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        Ephemeris Parliamentaria; or a Faithful Register Of the Transactions in Parliament . . . Containing The severall Speeches, Cases, and Arguments of Law transacted between his Majesty and Houses [in 1627 and 1628] [etc.]. Wing F2422. Folio

      London: Printed for John Williams and Francis Eglesfield [etc.], 1654. Contemporary blind-ruled calf, later unlettered label, one blank defective and laid in, else a very good, clean copy The historical record of one of the most momentous of all English parliaments, leading to the Petition of Right of 1628, arranged chronologically, with much by Coke, Digges, Littleton, Selden, and others reported in the great constitutional debates

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        His Highness Speech To Parliament in The Painted Chamber, At Their Dissolution, Upon Monday the 22d. Of January, 1654

      Henry Hills, London, 1654, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good-, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st EditionThe prior owner, as was his occasional habit, has penciled the items Wing Listing #C7171 at the margin of the first title page, above this a trace of old/mild erasure is evident. The sum of the printing information,"Published To prevent Mistakes, and false copies. LONDON, Printed by Henry Hills Printer to His Highness The Lord Protector, and to be sold at the sign of Sir John Oldcastle near Py-Corner. MDCLIV." The pamphlet has been bound in navy cloth boards and numbers 36 pages (last page is note from Jessop forbidding reprint). Size is 7 3/8 X 5" collation quarto. Spine is neatly labeled in gilt on black. The listed grade may be thought of as a compromise between the restoration, newish and nicely done, and the text which has age darkening and edge chip and other issues which will be specified. Specfically, the title page has a mild crease which may or may not be visible in foto to accompany listing. The first page of text has lower corner piece missing (1/2 postage stamp size) and the last 2 pages have tinier chips out at their lower edge. The lower edge has the sort of unevenness of finishing and consistent darkness that I associate with a natural cutting at time of the books making, the same is the case with the fore-edge. The top edge has micro dog ear and tiny chip coming out at upper corner of 13th page. The later pages, in some cases, have partial number cropping at top, I supect this is as made, as this edge is darkened and surely was not altered to fit the modern reworking. Text is complete and has some fox, wrinkle and so forth, all seeming quite legible even where the typography is imperfect as is the case with the first page, Book

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        Sibylla trig-Andriana, seu virginitate, virginum statu et jure tractatus novus et jucundus ... Including: -De Annulo triplici: usitato, sponsalitio, signatorio: ...-Linea amoris sive commentarius in versiculum glossae, ... The Hague, Adriaan Vlacq, 1654. 2 editions in 1 volume (the first in 3 parts). 12mo. With : (2) BOETHIUS. De consolatione philosophiae, libri v. ex vetustissimis libris a Th. Pulmannus.Leiden, Officina Plantiniana, Franciscus Raphelengius, 1590. With Plantin's woodcut compasses device on title-page. 17th-century overlapping sheepskin parchment.

      Ad 1: Bibl. Med. Neerl. p. 72; Caillet 5829; Gay-Lemmonyer III, cols. 1113-1114; STCN (5 copies); ad 2: Adams B2295; BMC STC Dutch p. 37. Rare first complete Netherlands edition of three curious Latin works on women, love and marriage, by Heinrich Kornmann. The first treats the rights and duties of women and their conduct in matters of sex, the second is about the commonplace of the five stages of love (sight, conversation, physical contact, kissing and consummation) and the third is devoted to rings, including engagement rings. Kornmann refers to a wide variety of sources, including classical authors and church fathers. He defends women's rights to some degree, but also repeats superstitious beliefs such as that a tree is injured by a virgin's plucking its first fruit. He further discusses incubi and succubi, astrology and the colour of women's cloths (preferably blue, pink, green and white). It is bound with Theodoor Pulman's edition of Boethius's classic Consolation of philosophy, published by the famous Officina Plantiniana.With an early owner's inscription and two stamps, Endpapers with extensive manuscript annotation. The Boethius with some browning, otherwise in very good condition. Binding rubbed and slightly soiled.

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        De Capitis, Cerebri, et Sensuum Externorum Morbis et Symptomatibus, Danielis Sennerti D. Ab Authore Tertiùm recensitus.

      - Practicae Medicinae, Lib. I+II. - Wittenberg, Mevius (u.a.) 1654, 4°, (32), 970, (48) pp.; angeb.: De Oris, Colli, ac Thoracis, Morbis et Symptomatibus (1656, (16), 434, () pp., feiner Pergamenteinband der Zeit. Daniel Sennert (1572-1637) was a German physician and academic, professor of medicine at the University of Wittenberg for many years. He is now remembered mostly for his speculative support for the atomic theory, in chemistry. - Since the times of Hippocrates, physicians had been talking about "convulsions," particularly with reference to children, without clearly defining the meaning of the term and its relation to epilepsy. From the end of the fifteenth century on, when pediatric literature increased considerably, special attention was paid to epilepsy in infancy, and some attempts were made to draw the line between convulsions and epilepsy in children- Sennert for example, believed that in the former the 'materia peccans' aggregated around the spinal cord and the origins of the muscles, and that, therefore, the general commotion was slighter and disturbance of psychic functions absent. But, on the whole, such attempts remained without consequence. Physician had long known that convulsions in early childhood hat a different prognostic significance from epileptic seizures of older persons (p.193). - Vapors reaching the brain would therefore account for both epilepsy from the uterus and hysteria resulting in epileptic convulsions . (p.194) - De Epilepsia (pp.589-650) - O. Temkin, The Fallinmg Sickness, pp.149-150>; 176; 189; 193; 194; 201; 205; 230; 239; 323 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Orthodox Evangelist

      London: Printed for John Macock, for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd., 1654 .Or A Treatise Wherein Many Great Evangelical Truths (Not a few whereof are much opposed and Eclipsed in this perilous hour of the Passion of the Gospel) Are Briefly Discussed, Cleared, and Confirmed: As a further Help, for the Begeting, and Establishing of the Faith which is in Jesus. As Also the State of the Blessed, Where; Of the Condition of Their Souls From the Instant of Their Dissolution: And of Their Persons After Their Resurrection. [14] 355 [15] pp. Includes "To the Church and inhabitants of Ipswich in New-England" dated Oct. 7, 1652 (8 pages) and "To the judicious Christian reader" (4 pages), by John Cotton. Note: Page numbers 232-247 and 273-280 are omitted, as usual; text is complete. Octavo, with contents at rear and an alphabetical table; bound in 19th century sheepskin, with black leather lettering pieces on spine. Spine showing some minor wear. Faded owner's name on title page; internally clean. Overall a very nice copy of this rarity. Only 3 copies have appeared at the auction in the past 30 years.. Octavo.

