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        An Exact Abridgment in English, Of the Commentaries, Or Reports of...

      1650. The First Abridgment of Plowden in English Plowden, Edmund [1518-1585]. H[icks], F[abian], Editor and Translator. [Walter, Sir John [1566-1630], Digestor]. An Exact Abridgment in English, Of the Commentaries, Or Reports of the Learned and Famous Lawyer, Edmond Plowden, An Apprentice of the Common Law. Concerning Diverse Cases and Matters in Law, And the Arguments Thereupon; In the Times of the Reignes of King Edward the Sixth, Queen Mary, King Philip, And Queen Mary, And Queen Elizabeth, With the Exceptions to the Pleadings, And Answers Thereunto; The Resolutions of the Matters in Law, And All Other Principall Matters Arising Upon the Same. By F.H. of the Inner Temple London, Esq. London: Printed by R. White, And T. Roycroft, For Henry Twyford, And Are to be Sold at His Shop in Vine Court in the Middle Temple, 1650. [viii], 232, 62 pp. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary sheep, blind frames to boards, blind rules and small early private-library shelf label to spine, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge. Light rubbing, minor worming to front board, shallow slice to rear, front free endpaper and rear endleaves lacking, armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to front pastedown, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to head of title page. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in a few places, brief corrections in early hand to a few leaves. A handsome copy. * First edition, one of two issues from 1650. Thomas Ashe's Abridgment des Touts les Cases Reportes a Large per Plowden (c. 1597) was the first abridgment of Plowden. An Exact Abridgment was the first in English. A second edition was published in 1659. First published in 1571 and covering the period of 1550-1580, Plowden's Reports marks the transition away from the cumulative method of the Year Books to one based on exposition and commentary. In most respects it is a precursor of the modern law report. The Earls of Macclesfield owned one of the finest private libraries in Great Britain. Counting both issues, OCLC locates 11 copies of the first edition in North America, 6 in law libraries (Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, Yale). English Short-Title Catalogue R208982.

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        RELAZIONE De felici successi della Santa Fede

      - RELAZIONE De felicci successi della Santa Fede PREDICATTA DA PADRI DELLA Compagnia di GIESV NEL REGNO DI TVNCHINO, ALLA SANTITA DI N. S. PP. INNOCENZIO DECIMO. DI ALESSANDRO DE RHODES AVIGNONESE Dela medesima Compagnia, e Missionário Apostolico della Sacra Congregatione de Propaganda Fide. In Roma, Per Giuseppe Luna. L"anno del Giubileo 1650. De 23x16 cm. Com [16], 326, [2] pags. Com 1 mapa desdobrável. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com nervos, ferros a ouro e rótulo vermelho com titulo na lombada. Primeira edição da primeira descrição do Vietname contendo o que parece ser o mais antigo mapa detalhado do norte do Vietename. Junto ao facto de apresentar o relatório da actividade missionária no país de 1627 a 1646 em primeira mão, Rhodes dá detalhes acerca dos usos e costumes dos nativos, suas políticas e governo, recursos naturais, comércio, etc. O jesuíta Alexandre de Rhodes serviuy como missionário em Tonking, Cochinchina e Annam de 1624 até 1630. A missão jesuíta foi muito bem sucedida e milhares foram convertidos ao Cristianismo. Como os misionários jesuítas pregavam contra a poligamia de Rhodes foi expulso em 1630. Ficou dez anos a leccionar em Macau e depois disso voltou ao Vietename de onde foi definitivamente banido em 1645. Viajou de volta para a Europa através da India, Persia e Turquia. Mais tarde obteve permissão para estabelecer uma missão na Persia onde morreu em Ispahan em 1660. In 4º (23x16 cm). [16], 326, [2] pags. 1 folding map. Binding: Contemporary full calf, gilt tooled and red label on spine with title. First Edition of the first description of Vietnam, containing what appears to be the earliest detailed map of North Vietnam. In addition to presenting a first-hand account of missionary activity in the country from 1627 to 1646, Rhodes gives details respecting the manners and customs of the native inhabitants, politics and government, natural resources and commerce, &c. The Jesuit Alexandre de Rhodes (1591-1660) served as a missionary in Tonking, Cochinchina and Annam from 1624 till 1630. The Jesuit mission was highly successful and thousands converted to Christianity. Because the missionaries preached against polygamy, the eunuchs had De Rhodes expelled in 1630. He stayed teaching for 10 years in Macao and after that he returned to Vietnam until he was definitly banished in 1645. He travelled back to Europe via India, Persia and Turkey. He later obtained permission to establish a new mission in Persia, and died at Ispahan in 1660. BLC STC Italian (17th cent.), p. 743; Cordier, Indosinica, col. 1619; De Backer & Sommervogel VI, cols 1718-1721; JFB R-208; Walravens, China Illustrata 158; BMC Printed Maps I, col. 611. Location/localizacao:

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        Canea, anno 1645, Cretan War, Merian Matthaeus, copperengraving

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Canea, anno 1645, Cretan War, Merian Matthaeus, copperengraving Metropolis Caneae in Candia a Turcis obseßa A 1645. Canea vom Turcken Belägert A 1645. Copperengraving, edited by Merian M., in Theatrum Europaeum, vol V, circa anno 1680, size of the sheet: 32x38 cm., wide margins, no cracs, good condition, only little brownish. Reference: Fauser, Nr. 2489 Cretan War (1645–69) The Cretan War (Turkish: Girit'in Fethi) or War of Candia (Italian: Guerra di Candia), is the name given to the Fifth Ottoman–Venetian War, a conflict between the Republic of Venice and her allies (chief among them the Knights of Malta, the Papal States and France) against the Ottoman Empire and the Barbary States, because it was largely fought over the island of Crete, Venice's largest and richest overseas possession. The war lasted from 1645 to 1669 and was fought in Crete and in numerous naval engagements and raids around the Aegean Sea, with Dalmatia providing a secondary theater of operations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Esto es, Esperanca de Israel. - Amsterdam, Semuel Ben Israel Soeiro, 5410 (i.e. 1650).

      In - 8°; 7 carte (assente la prima bianca), 126 pp., 1.c.b.; testo in spagnolo. Legatura coeva in tutta pergamena. Interessante nota manoscritta al contropiatto anteriore che cita Samuel Pallache (forse il mercante ebreo - marocchino, diplomatico e pirata che fu inviato in missione in Olanda) come conoscente del possessore del volume e ?divulgatore? dell'opera; nota di possesso al contropiatto posteriore: ?Friederich Emanuel Richter 1671?. Ottimo esemplare. First edition. One of the most influential and fascinating texts in the XVII century religious and political debate in Europe about Jewish community. This book contains the account of Aharon Levi, alias Antonio de Montezinos, Marrano traveler: he reports on natives in Ecuador who could be acquainted with ancient practices and rituals of Judaism. The assumption was that these indigenous people were a remnant of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. ?The legend of the Lost Tribes was particularly powerful among Jews... This trend reaches its clear apex with the messianic agitation of Rabbi Manasseh Ben Israel of Amsterdam, in the period between Shabbatai Zvi's first messianic self - awareness in 1648 and his public movement in 1665 - 1666... Manasseh thought a great deal and in short order composed a treatise, The Hope of Israel, containing Montezinos' testimony, along with a detailed theory about how it fit the other known information about the Lost Tribes and the imminent arrival of the messiah. He reviewed the reports about Jews turning up in China and India as well as America, and put together a geographical representation of the Tribes' dispersal. In his endeavor he used Abraham Ortelius' up - to - date atlas, along with works of Wilhelm Schickard, Nicolas Trigault, Samuel Bochart, and dozens of other contemporary European sources? (Goldish). ?The rabbi [Manasseh] composed the Esperanca d'Israel in 1650, had it translated in English, dedicated it to the British Parliament... The religious potential of the rabbi's theories should have been irresistible to the millenarian Puritans... While the Protestant emphasis on the Hebrew Bible led to greater sympathy for the Jews, the monetary advantages that they secured to the Dutch were certainly not overlooked. The economic clout of the small number of New Christians who had secretly settled in England was known to be impressive? (Harris). Sabin 44191 (data errata: 1649). Palau (1926) V, p. 146: "raro". M Goldish, The Sabbatean Prophets, Harvard 2004, p. 32. S. Nadler, Baruch Spinoza e l'Olanda del Seicento, Torino 2002, p. 104 - 111. C. Harris, The Way Jews Lived: Five Hundred Years of Printed Words and Images, 2009, p. 93.

