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        Los Soldados en la Guardia. Dividido en quatro discursos, con unos apuntamientos politicos al ultimo dellos.

      Pavia, Juan Andres Magro, 1657 - Puente, Pedro de la. Los Soldados en la Guardia. Divido en quatro discursos,con unos apuntamientos politicos al ultimo dellos. Pavia, Juan Andres Magro, 1657. 4to. [4]f + 461 + [1]p. + last leaf with printer's device and imprint. With folding allegorical frontispiece engraving preceding title . Decorative woodcuts and initials. Contemporary deerskin blind-tooled with line borders and cartouches; spine lightly wormed in places. A rare Spanish illustrated, finely printed baroque book. The subject is a philosophical discourse on the trials and advantages of military life arranged in four books composed in elegant prose introduced with a splendid engraved frontispiece with allegories of warfare. The author develops his narrative whilst following a group of soldiers on an imaginary journey through Spain stopping at Barcelona, Valencia, and Tarragona. In book II he reflects on the qualities of an ideal general, citing a variety of historical examples and episodes; he also includes a chapter on the privileges enjoyed by the cadets at the Spanish military school. Book IV offers advice on cavalry and artillery. The volume ends with an appendix of political maxims. Pedro de la Puente y Hurtado de Ulloa (1605-67)fought in Germany with distinction as a Spanish dragoon colonel during the Thirty Years' War; he later served as military governor of the Tuscan coastal fortress of Orbetelo and successfully defended Pavia, as castellan (1652-58). His dedication is to Don Luis Mendez de Haro, Soto Mayor y Guzman, Duke of Olivares. An interesting example of accomplished hispanisized book production in Italy during the period of Spanish domination. Not recorded in the standard catalogues of American institutions; an attractive, exceptionally fresh copy; blank margins of pp.339-44 lightly waterstained, right margin of last leaf strengthened.Palau 240585 (lacking frontispiece); Vindel 2.297; not in British Library. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1657 1st ed Hebrew Talmud Traktat Nidda Judaism Babylon Hebraica Torah Jewish

      Traktat Nidda yus dem babylonischen Talmud Sulzbach. 1657. - 1657 1st ed Hebrew Talmud Traktat Nidda Judaism Babylon Hebraica Torah Jewish HUGE FOLIO & Very Rare / compare@$2,700+ 17th-century Hebrew text, The Talmud. Niddah is a Hebrew term describing a woman during menstruation, or a woman who has menstruated, and not yet completed the associated requirement of immersion in a mikveh (ritual bath). The Talmud is a central text of Rabbinic Judaism. It is also traditionally referred to as Shas, a Hebrew abbreviation of shisha sedarim, the "six orders", a reference to the six orders of the Mishnah. The term "Talmud" normally refers to the collection of writings named specifically the Babylonian Talmud (Talmud Bavli), although there is also an earlier collection known as the Jerusalem Talmud, or Palestinian Talmud (Talmud Yerushalmi). When referring to post-biblical periods, namely those of the creation of the Talmud, the Talmudic academies and the Babylonian exilarchate, Jewish sources use the term "Babylonia" long after it had become obsolete in geopolitical terms. We find other examples of this same book for sale elsewhere for over $2,700! Main author: Talmud ; de bois Title: Traktat Nidda Published: Traktat Nidda yus dem babylonischen Talmud Sulzbach. 1657. Language: Hebrew Notes & contents: • 1st edition • Illustrated throughout with in-text engravings FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Traktat Nidda yus dem babylonischen Talmud Sulzbach. 1657. Size: ~13.75in X 8.75in (35cm x 22.5cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our first priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $1500 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Viterbo Citta Metropoli della Provincia del Patrimonio

