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2013-09-28 07:49:22
Blith, Wa[lter] (Walter Blith)
London: Printed for John Wright at the Kings-head in the Old-Bayley, 1653. Quarto, [26], 274, [12] pages, engraved pictorial title and second text title, beginning "All clearly demonstrated...", two folding engraved plates and three full-page woodcut illustrations. Third Edition. "Blith wrote two books on husbandry which surpass all others of their time for their practical good sense, their evidence of his own and others' farming experience, the candour of the author's judgments and opinions, and the care given to describing new farming practices and making textual changes as time and improved knowledge permitted. His The English Improver, or, A New Survey of Husbandry (1649), offering six pieces of improvement, was dedicated to both houses of parliament and the 'ingenuous reader'. In the same year another edition appeared. A so-called third impression was 'much augmented' (1652) and was, in fact, a thoroughly revised work. It was entitled The English Improver Improved, or, The Survey of Husbandry Surveyed, and its second part contained Six Newer Pieces of Improvement" - Oxford DNB. Fussell stated that "for really practical advice, [Blith's] English Improver is probably the best of the bunch." and Ernle mentions that Blith is thorough on the issue of field drainage. (Fussell, Old English Farming Books). One signature toward middle of the text block separating. Significant chipping around the edges of the engraved title page, few small early ink marks throughout, but otherwise generally clean. in worn, brown calf board, simply rebacked in brown … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-20 17:15:06
MASCALL, Leonard. ( Mascal).:
London, printed by Thomas Harper for Martha Harison, 1653.. most Diseases. The third discoursing the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs, with true Remedies to help the Infirmities that befall any of them. Also perfect Instructions for taking of Moales, and likewise for the monthly husbanding of Grounds, as hath been already approved, and by long experience entertained amongst all sorts, especially Husbandmen, who have made use thereof, to their great profit and contentment. Reprint 1653 (first published in 1587), 8vo, approximately 175 x 125 mm, 7 x 5 inches, 1 small illustration, printed in black letter, pages (6), 307 plus (2) index, pagination erratic in a few places, 19th century full calf, decoratively tooled and embossed on covers and spine, gilt lettered brown morocco label and raised bands, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding very slightly rubbed at extremities, armorial bookplate of Thomas Alfred Yarrow (1817-1874), railway engineer and surveyor of bridges in England and India, on front pastedown, name and address of another owner on reverse of front endpaper, title page slightly dusty and very slightly spotted, slightly trimmed at fore-edge and at lower edge, no loss, small grazed area in first subtitle with loss of 4 small words, 2 tiny single worm holes to lower margin from title page to page 77 where a small track is formed persisting to page 107, one or two upper margins trimmed with loss of running title, occasional light spots to margins, very occasional small pale damp stain to margis, a few brown spots to pages 148-154, no loss of legibility, one … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-03 16:27:37
BYTHNER, VICTORINUS (1605?-1670?)
Londini : typis Jacobi Flesher : prostat apud Cornelium Bee ... Little Britain, 1653, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition. Finely bound in modern leather-backed, marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather label to spine. Raised bands. Some dust-toning evident to the page margins as with age, which is heavier on the title and prelims pages. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 352 pages; Physical description: 342 [i. E. 352], [2], 69, [8], 46, [2] p. ; 23 cm. Language: Latin. Subjects: Bible. O. T. Psalms - Commentaries - Early works to 1800. Bible. Hebrew. O. T. Psalms. Bible. O. T. Psalms - Criticism, Textual - Early works to 1800. Hebrew language - Aramaic language - Grammar - Early works to 1800. Notes: Error in pagination: 1st sequence: P. 352 misnumbered 342. Hebrew text interspersed with Latin commentary. Main text in double columns. With a final errata leaf. Full title: Lyra prophetica Davidis Regis, sive analysis critico-practica psalmorum : in qua omnes & singulae voces Hebraeae in Psalterio contentae, tam propriae quam appellativae (nulla excepta) ad regulas artis revocantur; earumque significationes genuinæ explicantur: elegantiae linguae propriae evolvuntur : insuper harmonia Hebraei textus cum paraphrasi Chaldaea, & versione Graeca LXXII. Interpretum, in locis, sententiis discrepantibus, fideliter confertur : cui ad calcem addita est brevis institutio linguae Hebraeae & Chaldaeae / st … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MW Books [Ireland]
2013-09-01 14:39:02
Kupferstich von zwei Platten gedruckt aus Merian 1653. 26.5x65 cm. - Die schöne grosse Ansicht mit reicher Schiffsstaffage. Weißer Papierrand bis zur Randleiste ergänzt.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2013-08-22 14:58:38
LISBOA. Com todas las licencias [O]fficina Craesbeeckiana. 1653. In 16º de 10x7 cm. Com [viii], 172, [iv] fólios. Encadernação da época inteira de pele sobre tábuas de madeira, cansada, com falhas e trabalhos de traça nas pastas e na lombada. Exemplar com título de posse coevo: 'He pª ouso das Relij. Carmelitas Descalças de Lx' (É para uso das Religiosas Carmelitas Descalças de Lisboa). Impressão muito nítida em miniatura. Obra raríssima que não é referida nas principais bibliografias e da qual não existem exemplares catalogados nas principais bibliotecas. As regras da Ordem das Carmelitas Descalças foram editadas em Salamanca por los herederos de Mathias Gast, 1581, em Madrid, por Pedro Madrigal, em 1588. O USTC 5020268, regista uma edição de Alacalá de Henares, 1625, O Catálogo da Livraria Monteverde, nº 4402 regista uma edição de 1744 e a BNP possui exemplares de edições de Pamplona, 1774 e Madrid, 1779. Todas estas edições são muito raras. A Ordem dos Carmelitas Descalços é um ramo da Ordem dos Carmelitas e foi fundada pela reforma de Santa Teresa de Jesus e de S. João da Cruz, que se iniciou pela decisão de Santa Teresa em Setembro de 1560, e pela fundação do Convento de S. José em 1562. Em 1593 o Papa Clemente VIII concedeu total autonomia ao novo ramo reformado. Language: Castelhano / Spanish Location/localizacao: M-5-E-6 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2013-07-28 15:27:14
