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        Arabiae linguae tyrocinium. Id est, [.] grammatica arabica. Cum varia praxios materia, cuius elenchum versa dabit pagella.

      Leiden, Jean Maire, 1656. - 4to. (12), 282 pp. Title printed in red and black with large engraving. (Bound with) II: Sennert, Andreas. Arabismus, h. e. praecepta arabicae linguae [.]. Wittenberg, Fincelius, 1666. (8), 166 pp. (Bound with) III: The same. [Mi'a Matal]. Centuria proverbiorum arabicorum. Ibid., 1658. (24) pp. Contemp. vellum with ms. title to spine. I: Third, most encompassing edition of the first scientific Arabic grammar written by a European scholar. Erpenius had published his "Grammatica Arabica" in 1613, having completed it four years earlier while staying in Paris with Casaubon. A second edition appeared in 1636 - edited by Anton Deusing, a pupil of Golius - adding the fables of Lokman and Arabic proverbs earlier edited by Erpenius. The present edition was edited by Golius himself, Erpenius's successor to the chair of Arabic. Repeating Deusing's 1636 edition, it now adds a modest Arabic chresthomathy previously edited by Golius's pupil Fabricius. This copy includes the cancel-slip for two lines of text and a catchword on f. *2v. Interleaved between pp. 200 and 201 with five ms. pages by a Swedish scholar (c. 1915). - II: Second edition of Sennert's Arabic grammar, followed by a concise Arabic dictionary. - III: Only edition of this rare collection of Arabic proverbs with their Latin translations, also prepared by the German scholar Sennert (1606-89), himself a pupil of Golius and in 1640 Jakob Weller's successor as professor of oriental languages in Wittenberg. - Somewhat browned due to paper, but well-preserved altogether. Several old ownerships on flyleaf, including a note of acquisition dated Wittenberg, 1619, and the ownership of Ernst Friedrich Tobias (dated Feb. 1725). I: Smitskamp, BO 72. Schnurrer 81. Juynboll 148f. - II: Schnurrer 82 (note). VD 17, 12:130977S. OCLC 836692815. - III: VD 17, 3:313989Z. OCLC 633598572.

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        Grammatica arabica. Arabica linguae tyrocinum id est Thomae Erpeni Grammatica Arabica cum varia praxios materia, cujus elenchum versa dabit pagella

      Johann Maire, 1656. - Johann Maire, Leyde 1656 (une annotation à la plume fait état d'une édition parisienne de 1674), petit in - 4 (15x20,5cm), (12) 282pp., relié. - Nuova edizione, dopo l'originale pubblicata nel 1613, ma è più interessante grazie all'intervento di Giacobbe Gollius (prefazione), che ha aggiunto molti testi del Corano e dei poeti arabi fino ad allora sconosciuti in Europa. Bound in piena pergamena tempo flessibile (molte attività e di nuovo sporco). Buono stato interno. Annotazioni a penna a margine (in latino). Sul risguardo: Dan studeri. Erpenius Thomas (1584 - 1624) è stato un famoso e celebre orientalista olandese del suo tempo, ha pubblicato numerose grammatiche orientali ed è stato titolare della cattedra di arabo e lingue orientali presso l'Università di Leiden 1613 - 1624, sono stati creati anche una sedia ebraica in suo favore. Corteggiato da grandi piazze d'Europa, non ha mai lasciato Leida. La sua grammatica araba è stato più volte ristampato. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après l'originale parue en 1613, mais celle - ci est plus intéressante grâce à l'intervention de Jacob Gollius (préface) lequel a ajouté nombre de textes du Coran et de poètes arabes jusque là inconnus en Europe. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque (tâches nombreuses et dos sali). Bon état intérieur. Annotations à la plume dans les marges (en latin). Sur la page de garde : Dan Studeri. Thomas Erpenius (1584 - 1624) était un fameux et célèbre orientaliste hollandais de son temps, il publia de nombreuses grammaires orientales et fut titulaire de la chaire d'arabe et de langues orientales de l'université de Leyde de 1613 à 1624, on créa même une chaire d'hébreux en sa faveur. Courtisé par les grandes places d'Europe, il ne quitta jamais Leyde. Sa grammaire arabe fut maintes fois rééditée.

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        Deß neuen Teutschen Wappenbuchs/Dritter Theil: Vorstellen/Deß H. Römischen Reiches Fürsten/Grafen/Freyen/Rittern und Edlen/Wappen/Schilde/Helm/Kleinodien/und darzu gehörigen Heroldsfarben

      - - Lipperheide II/Rc 10 / Andrese, Peintre-Graveur 2/295 / Der vorliegende 3.Teil rührt nicht mer von Siebmacher her, sondern wurde nach seinem Tode von Paul Fürst herausgebracht. Umfangreiches Werk mit prachtvollen Kupfertafeln - Gewicht in Gramm: 722 Christoff Gerhard, Nürnberg, 1656, 29 Bll./200 Kupfertafeln, Halbledereinband der Zeit, Titel mit Bordüre (Vorsatzblätter erneuert/im weißen Rand teilweise leicht stockfleckig)

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        Los IV libros de la Imitacion de Christo, y menosprecio del mundo, Compuestos en Latin por el venerable Tomas de Kempis, Canonigo reglar de san Agustin, y traduzidos nuevamente por el P. Ivan Evsebio Nieremberg de la Compañia de Iesvs. Van añadidos los Dictamenes de espiritu y perfeccion, sacados de las Obras del mismo P. Iuan Eusebio.

      En Amberes: en la Oficina Plantiniana, M.DC.LVI 1656 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A].- // 8º menor, (104x62mm.); [24], 456 p.; sign.: *8, **4, A-Z8, 2A-2E8, Ff4; taco xilográfico en portada; iniciales y florones.- // Encuadernación en pergamino con restauración antigua, en la que se respetaron los planos originales; cortes tintados. Carece de guarda trasera; algún punto de oxidación disperso; algún cuadernillo levemente tostado; pequeña galería entre las pág. 61-72, afectando algunas letras; señales de uso.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Buscada primera edición de la traducción que Juan Eusebio de Nieremberg (1585-1658) hizo al castellano del que quizás sea el más célebre y difundido devocionario procedente de la Baja edad media, el Contemptus mundi, escrito por Thomas de Kempis en 1441 y conocido desde finales del siglo XVI como Imitatio Christi, ?Imitando a Cristo? De la traducción del jesuita Nieremberg, que vino a reemplazar a la que hasta ese momento era la mas difundida en castellano, la realizada por fray Luis de Granada, se han hecho más de un centenar de ediciones desde entonces. De esta primera, sin embargo, en España solo localizamos los ejemplares de la abadía de Santo Domingo de Silos, del convento de las Agustinas recoletas de León, y el de la Biblioteca de Catalunya procedente del legado Janer. Esta escasez se extiende al resto del mundo ya que no llegan a la docena el total de los ejemplares que se conservan en otras bibliotecas de Europa y Norte América.- // Refs.: CCPB, 000856095-1 y 000895239-6; Peeters Fontainas, 2, 1297; Palau, 127461; Simón Díaz, 16, 273. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Pharsale de Lucain, ou les Guerres civiles de César et Pompée en vers françois

      A Paris, chez Antoine de Sommaville 1656 - In-8 (18,2 x 23,3 cm), reliure plein veau, dos à cinq nerfs orné de caissons et fers dorés, double filet d'encadrement sur les plats, 5 volumes en 1, avec 5 paginations (91, 106, 100, 123, et 96 pages), regroupant les 10 livres, divers tirages (1654-1655 et 1656), édition en partie originale de cette traduction de George de Brébeuf ; dos craquelé, quelques épidermures, intérieur bien conservé, bon état général. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ECLAIRCISSEMENT DES VERITABLES QUATRAINS DE MAISTRE MICHEL NOSTRADAMUS... Grand Astrologue de Son Temps, & Specialemente pour la Connoissance des Choses Futures.

      NP: No place (Paris? or Amsterdam?). 1656. y First edition. Vellum. Very Good. 12mo. 9,(1),408,405-426,437-458,(2)pp. With the final blank. Copper engraved portrait of Nostradamus, bound after the title page. Cont. vellum, a bit soiled. Some old text soiling, but a very good copy of this scarce book.

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        Lapis Lydius controversiarum modernarum catholicos inter et acatholicos. Quo ex Verbo Dei scripto, in trecentis, & amplius punctis, liquet catholicos ad amussim illud sequi, acatholicos vero e diametro ei repugnare

      Joannis Mathiae Hovii 1656 - 466 S. 16°, mit zwei Metallschließen, eine fehlt. Eine kleine Fehlstelle am Buchrücken. Innen sauber und gut erhalten. Schnitt altersbedingt etwas nachgedunkelt. Sehr selten!!! 177 gr.