      1657. Pianta della città per la prima volta inserita nel "Theatrum praecipuarum urbium" celebre teatro delle città del Janssonius, sullo stile del "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" di Braun & Hogenberg. L'opera, pubblicata nel 1657, contiene 500 tavole raffiguranti città di ogni parte del mondo. Contrariamente al lavoro degli acerrimi rivali Blaeu, Janssonius si servì per la realizzazione dell'opera delle lastre di precedenti cartografi ed editori. In particolare nel 1653 egli acquisto da Abraham Hogenberg le lastre del "Civitates orbis Terrarum" che incorporò nella sua opera, ristampandole. Per le piante delle città olandesi, ordinò delle nuove lastre basate sull'atalnte che Johannes Blaeu diede alla luce nel 1649. Per molte delle opere contenute nel 5° volume, quello dedicato all'Italia e denominato "Theatrum celebriorum urbium Italiae..", si servì delle lastre realizzate da Jodocus Hondius per l'opera "Italia Hodierna.." del 1627. City plan first included in the "Theatrum praecipuarum urbium", the famous city - plans book realized by Janssonius after Braun & Hogenberg's "Civitates Orbis Terrarum". The work was published in 1657, with 500 plates depicting cities from all over the world. In opposition to his main competitors, the Blaeus, to realize his project, Janssonius used the plates of former cartographers and publishers. In 1653 he bought from Abraham Hogenberg the plates of the "Civitates orbis Terrarum" which have been then included in his work. As far as Dutch cities, he had new plates realized after Johannes Blaeu's Atlas, published in 1649. The plates in the Fifth Volume, the one about Italy entitled "Theatrum celebriorum urbium Italiae..", Janssonius used the plates realized by Jodocus Hondius for his "Italia Hodierna.." in 1627. Amsterdam Amsterdam 430 380

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        Dortmund

      Joan. Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1657 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash when published.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        Belgering der Stadt Cazal...

      1657. EDIZIONE DE WIT. Pianta della città per la prima volta inserita nel "Theatrum praecipuarum urbium" celebre teatro delle città del Janssonius, sullo stile del "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" di Braun & Hogenberg. L'opera, pubblicata nel 1657, contiene 500 tavole raffiguranti città di ogni parte del mondo. Contrariamente al lavoro degli acerrimi rivali Blaeu, Janssonius si servì per la realizzazione dell'opera delle lastre di precedenti cartografi ed editori. In particolare nel 1653 egli acquisto da Abraham Hogenberg le lastre del "Civitates orbis Terrarum" che incorporò nella sua opera, ristampandole. Per le piante delle città olandesi, ordinò delle nuove lastre basate sull'atalnte che Johannes Blaeu diede alla luce nel 1649. Per molte delle opere contenute nel 5° volume, quello dedicato all'Italia e denominato "Theatrum celebriorum urbium Italiae..", si servì delle lastre realizzate da Jodocus Hondius per l'opera "Italia Hodierna.." del 1627. Successivamente le lastre furono ristampate da Janssonius - Waesberghe "Tooneel der vermaarste Koop - Steden", Amsterdam 1682, da Frederick de Wit e da Pieter Vander AA nel secolo succesivo. Molto rara. Amsterdam Amsterdam 480 330

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        ANCONA - JANSSONIUS, Johannes - "Ancona". Veduta dall'alto della città e del porto.

      1657. Incisione in rame f. 48,5 x 34, f. del foglio con margini 54,5 x 43,8. Da "Theatrum Celebriorum Urbium Italiae ..." Amstelodami, ex Officina Joannis Janssonii (1657). I° edizione, testo latino al verso. Bell'esemplare. Rara.

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        Ancona

      1657. EDIZIONE DE WIT. Pianta della città per la prima volta inserita nel "Theatrum praecipuarum urbium" celebre teatro delle città del Janssonius, sullo stile del "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" di Braun & Hogenberg. L'opera, pubblicata nel 1657, contiene 500 tavole raffiguranti città di ogni parte del mondo. Contrariamente al lavoro degli acerrimi rivali Blaeu, Janssonius si servì per la realizzazione dell'opera delle lastre di precedenti cartografi ed editori. In particolare nel 1653 egli acquisto da Abraham Hogenberg le lastre del "Civitates orbis Terrarum" che incorporò nella sua opera, ristampandole. Per le piante delle città olandesi, ordinò delle nuove lastre basate sull'atalnte che Johannes Blaeu diede alla luce nel 1649. Per molte delle opere contenute nel 5° volume, quello dedicato all'Italia e denominato "Theatrum celebriorum urbium Italiae..", si servì delle lastre realizzate da Jodocus Hondius per l'opera "Italia Hodierna.." del 1627. Successivamente le lastre furono ristampate da Janssonius - Waesberghe "Tooneel der vermaarste Koop - Steden", Amsterdam 1682, da Frederick de Wit e da Pieter Vander AA nel secolo succesivo. Molto rara. Amsterdam Amsterdam 490 345

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        Hamburg - Kupfersich - altkoloriert Hamburga Florentisimum inferioris ae emporium, Anglorum frequetatione hoc tc pore celeberrimum A Dni, M, D, LXXII

      ohne Verlagsangabe, um 1657. - 1 Blatt Sehr schöner und sehr seltener Original Kupferstich - altkoloriert hinter säurefester Passepatout Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Bildformat 15,5 x 46,5 Gesamtforma mit Passepartout 30 x 57,5 cm