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        Unheard-of Curiosities concerning the Talismanical Sculpture of the Persians;: The Horoscope of the Patriarkes; and the reading of the Stars. Written in French by James Gaffarel, and Englished by Edmund Chilmead.

      London Printed by G.D. for Humphrey Moseley 1650 - A very good copy bound in 20th century half calf, cloth boards. Prelims bound out of order. Some mis-numbering of pages, but text complete. Page 114 torn without loss. Page 375-76 has two small pieces missing from margin, with minor loss of text of marginal note only. First folding chart professionally repaired, second chart lacking. First English edition pp.4, 1-24 [but bound out of order], 433, large folding chart [The first table .], [8]. Hebrew characters and astrological signs in text.

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        Il chirurgo. Trattato breve diviso in diece parti...aggiontovi il Ministro del medico, opera dellâ??istesso Autore... Et un breve, & utile discorso di Chirurgia di Pietro Di Piazza...

      nella Stamperia di Domenico Manelfi 1650 4to (cm. 20,5), 4 cc.nn., 168 pp., 2 cc.nn., 59(1) pp., 2 cc.nn., 79(1) pp. Ciascuna opera con proprio frontis. Capilettera fig. e alcune incisioni su rame n.t. (di cui 5 a piena pagina). Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. (poco leggibile). Carte di guardia rinnovate ed alcune pagine ingiallite. Nel complesso, buon esemplare. Rara terza edizione nella quale è pubblicato per la prima volta il â??Breve, & utile discorso di chirurgia di Pietro di Piazzaâ??. Krivatsy, n. 10207.

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        Relação do naufragio que fizeram as naos: Sacramento, & Nossa Senhora de Atalaya, vindo da India para o Reyno, no Cabo de Boa Esperança, de que era capitão mór Luís de Miranda Henriques no anno de 1647….

      Lisbon, Na Officina Craesbeeckiana, 1650.. FIRST EDITION. Small 4°, disbound in a folding case of antique quarter calf over marbled boards, flat spine with crimson morocco lettering piece, gilt letter. Woodcut initials. Overall in good to very good condition. (2 ll.), 52 pp. *** ORIGINAL EDITION of one of the narratives that later comprised the @História trágico-marítima; extremely rare. As with all of these Portuguese shipwreck accounts from the mid-sixteenth to the mid-seventeenth century, it was later produced in a counterfeit eighteenth-century edition. Boxer noted, "I have never seen a copy of this first edition and have taken the description from the @História da literatura portuguesa ilustrada, III, 214" ("An Introduction to the @História trágico-marítima," in @Miscelânea de estudos em honra do Prof. Hernani Cidade, p. 86, no. 17A). In some corrections and clarifications to his previous article, Boxer refers to a copy in the Torre do Tombo, gives the collation (which agrees with ours) and calls it "excessively rare" (@Quaderni portoghesi V [Pisa 1979], 107). Innocêncio and Figanière also knew only of the Torre do Tombo copy. The Visconde de Azevedo, mistaking the counterfeit edition for the original, reprinted the former on his private press in a limited edition of four copies at Porto in 1865. The Portuguese vessels @Sacramento and @Nossa Senhora de Atalaya set sail from Goa together in February 1647. Neither was in good repair, and both were wrecked off the coast of Natal, 30 June and 4 July 1647. Each ship's survivors were unaware of the other's misfortune until the company from the @Sacramento discovered the wreckage of @Nossa Senhora de Atalaya. They finally caught up with their countrymen and together continued the arduous overland march toward Moçambique. Of 72 persons who reached shore after the wreck of the @Sacramento, only 5 Portuguese and 4 slaves lived through the rigors of the trip. Authorities in Sofala held the survivors incommunicado for a month while investigating the whereabouts of jewels salvaged from both ships. News of the loss of the ships took a long time to reach Lisbon: the first notice was apparently received in August 1649. Further details were supplied by Bento Teixeira Feo (or Feio, or Feyo), a treasury official in India who later served as Thesoureiro-môr in Lisbon. He had been aboard @Nossa Senhora de Atalaya, and after being interviewed by the Overseas Councilors began to write this report of the shipwreck at the King's command. Teixeira Feo's moving narrative gives details of the shipwrecks and the dangers the survivors underwent as they made their way north. It is rich in description of the terrain, animals, vegetation and native population, which makes it not only an affecting piece of literature, but a crucial source for the ethno-history of Southeast Africa. *** Boxer, "An Introduction to the @História Trágico-Marítima," in @Miscelanea de Estudos em honra do Prof. Hernâni Cidade p. 86, no. 17A. Arouca F47. Innocêncio I, 354. Barbosa Machado I, 502. Forjaz de Sampaio, @História da literatura portuguesa ilustrada III, 214. Goldsmith S18 (citing a copy in the British Library lacking the title page and following preliminary leaf). Figaniere, @Bibliographia historica portugueza 1056. See also Duffy, @Shipwreck and Empire pp. 42-3, 78, 79, 80, 85, 125, 126, 129, 142, 149, 150, 152-3, 156, 157, 158, 160, 161, 180n.; and Bell, @Portuguese Literature pp. 217-8. Cf. Mindlin, @Highlights 598, for the counterfeit edition, describing it erroneously as the original. For a further discussion of the differences between this 1650 edition and its eighteenth-century counterfeit, see Maria Teresa Payan Martins, @Livros clandestinos e contrafacções em Portugal no século XVIII, pp. 234-9; a footnote on p. 234 states "Desta edição só temos conhecimento da existência de um exemplar, que faz parte do acervo bibliográfico do A.N.T.T.". Not located in Porbase, which cites three copies ("aparado") and a microfilm of the eighteenth-century counterfeit edition at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, plus another copy of the counterfeit edition at the Universidade de Coimbra. Not located in Copac, which cites one copy each of the eighteenth-century and nineteenth-century editions, both at British Library. NUC: Not located in NUC.@, which lists a later edition (part of the @Coleção de naufragios, Lisbon 1650 [i.e. mid-eighteenth century], with 87 pp.) at InU and MH.

