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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

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG]
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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, '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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        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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        Cumbria & Westmoria. Vulgo Cumberland & Westmorland

      Amsterdam, 1649. Amsterdam, 1649. Copper engraving, 42.5 x 54 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Map

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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 - 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. Jacques Guillemeau (1550?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. 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. Association copy. Dr. Samuel Clark Harvey?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. ?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. 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 Guillemeau?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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sergeant Thorpe, Judge of Assize for the Northern Circuit, His

      , 1649. 1649. Important Essay on Magna Carta bound with Scarce Pamphlets on Property and Judicial Administration Thorpe, Francis [1595-1665]. Sergeant Thorpe, Judge of Assize for the Northern Circuit, His Charge, As it Was Delivered to the Grand-Jury at Yorke Assizes the Twentieth of March, 1648. Clearly Epitomizing the Statutes Belonging to this Nation, Which Concerns (And as a Golden Rule, Ought to Regulate) the Severall Estates and Conditions of Men. And (Being Duly Observed) Do Really Promote the Peace and Plenty of this Common-wealth. London: Printed by T: W: for Mathew Walbancke, and Richard Best, 1649. [ii], 30 pp. Only edition, one of two issues from 1649. [Bound with] Collet, Henry. A Treatise on the Laws of England; Concerning Estates in Lands, Advowsons, Or Hereditaments, Of What Kind Soever; Advising Persons Interested Therein, Either as Purchasers, Mortgagees, Or Otherwise, --As Well as Conveyancers, What Methods are Proper to be Used in Relation to the Security of Titles to Such Estates: With Some Observations on the Laws of Bankruptcy. [London]: Printed by Henry Lintot, 1754. [iv], 74, [2] pp. Only edition. [And] The Oath of a Constable, So Far as It Relates to Apprehending Night-Walkers, And Idle Persons, And His Presenting Offences Contrary to the Statutes Made Against Unlawful Gaming, Tipling, and Drukenness, And for the Suppressing of Them [running title]. [London: Printed by J. Downing, 1701]. 3, [1] pp. First edition. [And] The Obligations of a Justice of the Peace, To be Diligent in the Execution of the Penal-Laws Against Prophaneness and Debauchery, For the Effecting of a National Reformation. In a Letter to a Friend [running title]. [London: Printed and Sold by J. Downing, 1705]. 3, [1] pp. Second edition, one of two issues from 1705 Quarto (7-3/4" x 5-1/2"). Pamphlets bound into contemporary speckled calf, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece, spine ends repaired. Rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn, a few minor scuffs to fore-edges, hinges cracked. Light toning to text, Oath of a Constable somewhat darker and faintly dampstained, light soiling and edgewear to title page of Sergeant Thorpe, last two leaves have pieces torn from fore-edge, just touching the text without loss, slight shaving to side-notes of Oath a

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        Histoire de la Revolution d&#39;Angleterre. Histoire de Charles Ier depuis son avenement jusqu&#39;a sa mort (1625-1649) with Histoire de la Republique D&#39;Angleterre et De Cromwell (1649-1638)

      49) with Histoire de la Republique D'Angleterre et De Cromwell (1649-1638), 1854. 49) with Histoire de la Republique D&#39;Angleterre et De Cromwell (1649-1638), 1854 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Four books of Guizot&#39;s history of the English Civil War in uniform fine bindings that need a little care and attention. Includes the 1854 first edition of Histoire de la Republique D&#39;Angleterre et De Cromwell. With the interesting provanence of the prominent Walpole family. In four volumes. Books I - IV of Guizot&#39;s Histoire de la Revolution d&#39;Angleterre. With the armorial bookplate of Reginald H. Walpole to the front pastedowns of Charles I. With the armorial bookplate of Spencer Walpole to the front pastedowns of Cromwell and of Reginald Walpole to the rear pastedowns of Cromwell. In French. Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot, 1787 1874, was an eminentFrench historian, orator, and statesman. Condition: In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, rubbed, prominent to the spine. The front board of volume two Charles is detached. The front board of Cromwell volume one and the rear board of volume two are held by one cord only, and could detach in the post, even after careful packing. The other joints are starting. Internally, firmly bound, bright, with intermittent scattered foxing. Overall: GOOD ONLY with a VERY GOOD interior..