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        Sena, Urbs Hetruriae

      1657. Splendida veduta a volo d'uccello della città, per la prima volta inclusa nel "Theatrum celebrorium" del Janssonius. Incisa da Wenzel Hollar, la carta viene successivamente in possesso di Peter Vander Aa, che la include nella suo "Thesaurus Antiquatatum..", edito a Leida dal 1704 al 1723. Da questa opera proviene la nostra pianta, basata ovviamente su quella del Vanni, 1587 A rare plan of Siena engraved by Wenzel Hollar, first included in the "Theatrum celebrorium" by Janssonius. This example comes from the "Thesaurus Antiquatatum.." by Vander Aa, published in Leyden between 1704 and 1723. Leida Leyden E. Pellegrini, "L'iconografia di Siena nelle opere a stampa", p. 125. 450 340

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        Athenaiou Deipnosophiston biblia pentekaideka. Athenaei Deipnosophistarum libri quindecim. Cum Iacobi Dalechampii Cadomensis Latina versione: necnon eiusdem adnotationibus & emendationibus ad operis calcem reiectis. Editio postrema iuxta Isaaci Casauboni recensionem...

      Sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan, & Marci Antonii Rauaud, Lugduni, 1657. 2 v. ([52] 812 [48] p.; 998 p. su due colonne [39] p.) 2º(33 cm) piena pergamena con tassello in pelle coi titoli oro. Due volume con belle legature coeve con ricchi fregi in oro ai dorsi tasselli in pelle coi titoli oro. Marca (Sfera armillare in cornice fiancheggiata da Tolomeo e Euclide. Motto: Universitatis rerum ut pulvis in manu Iehovae) calcogr. sul front. del solo primo volume. Front. stampato in rosso e nero. Traduzione latina con testo greco a fronte. Completo delle Animadversiones di Casaubon che annunciate nel frontespizio dell'Athenaeus dell'edizione di Heidelberg vennero pubblicate solo tre anni dopo per i tipi del De Harsy. Il libro è un simposio romanzato di 21 artisti scrittori musicisti e chirurghi. Si discute di tutte le cose che secondo l'uso greco dovrebbero ornare un banchetto. Vengono citati i nomi dei più famosi gastronomi e cuochi e vengono citate le prime ricette di ogni autore in ogni lingua. Vengono trattati anche le virtù e le qualità dei diversi vini. This compendious encyclopedic work by the Greek - speaking Egyptian Athenaeus portrays a Roman dinner party attended by the brightest deepest and most learned thinkers of the early Third Century. The banquet lasts several days in order to allow conversation to take its course. Topics range lightly over law medicine and literature but the real subject at hand is food in all its aspects. In a sense it is the oldest extant text on cooking. The Deipnosophistae ("Scholars at Dinner") is an important source of information on the gastronomic customs of the ancient world. It also quotes fragments of ancient literature which have otherwise been lost. The eminent Huguenot humanist Isaac Casaubon (1559 - 1614) established the definitive text of Deipnosophistae in 1597 when it was first printed alongside the Latin translation of Jacques Dalechamps. Casaubon's commentary on the work appeared several years later and was frequently bound together with the bilingual text. Title pages printed in red and black. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: MDCLVII [1657]. Esemplari esternamente con attrattive legature coeve internamente segni di tarlo evidenti e diffusi in poche pagina la maggior parte RIPARATI D'EPOCA con carta leggera che in alcune minime parti copre il testo permettendone nella quasi totalità dei casi la lettura esemplare brunito. ...

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        GA aus der Vogelschau, "Lipsia. Die Stadt Leipzig".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 38 x 51

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        A Dialogue of Polygamy, Written Originally in Italian: Rendred into English by a Person of Quality; and Dedicated to the Author of that well-known Treatise call'd, Advice to a Son. [WITH] A Dialogue of Divorce Between Ochinus and Meschinus.

      London: John Garfield, 1657. First. hardcover. near fine. [xxii], 89, (i), 61 pages. Two parts in one volume. Slim 12mo, handsomely bound in 18th century full polished calf with double fillet borders and ornate backstrip; inner dentelles and marbled endpapers. 89 pages London, Printed for J. Garfeild [sic], at the Rolling-Press for Pictures, neer the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, over against Popes-head Alley, 1657. First edition in English. A near fine copy. A controversial work by the Calvanist, Bernardino Ochino. He spent much of his adult life fleeing throughout Europe to avoid persecution and in Zurich he wrote his famous Dialogi XXX, which included these 2 dialogues on Polygamy and Divorce. They were poorly received; "Divorce" was thought to be repellant, and his detractors claimed that "Polygamy" was more of a justification than a refutation. --Wing O126; ESTC R9210.