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        Tönning. - Panorama. - Sehr selten!. - "Tonningen".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, 1650. 32,8 x 49,7 cm (Darstellung) / 42,1 x 53,2 cm (Blatt). Klose-Martius 192.23 Ortsansichten u. Stadtpläne der Hzgtm. Schleswig, Holstein und Lauenburg. Innerhalb der Darstellung oben mittig in der Girlande btitelt, links und rechts davon reich verzierte Wappen. Unterhalb der Darstellung je ein Erläuterungstext in Latein, Niederländisch und Französisch. Unten rechts mit "H. A.ardt excudit 1650" beschriftet. - Größte bekannte und früheste Ansicht von Tönning aus dem 17. Jahrhundert und sehr selten. - Im Bereich der Ecken knickspurig und angestoßen. Leicht angeschmutzt. Insgesamt gut erhalten.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. G. Blaeu, "Ducato di Ferrara".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1650, 41,5 x 49 Oben mittig die altkol.Titelkartusche, rechts mittig eine Widmung, unten links altkol. Meilenanzeigen. Mittig Ferrara. Zeigt im Süden noch Ravenna und Bologna, im Nordosten die Pomündung.

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        Discours de la souverainete des roys. Par Moyse Amyraut pasteur et professeur en theologie a' Saumur. LEG. CON: Du Regne de mille ans ou de la prosperite de l'eglise

      Par Louis Vendosme ; Chez Isaac Desbordes, Charenton ; Samur 1650 - 2 voll. in 8, pp. 184; 323 + (5). P. pg. coeva con unghie. Tipica bruniture uniforme. Insieme di due opere tra le piu' note di questo teologo protestante nato nel 1596, fu professore di teologia a Samur. Essendo stato deputato nel 1631 del sinodo della chiesa riformata di Francia, fu dispensato dall'uso che astringeva i i protestanti mentrwe mentre arringavano innanzi al Re a Stare genuflesso. Al tempo della rivoluzione d'Inghilterra ei sostenne nel suo libro Sulla sovranita' dei Re, la dottrina della obbedienza passiva e la inviolabilita' della persona del monarca. Diz. biogr. univ. I, p. 118. ITA

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        Topographia Franconiae, Merian M., anno 1679, komplett -alle Taf

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Topographia Franconiae, Merian M., anno 1679, komplett -alle Tafeln vorhanden-- Merian. - Zeiller, M. Topographia Franconiae, Das ist Beschreibung, und Eygentliche Contrafactur der Vornembsten Stätte und Plätze des Franckenlandes und Deren die zu dem Fränkischen Craiße gezogen werden. Frankfurt (1679-lt. Wüthrich). Fol (35:21 cm). Im neuen Pergamenteinband gebunden. Mit 1 doppelblattgr. Kupferkarte u. 48 Ansichten auf 43 teilw. gefalt. oder doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln. 2 Bll., S. 3-118, 6 Bll. SO KOMPLETT SEHR SELTEN. Wüthrich 42. - dritte Ausgabe. - Titelblatt, (die Widmung an Johann Philipp von Schönborn, Erzbischof von Mainz und Bischof von Würzburg, auch Herzog von Franken fehlt hier, wie bei Wüthrich angegeben) . Ortstexte, wie folgt: 1.Karte Franken, 2. Eichstätt, 3. Altdorf b. Nürnberg, 4. Bamberg, 5. Coburg, 6. Plassenburg, Festung (in Kulmbach), 7. Forchheim, 8. Hersbruck, 9. Kitzingen, 10. Haßfurt, Creglingen (Baden Württemberg), Lauf a.d. Pegnitz (drei Ansichten auf einem Blatt), 11. Lichtenau (bei Ansbach), 12. Lohr/M., 13. Bad Mergentheim, 14. Bad Neustadt a.d. Saale (irrtümlich a.d.Aisch bez.), 15. Nürnberg (Grundriss), 16. Nürnberg aus der Vogelschau, 17+18 Nürnberg, Panoramaansicht von Osten, links Gostenhof, in der Stadt li. aussen Spittlertorturm, rechts außen Laufertorturm, Faltblatt von 2 Platten gedruckt, 203x630 mm., 19. Nürnberg, Rathaus, 20. Nürnberg, Fleischbrücke, 21. Ansbach, 22. Rothenburg o.t. Tauber, 23. Schweinfurt, Grundriß, 24. Schweinfurt Panorama, vorne der Main mit der Mainmühle und Schützenhaus, 25. Schweinfurt, Kirche St. Johannis, 26. Velden, 27. Waldenburg (BW-nordöstlich von Schwäbisch Hall), 28. Weißenburg, 29. Wülzburg/Bergfestung (in Weißenburg), 30. Wertheim (BW), 31. Bad Winsheim, 32/33. Würzburg, überhöhte Panoramaansicht, von Norden, von 2 Platten gedruckt (231x630 mm.), vermutlich aus einer anderen Ausgabe. 34. Würzburg, Marienberg, mit alter Mainbrücke, von 2 Platten gedruckt, 213x430 mm., 35. Würzburg, Marienberg, andere Seite, 36. Würzburg, alte Universität, 37. Würzburg, Juliusspital, 38. Breuberg, 39. Ebrach, Abtei Bayern (im Steigerwald), irrtümlich als Gerolzhofen bezeichnet, 40. Langenburg (BW), 41. Eltmann/Neckarsulm (BW)/Röttingen, 42. Rothenberg, Bergfestung (in Schnaittach), 43. Schillingsfürst/Sonnenberg (in Wiesbaden/Hessen), 44. Schloß Schwarzenberg, 45. Schwaningen, Schloß (in Unterschwaningen).46. Mainberg. DIE TAFELN DECKEN SICH EXACT MIT DEM IM ANHANG BEFINDLICHEN KUPFERVERZEICHNISS. DER BAND IST SOMIT ABSOLUT VOLLSTÄNDIG. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Iuris [Juris] et Iudicii [Judicii] Fecialis [with] Specimen.

      1650 - First Edition of Zouch's Influential International Law Treatise Bound with a Rare Work on Civil Law Z[ouch], R[ichard] [1590-1661]. Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis, Sive Iuris Inter Gentes, Et Quaestionum de Eodem Explicatio. Qua Quea ad Pacem & Bellum Inter Diversos Principes, Aut Populos Spectant, Ex Praecipuis Historico-Jure-Peritis, Exhibentur. Oxford: Excudebat H. Hall, Impensis Tho. Robinson, 1650. [xvi], 196 pp. [Bound with] [Zouch, Richard]. Specimen Quaestionum, Iuris Civilis cum Designatione Authorum a Quibus in Utramque partem Discutiuntur. Oxford: Excudebat Leon. Lichfield, Impensis Thomae Robinson, 1653. [40] pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary sheep, blind rules to boards, blind fillets to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards and extremities, light scuffing to rear board, lower corner of front board worn away, pastedowns loose, later armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to verso of front board, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to title page of Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis. Light toning to text, minor worming to text block and binding (no loss to legibility), light edgewear to endleaves, internally clean. * Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis: first edition; Specimen Quaestionum: only edition. Zouch was an advocate of Doctors' Commons, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty and Regius Professor of Civil Law at Oxford. He published treatises on several legal topics, but his lasting fame rests on the present work. Drawing on the work of Gentili and Grotius, it was the first work to treat the law of nations as an ordered system, one in which the law of warfare played a subordinate role. It also helped to popularize the work of Grotius and Gentili and to make international law a part of English law. According to Holdsworth, this book succeeded for three reasons: "In the first place, (.) international law appeared for the first time in a compact and orderly form. In the second place, he so clearly defined it that no one in the future could be under any misapprehension as to its scope. In the third place, he originated the modern division of the subject into Peace and War." He notes, moreover, that "in his book the tradition, inherited from the medieval books, of grouping the whole subject round the rules of war, was finally abandoned." The influence of this study beyond the seventee [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lo Hipocrito. Comedia di Messer Pietro Aretino al Magnanino Duca d'Urbino. M.D.XXXXII (ma copia manoscritta del XVII sec.).

