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        Bel ensemble de documents sur Nantes et la Loire-Atlantique dont esclavage.

      - 12 divers Divers 1658-1892 bon - Beaux-arts. 3 lettres du secrétaire général de la Société des amis des arts de Nantes (Des Camps de Lalanne) au collectionneur Guitton + 1 double d'une réponse de ce dernier. 5 pp. in-8 et in-12, en-têtes de la Société des amis des arts de Nantes. 1891-1892. Correspondance relative à la négociation et la vente de toiles du peintre nantais Charles Jousset (1857/1907). - Rétribution de la charge de lieutenant du régiment des gardes françaises « estant de présent logez au chasteau dudit Chasteaubriand ». Parchemin. Châteaubriand, le 27 février 1658. - Lettre à en-tête du Phare de la Loire, journal quotidien. Nantes, vers 1900. 2 pp. in-8. Signée d'un monogramme + une autre signée Frédéric Auterive (1872) sur les publications. - Lettre écrite par un détenu de la maison d'arrêt du Bouffay, datée du 15 thermidor, à son avocat, à Nantes. 1 p. in-4. - Certificats d'assiduité aux cours de l'Ecole communale de Nantes, en mathématiques, belles-lettres françaises et latines, langue anglaise. Signés par les professeurs et le maire de Nantes. An 12. 4 pp. in-4. - 2 petits imprimés annonçant des ventes publiques à Nantes de denrées coloniales (1809). - [Esclavage]. Imprimé de Nantes, du XVIIIe, annonçant les « prix courant d'assurance », en particulier pour le commerce triangulaire : « De France à la Côte-d'Or & S. Domingue, avec permission d'escale à Lisbonne », au Bénin, à la Côte d'Angole, au Sénégal, à l'Isle-de-France, à la côte de Mozambique, etc. On joint 1 lettre du préfet de Loire Inférieure (Le Tourneur, an 10) et 2 lettres des administrateurs du département de Loire –inférieure (an 5 – an 6). Vignettes. Sur la vente des biens des émigrés. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Traces Ecrites]
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        Stätte-Buch (10 Teile in 1 Band).: Oder Ausführliche und auß vielen bewehrten alten und neuen Scribenten zusammen in ein Corpus gebrachte Beschreibung der fürnehmsten Stätte, Plätz und Vestungen,

      Frankfurt, Beyer, Ammon und Serlin, 1658. - meistens in Europa, auch theils in andern Theilen der gantzen Welt: Worbey: Eine Continuirende Verzeichnus derjenigen notabelsten und denckwürdigsten Geschichten, so sich ein und andern Orts, fürnehmlich circa Ortum, Brandschäden, oder gäntzlichen Ruin, begeben und zugetragen. Mit koloriertem Kupfertitel, 67 kolorierte Textholzschnitten mit Städteansichten, 3 Blatt, 962 Seiten; 1 Blatt, 138; 112; 72; 38; 100; 88; 136; 198; 24 Seiten, 20 x 16 cm, Pergamentband der Zeit, Einband etwas angestaubt, innen papierbedingt unterschiedlich gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, insgesamt in guter Erhaltung. VD17 23:230448E. Letzte Ausgabe des erstmals 1581 erschienenen Städtelexikons von Abraham Saur (1545-1593): "sein "Theatrum Urbium" fand bis zum Jahre 1658 sechs z. T. vermehrte Auflagen" (ADB XXX, 419). Es zeichnet sich vor allem durch die überaus exakten, teils statistischen, oft auch historischen Beschreibungen der deutschen und europäischen Städte aus, die mit den herrlichen Holzschnitten als Veduten, teils aus der Vogelschau dargestellt sind. Diese Ansichten sind meist überaus genau, so dass man die ganze Morphologie des Geländes, die Topographie der Städte und deren Architektur und Monumente erkennen kann. Mit Ansichten von Aachen, Augsburg, Basel, Braunschweig, Bremen, Breslau, Dresden, Erfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Freiburg, Friedberg, usw. Vorliegend in einem schönen altkolorierten Exemplar.

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        ADVICE TO A SON. Or, Directions For Your Better Conduct, Through the Various and Most Important Encounters of This Life... [With] ADVICE TO A SON. The Second Part. [With] POLITCALL REFLECTIONS UP THE GOVERNMENT OF THE TURKS. A Discourse on Nicolas Machiavel; The King of Sweden's Descent into Germany; The Conspiracy of Piso and Vindex against Nero; The Greatnesse and Corruption of the Court of Rome; The Election of Pope Leo XI; The Defection From the Church of Rome; A Discourse in Vindication of Martin Luther

      Oxford: By H.H. for Tho. Robinson, 1658, 1658, 1662. 3 books bound as one volume. 6th edition and very early printing of "Advice to a Son", First edition of "Advice the Second Part" and third edition of the collection of discourses. 12mo, full near contemporary calf, the spine gilt tooled in three compartments between gilt ruled bands, one compartment with a brown morocco label gilt lettered and decorated. [A1-4], 188, [8]; [xi], 189, [3]; [iv], 194. Internally very well preserved, quite crisp and fresh with only minor and less then expected evidence of age, the binding without restoration and with some age-wear, still a solid copy. SCARCE WORKS BY ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR WRITERS OF HIS DAY, including his most famous, ADVICE TO A SON. His "Advice" was one of the best known works at the time of its initial publication in 1656 but was also extremely controversial. The first edition was published anonymously, Osborn did not attach his name to the work till 1658. In it he argues against the Monarchy, Marriage, Women and libraries. After this 1658 publication the book was suppressed by the Vice Chancellor and after the Restoration it was brought before the House of Lords as treasonous. The "Advice" is broken down into five major categories; Studies, Love and Marriage, Travel, Government, and Religion. The second part was even more combustible, but did not meet with the same popularity. The third book included here contains a very early English discourse on Machiavelli, Osborn's well researched work on the Turkish Government and several other short discourses.

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        Rhinolandiæ, Amstelandiæ, et circumjacent aliquot territorioru. accurata desc.

      1658 - By: Johannes Janssonius Date: 1641 / 1658 (published ) Amsterdam Dimensions: 17.7 x 21.5 inches (45 x 54.5 cm) Oriented with northwest at the top, this exceptionally engraved and colored map displays the area of Holland between Amsterdam and The Hague (s’Gravenhagen), including the North Sea coast, Haarlem, Leyden, Gouda, and Montfoort. Street plans of towns are shown in detail. Individual fields and polders are named throughout. Condition: Upper left and right corners torn in area far above margin. Some light water staining in upper corners, also far outside margin. There is also a small area where oxidation of the green pigment has broken through the paper. Superb original color. Inventory #19188

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        A Commentary on Antoninus His Itinerary, or Journies of the Roman Empire, So Far it Concerneth Britain | Wherein The First Foundation of Our Cities, Lawes, and Government, According to the Roman Policy, are Clearly Discovered; Whence All Succeeding Ages Have Drawn Their Originall. The Ancient Names of their Garrisons within this Island are Restored to the Modern, with their Site, and True Distances; Their Military Waies, and Walls; with Many Antiquities, Medalls, Inscriptions, and Urnes, are Recovered from the Ruine of Time

      Printed by Thomas Roycroft and are to be sold by Henry Twyford in Vine-Court Middle Temple, London First Edition 1658. 1658., 1658. First edition hard back binding in full leather, five raised bands to the spine, red morocco gilt title and author lettering label, gilt lattice work and centre tools between the bands. 4to. 11¼ x 7½''. Frontispiece, title-page in red and black, 20 pages of preliminaries including the single leaf Preface to the Reader, double page map, woodcut initials and illustrations in the text, 266, [6] pages, errata to final leaf verso. Two old bookplates to the front paste, the first from William Hamper (12 December 1776 - 3 May 1831), an English businessman, magistrate and antiquary and signed by him to the second front free end paper 'William Hamper 1800', and the second belonging to Walter J. J. Pilgrim, modern records society plate opposite. Rubbing to the high points of the boards, darkening of the text block edges and margins. The Antonine Itinerary (Latin: Itinerarium Antonini Augusti, lit. "The Itinerary of the Emperor Antoninus") is a famous itinerarium, a register of the stations and distances along various roads. Seemingly based on official documents, possibly from a survey carried out under Augustus, it describes the roads of the Roman Empire. Owing to the scarcity of other extant records of this type, it is a valuable historical record. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Paraphrasis Dat is: Uytbreyding Van Joannes Crellius Frankus Over de meeste en voornaemste Brieven der Apostelen. Van welken het Register aan d'andere zijde staat. Uyt het Latijn vertaalt. WAARBIJ: Jonas Stichting van Bukowieks Uitbreiding Over de 15 eerste Verssen, van 't eerste Kapittel van Joannes Euanfelium, Met een bygevooeghde uytbreyding van het overige des zelfden Kapittels, door D.K.F.

