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        Opera Chymica : Bücher und Schrifften, so viel deren von ihme bißhero an Tag gegeben worden; Jetzo von neuem mit Fleiß übersehen, auch mit etlichen neuen Tractaten vermehret. / Johannis Rudolphi Glauberi Philosophi & Medici Celeberrimi Continuatio Operum Chymicorum.

      Franckfurt am Mäyn, in Verlegung Thomae-Matthiae Götzens ..., 1658-1659.. Zwei Teile in einem Band, hier der zweite Teil vorgebunden: 6 Blatt, 444 Seiten, 9 Blatt, 1 leer; 11 Blatt, 573 Seiten. Mit 4 gefalteten Kupferstichen. 20,5 x 17 cm, Pergament der Zeit.. Vgl. VD17 3:622859E. - Einband fleckig, Rücken etwas beschädigt. Durchgehend gebräunt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun]
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        Basilica Chymica, Pluribus Selectis & Secretissimis propria manuali experientia approbatis descriptionibus, & usu remediorum chymicorum selectissimorum aucta a Johanne Hartmanno ... Edita a Johanne Michaelis ... et Georg. Everhardo Hartmanno ...

      Geneve, Samuel Chouet, 1658.. 17,5x10,5 cm. (8) Bl., 220 S., (12) S., 419 S., (10) S., 1 w. Bl., 114 S., (38) S. Pgt.-Bd. der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel.. Oswald Croll (1580?-1609?) war Leibarzt des Fürsten Christian von Anhalt-Bernburg, "vertheidigte und verehrte die Paracelsischen Lehren und lehrte die Bereitung nützlicher Arzneimittel kennen, von denen viele bis auf die neueste Zeit beibehalten worden sind; z. B. Tartarus vitriolatus und Bernsteinsalz. Er beschreibt der Erste oder einer der Ersten das Calomel, lehrte Chlorsilber aus Lösungen fällen und kannte Knallgold. Sein Werk: "Basilia Chymica, Continens philosophicam propria laborum experientia confirmatam descriptionem et usum remediorum chymicorum selectissimorum et lumine gratiae et naturae desumptorum" erlebte zwischen 1609 und 1658 achtzehn Auflagen und 3 französische, eine englische und zwei deutsche Uebersetzungen." (ADB). - (Einband etwas fleckig. Pergament am Hinterdeckel mit Fehlstelle. Praktisch durchgehend gebäunt, ca. 20 S. mit kleinem Wurmgang im Rand). (Sprache: Lateinisch)

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat Leonidas Sakellaridi]
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        Cyclades Insulae,map,Blaeu, 1658, old colours

      Cyclades Insulae, ,1658. Cyclades Insulae,map,Blaeu, 1658, old colours Coppermap, edited by Blaeu Family, in Atlas Major, spanish edititon, anno 1658. "CYCLADES INSULAE IN MARI AEGAEO, hodie ARCHIPELAGO, Auctore I.LAURENBERGO." Size of the leaf: 52 x 62 cm., map: 48,5 x 57,5 cm.. Reference: Koeman, BL., Nr. 492. Clean print, below centerfold restored for 3 cm., outside of the map..

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        Directorium Superiorum Regularium & Ecclesiasticorum, Continens Nonaginta Tres Sermones Spirituales, & varia Themata pro Visitationibus, Investitionibus, Professionibus, &c. / Authore R. P. F. Evangelista De Momigno Ord. FF. Minorum S. Francisci de observantia quondam Vicario Generali, Provinciae Tusciae SS. Theol. Lectore Iubilato, & Praedicatore Clarißimo, post tres editiones Italicas, nunc latinitate donatum Opera & studio R. P. Fr. Brunonis Neusser eiusdem Ord. FF. Minorum Recollectorum Provinciae Coloniae SS. Theologiae Lectoris. Cum Indicibus Necessariis.