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        Biblia, dat is De gantsche H. Schrifture, vervattende alle de Canonijcke Boecken des Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments. Nu Eerst Door last der Hoogh- Mog. Heeren Staten Generael van de Vereenighde Nederlanden, en volgens het Besluyt van de Synode Nationael gehouden tot Dordrecht, inde Jaren 1618 ende 1619, Uyt de Oorspronckelijcke talen in onse Nederlandtsche tale getrouwelijcke over-geset. Met nieuwe by gevoeghde Verklaringen op de duystere plaetsen, aenteeckeningen van de ghelyck-luydende Texten, ende nieuwe Registers over beyde de Testamenten.

      Amsterdam, Paulus Aertsz. van Ravesteyn. 1654. (gegraveerde titelpagina, 17) 266, (2) 120, (2) 142 (8), (2) 58 folia. 19e eeuwse Wortelnotenhouten band met ribben, goudbestempelde rug, hoeken en sloten, Folio H. 38 x B. 25,5 x D. 10 cm. (titelpagina en daarop volgende pagina opgeplakt, enkele pagina's en kaarten aan de rand verstevigd, met de 6 uitvouwbare kaarten van Nicolaes Visscher, deze zijn later toegevoegd).

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        "Saint Chrysostome his Parænesis, or Admonition wherein hee recalls Theodorus the fallen. Or generally an exhortation for desperate sinners ... Translated by the Lord Viscount Grandison prisoner in the Tower "

      London: Thomas Dring. 1654. "First edition, 16mo, pp. [10], 126, [6]. & & An excerpt from the homiletic writings of St. John Chrysostom, probably written during the time of his episcopate towards the end of the 4th century A.D., at the time when Theodosius was emperor of Constantinople, and Eudoxia his empress. Chrysostom was himself a native of Antioch, in Syria. This translation is dedicated to Sir Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Cleveland, and a prominent royalist general who was captured by Cromwell's forces in 1650; he narrowly escaped the death penalty, apparently on a technicality, and was instead imprisoned in the Tower until his release in 1656. The translator Viscount Grandison was a fellow prisoner, and presumably a supporter of Charles I as well. Wing C3980 records three copies only: British Library, Bodleian, and Keble College, Oxford. ESTC adds no others.& & Bound with: The certainty of heavenly, and the uncertainty of earthy treasures. Together with a discovery where the treasure and heart is placed. As it was delivered in severall sermons, by that eminently faithfull servant of Christ, Mr. William Strong, late minister ayt Winchester. London: printed by W. Wilson ... and are to be sold by Francis Tyton, 1654. First edition, pp. [2], 204; title and text within ruled borders.Wing S5998. Edinburgh and Folger only in ESTC. COPAC adda a very imperfect copy at the BL. William Strong was a prominent independent divine; he was born at Durham and educated at Cambridge. In 1640 he became rector of Moore Critchell in Dorsetshire but he was driven out in 1643 when the royalists attained ascendancy in the country. ""He fled to London, where he met a cordial reception, and frequently preached before Parliament ... He died in middle life in June 1654 and was buried in Westminster Abbey on 4 July; but on the Restoration his remains were dug up and thrown into a pit in St. Margaret's churchyard."" & & Together, 2 volumes in 1, contemporary full calf, triple blind rules on covers, triple blind fillets on spine; a fine copy."

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        Guiljelmi Amesii de Conscientia et Eius Jure. vel Casibus. Libri Quinque.

      Amstelodami Apud Ioan. Ianssonium 1654 - Small 12mo, 133 x 68 mms., pp. [x], 450, [20], including engraved title-page, later calf (early 18th century); bookplate removed from front interior board, but a very good copy. The English-born theologian, university lecturer, and Puritan divine William Ames (1576 - 1633) studied at Christ's College, Cambridge, but his non-conformity led him to an academic and clerical career in the Dutch Netherlands. He became Professor of theology at the University of Franeker in 1622 and remained there until his death in 1633. During this period, he produced his so-called magnum opus, Medulla Theologiae as well as the present book, both of which made him famous. His biographer, Keith L. Sprunger records in his ODNB entry,that De Conscientia "pleaded for less doctrinal wrangling and more zeal for 'life and practice conscience and its concerns'. Franeker needed more daily puritanical 'observance'. During his years as professor Ames often called for a 'reformation' to deliver professors and students from love of stage plays, oaths, dicing, masking, swearing, heavy drinking, and Sabbath breaking; instead, they would all work for personal godliness. He warned: unless the godly party acted decisively, the university motto might just as well be changed from Christo et ecclesiae ('for Christ and church') to Bacchus et Bacchantibus ('for Bacchus and the Bacchants')." Sprunger, in his various works on Ames and Puritanism, especially in New England in the 17th century, underscores the importance of Ames's writings in the emigration of English Puritans to and in America.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Somer n. N. Sanson b. Mariette, "Partie Meridionale de L'Inde. En deux Presqu Isles lvne deca et l'autre de la Gange ... 1654".

      . dat. 1654, 37,5 x 51,5. Pastoureau, Sanson V E. - Die Titelkartusche befindet sich am unteren Rand. Die Karte zeigt Südindien, die Malediven, Ceylon, Birma (Miramar ), Thailand ( Siam ), Vietnam, Kambodscha, Malaysia. Im Südosten noch Sumatra und Borneo.

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        De Capitis, Cerebri, et Sensuum Externorum Morbis et Symptomatibus, Danielis Sennerti D.. Ab Authore Tertium recensitus.

      . Practicae Medicinae, Lib. I+II. - Wittenberg, Mevius (u.a.) 1654, 4°, (32), 970, (48) pp.; angeb.: De Oris, Colli, ac Thoracis, Morbis et Symptomatibus (1656, (16), 434, () pp., feiner Pergamenteinband der Zeit.. Daniel Sennert (1572-1637) was a German physician and academic, professor of medicine at the University of Wittenberg for many years. He is now remembered mostly for his speculative support for the atomic theory, in chemistry. - Since the times of Hippocrates, physicians had been talking about "convulsions," particularly with reference to children, without clearly defining the meaning of the term and its relation to epilepsy. From the end of the fifteenth century on, when pediatric literature increased considerably, special attention was paid to epilepsy in infancy, and some attempts were made to draw the line between convulsions and epilepsy in children- Sennert for example, believed that in the former the 'materia peccans' aggregated around the spinal cord and the origins of the muscles, and that, therefore, the general commotion was slighter and disturbance of psychic functions absent. But, on the whole, such attempts remained without consequence. Physician had long known that convulsions in early childhood hat a different prognostic significance from epileptic seizures of older persons (p.193). - Vapors reaching the brain would therefore account for both epilepsy from the uterus and hysteria resulting in epileptic convulsions ... (p.194) - De Epilepsia (pp.589-650) - O. Temkin, The Fallinmg Sickness, pp.149-150>; 176; 189; 193; 194; 201; 205; 230; 239; 323

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        Saint Chrysostome his Parænesis, or Admonition wherein hee recalls Theodorus the fallen. Or generally an exhortation for desperate sinners . Translated by the Lord Viscount Grandison prisoner in the Tower