Petrus Forestus
Rothomagi - Joanet Davidis Berthelin, 1653 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce example of this work by Petrus Forestus. In Latin. Volumes I and II of a four part set, bound in one. The title page of volume I is missing, as are the first twenty pages of the preface. The signature of the first page present reads i1. The final 28 pages of the preface and index are present. The final page of text of volume II is also missing; the final page is 434 instead of 435. With decorated head and tail pieces and an engraving to the title page of volume II. Pieter van Foreest, also called Petrus Forestus (Alkmaar, 1521 Alkmaar, 1597), was one of the most prominent physicians of the Dutch Republic. He was known as the Hollandic Hippocrates. During his practice years in Alkmaar, Forestus began to take notes on the maladies of his patients, and how he treated them. Later he arranged the data and eventually collected over 1350 Observationes with appropriate Scholia. The Observationes were personal perceptions of patients and diseases, and formed the basis for the subsequent Scholia, initially dedicated as a separate monograph to personal acquaintances such as Prince Maurice of Orange, and city governments, like those of Alkmaar, Delft, Leiden, Amsterdam and Enkhuizen. In 1609 all his monographs and the treatise on urinalysis were bundled and published in Frankfurt as the Opera Omnia. Numerous reprints followed, of which this work is one. Condition: Rebound in an institutional cloth covered binding of the Birmingham Medical Institute. Externally, sound with shelfwear and bumping. Slight strai … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-26 08:21:54
CONTI, Natalis
Genf, I. de Tournes 1653.. 8°. 8 Bll., 1125 S. 81 Bll., Mit Druckermarke auf dem Tit. Pmt. d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit., kl. Eckabschn. am flieg. Vors. Souhart 345.; Nicht im VD17 - Natale Conti oder Natalis Comes, auch Natalis de Comitibus und Französisch Noël le Comte (1520-1582) war ein italienischer Mythenschreiber, Poet, Humanist und Historiker. 'His major work Mythologiae, ten books written in Latin, was first published in Venice in 1567 and became a standard source for classical mythology in later Renaissance Europe. It was reprinted in numerous editions; after 1583, these were appended with a treatise on the Muses by Geoffroi Linocier. By the end of the 17th century, his name was virtually synonymous with mythology: a French dictionary in defining the term mythologie noted that it was the subject written about by Natalis Comes". (Wikipedia). Enthält auf den Seiten 1064-1125 das volkstümliche Gedicht über die Jagd.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2013-07-22 19:16:29
- Impressos por mandado e orde[m] de MANOEL DE SALDANHA do Conselho de sua Magestade Reitor da mesma Vniversidade e Bispo Eleito de Viseo. EM COIMBRA Na Officina de Thome Carualho Impressor da Vniversidade. Anno 1654. In fólio 29,5x20 cm. Com 14, [vi], 330, [vi], 208, 10, [vi] pags. Encadernação do século xviii inteira de pele com nervos na lombada, danificada por falhas de pele. Ilustrado com magnifico frontispício gravado e uma gravura aberta a buril com título dentro de portada gravada, ornada com diversas figuras e encimada pelas armas do reino e a esfera armilar, ambos desenhados por Josefa Ayalla, Óbidos 1653. No fim da obra vêm o Regimento dos Médicos e Boticários Cristãos Velhos, seguido do Reportório do mesmo. A primeira versão impressa dos estatutos da universidade de Coimbra publicou-se em 1591, a presente é a segunda feita seguramente pela necessidade de uma reforma no âmbito da Restauração. No tempo do Marquês de Pombal, com a necessidade de remover a influência dos jesuítas, publicou-se a terceira e última. Inocêncio II, 236. "Tem frontispicio gravado a buril, com uma elegante portada, e outra estampa que representa a Sabedoria (antiga insignia da Universidade), delineada, como se vê da inscripção, pela insigne pintora Josepha d'Ayalla, mais conhecida pelo nome de Josepha de Obidos. O preço d'estes Estatutos, de que tem apparecido em Lisboa varios exemplares á venda, ha sido ultimamente regulado de 960 a 1:600 réis, e alguns chegaram, creio, a 1:920 reis. Brunet no seu Manual faz menção de dous exemplares, vendidos um por 100 francos, o outro por 24 ditos." Lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva
2013-07-22 10:35:49
Van Etten, Henry; Leurechon, Jean (attr.); Oughtred, William
William Leake, London, 1653. Second Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. 1/4 early leather over marbled boards, corners reinforced with vellum. Worn and rubbed, front hinge split but attached by cords. Notes to endpapers, scattered light foxing, a few finger smudges, small section of worming to the bottom margin just touching a few letters; generally clean. The second English edition of this important book of mathematics, illusions, fireworks, and optics first published in 1624 as Les récréations mathématiques and often attributed to Jean Leurechon Brunet 7849 (French ed.). & & With the Description of the Use of the Generall Horological Ring and The Double Horizontall Diall by William Oughtred bound in at the end with a separate title dated 1652 and unpaginated. Lacking the rear endpaper. With a separate engraved title with a slightly different title. Immensely popular and influential, it passed through over 30 editions in thje 17th century, influencing the wave of popular mathematical books to come. & & [40], 284, [1], 285-286, [17] p. With in text illustrations throughout. Graesse 8.46 (French ed.). First issue of the second English edition. ESTC R217635 Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 041376. .
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2013-07-18 17:44:28
Bible - O.T. - Greek]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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2013-06-06 17:22:35
DALECHAMPS, J.