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        A Dialogue of Polygamy, Written Originally in Italian; A Dialogue of Divorce

      London: Printed for John Garfield, 1657. First edition in English. Hardcover. Very good. Rendred into English by a person of quality, and dedicated to the author of that well-known treatise call'd Advice to a son." 12mo. (22), 89. 61pp. Contemporary full leather, tooled simply in blind. The dialogue of Polygamy is followed by the dialogue of Divorce, which has its own pagination. The endpapers are filled with penciled notations of a former owner (C. Inglis, M.D? His bookplate is on the front pastedown.) Also the first two blanks are filled with a beautifully calligraphed biography of Ochino. We note some old repairs to the leather especially the spine, perhaps they could actually bee part of the original binding. The corners are worn else this is in very good condition. Wing O126; ESTC R9210.

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        Gesamtans., "Argentoratvm".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. Abraham Hogenberg aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 33,6 x 42,1

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        Rostochium Urbs Megapolitana Anseatica et Mercatura et Universitate Celebris

      Amsterdam, Janssonius 1657 - Blatt-Masse ca. 48,7 cm x 31 cm -- dekorativ hinter Glas gerahmt -- Aussenmasse des Rahmens ca. 70 cm x 53 cm -- Bis zur äusseren Einfassungslinie beschnitten - sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Nicht ausgerahmt. - Rahmen teils leicht berieben. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel]
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        Staden - Kupfersich - altkoloriert aus Braun und Hogenberg Stade aus Janssonis nach Braun und Hogenberg - Bildformat 40 x 52 Gesamtforma mit Passepartout 50 x 60 cm

      ohne Verlagsangabe, 1657 - 1 Blatt Sehr schöner und seltener Original Kupferstich - altkoloriert hinter säurefester Passepatout guter Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Bildformat 40 x 52 Gesamtformat mit Passepartout 50 x 60 cm

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        Traité astrologique des jugemens des themes genetliaques pour tous les accidens qui arrivent à l'homme après sa naissance. Pour cognoistre des temperamens & inclinations, selon tous les meilleurs & plus anciens Autheurs

      Pierre Ménard 1657 In - 8 (18,8 x 12,5 cm), (8) ff. - 612 pp. (paginées 614) - (8) ff., veau brun moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs orné, armes au centre des plats, tranches mouchetées (reliure d'époque). Rare première édition française de ce traité d'astrologie, regroupant les thèses du savant danois Heinrich Rantzau (1526 - 1598), qui fut notamment le collaborateur de Tycho Brahé. Bien complet du rare appendice de 8 ff. "De la Façon de construire la figure céleste ", et de 3 tableaux hors - texte (pp. 36, 468 et 476). La traduction est de Jacques Aleaume. Exemplaire aux armes de Louis - François - Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, duc de Richelieu et de Fronsac (1696 - 1788), arrière - petit - neveu du Cardinal de Richelieu, et 3e duc de Richelieu (Olivier pl. 407). (reliure usée, manque de cuir aux coiffes, mors fendus, coins usés, quelques pliures et défauts de papier et quelques mouillures, erreur de pagination à partir de la page 129). / / Octavo (18,8 x 12,5 cm), (8) ff. - 612 pp. (numbered 614) - (8) ff., brown speckled calf, spined tooled raised on five bands, central coat of arms on covers, speckled edges (contemporary binding). Rare first french edition of this astrology treatise, containing the thesis of german scientist Heinrich Rantzau (1526 - 1598), who worked with Tycho Brahé. Complete with the rare 8 ff. appendix "De la Façon de construire la figure céleste ", and with 3 tables pp. 36, 468 and 476). Translation in french by Jacques Aleaume. Copy bearing the arms of Louis - François - Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, duc de Richelieu et de Fronsac (1696 - 1788), great grand - nephew of Cardinal de Richelieu, and 3rd duc de Richelieu (Olivier pl. 407). (used binding, lack of leather on top and bottom of spine, joins cracked, corners used, some folding and defects of paper and some water - stains, mistake in page numbering from p. 129).

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        2 Gesamtansichten auf 1 Blatt, "Die Reichs Stad Biberach inn Schwaben" und Ravensbvrgk inn Schwaben".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 16,2 x 44,3 und 18,7 x 44,3 Restauriert.