      Thomas Dring, London 1654 - First edition, 16mo, pp. [10], 126, [6]. An excerpt from the homiletic writings of St. John Chrysostom, probably written during the time of his episcopate towards the end of the 4th century A.D., at the time when Theodosius was emperor of Constantinople, and Eudoxia his empress. Chrysostom was himself a native of Antioch, in Syria. This translation is dedicated to Sir Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Cleveland, and a prominent royalist general who was captured by Cromwell's forces in 1650; he narrowly escaped the death penalty, apparently on a technicality, and was instead imprisoned in the Tower until his release in 1656. The translator Viscount Grandison was a fellow prisoner, and presumably a supporter of Charles I as well. Wing C3980 records three copies only: British Library, Bodleian, and Keble College, Oxford. ESTC adds no others.Bound with: The certainty of heavenly, and the uncertainty of earthy treasures. Together with a discovery where the treasure and heart is placed. As it was delivered in severall sermons, by that eminently faithfull servant of Christ, Mr. William Strong, late minister ayt Winchester. London: printed by W. Wilson . and are to be sold by Francis Tyton, 1654. First edition, pp. [2], 204; title and text within ruled borders.Wing S5998. Edinburgh and Folger only in ESTC. COPAC adda a very imperfect copy at the BL. William Strong was a prominent independent divine; he was born at Durham and educated at Cambridge. In 1640 he became rector of Moore Critchell in Dorsetshire but he was driven out in 1643 when the royalists attained ascendancy in the country. "He fled to London, where he met a cordial reception, and frequently preached before Parliament . He died in middle life in June 1654 and was buried in Westminster Abbey on 4 July; but on the Restoration his remains were dug up and thrown into a pit in St. Margaret's churchyard." Together, 2 volumes in 1, contemporary full calf, triple blind rules on covers, triple blind fillets on spine; a fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Inde de ca et de la le Gange ou est L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Empire du Grand Mogol et Pays Circonvoisins . . .

      Paris 1654 - Size : 350x555 (mm), 13.75x21.875 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring, 0 Very Good, some mild discoloration along the margins.

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        Argentoratensis, de militia navali veterum. libri quatuor ad historiam graecam latinamque utiles

      Upsala, 1654. b/w wood and copper engraved plates, some folding. Ills. in text. Small 4to. (4), 348 pp. Treatise on Greek and Roman warships by this Swedish humanist and polymath. As well as this work on naval history he wrote on archaeology, philology, archaeology and travel. Jansson, the publisher, was a Dutch cartographer best known for his work on the Hondius atlas. Scott 98. Some worming in upper left corner, barely touching text. Bound in contemporary calf. Joints cracked but holding

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        GratI Falisci Cynegeticon. Or, A Poem of Hunting By Gratius the Faliscian. Englished and Illustrated By Christopher Wase Gent.

      London Printed for Charles Adams 1654 - First English Edition GRATIUS. [WASE, Christopher, translator]. GratI Falisci Cynegeticon. Or, A Poem of Hunting By Gratius the Faliscian. Englished and Illustrated By Christopher Wase Gent. London: Printed for Charles Adams, 1654. First English edition. Twelvemo (5 7/16 x 3 3/16 inches; 138 x 8 mm). [94], 86 pp. Includes "Certaine illustratrions of the Cynegeticall poem of Gratuis" which begins on C6r. The poem has Latin and English texts on facing pages. 19th century half red morocco over marbled cloth. Spine stamped and lettered in gilt. Drab grey endpapers. Edges speckled red. Edges lightly rubbed. Previous owner's old ink notes on the blank verso of the title-page, and leaves a3, C7 and C8. Paper flaws at bottom outer corner of leaves A11, A12, E11, E12, no loss of text. Leaf B9 remargined and center of leaf B10 expertly repaired, with no loss of text. A very nice copy. "Nothing in known respecting this author [Gratius], except that Ovid speaks of him as a contemporary. The poem is heroic, and consists of 536 lines: its style is hard and prosaic; it describes the weapons and arts of the chase, horses and hounds; but the science is rather Greek than Italian, and the information contained in it is principally derived from Xenophon." (A History of Roman Classical Literature, Browne, 317). ESTC R1966. Wing G1581. HBS 64602. $1,250 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rerum Svecicarum Historia

      - a Rege Beroni tertio usque ad Ericum decimum quartum deducta, & pluribus locis, quam antehac, auctior edita. Accedunt Antiquitates Sveo-Gothicae. Holmiae, Johannis Jansssonius 1654. 8:o. (6),75,78-426 s. (Sidorna 76-77 överhoppade i paginering. Med tryckt dedikatikon till Drottning Kristina. Med: Antiquitatum Sveo-Gothicarum, Cum hujus aevi moribus, institutis acritibus indigensis pro re nata comparatarum libri tres. Editio Secunda, emendatior & auctior. Holmiae, Ex Officina Johannis Janssoni, Regi Typographi. (1654). 8:o. (8),168 s. Titelblad till Rerum med papperslagningar efter bortklippta namnteckningar. I Antiquitates vissa sidor nära skurna i övre marginalen, några delvis i rubriken. Sidor 78 och 79, felpaginerade 77 och 78. Sammanbunden med: Olaus Ericus Historia Suecorum Gothorumque, A Johanne Loccenio. Iterum edita & Brevibus Notis illustrata. Holmiae, Johannis Janssonius 1654. 8:o. (8),215,(blank) pp. På de första 35 sidorna understrykningar och anteckningar i marginalen i samtida bläck. Vissa sidor nära skurna i övre marginalen. Stor fuktfläck i yttre marginalen, omfattande nästan hela övre marginalen sid. 135 - 177; från sid. 195 mindre fuktfläck i övre, yttre hörnet av marginalen. Halva bladet bortrivet sid. 195/196. - Nött samtida halvskinnband i kalv. Rygg med fem upphöjda bind med delvis bortnötta ytor. Två titeletiketter med guldinramning, delvis bortnötta. Revor bägge sidor ryggens huvud samt liten reva ryggens fot, vid främre, yttre falsen. Främre försättsblad saknas. Liten exlibris, Joh. Ax. Almquist, främre pärmens spegel med namnteckningar i bläck Oscar Waldner och A. H. Carlson. 25 x 10 cm.*Warmholz 2518. Collijn sp. 529 resp. 657.[#\81249]

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        Pascaerte van West Indien Van de Caribes tot aen de Golfo van Mexico 't Amsterdam By Theunis Jacobfz op't water inde Lootsman.

      Amsterdam 1654 - Engraving with hand color. From an atlas of twelve charts, seven by de Witt and five by Theunis. Sheet size: 19 3/4 x 21 5/8". Inventory#: p783pmat.

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        Le Tirol souz le nom duquel s’entendent le Comté de Tirol puis le Comtès de Bregentz, Feldkirck, Montfort, Pludenz, & Sujets; et les Evesches de Trente, et Brixen en protection des Comtes de Tirol.