Lyon, P. Borde, L. Arnaud & C. Rigaud. 1653. 2 volumes. Folio (360 x 235mm). pp. (8), 960, (36); (120), 758, (30), with 2752 woodcuts. Contemporary calf, richly gilt decorated spines in 6 compartments. The second and last French edition of Dalechamp's famous herbal. The first Latin edition was published 1586-87 followed in 1615 by the first French edition. The present edition is the most complete one in the French language. "Dalechamp is considered by some authorities to have been one of the most erudite of the French botanists of the 16th century. His book is a compilation of the botanical knowledge available at that date, and is important as it shows another grouping attemp at a classification of the plants which he described. A number of woodcuts were especially made for the book from plants sent to the author by Lobel, l'Ecluse, and others, but for the most part were taken from previously published works" (Hunt 154). Dalechamp was a student of Rondelet and among his regular correspondents were Conrad Gesner, Joseph Justus Scaliger, Robert Constantin and Jean Fernel. First two leaves of each volumes have the outer margins somewhat browned, else a fine copy. Nissen BBI, 447.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-06-06 13:42:29
UGHELLI Ferdinando
Romae, Sumptibus Blasij Deuersin, & Zenobij Masotti, typis Vitalis Mascardi. Superiorum permissu, & Privilegio 1653 Buono con bruniture e fioriture 1 volume - opera incompleta Ughèlli, Ferdinando. - Erudito (Firenze 1594 - Roma 1670). Cisterciense, abate del monastero dei SS. Vincenzo e Anastasio alle Acque Salvie (Tre Fontane), autore della Italia sacra (9 voll., 1642-62) prima storia delle diocesi italiane, attraverso [...] Tomo Quinto della serie "Italia Sacra ...", disponibili anche i voll. I-II-III-IV-VI-VII, tutti della prima edizione ed estremamente rari. Mancano i voll. VIII e IX. I 7 voll. disponibili sono [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-06-03 21:37:50
London: Printed for John Wright at the Kings-head in the Old-Bayley, 1653. Quarto, [26], 274, [12] pages, engraved pictorial title and second text title, beginning "All clearly demonstrated...", two folding engraved plates and three full-page woodcut illustrations. Third Edition. "Blith wrote two books on husbandry which surpass all others of their time for their practical good sense, their evidence of his own and others' farming experience, the candour of the author's judgments and opinions, and the care given to describing new farming practices and making textual changes as time and improved knowledge permitted. His The English Improver, or, A New Survey of Husbandry (1649), offering six pieces of improvement, was dedicated to both houses of parliament and the 'ingenuous reader'. In the same year another edition appeared. A so-called third impression was 'much augmented' (1652) and was, in fact, a thoroughly revised work. It was entitled The English Improver Improved, or, The Survey of Husbandry Surveyed, and its second part contained Six Newer Pieces of Improvement" - Oxford DNB. Fussell stated that "for really practical advice, [Blith's] English Improver is probably the best of the bunch." and Ernle mentions that Blith is thorough on the issue of field drainage. (Fussell, Old English Farming Books). One signature toward middle of the text block separating. Significant chipping around the edges of the engraved title page, few small early ink marks throughout, but otherwise generally clean. in worn, brown calf board, simply rebacked in brown calf, with gilt titling to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink [U.S.A.]
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2013-03-29 18:42:45
[MARKHAM, Gervase & LAWSON, William].
London: Printed for E. Brewster and George Sawbridge [or] Printed by Thomas Harper, for John Harrington [or] 1653-54.. Five works published as one volume with a general title, 8vo, (ii); (xxvi), 84, 87-133, 136-188; (x), 68, 61-88, 98, 98-99, 92-188; (iv), 20, (vi), 126, (4); (iv), 92, (4); (vi), 56, (2), 69-112 pp, lacking one leaf (H3) in "Cheape and Good Husbandry" otherwise complete, with much mispagination as called for. Title page of "The English Hous-wife" with a closed tear to the inner margin, some minor browning, light damp stain to a few leaves in the first work, contemporary signature of "Ricus [Richard] Newton" and other later inscriptions to front blanks, one of which has had repairs to the edges. Contemporary calf with blind stamped rules and the initials "R.N." to both covers, recently rebacked. A compilation of some of Markham's most popular works, covering a wide range of country and household subjects, including animal husbandry, bee-keeping, cookery, distillation, the spinning of wool, hunting, falconry and planting fruit and herb gardens. Markham died in 1637 with an impressive body of work both literary and scientific, "...indispensable guides to the practicalities of Renaissance life" (DNB). Wing M612, M630, M638, M621 and L731. One of a number of issues of this collection, containing tracts that were also published separately. The final work, "A New Orchard and Garden" is by William Lawson, although it contains a section by Markham.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB
2013-03-23 17:30:10
Slichtenhorst, Arend van.
Arnhem., Iacob van Biesen., 1653. 34 x 22 cms, (16) p. met voortitel, gegraveerde titelblad, toe-eygeninghe, ladatio, inhoud. 1-116, (4), 1-596, (24) bladzijden. Enkele afbeeldingen in de tekst, 20 dubbelbladige kaarten en plattegronden. Uitslaande kaart van Gelderland, met op de vouwen aan achterzijde resten van cellotape, met op die vouwen onaangename verkleuring. Op voorblad oude eigenarennaam. Perkamenten blindgestempelde band uit de tijd. Met resten van toebindlinten. Exemplaar in nette staat
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon
2013-02-28 17:23:29
WATERHOUSE (Edward):
First (and only) Edition, viii, 263, [1]pp, 8vo, a good copy in recent panelled calf old style, London, T.M. for M.M., G. Bedell and T. Collins, 1653. Wing W.1048. Madan, Oxford Books, A Bibliography of Printed Works Relating to The University and City of Oxford, III, p.23 (item 2212): "Chiefly an appeal [for learning] on general grounds, but there is an historical section on pp.43-72..." Edward Waterhouse (1619-1670) was educated at Cambridge University but spent some years at Oxford in order to pursue his studies in the Bodleian Library. He later moved to Sion College London and it was during this period that he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society; eventually he became a preacher.Waterhouse's Humble Apologie for Learning and Learned Men was his first work. "My emulation is to propose Learning & Learned Men, as the Horsemen and Chariots of any Nation, and to discover that without them a People can expect nothing but Barbarity and Bestial Vulpinariness.. the More men are sunk in ignorance, and estranged from Arts and Sciences, the nearer come they to the life of Beasts and Savages: for unless the power of the mind, by which we are distinguished from Brutes, be by liberal sciences ordered and modified, all their virtue and nobility will degenerate into not only a likeness to, but into a degree of rudeness beyond beasts" (p.7) Waterhouse gives a survey of learning in Britain from the earliest times to his present, listing the colleges of the two Universities (Oxford and Cambridge) and giving historical notes (p.67ff). He goes on to defend the university and the scholar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian Bookseller
2013-01-15 15:04:19
John Field
London: John Field, 1653. First edition. Hardcover. Good. Full early blind tooled Morocco leather binding with silver clasps. Thick 16mo. Approx. 1200 pages. Red rulled throughout. Engraved title page. Red rulled throughout. The colonial pearl bible was named such due to the small size of the text. This book is very well know for the number of errors. Three owners name behind the title page. Internal hinges cracked in places. External binding is firm. Paper is browned and there is is one small hand written note in the text. Owners bookplate inside the rear cover. Edges and spine worn. A few small page sections are loose from the binding.