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        Brema

      Amsterdam Janssonius 1657 - "Brema". Orig. copper-engraving, J. Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1657. A birds-eye-view of Bremen. With engraved title, a great coat-of-arms, ornamental cartouche with explanatory notes (1.-30.) and many ships on the Weser river. 40:51 cm (15 3/4 x 20 inch.).

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        Gesamtansicht von Reutlingen (12 x 47), darüber Heilbronn (19 x 26,5) und Mühlhausen/Elsaß (19 x 24).

      - altkol. Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 31 x 47,5 Restauriert.

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        Theophili Antecessoris Institutionum libri IV Carolus Annibal Fabrotus Antecessor Aquisextiensis ex tribus mss. codd Biblioth Regiae recensuit, & scholiis Graecis auxit. Idemque Iacobi Curtii Latinam interpretationem emandavit, & notas adjecit

      Apud Viduam Mathurini Du Pvis, Parisiis 1657 - Theophilou tou Antikensoros Institouton biblia [delta]. Testo in latino e greco. Frontespizio bicromatico, bella marca tipografica xilografata con motto che recita Donec Totum Ambiat Orbem", testatine, finalini e capilettere incisi." (16) + 720 con una tavola f.t. ripiegata p. 250x190mm p.perg. cordonata coeva con titoli manoscritti al dorso

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare]
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        Magni Hippocratis medicorum omnium facile principis, Opera omnia quae extant in VIII. sectiones ex Erotiani mente distributa nunc denuo latina interpretatione & annotationibus illustrata Anutio Foesio...

      typis & sumptibus Samuelis Chouet 1657 Folio (cm. 38,7), legato in 2 Voll., 24 cc.nn. (di cui ritratto in antiporta e frontis. in rosso e nero), 1344 pp., 28 cc.nn. (segue) Oeconomia Hippocratis alphabeti serie distincta..., ibidem 1662, 4 cc.nn., 418 pp. Testo prevalentemente su due colonne in greco e latino. Belle legature coeve in piena pergamena con nervi e decorazioni a secco ai piatti. Titolo in oro su tassello in pelle nera; data e numero dei tomi ms. ai ds. Provenienza: Birmingham Medical Institute (impressione al piede del ds.). Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione. Krivatsy, 5622; Wellcome III, 269.

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        AUGSBURG. - Rathaus. "Das Rathhauß zu Augspurg wie es von außen und inwendig . zu sehen ist". Rathaus mit Perlachturm und Augustusbrunnen, im Himmel zwei Putten mit Wappenschilden, rechts unten kleine Kartusche mit Inschrift "Elias Holl Construxit Mathias Kager delineavit".

      - Kupferstich von Wolfgang Kilian, dat. 1657, 32 x 41,5 cm. Schefold 41240. - Schöner kräftiger Druck des gesuchten Blattes. Alt mit Büttenpapier angerändert.

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        TÜBINGEN. Gesamtansicht von Süden, links Weinlese (15,5 x 46 cm), darüber Gesamtansicht von Eisleben, (17,5 x 46 cm).

      - Altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 33 x 46 cm. Schönes Blatt in kräftigem Altkolorit.

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        ORPHEUS EUCHARISTICUS. SIVE DEUS ABSCONDITUS.... Tomus primus. Primam centuriam complectens.

      

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        A Dialogue of Polygamy, Written Originally in Italian; A Dialogue of Divorce

      London: Printed for John Garfield, 1657. First edition in English. Hardcover. Very good. Rendred into English by a person of quality, and dedicated to the author of that well-known treatise call'd Advice to a son." 12mo. (22), 89. 61pp. Contemporary full leather, tooled simply in blind. The dialogue of Polygamy is followed by the dialogue of Divorce, which has its own pagination. The endpapers are filled with penciled notations of a former owner (C. Inglis, M.D? His bookplate is on the front pastedown.) Also the first two blanks are filled with a beautifully calligraphed biography of Ochino. We note some old repairs to the leather especially the spine, perhaps they could actually bee part of the original binding. The corners are worn else this is in very good condition. Wing O126; ESTC R9210.