      Köln, Busäus, 1658.. [8] Bl., 327 [i.e. 428], 72 [i.e. 52] S., [18] Bl. 20 x 16,5 cm. Pergamentband der Zeit.. *VD17 12:205404L. Erste Ausgabe. - Nachgebunden sind zwei weitere Bücher enthalten: I. Momigno: Diarium Quadragesimale / R.P.F. Evangelistae De Momingo Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Provinciae Tusciae. Köln, Busäus 1659. [4] Bl., 123 [i.e. 223] S., [16] Bl. VD17 547:666503R. - II. (ohne Verf.): Promptuarium Sermonum De Tempore Et Sanctis Per Anni Circulum Cum Indicibus Copiosis ... nunc primum in Germania editum. [4] Bl., 200 S., [13] Bl. VD17 547:666507W. - Leichte Altersbräunung, insgesamt sind alle dreit Titel vollständig und sehr gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        Frankfurt / Main. "Römer Pflatz. Allwo nach geschehener Krönungs Procession die H. Churfürsten Ihro Erb Äempter verrichten". Darüber Darstellung der Wahl und der Krönung Leopolds 1658. 3 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt. Kupfer aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum 1667

      28x36 cm. - Dabei: FRANKFURT. Abbildung deß Kayserlichen und Churfürstlichen Banquets aff dem Römer den 22 July - 1 Augusti 1658. Kupfer ebenso. 25 : 34 cm.

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        Les Histoires d'Herodote

      Paris : Chez A. Covbre, 1658-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Folio. Full leather binding. 6 raised bands, gilt stamped spine compartments. Front board cracked along crease. Bumped corners.636, 22 p. ; 36 cm. Title in red and black; title vignette. Marginal damp stain to bottom. 2. ed., rev., corr. & augm. d'annotations en marge.

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      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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        The History of St. Pauls Cathedral in London, from its foundation untill these times: extracted out of originall charters, records, leiger books, and other manuscripts, beautified with sundry prospects of the church, figures of tombes, and monuments

      London: Printed by Thos. Warren, 1658. First edition. Folio. Title-page in red and black, engraved frontispiece portrait, 14 engraved plates (all but two double-page), and 30 engravings, all but one full-page (Dance of Death half-page), and one small mounted portrait of Sir Philip Sydney, by Wenceslaus Hollar. In 3 parts, each with separate title page. Pagination irregular. Complete. Old dark calf, spine renewed with morocco lettering piece. Bookplate. Very good copy with generous margins (small repairs to fold of the plate of the nave, small flaw at bottom margin of one plate). Manuscript corrections at pp. 39 & 172. Wing D2482; Pforzheimer 341; ESTC R16413; Upcott, pp. 694-698 . "With the spectacle close at hand of the great church slowly deteriorating from years of maltreatment and sacrilegious use, Dugdale rapidly compiled The History of St Paul's Cathedral, which was published in 1658. Not only did this book print the surviving documentary records of the cathedral, it also preserved the appearance of the building. Its Norman and Gothic details and the alterations made by Inigo Jones in the 1630s were recorded in extensive plates, once again prepared by Hollar, several of them based on drawings made by William Sedgwick in 1641. With the destruction of the cathedral in the great fire of 1666 Dugdale's book became the lasting memorial of old St Paul's." - DNB

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        SAN ISIDRO. Vida y Milagros del Glorioso San Isidro, Patron de la Coronada Villa de Madrid, Corte de nuestro Gran Monarca Phelippe Quarto, que Dios guarde. Escrita à instancia de Francisco Antonio Manzolo, Contador de Cuentas de S. M. en su Consejo de las Indias, y Secretario de Iusticia del Excelentiss. Señor Conde de Castrillo, Virrey de Napoles.