      Vrederijkstad, voor Filalethius Vreederijk (Amsterdam) 16XX (na het Jaar 1658). 2 werken in 1 band, (4), (2) 12, (2) 118, (2) 52, (2) 16, (2) 15, (2) 12, (2) 93, (2) 45 p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (Plaatselijk een lichte vochtvlek in de bovenste hoek van het boekblok. Zeldzaam werk over de brieven van Paulus door de Poolse/Duitse sociniaanse theoloog Johann Crell, 1590-1633. Aan bod komen die brief aan de Romeinen, Galaten, Efeziërs, Filippensen, Kolossensen en de Hebreeën. Gevolgd door een verklaring van de brief van Jakobus en Judas door een onbekende auteur onder de afkorting D.K.F. Ingevoegd is een verklaring van Johannes 1 vers 1-15 door de tevens Poolse sociniaanse theoloog Jonasz. Szlichtyng, 1592-1661. Mooi exemplaar.).

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        PSEUDODOXIA EPIDEMICA: or, Enquiries into Very many Received Tenents, And commonly Presumed Truths. By Thomas Brown [sic] Dr. of Physick. ... Whereunto are now added two discourses, the one of Urn-Burial, ... the other of The Garden of Cyrus

      London: Printed for Edward Dod, and are to be sould by Andrew Crook at the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard, 1658. The Fourth Edition with Marginal Observations and a Table Alphabetical. (22 cm x 16.5 cm), pp. (irregular pagination): [xvi], 118, 135-356, 369-468, [viii], 73, [3] - (adverts & 1 blank), [15] - (Alphabetical Table). Lacks the longitudinal leaf: "Dr. Brown's Enquiries & Garden of Cyrus.", Title-page: "Hydriotaphia Urne-Buriall, or A Discourse of the Sepulchrall Urns lately found in Norfolk. Together with the Garden of Cyrus, or The Quincunciall Lozenge, or Net-work Plantations of the Ancients, Artificially, Naturally, Mystically Considered, With Sundry Observations. By Thomas Browne D. of Physick. London: Printed for Hen. Brome at the Signe of the Gun in Ivy-lane., 1658.", with a frontispiece engraving of urns, plus the title-page: "The Garden of Cyrus, or the Quincuncial Lozenge, or Net-work Plantations of the Ancients, Artifically, Naturally, Mystically Considered. By Thomas Brown [sic] D. of Physick. Printed in the Year, 1658." with a frontispiece engraving of the Quincuncial Lozenge (it appears there was an error in the binding as another urn illustration was incorrectly bound-in at this point and the Quincuncial Lozenge engraving was mounted to cover the urns), there is also an engraving within the text at 5F2a. Contemporary blind-ruled calf, four raised bands, gilt-stamped leather spine label, edges stained red. From the library of educator, author and Thomas Browne scholar Norman Endicott, but without his bookplate. A few small, neat ink additions to the side-notes with some in Greek, very occasional light offsetting, else interior very good. Covers a little scuffed, one nicely done circular leather repair to upper cover, skillful, almost imperceptible re-jointing and repairs to the corners, bottom corner of front pastedown and upper corner of rear pastedown replaced, edge of spine label worn slightly affecting the "R" in Vulgar, minor invisible paper repairs to lower edge of first 4 leaves, otherwise a very good copy, secure, clean, tight copy. First published in 1646, this encyclopaedic and still entertaining debunking of popular beliefs, has been continually reissued. Keynes 76. Keynes surmises that the longitudinal label, "was probably intended to be torn out by the bookseller and used as an advertisement in his shop; it is in consequence often missing." . Original full leather. Very Good. Small Quarto.

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        Antique Master Print-THE PRODIGAL SON-Anonymous-De Wael-ca. 1658

      - Antique print, untitled. The story of the Prodigal Son; the departure. Etching on hand laid paper; Watermark: Initials. Description: From a set of four prints with the story of the Prodigial Son. Published by Martinus van den Enden. Early ed. of this rare print. State: II (4). Ref: Hollstein 1. Artists and Engravers: Made by Anonymous after Cornelis de Wael. Cornelis de Wael (1592-1667) was active as painter and art dealer. He stayed in Italy for a large part of his career. It is not clear whether he made prints himself. Condition: Very good, no margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-142 GV The overall size is ca. 11.8 x 7.7 inch. The image size is ca. 11.8 x 7.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 30 x 19.5 cm. The image size is ca. 30 x 19.5 cm.

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        LA BRIGLIA DEL FURORE OVERO ALESSANDRIA DIFESA. ALL'ILL.MO & ECC.MO SIG. E PAT. IL SIGOR PRENCIPE DON MARIO GHIGGI

      Bergamo Per gli heredi di Marc'Antonio Rossi 1658 16° Pagine 1 carta bianca + 236 + 1 carta bianca. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena e piatti marmorizzati con angoli. Titolo oro al dorso su tassello. Mancanza al dorso e al piatto anteriore. Manca l'antiporta per il resto ottimo esemplare di questa rarissima opera dedicata ad Alessandria. 2 copie conservate in Italia. Edizione originale, molto rara, di questo poemetto in 6 canti dedicato all'assedio della citta' di Alessandria da parte dei Francesi del 1657. Durante l'assedio 'il vescovo Scaglia pratico' le parti non piu' di prelato, e pastore, che di guerriero; e siccome volle che il suo clero medesimo travagliasse alla difesa della patria, cosi' egli stesso l'animo' colla su presenza... Obbligo' quindi Alessandro Cassola a dargliene lodi particolari nel canto terzo del suo poema su tale assedio... uscito l'anno seguente 1658, dalla stanza 13 alla 21...' Cfr: (Chenna, Del vescovato, vescovi e delle chiese della citta' e diocesi d'Alessandria, I, 1785, pp. 318-319). D'Ayala, p. 259. Vallauri, Storia della poesia in Piemonte, I, p. 455. Quadrio, IV, p. 689. Belloni, Gli epigoni della Gerusalemme liberata, p. 524. ITA

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        Opera omnia in sex tomos divisa .