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        Gesamtans., "Francofurtum Ad Moenum.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 33,5 x 48 Restauriert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Jesus Maria Joseph or the devout pilgrim of the ever blessed Virgin Mary

      

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        Elogium seu Breviarium vitae Hieronymi Bignonii.

      ex officina Cramosiana, Parisiis 1657 - In-4 de (12)-154-(2) pp., vélin souple (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Eloges funèbres du grand magistrat Jérôme Bignon (1589-1656), érudit appécié des savants de son temps qui prolongea dans la première moitié du XVIIe siècle « la tradition de la jurisprudence humaniste française » (Renoux-Zagamé). Le discours d'ouverture du conseiller de Ratisbonne Johann Albrecht Portner (1628-1687) est suivi des éloges - principalement des lettres - de Hugo Grotius, Dupuy, Launois, Chapelain etc., une série de poésies en latin et en français et l'oraison funèbre prononcée par le chanoine régulier Jean Fronto, proche de Bignon. Ex-libris armorié de François de Verthamon, marquis de Bréau, gendre de Thierry Bignon. Importants manques de vélin sur le plat inférieur ; feuillets M et Mii inversés. Bourgeois André, 1538 « Ce sont des matériaux à utiliser pour écrire la vie du magistrat » ; Dictionnaire historique des juristes français, p. 84. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Sure Guide; or, The Best and Nearest Way to Physick and Chyrurgery: That is to say, The Arts of Healing by Medicine, and Manual Operation. Being An Anatomical Description of the whol Body of Man, and its Parts, with their Respective Diseases, demonstrated from the Fabrick and Use of the said Parts. In Six Books. 1 Describing all ... the Bones of Mans Body, according to the ancient method. 2 Describing the Belly, ... 3 Describing the Chest, ... 4 Describing the Head, and Face, ... 5 Describing the Limbs of the Body, ... 6. Containing a new Description of the Bones, by a Method first invented by our Author, ... At the end of the six books, are added twenty four tables, ... Written in Latine by Johannes Riolanus, Junior; Doctor of Physick, Physitian in ordinary to the Queen Mother of France ... Englished by Nich. Culpeper, gent. and W.R. Doctor of the Liberal Arts, and of Physick.

      London: Printed by Peter Cole, and are to be sold at his Shop, at the Sign of the Printing-Press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange. 1657 1657. A very rare first edition of Nicholas Culpeper's English translation of Riolan's 'Encheiridium Anatomicum et Pathologicum', first published in Paris in 1648, in exceptional condition.Folio, leaf size 265x179mm.Bound in contemporary brown calf-covered boards with simple blind border rules on boards; binding slightly scuffed, foredge of front board bumped.Sometime re-backed, retaining the original end-papers, with author and title gilt on spine.[14], 142, 191-288, [12] pages plus [48] leaves of plates with explanatory tables.With initial vertical half-title page: Culpepers Six Books of Physick and Chyrurgery.Includes 24 double plates, with letter-press explanation on inner verso and numbered engraving on inner recto.Includes index.Occasional light pencil underlining of a few words in text. Small paper repair at lower margin of L3 (p.61/62).Some minimal dusting at extremities.Unusually crisp, clean and tight.Wing (CD-ROM, 1996).ESTC R15251.(Further information and photographs available on request.)

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Minda').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar aus Germaniae Superioris b. Johannes Janssonius in Amsterdam, 1657, 37 x 50 (Parthey 869)

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Moguntia. Maintz').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Germaniae Superioris b. Johannes Janssonius in Amsterdam, 1657, 39,5 x 51

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        Gesamtansicht von Konstanz und St. Gallen.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich aus Germaniae Superioris b. Johannes Janssonius in Amsterdam, 1657, 36 x 41

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        SELECT OBSERVATIONS ON ENGLISH BODIES: OR, CURES BOTH EMPERICALL AND HISTORICALL, PERFORMED UPON VERY EMINENT PERSONS IN DESPERATE DISEASES . . . NOW PUT INTO ENGLISH FOR COMMON BENEFIT BY JAMES COOKE PRACTITIONER IN PHYSICK AND CHIRURGERY