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        Prospect der Thonau zwischen dem Kalenberg und Bisnberg. [Wien, Leopoldsberg, Bisamberg]

      Frankfurt Merian ff 1649 - Kupferstich aus M. Merian &#132;Topographia Provinciarum Austriacarum". Bildausschnitt 19,5 x 30,5 cm, Blattgr. 30,5 x 38,5 cm Nebehay-Wagner 407/21. Klassische Ansicht der Wiener Pforte, links der Leopoldsberg mit dem Kahlenbergerdorf im Vordergrund, Klosterneuburg im Hintergrund und rechts der Bisamberg; breitrandig und ausgezeichnet erhalten, geglättete Mittelfalz

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        Gesamtansicht, in der Ferne Kornneuburg.

      . Kupferstich von Merian, 1649, 20 x 31 cm (Bugfalte sorgfältig restauriert)..

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        Die Michaeliskirche in Hamburg: 2 altkolorierte Kupferstiche um 1670

      . 2 nebeneinander montierte altkolorierte Kupferstiche mit jeweils zweisprachiger Bildlegende ( Latein und niederländisch ) der alten St. Michaeliskirche in Hamburg: Auf dem einen Blatt: " Vetus templum S. Michaelis situm non procul / De oude Kerk van St. Michiel, gelegen dicht by de Niewe Michhielskerk " / Auf dem anderen Blatt: " Novum templum Michaelis fundari coeptum anno 1649, 26. Aprilis dedicatum anno 1661 - De Niewe Michiels Kerk, waar van het begin is gemaekt in 't jaar 1649; zynde den 14. Maart des Jaars 1661 de erste Predikatie, de Toorn is is volbout in t'Jaar 1668 * ( Schenk exc.; Amstel c. P. ) Bildgröße jeweils 16,5 x 19,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ) jeweils mit hübschem Altkolorit, zusammen unter Passepartout unter Glas gerahmt. ( Rahmenmaß: 30 x 54,5 cm ) Von guter Erhaltung. Rückwärtig auf dem Rahmen 2 montierte Zettel * Im Jahre 1583 legte die St. Nikolai-Gemeinde einen Kirchhof an, der 1600 eine Kapelle erhielt. 1605 wurde die Kirche mit einem Turm erweitert und hiess 1612 St. Michaeliskirche / Für die stark angewachsene St. Michaelis-Gemeinde, die sich 1647 von der Nikoalikirche getrennt hatte, wurde die grosse St. Michaeliskirche gebaut ( 1649-1661 ) *. Ferner mit verso montiertem Widmungsblatt der Gesellschaft für Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        EIKON BASILIKE. The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings. With Prayers Used in the Time of His Restraint. [bound with] The PAPERS Which PASSED At NEW-CASTLE Betwixt His Sacred Majestie and Mr. Al. Henderson Concerning the Change of Church - Government. Anno Domini 1646 [London: Royston, 1649]

      [London]:: Reprinted in Regis Memoriam for John Williams,. 1649.. 24mo: A - H12; ¦12 - 2¦12. 3-13/16" x 2". 1st issue of this edition of Eikon (Madan 34; Almack 37; Wing E-301). 3rd edition of the Papers (Madan 99; Wing C-2535B; cf. Goldsmith 1143, for the 8vo edition), and the one oft found with this miniature edition of Eikon. [8], 175, [9]; [4], 42, [2] pp. Eikon t.p. printed in red & black.. Period brown full calf binding; flat back with 3 raised bands.. Binding worn, with front joint tender. A1 detached. Some leaves. closely trimmed, occasionally affecting running title. A Good copy.. An unusual & scarce edition of this famous Royalist publication, purporting to be the memoirs of the recently executed King. So controversial was it that Parliament commissioned an answer with John Milton&#39;s Eikonoklastes. Milton was the first to cast doubt on its authorship, and Madan&#39;s New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike demonstrated that while Dr. John Gauden was the author, he worked closely from Charles&#39; manuscripts. . Folding frontis (22, second state), preceded by Explanation I. Folding portrait (11: King, Queen, Charles & James).