      En Napoles, Por Egido Longo, 1658 - -14 x 19 cm.- , Una lámina con fino grabado calcográfico de San Isidro + 24 págs. sin numerar. Ejemplar en rústica, con papel de guardas. (Obra muy rara.) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Berceo (Libros Antiguos)]
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      Paris: De L'Imprimerie Royale, 1658. First three leaves with some ragged edges, many areas with light foxing, a few ink spots. Rather considerable rubbing, the spine especially so with damaged lower compartment, but all quite sound and presentable. Folio. [xviii], 75p, [xii], 192p [i.e. 194, additional pages numbered 29a and 30a], [viii], 132p [i.e. 134, additional pages numbered 91a and 92a], [x], 103p, [viii], 54p, [viii], 46p. Engraved title page with pictorial vignettes and designs, head-piece and historiated initial. Illustrated with 587 large coats-of-arms, a few hand colored. Bound in full mottled calf with marbled endpapers, the spine with title label gilt and with gilt panel ornaments (probably late 18th century), the covers with central embossed gilt arms. Ouurage commence par Jean Le Feron, l'an 1555. Reueu & continue insques a present. Par Claude Collier, Graueur de Monseigneur le Duc d'Orles. Augumente de diuerses Recherches, non encore imprimees, seruans au plus grand eclaircissement de ce Recueil. Par Denys Godefroy, Conseiller & Historiographe du Roy."& With two bookplates of Comte Henry Chandon de Briailles (1898-1937).& The last and most important edition of this chronological collection of biographies for the 5th century to 1658.

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        A Compleat History of the Life and Raigne of King Charles from His Cradle to his Grave.

      London: Printed for H. Moseley, R. Tomlins, and G. Sawbridge 1658. Small 4to. [12] + 1149 + [14] pp. Contemporary full leather, marked of use, joints and headbands worn; internally fine.. First edition. 2 portraits lacking

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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        Serphino. "

      Greece: Venice Niccolini, Francesco 1658. Copper engraved map of Serifos in the Cyclades from "L'Archipelago con tutte Isole, scolgio secche, e bassi fondi, con i mare, golfi, seni, porti, citta e' castelli. " Italian text to succeeding map to verso. Good impression, show through of text and engraved tail piece from. verso Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece: the " L'Archipelago. . . ' an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658 and the earlier" Il Regno di Candia" in 1645. The outlines of the Islands in the "L"Archipelago. . " recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario " Venice. 1485 was the first apppearance of the islands in printed form. Blackmer :172; Zacharakis:558/360. Greece Cyclades Serifos

      [Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery]
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        Viaggi Di Pietro Della Valle Il Pellegrino, Descritti Da Lui Medesimo in Lettere Familiari Giacomo All'erudito Amico Crispi Mario Schipano, a Persia, Parte Prima

      A Spesi di Biagio Deuersin; Roma 1658 - Rome: A spese di Biagio Deuersin, 1658. 3 volumes in one. 492 pp plus 22 pp of index. Large 4to. Full-bound in contemporary rich brown leather. Professionally restored. 4 raised bands. 5 compartments. Lettering and publication date embossed in gilt on spine. Tight binding and solid boards. A classic early European account of the Middle East. Valles writings are considered to be some of the most accurate and detailed on the subject. Beginning in Constantinople in 1614, Valle made his way across the east, stopping in Cairo, Gaza, and Jerusalem, finally settling in Rome. Minor shelf wear. Light bumping to corners. Slight scuffing to boards. Minimal wear to spine. Clean interior with minor spots and moderate discoloration to title page. Slight water damage along bottom of first two pages, and some in bottom right corner throughout. Very light worming on bottom right of first 200 pages. Inscription of one, Anne Guise along top of title page. Overall, a superior volume in excellent condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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      Andres Garcia De La Iglesia, Madrid 1658 - 12 hs, más 133 folios, más 7 hojas, mancha marginal de agua en la ultima parte de la obra. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Brussels: Chez Francois Vivien. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1658. Third Edition. Hardcover. History, French; 17th Century; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 542 pages; Wing P361. Nicely bound in full sheep leather with ornate gilded spine. Short history of this century of iron. Containing the miseries and calamities of recent times, with their causes and pretexts, till the coronation of Ferdinand IV King of the Romans, made in late summer, one thousand six hundred fifty three. The author wrote his book to expose the horror of war. ; 0 .

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        Briefve histoire de l'institution des ordres religieux.