Bookseller: Golden Books Group
2013-01-12 00:04:42
Della Torre Raffaele.
Cm. 14,5, pp. (8) 546 (30). Fregio xilografico al frontespizio. Leg. strettamente coeva in pergamena rigida, dorso e nervi con bei titoli manoscritti. Esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera scritto in risposta al celebre testo antiveneziano anonimo apparso nel 1612, teso a sostenere la illegittimità del governo della Serenissima. Cfr. Piantanida (1028): ""Rara edizione originale..."".
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-08 00:04:44
Van Etten, Henry; Leurechon, Jean (attr.); Oughtred, William
William Leake, London, 1653. Second Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. 1/4 early leather over marbled boards, corners reinforced with vellum. Worn and rubbed, front hinge split but attached by cords. Notes to endpapers, scattered light foxing, a few finger smudges, small section of worming to the bottom margin just touching a few letters; generally clean. The second English edition of this important book of mathematics, illusions, fireworks, and optics first published in 1624 as Les récréations mathématiques and often attributed to Jean Leurechon Brunet 7849 (French ed.). With the Description of the Use of the Generall Horological Ring and The Double Horizontall Diall by William Oughtred bound in at the end with a separate title dated 1652 and unpaginated. Lacking the rear endpaper. With a separate engraved title with a slightly different title. Immensely popular and influential, it passed through over 30 editions in thje 17th century, influencing the wave of popular mathematical books to come. [40], 284, [1], 285-286, [17] p. With in text illustrations throughout. Graesse 8.46 (French ed.). First issue of the second English edition. ESTC R217635 Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 041376. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2012-12-28 16:10:27
ULFELDT, Corfitz.
Rouen, Iacques Caillové, 1653. 12:o. (12),+ 417 s. Hårt skuren i övre marginal och ibland något snett, med enstaka delförluster av pagina, enstaka blad lösa. Sista bladet uppfodrat. Något nött skinnband från början av 1800-talet, guldornerad rygg med blå titeletikett, röda stänksnitt. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Bibl. danica III, sp. 1534. Thesaurus 690, not. Den franska översättningen av "landsförrädaren" Corfitz Ulfeldts försvar av sin ämbetsutövning. Det danska originalet, "Høytrengende aeris forsuar", författadas år 1651-52 i Stralsund och utkom i Hamburg 1652. Försvarskriften utkom även på holländska, tyska och latin. Efter att i juli 1651 lyckats bli frikänd från anklagelserna om att ha velat giftmörda Fredrik III, framförda av Dina Vihofers och Jørgen Walter vid jultid 1650, lämnade Corfitz Ulfeldt Danmark (tillsammans med sin familj och ca 1 miljon riksdaler) i rädsla för en undersökning av hans ämbetsutövning. Det är denna undersökning han här bemöter. Han valde dock att inte återvända utan slöt sig senare till Karl X Gustav, vilket blev inledningen till hans stora landsförräderi.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2012-12-02 10:07:07
AGRIPPA (Henri-Corneille)
La Haye Adrien Vlacq 1653 - 2 textes en 1 volume in-16, 501 pp., 48 pp. Reliure plein veau époque, dos à nerfs ornés de filets eet fleurons, double filet en encadrement sur les plats. Suivi d'un second texte avec sa page de titre distinct : De Nobilitate & praecellentia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE GIARD
2012-06-30 13:45:06
Alcayde Abulcacim Tarif Abentarique and Miguel de Luna
Madrid - Melchor Sanchez, 1653 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An early Spanish translation of the history of Don Rodrigo, Roderic, Visigothic King of Hispania, known as 'the last King of the Goths', and the conquest of the Iberian peninsula and Spanish mainland by invading Muslims. Bound in early if not original vellum. The title page is supplied in manuscript as shown. Missing the last two leaves of the table . This work has been dated and publication details from the title page of the Second Part. In Spanish. Translated from the Arabic by Miguel de Luna. A handwritten title page has been tipped-in to the front pastedown. Condition: The textblock binding is becoming loose in places. The hinges are held by two cords only. Pages 227-238 and 323-334 are only partially attached. There are creases and discolouration to the extremities. Internally the pages have some browning with background foxing and tidemarks throughout, prominent to the front and rear. There are occasional, marginalink inscriptions. There is slight chipping the page edges, prominent to the front and rear of the book, that does not affect the text. There is a closed tear to the fore-edge margin of page 237. There is a section missing from the bottom of page 231 that affects some of thetext. Overall the condition is good only..
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2012-06-30 09:31:13
DALECHAMPS, J.