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        EIKON BASILIKE. THE POURTRAICTURE of His Sacred MAJESTIE In His Solitudes and Sufferings with APOPHTHEGMATA Aurea, Regia, CAROLINA

      London 1649 - FR. (7), 236 pp. Pourtraicture.; 12 pp. Praiers.; (1), 52 pp. Apohthegmata. The Eikon Basilike went through 35 editions in England in 1649. This edtion has the imprint: By W.D. in R.M. Anno Dom. 1649, that is printed by Wlliam Dugard in memory of the king 1649. There is an ongoing controversy, whether or not Charles wrote it. It is generally agreed that Gauden wrote it based on Charles's writings. The folding emblematic design of the frontispiece is signed: Guil: Marshall delinea et sculpsit. Below are 2 columns of of The Explanation of the Emblem, one in Latin , one in English, signed G.D. for Gulielmus Dugard. There are 3 small slits in the frontispiece. title page iin Red & Black; a vignette on the top of page (ii.)12 pp. Praiers. (1), 52 (1) pp. The Apophthegmata Printed by Wlliam Dugard for Francis Eglesfield at the Marigold in St. Paul's Churchyard 1649. Bound in full calf, red & gilt label on spine, all edges gilt, covers taped to endapers, endpapers worn & soiled 1760 & 1799 signatures on free endpapers, modern bookplate on front endpaper. Text age-toned, not foxed or soiled. Photos on Request 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Die Fürst: Statt Stuetgart". Prächtige Gesamtansicht, rechts großes Wappen.

      . Kupferstich von Merian aus Gottfried, "Archontologia", 1649, 21 x 32,5 cm..

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Zuger See im Vgr.

      . Kupferstich aus Gottfried, "Archontologia", 1649, 20,5 x 32 cm..

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, der Rhein im Vgr., mit Legende.

      . Kupferstich von Merian aus Gottfried, "Archontologia", 1649, 21 x 37 cm..

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        "Aquisgranum. Gallis Aix la Chapelle. Germanis et Belgis Aken". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit 2 Wappen.

      . Altkol. Kupferstich aus W.J. Blaeu, "Theatrum urbium Belgicae", 1649, 42 x 52,5 cm.. Vgl. Fauser 17. - Breitrandig und wohl erhalten in schönem Altkolorit.

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        SCAFHUSIA Schaffhausen

      J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. J.L. Gottfried&#39;s Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Verygood condition, darkened centrefold. Size: 38 x 21.5 cm. (15 x 8½ inches). Handsome bird&#39;s eye view of Schaffhausen, with the Rhine in the foreground. Key to the important buildings along lower edge, title at upper centre. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian&#39;s Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried&#39;s chronicles.

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        BIENNA BIEL

      Archontologia Cosmica., 1649. Archontologia Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. In very good condition. Size: 320 × 200 mm. (12½ × 8 inches) A beautiful view from overlooking hills of this Swiss city, known in French as Bienne and in German as Biel. The town of Nydauw is labelled in the background, whilst in the foreground two men gesture towards the city spread out before them. Principal buildings in the city are numbered, and along the lower edge their names are given.

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        'Iuliacensis Et Montensis Ducatus. De Hertoghdommen Gulick en Berghe.':.

      . Kupferstich aus Toonneel des Aerdrycks, ofte Nieuwe Atlas ... b. Blaeu, 1649, 38 x 49,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 2381.2B.2.223. - Zeigt die Herzogtümer Jülich und Berg. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit den Wappen der Herzogtümer. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Maßstab. - Unten links Titelkartusche.

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        Provincia Basilicatae seu Lucaniae Cum confinijs

      Salerno - Campania - Basilicata 1649 - Carta geografica in cui sono raffigurati con vedute prospettiche di fantasia, tutti i centri in cui si trovavano i conventi dell'Ordine dei cappuccini. Margine graduato su tutto il perimetro. Alla carta è allegato un foglio con ricca cornice, incisa anch'essa su lastra di rame, con elenco e numero dei luoghi e dei religiosi mm 214x318

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        BARTHOLOMAEI PERDULCIS DOCTOR MEDICI PARISIENSIS, UNIVERSA MEDICINA

      Imp Jacobi Carteron - Lugduni. 944 pág + 72. 24x18,5. 1649. Latín. N° de ref. de la librería 5.5 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht von einem erhöhten Standpunkt, rechts die Donau; mit gestoch. Erkl. A - Z und Aa - Ee.