      Copia manoscritta da Bartolomeo Amici nel XVII secolo, desunta dalla prima edizione di Venezia, Marcolini, 1542. 1650 - In-8 (17x11,4), ff. (94), leg. p. perg. rigida seicentesca, titolo su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi. Manoscritto in bel corsivo seicentesco, vergato con inchiostro bruno e attribuibile, per via della firma sul foglio di risguardo anter. e dell'iscr. al frontespizio ("scripsit B.A."), al gesuita Bartolomeo Amici (1562-1649), professore di filosofia a Napoli e commentatore di Aristotele. Copia fedele dell'edizione Marcolini (riproduzione della impresa tipografica "veritas filia temporis", stessa dedica dell'autore a Daniello Barbaro posposta al testo e stessa mancanza dell'indicazione numerica nella didascalia delle scene), con una sola e comprensibile differenza nella paginazione (nella Marcolini le carte n.n. risultano essere 72). Nel "Catalogo ragionato di opere stampate per F. Marcolini", a cura di G. Zaccaria (1850), si legge: "Nella libreria De Minicis n'esiste una copia a penna. Il manoscritto sembra del secolo XVII" (p.48). Il presente esemplare è sicuramente quello in questione, appartenuto, appunto, all'Avv. Raffaele De Minicis, bibliofilo e autore delle "Memorie sulla Biografia del Marcolini" che introducono il suddetto catalogo. La citazione viene ripresa dal Casali, "Annali della tipografia di F. Marcolini" (nota 2 a p.136), il quale, tuttavia, seguendo l'errore dell'Allacci (468) e del Mazzuchelli (Vita dell'Aretino), registra come originale un'inesistente edizione di Venezia, Bindoni, 1540. Il Cat. Unico, al n. 2410, registra una contemporanea ediz. 1542, senza luogo né tipografia. Quanto detto è confermato dal fatto che svariate recenti biografie (Diz. Letter. Bompiani, DBIt., ecc.) affermano che ''Lo Hipocrito'' fu scritto tra la fine del 1541 e l'inizio del 1542. La commedia, in cinque atti, in prosa, ha ''un'azione oltremodo complessa, dedotta da fonti plautine, boccaccesche, boiardesche, novellistiche e popolari in genere'' (Renda-Operti p. 66). Bell'esemplare, fresco e marginoso. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theatrum Europaeum, Band VIII, 1667 Erstausgabe

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Angeboten wird Band VIII aus Merians Theatrum Europaeum, 1. Ausgabe: Frankfurt (M.Merians Erben) 1667, fol., 33 x 21 cm., originaler Pergamenteinband, berieben, fleckig. Mit 27 von 28 Kupfertafeln, stellenweise stärker stockfleckig, S. 911+ 912 fehlen. Beschreibung: Kupfertitelblatt -Chronos krönt Erzherzog Leopold zum Kaiser und seinen Bruder zum König. Oben zwei Putten mit einem Schriftband "PAX". Drucktitelblatt: "THEATRI EUROPAEI Achter Theil/von den denckwürdigsten Geschichten/so sich hie und da in EUROPA, und zwar vornehmlich in Friedens Geschäfften in dem heil. röm.Reich bey vorgewesenem Interregno, der Kaiserl. Wahl halber und wegen Verlegung des Ordinari Reichs Deputations Tags in Schrifften und sonsten in Kriegs Künnsten in desselbigen zugehörigen Stifftern und Fürstenthümern Münster Bremen Vor Pommern Mechelnburg holstein und Jüttland; So dann ausserhalb demselbigen/ zwischen den allerseits höchststreitenden Theilen in Spanien/Franckreich/Portugall/Italien/Niederland/Polen/Preussen/Litthauen/Liefland/Moscau/Schweden/Dänemarck/Norwegen/wie auch bey unvermuthetem TürckenEinfall in Siebenbürgen einem Theil Hungarn ,Wallachey,Moldau und anderwärts in Dalmatia und Candia; deßgleichen bey wunderseltsamer Regiments Veränderung der vormahligen Republic Engelland/ Schott- und Irrland/und an andern Orten mehr von dem 1657 biß auf das 1661 Jahr/ und also auff den allerseits erfolgten Frieden beydes zu Wasser und Land zugetragen." . und verlegt durch Matthäi Merians Seel. Erben in Franckfurt am Mayn. ANNO CHRISTI M. DC. LXVII." P. I-IV: Widmungsschrift an König Friedrich III. von Dänemark. Datiert Frankfurt 22. März 1667, signiert "Matthäi Merians sel. Erben". P. V-VI: "An den Geschicht-Liebenden Leser". P VII: Kupferverzeichnis (mit 26 Kupfertafeln und 24 Portraits), P. 1-1388 X. Text, 26 S. Register. An Kupfertafeln und Ansichten vorhanden: 1. Münster vor der Belagerung, , Das Blatt ist stark beschädigt, div. Einrisse, Stockflecken, min. Bildverlust, 2. Münster während der Belagerung, Plan mit Umgebung, am Kopf etwas wurmfraß, 3. . Visehrad bei Prag mit den Befestigungen, Vogelschauansicht, 4. Belagerung von Krakau, 1657, Plan mit Umgebung von N. Misuro e delineo/Jsidoro Affeitä, 5. Dänemark/Karte, 6+7. Schloß Laholm (in Halland/Schweden) + Rendsburg, Vogelschauplan der Festung, Stadt leer, 8. Einnahme von Frederiksodde (Fredericia) durch C.G. Wrangel, 24.10.1657, Vogelschau, 2 kleinere Einrisse, links kleiner Einriss mit min. Bildverlust. 9. Sturm auf die Befestigungswerke von Frederiksodde, 24.10.1657, (DAS BLATT FEHLT HIER). 10.Eroberung von Sovazchi (auf dem Festland bei Chios, wohl Smyrna) durch die Venezianer unter Lazaro Mocenigo, 18. Mai 1657/Vogelschau, 11. Einzug des Königs von Böhmen, Leopold Wilhelm, zum Wahltag nach Frankfurt, 19/29 März 1658 (von Caspar Merian), das Blatt hat einen kleinen Einriss am Kopf (ausserhalb der Darstellung) 12. Auffzug zu dem Ritterlichen Köpfe Rennen am Frankfurter Wahltag, 30.6./10.7.1658, 13. Die Rennbahn mit dem Ringstechen auf dem Roßmarkt zu Frankfurt anläßlich der Kaiserwahl Leopolds I. (gestochen von Caspar Merian). 14. Krönung Leopolds I. in Frankfurt, dreiteilig, o.li.Kaiserdeklaration im Dom, o.re.Krönung im Dom, u. Krönungsfeier auf dem Römerberg in Frankfurt (Braten eines ganzen Ochsen), Einriss über das halbe Blatt an der Mittelfalz, ohne Bildverlust, zu restaurieren. 15. Bankett im Römer zu Frankfurt nach der Krönung Leopolds I./Innenansicht, 22.7./1.8.1658, 16. Göteborg, Vogelschauplan, 17. Landschaft Baahus in Norwegen (Göteborg), 18. Seeschlacht im Öresund zwischen Schweden (unter Wrangel) und Holland (unter Opdam) Nov. 1658, rechts davon eine schöne Ansicht von Schloß Kronborg, 19. Karte von Siebenbürgen (Transsylvanien), 20. Große- und Zollschanze bei Greifenhagen (bei Stettin an der Oder), erbaut von Baron de Souches, 21.8.1659, 21. Belagerung von Altdamm bei Stettin (Odermündung), 22. Schwiner und Divenauer Schanze an der Odermündung bei Altdamm, erobert [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Kupferstich *Magdeburg: Eine Ertz-Bischöfliche auch gewesene Hansee-Stadt in NiderSaxen.