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        Poems: viz. I. Miscellanies. II. The Mistress, or, Love Verses. III. Pindarique Odes. And IV. Davideis, or, a Sacred Poem of the Troubles of David

      London: Printed [by Thomas Newcombe] for Humphrey Moseley, 1656. First collected edition. General title, separate dated title-pages for The Mistress, Pindarique Odes, and Davideis with separate paginations and registers, errata on b4r. Folio. Contemporary calf; several old scrapes to upper board. First collected edition. General title, separate dated title-pages for The Mistress, Pindarique Odes, and Davideis with separate paginations and registers, errata on b4r. Folio. Cowley was wrongly arrested in April 1656 during the aborted Royalist uprising. "While in prison Cowley had prepared a major collection of his verse for publication. Poems (1656) omits the juvenilia and the political poems, but reprints The mistress. It also includes Miscellanies, a gathering of occasional poems, among them the elegies on Harvey and Crashaw, and the Anacreontics, some innocently bacchanalian imitations of the Anacreontea, then thought to be authentic poems of Anacreon; four books of the Davideis, an unfinished epic on the early career of David; and the Pindarique odes, which include imitations of two of Pindar's odes and several original poems executed in the same semi-irregular strophaic form" (ODNB). Wing C6683; ESTC R16216; Pforzheimer 233

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        Joannis Sartori adagiorum Chiliades tres sive sententiae proverbiales Graeca, Latina & Belgica, ex praecipuis autoribus collectae, ac brevibus notis illustrae

      ex typographia Nicolai Herculis 1656 - - ex typographia Nicolai Herculis, Leyde 1656, fort in-12 (9x15,5cm), (4) 696pp. (42)., relié. - Edition elzévirienne portant la marque de l'imprimeur (Hercule le pied sur un dragon terrassé). Pas de trace dans les catalogues de la Bibliothèque Nationale. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque, titre à la plume, lacets apparents. Dos Sali, pages de garde décollées, bon état intérieur. Shrevel (1615-1664) est un grammairien hollandais, surtout connu pour être l'auteur d'un lexique latin-grec et grec-latin qui fut adopté par de nombreux pays et maintes fois réédité, il s'occupa en outre de nombreuses éditions d'auteurs latins. Ce livre est l'édition donnée par Shrevel de l'adagiorum de Sartori, collecte de proverbes latins avec une traduction grecque et hollandaise, suivis de remarques. Ex-libris à la plume illisible. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Elzévirienne Edition branded printer (Hercules foot on a dragon floored). No trace in the catalogs of the National Library. Bound in full vellum contemporary, under the pen laces apparent. Sali back, endpapers detached, good condition inside. Shrevel (1615-1664) is a Dutch grammarian, best known for being the author of a Latin-Greek and Greek-Latin lexicon which was adopted by many countries and many times reprinted, he also held numerous editions Latin authors. This book is given by the Shrevel adagiorum Sartori, collection of Latin proverbs with Greek and Dutch translation, followed by remarks edition. Bookplate to illegible pen. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! (4) 696pp. (42). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Alle de Wercken zo in de MEDICYNE als CHIRURGIE van de heer Ioan van BEVERWYCK Out-Schepen DER STADT DORDRECHT 't Amfterdam, By Ian Iacobz Schipper, op de Keyfersgracht.

      Amsterdam: Ian Iacobz Schipper, 1656. Conditie: 8,5 . Schat der Gesontheydt 1656/ Schat der ONGESONTHEYDT Ofte GENEES-KONSTE Van de SIECKTEN deel 1 en 2 1656/Inleydinge Tot de Hollandtsche GENEES-MIDDELEN 1656 2BL/Engr. Title/Title/5p/200P/ Title/7P/207P/ Title/3p/123P/ Title/46P/ Title/5P/154P/4P/2BL Binding: Contemporary Full Leather Quarto 4to Hoogte: 27,5 CM Breedte: 20,8 CM Dikte: 5 CM

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        Des Teutschlandts Wohlfart Erster ( - Vierter) Theil.

      Amsterdam, Jannson 1656 - 1659.4 Tle. und Beiband in 1 Band. Mit zus. 5 (1 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 8 Bll., 140 (recte 144) S.; 108 S.; 3 Bll., 255 S.; 148 S., 2 Bll. - Angebunden: ders., Annotationes, Uber Dessen Jüngst - herauß gegebenes (Continuatio Miraculi Mundi intitulirtes) Tractätlein/ in welchem die darin begriffene Secreta, sambt angezogenem Auro Potabili Vero, expliciret, und defendiret werden. Sambt Kurtzer Erinnerung/ oder Bekantmachung/ waß für unbekante/ und doch allen Menschen nützliche Inventiones, und Secreta, in seinem Laboratorio, publice, & privatim demonstriret, und gezeiget werden sollen / Der Mißgünstigen Neidhammelen/ Ignoranten, und Calumnianten ungewaschene frevele Mäuler darmit zu stopffen/ jeder männiglichem zu guter Nachricht/ durch den Authorem herauß geben. Ebda., 1659. 39 S. Manuskriptpergament des 16. Jhdts., mit Bindebändern. I.: VD17 39:120606U, 120610E, 120613C, 120617H; Dünnhaupt 13.I - IV; Schoene 3, 10994 (zum ersten Teil mit dem Titel: Darinnen von des Weins / Korns vnd Holtzes Concentrirung...); Brüning 1899. - Hauptwerk Glaubers, hier leider ohne die beiden letzten Teile. Der erste Teil in einer seltenen Variante, so auch bei Brüning und Schoene beschrieben. - II.: VD17 39:116852E; Dünnhaupt 9.IV; Brüning 1988. - Vorderer Spiegel mit umfangreicher kalligraphischer Inhaltsangabe zum ersten Teil. Erster Titel mit altem Besitzeintrag und Stempel der Bibliothek des Klosters Zwettl. Der schöne Einband etwas wurmspurig. Tls. etwas feuchtfleckig. Bücher de

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        A Full Relation of Two / 2 Journeys : The One Into the Main Land of France : The Other Into Some of the Adjacent Ilands / Lands : Performed and digested Into Six / 6 Books By Peter Heylyn : Horace De Arte Poet : Segnius Irritant Animos Dimissa Peranres.

      London : printed By E. Cotes for Henry Seile, and are to be Sold at the Black Boy Over Against St. Dunstans Church in Fleet Street 1656 / Reprint / FBRE, Ltd., Clean and Unmarked Text - 424 pages. Paper / Soft cover reprint edition in very good or better condition, slight wear to edges. Overall good copy of this scarce title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. All 6 books bound in a single volume. Chapters and contents: NORMANDIE; OR, THE FIRST BOOK. CHAPTER The Entrance. The beginning of our Journey. The nature of the Sea. A farewell to England. CHAP. I. - Normandy ingenerall; the Name and bounds of it. The condition of the Antient Normans, and of the present. Ortelius character of them examined In what they resemble the Inhabitants of Norfolk. The c CHAP. II. - Dieppe, the Town, strength and importance of it. The policy of Henry IV. not seconded by his Son. The custome of the English Kings in placing Governours in their Forts. The breaden God there, and CHAP. III. - Roven a neat City; how seated and built; the strength of is. St. K]]hari]es mount. The Church of Nostre dame, &c. The indecorum of the Papists in the severall and unsutable pictures of the Virgin CHAP. IV. - Our journey between Roven and Pontoyse. The boly man of St. Clare and the Pilgrims thither. My sore eyes. Mante, Pontoyse, Normandy justly taken from King John. The end of this Booke. FRANCE specially so called; or THE SECOND BOOK. CHAP. I. - France in what sense so called. The bouuds of it. All old Gallia not possessed by the French. Countries follow the name of the most predominant Nation. The condition of the present French not diffe CHAP. II. - The French Women, their persons. prating and conditions. The immodesty of the French Ladies. Kissing not in use among them; and the sinister opinion conceived of the free use of it in England. The CHAP. III. - France described. The valley of Montmorancie, and the Dukes of it. Mont-martre. Burials in former times not pe mitted within the wals The pros-cuting of this discourse by manner of a journall, in CHAP. IV. - Paris, the names and antiquity of it. The situation and greatnesse. The chief strength and Fortifications about it. The streets and buildings. King James his laud ble care in beautyfying London. K CHAP. V. - Paris d]vided into four parts. Of the Fauxburgs in generall. Of the Pest-house. The Fauxburg and Abbey of St. Germain. The Queen Mothers house there. Her purposo never to reside in it. The Provoct CHAP. VI. - The University of Paris, and Founders of it. Of the Colledges in general. Marriage when permitted to the Rectors of them The small maintenance allowed the Scholars in the Universities of France. T CHAP. VII. - The City of Paris seated in the place of old Lutetia. The Bridges which joyn it to the Town and University. King Henry's Statua. Alexander's injurious policy. The Church and revenues of Nostre Da CHAP. VIII. - The Parliament of France when begun; of whom it consisteth. The digniiy and esteem of it abroad, made sedentarie at Paris, appropriated to the long tobe. The Palais by whom built, and converted CHAP. IX. - The Kings Palace of the Louure, by whom built. The unsutablenesse of it. The fine Gallery of the Queen Mother. The long Gallery of Henry IV. His magnanimous intent to have built it into a quadrang La BEAUSE; or, THE THIRD BOOK. CHAP. I. - Our Journey towards Orleans, the Town, Castle, and Battail of Mont l'hierrie. Many things imputed to the English which they never did. Lewis the II. brought not the French Kings out of wardship. Th CHAP. II. - The Country and site of Orleans like that of Worcester. The Wine of Orleans. Presidial Towns in France, what they are. The sale of Officer in France. The fine walk and pastime of the Palle Malle. CHAP. III. - The study of the Civill Law revived in Europe. The dead time of learning. The Schools of Law in Orleans. The conomie of them. The Chancellour of Oxford antiently appointed by the Diocesan. Their CHAP. IV. - Orleans not an University till the comming of the Jesuites. Their Colledge there by whom built. The Jesuites no singers. Their laudabl [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Novo teatro di Macchine et Edificii per varie e sicure operationi. Con le loro figure tagliate in rame, con la dichiaratione e dimostratione di ciascuna

      Opera necessaria ad Architetti et a quelli che di tale studio si dilettano. Padova, Franc. Bertelli, 1656, - in-folio (295x210 mm), pp. (8), 115. Leg. coeva in pergamena rigida. Splendida e pregiatissima opera di tecnica meccanica illustrata da, un titolo entro ricca bordura architettonica con figure, e da 42 tavole di macchine incise in rame a piena pagina. Quarta edizione, la migliore e più completa, del più importante studio tecnologico del primo Seicento. La prima edizione fu pubblicata nel 1607, pure a Padova da Pietro Bertelli. Le magnifiche tavole, in quest'esempl. molto nitide e ben impresse, sono animate da personaggi e raffigurano un gran numero di macchinari per gli scopi più curiosi, alcuni inventati dall'autore. «. Dedicasì la dovuta attenzione ai problemi di idraulica, ma altrettanto interesse dimostra per le macchine da lavoro. In particolare Zonca, ingegnere del comune di Padova, descrive e disegna numerose macchine per l'edilizia; macchine per sollevare mattoni, per spostare terra e così via. .ciò che colpisce maggiormente è l'aderenza alla realtà e la precisione delle descrizioni. Di particolare interesse risulta il "Carro della Zafosina". per sollevar imbarcazioni complete del loro carico dalla laguna al Brenta e viceversa» (BASSIGNANA, La Cultura delle macchine, p. 46). "A rare work on machinery, displaying the wanderful inventions of the author." (LIBRI Catalogue). Usher, Mechanical Invention, 232. Riccardi II, 669: «Le tav. sono impresse meglio che nelle precedenti edizioni.». Libri, Sciences Mathématiques en Italie, IV, 58-59. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Térence ivstifié, ov Devx dissertations concernant l'art dv théâtre: dont la première est vn discours sur la troisième comédie de Térence, intitvlée "Heavtontimorvmenos". Pour monstrer qu'elle est dans les regles des Anciens Poëtes. Et la Seconde est vne Apologie de ce même Discours, où son traitées plusieurs Maximes du Poëme Dramatique. Auec diuerses Questions Curieuses & vtiles à ceux qui recherchent la connoissance de l'Antique. Par Messire François Hedelin, Conseiller, Aumônier & Predicateur ordinaire du Roy, Abbé d'Aubignac. Contre les erreurs de Maitre Gilles Menage, Aduocat en Parlement.