      Paris. 1654 - Carta di origine francese raffigurante "il Tirolo, sotto il cui nome si intendono la contea del Tirolo, le contee di Bregentz, Feldkirck, Montfort, Pludenz e i vescovadi di Trento e Bressanone sotto la protezione dei conti del Tirolo". Si richiama a modelli anteriori, in particolare allo Stridbeck (1707). Sta in "Cartes générales de Toutes les Parties du Monde". Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell’antica cartografia" di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 62. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 34x45 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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        Cabala: Sive Scrina Sacra. Mysteries of State and Government In Letters of illustrious Persons, and great Agents; in the Reigns of Henry the Eighth, Queen Elizabeth, K: James, and the late King Charls. in Two Parts. In which the Secret of Empire, and Publique manage of Affairs are contained. With many remarkable Passages no where else Published.

      London Printed for G. Bedel and T. Collins 1654 - First Edition [CABALA]. Cabala: Sive Scrina Sacra. Mysteries of State and Government. In Letters of illustrious Persons, and great Agents; in the Reigns of Henry the Eighth, Queen Elizabeth, K: James, and the late King Charls. in Two Parts. In which the Secret of Empire, and Publique manage of Affairs are contained. With many remarkable Passages no where else Published. London: Printed for G. Bedel and T. Collins, 1654. [containing] [CABALA]. Cabala, Mysteries of State, in Letters of the Great Ministers of K. Jmes and K. Charles. Wherein Much of the publique Manage of Affaires is related. Faithfully Collected by a Nobel Hand. London: Printed for M.M.G. Bedell and T. Collins, 1654. [and] [CABALA]. Scrinia Sacra; Secrets of Empire, In Letters of Illustrious Persons. A Supplement of the Cabala. In Which Business of the same quality and Grandeur is contained: With many famous Passages of the Late Reigns of K. Henry 8. Q. Elizabeth, K. James, and K. Charles. London: Printed for G. Bedel, and T. Collins, 1654. First edition. Two octavo volumes in one (7 3/4 x 6 3/16 inches; 198 x 156 mm). [16], 347, [1, blank], [12, table], [7, ads], [1, blank]; [12], 168, 181-355 [i.e. 255], [1, blank], [8, table] pp. Each part with own title-page. General title-page printed in red and black. Full contemporary mottled brown calf, ruled in blind. Outer hinges expertly repaired. Previous owner's ink initials on front free endpaper and title-page. Corners a bit bumped and top of spine chipped. Very good. HBS 64370. $750 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Encomion Regni Daniæ, Det er: Danmarckes Rijges Loff, oc dets høyloflige Konge Riges tilhørige Provinciers, Øers, Kongelige Slottes oc Festningers, Herre-Sæders, oc andre Præctige Bygningers Beskriffvelse.

      Kbhvn.: Prentet Aff Peter Hake 1654. (16) + 688 + (4) s. Med træskåret titelblad, det kongelige våben i træsnit på bagsiden af titelbladet og træsnit visende kong Dan. Nyt helpergament. Bindet signeret Nina Gertz. I kassette. Bageste blade svagt skjoldede nogle med ormehul.. First topographical description of Denmark. Includes Scania, which was part of Denmark at that time, besides a chapter of the island Gulland (Gotland). Bibl. Dan. II,598. Heintze/Johanson "Litteratur om Malmö", N-16. "Den er stadig værdifuld i topografisk og historisk henseende", Thesaurus 723

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        DE RE VESTIARIA libri septem. Quatuor postremi nunc primum prodeunt: reliqui emendatiores et auctiores. Adiectis iconibus quibus res tota oculis subiicitur.

      Frambotti,, Padova, 1654 - 2 parti in un vol. in-4, pp. (20), 261; (16), 213, (24), bella leg. pelle verde e bruna al d. a 5 nervi con tass. e tit. oro. Doppio antip. inc. in rame a p. pag. Marca xilogr. al front. Con 33 belle incis. a p. pag. incise da G. Ruffoni e G. Giorgi raff. costumi antichi. Seconda ediz. ampliata. Piantanida 4472. Cicognara 1647 cita erroneam. l'ediz. del 1664 anzichè 1654 con 28 anzichè 33 tavv. Graesse II, 572. Brunet VI, 29005. Olschki 247. Picc. foro di tarlo nelle prime 3 cc. Bell'esempl.

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        Braid-Allaban, Atholia, Marria Superior, Badenochia, Strath-Spea, Lochharbia. A description of the inland provinces of Scotland lying between the Tay River and Murray Firth.

      Amsterdam: [1654] - Size: 540 × 640 mm. Copperplate engraving with hand colour. Map has been cleaned and strengthened. Good condition. Dutch edition. A glorious, highly detailed map of north eastern Scotland by Blaeu, based on the earlier surveys of Robert Gordon. Map is orientated to the north. One of the central features of the map is the River Spey, the second longest and the fastest-flowing river in Scotland. It is important for salmon fishing and whisky production. A decorative, rococo style title cartouche dominates the upper left corner of the map.

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        Tuende Christelige Klenodier. Det Første. Om Trøst oc Hielp imod allehaande Bedrøffvelse / oc huorledis mand der under skal skicke sig effter GUDS Ord. Det Andet. Om en ret Beredelse til Døden / oc huorledis mand skal skicke sig mod dennem som ere Dødsiuge / ved Døden hensoffnede / eller oc haffve mist deris gode Venner. Den Christne Læsere til gode / Aff Otthonis Werdmöllers Tydske Skrift / fordanske ved Andream Michaelidem, Guds Ords Tienere udi Kolding.

      Kbh., Prenete aff Melchior Martzan. 1654. Liten 8vo. Moderne blått granitolryggbind med marmorerte dekler. Tittelbladet trykt i rødt og svart. (26), 164, (2) ; (26), 189, (1) s.. Ren materie

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        CANONICARUM QUAESTIONUM. LIBER UNUS. AD POTENTISSIMUM IUSTITIAE, & CAMERAE INDIARUM SENATUM.

      Imp. Bernardo Nogués. Valencia, 1654 - . 20 cm. Portada con orla tipográfica. [20], 123 fol., 11 h. de índices (sign. [calderón]4-2[calderón]4, 3[calderón]2, A-Z4, 2A-L4, 2M2) . Enc. en pergamino, lomera rotulada, cierres. * Cristóbal de Roa, del reino de Nueva Granada, era canónigo de la iglesia de Cuzco. Palau (270647). No en el CCPB. filosofía colonial, metafísica, lógica Filosofia Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Szene mit Nymphen am Waldrand und am Ufer eines Flusses einer idealen Landschaft., Radierung nach Herman van Svanefelt (um 1600 Utrecht - 1655 Paris). In der Platte signiert, bezeichnet "Romae". Mit zweizeiligem Vers aus Ovids Metamorphosen unterhalb der Darstellung: "Constitit ad Ramos Mitis Lucina Dolentes, Arbor agit Rimas, et Fessa cortice vivum admovitque manus, et verba puerpera dixit reddit onus; vagitque puer". Gleichmäßiger, leuchtender Druck auf festem Velin. Meist mit Rand, am Unterrand auf die Plattenkante geschnitten oder mit winzigem Rändchen.

