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2016-03-26 15:13:17
SAINT-GERMAIN (Charles de)
Paris, Cardin Besongne, 1655 [et] Gervais Clouster, 1650. , , , 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8 de (12), 93 et (3) pages, puis (46) et 352 pages, maroquin havane de l'époque, sur les plats dentelle intérieure et extérieure dorée le long d'un double filet, puis d'importants compartiments au centre desquels figurent des fers en forme de cœur, et au centre des motifs quadrilobés, dos à 5 nerfs muet orné de volutes dorées, coupes et coiffes striées, Exemplaire de présentation à Marin Cureau de la Chambre, médecin ordinaire de Louis XIV et "conseiller du Roy en ses conseils". L'oublié Charles de Saint-Germain, médecin diplômé de la faculté de Montpellier, venu à Paris à la fin des années 1640, et devenu médecin ordinaire du Roi "en l'année 1652, non seulement en considération de la doctrine, capacité et expérience en la science et pratique de la médecine" (voir Alexandre Lunel, "La Maison médicale du roi", p. 132), publia en 1655, un livre de thérapeutique qui rencontra un certain succès et qui fut réédité en 1668, "Le Médecin royal, ou le Parfait médecin charitable". En outre, Saint-Germain reste connu, dans l'histoire de la médecine parisienne, pour avoir, après Théophraste Renaudot, voulu défier la puissante Faculté de Médecine de Paris en instituant en 1668 un corps des médecins provinciaux, c'est-à-dire une "Chambre syndicale" "qui aurait été pourvue du privilège d'agréger les médecins étrangers désireux d'exercer leur art dans la capitale" (cf, Lunel, p. 132). Cette nouvelle institution, concurrente de la Faculté, aurait été sous l'autorité directe du Pouvoir Royale par le bia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
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2016-03-26 15:13:17
SAINT-GERMAIN (Charles de)
Paris, Cardin Besongne, 1655 [et] Gervais Clouster, 1650. , , , 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8 de (12), 93 et (3) pages, puis (46) et 352 pages, maroquin havane de l'époque, sur les plats dentelle intérieure et extérieure dorée le long d'un double filet, puis d'importants compartiments au centre desquels figurent des fers en forme de cœur, et au centre des motifs quadrilobés, dos à 5 nerfs muet orné de volutes dorées, coupes et coiffes striées, Exemplaire de présentation à Marin Cureau de la Chambre, médecin ordinaire de Louis XIV et "conseiller du Roy en ses conseils". L'oublié Charles de Saint-Germain, médecin diplômé de la faculté de Montpellier, venu à Paris à la fin des années 1640, et devenu médecin ordinaire du Roi "en l'année 1652, non seulement en considération de la doctrine, capacité et expérience en la science et pratique de la médecine" (voir Alexandre Lunel, "La Maison médicale du roi", p. 132), publia en 1655, un livre de thérapeutique qui rencontra un certain succès et qui fut réédité en 1668, "Le Médecin royal, ou le Parfait médecin charitable". En outre, Saint-Germain reste connu, dans l'histoire de la médecine parisienne, pour avoir, après Théophraste Renaudot, voulu défier la puissante Faculté de Médecine de Paris en instituant en 1668 un corps des médecins provinciaux, c'est-à-dire une "Chambre syndicale" "qui aurait été pourvue du privilège d'agréger les médecins étrangers désireux d'exercer leur art dans la capitale" (cf, Lunel, p. 132). Cette nouvelle institution, concurrente de la Faculté, aurait été sous l'autorité directe du Pouvoir Royale par le bia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2016-03-25 20:45:25
SANCHEZ, Rodrigo de Arévalo.
Paris, Michael Soly (1655). 2 Tle. in 1 geb. 12° (28) 466 (6) S. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückentit. Haupttit. framgent., hinterlegt, gestemp.Populäres Erziehungsbuch mit einem Abschnitt über Medizin, das erstmals 1468 erschien. Der zweite Teil trägt den Titel: \"Speculum vitae humanae omnium statuum sive spiritualium, sive temporalium commoda & incommoda, dulcia & amara, laudes & pericula repraesentans. Authore Roderico Zamorensi episcopo arcis Sancti Angeli castellano, & papae Pauli Secundi referendario. Liber secundus. De statu & vita spirituali, ecclesiastica & regulari\". - Sánchez de Arévalo 1704-1770 war Bischof und Theologe. Er nahm zwischen 1434 und 1439 als Mitglied der kastilischen Delegation am Konzil von Basel teil Er vertrat die Oberhoheit des Papstes über die ganze Kirche. Papst Paul II, der als Antihumanist und Bildungsfeind eingeschätzt wird machte ihn zum Bischof von Zamora, Calahorra und Palencia. Die letzten 10 Jahre vor seinem Tod verbrachte er als päpstlicher Referendar und Kastellan der Engelsburg in Rom. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Wirtschafts- u. Sozialwissenschaft, Theologie, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2016-03-24 17:58:35
Rosaccio, Giuseppe.