      A Paris: chez Guillaume de Luynes, Libraire Iuré, MDCLVI 1656 - [i.e. 1656].- // 4º, (225x163mm.).- [28], 253 [i.e. 245], [1] p. , [1] h. en blanco; sign.: á4, é6, é4, A-Z4, Aa-Hh4 ; salto de paginación entre 184 y 193, es conforme, original mal numerado.- // Encudernación de época en plena piel, lomo con nervios y tejuelo, entrenervios decorados con la divisa C D y planos con las armas correspondientes; cantos y contracantos dorados a rueda; cortes dorados; conserva registro. Cofia rozada y ligeramente abierta, como las puntas delanteras. 5 mm. del margen superior de portada remarginados s. XIX o ppos s. XX para eliminar ex-libris manuscrito (como puede apreciarse al trasluz). Guardas de papel de aguas encoladas sobre sí mismas; papel levemente oscurecido.- // Primera edición de este texto, pieza fundamental de la querella entre el abbé d'Aubignac (François Hedelin) y Ménage acerca de las cualidades que debe observar y las reglas a las que debe sujetarse una buena obra teatral. La querella se inició en 1640 y se prolongó hasta 1664. Aubignac, abogado que dejó la toga para coger los hábitos, protegido del duque de Fronsac y tras él, de Richelieu (tío del duque), fue, siendo ya eclesiástico, uno de los primeros críticos teatrales reconocidos como tales. Defensor de que la primera cualidad de cualquier obra de teatro tenía que ser la verosimilitud de las situaciones, se enfrentó a Gilles Ménage a raiz de a qué espacio de tiempo debía referirse la acción recogida en la obra de Terencio, "Heautontimorumenos". Lo hizo publicando anónimamente en 1640 el opúsculo "Discours sur la troisiesme comedie de Terence, intitulée Heautontimorumenos", Paris, veuve Jean Camusat. De inmediato Ménage publicó una "réponse" y Hedelin escribió como réplica otra disertación, contenida en este volumen, "Terence justifié", pero la mantuvo inédita. A raiz de que, años después, Ménage reimprimiese su "réponse" acompañada de descalificaciones hacia sus valoraciones, Hedelin, cediendo a las presiones de quienes habían leído el manuscrito, aceptó publicar la segunda disertación, mucho más extensa y precisa, en 1656, acompañada de la primera y de algunas piezas breves para situar la polémica. El año siguiente incluyó las dos disertaciones como complemento al publicar su tratado teórico "La Pratique du théâtre".- // Refs.: Brunet, III, 75; Civardi, p. 200. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres

      Courbé 1656 Folio (cm. 35), 2 Voll., 8 cc.nn., 926 pp., 22 cc.nn.; 5 cc.nn., 850 pp., 28 cc.nn. Frontis. in rosso e nero con grande marca tipografica incisa e fregi n.t. Legature coeve in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titoli oro (poco leggibili) al ds. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Antichi restauri alle cuffie e ai margini. Parzialmente staccato il frontis. del secondo vol., aloni di umidità, ma solido esemplare. Le opere di La Mothe oltre ad argomenti di storia, morale, religione, ecc. trattano ampiamente di musica, caccia, chirurgia, pittura, danza, geografia, abiti, colori, mostri.

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        Novo teatro di Macchine et Edificii per varie e sicure operationi. Con le loro figure tagliate in rame, con la dichiaratione e dimostratione di

      Opera necessaria ad Architetti et a quelli che di tale studio si dilettano. Padova, Franc. Bertelli, 1656, - in-folio (320x225 mm), pp. (8), 115. Leg. coeva in cartonato rustico. Splendida e pregiatissima opera di tecnica meccanica illustrata da un titolo entro ricca bordura architettonica con figure e da 42 tavole di macchine incise in rame a piena pagina. Quarta edizione, la migliore e più completa, del più importante studio tecnologico del primo Seicento. La prima edizione fu pubblicata nel 1607, pure a Padova da Pietro Bertelli. Le magnifiche tavole, in quest'esempl. molto nitide e ben impresse, sono animate da personaggi e raffigurano un gran numero di macchinari per gli scopi più curiosi, alcuni inventati dall'autore. «. Dedica sì, la dovuta attenzione ai problemi di idraulica, ma altrettanto interesse dimostra per le macchine da lavoro. In particolare Zonca, ingegnere del comune di Padova, descrive e disegna numerose macchine per l'edilizia; macchine per sollevare mattoni, per spostare terra e così via. ciò che colpisce maggiormente è l'aderenza alla realtà e la precisione delle descrizioni. Di particolare interesse risulta il "Carro della Zafosina". per sollevar imbarcazioni complete del loro carico dalla laguna al Brenta e viceversa» (BASSIGNANA, La Cultura delle macchine, p. 46). "A rare work on machinery, displaying the wanderful inventions of the author." (LIBRI Catalogue). Esemplare assai fresco e bello, a pieni margini. Usher, Mechanical Invention, 232. Riccardi II, 669: «Le tav. sono impresse meglio che nelle precedenti edizioni.». Libri, Sciences Mathématiques en Italie, IV, 58-59. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Medulla totius praxeos medicae aphoristica, quam ex medicorum excellentissimorum monumentis extractam in quatuor libros distribuit & maximam partem conscripsit [...]. Post hujus immaturam mortem auxit Joachimus Schelius [...], post utriusq[ue]; beatum obitum tandem explevit & absolvit Valentinus Andreas Möllenbroccius [...].

      Arnstadt, Peter Schmidt (für Christian von Saher in Erfurt), 1656. 4°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 8 Bll., 624 S., Mod. HLdr. m. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. Erstausgabe von Dornkrells Hauptwerk aus der Offizin des Arnstadter Erstdruckers („kam von Gotha am 20. 8. 1644 nach hier, richtete eine Werkstätte im ‚Großen Christoph‘ auf dem Ried ein und brachte viele Personalschriften heraus. Er ging dann nach Schleusingen zurück“; Benzing 10f.). - Der mährische Arzt Tobias Dornkrell ab Eberhertz (1571-1605) „erlernte zu Helmstädt die Artzeney-Kunst, gab nachmals in Ultzen, sodann in Lüneburg einen Stadt-Physicum ab, [und] publicirte ein Dispensatorium novum“ (Jöcher). - Dornkrell „verdankt sein literarisches Renommé neben der sehr umfangreichen Schrift ‚Medulla totius praxeos medicae aphoristica etc.‘ (Erfurt 1656), noch verschiedenen kleineren, viel aufgelegten Schriften [...]“ (Hirsch II, 208). - Titel am Fußsteg knapp beschnitten (die letzte Zeile mit der Jahreszahl angeschnitten). Die ersten Bll. m. kl. Wurmspuren. Gebräunt. Wie meist ohne das Erratablatt. - VD17, 39:145033M; Hirsch II, 208; Krivatsy 3351; nicht bei Waller; Lesky; Wellcome u. Osler. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Dornkrell, Dornkreilius ab Eberhertz, Medulla totius praxeos medicae aphoristica

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        Autograph Manuscript Signed, in Spanish, on paper.

      Oaxaca, Mexico Small 4to, 9 pp.. September, 1656 Detailed here are the accounts of the income and payments of the province of San Hipólito Martir of the Order of Preachers in Oaxaca, Mexico, for the twelve month period September, 1655, through August, 1656. The accounts are detailed and specific. Seventeenth-century manuscripts from Oaxaca are rare in the marketplace. Written in a clear clerical hand. Leaves separated from each other, but in very good condition.

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        Note overo memorie del museo del conte Lodovico Moscardo nobile veronese uno dei padri nell'accademia filarmonica, dal medesimo scritte in tre libri. Nel primo si discorre delle cose antiche, che in detto Museo di ritrovano. Nel secondo delle pietre, minerali, e terre. Nel terzo de corali, conchiglie, animali, frutti, & altre cose in questo contenute.

      Padova, per Paolo Frambotto, 1656, in- 4to grande, legatura coeva in piena pelle con impressioni dorate al piatti , snodi e tassello al dorso (un po' consunta) pp. (20)-306-(12), con numerose testatatine, capolettera figurati e finali xilografici, bella antiporta incisa in rame, e numerosissimeme incisioni in rame e xilografiche n.t. Numerose, ma lievi, gore. Prima edizione.

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        Ioann. Fernelii, Ambiani, Universa Medicina, Cum notis , observationibus, et remediis secretis Iohannis et Othonis Heurni, . 3 vols. in 1.