      Subject: (Ordini religiosi). Paris, chez Adrien Menier, 1658, 4to piccolo in piena pelle coeva, dorso a cinque snodi, titolo in oro, antiporta incisa, pp. 45 + 72 tavole incise

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI]
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        SVMMA APOSTOLICARVM Decifionum, Extra Ivs commvne vagantivm, QUAE EX VARIIS APROBATISSIMORVM DOCTORVM LIBRIS. hucufque impreffis, & as calcem vniufcuiufque allegatis eorum fub fide collectae, Ad maiorem Studio forum omnium commoditatem alphabetico ordine

      - Lvgdvni, Sump. Philippi Borde, 1658,gran folio pergamino, 8 h.+506 págs+41 h. HISTORIA CANONICO

      [Bookseller: Libreria A & M Jimenez]
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        Maximes of Reason: Or, The Reason of the Common Law of England

      1658. Seventeenth-Century Collection of English Legal Maxims Wingate, Edmund (or Edmond) [1596-1656]. Maximes of Reason: Or, The Reason of the Common Law of England. London: R. & W. L. for W. Lee, A. Crook, D. Pakeman, H. Twiford, G. Bedell, T. Dring, J. Place, 1658. [xii], 772 [i.e. 720], 12 pp. Folio (11-1/4" x 7"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine. Light rubbing to extremities, minor stains and scratches to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn, skillful repair to front hinge near head of spine, hinges cracked but secure, rear endleaves lacking, later armorial bookplate (of the Marquess of Headfort) to front pastedown. Light toning to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * Only edition. In this work Wingate outlines the essentials of the common law and its "reason" through maxims organized under the following headings: "Theology," "Grammar," "Logick", "Personall Things," "Law," "Morality" and "Wife." Some examples: "To such laws as have warrant in holy scripture, our law giventh credence," "the law delighteth in apt expressions," "Personall things cannot be done by another," "The law esteemeth and judgeth of all things according to their nature and quality" and "The husband is the woman's head." The left-hand margins have glosses relating the maxims to their legal context, the right-hand margins have citations. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:244.

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      In folio. Cm.35x24. Legatura coeva in bazzana avana, fregi in oro inquadrano stemma cardinalizio della Famiglia Orsini. 6126.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella]
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        Lexicon Anglo-GrÆco-Latinum Novi Testamenti. Or, A complete alphabetical concordance of all the words contained in the New Testament, both English, Greek, and Latine : In three distinct tables: the I. English, II. Greek, III. Latine, whereby any word may

      London: printed by W. Godbid for F. Clark, at Mercers-Chappel in Cheap-side, G. Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-hill, T. Williams at the Bible in Little Britain, and T. Johnson, at the Key in St. Pauls Church-yard, MDCLVIII. [1658], 1658. Book measures 11 x 7 1/2 inches. Collation, [xviii]334[lviii][ii][viii]266pp. Bound in full calf, raised bands, gilt lines and centre stamp. At some time this volumes has been rebacked, retaining the original boards which have been restored. Binding in excellnet clean firm condition.Internally, very occasional small library stamp, ( about 10 in all ), some pages dust or dirt marked, corner margin missing from first two pages. Generally pages in very good condition throughout. A33. Very Good. Quarto.

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        D. Justiniani, Sacratissimi Principis, Institutionum, sive Elementorum, libri quatuor, Notis perpetuis multo, quam hucusque, diligentius illustrati, Curo & studo Arnoldi Vinnii I. C. Editio postrema ab Auctore recognita

      Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Elzdeviriana, 1658. 12mo, 133 x 71 mm.s, pp. [xxiv], 643 [644 - 646 blank], with fine additional engraved title-page, with the Elzevir device as vignette on the printed title-page, contemporary red morocco, gilt-ruled border on each cover, spine richly gilt in compartments, all edges gilt; slight wear to base of spine, but generally a very good and attractive copy, with two early, probably contemporary hand-written ownership labels on the front paste-down end-paper: "Jullienne" and "J. B. Q. Malaclie." It would be pleasant to think that the first label and autograph is that of the art collector Jean de Jullienne (1686 - 1766). Arnoldus Vinnius (1588 - 1657) was one of the leading jurists of Europe in the 17th century, and this commentary on Justinian is his most important work. His commentary on Justinian, with the text, was first published in 1642, and this was the first edition to be published after his death. In his autobiography, My Own Life, David Hume noted that his "Family [had] a Notion that the Law was a proper Profession for me: But I found an unsurmountable Aversion to every thing but the Pursuits of Philosophy and general Learning; and while they fancyed that I was poring over Voet and Vinnius, Cicero and Virgil were the Authors which I was secretly devouring."