      Lyon, Laurent Anisson and Jean Baptiste Devenet, 1658 - 6 vols bound in 4, folio (352 x 228 mm), [lvi, including engraved portrait on verso of half-title and engraved funerary monument with portrait on i6v] 752 [14]; [viii, including blank] 860 [10]; [xliv] 662 [2, blank]; [viii] 536; [xiii] 740 [34, including blank leaf]; [xii] 545 [3, blank], titles in red and black, numerous woodcuts in text; some light marginal spotting, faint marginal waterstains on a few gatherings, overall a very good copy in contemporary speckled calf, ruled in blind, spines in seven compartments, small splits to joints but cords sound, a couple of cords just visible. First edition of Gassendi’s Opera, containing significant texts published here for the first time, including ‘his masterpiece’ (DSB), the Syntagma philosophicum. The Opera ‘was published in six volumes by his friends in Lyons (1658), according to a plan he had established himself. The first two volumes contain the Syntagma; the third, a series of scientific works; the fourth, the astronomical lectures and observations; the fifth, the Lives of Astronomers and Epicurean works, as well as the Life of Peiresc; and the sixth, the Latin correspondence he had selected to preserve [688 letters in all]’ (op cit). Gassendi himself obtained the licence to print the volumes. Gassendi was a convinced atomist and Galilean, and accepted the Copernican heliocentric planetary system. He formulated an accurate theory of inertia that was an advance on those of Kepler and Galileo. He was the first to record a transit of Mercury, believed in the reality of a vacuum, measured the speed of sound and proved that it remained constant and was independent of pitch, and gave an account of the elasticity of air that anticipates Boyle. Moreover, he constructed a materialist and empirical philosophy that provided the framework for the ‘New Sciences’. ‘Gassendi held that the atoms were the first things created, not in infinite number, as Democritus had said, but in a number sufficient to create the finite universe we know. They are endowed with an unalterable (in French inamissible) movement propelling them without interference in all directions through the void. There is no swerving (no clinamen). The collisions that necessarily take place annul motion and result in the appearance of immobility. Collisions form molecules which are particles identifiable by several attributes. The homogeneous atomic particles for their part are endowed only with shape, resistance, minimum size, and a “weight” that is the effect of their elementary movement. Molecules combine in fewer ways than atoms to form sensible objects, possessing not powers, or internal qualities capable of activity, but mechanical forces. Various circumstances may liberate those forces in such a manner that impressions are made on other objects, notably the senses of living beings. At this level, other forces become effective - for example, chemical forces. ‘The dynamism that is sometimes noticed in Gassendian physics, and that justifies the expression semina rerum (borrowed from Lucretius) to designate the atoms, was merely this accumulation of an energy potential, conceivable even in biology. For living bodies are subjected to the same laws as others . These ideas contained the entire arsenal upon which future materialists could draw ‘A partisan of new ideas, [Gassendi’s] true intellectual master was Galileo as early as 12 July 1625 he wrote to Galileo that he shared his Copernican ideas ‘Gassendi details the errors in Aristotle’s arguments against the motion of the earth, and discusses errors in Aristotelian astronomy, besides those relating to the supposed immobility of the Earth, such as the nature of comets, the secondary light of the moon, the differences between planets and stars, and cites recent astronomical discoveries, including his own observations made on October 3 1619. ‘Gassendi had shortly before moved to Grenoble where he had been appointed a canon. He had already examined the discoveries o [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historischer und verständiger Blumen - Gärtner oder ...... Fortsetzung siehe Beschreibung

      Garten ..............Unterricht von Bau - und Wartung der Blumen , Bäume und Stauden - Gewächse , so zur Aufputzung eines Garten dienen können , dabey zugleich geweisen wird , wie und welcher gestalt allerhand Lust - Stücken , bedeckte Gänge , Lust - Gebüsch und Rasen - Plätze , Portale , Säulen und andere dergleichen Stücken , welche sich gemeiniglich in grosseen Gärten und nbey Land - Gütern zu befinden pflegen , anzulegen und zuzurichten seyn , so, alles aufs deutlichste und verständlichste gezeigt wird - , Diesem sin annoch beigefügt nützliche Unterredungen und Gespräche zwischen einem Garten - Liebhaber und Gärtner , von Anlegung , Wartung und Pflegung eines Baum - und Küchen - Gartens , dabey allerhand neue und probat erfundene Garten -Künste , nicht weniger neue Anmerckungen von Wart - und Pflegung der Bäume , den Liebhaber mitgeteilet werden - , 2 Blätter Widmung + 2 Blätter Vorrede + 576 S. Blumengärtner + 20 Kupfer , desweiteren diverse kleine Abbildungen im Text , ab S. 577 " Unterredungen und Gesprächen ........- S. 783 + 30 S. Register , Pappband der Zeit , neben dem Titelblatt noch ein weiterer Kupfer , !! es fehlt der Rücken !! , die Tafeln sind größtenteils lose , der Einband berieben und bestoßen , Buchblock gut erhaltenmit rotem Schnitt =: Louis Liger *1658 - 1717* = auf Wusch kann die Anschrift einer guten Restauratorin übermittelt werden ! =

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        A commentary on Antoninus his itinerary or journies of the Romane empire, so far as it concerneth Britain [ ]

      London: Printed by Tho. Roycroft and are to be sold by Henry Twyford in Vine Court Middle Temple and T Twyford at the Inner Temple Gate, 1658 [xx], 266, [6] pages + frontispiece and double page map. ESTC R6432, here 20 pages of preliminaries, lacking the single leaf Preface to the Reader. Title page browned, pages browned and spotted throughout, heavily in places. In worn old leather covered boards, respined at some point in the past, but the rear board is now very nearly detached. Final leaf of index detached as is the rear free end paper. Ink owner's name at the head of the title page - J Sotheby.. Full leather. Good.

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        (Fidus Achates, qui peregrinationis atque itineris sui socium & comitem, (...) accurate & solicite monet). Pars 2 (von II): Martini Zeilleri fidi achatis sive peregrinationis & itineris sui comitis.

      Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1658. 16°. Mit 28 (von 42) gestoch. doppelblattgroßen Tafeln. 1 Bl., S. 281-672, 69 Bl. (Index). Pgt. d. Zt. mit Rsch. (dieses mit geringen Fehlstellen). Einzige illustrierte Ausgabe von Zeillers erstmals 1632 / 1640 in Straßburg erschienenem \"Itinerarium Germaniae\". - Dieser Reiseführer \"enthält - nach Reiseroute gegliedert - historische, topographische und landeskundliche Beschreibungen des gesamten deutschsprachigen Raumes mit angrenzenden Gebieten\" (Griep/Luber). - Vorliegender Band enthält Ansichten und Beschreibungen u.a. von Schweidnitz, Stuttgart, Basel, Zürich, Ulm, Bremen, Stade, Memmingen und Wien. - Fauser LXXXIV. Wüthrich IV, S. 7. - Fehlt bei Griep/Luber. Vgl. ebd. 1523 und 1524. - Spiegel und vorderer Vorsatz mit alten Besitzvermerken (Exlibris, Stempel). Titel rückseitig gestempelt. Stellenweise im Rand etwas fleckig. Die Tafeln sauber und unbeschädigt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        Lilium Francicum, veritate historica, botanica, et heraldica illustratum.

      Antwerpen Officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti 1658 - (34 x 21,5 cm). (4) 141 (2) S. Mit 16 Textkupfern. Halblederband der Zeit, unbeschnitten. Einzige Ausgabe. - Das Werk beleuchtet die Lilie und ihr Vorkommen in allen Bereichen, von der Heraldik über die Emblematik bis hin zur frühen Geschichte Frankreichs. - Titel verso gestempelt. Einband leicht berieben. Hinterer Deckel mit Schabspur. Rücken sehr sauber erneuert. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - Hunt 277; De Belder 67; nicht bei Nissen [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Morgenländische Reyse=Beschreibung. Worinnen zugleich die gelegenheit und heutiger Zustand etlicher fürnehmen Indianischen Länder, Provincien, Städte und insulen, sampt derer Einwohner Leben, Sitten, Glauben und Handthierung: wie auch die Beschaffenheit der Seefahrt über das Oceanische Meer. Heraus gegeben durch Adam Olearius. Mit desselben unterschiedlichen Notis oder Anmerckungen, wie auch mit vielen Kupffer Platen gezieret.