      - Trajecti ad Rhenum: typis Gilberti à Zijll, & Thod. ab Ackersdijck, 1656, 4°, Frontisp., (52), 490 pp.; 536 pp.; (2), pp. 1, 4-28; (48) pp. Index, Ledereinband der Zeit; Kapitale restauriert, feines vollst. Expl. Das umfassende medizinische Kompendium des französischen Arztes Jean Fernel (1497-1558), in der ersten Utrechter von Jan und Otto van Heurne erweiterten Ausgabe. - - Fernel war u. a. Leibarzt von König Heinrich II. und seiner Gemahlin Katharina de Medici. - - "The first systematic treatise on pathology, which also introduced the names for the sciences of pathology and physiology." (Garrison & Morton). - - Die Titel lauten: - - I.: Joann. Fernelii Ambiani Universa medicina / primum quidem studio et diligentia Guilielmi Plantii Cennomani elimata ; nunc autem notis, observationibus et remediis secretis Joann. et Othonis Heurnii, Ultraject. et aliorum praestantissimorum medicorum scholiis illustrata ; cui accedunt casus et observationes rariores quas cl. d.d. Otho Heurnius in Academia Leydensi primarius medicinae practicae, anatomiae et chirurgiae professor, in diario practico annotavit, quantum praeterea huic editioni accesserit, typographorum epistola ad lectorem fusius docebit ; adjectus est index locupletissimus. - - II.: Johan. Fernelii Ambiani De morbis universalibus et particularibus libri quatuor posteriores ; pathologiae adjecta est singulis morbis praedicendi, curandique ratio, huic autem editioni quantum accesserit, ex Johannis et Othonis Heurnii aliorumque praestantissimorum medicorum scriptis, ex typographorum ad lectorem praefatione videre est. - - III.: Historiae et Observationes quaedam rariores ex praxi et diario / Cl. 6 Praestantißimi Viri, D.D. Othonis Heurnii, . - - The Frontispiece: "Representing Fernel and the two editors seated at a table, Fernel between the Heurnes in earlier costume than they, and wearing the doctor's hat, whereas they are bare-headed. The scene is in the court of a hospital modified from Leyden. " Sherrington - - Der Herausgeber Otto van Heurne (1577-1652), Sohn von Jan van Heurne (Heurnius) (1543-1601), "am 8. September 1577 in Utrecht geboren, studirte und promovirte in Leyden 1601. Nach dem Tode seines Vaters wurde er dessen Nachfolger zum Prof. med. in Leyden. Er ist der Stifter des klinischen Unterrichtes in Leyden ("Collegium publicum, in qua ad morbos caute curandos studiosi in nosecomio instruuntur") und ertheilte diesen in so ausgezeichneter Weise, das seine Methode völlig mit der noch in der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts befolgten übereinstimmt. Er starb am 24. Juli 1652, nach dem er mehr als 50 Jahre als Professor med. fungirt hatte. Er besorge eine schon durch seinen Vater theilweise vorbereitete Ausgabe der "Medicina universa" von Fernelius (Utrecht 1656; Genf 1679) und fügte einige durch ihn selbst wahrgenommene "Casus rariores, quas in diario practico annotavit" hinzu. Als Student hatte er schoneine Compilation "De barbarica philosophia, libri duo" veröffentlicht. Heurne verdient gewiss unter die Medici poetae gerechnet zu werden, da er ein vortreffliches Gedicht verfertigte "Propemticon in discessum illustri et ampl. viri Jacobi Dycki" (1617) und hat eine sehr interessante Sammlung handschriftlicher Briefe hinterlassen." C.E. Daniels, Hirsch/H. III, pp.205-206 - - Wellcome III, 18; Neu 1406; Krivatsy 4008; Garrison/Morton 2271 (1st.Ed.1554). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Polonia suspirans durch die klagende Königin Polonia auff dem Parnasso Apollini vorgetragen (2 Bände in 1)

      Frankfurt, 1656/57. - : Das ist: Von Staats-Sachen, Zustandt, Königlicher Succession, Abdication, Nachbarschafft , Verein- und Trennung der beyden Königreichen Polen und Schweden . 2. Band : Das ist: Eygentlicher Bericht, wie beide Königreich Schweden und Pohlen . unversöhnliche Feind worden. 4 Blatt, 187 Seiten; 4 Blatt; 176 Seiten, Pergamentband der Zeit, 20 x 16 cm, Einband angestaubt, innen leicht gebräunt, sonst gut.

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        Des Teutschlandts Wohlfart Erster (-Vierter) Theil.

      Amsterdam, Jannson 1656 - 1659.. 4 Tle. und Beiband in 1 Band. Mit zus. 5 (1 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 8 Bll., 140 (recte 144) S.; 108 S.; 3 Bll., 255 S.; 148 S., 2 Bll. - Angebunden: ders., Annotationes, Uber Dessen Jüngst-herauß gegebenes (Continuatio Miraculi Mundi intitulirtes) Tractätlein/ in welchem die darin begriffene Secreta, sambt angezogenem Auro Potabili Vero, expliciret, und defendiret werden. Sambt Kurtzer Erinnerung/ oder Bekantmachung/ waß für unbekante/ und doch allen Menschen nützliche Inventiones, und Secreta, in seinem Laboratorio, publice, & privatim demonstriret, und gezeiget werden sollen / Der Mißgünstigen Neidhammelen/ Ignoranten, und Calumnianten ungewaschene frevele Mäuler darmit zu stopffen/ jeder männiglichem zu guter Nachricht/ durch den Authorem herauß geben. Ebda., 1659. 39 S. Manuskriptpergament des 16. Jhdts., mit Bindebändern. I.: VD17 39:120606U, 120610E, 120613C, 120617H; Dünnhaupt 13.I-IV; Schoene 3, 10994 (zum ersten Teil mit dem Titel: Darinnen von des Weins / Korns vnd Holtzes Concentrirung...); Brüning 1899. - Hauptwerk Glaubers, hier leider ohne die beiden letzten Teile. Der erste Teil in einer seltenen Variante, so auch bei Brüning und Schoene beschrieben. - II.: VD17 39:116852E; Dünnhaupt 9.IV; Brüning 1988. - Vorderer Spiegel mit umfangreicher kalligraphischer Inhaltsangabe zum ersten Teil. Erster Titel mit altem Besitzeintrag und Stempel der Bibliothek des Klosters Zwettl. Der schöne Einband etwas wurmspurig. Tls. etwas feuchtfleckig.

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        ADENOGRAPHIA: sive, Glandularum Totius Corporis Descripto

      Londini: Typis J.G. Impensis Authoris, M.DC.LVI, 1656. Small 8vo., pp. [xvi], 287, 4 engraved tipped-in plates (the first with a very small, very neat, possibly contemporary paper repair, with small loss), full vellum with overlapping fore-edges, 2 small engraved bookplates, one with a ducal coronet but without name or motto, the other a small name plate of Alberti G. Nicholls. Scattered light foxing. Wharton, 1610-73, "described the duct of the submaxillary salivary gland ('Wharton's duct). He described the thyroid more accurately than his predecessors, naming it. Wharton was one of the few physicians to stay in London during the plague of 1666." Garrison & Morton 111 6 .Wing W1576. Norman 2228. ESTC R200355. First Edition. Vellum. Very Good. Small Octavo.

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        A Full Relation of Two / 2 Journeys : The One Into the Main Land of France : The Other Into Some of the Adjacent Ilands / Lands : Performed and digested Into Six / 6 Books By Peter Heylyn : Horace De Arte Poet : Segnius Irritant Animos Dimissa Peranres...