Augsburg, Andreas Aperger f. Johann Wehe, 1655. - (6), 57, (1) pp. With engr. title page and 4 (instead of 1) folding engr. plates. (Bound with) II: Wassenberg, Eberhard. Gründliche Beschreibung der Kriege, so zwischen den [.] Keysern Ferdinanden dem Andern und Dritten, insonderheit aber mit Friederich, Pfaltzgraffen bey Rhein [.] geführet worden. Frankfurt, Anton Humm, 1643. (4), 352 (20) pp. - (Bound with) III: [Kunitz, Georg Christoph von]. Diarium welches am Sonntag den 12. Septembris 1683 nach glücklich von der türckischen Belägerung befreyten Statt Wien in dem türckischen Läger gefunden worden. Nebst außführlicher Relation der Wienerischen Belägerung [.]. No place, 1684. (2), 38 pp. With a folding engr. plate bound as a frontispiece. - (Bound with) IV: Hammer, Johann Andreas. Disputatio iuridica inauguralis exhibens militem desertorem, eius delictum atque poenam [.]. Strasbourg, Johann Welper, 1677. 38 (but: 40) pp. With woodcut tailpiece. (Bound with) V: Seelmann, Sebastian. Ruhm-belorberter Triumphs-Fahn, dem durchleuchtigsten Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Maximilian Emmanuel [.]. Munich, Johann Jahn, 1685. (6) pp., last blank f. Contemp. vellum with ms. title to spine. Wants ties. 4to. Attractive sammelband with a rare geography, pamphlets on the Thirty Years' War and the Turkish Siege of Vienna, a dissertation on military desertion, and a previously unknown encomium on a hero of the Turkish Wars, from the collection of the author of the latter publication, who was a member of the Pegnesian Order of Flowers, a Nuremberg literary society. - I: Only German edition of Rosa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2016-03-24 04:01:42
[Blaeu, Joan]. Martini, Martino
[Amsterdam, Joan Blaeu, 1655]. Super royal folio (340 x 510 mm). 210, (20), XVIII, (40), (4) pp. With engraved title-page (lacking the letterpress title-label: "Nieuwe atlas van het groote rijck Sina") and 17 double-page engraved maps, all coloured by a contemporary hand. The maps include 16 maps of China and 1 general map of Japan, with richly decorated cartouches often showing several Chinese in traditional garb. The preliminaries bound at the end. Contemporary richly gold-tooled, slightly overlapping vellum, remains of ties, gilt edges. Separately published edition, with the text in Dutch, of Blaeu's atlas of China, the first atlas and geography of China to be published in Europe. "The seventeen maps are noteworthy not only for their accuracy, remarkable for the time, but also for their highly decorative cartouches featuring vignettes depicting regional Chinese dress, activities, and animals [.] In addition, it is one of the first true Sino-European publications, based on Chinese land surveys but presenting geographic data in a highly visual European cartographic format" (Reed & Demattè). The first map is a general map of China (including Japan and parts of Korea), followed by 15 maps of the provinces of China and a general map of Japan. - The maps are based on Chinese cartographic sources collected by the Jesuit missionary Martinus Martini's (1614-61), among them a copy of the manuscript atlas by Zhu Siben (compiled 1311/12) with revisions from the printed atlas by Lo Hongxian. Martini compiled the maps himself and convinced Blaeu to postpone the work on other volumes a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2016-03-24 04:01:42
Blaeu, Joan]. Martini, Martino.
[Amsterdam, Joan Blaeu, 1655]. Super royal folio (340 x 510 mm). 210, (20), XVIII, (40), (4) pp. With engraved title-page (lacking the letterpress title-label: "Nieuwe atlas van het groote rijck Sina") and 17 double-page engraved maps, all coloured by a contemporary hand. The maps include 16 maps of China and 1 general map of Japan, with richly decorated cartouches often showing several Chinese in traditional garb. The preliminaries bound at the end. Contemporary richly gold-tooled, slightly overlapping vellum, remains of ties, gilt edges. Separately published edition, with the text in Dutch, of Blaeu's atlas of China, the first atlas and geography of China to be published in Europe. "The seventeen maps are noteworthy not only for their accuracy, remarkable for the time, but also for their highly decorative cartouches featuring vignettes depicting regional Chinese dress, activities, and animals [.] In addition, it is one of the first true Sino-European publications, based on Chinese land surveys but presenting geographic data in a highly visual European cartographic format" (Reed & Demattè). The first map is a general map of China (including Japan and parts of Korea), followed by 15 maps of the provinces of China and a general map of Japan. - The maps are based on Chinese cartographic sources collected by the Jesuit missionary Martinus Martini's (1614-61), among them a copy of the manuscript atlas by Zhu Siben (compiled 1311/12) with revisions from the printed atlas by Lo Hongxian. Martini compiled the maps himself and convinced Blaeu to postpone the work on other volumes a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2016-03-22 16:42:24
Galilei, Galileo:
Bologna 1655 - 43 + 1 Seiten bestossen, alterstypisch nachgedunkelt/verfärbt, kleine Randnotizen/Zeichnungen, montiertes Rückenschild aus neuerer Zeit Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 160 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: 1. Hemeraner Antiquariat - buch-mars
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2016-03-22 16:42:24
Galilei, Galileo:
Bologna 1655. ea 43 + 1 Seiten gebundene Ausgabe bestossen, alterstypisch nachgedunkelt/verfärbt, kleine Randnotizen/Zeichnungen, montiertes Rückenschild aus neuerer Zeit Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: 1. Hemeraner Versandantiquariat - buch-m
2016-03-19 16:06:45
Blaeu, Guijelmus & Joan.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
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2016-03-16 16:06:37
Famiano Strada
1655 Famiano Strada History of DUTCH Revolt Charles V Holy Roman Empire WARS Illustrated Portrait Engravings / None Worldwide Famiano Strada (1572 – 1649) was a Jesuit priest, historian, and moralist. Charles V (1500 – 1558), also known as Charles I of Spain, was Duke of Burgundy and ruler of the Netherlands from 1506, ruler of the Spanish Empire from 1516 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1519, until he voluntarily stepped down from these and other positions. Alexander Farnese (1545 – 1592) was Duke of Parma, Piacenza and Castro from 1586 to 1592, and Governor of the Spanish Netherlands from 1578 to 1592. The Dutch Revolt (1566 or 1568–1648) was the successful revolt of the northern, largely Protestant Seven Provinces of the Low Countries against the rule of the Roman Catholic King Philip II of Spain, who had inherited the region (Seventeen Provinces) from the defunct Duchy of Burgundy. We do not find another example of this very rare edition for sale worldwide Main author: Famiano Strada Title: De thien eerste boecken der Nederlandtsche oorloge Published: Rotterdam, Voor A. vasn Hoogen-huyse, 1655. Language: Dutch FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 708 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Illustrations: 12 exquisite engravings Publisher: Rotterdam, Voor A. vasn Hoogen-huyse, 1655. Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2016-03-15 08:35:11
GROTIUS, Hugo (utg.)