      Schleswig, Johan Holwein, 1658. Folio. Contemp. full vellum. Covers and spine fully intact but with some spots. and light wear along edges. It seems to be bound for a person with the initials W L E M (in gold letters on top of frontcover) and the year, 1658 (also in gold letters at bottom of frontcover). Engraved frontispiece (by G. Rothgiesser) and engraved portrait (Mandelslo). (32),248,(36) pp., 21 large textengravings by Rothgiesser and 1 double-page engraved map (ca 29 x 34 cm.) "Delineatio Indiæ Orientalis". Frontispiece a bit frayed in margins, no loss. Printed title-page a bit frayed at bottom, no loss. Last leaf with errata on verso frayed in margins, no loss of letters. Occassionally some browning to some quires in the first part. ¶ First edition of the complete German edition of the collected travels of Mandelslo, edited by Adam Olearius who was entrusted the editing after the original manuscript turned up after Mandelslo's death in Paris 1644.Birkelund, 55. - Thesaurus, 582. - Bibl. Dan. II,411-14.

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        Laurus Actorum Publicorum Europae : Consilio & Industria Leopoldo Rom. Imperatori Augusto. Germ. Hungariae. Bohem. Dalm. Croat. Slavon. &c. Regi. Archid. Austriae. &c.

      insgesamt guter Zustand:Das Buch ist mit späteren Einband nachgebunden, der Titel (siehe Fotos) etwas bestossen , Knick am unteren Eck und , zwischen Blatt 3 und 4 Buchblock angebrochen, beinhaltet: CAPITULATIO LEOPOLDO CAESARI 1658,58S. und weitere kleine Schriften

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        Opera omnia

      1658 - Ninc Demum in. V. Tomos ordine conuenientiori quam hactenus digesta, ab innumeris superiorum Editionum nauis diligenti cura, cum M. SS collatione costigata: His nunc primum adduntur multa hactenus inedita; Epistolarum Argumenta, Tractatuum in Capita dostinctiones; lemmata, notaeque, marginales; noui Scripturarum, Rerum, Locorumque communium Indices: Acccedunt Libri VI I. Vitae S. Bernard. Elogia, Item Chronologia Vitae. Scriptorum Eiusdem Annotationes, aliaque ad lucem Operis commodum Lectoris. Studio & Labore Jacobi Merloni Horstii SS. Theologiae Licent. B. Marlae in Pasculo Colon. Pastoris. Lugduni 1658. Impensis Societatis Bibliopolarum Parisiensivm ad Insigne Nauis. T. 1 - 6 (w 2-óch wol.) (38 x 24 cm), k. [8], s. 152, k.[2], s. 272, k. [2], d. 139; k. [6], s. 140, k. [4], s.384, k. k. [2], s. 92, 59, 15, k. [41], frontispis w miedziorycie, 2 miedzioryty tyt., winiety w drzeworycie, opr. perg. z epoki. Ślady niew. zawilg. Stan dobry. Oprawa z tłoczeniami. Dzieła wszystkie św. Bernarda (1091 - 1153), opat klarawalleński, doktor kościoła, wpłynął na wielu władców i możnych aby podjęli krucjaty dla oswobodzenia Ziemi Swiętej. Założył 160 klasztorów na terenie Włoch, Francji i Niemiec. Dzieła Świętego Bernarda miały mnóstwo wydań Na język polski celniejsze pisma tłómaczył Michał Bohusz Szyszko. (Orgelbrand). All works of saint Bernard. Volumes 1 - 6 bound in two books. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Paraphrasis Dat is: Uytbreyding Van Joannes Crellius Frankus Over de meeste en voornaemste Brieven der Apostelen. Van welken het Register aan d'andere zijde staat. Uyt het Latijn vertaalt. WAARBIJ: Jonas Stichting van Bukowieks Uitbreiding Over de 15 eerste Verssen, van 't eerste Kapittel van Joannes Euanfelium, Met een bygevooeghde uytbreyding van het overige des zelfden Kapittels, door D.K.F.

      Vrederijkstad, voor Filalethius Vreederijk (Amsterdam) 16XX (na het Jaar 1658) - 2 werken in 1 band, (4), (2) 12, (2) 118, (2) 52, (2) 16, (2) 15, (2) 12, (2) 93, (2) 45 p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (Plaatselijk een lichte vochtvlek in de bovenste hoek van het boekblok. Zeldzaam werk over de brieven van Paulus door de Poolse/Duitse sociniaanse theoloog Johann Crell, 1590-1633. Aan bod komen die brief aan de Romeinen, Galaten, Efeziërs, Filippensen, Kolossensen en de Hebreeën. Gevolgd door een verklaring van de brief van Jakobus en Judas door een onbekende auteur onder de afkorting D.K.F. Ingevoegd is een verklaring van Johannes 1 vers 1-15 door de tevens Poolse sociniaanse theoloog Jonasz. Szlichtyng, 1592-1661. Mooi exemplaar.)

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        Royaume de Danemarq. Par le Sr Sanson.Med stor barokkartouche i samtidig kolorering.

      1658 (17th Century), Size 41x53 cm Very fine engraved anf handcoulored map of Denmark, First general map of denmark in french origin

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        Den Vitberømte oc Nafnkundige Philosophi eller Visdoms-Elskeris Skrifter som om Sæderne oc et Skickeligt Lefnit handler oc med Bestandighed i Medgang og Modgang det at fremdrage underviser. Oversat af Birgitte Thott.

      Tryckt ... af Georg Hantsch, Sorøe 1658. 4°, (40),184,324,374,(4) s., med kobberstukket titelblad, portræt mangler, samtidigt plettet helpergament.

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        Den Vitberømte oc Nafnkundige Philosophi eller Visdoms-Elskeris Skrifter

      Sorø, Georg Hantsch, 1658. (38) + 183 + 324 + 374 + (2). Indb. nyere rødt hellæder med mønsterprægede permer. Stort format. (Sign. Tetens Bogbinderi) Som om Sæderne oc et Skickeligt Lefnit handler/ oc Med Bestandighed i Medgang oc Modgang det at fremdrage underviser. Af Samme Authore paa Latine skrefvit. Nu paa voris Danske Maal ofversat af den sin Næste dermed at tiene Begierer Trolig.Bindet er smukt. Bogen har følgende mangler som er erstatte

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        Dispensatorium Hafniense, Jussu Superiorum à Medicis Hafniensibus adornatum.