      Clean and Unmarked Text: London : printed By E. Cotes for Henry Seile, and are to be Sold at the Black Boy Over Against St. Dunstans Church in Fleet Street 1656 / Reprint / FBRE, Ltd. 424 pages. Paper / Soft cover reprint edition in very good or better condition, slight wear to edges. Overall good copy of this scarce title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. All 6 books bound in a single volume. Chapters and contents: NORMANDIE; OR, THE FIRST BOOK. CHAPTER The Entrance. The beginning of our Journey. The nature of the Sea. A farewell to England. CHAP. I. - Normandy ingenerall; the Name and bounds of it. The condition of the Antient Normans, and of the present. Ortelius character of them examined In what they resemble the Inhabitants of Norfolk. The c CHAP. II. - Dieppe, the Town, strength and importance of it. The policy of Henry IV. not seconded by his Son. The custome of the English Kings in placing Governours in their Forts. The breaden God there, and CHAP. III. - Roven a neat City; how seated and built; the strength of is. St. K]]hari]es mount. The Church of Nostre dame, &c. The indecorum of the Papists in the severall and unsutable pictures of the Virgin CHAP. IV. - Our journey between Roven and Pontoyse. The boly man of St. Clare and the Pilgrims thither. My sore eyes. Mante, Pontoyse, Normandy justly taken from King John. The end of this Booke. FRANCE specially so called; or THE SECOND BOOK. CHAP. I. - France in what sense so called. The bouuds of it. All old Gallia not possessed by the French. Countries follow the name of the most predominant Nation. The condition of the present French not diffe CHAP. II. - The French Women, their persons. prating and conditions. The immodesty of the French Ladies. Kissing not in use among them; and the sinister opinion conceived of the free use of it in England. The CHAP. III. - France described. The valley of Montmorancie, and the Dukes of it. Mont-martre. Burials in former times not pe mitted within the wals The pros-cuting of this discourse by manner of a journall, in CHAP. IV. - Paris, the names and antiquity of it. The situation and greatnesse. The chief strength and Fortifications about it. The streets and buildings. King James his laud ble care in beautyfying London. K CHAP. V. - Paris d]vided into four parts. Of the Fauxburgs in generall. Of the Pest-house. The Fauxburg and Abbey of St. Germain. The Queen Mothers house there. Her purposo never to reside in it. The Provoct CHAP. VI. - The University of Paris, and Founders of it. Of the Colledges in general. Marriage when permitted to the Rectors of them The small maintenance allowed the Scholars in the Universities of France. T CHAP. VII. - The City of Paris seated in the place of old Lutetia. The Bridges which joyn it to the Town and University. King Henry's Statua. Alexander's injurious policy. The Church and revenues of Nostre Da CHAP. VIII. - The Parliament of France when begun; of whom it consisteth. The digniiy and esteem of it abroad, made sedentarie at Paris, appropriated to the long tobe. The Palais by whom built, and converted CHAP. IX. - The Kings Palace of the Louure, by whom built. The unsutablenesse of it. The fine Gallery of the Queen Mother. The long Gallery of Henry IV. His magnanimous intent to have built it into a quadrang La BEAUSE; or, THE THIRD BOOK. CHAP. I. - Our Journey towards Orleans, the Town, Castle, and Battail of Mont l'hierrie. Many things imputed to the English which they never did. Lewis the II. brought not the French Kings out of wardship. Th CHAP. II. - The Country and site of Orleans like that of Worcester. The Wine of Orleans. Presidial Towns in France, what they are. The sale of Officer in France. The fine walk and pastime of the Palle Malle. CHAP. III. - The study of the Civill Law revived in Europe. The dead time of learning. The Schools of Law in Orleans. The ¶conomie of them. The Chancellour of Oxford antiently appointed by the Diocesan. Their CHAP. IV. - Orleans not an University till the comming of the Jesuites. Their Colledge there by whom built. The Jesuites no singers. Their laudable and exact method of teaching. Their policies in it. Received PICARDIE; or, THE FOURTH BOOK. CHAP. I. - Our return towards England. More of the Hugonots hate unto Crosses. The town of Luzarch, and St. Loupµ. The Country of Picardie and people. Tho Picts of Britain not of this Countrey. Mr. Lee Dignic CHAP. II. - The fair City of Amiens; and greatnesse of it. The English feasted within it; and the error of that action; the Town how built, seated and fortified. The Citadell of it, thought to be impregnable. CHAP. III. - The Church of Nostre Dame in Amiens. The principall Churches in most Cities called by her name. More honour performed to her then to her Saviour. The surpassing beauty of this Church on the outsi CHAP. IV. - Our Journey down the Some, and Company. The Town and Castle of Piquigni, for what famous. Comines censure of the English in maner of Prophecies. Afarewell to the Church of Amiens. The Town and Cas CHAP. V. - The County of Boulonnois, and Town of Boulogne by whom Ensranchized. The present of Salt-butter. Boulogne divided into two Towns. Procession in the lower Town to divert the Plague. The forme of it. FRANCE GENERAL; or, THE FIFTH BOOK. CHAP. I. - A transition to the Government of France in generall. The person, age and marriage of King Lewis XIII. Conjecturall reasons of his being issuelesse. Iaqueline Countesse of Holland kept from issue b CHAP. II. - Two Religions strugling in France, like the two twins in the womb of Rebecca. The comparison between them two, and those in the general A more particular survey of the Papists Church in France, in CHAP. III. - The correspondency between the French King and the Pope. This Pope an Omen of the Marriages of France with England. An English Catholicks conceit of it. His Hotinesse Nuncio in Paris. A learned A CHAP. IV. - The connexion between the Church and Common wealth in generall. A transition to the particular of France. The Government there meerly regall. A mixt forme of Government most commendable. The Kings CHAP. V. - The base and low estate of the French Paisant. The misery of them under their Lord. The bed of Procrustes. The suppressing of the Subject prejudiciall to a State. The wisdome of Henry VII. The Forc GVERNZEY and JARSEY; or, THE SIXTH BOOK. The Entrance. - (1) The occasion of, &c. (2) Introduction to this work. (3) The Dedication, (4) and Method of the whole. The beginning, continuance of our voyage; with the most remarkable passages which happene CHAP. I. - (1) Of the convenient situation, and (2) condition of these Islands in the generall. (3) Alderney, and (4) Serke. (5) The notable stratagem whereby this latter was recovered from the French. (6) Of CHAP. II. - (1) The City and Diocesse of Constance. (2) The condition of these Islands under that Government. (3) Churches appropriated what they were. (4) The Black Book of Constance. (5) That called Dooms d CHAP. III. - (1) The condition of Geneva under their Bishop. (2) The alteration there both in Politie, and (3) in Religion. (4) The state of that Church before the coming of Calvin thither. (5) The conception CHAP. IV. - The Discipline Ecclesiasticall, according as it hath been in practise of the Church after the Reformation of the same by the Ministers, Elders and Deacona of the Istes of Guernzey, Jarsey, Serke, CHAP. V. - (1) Annotations on the Discipline. (2) Noplace in it for the Kings Supremacy (3) Their love to Parity, as well in the State as in the Church. (4) The covering of the head a sign of liberty. (5) The CHAP. VI. - (1) King James how offected to this Platform. (2) He confirms the Discipline in both Islands. (3) And for what reos]ns. (4) Sir John Peyton sent Governour into Jarsey. (5) His Articles against the CHAP. VII. - The Canons and Constitutions Ecclesiasticall for the Church Discipline of Jarsey; together with the Kings Letters Patents for the authorifing of the same. CHAP. VIII. For what cause it pleased his Majesty to begin with Jarsey. (2) A representation of such nwtives whereon the like may le essected in the Isteof Guernzey. The indignity done by a Minister http://dz-srv1.sub.uni-goettingen.de/cache/toc/D3587.html. Bound / Flex Cover . Soft Bound Flex Cover. Good/No Dust Jacket. Facsimile Bound Reprint Edition. Travel, Culture, History.

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        Opera omnia, exegetica, didactica, et polemica Cum indicibus necessariis

      Irenopoli [Amsterdam]: no publisher/printer [Frans Kuyper, & Daniel Bakkamude] Folio (31.7 cm, 12.5"). 2 vols. I: [3] ff., 1038 pp. [i.e., 1044] (lacking one sectional title-page). II: 356 [i.e., 360], [4] pp.; 132 [i.e., 134] pp., [4] ff. (lacking title-page, engr. portrait, & six sectional title-pages).. 1656 [i.e., 1668] Only edition, second issue, of volumes eight and nine from the series Bibliotheca fratrum polonorum. Exegetist Johann Ludwig von Wolzogen (ca. 1599–1658) was an Austrian nobleman who became a prominent voice among the Polish Brethren called Unitarians, proponents of Socinianism and the Radical Reformation that denied the Holy Trinity based on rational exegesis of Scripture. Their collected writings, the => first and most important collection of Socinian documents, were clandestinely published ca. 1665–92 in ten volumes with => false imprints to evade censors. Like the rest of the series, these two volumes of Von Wolzogen's exegetical, didactical, and polemical works are imprinted with the date 1656, without a publisher; however it is known they were published in Amsterdam by Frans Kuyper (1629–91) and Daniel Bakkamude (1662–85), perhaps with Hendrick Boom (1657–1709), whose monogrammed printer's device appears on some of the sectional title-pages. Kuyper, a former minister, produced only Socinian works in the decade 1663–73. The first volume contains exegesis of the Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, and the second, commentary on the Acts and the epistles of Paul, Jacob, and Jude, with contributions from Wissowatius, Crellius, and Schlichtingius. The text, in Latin, printed in roman and italic, is punctuated with handsome woodcut initials, tailpieces, and woodcut devices on the sectional titles, as above. 19th-century mottled calf single-ruled in blind with gilt board edges; rebacked with gilt author, title, and tome to new red leather spine labels and blind stamps in other compartments. Edges/extremities rubbed with loss to leather and corners bumped; vol. II with cluster of wormholes to cover not reaching endpaper. One sectional title lacking in vol. I; title-page, portrait of Wolzogen, and six sectional title-pages lacking in vol. II, as above. Vol. I with one closed tear into text, two lower corners torn away, light crescent of marginal waterstaining to 50 or so late leaves; very minor worming in gutters of four leaves and marginal tear to final leaf in vol. II; each volume with moderate stain/soil marginally to leaves in some sections intermittently, and otherwise minor marginal foxing and a few other small stains only. Solid and imposing and important.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. J. Somer n. N. Sanson b. Mariette, "Le Perou et le cours de la Riviere Amazone, depuis ses sources jusques a la Mer . 1656".

      - dat. 1656, 40 x 45,5 Pastoureau, Sanson V A. - Die Titelkartusche befindet unten rechts. Die Karte zeigt Peru, Bolivien und Nordbrasilien mit dem Lauf des Amazonas bis zum Atlantik.

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        De statuis illustrium romanorum.

      Liber singularis. Sthlm, J. Janssonii, 1656. Liten 8:o. (16),144,143-74,177-327,(9) s. Samtida lite nött och lätt solkigt pergamentbd med röd titeletikett i marokäng. Blåstänkta snitt. Lite svag i bakre innerfals. Inlagan med några spridda småfläckar. Bitvis lite bruntonad, t.ex. på s. 49-64. Maskangrepp i övre marginalen på s. 245-58, vilket på en del blad snuddar rubrikerna.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 329. Edmund Gripenhielm (1622-75) hette Figrelius innan han adlades 1660. Han utnämndes efter en lång bildningsresa i Europa till professor i historia vid Uppsala universitet 1650 och blev riksråd 1673. Han var dessutom Karl XI:s lärare. Föreliggande verk behandlar den romerska skulpturen och är Sveriges första tryckta konstvetenskapliga arbete. Enligt Sten Lindroth är den "typisk för genren, imponerande främst som lärdomsprov. Figrelius har gått igenom hela den tillgängliga antika litteraturen, textställen från grekiska och romerska författare flödar, också inskriftsmaterial använder han. Här stod allt att inhämta i ämnet, systematiskt ordnat: de olika slagen av romersk skulptur, hur guda- och kejsarbilder dyrkades, vilka enskilda personer som hedrades med statyer och formella ting om känslornas uttryck i höjda händer (gestuosa manus). Utblickar ges mot Grekland och Orienten, religionshistoriska problem antyds. Plinius var en guldgruva, liksom Strabon, Suetonius och Plutarchos; bara sporadiskt öppnar Figrelius diskussion med moderna forskare. Fastän den antika skulpturen för tidens klassicism framstod som högsta norm, undviker han estetiska värderingar"

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        Commentaria posthuma.

      Irenopoli [Amsterdam]: sumptibus Irenici Philalethii [Samuel Przypkowski] Folio (31.5 cm, 12.44"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [9] ff., 325 pp. (with [3] ff. section titles). II: [2] ff., 427 pp., [28] ff. (with [15] ff. section titles).. 1656 [i.e., 1665] Polish nobleman Jonas Schlichtingius (Jonasz Szlichtyng, 1592–1661) commenced writing these New Testament commentaries in 1655, having fled to Cracow at the outbreak of war with Sweden. Although he was taken prisoner at Stargard in 1660 and his work confiscated, the Socinian theologian continued writing "through five bad sieges, in the middle of the fury of wars, and in captivity" (cataloguer's translation, f. **2v), and revising the commentaries until his death the following year. In a brief ad lectorem, the persecuted author declares, "I would not wish the Church held responsible [for these commentaries]. Whatever is said and written is [mine]. . . ." (f. [pi]4r). Schlichtingius left his opus in the care of his sons and two friends, John Preussis and Stanislaüs Lubieniecius: In the preface to this volume, the latter discusses his life and work including his exile from Warsaw in 1647 and imprisonment in 1660. Three copious indices to scriptural sources and references within the text close the collection. Woodcut devices grace the sectional titles; refined tailpieces and large initials against a floriated background decorate the volume throughout. There is scattered Greek type. Provenance: Early inscription "Middeldorpf" on front flyleaf; bookplate and stamp of Rochester Theological Seminary (later the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School). Deaccessioned 2005. Evidence of readership: Sparse contemporary ink annotations; underlining throughout, heavy in quires A–C, K, M, Eee, et alibi. First edition: Published as the seventh and eighth volumes in a series of nine, comprising the Bibliotheca fratrum polonorum (1665–68, and a supplement in 1692). Contemporary northern-European style vellum over boards ruled in blind, panels with blind-stamped central cartouches, blue speckled edges and evidence of ties; old spotting and soiling with joints (outside) partially open but binding sound. Ex-library as above: Bookplate on front pastedown, stamp to title-page (only), old library sticker to spine. Some dust-soiling and foxing, small tears, and small holes, plus a few natural paper flaws; contemporary inkstains on three or four leaves (one causing a hole at R4). A strong, interesting copy.