1653. Lyon, P. Borde, L. Arnaud & C. Rigaud. 1653. 2 volumes. Folio (360 x 235mm). pp. (8), 960, (36); (120), 758, (30), with 2752 woodcuts. Contemporary calf, richly gilt decorated spines in 6 compartments. The second and last French edition of Dalechamp's famous herbal. The first Latin edition was published 1586-87 followed in 1615 by the first French edition. The present edition is the most complete one in the French language. "Dalechamp is considered by some authorities to have been one of the most erudite of the French botanists of the 16th century. His book is a compilation of the botanical knowledge available at that date, and is important as it shows another grouping attemp at a classification of the plants which he described. A number of woodcuts were especially made for the book from plants sent to the author by Lobel, l'Ecluse, and others, but for the most part were taken from previously published works" (Hunt 154). Dalechamp was a student of Rondelet and among his regular correspondents were Conrad Gesner, Joseph Justus Scaliger, Robert Constantin and Jean Fernel. First two leaves of each volumes have the outer margins somewhat browned, else a fine copy. Nissen BBI, 447..
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk
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2012-06-30 01:43:28
Hauck Ferdinand
1653. VD17 23:639996X (nur 1 Ex. in Wolfenbüttel).- Sehr seltene Salzburger Ausgabe der zehn Predigten von Ferdinand Hauck (1653-1678) aus Amorbach; er war Barnabit in Wien.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, gebräunt u. braunfleckig (tls. stärker), Ebd. etw. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-06-27 15:26:44
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Jean Somer(s) Pruthenus n. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville b. Pierre Mariette d.Ä. in Paris, dat. 1653 (1658), 42 x 54,2 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Pastoureau, Les Atlas Francais XVI.-XVII. Siecles, S. 402 ff., Sanson V A 1658, Nr. 70; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 187 (Jean <Jan van; Johannes> Somer <Somers; Sommer; Sommers> Pruthenus. Engraver working in Paris for Nicolas Sanson, Pierre Mariette and others. ...). - Zeigt die Region Valencia, Aragonien (Aragon), Katalonien (Cataluna) mit der Mittelmeerküste von der französisch-spanischen Grenze bis Alicante sowie die Baleareninseln Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza u. Formentera. - Unten links Kartusche mit Kartentitel, Verlegeradresse u. Datierung in 13 Zeilen; darunter links Stechersignatur ('Somer sulp').
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2012-06-26 13:57:26
GUTIERREZ I. Lazarus.
Lugduni, 1653 in-4, pp. (12), 210, (8), 1 cb, leg. carta dec. inizi '900. Front. a due colori. Gr. vignetta in rame al front., fregi e iniziali xilogr. Rarissimo trattato sui malocchi, maledizioni e stregonerie: interess. i capitoli dedicati al fascino "diabolico" e ai rimedi per debellare il morbo. Manca a Graesse. Wellcome cita di questo autore un'altra opera. Sconosciuta anche a Hirtsch che cita solo la "Febrilogiae". Solo 2 copie censite nelle biblioteche italiane.
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-06-22 19:58:15
GUICHARDIN LOUIS. (EN ITALIEN : GUICCIARDINI LUDOVICO. 1523-1589).
1653. PETIT ET FORT IN-12 (9 X 13,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE 295 PAGES, RELIURE D'EPOQUE PLEIN VELIN IVOIRE A RECOUVREMENT, DOS REFAIT POSTERIEUREMENT EN BASANE. ILLUSTRE DE 23 PLANS DE VILLES REPLIES HORS TEXTE. RARE. Latin
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne. Chateau De Capens (Sarl) [FR]
2012-06-17 04:47:01
CUNHA, D. Manoel [or Manuel] da, Bishop of Elvas and Archbishop designate, later Archbishop of Lisbon, and Jorge de Araujo Estaço.
Lisbon, Na Officina Craesbeeckiana, 1653. - 4°, disbound Caption title. Woodcut initial on p. 1. Final blank leaf, which is conjugate to the first leaf, almost detached. Page numbers shaved on first leaf. Overall in good to very good condition. 22 pp., (1 blank leaf). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The "Respostas" by Jorge de Araujo Estaço, with their own caption titles, begin on pp. 15 and 19.D. Manuel da Cunha, born in Lisbon in 1594, was Bishop of Elvas, chief chaplain to D. João IV, and finally Archbishop of Lisbon, where he died in 1658. He was a major figure in the restoration of Portuguese independence after December 1, 1640.*** Arouca C786. Barbosa Machado III, 213. Innocêncio V, 406-7 (without collation and with slightly different title); XVI, 167. Pinto de Matos (1970), p. 213. Fonseca, @Restauração 416. Palha 3292. Not in @Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração. Not in Trindade @Restauração. Porbase cites a single copy in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in CCPBE. Copac cites a copy in the British Library. WorldCat lists only the Harvard copy. Not located in Library of Congress Online Catalogue. Not located in Aladin. Not located in Hollis. Not located in Orbis. Not located in Melvyl. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books
2012-06-16 18:10:47
[LIVRES ANCIENS] - QUINTE-CURCE
Paris, Courbe, 1653; in-4, XXXIIII pp. + 773 pp. + table, relié plein-veau d'epoque, dos orné à nerfs. Quinte-Curce (Quintus Curtius Rufus) historien latin, vécut au 1er siècle après J.-C., probablement sous l'empereur Claude. Cette Histoire d'Alexandre Ier, personnage haï à cette époque, traduit par Vaugelas, est certainement la seule œuvre de Quinte-Curce qui nous soit parvenu. Bon état.
Bookseller: Librairie Alphabets [France]
2012-06-15 18:21:14
Mercurio Geronimo (Girolamo) Scipione
Leipzig: Timothel Rikschens (Timothy Ritsch), 1653. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. First German edition of this classic of Renaissance midwifery first published in 1596. Mercurio (ca. 1540 - 1615) a Dominican friar and later, practicing physician, was the first to adequately describe the Caesarean section. His work, written in the vernacular in Italian and German, was widely influential. Extra engraved title and 23 full page plates (though many much smaller than a full page) showing equipment, cut aways, and fetus position in the womb. Contemporary leather binding, original ties worn, frayed, and incomplete, a few small worm holes; binding is rubbed and worn but attractive, text block pulled fully away from spine, occasional light worming and some chipping and loss to some corners; lacking front endpapers, but intact and complete. The plates are finely executed and often striking. (32), 844pp. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz. Category: Medicine & Health; Inventory No: 037880.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-13 18:45:54
DASYPODIUS, Petrus.