      Hafniae (Copenhagen), Georg Lamprecht, 1658. 4to. Completely uncut in the original blank interim boards with a marbled paper spine with handwritten title-label. A bit of scattered brownspotting and a small marginal damp stain to some leaves. All in all a very good copy in original state. Lovely engraved frontispiece (which is usually lacking), (8), 283, (18) pp. ¶ The very rare first - and only - edition of the first Danish pharmacopoeia, which was not only the first official formulary/collection of recipes in Denmark, but also the only one for more than a century. The present copy is in the first issue, with Lamprecht as printer, and not Paulli. "In the year of 1658 Denmark got her first official formulary when "Dispensatorium Hafniense was published. On the title-page this publication bears the title Dispensatorium Hafniense, in other words, The Dispensatory of Copenhagen, and as this indicates, its purpose was to be an aid to the pharmacists in the capital of Denmark. At this time Copenhagen had but three pharmacies of which the first was established in the year of 1546, but within the year of publication of the dispensatory, the fourth pharmacy was established in Copenhagen. Although this formulary according to its origin, was intended to be of assistance to the pharmacies of Copenhagen, it was, however, some years later in connection with the "Medical ordinance of the 4th of December, 1672" stetd to be obligatory for all pharmacies in "The kingdom and countries" and as such remained the valid pharmacopoeia until the first edition of "Pharmacopoea Danica" was published in 1772.!" (Kurt Bærentsen: Dispensatorium Hafniense in the Light of History (the afterword to the facsimile-edition of the work, 1966), p. 17).Although no less than ten physicians and professors of medicine in Copenhagen - amoung them Simon Pauilli and Rasmus Bartholin - were co-workers on the project, the principal person in the preparation of the "Dispensatorium Hafniense" was Thomas Bartholin. The work is also known as "Bartholin's Dispensatorium". Thomas Bartholin (1616-1680) was one of the leading physicians of his time, now remembered, among many other things, as the discoverer of the lymphatic system. He "was the most celebrated physician of his period in Denmark and perhaps in all of Europe". (Kronick, p. 81). He is considered "a typical representative of the "Curiosi naturae" of the 17th century with all their learning, diligence and insatiable spirit of curiosity... He belonged with all his heart to the learned period, and yet he made an anatomical-physiological discovery of high mark when he found, and demonstrated, a hitherto entirely unknown vascular system in animals, and later in man - the lymphatic." (Meisen, p. 25). He was a hugely influential and extremely productive man. Apart from his seminal discovery of the lymphatic system, he wrote a number of highly influential treatises, published a series of very influential anatomical papers, published his vast correspondence with other scientists, which has the character of a scientific archive at a time when there were not yet periodicals of natural science, provided us with the most extensive information about medicine in Denmark and about the conditions of the physicians, called attention to the significance of pathological anatomy, created one of the earliest scientific journals in the world and compiled the first pharcopoeae in the country. In short, Thomas Bartholin is the main exponent of an era in Danish science that became one of the most memorable.

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        Historischer und verständiger Blumen - Gärtner oder ...... Fortsetzung siehe Beschreibung

      Garten ..............Unterricht von Bau - und Wartung der Blumen , Bäume und Stauden - Gewächse , so zur Aufputzung eines Garten dienen können , dabey zugleich geweisen wird , wie und welcher gestalt allerhand Lust - Stücken , bedeckte Gänge , Lust - Gebüsch und Rasen - Plätze , Portale , Säulen und andere dergleichen Stücken , welche sich gemeiniglich in grosseen Gärten und nbey Land - Gütern zu befinden pflegen , anzulegen und zuzurichten seyn , so, alles aufs deutlichste und verständlichste gezeigt wird - , Diesem sin annoch beigefügt nützliche Unterredungen und Gespräche zwischen einem Garten - Liebhaber und Gärtner , von Anlegung , Wartung und Pflegung eines Baum - und Küchen - Gartens , dabey allerhand neue und probat erfundene Garten -Künste , nicht weniger neue Anmerckungen von Wart - und Pflegung der Bäume , den Liebhaber mitgeteilet werden - , 2 Blätter Widmung + 2 Blätter Vorrede + 576 S. Blumengärtner + 20 Kupfer , desweiteren diverse kleine Abbildungen im Text , ab S. 577 " Unterredungen und Gesprächen ........- S. 783 + 30 S. Register , Pappband der Zeit , neben dem Titelblatt noch ein weiterer Kupfer , !! es fehlt der Rücken !! , die Tafeln sind größtenteils lose , der Einband berieben und bestoßen , Buchblock gut erhaltenmit rotem Schnitt =: Louis Liger *1658 - 1717* = auf Wusch kann die Anschrift einer guten Restauratorin übermittelt werden ! =

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        De Wech des Levens, Ofte, Korte ende eenvoudige Onderwyzinge, Van de Natuer ende Eyghenschappen van de ware Kracht der Godsalicheyt. Den Schijn-heyligen tot beschaminge, ende alle oprechte Christenen tot noodighe Opweckinge ende Versterckinge voor-gestelt. Tweede Druck.

      Utrecht, Jacob van Doeyenborch 1658 - (24) 358 (2) p. Origineel Perkament, 12°

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        Maximes of reason, or, The reason of the common law of England

      R. & W.L. for W. Lee, A. Crook, D. Pakeman, H. Twiford, G. Bedell, T. Dring, J. Place 1658 - Folio, 30 cm. Early English printing. Partial black letter type. Modern fine binding. 7 preliminary leaves, 772 (i.e. 720), [12] pages. Wingate's compilation and commentary on 214 legal maxims. Refs: Thomas Jefferson Library's, Chapter 19. Jurisprudence. Common Law. No. 251. Wing W3021. Reason of the common law of England. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Antique Map-DRENTHE-NETHERLANDS-Janssonius-1658

      - Map : ''Drentia comitatus .' (Map of Drenthe.) Copper engraved contemp. hand coloured map of Drenthe, a province in the Netherlands. Large cartouche with coats of arms. This map is by J. Janssonius after W. Blaeu. Latin text on verso. Copper engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Original hand colour. Description: From 'Atlas Novus', published in Amsterdam, 1658 latin edition.Artists and Engravers: Johannes Janssonius also known as Jan Jansson was born 1588 in Arnhem, Netherlands. His father was a bookseller and publisher (Jan Janszoon the Elder). When he married the daughter of the cartographer Jodocus Hondius he also set up a business as book publisher in Amsterdam. His first map was published in 1616. Around 15 years later he set up a partnership with his brother in law Hondius add issued further editions of the Mercator/Hondius atlas. After his death in 1664, his heirs still have published several maps. Many of his plates have been acquired by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk. Condition: Excellent; general age related toning; some light staining from handling. Rear latin text. Storage location: (BG) B24-38 The overall size is ca. 23.2 x 19.7 inch. The image size is ca. 20.9 x 15.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 59 x 50 cm. The image size is ca. 53 x 38.5 cm.

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        Fidus Achates, qui peregrinationis atque itineris sui socium & comitem, (.) accurate & solicite monet). Pars 2 (von II): Martini Zeilleri fidi achatis sive peregrinationis & itineris sui comitis.

      Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1658 - 16°. Mit 28 (von 42) gestoch. doppelblattgroßen Tafeln. 1 Bl., S. 281-672, 69 Bl. (Index). Einzige illustrierte Ausgabe von Zeillers erstmals 1632 / 1640 in Straßburg erschienenem "Itinerarium Germaniae". - Dieser Reiseführer "enthält - nach Reiseroute gegliedert - historische, topographische und landeskundliche Beschreibungen des gesamten deutschsprachigen Raumes mit angrenzenden Gebieten" (Griep/Luber). - Vorliegender Band enthält Ansichten und Beschreibungen u.a. von Schweidnitz, Stuttgart, Basel, Zürich, Ulm, Bremen, Stade, Memmingen und Wien. - Fauser LXXXIV. Wüthrich IV, S. 7. - Fehlt bei Griep/Luber. Vgl. ebd. 1523 und 1524. - Spiegel und vorderer Vorsatz mit alten Besitzvermerken (Exlibris, Stempel). Titel rückseitig gestempelt. Stellenweise im Rand etwas fleckig. Die Tafeln sauber und unbeschädigt. la Gewicht in Gramm: 800 Pgt. d. Zt. mit Rsch. (dieses mit geringen Fehlstellen).

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        Histoire de la grande isle Madagascar.