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books]
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        NATURAL MAGICK. In 20 books:

      London, Thomas Young and Samuel Speed, 1658.. Of the Causes of Wonderful things; Of the Generation of Animals; Of the Production of new Plants; Of increasing Houshold-Stuff; Of changing Metals; Of counterfeiting Precious Stones; Of the Wonders of the Loadstone; Of strange Cures; Of Beautifying Women; Of Distillation; Of Perfuming; Of Artificial Fires; Of Tempering Steel; Of Cookery; Of Fishing, Fowling, Hunting etc; Of Invisible Writing; Of Strange Glasses; Of Statick Experiments; Of Pneumatick Experiments; Of the Chaos. Wherein are set forth all the Riches and Delights of the Natural Sciences. 4to, 280 x 175 mm, 11" x 7", engraved extra title page with portrait of the author and a representation of the four elements and of Art and Nature divided into compartments, here supplied in a good quality FACSIMILE on old paper, 16 small illustrations in the text, pages (6), 409 plus 6 unnumbered pages of index, a few mispaginations but collated and guaranteed complete, bound in full antique leather, thin gilt border to covers, gilt decorated raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, gilt lettered morocco label, gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), all edges gilt, new marbled endpapers backed with old paper. A few tiny chips to leather surface, small chip to label, spine slightly rubbed, corners slightly worn, title page slightly browned and lightly damp-stained in lower corner, occasional faint damp-staining to margins throughout, some pages lightly age-browned, few brown spots to 1 lower margin, small light brown stain to text on 1 page, no loss, very small dark stain affects lower edge of 10 pages, very small piece torn off 1 lower corner (margin only), a very good copy with binding and text block tight and firm. See A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581-1876 by Raymond Toole Stott page 191. "...In Italy, in the latter half of the sixteenth century, came a striking example of the difficulties which science still encountered even after the Renaissance had undermined the old beliefs. At that time John Baptist Porta was conducting his investigations, and, despite a considerable mixture of pseudo-science, they were fruitful. His researches in optics gave the world the camera obscura, and possibly the telescope; in chemistry he seems to have been the first to show how to reduce the metallic oxides, and thus to have laid the foundation of several important industries. He did much to change natural philosophy to a vigorous open science. The society founded by him for physical research, called themselves Otiosi (i.e., Men of Leisure) and made it a condition of membership that each man must have contributed a new discovery or fact in natural science. Their Accademia Secretorum Naturae was soon suspect, from its name and deeds, of dabbling in the occult. Della Porta was denounced to Pope Paul V and called to Rome to explain the reports of witches' salves and necromantic arts. Happily justifying his devout search for truth and his campaign against charlatans, he returned cautioned but unblemished and was able, later in life, to help establish and become Vice-President of the Academy of the Lynxes (its name symbolised the struggle of scientific truth against ignorance), of which Prince Federico Cesi was President and Galileo the most illustrious member". Notes taken from encyclopaedia. The date on the title page has a dropped 5 which at first glance looks like a 9, but is without doubt a 5. The name of the printer confirms this, as the printer changes to John Wright in the 1669 edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Perspicua, actorum scriptorúmque prototyporum fide fulta, narratio, quâ, quæ post factam Roëskildiæ XXVI februarii, hoc anno MDCLVIII, inter serenissimos principes, Daniæ, Norvegiæ, &c.