Frankfurt, Johannes Gothofredus Schönwetter, Druck Matthäus Kempfer 1653.. 8°. 413 nn. Bll., Titelblatt in rot u. schwarz. Aufwendig gestalteter Ledereinband der Zeit, mit umlaufendem Rankenwerk und Granatapfelmotiven in rechteckigen u. eingepassten rautenförmigen Rahmen in aufwendiger Blindprägung durch Rollen- u. Plattenstempel, sow. dreiseitigem, mit Prägemuster versehenem, Goldschnitt. Gering berieben u. bestoßen, mit einigen Wurmgängen, Schließbänder fehlen. Vorsatz u. Buchblock durchgehend schwach gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Mit e. Besitzeintrag v. alter Hand am Titelblatt u. vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt (Ex libris monasterii S. Lamberti dat. 1661 sow. einer weiteren alten handschriftlichen Eintragung am hinteren unbedruckten Blatt.. Vgl. ADB 4,763. VD17 12:130121V. Georgi 1,358 - sehr seltene Ausgabe dieses oftmals aufgelegten, lateinisch-deutschen Wörterbuchs des reformatorisch gesinnten Schweizer Humanisten u. Philologen D. (1490-1559). VD17 weist eine Ausgabe mit gleichem Impressum und sehr ähnlichem Titelwortlaut unter dem Haupttitel "Dasypodius Catholicus" nach, der Nachweis bei Georgi erlaubt keine eindeutige Identifizierung der jeweiligen Titelvariante. Die Titelfassung des vorliegenden Exemplars wendet sich ausdrücklich an katholische und nichtkatholische Benützer. Kein Nachweis in den europäischen Verbundkatalogen bzw. im antiquarischen Angebot. Diese Ausgabe nicht bei VD17.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
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2012-06-10 21:25:43
Duncon, John]
Printed for Rich: Royston, at the Angel in Ivy-Lane, London 1653 - First separate edition. Engraved frontispiece portrait by William Marshall. [2], 54 [i.e. 94] pp., paginated irregularly: pp. 1-46, 27-50, 31-54. 1 vols. 12mo. First published in 1648, as part of THE RETURNES OF SPIRITUAL COMFORT AND GRIEF IN A DEVOUT SOUL (Wing D2605). A "third edition" (Wing D2606), also of 1653, appeared under the title THE HOLY LIFE AND DEATH OF ?, but with an entirely different, expanded collation (see OCLC: 12730375). This (Wing D2606A) would appear to be the first separate edition of THE LIFE, and it is quite rare thus: ESTC locates only 2 copies in America (UCLA and the Clark Library).To add to the interest of this copy, the verso of the title leaf bears the engraved armorial bookplate of "John Newdigate of the Inner Temple London Esq: 1702". Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) D2606A; ESTC R19150 Eighteenth-century sheep, red leather spine label, lovely copy, early owner's initials on title page and inscription marked through at top edge Engraved frontispiece portrait by William Marshall. [2], 54 [i.e. 94] pp., paginated irregularly: pp. 1-46, 27-50, 31-54. 1 vols. 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
2012-06-04 14:28:53
VIOLET, Thomas
London, 1653. First. hardcover. xiv + 114pp. The 1 large folding table is torn but complete. Pages are age- toned and foxed with soft edges on some leaves. Thin small folio, magnificently rebound in full deep burgundy morocco with ornate gilt and blind-tooled decorations on the covers and spine; marbled endpapers. London: Printed in the Yeere of our Lord, 1653. First edition. Rare.Expose, addressed to Cromwell and Parliament, of ships which had attempted to take out of the country "all the silver now coyned in the tower, beeing neere 400,000 pounds". Violet himself had been convicted of the same crime, but was pardoned on condition of exposing other malefactors. The folding table lists about 60 ships, naming their masters and owners. STC Wing V593.[Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2012-05-31 20:04:17
Bible. O.T. Greek. Septuagint. 1653
Londini: Rogerus Daniel 8vo (17.5 cm, 6.9"). [8], 1279, [3], 186, [2] pp.. 1653 First edition of the Septuagint printed in England, edited by the scholar and Socinian controversialist John Biddle. Two issues of this edition are known to exist: This is a copy of issue B: Further, there are two states of issue B: This is the variant with 16 lines of text in the dedication. => The Greek type is small, but readable and elegant. This edition includes the Scholia, with a separate title-page ("In Sacra Biblia Graeca ex versione LXX. interpretum Scholia; simul et interpretum cæterorum lectiones variantes"); the Old Testament is printed in double-column format, and the title-page in red and black. Contemporary speckled calf, covers framed in triple blind fillets, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label (chipped) and blind-tooled ray decorations in head and foot compartments; sides with small scuffs and patches of mild to moderate discoloration, leather chipped at head of spine and nicked at lower front edge, spine leather showing thin cracks. Pastedowns and front free endpaper lacking, back free endpaper and fly-leaves partially excised. Pages trimmed very closely, in a few cases touching headers or first or last letters. Title-page with early inked ownership inscription, lined through. Occasional small ink spots, touching but virtually never obscuring letters; one leaf with three words corrected in an early inked hand; scattered instances of early underlining in colored pencil. Mild age-toning. => A landmark of Bible printing in England.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2012-05-31 13:40:53
Licetus, Fortunius (1577-1657)