      Pierre L'Amy 1658 - In-4 (222 x 169 mm) de 12 ff. n. ch., 192 pp., 9 ff. n. ch., pp. 193 - 384, 42 pp. 15 planches hors texte dont 6 cartes et plans, 4 planches à double page et 2 tableaux ; vélin ivoire souple (reliure de l'époque). Chadenat n° 306 ; Pritzel n° 2929 ; Grandidier n° 177. Édition originale de la première monographie exclusivement consacrée à Madagascar. Étienne Bozet, sieur de Flacourt (vers 1607 - 1660) fut administrateur colonial français et exerça le rôle de chef de colonie à Madagascar de 1648 à 1655. Flacourt décrit dans ce récit le fonctionnement sociopolitique et économique de l'île, donne des renseignements sur sa cartographie, son histoire naturelle, et décrit les m?urs et croyances religieuses de ses habitants. Reliée à la fin du volume se trouve la plaquette de 42 pages intitulée Cause pour laquelle les interessez de la Compagnie n'ont pas fait de grands profits à Madagascar. Effectivement Richelieu créa la première Compagnie des Indes en 1642 avec, entre autres, le financier Nicolas Fouquet, le capitaine Rigault et deux membres de la famille de Flacourt comme associés. C'est suite à la décision de la compagnie de remplacer le gouverneur Pronis, que Flacourt obtint son poste. "C'est en effet en 1658 que paraît la première étude scientifique sur la faune de Madagascar. Rédigée en français elle est due à Étienne de Flacourt, qui n'est pas un naturaliste, mais tout bonnement le gouverneur des établissements français de Fort Dauphin où il a vécu de 1648 à 1655. Sous le titre Histoire de la grande île de Madagascar elle nous apporte, avec un lexique du malgache et une description de l'histoire et de m?urs des populations du Sud-Est la première présentation d'ensemble de la faune et de la flore malgaches. C'est le premier travail à faire ainsi connaître au monde savant l'existence des animaux subfossiles de Madagascar, Aepyornis, Lémuriens géants, Hippopotame nain, dont les naturalistes du XIXe siècle décriront les ossements mais qui, jusque là, ne faisaient qu'agrémenter les récits fabuleux des conteurs arabes. L'?uvre de Flacourt est exemplaire et met pleinement en valeur les talents d'un gouverneur qui ne put, par ailleurs, mener à bien une tache administrative impossible : elle est, comme son auteur l'avait souhaité, la meilleure justification de son séjour malgache. Après lui, des naturalistes voyageurs, de Commerson à Sonnerat ou à Goudot, ont repris le flambeau du travail sur le terrain" (Renaud Paulian, Réflexions sur la zoogéographie de Madagascar, in Biogéographie de Madagascar, 1996, pp. 219 sq.). Les belles planches représentent les habitants, la flore et la faune de Madagascar. Bel exemplaire, très pur, dans sa première reliure. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Miraculi Mundi. Ander Theil. Oder Dessen Vorlängst Geprophezeiten ELIAE ARTIST AE TRIUMPHIRLIcher Ein Ritt. Und auch Was der ELIAS ARTISTA für einer sey? Nemlich der Weisen ihr SAL ARTIS Mirificum, als aller Vegetabilien, Animalien, und Mineralien höchste Medicin [...]. [ANGEBUNDEN] Miraculi Mundi Continuatio. Darinnen die ganze Natur entdecket / und der Weldt nackent und bloß vor Augen gelegt / auch klährlich und ausführlich beweisen / und dargethan wirt / daß auß dem Salpeter aller Vegetabilien, Animalien und Mineralien höchste Medicin zu bereiten / müglich [...] Der Wunderwercken GOttes / und Hermetischen Medicin Liebhabern [...]. Dtsch. Erstausg.

      10 Bll., 113 S. / 133 S., mit zwei eingefalteten Kupfertaf., Kl.-8, Pappband d. Zt. Ferguson I, S.324f Caillet 4579 u. 4580 Vgl. Rosenthal 376 Vgl. Ackermann IV/73. - "In Anlehnung an Jacob Böhmes Natursprachentheorie führte Glauber hier ein neuartiges System der Benennung der Stoffe ein. Wie Böhme glaubte er, aus den natürlichen Namen der Stoffe etwas über jeweiliges Wesen herauslesen zu können." (Dünnhaupt 19.I.1 zur dtsch. Ausg. von 1658) - Die Kupfertafeln im ersten Teil zeigen das Holzbrennen im Freien u. die Laborarbeit am Destillierofen. - Über Glauber (1603 od. 1604-1670) siehe Biedermann S.181f Knopp S. 55f u. Schmieder S. 408f: "So sagt er z.B. in der Continuatio miraculi mundi, Frankfurter Ausgabe, S. 263.: Auch bekenne ich wahrhaftig, daß ich noch zur Zeit den geringsten Nutzen in Verbesserung der Metalle damit nicht gehabt." - Beide Teile wurden in der Reihenfolge vertauscht eingebunden. Einband mit zwei handschriftl. Nrn., leicht bestossen u. fleckig Anmerkungen auf beiden Innendeckeln fliegender Vorsatz entfernt Titel verso u. zwei weitere Seiten mit radiertem Stempel seltene kl. Markierungen wenige Seiten leicht braunfleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        La Retraite des dix mille de Xénophon, ou l'Expédition de Cyrus contre Artaxerxes de la traduction de Nicolas Perrot, Sieur d'Ablancourt.

      A Paris, chez Augustin Courbé, 1658.. in-12. 8 feuillets. 493 pages. 7 feuillets. (18x12cm). Plein veau. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre. Armes dorées au centre des plats. Roulette dorée sur les coupes. Tranches mouchetées. Mors fendus. Coins émoussés. Coiffes défectueuses. Quelques rousseurs et taches. Petite déchirure à la page de garde. Nouvelle traduction de cet ouvrage, "l'un des plus beaux de l'Antiquité", par Perrot d'Ablancourt, membre de l'Académie française. Titre avec jolie vignette gravée. Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre brune sur la page de titre: " Monseigneur de Beauvau, archevêque de Narbonne". Les armes sont certainement celles de Charles Le Goux de La Berchère. Une reliure armoriée qui mériterait une restauration.

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        De Vulgi erroribus in medicina libri IV

      Arnold Leers, Rotterdam 1658 - Contemporary full sheep, spine rubbed, hinges cracked but binding sound, title in red and black with old ownership signature, very clean internally. First published in 1638, it criticizes a wide variety of popular medical beliefs and takes issue with some current scientific theories (e.g. Harvey's circulation of the blood). It was translated into French and English and remained influential for some time. (20), 2 blanks, 561pp. Osleriana 3735 Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 046557. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antique Map-ZEELAND-NETHERLANDS-Janssonius-1658

      - Map : 'Zeelandia Comitatus.' (Map of Zeeland.) Copper engraved contemp. hand coloured map of Zeeland, a province in the Netherlands. Cartouche above left with coat of arms, ships on the North Sea and a large cartouche bottom right with coat of arms. This map is by J. Janssonius after W. Blaeu. Latin text on verso. Copper engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Original old hand colouring. Description: From 'Atlas Novus', published in Amsterdam, 1658 latin edition.Artists and Engravers: Johannes Janssonius also known as Jan Jansson was born 1588 in Arnhem, Netherlands. His father was a bookseller and publisher (Jan Janszoon the Elder). When he married the daughter of the cartographer Jodocus Hondius he also set up a business as book publisher in Amsterdam. His first map was published in 1616. Around 15 years later he set up a partnership with his brother in law Hondius add issued further editions of the Mercator/Hondius atlas. After his death in 1664, his heirs still have published several maps. Many of his plates have been acquired by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk. Condition: Excellent; general age related toning; some light staining from handling. Rear latin text. Storage location: B24-23 The overall size is ca. 23.6 x 19.7 inch. The image size is ca. 19.5 x 15 inch. The overall size is ca. 60 x 50 cm. The image size is ca. 49.5 x 38 cm.