- Amsterdam, Ludovicum Elzevirum, 1655. 8:o. Grav. extra titel,+ (6),+ 148,+ 932,+ (98) s. Bortklippt signatur från titelbladets övre hörn. Återkommande liten fuktrand i övre marginal, något större sid. 605-640 och 859-898, och enstaka småfläckar. Samtida pergamentband, handtextad ryggtitel. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Ter Meulen 735. Willems 1181. Berghman 1578. Brunet II, 1767. Hoffman III, 299. Warmholtz 1338: ?Hon hålles för vara nog sällsynt? Carlander III, 564ff. Viktig utgåva för stormaktstidens göticistiska historieskrivning. Samlingen innehåller Hugo Grotius 70 sidor långa företal, vilket ansågs så viktigt att det även översattes till svenska 1670, Prokopius ?De gothorum & de vandalorum?, båda i Grotius latinska översättning, Agathius ?Excerpta.?, Jordanes ?De getarum? i B. Vulcanius Brugensis utgåva, Isidorus av Sevilla ?Gothorum, vandalorum et svevorum in Hispania chronicon? i Isaac Vossius textutgåva, samt slutligen Paulus Warnefrids ?De gestis langobardum?.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2016-03-13 21:55:17
Martini, A.
Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1655 - Japan. "Iaponia Regnum". Orig. copper-engraving after A. Martini's map of the region. Published by J. Blaeu, 1655. Original old colouring. With engraved title, "Milliaria Iaponiaca . Milliaria Germanica ." and "Cum privilegio Sacrae .". 41,5:56,5 cm. Koeman II, map 8450:2, ed. 2:501-2+4 (1655 Latin) - Beatiful old map of Japan and Korean peninsula.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek
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2016-02-29 23:49:11
Brochmand, Casparus Erasmus:
København 1655. Ekstra kobberstukket tittelbl. (16) + 800 + (2) + (4) + 659 + (1) s. Samt. helskinnbd. med seks opphøyde bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Dekor i blindpreg på for- og bakdekkel (Speilbind). 2 spenner (hvorav 1 defekt). Ekstra kobberstukket tittelbl. og tittelbl fagmessig oppklebet. Noen få sider svakt skjoldet i ytre marg. Ex libris på forsats
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat
2016-02-29 12:07:44
Isaac Barrow
Cantabrigiae [Cambridge] : Ex celebarrimae Academiae Typographeo. Impensis Guilielmi Nealand Bibliopolae, 1655 A fair copy of the 1st edition in contemporary binding. Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) was a mathematician, classical scholar and theologian. He is principally known for his work on tangents and Calculus. He was one of Isaac Newton's teachers. This translation of Euclid from the Greek to Latin was his first work. The full leather binding is complete and has raised bands and a title label to the spine. The boards are held to the binding by their strings only and are warped. The binding could be repaired as the leather is complete and in reasonably clean condition. Internally, there is a heraldic bookplate to the front pastedown and minute detailed scholarly notes in ink to any initial blank page - including the front pastedown. These notes appear to be early and possibly contemporary. Contents: title page with ink signature; dedication 3 pp; Ad Lectorum 5 pp; poem 1 p; blank; text pp 1-342 with numerous diagrams; Finis with seal; blank; rear pastedown with continuation of notes. The note-taker has been careful not to note on text pages. There is some staining to margins, particularly the bottom margin where there is what looks like soot-spotting. Staining largely stays in the margin - towards the end it strays occasionally into the text but does not obscure it.