      . Kupferstich von Merian, 1649, 24,5 x 37,5 cm..

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        Provincia Cosentina Cum confinijs

      Calabria - Cosenza 1649 - mm 218x317

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        Territorrii francofurtensis, Blaeu anno 1649, coat of arms

      Territorrii francofurtensis, ,. Please read german text.

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        'Nova Et Accurata Poli Arctici et terrarum Circum Iacentium Descriptio. - Amstelodami, apud Ioannem Ianßonium.':.

      . kolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1649, 41 x 52,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Burden, The Mapping of North America, 250; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 0020:C1. - 2. State - our map without text on the back - Burden don't know. - Zeigt den Nordpol mit den anliegenden Ländern Amerika, Europa u. Russland.

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        La Passion de nostre Seignevr, en vers burlesques. Dédiée aux Ames Deuotes

      Paris:: widow [of] Jean Remy,, 1649.. Paris: widow [of] Jean Remy, 1649. 4to Bound with: Reproches de S. Pierre, et des deux Larrons, à Iudas sur la douloureuse Passion de Nostre Sauveur Iesus-Christ. Paris: widow Musnier, 1649. 2 pamphlets, 4to (220 x 155 mm). Passion: 8 pp. Small woodcut crucifixion cut on title, signed R. T. (Nagler 3791). Reproches: 8 pp. IHS cut on title, woodcut headpiece. Foxing. Early buckram, central gold-stamped supralibros of Frédéric Lachèvre (1855-1943), with his bookplate. ***only editions of two very rare rhyming vernacular accounts of the Passion, sometimes cited as extreme examples of the mid-17th-century vogue in France for burlesque verse. While the burlesque originated in Italy, and had found expression in France much earlier, notably in the satires of Mathurin Régnier, it was Paul Scarron?s Virgile travesti, of which the first parts were published in 1648, that launched a mania for parodying noble and elevated subjects by showing them in a brutally realistic light using popular and often scurrilous language, often in octosyllabic verse. Thus were published dozens of burlesque parodies of Virgil, other classical authors, myths and legends, and hundreds of political pamphlets in the same satirical vein. The fad reached the point that even innocuous verses were written in the same meter and rhyme scheme and labeled "burlesque": such is the case here. Although written in colloquial verse (Ecce Homo, for example, becomes "Messieurs, l?homme voila"), the Passion is essentially a simple paraphrase of the gospel accounts of Jesus? final days; neither blasphemous nor even disrespectful (except of course to Jews) it is in fact an easy to read, down-home, affecting version of the eternal tale. Its consequent popularity would explain the pamphlet?s present rarity. The uneven printing shows that it was printed quickly and cheaply, for a lark or more likely to make money, since the Burlesque, at that moment, sold books. "So far went the frenzy, that no bookseller would meddle on any terms without burlesque; insomuch that Ann. 1649 was at Paris printed a serious treatise with [the present] title" (T.Rymer [silently translating Pelisson & d'Olivet], in European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and Criticism [1918], p. 208). The Reproches is a more disturbing piece for its virulently anti-semitic tone. It is an emotional dialogue between a remorseful Peter, suicidal Judas, and the two thieves of the Gospel of Luke. Although evidently unrelated to politics, both titles were included by Moreau in his bibliography of Mazarinades. This volume belonged to the bibliographer and book collector Frédéric Lachèvre, who devoted himself to "the forgotten and neglected of the reign of Louis XIII in the 17th century, of whom he became the historian" (Wiki). OCLC locates no copies of the Passion in US libraries; there are copies at the Ste. Geneviève and Mazarine libraries, Cambridge Univ., and the Sachsische Landesbibliothek. Of the Reproches OCLC and the Cat. collectif de France list copies at Harvard, the Univ. of Manchester, the same French libraries and the Municipal Library of Amiens. Passion: Moreau, Bibliographie des mazarinades 2733; Pelisson & d'Olivet, Histoire de l'Académie française, I (1858), p. 80. Reproches: Moreau 3461.