      2. Hälfte 18. Jahrhundert. - Vgl. B. (Swanefelt) 101. G. B. Volpato malt Landschaften in der Art des Lorrain, besondere Berühmtheit erlangt er jedoch durch seine Radierungen. Auch das vorliegende Blatt geht über die bloße Reproduktion hinaus. Als Vorlage dient Volpato hier eine Radierung Swanevelts aus der Geschichte des Adonis von 1654, doch schafft er eine eigenständige Graphik, bei der das Augenmerk auf die mythologische Szene gelenkt wird: Nymphen bereiten das Bad für den aus der Baumrinde der Mrthe geborenen Adonis, den sie aufziehen werden (aus: Ovids Metamorphosen X). - Minimale Knick- bzw. Quetschspuren im Textrand. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

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        A Short History of the Last Parliament

      Printed for Jacob Tonson. First edition.. Fine copy.. Wing B-3088; NCBEL II, 469. 4to, modern brown boards, black lettering. A passionate account of the triumphs of King William by an ardent Williamite, the poet and physician Richard Blackmore (1654-1729). Here he celebrates the King's courage in the successfully concluded war against France, which many in Parliament had criticized.

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        Bibliotheca sacra, seu Thesaurus Scripturae canonicae amplissimus, in quo ea, quae in utroque foedere extant, non Theologica modo, sed etiam Physica, Ethica, Oeconomica, Politica, &c. accurata Logicaque methodo pertractantur.

      Genevae: Chouet 1654 - Geneva: Chouet, 1654 printing. Engraved title, in red and black. 2 Vols bound as one, folio. 1043 + 936 Pp. Printed in two columns. Clean, unmarked pages. Solid binding, contemporary vellum leather. Later vellum back. A sturdy book, which can be opened and read with out Shelf wear and soiling to cover. Small crack along spine cover (as a result of a box I was transporting it in breaking and the book falling on the ground, it was a sad day). Theological library markings inside covers and at bottom edges. Please see our pictures. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        INSTITUTIONES DIALECTICAE, EX PROBATISSIMIS ARISTOTELIS ET RAMI INTERPRETIBUS STUDIOSE conscriptae, variisque Exemplis tàm sacris quàm profanis, In Usum Juventutis scholasticae illustratae à Cunrado Dieterico, ss. theologiae d. cum hermete logico + HERMES LOGICUS DIETRICHIANUS, SIVE TRACTATUS, IN QUO TERMINI PLERIQUE OMNES ARTIS LOGICAE. + INSTITUTIONES RHETORICAE E PROBATISSIMIS VETERUM AC RECENTIORUM ORATORUM INTERPRETIBUS STUDIOSE CONSCRIPTA. + INSTITUTIONES ORATORIAE, SIVE DE CONSCRIBENDIS ORATIONIBUS, E VETERUM AC RECENTIORUM ORATORUM PRAECEPTIS, METHODICA INTRODUCTIO.

      - Giessae Hassorum, Joseph Dietrich Hampel, 1654-1656. 9,5x16,5 cm. 4 tomes reliés en 1 fort volume : 362 + 148 + 136 + 118 pages. Reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin à petits rabats. Dos lisse portant le titre calligraphié à l'encre brune. Traces de rubans servant anciennement à fermer le livre. Papier bruni. Quelques petites traces de vers sans gravité, sinon ouvrage solide et en très bon état général. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia Suecorum Gothorumque,

      - a Johanne Loccenio Iterum edita. Brevibus Notis illustrata. Holmiae, Ex Officina Johannis Janssonii, Regii Typographi, Anno 1654. 8:o. (8),214,(2 sista blank). Bunden med: Loccenius, Johannes. Rerum Svecicarum Historia a Rege Beroni tertio usque ad Ericum decimum quartum deducta, & pluribus locis, quam antehac, auctior edita. Accedunt Antiquitates Sveo-Gothicae. Holmiae, Ex Officina Johannis Jansonni, Regii Typographi 1654. 8:o. (8),75,78-426 s. (76-77 överhoppat i pagineringen). Loccenius, Johannes. Antiquitatum Sveo-Gothicarum, Cum hujus aevi moribus, institutis acritibus indigensis pro re nata comparatarum libri tres. Editio Secunda, emendatior & auctior. Holmiae, Ex Officina Johannis Janssoni, Regi Typographi. (1654). 8:o. (8),168 s. Namnteckning von Lingen och Sum ex libris Petri Gangij accqvisedus Upsalia d. XXIV Feb. Anno 1702 på titelbladet till Olai Historia. "Fritz Stenström Göteborg 19 15/7 27 på försättsbladets verso. Ex libris Fritz Stenströ och Ex libris Anne och Kaj Stenström. Samtida pergamentband. 15,5 x 10 cm.*Collijn sp. 657. Warmholtz 2496, noten. Warmholz 2518. Collijn sp. 529. Loccenius. Rerum Svecicarum Historia i första relativt sällsynta första upplagan.[#\102396]

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        Partie Meridionale de l\'Inde En deux Prequ\'Isles l\'une deca et l\'autre de le Gange

      Paris 1654 - Size : 385x530 (mm), 15.125x20.875 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, 0

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        sic) TRATADO JURÍDICO-POLÍTICO DEL CONTRA-BANDO. Dedicale al Excelentissimo Señor Don Luis Mendez de Haro y Guzman, Marqués del Carpio, Conde Duque de Olivares, Comendador Mayor de Alcantara, Cavallerico Mayor de su Magestad, & c. Escribiale el lic. D., Alcalde que fue de las Guardas de Castilla, y Iuez que es del contra-bando en efta Corte. 1ª edición

      - En Madrid. Por Diego Diaz de la Carrera. Año 1654. 4º, 8h inclusa portada, 186 folios, 17h, para tabla, 1h blanca. Capitulares xilográficas y simples. Encuadernación original permanimo época rotulado en lomera con bellos caracteres góticos, cierres de piel, faltando uno. Algunos folios obscurecidos, guarda delantera restaurada de antiguo y anotación antigua en pie de portada. Muy buen ejemplar, salvo lo descrito, sólido, conservando su primitivo estado, generosos márgenes, estupenda impresión y tipografía, ladillos con referencias bibliográficas. BGE.NYCL94-B560. CCPB000036889-X. Palau 105830.Imagen en sitio virtual de MIMO Libros

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        1- Lettre de Monseigneur L' Em. Cardinal de Retz, archevesque de Paris, à Messieurs les Archevesques et Evesques de l'Eglise de France. S.l. [1654]. 25 p. 2- Avis sincères d'un evesque pieux et des-intéressé envoyés au C. de Retz. Sur une Lettre publiée dans Paris sous le nom de ce Cardinal. S.l., 1655. 126 p. (1) f. bl., derniers cahiers brunis, bandeaux et culs-de-lampe.