       ( Ohne Jahresangabe - um 1650 ). Detailreiche Frontalansicht Magdeburgs über der Elbe mit Festungswerken und zahlreichen Kirchen sowie links und rechts vom Blatt befindlichen Textpassagen zur Geschichte Magdeburgs sowie Erklärung der Ziffern. Blattgröße 19 x 31 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 21,5 x 33,5 cm ). Auf dem Blatt sind die Hauptkirchen u.a angezeigt: Der Dom zu S. Maurity - Granolphi Stift - Zum Heiligen Geist - Ulrichs Thor - S. Ulrich und Lerin - Sankt Johannis - Schul - S. Catharinen - S. Peter - S. Jacob - S. Augustin: Ferner sind folgende Gebäude durch Ziffern ersichtlich: Capitul-Haus / Dom-Probstei / S. Sebastians Stift / S. Nicolai-Stift / Landschaftliche Haus / Das Fähr-Ampt / Elb-Thor / Alte und neue Rathaus / Zeughaus / Kauf-Hoff / Pulver-Turm. Aus der Textpassage des Blattes: \"...Allein in A. 1631 haben die Kayserliche uner dem General Tilly den 10. May diese Stadt mit Sturm erobert und von Grund aus verstöhret und verbrandt das nur der Dom allein übrig blieben, ia es haben diese Tillysche Soldathen so barbarisch u. unmenschlich gehauset, das über 30 Tausend Einwohner jämmerlich und erbärmlich ums Leben kamen. Zwar ist er Tilly der Göttlichen Rache nicht entgangen sintemahlen nach diser Grausamkeit Er weiter kein Glück und Stern gehabt....\" Das Blatt knapp beschnitten, etwas angestaubt, leicht fleckig bzw. leicht stockfleckig, am Unterrand gering beschädigt sowie mit einer alten Preisangabe in Bleistift. Der alte Rahmen mit Beschädigung am oberen Rand. ( Gewicht 500 Gramm ) ( Bitte beachten: Da unter Glas gerahmt erfolgt der Versand auf eigene Gefahr ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Magdeburg, Erzbischof, Hanse, Hansestadt, Niedersachsen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Kupferstich, Boden, Tilly, Dreißigjähriger Krieg

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        Fair Lawn in ye County of Kent one of ye Seats of the Rt. Hon.ble the Lord Barnard" originaler Kupferstich ca.34,5x47cm (Darstellung/image size) von Johannes Kip (1652 in Amsterdam - 1722 in Westminster) nach Leonard Knyff

      - (1650 in Haarlem - 1722 in London) auf Bütten (40x54cm) unterhalb der Darstellung typographisch betitelt und bezeichnet; aus: "Britannia Illustrata or Views of Several of the Queen s Palaces." Henry Overton & Joseph Smith London 1709 [Das seltene wie dekorative Blatt vor allem an den Rändern etwas braunfleckig/gebräunt. Unterhalb der Darstellung mit Tinte handschriftlich in niederländisch betitelt.]

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        Practycke in Civile Saken [Bound With] Practycke in Criminele Saken.

      1650 - Damhouder's Classic Treatises on Civil and Criminal Law with 66 Illustrations Damhouder (Damhoudere), Josse de [1507-1581]. Practycke in Civile Saken. Seer Nut, Profytelijck Ende Noodigh Allen Schouten, Burgermeesteren, Schepenen, Ende Andere Rechteren. Uyt de Latijnsche in de Nederduytsche Tale Over-Geset, Ende met Schoone Figuren, Tot Elcke Materie Dienende, Verciert. Rotterdam: By Pieter van Waesberge, 1660. [xxxvi], 592, [32] pp. 11 full-page copperplates. [Bound with] Damhouder, Josse de. Practycke in Criminele Saken, seer Nut Ende Profijtelijck Allen Souverains, Bailjous, Borgermeesters, Ende Schepenen, &c. Hier is noch by Ghevoecht d'Ordonnantie, Op 't Stuck van de Criminele Justitien, In dese Nederlanden. Alles met Schoone Figueren, Daer toe Dienende Verciert. Rotterdam: By Pieter van Waesberge, 1650. [viii], 264; 59, [1] pp. The final section, with a separate title page dated 1650, is titled Ordonnantie Edict Ende Ghebodt, Ons's Heeren des Koninghs, Op'tstuck van de Criminale Justitien, In dese Nederlanden. 55 woodcuts, 2 depicting torture, 1 depicting executions. Quarto (8-3/4" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling and some inkstains to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, boards slightly bowed, a few cracks to text block. Title pages, each with a small copperplate portrait of Damhouder, printed in red and black. Moderate toning to text, light soiling to title pages, occasional faint dampstaining, minor worming to margins in a few places. Early annotations to rear endleaf, interior otherwise clean. * Later editions. First published in 1557 and 1554 as Praxis Rerum Civilium and Praxis Rerum Criminalium, were standard works that went through several editions in Latin, French and Dutch into the early seventeenth century. Synthetic works drawn mostly from Roman-Dutch sources, they are notable as early examples of illustrated law books. Our 1660 edition of Civile Saken is distinguished by fine copperplates, most of them illustrating aspects of legal process. Our 1650 edition of Criminele Saken is illustrated throughout with cruder, but more vivid, woodcuts depicting adultery, murder, theft and many other crimes. Damhouder was an advisor to the Duke of Burgundy and a prolific author of le [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \"Herbipolis.Würtzburg.\",

       um 1650. Panoramaansicht von der Höhe aus Norden. Kupferstich von 2 Platten mit Legende (1-34) und kleiner Kartusche mit der Stadtfahne von M. Merian, um 1650. 23 x 62,5 cm. - Das Papier sauber und glatt, an einigen Stellen mit einer schwacher Bräunung; im Bereich der Festung der Abdruck etwas schwächer. Insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar. - Fauser 15736; Mainfränkisches Museum, Gesamtansichten, 12. - Erstmals erschienen ist die Ansicht Merians 1633 in Abeles Chronik der ersten Jahre des Dreißigjährigen Krieges. 1648 erschien sie mit vier weiteren Würzburg-Ansichten in der \"Topographia Franconiae\". Die Autorenschaft Matthäus Merians scheint relativ sicher, im Gesamtwerk der Topographien ragt sie durch ihre Größe und Komposition heraus. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Graphik, Deutschland, Franken, Würzburg, Merian

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        Prospect der Statt Rostock. Kupferstich aus "Topographia Saxoniae Inferioris" von Matthäus Merian, um 1653. Gesamtansicht mit Blick über die Warnow vom Gehlsdorfer Ufer mit Petrikirche, Nikolaikirche, Rathaus, Marienkirche, Jakobikirche, Kröpeliner Tor und weiteren markanten Gebäuden (in der Legende erklärt), im Himmel 3 Wappen.