Bookseller: E C Books [United Kingdom]
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2016-02-27 15:37:33
MEXIKO STADT (Mexico City / Ciudad de México):
Kupferstich aus Historia Antipodum oder Newe Welt b. Matthäus Merian in Frankfurt a.M., 1655, 15,5 x 17,5 (Ganze Buchseite)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2016-02-22 20:04:39
JONES Inigo 1573-1652 [WEBB John - editor]
London, Sign of the Rainbow in Fleetstreet and Fountain Tavern in the Strand. London: Daniel Pakeman. and Laurence Chapman, 1655 Tall 4to, 1st ed, 9 pls, VG+. In contemporary speckled calf, blind edge tooling, corners & edges lightly bumped and worn. Spine relaid, gilt tooling, titles in gilt to red calf label. Fine portrait frontis of Inigo Jones by Hollar after Vandyke, title page in red and black inks, [6], 109 pp, [1] errata, 9 pls (made up of 1 portrait, 3 double folding, 4 double & 1 single), plus 2 text diagrams, 2 bookplates to fpd, ms notes to fpd & fep, printed by James Flesher, some browning to tp, text block edges sprinkled red, lacking top corner of fep, pencil note states that it was Michael Woodhalls copy.“There were but a few copies printed, and most of them were lost in the Fire of London.” Gough. (ESTC R13850. Wing J954. Lowndes 2522.1225. Allibone 370.2621). A 2nd edition was published in 1725. Jones, Inigo (1573–1652), architect and theatre designer.In 1655 John Webb published The most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain, Vulgarly called Stone-Heng on Salisbury Plain, Restored by Inigo Jones Esquire. This presents a continuous text which purports to be by Jones, though Webb admits that he had compiled it from no more than ‘some few indigested notes’. When in 1663 Dr Walter Charleton published, in Chorea gigantum, a comprehensive rebuttal of Jones's conclusions, Webb returned to the fray with a long and impassioned defence, A Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored (1665). This second work throws a great deal of further light on the reasoning behind J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB)
2016-02-22 20:04:39
JONES Inigo 1573-1652 [WEBB John - editor]
London, Sign of the Rainbow in Fleetstreet and Fountain Tavern in the Strand. London: Daniel Pakeman. and Laurence Chapman, 1655 Tall 4to, 1st ed, 9 pls, VG+. In contemporary speckled calf, blind edge tooling, corners & edges lightly bumped and worn. Spine relaid, gilt tooling, titles in gilt to red calf label. Fine portrait frontis of Inigo Jones by Hollar after Vandyke, title page in red and black inks, [6], 109 pp, [1] errata, 9 pls (made up of 1 portrait, 3 double folding, 4 double & 1 single), plus 2 text diagrams, 2 bookplates to fpd, ms notes to fpd & fep, printed by James Flesher, some browning to tp, text block edges sprinkled red, lacking top corner of fep, pencil note states that it was Michael Woodhalls copy.?There were but a few copies printed, and most of them were lost in the Fire of London.? Gough. (ESTC R13850. Wing J954. Lowndes 2522.1225. Allibone 370.2621). A 2nd edition was published in 1725. Jones, Inigo (1573?"1652), architect and theatre designer.In 1655 John Webb published The most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain, Vulgarly called Stone-Heng on Salisbury Plain, Restored by Inigo Jones Esquire. This presents a continuous text which purports to be by Jones, though Webb admits that he had compiled it from no more than ?some few indigested notes?. When in 1663 Dr Walter Charleton published, in Chorea gigantum, a comprehensive rebuttal of Jones's conclusions, Webb returned to the fray with a long and impassioned defence, A Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored (1665). This second work throws a great deal of further light on the reasoning behind Jones's th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-02-22 08:20:31
CHANCY, Sieur de
Paris, Ballard, 1655. ______ Format : In-12. [143 X 98 mm] Collation : 46, (1) ff., 1 bl. Reliure : Demi-veau brun, dos orné. (Reliure moderne.). ____ Cinquième livre des chansons pour danser et pour boire. Frontispice gravé, musique gravée et texte en regard. Très rare. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2016-02-16 23:55:16
[MARTINI, Martino. & Joannes BLEAU.]
Bookseller: Rare Oriental Book Company, ABAA, ILAB - AN ART AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY [U.S.A.]
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2016-02-16 23:55:16
[MARTINI, Martino & Joannes. BLEAU.]
Bookseller: Rare Oriental Book Company, ABAA, ILAB - AN ART AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY [U.S.A.]
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2016-02-15 19:38:51
San Francesco di Paola.
Appresso Ignatio de Lazzeri, In Roma 1655 - Prima edizione. Opera dedicata ala Card. Fachenetti. Cm.19,9x14,5. Pg.(16), 408, (26). Genuina legatura coeva, leggermente allentata, in piena pergamena molle coeva. Titoli manoscritti al dorso. Lievi tarlature al foglio di guardia e alle prime due carte, abbastanza visibili al frontespizio. Stemma del Cardinale Fachenetti impresso al frontespizio. Il testo è preceduto da un "Sonetto" del Padre Filippo da Celico. Esaustivo epistolario dell'eremita Francesco da Paola (Paola, 27 marzo 1416 ? Tours, 2 aprile 1507), fondatore dell'Ordine dei Minimi, proclamato santo da papa Leone X il 4 maggio 1519. Studi successivi hanno considerate apocrife alcune delle lettere contenute nel volume, senza comunque inficiare la valenza della fonte. Di particolare interesse il fatto che l'Opera fu messa all'Indice. > Michel, III, 62. 450 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s.
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2016-02-12 13:11:20
Martini, A.
Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1655 - Japan. "Iaponia Regnum". Orig. copper-engraving after A. Martini's map of the region. Published by J. Blaeu, 1655. Original old colouring. With engraved title, "Milliaria Iaponiaca . Milliaria Germanica ." and "Cum privilegio Sacrae .". 41,5:56,5 cm. Koeman II, map 8450:2, ed. 2:501-2+4 (1655 Latin) - Beatiful old map of Japan and Korean peninsula.
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2016-02-09 12:55:30
MARTINIUS, Martin.
London 1655, John Crook. Full new leather, raised bands, red label, pp.253-308, complete, engraved frontispiece and map, list of J. Crook titles at the end, 19.2 x 29.5 cm. very very clean no foxing, solid copy. FIRST EDITION S C A R C E SUTBITLE: cont. Chief Cities of the Countries, for the Bet- ter Under standing of the Story. Written Originally in Latin this is an excellent primary narrative, quite readable. It covers the early history of China as known to foreigners. ENGRAVED ILLUSTRATIONS: Contains a lovely frontispiece portrait of the Manchu Emperor. With an excellent map of China from just North of the Great Wall, including the Great Wall, South showing all of the provinces of China, down to Yunnan, including the island of Hainan, Taiwan, Macau, Korea and Japan. BIOGRAPHY OF THE AUTHOR: Martini was born in Trento., in 1631 he entered the Austrian province of his order, where he studied mathematics under Athanasius Kircher in the Roman College, probably with the intention of being sent to China. He was a celebrated Jesuit He set out for China in 1640, and arrived in 1643. While there he made great use of his talents as missionary, scholar, writer and superior. In 1650 he was sent to Rome as procurator for the Chinese Mission, and took advantage of the long, adventurous voyage (going first to the Philippines, from thence on a Dutch privateer to Batavia, he reached Bergen in Norway on 31 August 1653), to sift his valuable historical and cartographical data on China. During his sojourn in Europe the works were printed that made his name so famous. In 1658 he returned … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Oriental Book Company, ABAA, ILAB - AN ART AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY [U.S.A.]