      - 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume in-folio, cartonnage moucheté (rel. XIXe). 1- Edition originale de cette lettre ouverte que le cardinal de Retz rédigea, et sans doute publia, en Italie. Elle est datée en fin du 14 décembre 1654. Suite à une sentence du Châtelet, la brochure fut brûlée en place de grève par la main du bourreau, le 29 janvier 1655. 2- Edition originale de cette réponse à la lettre précédente. (Pour les deux pièces: Moreau, 'Mazarinade', n°1994). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        BREVE MODICI JUDICIUM ad L. 4. de in integr. restit. Cui accessit Modica et Quidem Satyrica Philautiae Gloria

      Francofurti:: Typis & Sumpt. Joh. Friderici Weissii,. 1654.. 12mo: A - B^12 C^6 D^2. 5-3/8" x 3". 1st edition. 1 - 24, 27 - 65, [1 (blank)] [= 64] pp. P. [35] a 1654 Weiss t.p. for "Laws Philautiae".. Sammelband volume, in period full vellum, with title(s) hand-inked to spine. Faint red edgestain.. General wear & soiling to binding. 2 bookplates to front eps.. Textblock a bit closely trimmed at bottom, occasionally affecting. signature mark and/or catch word. Still, a VG copy.. OCLC records 4 cc of this title. Entire volume contains 4 of Sprenger's works, including TavBooks ID Nos 34016 - 35018. Price is the entire volume of 4 works. . T.p with typographical border, and printer's device in center. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial captial letters.

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        Anatomia hepatis

      Du-Gard for Pullein, London 1654 - Glisson's Capsule GLISSON, Francis (1597?-1677). Anatomia hepatis. Cui praemittuntur quaedam ad rem anatomicam universe spectantia. . . . 8vo. [48] 458 [14]pp. 2 folding engraved plates, engraved text illustration, text woodcuts. London: Du-Gard for Octavian Pulleyn, 1654. 166 x 111 mm. 17th cent. calf, rebacked, endpapers renewed. Marginal dampstaining, lower edge of pp. 301-2 repaired, other lower edges frayed. Early inscriptions on flyleaf and title.First Edition. G-M 972. The first book printed in England to present a detailed account of a single organ based on original research, and the most important book to date on the physiology of the digestive system. Glisson used advanced anatomical methods, such as casts and injection of colored fluids, which enabled him to illustrate the vessels of the liver (portrayed in the two engraved plates). He described the passage of blood from the portal vein to the vena cava, and proved that lymph flows not to the liver, as was then believed, but from it, passing to the recently discovered capsula communis. This fibrous capsule, which Glisson was the first to describe accurately, is now known as "Glisson's capsule."Educated at Cambridge, where he later served as Regius Professor of Physic, Glisson was part of the extraordinary ferment in medicine and the life sciences that occured in the two English universities in the earlier seventeenth century. Like his influential colleague and friend, William Harvey, Glisson epitomized the English style of biological research: he was theoretically conservative and non-dogmatic; and at the same time he was committed to a rigorous program of experimentation, precise observation, and accurate description. His principal publications, especially the Anatomia hepatis, join an experimental exactitude and direct observation of the particular with a felt concern to preserve basic Aristotelian and Galenic traditions of natural philosophy. . . . Glisson's classic work on the liver . . . was based on dissections that Glisson had done over a decade earlier. It was the first work to recast fundamentally the physiology of the abdominal organs, to delineate the structure and function of the liver, and to identify and describe the fibrous tissue encasing the liver (Glisson's capsule). It also introduced Glisson's important concept of 'irritability,' in which he argued that irritation was the organism's way of recognizing substances to be expelled. The property of irritability was thus basic to the health of the organism" (Grolier Club, 100 Books Famous in Medicine [forthcoming], 29). DSB. Lilly, p. 67. Norman 911. Russell 322. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Euclidis Elementorum Libri XV (und) Euclidis Posteriores Libri IX.

      Frankfurt, Rosa, 1654. - Accessit liber XVI De Solidorum regularium cujuslibet intra quodlibet comparatione. Omnes perspicis demonstrationibus, accuratissique scholiis illustrati. 60 Bl., 671 S., 680 S. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel (vorderes Gelenk angeplatzt, fleckig). VD17 23:324619V; NDB 3, 279; Vgl. Poggendorff I 455. - Clavius (1537/38-1612) "Verdienste liegen weniger auf dem Gebiete der Astronomie als vielmehr auf dem der Mathematik. Sein berühmtestes Werk Euclidis Elementorum libri XV hatte großen Einfluß und Beachtung nicht nur in Europa gefunden, sondern wurde zum Beispiel auch von seinem Schüler Matteo Ricci ins Chinesische übersetzt. Nicht wegen der Originalität der Erkenntnisse und Theorien, sondern wegen seiner bewunderungswürdigen Gabe, mit der er alle Erkenntnisse der Mathematik seiner Zeit erklärte und verständlich machte, erhielt er den Ehrentitel 'Euklid des 16. Jahrhunderts'". - teilweise gebräunt, Skizzen und Notizen auf den Vorsatzblättern.

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        Historia verdadera del rey don Rodrigo en la qual se trata la causa principal de la pérdida de España, y la conquista que della hizo Miramamolin almançor, rey que fue de Africa y de las Arabias.

      Melchor Sánchez, Madrid 1654 - 8 h. inc. port., 450 p., 6 h. de tabla. Pasta española, lomo con tejuelo y hierros dorados. Quinta edición de esta famosa obra de gran éxito en su tiempo. El autor, Miguel de Luna, morisco de Granada, intérprete oficial de lengua árabe y avezado a todo género de fraudes, fingió descubrir en la Biblioteca de El Escorial un manuscrito sobre la Historia verdadera del rey don Rodrigo. A pesar de que su fraude pronto fue descubierto por los estudiosos, el éxito editorial del libro duró más de cien años. Portada algo sucia, con firma de anterior propietario tachada en tinta al vuelto de la misma, injertos marginales sin afectar texto en fol. 1, ligera mancha de humedad en la esquina superior de las primeras hojas. Palau, 144076

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        Parys

      Frankfurt, 1654. Copperplate engraving; framed size: 22" x 25". Book.