      London: Printed for John Sherley, 1657. FIRST EDITION n. This collection of case histories and remedies by a Stratford physician is of interest for its insights into 17th century medicine and for its connection to William Shakespeare. John Hall (ca. 1574-1635) was the only physician in Stratford-on-Avon, and he treated patients within a 20-mile radius of his home, and from as far away as Worcester. He recorded case histories in Latin, making note of the disease and symptoms, and of the successful method of treatment. Norman notes that "Hall had an excellent reputation as a physician, and the single extant volume of his medical diary (now in the British Library) records the wide range of diseases he was called upon to treat and the remedies he concocted for them." Although the modern reader will find some of these "cures" alarming, Hall was ahead of his time in his restrained use of bleeding and in his treatment of scurvy. Hall had married Shakespeare's daughter Susanna, the "Mrs. Hall of Stratford" whose bout with colic is recounted here on p. 24. After his death, she sold a couple of volumes of his medical diary to James Cooke, who had served as a surgeon in the English Civil War. Cooke translated the Latin into English and published the present work in 1657. At the beginning of this volume, our early owner, Dr. John Pither, noted the date of his birth (1679), his marriage (1731), and his 63rd birthday (1742), and he also made marginal notes about remedies he concocted. The number of ownership signatures here indicates the work's value as a medical reference during multiple periods, even into our own time, when it passed into the hands of physician and bibliophile Bent Juel-Jensen (1922-2006) and the distinguished collection of Robert S. Pirie. This work is not commonly seen in the marketplace, and the heavy use to which copies were subjected makes it difficult to find one as well preserved as ours.. 145 x 80 mm. (5 3/4 x 3 1/4"). 12 p.l., 316 pp. (lacking final two blanks). FIRST EDITION. Contemporary sheep, flat spine with remnants of red label. Front inside cover with book label of Bent Juel-Jensen and with ink signature of John Lenro; rear inside cover with bookplate of Robert S. Pirie; front flyleaf with ink ownership inscription and biographical notes of Johannes Pither, M.D.; half title with ink inscription of Evebia Colley; verso of half title with neatly written Latin quotation from Herophilus; title page with ink signature of Thomas Smith at foot; occasional ink marginalia in Dr. Pither's hand. Wing H-356; Krivatsy 5217; Norman 971. Short tear to head and tail of front joint, half-inch wormhole along tail edge of front board, front hinge open (but nothing loose), shallow chips to edges of endleaves, one quire a little proud, occasional minor stains or rust spots, other trivial defects, but still an excellent copy, with no serious problems, of a work usually found in lamentable condition. This collection of case histories and remedies by a Stratford physician is of interest for its insights into 17th century medicine and for its connection to William Shakespeare. John Hall (ca. 1574-1635) was the only physician in Stratford-on-Avon, and he treated patients within a 20-mile radius of his home, and from as far away as Worcester. He recorded case histories in Latin, making note of the disease and symptoms, and of the successful method of treatment. Norman notes that "Hall had an excellent reputation as a physician, and the single extant volume of his medical diary (now in the British Library) records the wide range of diseases he was called upon to treat and the remedies he concocted for them." Although the modern reader will find some of these "cures" alarming, Hall was ahead of his time in his restrained use of bleeding and in his treatment of scurvy. Hall had married Shakespeare's daughter Susanna, the "Mrs. Hall of Stratford" whose bout with colic is recounted here on p. 24. After his death, she sold a couple of volumes of his medical diary to James Cooke, who had served as a surgeon in the English Civil War. Cooke translated the Latin into English and published the present work in 1657. At the beginning of this volume, our early owner, Dr. John Pither, noted the date of his birth (1679), his marriage (1731), and his 63rd birthday (1742), and he also made marginal notes about remedies he concocted. The number of ownership signatures here indicates the work's value as a medical reference during multiple periods, even into our own time, when it passed into the hands of physician and bibliophile Bent Juel-Jensen (1922-2006) and the distinguished collection of Robert S. Pirie. This work is not commonly seen in the marketplace, and the heavy use to which copies were subjected makes it difficult to find one as well preserved as ours.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        LES PROVINCIALES: OR, THE MYSTERIE OF JESUITISME . . . DISPLAYING THE CORRUPT MAXIMES AND POLITICKS OF THAT SOCIETY