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2016-02-09 12:55:30
MARTINIUS, Martin.
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2016-02-06 07:40:56
SEMEDO, F. Alvarez. & [Martin Martini]
London 1655, Crook.Recent full calf, 308p., 2 etched maps, 1 folding, 3 etched plates, 2 parts in 1, nicely bound, firm & solid, very clean+ copy, complete with 'Bellum & Addition,' 18 x 29.5 cm., a few tiny mends. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION **** *** A FABULOUS & EARLY JESUIT ACCOUNT OF LIFE IN CHINA A FASCINATING 1655 PRIMARY RESOURCE SUBTITLE: continued: Together with the Traffic & Commodities of that Country. Now put into English by a Person of Quality, and Illustrated with Several Maps and Figures, to Satisfy the Curious & Advance the Trade of Great Britain. THE FIRST & BEST ENGLISH EDITION: This is the First English translation of the original Italian title Semedo wrote in 1643: RELATIONE DELLA GRANDE MONARCHIA DELLA CINA, translated into English, by "A Person of Quality." WRITTEN IN "OLD" ENGLISH" These two titles were written in "Old English" of the period & commonly used "F" for "S" therefore below, we faithfully repeat the spelling on the title page, as issued. THE AUTHOR: FATHER ALVAREZ F. SEMEDO, S.J. [1585/86?-1658] Semedo was a Portuguese Jesuit, and was known by variant names depending on which language was used: Álvaro de Semedo, in Latin: Alvarus de Semedo. In China he was known as Xie Wulu and later as Zeng Dezhao. He lived and worked some 20 years in China. VALUABLE PRIMARY RESOURCE A nicely done early and valuable primary source and stunning middle 17th. century historical primary work on China by resident Jesuits. BIOGRAPHY OF THE AUTHOR: Álvaro Semedo was born in Nisa, Portugal in 1585 or 1586. He entered the Jesuit novitiate in 1602, and on 29 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-02-06 07:40:56
SEMEDO, F. Alvarez. & [Martin Martini]
Bookseller: Rare Oriental Book Company, ABAA, ILAB - AN ART AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
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2016-02-06 07:40:56
SEMEDO, F. Alvarez. & [Martin Martini]
London 1655, Crook. Recent full calf, etched folding map, 2 etched plates, 19 x 29.2 cm., lower edge of map in facsimile else clean, firm, solid, internally clean & bright,very good plus example, parts 1,2, 248p. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION **** *** A FABULOUS & EARLY JESUIT ACCOUNT OF LIFE IN CHINA A FASCINATING 1655 PRIMARY RESOURCE SUBTITLE: continued: Together with the Traffic & Commodities of that Country. Now put into English by a Person of Quality, and Illustrated with Several Maps and Figures, to Satisfy the Curious & Advance the Trade of Great Britain. THE FIRST & BEST ENGLISH EDITION: This is the First English translation of the original Italian title Semedo wrote in 1643: RELATIONE DELLA GRANDE MONARCHIA DELLA CINA, translated into English, by "A Person of Quality." WRITTEN IN "OLD" ENGLISH" These two titles were written in "Old English" of the period & commonly used "F" for "S" therefore below, we faithfully repeat the spelling on the title page, as issued. THE AUTHOR: FATHER ALVAREZ F. SEMEDO, S.J. [1585/86?-1658] Semedo was a Portuguese Jesuit, and was known by variant names depending on which language was used: Álvaro de Semedo, in Latin: Alvarus de Semedo. In China he was known as Xie Wulu and later as Zeng Dezhao. He lived and worked some 20 years in China. VALUABLE PRIMARY RESOURCE A nicely done early and valuable primary source and stunning middle 17th. century historical primary work on China by resident Jesuits. BIOGRAPHY OF THE AUTHOR: Álvaro Semedo was born in Nisa, Portugal in 1585 or 1586. He entered the Jesuit novitiate in 1602, and on 29 M … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-17 16:32:31
Siebmacher, Johann):
Paulus Fürst,, Nürnberg, 1655 - Nürnberg, Paulus Fürst, (1655) - 1657. Quer-kl.-4°. (38) Bl.; (26) Bl.; (30) Bl.; (27) Bl.; (32) Bl. Mit 5 gest. Titel und 1083 Kupfertafen. Halblederbände der Zeit mit Marmorpapierbezug, Rückentitel und schlichter Rückenvergoldung. Vgl. Lipperheide Rc 10. Die Bände 1 u. 2. in zweiter Ausgabe. Die Bände 3-5 in erster Ausgabe. Die Nummerierung der Kupfertafeln teilw. fehlerhaft (in Band I mit einer ausgelassenen Nummer, Band III mit zwei ausgelassenen Nummern, in Band IV mit 6 ausgelassene Nummern). - "Von Sibmacher selbst nur die beiden ersten Bände (Erstausgaben von 1605 u. 1609). Nach seinem Tode (1611) gingen alle Platten an Paulus Fürst über, der sie wiederholt zu neuen Ausgaben benutzte und später das Wappenbuch um vier weitere Teile vermehrte" (Lipperheide). - Die Vorsätze von Band I mit kleineren alten Besitzereinträgen. Die hübschen roten Halblederbände berieben. - Innen sauberes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch / German Halblederbände der Zeit mit Marmorpapierbezug, Rückentitel und schlichter Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2016-01-10 21:04:42
Hauck Ferdinand
- Nicht im VD 17, kein Exemplar im WorldCat, über KVK nur 1 Ex. in der Wienbibliothek nachweisbar.- Sehr selten.- Schön illustriertes, barockes Gebetbuch mit 63 ?Herzstärkungen? aus der Feder des Barnabitenbruders Ferdinand Hauck, für Kaiserin Eleonore Magdalene von der Pfalz (1655-1720) und einer der allerersten Drucke aus der Offizin des Johann van Ghelen, der seit 1678 die Druckerei des verstorbenen Johann Hacque führte.- Die ganzseitigen Kupferstiche stammen von Domenico Rossetti (1650-1736) und zeigen vor allem Szenen aus dem Leben und der Passion Christi, aber auch die Marienikone von der Insel Kreta in der Wiener Michaelerkirche oder die Audienz haltende Kaiserin.- Nur gering gebräunt od. fleckig, Schuber etw. beschabt, sonst schönes Exemplar.