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        Morgenlandische reyse-Beschreibung. Worinnen zugleich der Zustand der Furnehmbsten Ost-Indianischen Lander, Stadte und der Einwohner Leben

      1658 - , Sitten, Handthierung und Glauben; wie auch die gefahrliche Sciffaht uber das Oceanische Meer berichet wird. herausgegeben van Adam Olearius. First edition. Double-page map, engraved half-title, portrait and 21 fine text engravings. Small folio Contemporary rather soiled, vellum, initialled and dated in large gilt lettering ?C.C. 1658? on the upper cover. The title repaired without loss [xxxvi], 248,[36]pp. Schleswig, Johan Holwein Mandelso went with Adam Olearius to Persia in 1633 to negotiate a trade agreement with the Shah. Instead of staying in Persia or returning with his fellow ambassadors he continued his journey to the court of the Mogul Emperor via Surat and thence south to Ceylon returning to Europe via, Madagascar and the Cape of Good Hope. His observations are varied and enjoyable enhanced by illustrations mainly from his own hand, including a view of the fortified island of Hormuz, one of Madagascar and a particularly attractive engraved title. At the end of the volume there is a lengthy description of the East Indian Islands, with description too of the political situation in Formosa and Japan, one imagines this is written by Olearius who supplies a short panegyric poem celebrating Mandelso's all too short life (1616-1644). The first complete edition of Mandelslo's travels. A less full account had previously been appended to Olearius's account of the mission. Cordier, 878. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Compleat History Of Drugs by M.Pomet. ( See remainder of very long title on photographs )

      M. Pomet was a distinguished French pharmacist( 1658-1699)who published his "History Of Drugs" in French in 1694. These two volumes are the First of the subsequent English translations . Pomet derived drugs from plant, animal, and mineral products) including ground mummies and unicorn horn) Wonderful 400 copper plate engravings over 86 plates.( All present) The worn calf bindings may well be original and apart from old damp stains and wrinkles to the front end papers, these 2 volumes are in Very Good condition.

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        The Whole Duty of Man, Laid down in a plain and Familiar Way for the Use of All, but especially the Meanest Reader.

      R. Norton 1658 - Hardcover in presumed original leather covered boards which have been professionally rebacked and repaired with gilt decoration on boards and spine with five raised bands and gilt titles, some repaired pages (see photos), page 401 has some loss, some previous owners names in ink on verso of title page and page 401, other small annotations throughout, all edges gilt, marbled end papers, Very Good condition commensurate with age. First edition, pp 503, engraved frontis, preface by Dr. H. Hammond. A Very Scarce first edition of this important theological work. From Wikipedia: The consensus view of modern scholars is that the likely author was Richard Allestree, but at the time of publication (towards the end of the Interregnum) the High Church tradition it represents was a politically dangerous position. The authorship was well concealed, and it has been noted that the work has been attributed to at least 27 people, beginning with Hammond himself., The Whole Duty of Man is mentioned in novels as a work typically to be found in small personal libraries. Examples are "a Family Bible, a "Josephus," and a "Whole Duty of Man", in The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy; "a shelf on which Mrs Julaper had her Bible, her Whole Duty of Man, and her Pilgrim's Progress", in The Haunted Baronet by Sheridan Le Fanu; and "the bookcases, where Fox's "Lives of the Martyrs" nestled happily beside "The Whole Duty of Man" in The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du Bois. Richard Brinsley Sheridan guyed it in The Rivals. Thomas Babington Macaulay wrote of William Sherlock's Treatise on Death that it "during many years, stood next to the Whole Duty of Man in the bookcases of serious Arminians". David Hume, a critic, wrote in his An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals, that "I suppose, if Cicero were now alive, it would be found difficult to fetter his moral sentiments by narrow systems; or persuade him, that no qualities were to be admitted as virtues, or acknowledged to be a part of PERSONAL MERIT, but what were recommended by The Whole Duty of Man". Benjamin Franklin wrote, in a letter to his wife, regarding his daughter Sally, "I hope she continues to love going to church, and would have her read over and over again the Whole Duty of Man, and the Lady¿s Library." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE SECRET MIRACLES OF NATURE:

      London, printed by Jo. Streater, and sold by Humphrey Moseley, John Sweeting, John Clark, and George Sawbridge, 1658. In four books. Learnedly and moderately treating of generation, and the parts thereof; the soul, and its immortality; of plants and living creatures; of diseases, their symptoms and cures, and many other rarities not treated of by any author extant; ... Whereunto is added one book containing philosophical and prudential rules how man shall become excellent in all conditions, whether high or low, and lead his life with health of body and mind. Fit for the use of those that practise physick, and all others that desire to search into the hidden secrets of nature, for increase of knowledge. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1658. Small folio in fours, approximately 280 x 185 mm, 11 x 7¼ inches, title page printed red and black, pages: (16), 398, lacking final blank leaf, bound in full contemporary calf, blind rules to covers, raised bands and blind rules to spine, later gilt lettered morocco label and endpapers. Covers slightly stained and slightly worn at corners, hinges rubbed and a little tender, tiny chip to leather at top of upper hinge, old inscription at foot of original front endpaper, title page slightly dusty, small crease to top corner of first 5 leaves, as in other copies A4 (last leaf of Preface) is a cancel and slightly uneven at fore-edge, small closed tear to 1 lower corner, repaired, not affecting text, 1 upper outer corner torn off, no loss of text, tip of another corner missing, a few small rusty marks, mainly to margins, no loss of legibility. A very good tight copy of the scarce English first edition. First published in Latin in Antwerp in 1559 in two books, it was reissued in 1564 enlarged to 4 books. It was enormously popular on the continent of Europe translated into Italian in 1560 and into French and German in 1567 and 1575. Although it continued to be reissued in Latin well into the 17th century it was not translated into English until 1658. Levinus Lemnius or Lemmens (1505-1568) was born at Zirickzee in the province of Zeeland in the Netherlands. At first he studied theology, then medicine under the famous anatomist Vesalius. He graduated at Padua in 1525 and then practised medicine successfully in his native town. He was a friend of Dodoens and Conrad Gesner. This work was his most famous and important, a Book of Secrets with large sections on medical matters and natural history: procreation and birth, medicinal plants, influence of the moon on plant growth, epilepsy, sleepwalkers, sleeping with an open mouth, the benefits of wine drinking, alcoholism, healing power of gemstones. In addition he is very interested in the occult and extraordinary natural phenomena, miraculous happenings, monsters and monstrous births. The final section, the Exhortation, beginning on page 315 deals with religious and moral topics. Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica, Volume II, page 23; Ferguson, Books of Secrets, Index, page 22; Krivatsy, 17th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, page 701, No. 6873; Wellcome Library, Volume III, p. 489. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        FURNI NOVI PHILOSOPHICI SIVE DESCRIPTIO ARTIS DISTILLATORIAE NOVAE

      Amsterdam Jansonium 1658 8° Pagine 1 carta bianca + 67 + 3 non numerate + 2 tavole incise fuori testo + 1 carta bianca Unito a: FURNORUM PHILOSOPHORUM PARS ALTERA Pagine 148 + 4 non numerate + 1 tavola incisa fuori testo Unito a: FURNORUM PHILOSOPHICORUM PARS TERTIA Pagine 55 Unito a: FORNACUM PHILOSOPHICARUM PARS QUARTA Pagine 83 + 2 non numerate + 1 tavola incisa a piena pagina + 1 carta bianca Unito a: FORNACUM PHILOSOPHICARUM PARS QUINTA Pagine 54 con 3 tavole incise a piena pagina e 4 incisioni nel testo + 1 carta bianca Unito a: ANNOTATIONES IN APPENDICEM QUINTAE PARTIS FORNACUM PHILOSOPHICARUM (...) Pagine 72 Legatureùa 900esta da amatore in pelle marrone con motivi floreali incisi. Le 2 carte bianche originali restaurate. Da pagina 19 a pagina 72 delle ANNOTATIONES tracce di tarlo con purtroppo perdta di testo. Esemplare brunito data la qualità della carta. Nel complesso buonissima copia. Rara seconda edizione di questo lavoro di carattere alchemico/fisico del Glauber. Cfr: Ferguson II, 323 Gugel 1 Duveen 252 Sotheran I, 1560 Read p. 92 Verginell-Rota p. 148 per la prima edizione del 1651

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        Rebecca van Tweelinghen Swangher, Suchtende over de worstelingen van Esau ende Jacob. Dat is: LV. Predicatien over het sevende Capittel tot den Romeynen. Waer in specialijck den strijdt tusschen Vleesch ende Gheest, ter occasie van de klachte Pauli, naecktelijck wordt verklaert. In-ghestelt, ende in de Ghemeynte Jesu Christi tot Haerlem, gepredickt.