      Merian um, Frankfurt am Main, 1650 - Frankfurt am Main, Merian um 1650. 25,5 x 65,5 cm. Unter Schrägschnittpassepartout. Gerahmt in antikisierender Silberleiste (ca. 44 x 82 cm groß). wegen der Glasbruchgefahr ist Selbstabholung erwünscht Gerahmt in antikisierender Silberleiste (ca. 44 x 82 cm groß).

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        Bad Kreuznach, anno 1641, 21x47 cm., panorama, Merian

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - please read german text [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans, "Mayence. Electorat d'Empire".

      - Kupferstich ( v. 3 Platten ) n. Seb. de Pontault de Beaulieu, um 1650, 44,5 x 54 ( m. Bordüre ). Fauser, Nr. 8334. - Dek. Blatt mit einer breiten, von seperater Platte gestochener Bordüre. Über der Ansicht ein großes leeres Portraitmedaillon flankiert von Putten, Girlanden und Draperien. Unter der Ansicht Erklärungen von A - Z und 1 - 12.- Der Stich von 3 Platten gedruckt.

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        Xansi. Imperii Sinarum Provincia Secunda.

      Blaeu 1650-60, Amsterdam - Copper-engraving, handcolored in outline, published in Blaeu’s ‘Atlas Major’ around 1650-60. In excellent condition.

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        Huquang, Imperii Sinarum Provincia Septima.

      c. 1650-60, Amsterdam - Copper-engraving, handcolored in outline, published in Blaeu’s ‘Atlas Major’ around 1650-60. In excellent condition.

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        L'honneste Homme, Das ist: Der Ehrliebende Welt-Mann, Oder Die von vielen Leuten gesuchte schöne Kunst, wie einer an grosser Herren Höfen durch . geschicktes Wolverhalten . sich beliebet und belobet machen könne. 10 Bl., 146 S. Mit gestoch. Titel. Neuerer Kiebitzpapier-Pappbd.

      Leipzig, Timotheus Höns sel. Erben für Heinrich Nerlich, 1650. - Umfangreiches und seltenes barockes Kulturkompendium mit Betrachtung fast aller Lebensbereiche, zuerst 1648 erschienen. Auch mit Kapiteln wie "Wider die geschminckten Weibs-Personen", "Philosophische Streitfragen", "Vom Hof-Leben und seinen Dornen", über Rhetorik, Regeln der Konversation, "Von Schertz-Reden und Begegnungs-Worten". Als Übersetzer aus dem Französischen werden Caspar Bierling oder Conrad Bavanius vermutet. Nur in einer deutschen Bibliothek vollständig erhalten. Die frühere Ausgabe nur in zwei Bibliotheken vorhanden. – Kaum gebräunt. – VD17 32:670644G; Fromm 8803 verzeichnet erst das Jahr 1679. Nicht bei Hayn/Gotendorf.

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        Pascaart vant Canaal Tußchen Engelant en Vrancryck, alsmede geheel ferlanten Schotlant, waer im men claer can sien de rechte distantien en courßen tußchen alle havens en droogte, alles op Synware hoogten geleyt. Tabula Hydographica Freti seu Canalis quod est . Amstelodami a Ioanne Ianßonio.

      Janssonius 1650-55, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, uncolored as published. In excellent condition.

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        Tenor. Antiphonae et Motecta Festis Omnibus Propria, et Communia Iuxta formam Breviarii Romani. Una cum plurimis, quae Dominicis per Annum aptari possunt, Binis, Ternis, Quaternisque Vocibus Concinenda.

      - Rom, G. B. Robletti, 1650. 4to. 176 S. (inkl. Titel mit Holzschnitt), 2 Bl. (Index), alles in Notendruck mit vielen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Pergament d. Zeit (leicht berieben u. etwas fleckig, Vorsätze erneuert). Erste Ausgabe, von größter Seltenheit. - Vokalmusik (Antiphonen und Motetten) der römischen Schule aus der Mitte des 17. Jahrhunderts. Das bedeutendste Sammelwerk von Giamberti (um 1600-1663, u.a. Kapellmeister von Santa Maria Maggiore in Rom), dessen Kirchenmusik weiteste Verbreitung fand. Enthält über 200 geistliche Gesänge, komponiert für die Kirchen in Rom. "Sein hohes Ansehen drückt sich in der Tatsache aus, daß er berufen wurde, das römische Antiphonar herauszugeben" (MGG). - Als Schüler von Giovanni Bernardino Nanino und Paolo Agostini vorzüglich im polyphonen Stil ausgebildet, war Giamberti sowohl dem Erbe Palestrinas verpflichtet wie auch offen für den neuen Stil des 17. Jahrhunderts. - RISM A/I/3, G 1831; TNG VII, 347; Eitner IV, 234; Fétis III, 477; MGG V, 78; nicht bei Hirsch u. Wolffheim.- Teilw. gebräunt oder etwas braunfleckig, erste 2 Bl. mit Wasserrand. Titel mit hinterlegtem Ausriß (etwas Wortverlust), das letzte Bl. mit kleinen hinterlegten Papierfehlern im weißen Rand. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Jan Janssonius, "Pascaart van de Zee-Cutsen van Finmarcken, Laplant, Russland, Nova Zembla en Spitsberge .".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1650, 43,6 x 55 Krogt. Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. 1, Seite 567 ( Abbildung 0120:1 - lat. Ausgabe ). - Seltene Seekarte des nördl. Teils von Norwegen und der Halbinsel Kola. Im Osten noch Nowa Zemla, im Norden mittig Spitzbergen. - Restauriert.

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        Gesamtansicht ('Berlin v. Cöln.').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Pieter Hendricksz Schut b. Claes Jansz. Visscher in Amsterdam, um 1650, 21 x 27,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV-2, 459. - 1. state! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Iuris [Juris] et Iudicii [Judicii] Fecialis [with] Specimen...