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        Dictionaire Servant de Bibliotheque Universelle ou Recueil Succinct de Toutes Les Plus Belles Matieres de la Theologie, de L&#39;Histoire, du Droict, de la Poesie, de la Cosmographie, de la Chronologie, de a Fable, de la Medecine, de la Chirurgie & d

      Paris: Antoine de Sommaville, 1649. Paris: Antoine de Sommaville, 1649. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). 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&#39;s Dictionaire Historique et Critique (1697) and Diderot and D&#39;Alembert&#39;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&#39;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.

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        Angre urbis Tercerae que Insularum quas Azores vocant maxima . Venice.

      Archontologia Cosmica. 1649. - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 33 x 20.5 cm. (13 x 8 inches). In fine condition. A Beautiful view of the town of Angra on Tercera in the Azores.

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        Rudolphus I. Imperator Germaniae Instaurator. Descriptus et in Acad. Argentorat. solenne ad examen propositus Praeside Jo. Henr. Boeclero Histor. Prof. Ordin. Straßburg, S. Pauli 1672. 4°. 27 nn.Bll., mit Kupfertitel, Hlwd. d. 19. Jhdts.

      . . VD17 39:122291B.- Seltene Dissertation des Juristen Johann Sebastian Gambs (1649-1654) über Rudolph I. unter dem Vorsitz v. Johann Heinrich Boeckler.- Etw. braunfleckig, Kupfertitel knapprandig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Emda

      Blaeu, Johann, 1649. "Emda". Vogelschauansicht. Kupf. (von J. Blaeu aus dem Städtebuch, 1649). Mit 2 Wappen. 42,5:53 cm.. Zeigt Emden.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek]
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        Brvge

      Blaeu, J., 1649. "Bruge". Vogelschauansicht. Kupferstich von J. Blaeu (aus seinem Städtebuch, 1649). Mit ornament. Titelkart., Wappen und 2 ornament. Kart. mit Legende. 40:50,5 cm..

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        Dordrecht

      Blaeu, Johann, 1649. "Dordrecht". Vogelschauansicht. Kupf. von J. Blaeu (aus seinem Städtebuch, 1649). Mit Rollwerkskart., 2 Wappen u. Legende 1-31. 42:53 cm..

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        Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederatae, Ad praesentis temporis faciem expressum A Ioanne Blaeu, Amstelaedamensi.

      Amsterdam: J. Blaeu 1649 - Amsterdam: J. Blaeu, [1649]. Second Latin edition. Engraved title page (contemporary old coloured and heightened in gold) + 139 mostly double-page plates, all finely coloured by a contemporary hand. Original Dutch publisher's atlas binding in maroon leather gilt (restored), gilt-panelled with large central gilt arabesque, spine in eight compartments with raised bands, gilt edges. Collector's stamp "Walter Ashburner - Firenze" on frontispice and on last page, the same owner signature on the back of the front cover dated "Firenze,1908". The second edition of Blaeu's Latin town atlas of the Netherlands differs from the first edition by the different distribution of the towns over the two volumes. Twenty-six maps from the second volume (Spanish Netherlands) of the first edition have now been incorporated in this first volume of the second edition. "Of all the Blaeu atlases, the townbooks of the Netherlands are held in the highest esteem in the Netherlands." (Koeman I, p. 295). Van der Krogt 2, 43:112.1; Koeman, BL64 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lovanium Vulgo Loven

      1649. Kupferstich-Plan von J. Blaeu, ca. 1649. Ca. 37,5 x 49 cm.. Plan von Löwen aus der Vogelschau. Links unten Titelkartusche, nebenstehend ein Soldat, unten rechts Legende zu den nummerisch Kennzeichnungen des Planes (Notarium Explicatio), oberhalb dieser Tafel ein Globus. In der linken oberen Ecke dekoratives Wappen mit einem Löwen, in der rechten oberen Ecke ein weiterer Wappenschild, beide koloriert. Mit lateinischem Rückentext. Prachtvolle Ansicht aus Blaeus berühmten Stedebok, hier in der lateinischen Ausgabe "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae".

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        Ostenda Obsessa et Capta ab Alberto et Isabella d.g. Archiducib. Burgundiae, Brbantiae, etc. Com Flandriae, etc.