      London: Printed by J. G. for R. Royston, 1657. First Edition in English y. Called by PMM "a noble defense of religious faith," this is the initial printing in English of Pascal's denunciaiton of the Jesuit order, in a lovely 19th century French binding. Pascal (1623-62) was a man of many attainments in several fields, among them physics, philosophy, and mathematics (he is said to have invented the first cash register and the first horse-drawn omnibuses of Paris). Above all, he was a profound thinker, a devout Christian, and a writer whose work was always characterized by purity and precision. In his early twenties, he embraced the Jansenist cause, and when the leading French Jansenist Arnaud was accused by the Jesuits of harboring heretical views, Pascal produced the present work, written in the form of a series of 18 letters that attempt to prove the orthodoxy of the Jansenist position on divine grace, and that castigate the Jesuits for a flexible casuistry that sacrifices moral uprightness for the pursuit of power. Written simply, lucidly, and objectively, the work was enormously successful and dealt the Jesuits a serious setback. PMM observes, " Pascal's weapon was irony, and the freshness with which the gravity of the subject contrasts with the lightness of manner is an enduring triumph." Not surprisingly, the book was put on the Index and ordered to be burned. The English translator, writing during the period of Cromwell's rule, reveals himself in the preface as fanatically opposed to the Jesuit order. He gives the author of the letters the name of Louis de Montalte, but is aware that it is a pseudonym. The Joly name is one of the most distinguished in French bookbinding history. After having apprenticed with a provincial binder, Antoine Joly (1838-1917) moved to Paris, found employment with the celebrated Léon Gruel, later formed a partnership with Thibaron in 1874, succeeded him 11 years later, and, in 1892, turned the business over to his son Robert (1870?-1924). "An excellent gilder like his father, Robert designed and produced a range of classical covers. In World War I he was commissioned by Henri Vever to execute bindings decorated by Jules Chadel and Adolphe Giraldon." (Duncan and De Bartha) The present binding is made with the highest quality morocco, is full of animation and creativity, is executed with unfailing expertise, and is offered here in remarkable condition.. 150 x 90 mm. (6 x 3 3/8"). 11 p.l., 409 (i.e., 509), [7] pp. (without the initial blank; including errata and ads at the end). First Edition in English. FINE EARLY 20TH CENTURY CRUSHED BURGUNDY MOROCCO BY JOLY FILS (stamp-signed on front turn-in), covers with central mandorla formed by panels intricately tooled in gilt, fleuron cornerpieces, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with central fleuron enclosed by a lozenge of circlets, volute cornerpieces, gilt titling, densely gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. With extra engraved title page. Wing P-643; Graesse V, 146; PMM 140 (French edition). Very small inner margins because tightly bound, otherwise A BEAUTIFUL COPY, the binding unworn and especially bright, and entirely clean and fresh internally. Called by PMM "a noble defense of religious faith," this is the initial printing in English of Pascal's denunciaiton of the Jesuit order, in a lovely 19th century French binding. Pascal (1623-62) was a man of many attainments in several fields, among them physics, philosophy, and mathematics (he is said to have invented the first cash register and the first horse-drawn omnibuses of Paris). Above all, he was a profound thinker, a devout Christian, and a writer whose work was always characterized by purity and precision. In his early twenties, he embraced the Jansenist cause, and when the leading French Jansenist Arnaud was accused by the Jesuits of harboring heretical views, Pascal produced the present work, written in the form of a series of 18 letters that attempt to prove the orthodoxy of the Jansenist position on divine grace, and that castigate the Jesuits for a flexible casuistry that sacrifices moral uprightness for the pursuit of power. Written simply, lucidly, and objectively, the work was enormously successful and dealt the Jesuits a serious setback. PMM observes, " Pascal's weapon was irony, and the freshness with which the gravity of the subject contrasts with the lightness of manner is an enduring triumph." Not surprisingly, the book was put on the Index and ordered to be burned. The English translator, writing during the period of Cromwell's rule, reveals himself in the preface as fanatically opposed to the Jesuit order. He gives the author of the letters the name of Louis de Montalte, but is aware that it is a pseudonym. The Joly name is one of the most distinguished in French bookbinding history. After having apprenticed with a provincial binder, Antoine Joly (1838-1917) moved to Paris, found employment with the celebrated Léon Gruel, later formed a partnership with Thibaron in 1874, succeeded him 11 years later, and, in 1892, turned the business over to his son Robert (1870?-1924). "An excellent gilder like his father, Robert designed and produced a range of classical covers. In World War I he was commissioned by Henri Vever to execute bindings decorated by Jules Chadel and Adolphe Giraldon." (Duncan and De Bartha) The present binding is made with the highest quality morocco, is full of animation and creativity, is executed with unfailing expertise, and is offered here in remarkable condition.

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        Brema (Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau).

      Amsterdam 1657 - Kupferstich Amsterdam 1657, 51 x 41. Faltspuren geglättet, sehr gut erhalten. * Fauser 1881. Eindrucksvolle und detaillierte Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau. Oben links das Stadtwappen, unten rechts Erläuterung der 30 wichtigsten Gebäude. Sehr dekoratives Blatt mit Einzeichnung aller Gebäude, am Unterrand die bereits teilweise bebaute Neustadt. Faltspuren geglättet, sehr gut erhalten.

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        Gorlitz Gorlitium, Urbs superioris Lusatiae, aduivum Delineata, Anno Salutis, CIC, IC LXXV.

      Joan. Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1657 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash when published. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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