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2016-01-01 12:55:49
Wappen. - Siebmacher, Johann / Paul Fürst
1. Theil (und 2. Teil in einem Buch). Mit einer umbständigen Vorrede, von dem Ursprung und Gebrauch der Wappen vermehrt. (u. 2. Theil: Deß erneuerten Teutschen Wappenbuchs zweyter Theil. (...) Mit einer Vorrede von den Ritterliche Thurnieren und der Adelichen Heroldskunst vermehrt). Nürnberg: Paulus Fürsten, Kunsthändlern. Gedruckt bey Christoff Gerhard, (1655). Hardc. d. Zt. mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel \'Wappenbuch 1\'. (40 S. Vorrede), (32 S. Register), 1 Bl., IIII, 199 Bll. mit Wappen-Abb., Frontispiz-Kupfer v. Bd. 2, Titelbl., (27 S. Vorrede), (1 S. Index), (22 S. Register v. Bd. 2, 1 leeres Bl.), 164 Bll. mit Wappen-Abb. - 14,5 x 19,5. * Die sehr selten beiden ersten Bände von Siebmachers insgesamt fünfteiliger Wappen-Sammlung in der 4. Ausgabe. - Es fehlen der Frontispiz-Kupferstich und die Wappen-Abb. von S. 200 bis 226 des ersten Teils. - Einband berieben, Ecken bestoßen. - Innendeckel mit Vorbesitzer-Eintrag v. Fürstenberg .... - Innen durchgehend wohlerhalten und mit kräftigem Abdruck der Wappen-Kupfer. - Beiliegen: Bibliographische Titelaufnahmen im VD17, fünf Bestandsnachweise in deutschen Bibliotheken sowie das fehlende Frontispiz-Blatt in Fotokopie.Versand D: 7,00 EUR
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2015-12-20 17:07:10
Sidney, Sir Philip
London: Printed By William Du-gard, 1655. 4to. 'The tenth edition. with his life and death; a brief table of the principal heads, and som other new additions'. Rebound in dark brown leather and cloth, panelled spine with decs and dark green title panel. Some scuffing and peeling to leather, some fraying and chipping to front board which also has a few stains and rubbings. Marbled endpapers and red painted closed edges. Some pages are closely trimmed but with no loss of text. Previous owner name and date of 1763 to title page in brown ink. Occasional brown ink stains or marginalia and a few pages are browned, but overall very clean and tidy, tight bind. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bookcase [Carlisle, United Kingdom]
2015-12-01 15:14:13
Antonelli, Giovanni Carlo
1655. Laws Concerning Time Antonelli, Giovanni Carlo. Tractatus De Tempore Legali: In Quatuor Libros Distributus, Ubi Principaliores, Difficiliores, Ac Practicabiliores Canonici, Ac Civilis Iuris Quaestiones Singulariter Explanantur, Ac Resoluuntur. Opus Praelatis, Ac Iudicibus Ecclesiasticis, & Secularibus, Advocatis, Aliisque in Utroque foro Versantibus, & in Scholis Prositentibus Apprime Utile, Ac Necessarium. Velletri: Apud Carolum Bilancionum, 1659. [xiv], 524, [40] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary vellum with early rebacking and later varnishing, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, some worming, mostly to spine, front board slightly bowed, front joint starting at foot, hinges partially cracked, preliminaries and rear free endpaper partially detached and somewhat edgeworn. Large woodcut printer device to title page. Light browning to text, faint dampspotting in places, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A solid copy. * Second edition. A canon lawyer by training, Antonelli was the Bishop of Ferentino. His treatise examines legal aspects of time, mostly under canon law. It is arranged in four books. The first treats "de tempore in generale"; the other books address years, months and hours. Published in 1642, it went through seven more editions, the last in 1753. Few copies of any edition are held in North American law libraries. Not in the British Museum Catalogue or The Canon Law Collection of the Library of Congress.
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2015-11-29 19:13:06
Sergeant, John.