Udine Italy (Utini): Nicolai Schiratti, 1653 but colophon 1652. Hardcover. Very Good. Copperplates (110 mostly large) + 10 full-page copperplates + 3 folding plates, one is a cancel stuck over another plate. Folio newer half brown pig (slightly rubbed) Titlepage with nice copperplate with PAX (peace) and her emblems flanked by 2 nude boys each holding 3 oil lamps + [18]pp dedication & other prelims with large woodcut headpiece of cherubs, flamingo-like birds, fruit etc. & large initial with bird in a branch) + 3-1280 Columns (ie. 2 numbers per page) + [27]pp indices & errata +[1]p colophon Dated 1652 with large female figure. New endpapers, one corner of a page repaired with tissue affecting only part of a few lines of side notes & 2 margins repaired not affecting printed area. Some offsetting or show-through from the plates and 4 pages with some soiling, other pages very clean and crisp (possibly washed but print & plates entirely dark and crisp). Now lacks 2 leaves (Vv 3-4): 2 leaves were removed from this place when it was rebound (binder's note in German) but these pages obviously came from ANOTHER edition as they do not complete the sense of the missing pages. The removed pages are tipped in to the rear endpapers. These are NOT the two pornographic pages (Pp6 & Bbb4) which are often taken out but are here present. *An extensive, well illustrated work on lamps using examples from the museum of Joan. Galvani engraved by Jo. Georg. The text includes how fire is used in religious and other ceremonies, and gives inscriptions, symbols and with elucidatory side notes. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books
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2012-05-27 18:12:16
VALENZUELA VELAZQUEZ, Ioannis Baptistae [Juan Bautista Valenzuela Velazquez. 1574-1645]
ex Typographia Mariae de Quiñones. Expensis Emmanuelis Lopez Bi(1653). Cum Privilegio. Matriti: ex Typographia Mariae de Quiñones. Expensis Emmanuelis Lopez Bibliopola, 1653.- 2 VOLS. ([6 h.], 806 p., [53 h. de índice]; [6 h.], 670 p., [55 h. de índice]): Las portadas de ambos tomos con un escudo xilográfico sobre el pie de imprenta y a su lado derecho un escudo nobiliario grabado también en madera, en la mitad superior de la 3ª hoja del tomo 1º, gran escudo nobiliario (de D. Pasqualio de Aragón, Sacra Sacrae Alcantarens. Equestr. Milit. Trabea...) grabado al cobre por "Gregorio Forstman", y ambos tomos con letras capitulares grabadas en madera; Folio (31,3 x 23,5 cm.); Impresión a dos columnas; Texto en latín; Pergamino época.- Con motas de óxido no muy acusadas y con el papel tostado en bastantes hojas aunque con diferente intensidad, o sea ejemplar mareado como comunmente se dice. No obstante el papel se encuentra firme y fuerte y el texto perfectamente legible. Las portadas de ambos tomos con 2 firmas a tinta de la época que no tocan texto y otra más en la hoja de cortesía o respeto. También tiene algún renglón (muy pocos) subrayado discretamente a tinta de la época. La encuadernación en buen estado general, con pequeños desperfectos. PALAU Nº 348559 "El autor", gran jurista y prelado español, nació en el seno de una familia hidalga (de origen Cordobés) en Cuenca, el 2 de junio de 1574, y murió en Salamanca el 2 de febrero de 1645. De pensamiento antirregalista, este notable intelectual nos ha dejado una importantísima obra, tanto de temas religiosos, como morales o p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2012-05-20 10:16:40
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version). 1653
London: Evan Tyler for a Society of Stationers, 1653. 12mo (14.8 cm, 5.8"). [936] pp. This "authorized" Bible (i.e., King James Version) was printed by Evan Tyler, the King's Printer for Scotland in 1641–52 and 1660–72, for "a" society of stationers; "not," as NUC Pre-1956 notes, "'the' society, but a body who pretended that they possessed the ma[nuscript] of 1611, and claimed the copyright." The text, which in this edition does not include the Apocrypha, is printed 66 lines to a full page => ruled in bright red with the dedication's text additionally surrounded by an ornamental type border of small fleurs-de-lis. The title-page, engraved by W. Marshall, is => beautifully hand-colored in shades of red, green, yellow, brown, grey, and purple. A separate woodcut title-page, elaborately red-ruled but uncolored, introduces the New Testament. Binding: 18th-century full mottled crimson morocco, covers tooled in gilt with a rope and coin roll border, framing a single stamp of a Saracen ducally crowned, the => gilt supra-libros of Albemarle Bertie at the center of each board, gilt along the board edges and turn-ins in a floral roll pattern; spine gilt extra with a leafy flower tool in each of six compartments divided by gilt rolled raised bands; all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, and a green silk marker. Provenance: Ownership signature of Albemarle Bertie, 9th Earl of Lindsey (1744–1818), British general and sometime member of Parliament for Stamford (front fly-leaf verso), with his supra-libros as above and his armorial bookplate (front pastedown). S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2012-05-20 09:24:33
John Field. [1653-1654]. 24mo (4 1/2" x 2 3/8"). Engraved pictorial title page. Book of Psalms bound in at end. Period dark green morocco gilt, the covers stamped with Greek key border, all edges gilt. Very good. An attractive "pocket" bible. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA [Palm Springs, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-05-07 19:07:15
Slichtenhorst, Arend van
Arnhem., Iacob van Biesen., 1653. 34 x 22 cms, (16) p. met voortitel, gegraveerde titelblad, toe-eygeninghe, ladatio, inhoud. 1-116, (4), 1-596, (24) bladzijden. Enkele afbeeldingen in de tekst, 20 dubbelbladige kaarten en plattegronden. Uitslaande kaart van Gelderland, met op de vouwen aan achterzijde resten van cellotape, met op die vouwen onaangename verkleuring. Op voorblad oude eigenarennaam. Perkamenten blindgestempelde band uit de tijd. Met resten van toebindlinten. Exemplaar in nette staat. KEYWORDS: Nederland.
Bookseller: antiquariaat de rijzende zon
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2012-05-05 11:40:26
HILDESHEIM
1653.. Kupferstich v. Merian n. C. Buno. 23,5 x 63,5. Harz,. Dekorative Ansicht der Stadt. Sehr gut erhalten. Legenden von A - Z u. a - k.
Bookseller: Magdeburger Antiquariat
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2012-05-01 18:59:50
BARBARANO DE MIRONI Francesco.