      Haerlem, Hendrick van Marcken, en Robert Tinneken 1658. (14) 360 (8) p. Opnieuw gebonden half Perkament, 4° (titelpagina verstevigd, SGT-W311).

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        Loan l'enfant Abbauillaeus.

      1658.(). Original etching and drypoint. 33.5 x 24.5 cm. (13.25 x 19.5 in) in the plate. Titled, signed, dated in the plate. Small tear, top left corner; exhibits mionor foxing/disoloration, mainly in the margins; else VG.

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        Johan. Piscatoris Commentarii in omnes libros Novi Testamenti: antehac separatim editi: nunc verò in unum volumen collecti. Quibus continentur I. Analysis logica singulorum librorum & capitum. II. Scholia in singula capita. III. Observationes locorum doctrinae è singulis capitibus. Omnia ante obitum ab authore recognita. Quibus accessit index rerum & verborum accuratissminus atque lucupletissmimus. Editio quarta, hinc inde locupletata.

      Herbornae Nassoviorum, 1658 - Von befriedigender Erhaltung. Die Bindung etwas gelockert. Der vordere Deckelbezug am Fuß mit kleinen Fehlstellen. Das Buch endet mit Seite 804. Die Seiten 805 - 830 liegen in Kopie bei, der Index fehlt zur gänzlich. 4 Blatt, 804 Seiten. Latein 2000g

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        Historischer und verständiger Blumen - Gärtner oder ...... Fortsetzung siehe Beschreibung

      Garten ..............Unterricht von Bau - und Wartung der Blumen , Bäume und Stauden - Gewächse , so zur Aufputzung eines Garten dienen können , dabey zugleich geweisen wird , wie und welcher gestalt allerhand Lust - Stücken , bedeckte Gänge , Lust - Gebüsch und Rasen - Plätze , Portale , Säulen und andere dergleichen Stücken , welche sich gemeiniglich in grosseen Gärten und nbey Land - Gütern zu befinden pflegen , anzulegen und zuzurichten seyn , so, alles aufs deutlichste und verständlichste gezeigt wird - , Diesem sin annoch beigefügt nützliche Unterredungen und Gespräche zwischen einem Garten - Liebhaber und Gärtner , von Anlegung , Wartung und Pflegung eines Baum - und Küchen - Gartens , dabey allerhand neue und probat erfundene Garten -Künste , nicht weniger neue Anmerckungen von Wart - und Pflegung der Bäume , den Liebhaber mitgeteilet werden - , 2 Blätter Widmung + 2 Blätter Vorrede + 576 S. Blumengärtner + 20 Kupfer , desweiteren diverse kleine Abbildungen im Text , ab S. 577 " Unterredungen und Gesprächen ........- S. 783 + 30 S. Register , Pappband der Zeit , neben dem Titelblatt noch ein weiterer Kupfer , !! es fehlt der Rücken !! , die Tafeln sind größtenteils lose , der Einband berieben und bestoßen , Buchblock gut erhaltenmit rotem Schnitt =: Louis Liger *1658 - 1717* = auf Wusch kann die Anschrift einer guten Restauratorin übermittelt werden ! =

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        Reports and Cases of Law: Argued and Adjudged in the Courts of Law, at Westminster. In the Time of Queen Elizabeth, from the 18th to the 33th Year of Her Raign

      Will. Hughes, London 1658 - Size: Small 4to. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is sound. Rebacked, full brown calf, [12], 336, [7] pages, Index. Printed by Tho. Roycroft, for Nath. Ekins. The first of parts of Leonard's Reports and Cases, published from 1658 to 1675. Covers worn, especially around edges, some worm holes in bottom margin of first 25 pages, early owner signatures and scattered notations in period ink throughout, damp staining and toning. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 14 oz. Category: Politics & Government; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 012668. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lo scudo ne giorni canicolari, che contiene diverse acq. concie, ad uso d' Androfillo Sannatéle. Anno 1658.

      Probably Tuscany, 1658. - Small 4to (117 x 155 mm). Italian manuscript in black ink on paper. Title, blank leaf, (24) pp. Rebound in modern half leather. Remarkable mid-17th-century Italian manuscript in the Tuscan dialect, entitled "Shield for the Dog Days" and containing a total of 29 numbered recipes for flavoured and perfumed waters to help the thirsty through the hottest days of summer. The recipes include "acque di Gelsumini" (Jasmine water), "acqua con fiori di melangoli" (water flavoured with blossoms of bitter oranges), "acqua di limoni" (lemonade), "acqua di foglie di cedro" (cedar leaf water), "acqua di fraule" (strawberry water), "acqua di Tubarosa" (tuberose water), but also cocoa drinks ("per far la cicolata") and coffee ("per far cafe"), etc. Also, a recipe "how to lend any water the colour of wine without changing its taste" ("per dare il colore di vino a qualsi vogl' acqua senza levarli il sapore"). The inventor of these recipes, who calls himself "Androfilo Sannatele", could not be identified; the name is likely a professional alias. - Some waterstaining and ink corrosion (loss of page numbers, otherwise well legible). A rare survival. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opuscula Varia Posthuma Philosophica Civilia

      Londini - R Danielis, 1658 Book. VERY GOOD INDEED. Hardcover. First edition.. An important collection of posthumously published essays by Sir Francis Bacon. The first edition and the first publication of this work. Entirely in the original Latin. This work has been collated using the online copy available from Harvard University Libraries and is complete. Gibson 230a, First edition, first issue with the publisher's imprint being 'R Danielis'. This edition has the comma to line 8 of the title which Gibson only notes as being a variant for the second issue. However,it would appear that the first issue has this comma also. This workcomprises ofseveral previously unpublished writings including a biography on Bacon by the editor William Rawley. The editor of this work, William Rawley, was Sir Francis Bacon'schaplain and literary executor. He preservedand oversaw the posthumous publication of many of Bacon's works. Rawley worked with many associates topreserve Bacon's memorythrough these posthumous publications. Several essaysto this work include'Historia Densi & Kari', 'Topica Inquisitionis de Luce & Lumine', 'Imago Civilis Julii Caesaris', 'Imago Civilis Augusi Caesaris' as well as several more. 'Opuscula Sex Philosophica Simul Collecta','Opus Illustre in felicem memoriam Elizabethae Angliae Reginae' and 'confesso Fidei Anglicano Sermone Conscripta' all have separate dated title pages, as called for. The essay on Queen Elizabeth's felicity was previously published, in English, in 1651. This appears tobe the first Latin appearance. Sir Francis Bacon was a famous English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist, orator and author. He served he roles of Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England. He livedduring the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and James I/VI. ESTC number R3950. Thisis a fascinating collection of essays from one of the greatest minds offifteenth and sixteenthcentury England. Condition: Rebound in a full calf binding with blind stamping to the boards and extremities. Externally, excellent with minor shelfwear. Spine has faded slightly. Prior owner's bookplate to front pastedown, Nicholas Wall. Title page has been repaired by being laid down on another leaf. Small loss to the bottom of original leaf. Prior owner's initials to title page. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are slightly age toned with just the odd spot. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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