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        Opera Moralia, Parenetica, et Polemica, quae reperiri potuerunt. Quorum pleraque nunc primum ex antiquis manuscriptis Codicibus eruta, luci dantur; alia typis olim edita (collatione facta cum exemplaribus M.SS.) correctiora, varieque illustrata.

      apud Guilielmum Lesteenium & Engelbertum Gymnicum,, Antverpiae, 1654 - In-folio (325x200mm), pp. (28), 436, (32) di indici bicolonni, legatura coeva p. pergamena con dorso a 5 nervi rilevati. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e in nero con impresa tipografica. Testatine, capilettera e finaletti ornati incisi in xilografia. Al verso del titolo, stemma inciso su rame del dedicatario del volume, Bernard Bottyn. Le pp. nn. iniziali contengono la dedicatoria, sottoscritta da Karel De Visch, testimonianze di vari autori relative ad Alano da Lilla, varie approvazioni e componimenti encomiastici in versi latini. Al colophon, altra impresa tipografica, variante di quella riportata al titolo. Timbro e nota di possesso settecentesca all'occhietto. Bruniture e fioriture usuali, ma bell'esemplare. Rara seicentina di Anversa delle opere morali, teologiche, parenetiche, polemiche e di esegesi biblica di Alano da Lilla (Lilla, 1125 ca.–Citeaux, 1202). Interessanti i motivi polemici contro gli Ebrei, contro gli Albigesi (oggetto di acre polemica per la loro negazione dell'immortalità dell'anima) e contro i Valdesi, presenti alle pp. 201-278. Nella polemica antivaldese fa capolino il tema del rifiuto della pena di morte sostenuto dal valdismo. Scrive Adriano Prosperi in Dare l'anima. Storia di un infanticidio (Torino, Einaudi, 2005, p. 332): "Si capisce perché il ricorso ad una misura palesemente in contrasto col comandamento cristiano del "non uccidere" sollevasse così poche obiezioni nelle coscienze dei contemporanei: se si escludono piccoli gruppi ereticali come i valdesi e la loro intransigente difesa del letteralismo evangelico, non si trovano quasi altre contestazioni della liceità della pena di morte per tutta l'epoca qui presa in esame". Prosperi richiama direttamente la presente edizione (riportando per errore la data del 1653), segnalando le opere di Alano come interessante fonte per la conoscenza degli argomenti valdesi contro la condanna a morte. Hugon & Gonnet, 612. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Entretenimiento De Las Musas, En Esta Baraxa Nueva De Versos. Dividida En Quatro Manjares, De Suntos Sacros, Heroicos, Líricos, y Burlescos.

      Juan De Ybar, Zaragoza 1654 - 8 h. y 260pp. con el papel oscurecido. Palau, dice:".los ejemplares de esta obra están impresos en mal papel.". Encuadernado en el siglo XIX a media piel. =El catalán Francisco de la Torre y Sevil (1625-1681) cultivó las diversas corrientes temáticas de la poesía barroca: religiosa, heroica, amorosa y burlesca. Reunió sus poesías bajo el título de Entretenimiento de las musas (1654). Palau cuenta que "A consecuencia de una poesía satírica atribuida a su pluma y muy difundida en Valencia, estuvo preso durante algún tiempo." Manuel Alvar dice: " Al morir, tras él se hizo el silencio. Cambió la dinastía, la vida de España y el sesgo de nuestra cultura. Su voz quedó en esos espléndidos Entretenimientos de las Musas." Size: 8º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Entretenimiento de las Musas en esta baraxa nueva de versos: dividida en quatro manjares de asuntos: sacros, heroicos, liricos, y burlescos. Compuesta por Feniso de la Torre, natural de Tortosa.

      Juan de Ybar,, Zaragoza: 1654 - 8 hojas, 160 páginas. Encuadernación moderna en pergamino con filetes dorados. Papel grueso bien blanco. Palau 335730. Manuel Alvar, Edición y estudio del Entretenimiento de las Musas de Don Francisco de la Torre y Sevil, Valencia 1987. Feniso de la Torre es el seudónimo con que Francisco de la Torre y Sebil escribió el Entretenimiento de las Musas, como se pone de manifiesto en el soneto dell Marqués de San Felices que figura en los preliminares "A Don Francisco de la Torre. Sobre no querer sacar las Rimas en su nombre." La obra está dividida en cuatro manjares: Manjar primero: Servido en el oro de sacros asuntos. Manjar segundo: Servido en las espadas de heroicos asuntos. Manjar tercero: Servido en las copas de líricos asuntos y Manjar quarto: Servido en los bastos de burlescos asuntos."Torre y Sebil fue un versificador fácil y agudo. A consecuencia de una poesía satírica atribuida a su pluma y muy difundida en Valencia, estuvo preso algún tiempo" (Palau)

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        Miscellanea di opere teatrali in edizioni del secolo decimosettimo.

      Gregorio e Giovanni Andreoli (et alii), 1654 - 1659, Viterbo - Perugia - Todi, - 4 opere in un vol. in-24° (135x75mm), cartonatura decorata coeva. Tagli azzurri. Bruniture e fioriture sparse; antico timbro di estinta biblioteca al frontespizio della prima opera. Discreto stato. La miscellanea comprende: 1) Giacinto Andrea Cicognini, "La Forza dell'Amicitia. Opera Tragica", in Viterbo, ad Istanza di Gregorio, e Giovanni Andreoli, 1659, pp. (8), 196. Vignetta xilografica a soggetto grottesco al titolo. Dedica a stampa a Giovanni Barbarossa da Montelupone, canonico di Loreto. Approvazioni preliminari. Seconda edizione, successiva di un anno alla prima impressa nel 1658 dal Pezzana di Venezia. La tragedia è ambientata nell'antica Licia e narra "una duplice storia d'amore di sapore boccaccesco" (Vinciana). Vinciana, 3884. Allacci, 370. Sanesi, II, pp. 188-189. 2) Id., "Il Maggior Mostro del Mondo, opera tragica", in Perugia, per Sebastiano Zecchini, 1656, pp. 104, (1). Frontespizio con titolo entro bordura architettonica istoriata con grottesche e stemma del dedicatario. Testatine e capilettera ornati su legno. Dedica a stampa a Curzio Marsilio e a Ranieri Tomasi. Edizione originale. La tragedia imita "El mayor monstruo los celos" di Calderon de la Barca; essa è "giudicata la miglior produzione teatrale del Cicognini, che supera lo spagnolo per maggiore penetrazione dei personaggi. L'azione si svolge a Gerusalemme e a Roma" (Vinciana). Vinciana, 3882-3883. Allacci, 495-496. Quadrio, IV, p. 114. Sanesi, II, pp. 178 e 194-197. 3) Id., "La Moglie di Quattro Mariti. Opera tragica", in Perugia, per Sebastiano Zecchini, 1656, pp. 115. Frontespizio con titolo racchuso entro bordura identica a quella della precedente tragedia. Dedica a stampa a Ridolfo Monaldi. Un restauro alla p. 47-48. Qualche testatina e capolettera ornato in xilografia. Edizione originale. La tragedia, ambientata a Londra, deriva da due drammi di Tirso de Molina, "El castigo del penseque" e "El vergonzoso en palacio". Vinciana, 3882. Sanesi, II, pp. 178 e 191. Allacci, 534-535. 4) Id., "La conversione di S. Maria Egizziaca. Rappresentazione", in Todi, per il Ciccolini, 1654, pp. 114. Al frontespizio, stemma vescovile in xilografia di monsignor Gaudenzio Poli, Vescovo di Amelia, cui l'edizione è dedicata dal Ciccolini. Testatine e capilettera ornati. Manca alla Vinciana. Il Cicognini (Firenze, 1606-Venezia, 1660), della nota famiglia fiorentina, figlio di Jacopo (prestigioso dramaturgo e grande promotore della vita teatrale della città), fu tenuto a battesimo dalla stessa Cristina di Lorena, Gran duchessa di Toscana; ingegno precocissimo, si laureò a Pisa a soli 21 anni. Perseguitato in seguito dai favoriti di casa Medici, emigrò a Venezia, dove rimase fino alla morte. Fecondo autore teatrale, librettista di Francesco Cavalli, fu imitatore, in circa 45 lavori tragici e comici, di Lope de Vega, di Tirso de Molina e di altri grandi autori spagnoli del Siglo de Oro. "Degli autori di comedie che leggevo e rileggevo spesso, il mio preferito era Cicognini", scrisse Goldoni nei "Mémoires", a conferma della larga fortuna che ancora nel Settecento ebbe l'ingente produzione dello scrittore fiorentino. Cfr., sull'arte del Cicognini: Sanesi, cit.; Belloni, Il Seicento, pp. 268-268, 290-291 e passim; Renda-Operti, 296-297. Cfr. Flavia Cancedda e Silvia Castelli, Per una bibliografia di Giacinto Andrea Cicognini. Successo teatrale e fortuna editoriale di un drammaturgo del Seicento, Firenze, 2002, passim. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Topographia Circuli Burgundici: Das sit: Beschreibung dess Burgundisch- und NiederlŠndischen Craises .