Paris: M. Blageart 8vo (14 cm, 5.5"). [8] ff., 333, [1] pp.. 1655 John Sergeant (1622–1707) converted to Catholicism from the Church of England after researching the history of the early Church. He was ordained to the priesthood and undertook a career as a controversialist against Protestantism, writing many works. This one is a Catholic answer to Henry Hammond's (1605-60) Of Schisme, and John Bramhall's (1594–1663) A Just Vindication of the Church of England from the Unjust Aspersion of Criminal Schism. Hammond and Bramhall were leading Anglican divines of the high-church party, and in attacking them Sergeant reveals the influence that that party still commanded, even at its lowest ebb under Cromwell. His argument is largely a defense of the Papacy against those who would assert the historical independence of the Church of England. => This is the sole edition of this important Recusant work. It is also a volume that shows such controvery was definitely not “dry”; for its presentation at our website, we photographed the start of Sergeant's explanation/defense of his personal animus against his antagonist, and also the “Stationer's” description of the polemical feast to come, this worked out as a menu or "Bill of Fare"! Provenance: On the recto of the second front fly-leaf is a presentation inscription: "For my honnord & best frind, Master John Bulteel." The most likely John Bulteel is the one who was created M.A. at Oxford in 1661, and later served as secretary to Edward, Earl of Clarendon. Contemporary mottled calf, with remnants of modest double gilt rules on covers … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-25 13:26:41
Wingate, Edmund; Finch, Sir Henry
1655 - With a Set of Tables Illustrating Principles of the Common Law Wingate, Edmund [1596-1656]. [Finch, Sir Henry (1558-1625)]. The Body of the Common-Law of England. As it Stood in Force Before it was Altered by Statute, Or Acts of Parliament, Or State. Together with an Exact Collection of Such Statutes, As Have Altered, Or do Otherwise Concern the Same. Whereunto is also Annexed Certain Tables Containing a Summary of the Whole Law, For the Help and Delight of Such Students as Affect Method. Corrected and Amended. London: Printed for H. Twyford, 1655. [iv], 90, [6] 76; [48] pp. Tables. Two parts, the second preceded by title page reading A Summary of the Common-Law of England. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary sheep with later rebacking, blind rules to boards, gilt rules and lettering piece to spine, hinges and corners mended. Some rubbing to extremities, a few nicks and minor scuffs to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn. Woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, mostly to margins, light edgewear to preliminaries and final few leaves, about 1/2" lacking from head of title page affecting first and second words of title, edges of final leaves trimmed closely just touching text, internally clean. * Second edition, published the same year as the first. Also a notable mathematician, Wingate supported Cromwell during the Civil War and Commonwealth. He was an important legal writer during the Civil War and Commonwealth. Most of his books, such as Maximes of Reason (1658), An Exact Abridgment of the Statues in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-20 12:39:58
Ferdinand III., römisch-deutscher Kaiser (1608-1657).
Preßburg, 23. VII. 1655. Lateinische Handschrift auf Papier. Qu.-Imp.-Folio. 450:595 mm. Mit goldgehöhter Titulatur. Urkunde für Graf Julio zu Landsee; mit zwei Gegenzeichnungen. - Stärker angestaubt und stockfleckig; gefaltet; die Verso-Seite mit einer vierzeiligen Zusammenfassung in lateinischer Sprache, dat. 3. April 1818.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-11-19 17:16:04
Tassin Nicolas, ????-1655
Tassin Nicolas, ????-1655. Profilz Isle de France/Tassin/Atlas anno 1631 "Plans et Profilz des principales villes de la province de L ` Isle de France", Atlas edited by Nicolas Tassin, anno 1631, in new vellum binding, 17 maps and town views. Please see fotos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-11-17 20:26:14
Teellinck, Willem
Utrecht, Hermannus Ribbius, Hermannus Specht, en Johannes van Waesberge 1655/1656/1656 - 2 delen en 1 werk in 1 band, (8) 476 (11), (2) 262, (2) 265-305 (3) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 4° (vernieuwde schutbladen, pagina73-80 dl.1 wat korter afgesneden dan de overige pagina's, verder een fraai exemplaar)
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2015-11-12 15:51:20
Bloteling, Abraham (1640-1690)
1655. Very good impressions of both etchings, only state. Fine set with wide margins. Around 1655 Jacob van Ruysdael made two romantic paintings and several drawings of the jewish burial ground at Ouderkerk aan den Amstel near Amsterdam. The place was bought in 1614 by the Sefardic jews of Amsterdam, the so-called ‘marranen', who needed a place to bury their deceased in the jewish tradition (a ‘Beth-Chajiem'). The variety and exuberant style of the tombs reflects the different backgrounds of the Sefardic jews in Amsterdam (Portugal, Spain, Italy), in contradiction with sober graveyards of the Dutch jews. The foreign atmosphere inspired Ruisdael and Blooteling to these two beautiful etchings, depicting three large tombs. The middle one – still to be seen at Ouderkerk – is the grave of ‘chacham' Izak Uziel, born in Fez in Marocco, who came to Amsterdam in 1615. He had great influence on the jewish community in the city and was the teacher of a.o. the printer and publisher rabbi Menasseh Ben Israel. B0021
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Netherlands]
2015-11-09 17:14:00
Tassin Nicolas, ????-1655
Tassin Nicolas, ????-1655. Atlas, edited by N. Tassin, "PLANS ET PROFILZ DES PRINCIPALES VILLES DE LA PROVINCE DE NORMANDIE", new vellum binding, size: 155x200 mm. For more informations please klick the web-page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2015-11-04 21:49:28
Genealogie, Herladik mit vielen Holzschnitt-Wappen, Schweinslederband - Bucelin, Gabriel (Bucelinus):