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        Opera omnia in duos tomos distincta

      Irenopoli [Amsterdam]: no publisher/printer [Frans Kuyper & Daniel Bakkamude] Folio (31.5 cm, 12.375"). 2 vols. I: [14] ff., 814 pp. (i.e.. 848), with [16] ff. sectional titles. II: [2] ff., 812 pp. (i.e., 840), [5] ff., with [10] ff. sectional titles.. 1656 [i.e., 1668] Socinus, a jurist-theologian from Siena, first met with Polish Antitrinitarians in 1578. He moved to Krakow in 1580 and devoted the rest of his life to fostering a cohesive religious movement that denied the Holy Trinity based on rational exegesis of Scripture. While Socinianism and the Radical Reformation won many followers, Socinus (Fausto Sozzini, 1539–1604) was also attacked — in writing and, in 1594 and 1598, on the street! => These are the first two volumes of the only edition, first issue, of the first and most important collection of Socinian documents. The title-page, table of contents, and preface to the first volume introduce and illuminate the series Bibliotheca fratrum polonorum as a whole, that having comprised ten tomes published clandestinely ca. 1665–92 by the Polish Brethren called Unitarians. The near-complete works of Socinus himself, leading that parade of texts, occupy these first two, which were actually published three years after vols. III–V (by Johann Crell and Jonasz Szlichtyng), all with => false imprints. Excerpts of Socinus's => acrid debates with protagonists of the Reformation on baptism, redemption, (im)mortality, and the nature of Christ pervade the present volumes. A chapter of letters to friends (vol. I) includes exchanges not only with the founder of the Transylvanian Unitarian Church Francis Dávid and a Polish noblewoman named Sophia Siemichovia, but also Marcello Squarcialupi, Matthäus Radecke, Jan Niemojewski, Johannes Völkel, and Christophorus Ostorodt, among others. The minister-turned-printer Kuyper (1629–91) produced only Socinian works in the decade 1663–73, many edited by Andreas Wissowatius, Socinus's grandson who had an influential hand in the present opera. The printer Samuel Przypkowski, whose shop produced earlier volumes in the series of which these are a part, contributed the brief biography of Socinus here; and he has graced the text with refined tailpieces, large initials against a floriated background, and woodcut devices on the sectional titles (some initialed "HB" for printer Hendrick Boom). There are occasional Hebrew references in vol. II. Provenance: Early inscription "Middeldorpf" on front fly-leaf; bookplate and stamp of Rochester Theological Seminary (later the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School). Deaccessioned 2005. Evidence of readership: Sparse ink annotations in a contemporary hand; underlining throughout, heavy in quires R–S and Nnn–Ppp in vol. I. Contemporary northern-European style vellum over boards ruled in blind, panels with blind-stamped central cartouches, blue speckled edges and evidence of ties; old spotting and soiling with front joint (outside) of vol. II partially open at top and bottom but binding sound. Institutional stamps to each title-page and another few places as above, and additionally an old library sticker to spine of vol. II; old underlining and other inkings as above. Paper somewhat age-toned, with foxing and the occasional stain or short tear; indices (only) with light waterstains in some lower margins (only). A good, solid, clean set.

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        CHRONICA CYGNEA, Oder Beschreibung Der sehr alten/Löblichen/und Chur=fürstlichen Stadt Zwickau. Von derselben Lager/Erbauung/Gebäuden/Einwohnern/Gelegenheit/von ihren Regenten/wie auch Beampten.zum Druck verfertigt durch M. Tobiam Schmidten

      Melchior Gröpner, (1656)., Zwickau - 2 Bände in 1. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz. Gr.-8vo. Restaurierter HLdr.-Band mit erneuerten Vor- und Nachsätzen; 14 Bl., 538 S., 23 Bl.; 8 Bl., 732 S, 38 Bl. Frontispiz restauriert u. teils hinterlegt. Titel etwas wasser- u. fingerfleckig; durchgängig gebräunt. Korrekturexemplar. Das Exemplar mit verschiedenen Besitzvermerken u.a. aus der Bibliothek von Rektor David Winter. Zahlreiche Randmarginalien u. Anmerkungen im Text von alter Hand. Auch vorderer Innendeckel und die letzten 4 weißen Blätter mit Marginalien von alter Hand in verschiedenen Schriftformen u. von unterschiedlichen Besitzern. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aminta Favola Boscareccia

      Leida [Leiden, Netherlands]: Giovanni Elsevier, 1656. 1st Edition Thus . Very Good. 3 x 5.25 inches (7.5 x 13 cm). Contemporary speckled calf leather binding. Slight loss to ends of spine, cracking to joints but very securely bound, wear to board corners. Bookplate to front pastedown endpaper (Earl of Ellenborough), stamp to front free endpaper (Earl of Ellenborough's Heirlooms, with hand written catalogue number), name in old ink to top margin of title page. A few spots to text but otherwise in very clean condition throughout. Italian language, the first Dutch edition. Scarce. Overall condition is Very Good. Hardback. Printed pages: 12mo. [22], 84

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        Teutsche Vers- oder ReimKunst darin Unsere teutsche MutterSprache, So viel dero süßeste Poesis betrift, in eine richtige Form der Kunst zum ersten mahle gebracht worden. Kupfertitel, 19 Bl., 267 S. (recte 261; springt von 63 auf 70). Mit 4 großen emblemat. Textkupfern. Pergamentbd im Stil d. Z. mit 2 Bindebändern und handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Frankfurt am Main und Lüneburg, Michael Cubach, 1656. - Zweite, gegenüber der ersten Ausgabe von 1645 wesentlich veränderte Ausgabe des seltenen Werks von Schottelius. Ein wichtiges Dokument über die Entwicklung der "Germanistik" und der Schottelius' hin zu seinem großen Werk über die deutsche Sprache. "Wichtige, auf Opitz aufbauende, für den Daktylus jedoch auf Buchner zurückgreifende Poetik" (Dünnhaupt). – Titel mit Rasurspur im unteren weißen Rand, sonst gutes Exemplar. – VD17 12:130727Y; Dünnhaupt 18.2; Goed. III 21, 9b; Faber du Faur 696; Manheimer 377; BST 615.

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        Durch-aus vermehrter und zum viert- und letzten mahl in vier teilen aus-gefärtigter Hoch-Deutscher Helikon, oder Grund-richtige Anleitung zur Hoch-deutschen Dicht- und Reim-kunst. 4 Teile in 1 Band. Kupfertitel, 18 Bl., 274 S., 26 Bl.; 6 Bl., 134 (recte 136) S., 93 Bl.; 8 Bl., 192 (recte 176) S. (d. i. 65 S., 47 nn. Bl., S. 177-192), 7 Bl.; 8 Bl., 154 S., 1 Bl. Pergamentbd d. Z. (etwas fleckig).

      Cölln an der Spree (d. i. Berlin), Daniel Reichel, gedruckt bei Georg Sengenwald in Jena, 1656. - Letzte und vollständigste Ausgabe der berühmten Poetik und Sprachlehre in 3 Teilen. Als 4. Teil ist hier, wie oft, Zesens "Leiter zum hoch-deutschen Helicon" von 1656 beigebunden. Seltene Ausgabe nach der völligen Neubearbeitung von 1649 (Erstdruck 1640), die kurz nach der Aufnahme Zesens in die Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft (1648, als "Der Wohlsetzende") erschienen war. Neben Lobgedichten von Brehme, Buchner, Diederich von dem Werder u. a. ist auch wieder Werders Gutachten, das Zesens Aufnahme in die FG bewirkte, abgedruckt. Zesen (1618-1689) gilt als einer der ersten deutschen Berufsschriftsteller. "Die deutsche Sprache verdankt Zesens Reinheitsbemühungen wie seinem Ausbau der dichterischen Sprachmöglichkeiten wertvolle Impulse, die erst mit dem Aufleben der Zesen-Forschung der letzten Jahre voll gewürdigt werden. Zeitlebens sah sich Zesen heftigen Angriffen auf seine unorthodoxe Rechtschreibung sowie seine kühnen Neologismen ausgesetzt" (Dünnhaupt). – Kupfertitel oben und seitlich knapp beschnitten. Etwas gebräunt, gutes Exemplar. – VD17 1:627863N; Dünnhaupt 6.4; Goed. III 98, 3a; Otto 61; Faber du Faur 821; Jantz 2790. Vgl. Bircher, Im Garten der Palme, 1126 (Ausgabe 1649). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Partie de Terre Ferme ou sont Gviane et Caribane. Augmentée et Corrigée suiuant les dernieres Relations. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville Geographe ordre du Roy. A Paris. Chez P. Mariette, rue St Iacque a l'Esperance aueq priuilege du Roy pour vingt Ans. 1656.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Nicolas Sanson b. Pierre Mariette in Paris, dat. 1656, 41 x 54,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 558. - Zeigt die Nordöstlichen Teil von Südamerika mit den Ländern Französisch-Guyana, Surinam und Guyana sowie der Atlantikküste zwischen der Amazonasmündung und Trinidad. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Traicté de la cour ou instruction des courtisans.