      [Frankfurt, C. Merian 1654]. - 4¡. 2 Bll., S. 5-283., 12 Bll. Mit 12 gest., doppelblattgrossen Karten, 21 mehrfach gef. Ansichten und 90 PlŠnen, davon 47 doppelblattgross, sowie 5 Kopf- und Schlussvignetten, davon 1 koloriert. SpŠterer Halblederbd. auf 5 BŸnden mit RVergoldung (Kanten berieben, Gelenk etwas angeplatzt, Ecken bestossen). Erste Ausgabe. - Mit Ansichten u.a. von Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerpen, BrŸssel, Bergen, Geldern, Rotterdam und Utrecht sowie Karten von Limburg, Brabant, Holland, Friesland, Burgund, Luxemburg u.a. - Titelblatt fehlt, durchgehend stockfleckig, Tafeln teils mit Leimspuren und teils mit fachmŠnnisch hinterlegten Einrissen (Hinterlegungen leimschattig), 3 Bll. mit Tintenspur, 2 Bll. mit Randeinrissen, 1 Plan am Unterrand beschnitten, Tafel von Rotterdam seitlich beschnitten. - Schuchhard 66 A. Lang de [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Harmonia Biblica. Sive brevis et plana cociliatio locorum Veteris et Novi Testamenti apparenter sibi contradicentium, per aliquot regularum praescriptionem, &nbis mille Prope Exemplorum decifionem, illustrata ac justo debitoque oedine, concinnata a MICHAELE WALTHERO.

      Endter,, Nürnberg, 1654 - Editio septima & vere omnium novissima. Nürnberg, Endter, 1654. 4°-kl. M. gestoch. Portr. , gestoch. Titel u. 1 Textholzschn. 22 Bll., 1424 S. u. 38 Bl. Prgt.d.Zt. (wenig berieben, Kpfr.-Tit. m. kl. Einriß, Deckelinnenbezug etwas defekt, alte Eintarg a.Vors.u.Tit., sonst gut erhalten). Jöcher IV,1803; ADB XLI,119; Nicht im VD 17. Wohl Ausgabe letzter Hand .Michael Walther (1593 -1662) studierte in Jena, Hofprediger in Braunschweig, Generalsuperintendent in Ostfriesland. später in Celle wo er starb. "Sein Ziel war AT und NT als vollkommenster Harmonie befindlich erscheinen zu lassen."

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        Commentaires du droict civil tant public que privé, observé au pays & Duché de Normandie, dressez et composez des chartre au Roy Loys-Hutin, ditte la chartre aux normans, chartre au Roy Philippes faicte à Isle-Bonne; et autres ordonnances royales publiées ès Eschiquier .

      Rouen, François Vaultier et Louys DuMesnil, 1654 (imprimé par Jean Loyselet). - In-folio de 4 feuillets dont le titre portant les armes du duché de Normandie, 728 pages, un feuillet blanc et 15 feuillets de table. Nombreuses lettrines ornées. Petit travail de vers sans gravité en marge inférieure des 10 derniers feuillets, sinon bon état intérieur. Plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné à la grotesque. Accidents aux coiffes, mors fendus, coins usés. Troisième édition de ce rare commentaire. L'auteur était lieutenant général au baillage de Dieppe où il était né. Le livre de Terrien mérite tous les éloges que lui décernait ses éditeurs. Les tribunaux de Jersey et Guernesey suivent encore dans leur jurisprudence les commentaires de Terrien (Frère). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Recueil des statuts, ordonnances, reiglements, antiquitez, prérogatives, & prééminences du Royaume de Bazoche. Ensemble plusieurs arrests donnez pour l'establissement & conservation de sa iurisdiction. Nouvelle édition augmentée de plusieurs arrests, & mis en meilleur ordre. Le tout addressé à Mr Boivinet, cy-devant chancelier en icelle.

      Paris, Cardin Besongne 1654 - in-8, [109] pp. mal chiffrées 119, [3] pp. n. ch. (table des matières, privilège), veau brun, dos à nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné à l'imitation, tranches mouchetées (reliure pastiche). Bon exemplaire. Deuxième édition, la première étant parue en 1644. Comme l'on sait, la Basoche, communauté des clercs des Procureurs du Parlement de Paris, formait une société à part, régie par ses propres règles, exerçant une quasi-juridiction sur ses membres. Moins sous l'éclairage historique général que les titulaires des grands offices du Parlement, elle eut une importance égale, notamment en soutenant en corps les revendications parlementaires tout au long de son existence. Elle formait presque un Etat dans l'Etat, à laquelle le pouvoir royal touchait moins que les officiers de judicature, sur lequel il possédait des leviers financiers. Dupin (1832), 1075.

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        BREVE MODICI JUDICIUM ad L. 4. de in integr. restit. Cui accessit Modica et Quidem Satyrica Philautiae Gloria.

      Typis & Sumpt. Joh. Friderici Weissii,, Francofurti: 1654 - T.p with typographical border, and printer's device in center. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial captial letters. OCLC records 4 cc of this title. Entire volume contains 4 of Sprenger's works, including TavBooks ID Nos 34016 - 35018. Price is the entire volume of 4 works. General wear & soiling to binding. 2 bookplates to front eps. Textblock a bit closely trimmed at bottom, occasionally affecting signature mark and/or catch word. Still, a VG copy. Sammelband volume, in period full vellum, with title(s) hand-inked to spine. Faint red edgestain. 12mo: A - B^12 C^6 D^2. 5-3/8" x 3". 1st edition. 1 - 24, 27 - 65, [1 (blank)] [= 64] pp. P. [35] a 1654 Weiss t.p. for "Laws Philautiae". [Attributes: First Edition]

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