Ulm, Praetorius in Augsburg für Görlin, 1655. - Fol. Kupfertitel, 5 Bll., 151 SS., Titel (Germania sacra), 64 SS., Titel, 97 SS., Titel, 282 SS., 19 Bll., mit vielen Wappendarstellungen Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schließen VD 17 23:230939H; ADB III, 462. - Erste Ausgabe. - Bedeutendes genealogischen Werk des Benediktiners und Humanisten Gabriel Bucelinus (1599 - 1681). Hier der erste, in sich abgeschlossene Band (von 4), der die Stammtafeln und Wappen der berühmtesten Herrscherhäuser aus dem Heiligen Römischen Reich Deutscher Nation sowie verschiedene sogenannte Adelsprobationen enthält. - Mit schönem Kupfertiteln von Conrad Meyer und zahlreichen Wappen in Holzstich. - Einband etwas berieben und leicht fleckig, Spiegel und Titel verso mit kleinem Stempel (leicht durchscheinend), Kupfertitel und Titel in den Rändern hinterlegt und unten mit kleinerer Fehlstelle, letzterer unten mit altem Vermerk in Tinte und kleinem Fraßloch, erstes Blatt mit kleiner, mit Klebeband hinterlegter Fehlstelle mit geringem Buchstabenverlust, die ersten beiden Blätter mit leichtem Feuchtigkeitsrand, am Schluss zwei Blätter mit Klebeband verstärkt, durchgängig etwas gebräunt und stellenweise stockfleckig, sonst sauber. Insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar in schönem und dekorativem Einband. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2015-10-08 23:27:21
Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo
Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo. Coppermap, published by J. Blaeu Amsterdam, anno 1655, old coloured in outline, size of the map: 41,5 x 56,5 cm., little brwonish, little crack on upper margin. Korea being correctly drawn as a peninsula for the first time. This map was the standart map up to the 18 century. From M. Martini, "Novus Atlas Sinensis", an italian Jesuit, the first european Atlas of China and Japan. Reference: Map Collectors Circle, Nr. 36, 21: "The subdivisions of the Kingdom are shown by means of dotted lines; Korea being correctly drawn as a peninsula for the first time. This was to remain the standart form of Japan until the eighteenth century and although replaced by the maps of Reland and Kaempfer it is in its outline closer to the true shape of Japan than either of these or indeed any printed map before the nineteenth century. It was compiled by Father Martino Martini, an Italian Jesuit, and appears in Blaeu s Atlas Sinensis, the first European atlas of China. Of the two general maps one if of Japan. Father Martini (1614-1661) went to China as a young man and became the Superior at Hang-Chow. In 1651 he left for Rome but took three years on an eventful journey home. His arrival was described by Blaeu: "The Reverend Father Martinus Martinius comes from India, and brings with him the figurations and descriptions of the Empire of China. He insists that I print and publish these. Therefore i leave off all other things for the time being, in order to push forward this work ". After a short stay in Europe Martini returned to China and died in Hang-chow." [Attri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-09-27 03:38:31
Dugdale, Sir William
Londini: Newcomb. 1655-73. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary mottled calf with gilt titles and decoration to spines, vol.1 rebacked with original spine relaid, other vols cracked along joints with some loss of leather from upper joint of vol.3, acession number in white pen to spines, bookplates to front pastedowns, contemporary ownership inscription to title pages, half-title and engraved title page to vol.1 also with inscription in same hand, leaf 5D3 of vol.1 with closed tear to foredge margin just touching text and leaves 5q2 & 5q3 of same somewhat browned, leaf 3q2 of vol.4 with inkstain affecting a small amount of text, pagination somewhat erratic throughout but text complete, 99 plates including some double paged - many of the plates by Hollar. Heavy item, may incur additional shipping costs for international delivery. , Folio .
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2015-09-03 13:11:37
SALNOVE Robert de (Messire)
A Paris André de Sommaville et chez André Soubron, 1655. In / 4 reliure plein veau du temps, dos à caissons aveugles, 12 f.(épitre, préface, tables), 437 p., bandeaux, lettrines historiées et culs de lampes. Edition originale. Reliure forttée et usure marquée sur un coin. Erreur de pagination en fin de volume où les numérotations sont reprises ; également 2 pages sont doublées en milieu d'ouvrage : 168 / 169 (intercallée entre les pages 189 / 190) comme toujours ; rousseurs éparses. Edition originale de ce traité célèbre, destiné, dans l?esprit de l?auteur, à remplacer celui de Du Fouilloux, que l?auteur trouvait écrit dans un langage trop libre. Doué d?un prodigieux esprit d?observation, il avait appris à connaître les animaux de nos forêts. Il nous a laissé des détails, non seulement sur la manière de les chasser, mais aussi sur leurs habitudes, leurs ruses et leurs instincts. Il contient les chasses du cerf, du lièvre, du chevreuil, du sanglier, du loup et du renard. Avec la manière d?élever les chiens et un traité des remèdes pour leurs maladies. Brunet T.5, Thiebaud col. 823 / 824. RARE. Français relié DeCollection
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Lucas Philippe
2015-08-28 20:40:03
Taylor, Jeremy
London: James Flesher for R. Royston 8vo (19 cm, 7.5"). A–Z8Aa–Zz8Aaa4; engr. t.-p., [46], 448, [8], 449–690 (i.e., 746), [6 (index)] pp. (pagination incorrect); 1 fold. plt.. 1655 Second edition of the "Unum necessarium," following the first of 1653, followed by the first edition of the "Further Explication." Jeremy Taylor (1613–67), a High Church divine and chaplain to Charles I, was well known as a theologian and one of the school of Caroline Divines who brilliantly systematized Anglican theology in the 17th century. The first of these present works caused him some difficulty, as some of its arguments were widely considered unorthodox and antidoctrinal; the Further Explication was Taylor's attempt to clarify his position. The engraved frontispiece by P. Lombart depicts Jesus in shepherd guise, and is followed by a title-page printed in red and black. An oversized, folding plate shows a contrite heart accompanied by scriptural figures and allegorical images; this is also signed, Lombart. Both works came off the press with incorrect pagination, the latter with apparent page count being thrown significantly off. Provenance: Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of Charles Grave Hudson. Contemporary speckled calf, framed in blind, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label; leather cracked over joints and spine. Occasional pencilled bracketing.
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