieres de la Theologie, de L'Histoire, du Droict, de la Poesie, de la Cosmographie, de la Chronologie, de a Fable, de la Medecine, de la Chirurgie & de la Pharmacie

      Antoine de Sommaville, Paris, 1649. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary calf, elaborately gilt spine. Corners bumped and rounded, hinges rubbed, wear at spine ends, inner joint cracked, occasional damp stains, mostly mild, scattered foxing. Small library label on the front board and an old bookplate inside the front cover. An attractively printed and curiously organized dictionary - an early attempt at encyclopedic completeness that led to Bayle's Dictionaire Historique et Critique (1997) and Diderot and D'Alembert's great Encyclopédie. Organized by word endings and published 14 years after Cardinal Richlieu called for the creation of a French Dictionary but 45 years before the first edition of the Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française. Title page in red and black, (6) 1198, (70)pp. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Reference; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043917. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        The Epistles

      The Epistles of Jacob Behmen aliter, Teutonicus Philosophus. Very usefull and necessary for those that read his writings, and are very full of excellent and plaine Instructions how to attaine to the Life of Christ. Translated out of the German Language. London: Printed by M. Simmons for Gyles Calvert, at the Black Spread Eagle, at the West end of Pauls Church, 1649.First English edition. Rebound in ¼ leather with marbled boards. Condition of this book is quite worn, browning to all pages, pages end torn, text complete. No blank papers, Title page, 11 pages preface to the reader, not numbered, 215 pages epistles, 1 title page Testimonie, 29 pages Testimonie, 16 pages Table of the Contents, 1 page Errata,, 1 blank end paper. I. english edition, extremly rare

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        Examen vande valsche resolutie van de heeren burgemeesters ende raden tot Amsterdam. Op´t stuck vande West-Indische Compagnie

      Early tract on the activities of the Dutch West India Company in Brazil. 1649. Amsterdam. Abraham de Bruyn. In 4to (197 mm x 145 mm). 36. Later half vellum, a little rubbed. Some age toning, else fine, modern bookplate on front pastedown. First edition. A Meticulously framed response to the skillfully-framed Portuguese black propaganda: ?Copye vande resolutie van de heeren burgemeesters ende raden tot Amsterdam?, a fictitious account of a meeting of the Amsterdam municipal council published the same year. The propaganda claimed the cessation of financial support of the Dutch West India Company; this work translates to "Examination of the false resolution of the Burgomasters and council of Amsterdam on the question of the West India Company". The author refutes the accusation that the Burgomasters of Amsterdam were in favor of abandoning their financial support to the Dutch West India Company after the Portuguese Rising in Brazil, an act which would have penurised many small investors in the scheme. Sabin 23344. Asher 253. Borba de Moraes 297.

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        Het Eerste Deel Van de Tragedische ofte klaechlijcke Historien : inhoudende xviij waerachtige geschiedenissen, welckers begin lief ende genuechlijck is, maer het eynde vol swarigheyts ende verdriets [...] [...]

      Utrecht ; Simon de Vries (1649), 1650. 1st Edition in this form. Description: [12] Bl., 668 S : Kupfert. ; 12°. Referenced by OCLC 551884455. Auteur is Matteo Bandello. Vertalers uit het Italiaans naar het Frans zijn Pierre Boaistuau en Franc¸ois de Belleforest.Contents: I, III, V. ... Inhoudende xviii waerachtige geschiedenissen, welckers begin, lief ende genuechlijck is, maer het eynde vol swarigheyts ende verdriets / eerst beschreven in het Italiaans : ende nu uyt de Franc¸oysche in de Nederlantsche tale over-geset door Isaac de Bert. II. ... in welcke begrepen sijn seer jammerlijcke feyten, waarachtich geschiet, tot spiegel van alle menschen / ... in onse Nederlandsche sprake overgeset door M. Merten Everaerts. IV, VI-VII. ... in welcke begrepen sijn seer jammerlijcke feyten, waarachtich geschiet, tot spiegel van alle menschen. IX. Thoonneel van de wereltsche veranderinge deses tijdts : zijnde het neghende ende laeste deel van de tragedische historien, waerlijk geschiet in Asia en Europa : getrocken uyt verscheyde schrijvers / nu nieuwelijcks uyt de Franc¸oische in onse Nederduytsche tale over-geset door F[elix] v[an] S[ambix] Impressum dl. 2: Tot Utrecht : by Lambert Roeck. Very good copy bound in contemporary limp vellum over bevelled boards; the title applied in ink (manuscript) to the upper spine. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        Austriaci Caesares Mariae Annae Austriacae potentisimae Hisapniarum reginae in dotale auspicium exhibiti

      Mailand, L. Monza 1649.. gr.-8°. 176 S. Mit Kupfertit. u. 13 Kupfertaf. v. F. Agnellus Pgmt: d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit. Taf. 2 im w. unt. Rd. etw. beschnitten. Praz 443; Graesse V, 111 - Die großen umrahmenden Wappenkupfer mit jew. 1Portrait-Medaillon der einzelnen Habsburger-Regensten, beginnend mit Rudolf I. bis Ferdinand III.

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        Descriptio Regni Japoniæ. Cum quibusdam affinis materiæ, Ex variis auctoribus collecta et in ordinem redacta

      Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium 1649. . First edition, two volumes, 16mo, (xlviii), 267, (1); (viii), 320 pp. Engraved title in volume I plus a folding table, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplates of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa (“It rises again more glorious”), spines a little worn with slight loss to tops An important early work on Japan, including a translation of Schouten’s account of Siam. Varenius is best known for his “Geographia Generalis”, published by Elzevir the following year. Willems 1095.

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      Kopergravure, 1649 - . Blaeu. Herkomst: 'Toonneel der Steden'. Verso: Latijnse tekst. Afmeting: 57,5 x 47,5 cm.

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        Descriptio Fluminum Rheni, Vahalis Et Mosae

      Amsterdam: Koeman, 1649. Map. Very Good. 14-3/4 x 19-1/2 inches. Beautifully detailed copper plate engraving of the Central Netherlands, composed by famed Dutch cartographer, Jan Janssonius. Extremely rare edition of this chart where the three great rivers flow to within a few kilometers of each below Wesel. The scale allows most of the larger towns to be depicted by miniature plans showing fortifications. Title cartouche in bottom right of upper chart. Scale displayed in center. Extracted from Koemans Atlantes Neerlandici and containing text from the atlas on reverse of sheet. The original plates for this map were later acquired by Willem Blaeu, who then used them for his own, more modern cartographic publications. Minor discoloration to page. Slight chipping, mostly across top border, but not affecting the body of the chart. Vertical center crease from atlas extraction. Overall, a superior and extremely rare map in excellent condition.

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        Lincolnia Comitatus Anglis Lyncolneshire

      Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 50 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161

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        Hantoniae Comitatus cum Bercheria

      Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 44.5 x 55.5 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161

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        Anglia Regnum

      Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 39 x 49.5 cms, recent hand-colour, light spotting, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161

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        Cestria Comitatus Palatinatus. The Countye Palatine of Chester

      Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 50 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161

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        Comitatus Dorcestria vulgo Anglice Dorsetshire

      Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 38 x 49.5 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161

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