      1650. First Edition of Zouch's Influential International Law Treatise Bound with a Rare Work on Civil Law Z[ouch], R[ichard] [1590-1661]. Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis, Sive Iuris Inter Gentes, Et Quaestionum de Eodem Explicatio. Qua Quea ad Pacem & Bellum Inter Diversos Principes, Aut Populos Spectant, Ex Praecipuis Historico-Jure-Peritis, Exhibentur. Oxford: Excudebat H. Hall, Impensis Tho. Robinson, 1650. [xvi], 196 pp. [Bound with] [Zouch, Richard]. Specimen Quaestionum, Iuris Civilis cum Designatione Authorum a Quibus in Utramque partem Discutiuntur. Oxford: Excudebat Leon. Lichfield, Impensis Thomae Robinson, 1653. [40] pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary sheep, blind rules to boards, blind fillets to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards and extremities, light scuffing to rear board, lower corner of front board worn away, pastedowns loose, later armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to verso of front board, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to title page of Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis. Light toning to text, minor worming to text block and binding (no loss to legibility), light edgewear to endleaves, internally clean. * Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis: first edition; Specimen Quaestionum: only edition. Zouch was an advocate of Doctors' Commons, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty and Regius Professor of Civil Law at Oxford. He published treatises on several legal topics, but his lasting fame rests on the present work. Drawing on the work of Gentili and Grotius, it was the first work to treat the law of nations as an ordered system, one in which the law of warfare played a subordinate role. It also helped to popularize the work of Grotius and Gentili and to make international law a part of English law. According to Holdsworth, this book succeeded for three reasons: "In the first place, (...) international law appeared for the first time in a compact and orderly form. In the second place, he so clearly defined it that no one in the future could be under any misapprehension as to its scope. In the third place, he originated the modern division of the subject into Peace and War." He notes, moreover, that "in his book the tradition, inherited from the medieval books, of grouping the whole subject round the rules of war, was finally abandoned." The influence of this study beyond the seventee

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        M. Z. Topographia Bohemiae, Moraviae et Silesiae das ist, Beschreibung und eigentliche Abbildung der vornehmsten, und bekandtisten Stätte, und Plätze, in dem Königreich Boheim und einverleibten Landern, Mähren, und Schlesien.

      Frankfurt, Matthäus Merian, 1650. 4°, Broschiert 192, 14 (anstatt 18) SS. Mit gest., ill. Titel und 37 gest., gefalt. Ansichten, Karten und Plänen. Davon sind nur 5 vorhanden (Moravia, Iglau, Neustadt in Mehren, Olmütz, Oppeln). Nur Buchblock ohne Einband. Erster Druck der ersten Ausgabe. VD 17, 23:301612X. Wüthrich IV, 51. Nebehay/Wagner 405. Schuchhard 14 A. Titelseite leicht angeschmutzt, Textseiten u. Stichen sauber, trotz den fehlenden Stichen u. die 2-3 Indexseiten gut erhaltenes u. seltenes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geographie, Graphik

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Blaeu, "Paragvay, ó prov. de Rio de La Plata cum regionibus adiacentibus, Tvcvman et Sta.crvs de La Sierra".

      - altkol., um 1650, 37 x 47,5 Rechts oben altkol., dek. Titelkartusche, mittig altkol. Windrose. Im Kartenzentrum das Flußgebiet des Parana.

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        Grimsthorp in the County of Lincoln the Seat of the. Rt. Hon.ble Robt. Ear of Lindsey, Lord Great Chamberlain of." originaler Kupferstich ca.34x48cm (Darstellung/image size) von Johannes Kip (1652 in Amsterdam - 1722 in Westminster) nach Leonard Knyff

      - (1650 in Haarlem - 1722 in London) auf Bütten (39x52cm) unterhalb der Darstellung typographisch betitelt und bezeichnet; aus: "Britannia Illustrata or Views of Several of the Queen s Palaces." Henry Overton & Joseph Smith London 1709 [Das seltene wie dekorative Blatt teilkoloriert. Am linken Bildrand mit geglätteter Quetschfalte. Vor allem an den Büttenrändern etwas gebräunt. Unterhalb der Darstellung mit Tinte handschriftlich in niederländisch betitelt.]

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        Totius Iutiæ Generalis Accurata delincatio.

      Amsterdam, 1650. 45x56 cm pp. smukt håndkoloreter Danmarkskort omfattende Jylland Fyn Sjællans og omliggende øer.J. Janssonius hører til de store navne i katografiens historie i 1600-tallet . Bramsen fig. 69. Indrammet med Glas. First Edition.. 13091834

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        The Passions of the Soule in three books

      London: Printed for A.C. and to be sold by J. Martin, and J. Ridley, 1650. First English language edition. Bound in contemporary full calf with a partial paper spine label. This early binding is unrestored and is holding well, despite some cracking along the joints and wear at the corners. Pages are toned and there is a small stub affixed to leaf A10, with the title written on it in a contemporary hand. Twelvemo (pages measure 145 x 85 mm), collates complete: [xxx], 173, [1 blank]. Overall a pleasing copy of a very scarce book. Copies appear in the auction record in 1961, '78, '98 and 2006. All copies but the Macclesfield copy in later bindings and trimmed close. With the word "rare" often tossed about, this book truly deserves the designation. Descartes' final work before his death, originally published in French in 1649. The work is broken into three books: "the first treating of the passions in general, and occasionally of the whole nature of man. The second, of the number, and order of the passions, and the explication of the six primitive ones. The third, of particular passions." Descartes takes a scientific, physiological view of passions and finds that they are generally beneficial to man, although they can and must be kept under control. Where earlier works by Descartes deal with the methodology and theory of knowledge, "The Passions" focuses on how to be a good and moral person in the practical sense.

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        TARTARIA FIVE MAGNICHAMI IMPERIORUM. [A Copper-Etched Map ]

      [Frankfort ca. 1650]. A copper-etched sheet, 27 x 35 cm.,. center folded, usual amount of normal toning, else very good. clean, a few old feint stain spots at top margin, a few old. mends to the edges else solid, stable. FIRST & ONLY EDITION. An early and primitive map of China, Mongolia, Manchuria and Central Asia, and to the extreme west is Persia, Russia, the Caspian sea. * Based on Bleau's map of Tartaria and Northern China, with information compiled by the English and Dutch explorers as well as the reports of Marco Polo and also based on the ancient Greek Classics. * The decorative features of the map are also similar to Bleau's with the title is symbolically engraved onto the saddle blanket of a camel, representing the earliest trade on the Silk Road. * The Great Wall is clearly shown in the lower right corner, with that part above and West of the wall shown in three-quarters of the map. Outside the wall, the barbarian "Mongol Hoards" are depicted as devils with two horns, or winged birds which most likely symbolize a dragon form of beast. * There is a good bit of Latin text throughout the map, giving valuable insights to the land, inhabitants and other special features. * THE MAP: The map is uncolored as issued, and shows the upper left corner at 50 degrees west and eastward to 390 degrees east; from 60 degrees north down to 30 degrees south. There is printing discrepancy at the upper left showing 50,which is inconsistent with 90 at bottom left. The scale of the map is in German miles. * CONDITION: The map is solid, with a few old mends on the verso [back] edges, the recto [front] is a bit dusty, and has a very old faint pen note at the top near 80-100 degrees stating "Nova Tembla," a few margin stains at the top, otherwise no other issues. In solid and quite nice condition for a map nearly 365 years old. * THE CARTOGRAPHER: Matthaus Merian [1593-1650] was a topographical engraver and publisher, he studiedin Zurich, and worked in Frankfurt. See Tooley below. *** REFERENCES: TOOLEY, R[onald] V. comp.:TOOLEY'S DICTIONARY OF MAPMAKERS; page 435. *** Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Operum. Bände 1-3. Septiome scientiae naturalis, hypomnemata physica, methodus discendi medicinam, institutiones medicae & de origine animarum in brutis .......