      Elzevier, Amsterdam 1656 Dernière Edition Pergament Sehr gut Text Französisch. Hierbei handelt es sich um ein Traktat für Höflinge am Hofe von Ludwig XIII., dernière édition, ursprünglich erschienen 1617. Exquisiter Pergamentband in exzellentem Zustand trotz minimaler Gebrauchsspuren, montiertes goldgeprägtes Rückenschildchen, rundum rot gepunkteter Buchschnitt, Titelblatt mit hübscher Vignette, Namenseintragung von alter Hand (1720) auf der Rückseite des Titelblattes, 350 paginierte Seiten + 26 Seiten alphabetisches Register, Textvignetten, aufgedruckte Randbemerkungen, praktisch stockfleckenfrei, eine Augenweide und unentbehrliche Lektüre über die Kenntnis, Intrigen und Sitten des Hoflebens unter Ludwig XIII. Elsevier ist ein legendärer Verlag aus Amsterdam für wissenschaftliche und akademische Schriften seit 1580. Eustache de Refuge, seigneur de Précy et de Courcelles (1564-1617), französischer Parlamentarier, Verwalter, Staatsmann, Botschafter, Schriftsteller und Zeitgenosse von Armand du Plessis, später als Kardinal von Richelieu bekannt. --- Un ouvrage exquis, paru chez la célèbre maison d`édition Elzevir, reliure en parchemin, solide, deux ou trois petites taches, à peine visibles, pièce de titre avec dorures, vignettes de l`éditeur sur la page de titre, nom du propriétaire derrière celle-ci (1720), autres vignettes dans le texte, 350 pages + 26 pages de table des matières, excellente impression, pratiquement sans rousseurs, dans l`ensemble tres bel état pour ce livre rare qui devoile tous les ressorts de la vie quotidienne et politique des courtisans à la cour de Louis XIII. \"Eustache de Refuge, seigneur de Précy et de Courcelles (1564-1617), parlementaire,administrateur, homme d\'État, diplomate , écrivain.\" --- A parchment bound booklet, gilded title on spine, excellent condition in spite of a few hardly noticeable stains on backboard, with editor`s vignette on title page, owner`s name handwritten on the back (1720), 350 pages + 26 pages index, no foxing, an essential reading focussed on every day life, dos and don`ts for courtesans at the court of Louis XIII. 7,5 x 12,5 Cm. 0,3 Kg. +++ Stichwörte: Elsevir Elzevir Traité Hofleben Höfling Philosophie Diplomatie Anstandsregeln Geschichte Richtlinien Kulturgeschichte Ratgeber Versand D: 5,50 EUR Elsevir Elzevir Traité Hofleben Höfling Philosophie Diplomatie Anstandsregeln Geschichte Richtlinien Kulturgeschichte Ratgeber

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        Des anciens bastimens de Nismes.

      Philippe Charvys 1656 Sur les "merueilleux bastimens dont la toute puissance et la magnificence Grecque et Romaine [sic] ont voulu honorer [la] ville". Feuillet de table photocopié, non relié.

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        Les oeuvres de Monsieur Voiture

      Chez Augustin Courbé 1656 - - Chez Augustin Courbé, A Paris 1656, In-4 (18x24,3cm), (30) 709p. (1bc.) 210p. (17), relié. - Mention de cinquième édition. Un frontispice par Mellan et un portrait de Champaigne gravé par Nanteuil (celui-ci a été doublé dans les marges de papier ancien). Les nouvelles oeuvres paraîtront pour la première fois en 1658. Reliure en pleine basane brune mouchetée d'époque. Dos à nerfs richement orné, roulette en queue et tête. Pièce de titre en maroquin brun. Roulette sur les coupes. Coiffes très adroitement restaurées. Frottements d'usage. Bel exemplaire. Voiture (1597-1648) fut toute sa vie un galant et un courtisan, brillant dans les salons et jouant aux jeux. Son talent épistolaire lui valut de mettre longtemps en France la prose à la mode, et ses poésies excellent dans le ton maniériste et précieux, même s'il sait tour à tour être trivial quand il le faut. C'est un personnage incontournable de la scène littéraire du début du XVIIe, un vrai personnage de Molière. Voiture, c'est tout d'abord un style, non seulement dans ses lettres (Lettres amoureuses) et ses poésies mais également dans sa prose, voir pour exemple les délicieuses Métamorphoses. Ses œuvres furent à l'image de l'homme, galant, enseignant le beau langage et les belles manières aux habitués de l'hôtel de Rambouillet. Sa renommée fut très grande durant son siècle et il demeure un emblème pour le XVIIème siècle. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Mention de cinquième édition. Un frontispice par Mellan. binding en pleine basane brune mouchetée d'époque. spine à nerfs richement orné, roulette en queue et tête. Pièce de titre en marouqin rouge. Roulette sur les coupes. spine-ends très adroautograph dedication of the authorent restaurées. Frottements d'usage. Bel exemplaire. (30) 709p. (1bc.) 210p. (17) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Relation du Voyage de Moscovie, Tartarie et de Perse,

      Paris, Clovzier, 1ed. 1656. - fait a? l'occasion d'une ambassade envoye?e au Grand-Duc de Moscovie et au Roy de Perse, par le Duc de Holstein, depuis l'an 1633, jusques en l'an 1639, traduite de l'allemand du sieur Olearius, par L.R.D.B. 20 Blatt, 543 Seiten, Pergamentband der Zeit, 20,5 x 14 cm, Einband etwas angestaubt und fleckig, alter handschriftlicher Eintrag und kleiner Stempel auf dem Titel, innen etwas gebräunt. 1. (noch ohne Illustrationen) französische Ausgabe des berühmten Reiseberichtes von Adam Olearius.

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        Triumphus Suecicus discursu politico de Polonia ac Borussia subiugata [.] domino Carolo Gustavo, Suecorum, Gothorum, Vandalorum regi [.]. Dicatus; idibus Decembris MDCLV. Joanne Gilenio I. V. Lto consiliario Palatino-Simmerano, & praefecto Lutrensi.

      - Utan ort, 1656. 8:o. (8),+ 214 s. Enstaka obetydliga fläckar. Samtida pergamentband med infärgade snitt. Svårläst gammal titeletikett av papper ovanpå en handskriven ryggtitel. Ryggen med småfläckar. Jonas Hallenbergs namnteckning på främre pärmens insida och en äldre anteckning, sannolikt av Piper: ?Kiöpt på Hildebrands auction d. 18 martii 1740.? Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. VD17 23:248313E. Warmholtz 4533. Carlander II, s. 252, 403 resp. 760. Jacob Henrik Hildebrand (1669-1719) var auskultant i Riksarkivet, kommissionssekreterare i Wien och Haag och sedan assessor i Wismarska tribunalet. Delar av hans boksamling såldes på Stockholms bokauktionskammare den 11 och 18 mars 1740, den större delen kom dock att utgöra grund för sonen Henric Jacobs stora bibliotek. En del av dennes boksamling återfinns i Ericsbergs samlingar, troligen genom Henric Jacobs bror David Henrik Hildebrand, som ägde Ericsberg vid den tiden. Denna volym har dock synbarligen tagit omvägen över den framstående historikern Jonas Hallenberg (1748-1834). Hallenbergs boksamling såldes på auktion i Stockholm 1835 med en tryckt katalog som upptog 2060 nr. Gjörwell nämner att Hallenberg hade ett bibliotek som till sin beskaffenhet och värde kan kallas ett ?Ämbets-Bibliothek?.

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        Gesamtans., "Prosp. der Statt Parys, wie solche an ietzo an zusehen 1654".

      - Kupferstich ( v. 3 Platten ) v. Merian, 1656, 26 x 79 Fauser 10610. - Prächtige Gesamtansicht. Am unteren Rand Erklärungen von 1 - 44.

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        Neu-augirte Und continuirte Chronica.

      Lübeck, Jakob Hinderling für August Johann Becker, 1656. Kl.-8°. Mit gest. illustr. Titel (u.a. mit einer kleinen Stadtansicht von Lübeck). Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. Holzschn.-Vignette. 7 Bll., 1001 (1) S., 1 Bl. Druckvermerk. - Angeb. - Ders. Neu augirte Welt-Beschreibung, Darin Aller Kayserthumber, Königreichen, Republiquen, und der gantzen Welt, Religion, Sitten, und Gebräuche, Auch aller Päbste, Kayser, Könige, und Fürsten auff einander ergangenen Succesion sein ordentlich und kürtzlich begriffen. Ebda., Gottfried Jäger für August Johann Becker, 1658. Mit 3 gefalt. Stammtafeln. 4 Bll., 279 (1) S., Ldr. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. gepr. Rückenschild u. Wappensupralibros a. beiden Deckeln. Ad 1) Frühe Ausgabe dieser historischen Weltchronik, die sich an M. Merians „Theatrum Europaeum“ orientiert und überwiegend das 17. Jahrhundert behandelt. - Ad 2) Behandelt ausführlich Europa, aber in eigenen Kapiteln auch die Türkei, Asien, Afrika, Persien, China, Indien usw., das letzte Kapitel ist Malta und den „Johannitern, oder Maltheser-Rittern“ gewidmet“. - Einband etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Beide Kapitale m. Fehlstelle. Innen nur ganz vereinzelt min. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) VD17, 14:083179R; Ad 2) VD17, 3:654883X. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Schultze, Neu-augirte Und continuirte Chronica, Neu augirte Welt-Beschreibung, Chronik, Weltchronik

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        Opera omnia in duos tomos distincta.