Vicenza, Rosio, 1653 (per i primi 3 libri) poi Bressan 1760-62 (per gli altri ultimi 3 libri) "6 parti in 3 gr. voll. in-4, pp. (24), 295, (2); (8), 298, (14); (16), 320, (8); XII, 429, (2); (4), 458, (2); VII, 209, (2), leg. ottocentesca cartone con doppio tass. in pelle ai d. con tit. e fregi oro. Splendido front. inc. in rame nei primi 3 libri, sempre differente, con figure di Santi e Protettori della città, pianta e veduta di Vicenza (piazza dei Signori e Porta Monte), stemma araldico della città in rame alla dedicatoria. Al primo libro doppio front. in rame e una gr. tav. rip. in rame con l'indice e i ritratti dei Santi vicentini in edicola barocca. Fregi, iniziali e final. xilogr. Le ultime 3 parti furono pubblicate postume, morendo l'A. nel 1656. I libri II e VI sono leggermente più alti dei restanti. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini completo in ogni sua parte, di estrema rarità. [205]"
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-04-26 07:07:45
(Sendivogius (Sedziwoj), Michael).
Genf, de Tournes, 1653.. (17 x 10 cm). 11 (5 (3w)) 175 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit.. Sehr seltene Ausgabe seines 1604 erstmals in Prag erschienenen Hauptwerkes über den Samen der Metalle. - Sendivogius (1566-1636), Diplomat und Naturforscher im Dienste Kaiser Rudolph II., ist ein geschätzter und einflussreicher Autor, der zudem den Ruf eines obskuren Alchemisten hat. Mit seinen umfangreichen praktischen Erfahrungen trägt er dazu bei, dass sich die alchemistischen Untersuchungen von der Metalltransmutation hin zur Erforschung von Verbrennung und Atmung verlagern. Mit seinem Konzept der nitrösen, salpeterartigen Luftteilchen wird er zum Vorläufer der Phlogistontheorie. - Vereinzelt gering gebräunt, sonst sauber und gut erhalten. - Duveen 544; Neu 3771; Brüning 1850; vgl. Partington II, 427; Kopp II, 388; nicht bei Ferguson "Not mentioned by Ferguson and probably the last separate edition" (Duveen). - "Sendivogius was supposed to have achieved transmutation at the Polish court, at Prague in 1604 before the emperor Rudolf, who himself made the projection, and at Stuttgart in 1605 before the duke of Wurtemberg" (Thorndike). - Very mild browning in places, else a fine copy in recent marbled boards to style
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
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2012-04-24 21:51:46
NAUDE, Gabriel
- 2nd.ed., 8vo., (xxiv)+615pp.+table, a very good copy in early calf, hinges split and worn at top and bottom, spine rubbed. La Haye, 1653. Naudeís ìApology for the Great men who have been accused of Magicî is his principal work first published in 1625 in Paris when he was working for Cardinal Richelieu as librarian.
Bookseller: The Chaucer Head [United Kingdom]
2012-03-11 15:01:41
LE MAISTRE, Antoine ; [ LEMAISTRE, Antoine ]
Chez Henry Le Gras, et Michel Bobin, 1653. Dédié à Monseigneur Le Garde des Sceaux. Seconde Edition, reveue & augmentée des Citations rapportées dans leurs propres termes, & de plusieurs autres pièces du mesme Auteur, 1 vol. in-4 reliure plein vélin d'époque, Chez Henry Le Gras, et Michel Bobin, Paris, 1654, 6 ff., 288 pp. - 62 pp. (avec en page de titre datée de 1653 : Harangue prononcée au Parlement sur la Présentation des Lettres de Monsieur Seguier, Chancelier de France, puis titre intermédiaire :Harangue prononcée au Grand Conseil sur la Présentation des Lettres de Monsieur Seguier ), 115 pp.(avec en page de titre : Harangue prononcée à la Cour des Aydes sur la Présentation des Lettres de Monsieur Seguier et 1 f. n. ch. Le dernier texte est une lettre de Le Maistre au Cardinal de Richelieu pour la libération de M. de Saint-Cyran. Il s'agit de la rare seconde édition de ses plaidoyers, dont l'auteur contesta (à l'image de la première) la publication. Né en 1608, ce petit-fils d'Antoine Arnauld, fit un beau début de carrière comme avocat au Parlement, jusqu'en 1638 où, à l'instigation de Saint-Cyran, il renonça soudain au monde pour s'enfermer à Port-Royal. C'est là qu'il se consacrera à divers travaux intellectuels (il fournira notamment des documents à Pascal pour ses Provinciales), en compagnie de son frère Lemaistre de Sacy. Etat satisfaisant (mq. à la reliure en coupes et coiffe de tête, anc. mouill. - assez discrète). Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2012-03-07 16:47:30
Walenburch (Walenburg), Adrian u. Petrus
Bey Wilhelm Friessem im Ertzengel Gabriel in der Tranckgaß, Cölln (Köln), 1653. Kl.8°. Jetzt zum andern mahl in Truck außgeben vermehret und in die Hochteutsche Sprach übergesetzt Durch Ioannem Costerum Schluter B.V. Mariae in Pasculo Pastorem., 12 Bl., 616 S., 1 Bl. Errata. Mod. Pappbd. m. Rückenprägung. VD17 547:698319A. Seltener Kölner Druck, der den Katholiken Argumentationshilfe gegen die Lutheraner geben sollte. Lt. VD 17 nur ein Ex. in deutschen Bibliotheken. Zweite Ausgabe, die EA erschien 1645. Ohne den Titelkupfer. Besitzvermerk von Kloster Maria z. Freude(?), erste Seiten am oberen Rand schwach wasserrandig. Schönes, nahezu fleckenfreies Expl. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ostritzer Antiquariat [Ostritz, Germany]
2012-02-23 21:24:09
Imp. Herederos de Chrysostomo Garriz, por Bernardo, Valencia, 1653. 10 folios + 12 folios. Encuadernación moderna. 2 impresos el primeros Por el Real Convento de Nuestra Señora de la Merced y Rendición de Cautivos, con grabado en portada ; Segundo impreso Por El Procurador Patrimonial de su Magestad en la Ciudad y Reyno de Valencia. Con manchas de humedad pero muy buen ejemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA LUCES DE BOHEMIA [ZARAGOZA, Spain]
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