      1649. Kupferstich-Plan von J. Blaeu, ca. 1649. Ca. 37,5 x 48,5 cm.. Plan von Ostende aus der Vogelschau mit einer Insetkarte der Stadt oben links aus größerer Distanz betrachtet. Links unten Titelkartusche sowie Legende zu den Kennzeichnungen des Planes, die rechts unten in einer weiteren Legende fortgesetzt werden. In der rechten oberen Ecke dekoratives Wappen mit einem Löwen, darunter zusätzlich ein Wappen mit drei Schlüsseln von Hand eingezeichnet, beide Wappen koloriert. Mit lateinischem Rückentext. Prachtvolle Ansicht aus Blaeus berühmten Stedebok, hier in der lateinischen Ausgabe "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae".

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        "Embda". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, in den oberen Ecken zwei Wappen.

      . Kupferstich von J. Blaeu, 1649, 41,5 x 52,5 cm.. Fauser 3595. - Aus "Novum ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Foederatae". - Breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        Descriptio Regni Iaponiae cum quibusdam affinis materiae, ex variis auctoribus collecta et in ordinem redacta. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Amsterdam, Elzevier, 1649. Format: 12°.. [48], 267 (recte 287); [8], 120 (recte 320) S.. Mit Kupfertitel (in Pag.) und einer Falttabelle.. Pergament der Zeit mit spanischen Kanten eine Kante abgeschürft, teils minimale Fehlstellen, leicht angestaubt.. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Collectio libri rei publicae elzevirianae I Erste Ausgabe. *** Erste Ausgabe des Hauptwerks des deutschen Geographen Berhard Varen (Varenius; 1622-1650), der hier erstmals ein auf Quellen basiertes System zur Erfassung, Darstellung und Lehre der Geographie schuf, das bis ins 18. Jahrhundert verbindlich blieb und noch heute Fundament der wissenschaftlich akzeptierten Forschung bildet. Der Verleger Ludwig Elzevir veröffentlichte die "Descriptio Regni Japoniae" als erstes Werk der Reihe seiner "Res publicae", seiner Beschreibungen der Staaten der Erde. Der Japan-Band ist der erste, auf Quellenstudien basierte Versuch, den Inselstaat umfassend darzustellen - und zwar in der für alle lesbaren "lingua franca" Latein. Varens besonderer Verdienst liegt dabei in seinem zuverlässigen Quellenstudium: Er verarbeitete Texte und Materialien der katholischen Japan-Mission und zog Schriften protestantischer See- und Kaufleute der Niederländischen Ostindien-Kompanie heran. Dabei begutachtete er seine Quellen durchaus kritisch und lehnte jene ab, die wegen ihrer Unzuverlässigkeit oder zweifelhaften Nachweisbarkeit nicht sinnvoll erschienen. Schon ganz im Sinne der modernen Wissenschaft beginnt er seinen Traktat mit einer Liste der "Autores & Scriptores, ex quibus haec desumta sunt"Varen gibt genaue Auskünfte über die Lage des Archipels, über die Topographie, Geographie, Bevölkerung, Ernährung, Sitten und Gebräuche, Religion, Erziehung, Künste, Wirtschaft, Geldwesen und Militär, Kleidung, Trachten und Totenkult, Missionstätigkeit der Christen, und vieles mehr. Auch die für Japan so bedeutende pazifische Meeresströmung, Kuroshio, die Schwarze Strömung wird schon genannt, ebenso werden Naturkatastrophen, Vulkanismus und ähnliches tangiert. Darüber hinaus enthält der Band eine Beschreibung des Königreichs Siams, des heutigen Thailand von des niederländischen Navigators Willem Corneliszoon Schouten sowie Texte des arabischen Reisenden und Geographen Leo Africanus über Religion in Afrika. Vorsätze gelöst, vier Makulaturstreifen einer spätmittelalterlichen Handschrift mit lateinischem Text sichtbar. Fast gänzlich fleckenfrei und ungebräunt, durchgehend sauber und von ausgezeichneter Erhaltung, sehr schönes Exemplar. Willems 1095. Cordier, Bj 368-69. Laures 451 & 452. Streit V, 1568.

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