      Irenopoli [Amsterdam]: no publisher/printer [Frans Kuyper & Daniel Bakkamude] Folio (31.5 cm, 12.375"). 2 vols. I: [14] ff., 814 pp. (i.e.. 848), with [16] ff. sectional titles. II: [2] ff., 812 pp. (i.e., 840), [5] ff., with [10] ff. sectional titles.. 1656 [i.e., 1668] Socinus, a jurist-theologian from Siena, first met with Polish Antitrinitarians in 1578. He moved to Krakow in 1580 and devoted the rest of his life to fostering a cohesive religious movement that denied the Holy Trinity based on rational exegesis of Scripture. While Socinianism and the Radical Reformation won many followers, Socinus (Fausto Sozzini, 1539?-1604) was also attacked — in writing and, in 1594 and 1598, on the street! => These are the first two volumes of the only edition, first issue, of the first and most important collection of Socinian documents. The title-page, table of contents, and preface to the first volume introduce and illuminate the series Bibliotheca fratrum polonorum as a whole, that having comprised ten tomes published clandestinely ca. 1665?-92 by the Polish Brethren called Unitarians. The near-complete works of Socinus himself, leading that parade of texts, occupy these first two, which were actually published three years after vols. III?-V (by Johann Crell and Jonasz Szlichtyng), all with => false imprints. Excerpts of Socinus's => acrid debates with protagonists of the Reformation on baptism, redemption, (im)mortality, and the nature of Christ pervade the present volumes. A chapter of letters to friends (vol. I) includes exchanges not only with the founder of the Transylvanian Unitarian Church Francis Dávid and a Polish noblewoman named Sophia Siemichovia, but also Marcello Squarcialupi, Matthäus Radecke, Jan Niemojewski, Johannes Völkel, and Christophorus Ostorodt, among others. The minister-turned-printer Kuyper (1629?-91) produced only Socinian works in the decade 1663?-73, many edited by Andreas Wissowatius, Socinus's grandson who had an influential hand in the present opera. The printer Samuel Przypkowski, whose shop produced earlier volumes in the series of which these are a part, contributed the brief biography of Socinus here; and he has graced the text with refined tailpieces, large initials against a floriated background, and woodcut devices on the sectional titles (some initialed "HB" for printer Hendrick Boom). There are occasional Hebrew references in vol. II. Provenance: Early inscription "Middeldorpf" on front fly-leaf; bookplate and stamp of Rochester Theological Seminary (later the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School). Deaccessioned 2005. Evidence of readership: Sparse ink annotations in a contemporary hand; underlining throughout, heavy in quires R?-S and Nnn?-Ppp in vol. I. Contemporary northern-European style vellum over boards ruled in blind, panels with blind-stamped central cartouches, blue speckled edges and evidence of ties; old spotting and soiling with front joint (outside) of vol. II partially open at top and bottom but binding sound. Institutional stamps to each title-page and another few places as above, and additionally an old library sticker to spine of vol. II; old underlining and other inkings as above. Paper somewhat age-toned, with foxing and the occasional stain or short tear; indices (only) with light waterstains in some lower margins (only). A good, solid, clean set.

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        Corpvs ivris civilis Ivstinianei vniversvm (Corpus juris civilis Justinianei universum): in quo Pandectae, ad Florentinarum exemplar fideliter expressae: codex, et caeteri libri . ex optimarum quarumque Editionum collatione nunc emendatiores prodeunt. Cum summariis, Argumentis, Epitomis, & Indicibus CL. V. Dionysii Gothofredi IC.

      Genevae (Genf) Samuel Chouet 1656 - 34 Bll., 144 Sp., 1568 Sp. - 8 Bll., 736 Sp. (Codicis Justiniani D. N. sacratissimi principis PP. Augusti repetitae praelectionis, libri XII. ., Genf, Couet, 1656) - 4 Bll., 526 Sp. (Authenticae, seu novellae constitutiones DN. Justiniani sacratissimi principis: ., summariis Dionysii Gothofredi . Genf, Joh. Vignon, 1620), 4°, Pergamentbd. d.Zt. mit blindgepr. Ganzdeckel-Ornamentik und vergold. Rückentitel a. dunkelrotem Lederschildchen und Blattweisern. Vgl. Graesse III, 502 - Schön erhaltenes Exemplar der Gesamtausgabe des unter Kaiser Justinian I. (527-565) geschaffenen "Corpus juris civilis", herausgegeben und kommentiert von dem französischen Rechtswissenschaftler Denis Godefroy (1549-1621).

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        Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, & c.

      Paris: Chez Pierre Mariette Rue S. Jacque, 1656. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, in very good condition. A very rare example of one of the most important and influential maps of Canada ever devised, by Nicolas Sanson, the father of the French School of Cartography. This very rare map is the most geographically progressive portrayal of Canada made during its generation, and was not superseded until Guillaume De L'Isle's 1703 map. While it bases many of its features on his watershed map of the continent, Amerique Septentrionale (1650), it is more advanced than it in key respects. Importantly, it is the first map to depict "L. Erie ou Du Chat" in a recognizable form. This designation was derived from Jean Boisseau, who in 1643 named the body of water after the local native name "Derie," which referred to the panther like qualities of their warriors. Sanson benefited from having received a copy of The Jesuit Relations , published in Paris in 1649, a detailed account by French missionaries who had traveled in the region. Most notably, this included Father Paul Ragueneau's account of his visit to Niagara Falls and Jean Nicollet's discovery of Lake Michigan, "Lac des Puans," in 1634. Down the St. Lawrence River from the lakes, Montréal is named, the settlement having been founded by the Sieur de Maisonneuve in 1642. Elsewhere, to the north, a mysterious strait weaves over "New South Wales" on Hudson's Bay, terminating in the interior of the continent, a blank space labeled as "Mer Glaciale". This alludes to the existence of a much hoped-for Northwest Passage. Also, on the western shore of the same sea is "Nouveau Danemarcq," referring to the voyage that Danish explorer Jan Munk made to the region in 1619-20. With regards to the east coast of America, Sanson greatly improved upon his earlier work, as Long Island is correctly delineated and "N[ouvelle] Amsterdam" (present day New York) is correctly positioned. "N[ouvelle] Suede," appears at the mouth of the Delaware River, referring to the former Swedish colony centered on Fort Christina, founded on the site of present-day Wilmington, Delaware in 1638. Nicholas Sanson was born in the town of Abbeville in Picardy. Something of a child prodigy, by the age of eighteen, he could already be found in Paris drafting his own maps. There he quickly rose to become Royal Geographer to Louis XIII in 1630. He maintained the position upon the ascension of the "Sun King" Louis XIV in 1643, and later served as tutor to the ambitious young monarch. In 1644, he formed a lucrative partnership with Paris publisher Pierre Mariette with the objective of producing a great atlas that could rival those of the Amsterdam houses, such as Blaeu and Jansson. The present map was devised as one of the most important maps in the atlas. The atlas itself, entitled Les Cartes Générales de toutes les parties du Monde was not finally assembled until 1658. It was however, a landmark moment in the history of French cartography, being the first folio atlas produced in that country. The extremely high quality of Sanson's work motivated other French mapmakers to improve the standard of their production. Sanson also greatly influenced Louis XIV's chief minister, Jean-Baptiste Colbert to heavily fund cartographic projects. This gave rise to a great 'French School' of cartography that was to eventually wrest dominance of the mapmaking market from the Dutch by the 1680s. After Sanson's death in 1667, his work was continued by his sons, Guillaume (d.1703) and Adrian (d.1708). This map was first issued separately in 1656, and also appeared in an unaltered state in various editions of the first modern French atlas, Sanson's Les Cartes Générales de toutes les parties du Monde , produced from 1658 to 1676. Burden, The Mapping of North America I, 318; Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada I:133, pl.81; Pastoreau, Les Atlas Français XVIe-XVIIe Siècles , Sanson VA no.86, p.406; Schwartz & Ehrenberg, Mapping of America , p.114, pl.62.

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        De Mensche Godts, verthoont in de Staet 1. Der verdorven Nature, 2. Der Weder-geboorte en Bekeeringe, 3. Des Wel levens, 4. Der Regeringe, 5. Der Struyckelingen, 6. Der Ellenden, 7. Der Reformatie, 8. Der Geluck-saligheydt. Uyt de Geschriften en Tractaten van Mr. Willem Teellingh.

      Hoorn, Gerbrant en Jan Martensz. 1656 - (44) 1024 (18) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (mooi exemplaar, vernieuwde schutbladen, enkele donkere vlekken op het voorplat)

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        Opera omnia, exegetica, didactica, et polemica ... Cum indicibus necessariis.

      Irenopoli [Amsterdam]: no publisher/printer [Frans Kuyper, & Daniel Bakkamude] Folio (31.7 cm, 12.5"). 2 vols. I: [3] ff., 1038 pp. [i.e., 1044] (lacking one sectional title-page). II: 356 [i.e., 360], [4] pp.; 132 [i.e., 134] pp., [4] ff. (lacking title-page, engr. portrait, & six sectional title-pages).. 1656 [i.e., 1668] Only edition, second issue, of volumes eight and nine from the series Bibliotheca fratrum polonorum. Exegetist Johann Ludwig von Wolzogen (ca. 1599–1658) was an Austrian nobleman who became a prominent voice among the Polish Brethren called Unitarians, proponents of Socinianism and the Radical Reformation that denied the Holy Trinity based on rational exegesis of Scripture. Their collected writings, the => first and most important collection of Socinian documents, were clandestinely published ca. 1665–92 in ten volumes with => false imprints to evade censors. Like the rest of the series, these two volumes of Von Wolzogen's exegetical, didactical, and polemical works are imprinted with the date 1656, without a publisher; however it is known they were published in Amsterdam by Frans Kuyper (1629–91) and Daniel Bakkamude (1662–85), perhaps with Hendrick Boom (1657–1709), whose monogrammed printer's device appears on some of the sectional title-pages. Kuyper, a former minister, produced only Socinian works in the decade 1663–73. The first volume contains exegesis of the Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, and the second, commentary on the Acts and the epistles of Paul, Jacob, and Jude, with contributions from Wissowatius, Crellius, and Schlichtingius. The text, in Latin, printed in roman and italic, is punctuated with handsome woodcut initials, tailpieces, and woodcut devices on the sectional titles, as above. 19th-century mottled calf single-ruled in blind with gilt board edges; rebacked with gilt author, title, and tome to new red leather spine labels and blind stamps in other compartments. Edges/extremities rubbed with loss to leather and corners bumped; vol. II with cluster of wormholes to cover not reaching endpaper. One sectional title lacking in vol. I; title-page, portrait of Wolzogen, and six sectional title-pages lacking in vol. II, as above. Vol. I with one closed tear into text, two lower corners torn away, light crescent of marginal waterstaining to 50 or so late leaves; very minor worming in gutters of four leaves and marginal tear to final leaf in vol. II; each volume with moderate stain/soil marginally to leaves in some sections intermittently, and otherwise minor marginal foxing and a few other small stains only. Solid and imposing and important.

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