      Lugduni, Hugvetan & Ravaud 1650. Pergamenteinband mit Blindpräg. Folio. Kantenhöhe ca. 36,5 cm. 3 Bände. Je mit Titelvign. 17Bl.,882S.,18Bl., 10Bl.,1156S.,10Bl. 7Bl.,866S.,7Bl. -Einbände teils stärker beschädigt, St. a.T., gebräunt, tls. fl. und stockfl.,Versand D: 7,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ottmar Müller]
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        7 traités de médecine d'après Pierre Chirac

      - 453, (1) feuillet (incomplet [début du XVIIIe siècle], , in-4, 453, (1) feuillet (incomplet d'un feuillet de la table des matières), plaine basane de l'époque, Intéressante compilation manuscrite de textes ou cours de Pierre Chirac (1650-1732), premier médecin de Philippe d'Orléans, puis de Louis XV. Le manuscrit, en latin puis en français, fait se succéder 7 traités. Les deux premiers, en latin, portent le titre général "d'historia generalis morborum" (histoire générale des maladies) et traitent, en particulier, des maladies de la tête (feuillet 1 à 123) puis de celles du cœur (feuillet 124 à 168). La suite, en français, porte sur les maladies du bas ventre (feuillet 169 à 296), les maladies des femmes (297 à 364), les maladies des enfants (365 à 392), sur les fièvres intermittentes et les fièvres dites "hémitrites", c'est à dire irrégulières (393 à 404), et enfin sur la gonorrhée (dite, plus familièrement, la chaude-pisse). Intrigant ensemble qui donne à lire une médecine générale du premier tiers du XVIIIe siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Befestigungsgrundriß, mit Umgebung, rechts unten kleine Umgebungskarte, "Plan de la ville de Rottenbovrg .".

      - Kupferstich n. Seb. de Pontault de Beaulieu, um 1650, 44,5 x 53 Tooley, S. 43.- Oben rechts die Titelkartusche, rechts unten kleine Umgebungskarte: "Carte de Gouuernement de Rottenbourg Sur le Tauber". Der Plan und die Karte umgeben von einer dek. Barockbordüre. - Zeigt einen Befestigungsplan m. schematischen Truppenstellungen im Jahr 1645, am unteren Rand Darstellung von Soldaten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Al rey nuestra Señor, por la Provincia de la Compañía de Iesus de la Nueva España. En satisfación de un libro de el visitador obispo D. Juan de Palafox y Mendoza.

      [Mexico?, Puebla?, Madrid?]: No publisher/printer Small 4to (21 cm; 8.25"). 278 pp.. [1650] The legendary feud between Bishop Juan de Palafox y Mendoza and the Society of Jesus was acrimonious, lengthy, and rich in legal filings. The main point of contention between the opposing parties was the failure of the Society to submit to the authority of the bishops and archbishop of Mexico, and this had a subchapter concerning the Jesuits' refusal to tithe to the ecclesiastical authorities. The present filing by the Society via its lawyer is a reply to Father Palafox's Al excelentissimo señor Don Garcia de Avellaneda i Haro conde de Castrillo . . . presidente en el Real y supremo [Consejo] de las Indias; el dean i cabildo de la Santa Iglesia de la Puebla de los Angeles, published 1646? (see: Medina, BHA, 6946). => Sabin characterizes the Society's reply as "rabid." There are two editions of this work: The other has only 131 leaves and contains a typographical error on the title-page ("lirro" for "libro"). In this edition the "Apendiz al Memorial. Aduertencias a quien lo huuiere leido," pp. 242–78, is by Juan Antonio Jarque. The place of printing has long been a matter of conjecture because of the paucity of studies of typography and typographic norms in Mexico and Puebla in the 17th century. We admit to no scholarship on the topic of typefaces but do have extensive experience with the paper used in Mexico and Puebla in the 1650s and the watermark in this edition is that of paper widely used there. Provenance: Bookseller's label of the Libreria de San Martin in Madrid. Contemporary limp vellum, evidence of lost ties. Early owner's signature in lower margin of title-page, but lined through making it most difficult to decipher.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
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        Geographia Generalis, In qua affectiones generales Telluris explicantur.

      Amsterdam, Lud. Elzevir, 1650. 12°. Leerbl. + Titel + 786 + 3 Leerbll. OPgm. der Zeit. In latein. Sprache. Mit dem gestochenen Titelblatt, den vier gefalteten Tabellen, den beiden Textillustrationen und dem gefalteten Holzschnitt. - Fl. V. sorgfältig herausgeschnitten, leicht stockfleckig bzw. fleckig, Besitzsign. a. V., Gbrsp., hds. Titelei a. R. Gutes Expl. - Varenius,(1621 / 1622 - 1650), Sohn eines Hofpredigers, studierte seit 1643 in Königsberg und Leiden Medizin, Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik, war seit 1646 Hauslehrer in Amsterdam und wurde 1649 zum Dr. med. promoviert (Disputatio medica inauguralis, de febri in genere). Im Rahmen einer länderkundlichen Reihe im Verlag Elsevier veröffentlichte Varenius 1649 eine kompilatorische Beschreibung Japans mit einem Anhang über Siam (Descriptio Regni Iaponicae, 1649, dt. 1974) und einen Tractatus de Iaponiorum religione (1649). Vor allem durch seine wahrscheinlich postum 1650 erschienene Geographia generalis, die u.a. von Isaac Newton verbreitet und übersetzt wurde, gilt Varenius als einer der bedeutendsten frühen Vorläufer der klassischen wissenschaftlichen Geographie, die für ihn ein Teil der Mathematik war. (DBE) - Hier die erste Auflage. - Varenius studied medicine, natural sciences and mathematics in Königsberg and Leyden. Since 1646 he teached in Amsterdam and obtained his doctorate in 1649. He published with Elzevir some early books on Japan. Specially through his Geographia generalis, probably published posthum, which was translated by Isaac Newton, Varenius was one of the pioneers of the classical scientific geography, which for him was part of the mathematics. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Alte Drucke; Reise

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Lacus Bodamicus. Der Boden See

      Merian Matthias 1650 - "Lacus Bodamicus. Der Boden See". Orig. copper-engraving, M. Merian, ca. 1650. With engraved title and a wind-rose. 22,5:38,5 cm (8 3/4 x 15 1/4 inch.). A decorative map of the Lake of Constance with Constance, Bregenz, Überlingen and many other cities.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek]
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        Xensi, Imperii Sinarum Provincia Tertia.

      Blaeu 1650-60, Amsterdam - Copper-engraving, handcolored in outline, published in Blaeu’s ‘Atlas Major’ around 1650-60. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        Pascaart vande Custen Van Andaluzia, Portugal, Gallißien, Biseajen, en eengedeelt von Vranckyck, beginnen van Heysant totaende mont van de Straat van Gibraltar, alles op syn ware distantien courßenen Polus hoogte geleyt. - Tabula Hydrographica de Oris Andalusiae, Portugalliae, Galliciae Biscajae et aliqua Galliae parte; incipiendo ab Heysantusq ad littus maritinum Gibraltar omnia cum veris suis distantiis et cursibus ad altiudinem Poli directa. Amstelodami Apud Ioannem Ianßonium

      J. Janssonius 1650/55, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash. Full margins as published. Minor skillfully restorations at the upper and lower centre fold, else in excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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