      regem, & regem Suediæ, &c. pacem, in consecutis paullò pòst Hauniensibus tractatibus inter commissarios danicos, & legatos suedicos, ut & alibi acta sint, exponuntur: Manifestum toti orbi reddens, Suedos pace, tractatibúsque illis ruptis, nullâ belli denunciatione præcedente, nullo vel in speciem jure, regiam seden Hauniam, & castellum Cronenburgum, mari atque terrâ, ejusdem anni die IX augusti obsidere incepisse. Köpenhamn, e typographéo Morsingiano, 1658. 4:o. 72 s. Enstaka småfläckar, nedre hörnet mot slutet lätt solkigt och sid. 41-42 med äldre papperslagning. Välbevarat senare hfrbd med rikt guldornerad rygg med röd titeletikett och alrotsmarmorerade pärmpapper. Ur Gustaf Holdo Stråles bibliotek, med hans exlibris, och Gustaf Bernströms, samt dennes bibliotekskort och blyertsanteckning på främre pärmens insida. Warmholtz 4691. Bibl. danica III, sp. 149. Klemming Sveriges förhållanden s. 153. Engström 440. Fint exemplar. Den utkom även i en dansk, tysk, engelsk och holländsk upplaga, samtliga med olika datum, något som Warmholtz fann obegripligt. Det är ett dansk svar på svenska anklagelser om brott mot Roskildefreden

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        An exact book of entries, of the most select judiciall writs used in the common-law. Translated from the originall manuscript, which was collected by the hands of that eminent clerk, Robert Moyle Esq; late one of the prothonotaries of the Court of Common-Bench. A work of much industry, as may appeare by the authors great paines in quoting of book-cases, opinions of judges, number rolls, and many other requisites, for the confirmation of every entry, whereof none have been ever published before. Printed now for the use and benefit of all, but aimed most especially for such as are most conversant in the common-law. By J. H. Gent. With a perfect table in which may be found the principall matters therein contained. [Wing M3029]

      London: London: printed for Robert Crofts at the Crown in Chancery-Lane, under Sergeants-Inne, 1658., 1658. Book. Fair. Hardcover. Early calf boards, worn, backstrip gone, the boards held to each other by the original cords, but the gatherings detached. Light toning, sporadic foxing. Register: A^2, B-2E^4, 2F^2..

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        De gepredestineerde dief, ofte een t'samensprekinge gehouden tusschen een predicant der Calvinusgesinde, ende een dief, die verwesen was om te sterven. (Gevolgd door:) J.A. CORVINUS, De bekeeringe van den gepredestineerden dief. (1e deel): Gedruck nae de copye tot Frederickstadt (z.j.).

      (2e deel): 's-Grv., Jan Alleman, (1658). - 2 delen in 1. Klein 8vo. (VI)+37;(II)+82 pp. Met gegrav. titelvignet. Ingenaaid. Slap perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Omslag iets vlekkig; papier hier en daar iets (roest)vlekkig. * Ref.: Knuttel 2979 (uitg. 1619, resp. 1622); Tiele, Pamfl., 1952.

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        Nvclei Historiae Universalis

      JOHANN PRAETORIUS, JOHANN GOERLINUS, AUGSBURG 1658 - cum sacrae, cum prophanae ad dies, annos que relatae. Pars Secunda.16mo. var. paging. tables (1 silver engr.), 30 silver engr. maps. Original vellum, spine torn. Part II only, including at the end a miniature atlas of 30 maps engraved on silver with its own title page with ULM imprint. Outstanding small maps including America.

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        Hydriotaphia, Urne-Buriall, Or, A Discourses of the Sepulchrall Urnes late 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

      London, Printed for Hen. Brome..., 1658. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, 164 x 100 mms., pp. [xvi], 102 [sic, for 202, 203 - 204 The Stationer to the Reader, 205 adverts, 206 blank, 207 vertical half-title, 208 - 210 blank], 2 full-page engraved illustrations and an illustration on page 114, 19th century calf, rebacked with old spine laid down, but with front joint splitting again, title in gilt; without the errata top and base of spine chipped. With an unidentified armorial bookplate on the front paste-down end-paper, and the ownership "F. M. Nicholas/ 1877" on the recto of the front free end-paper. George Saintsbury referred to this work as "the longest piece, perhaps, of absolutely sublime rhetoric to be found in the prose literature of the world." Virginia Woolf, probably with the fifth chapter in mind, commented, "His immense egotism has paved the way for all psychological novelists, autobiographers, confession-mongers, and dealers in the curious shades of our private life. He it was who first turned from the contacts of man with man, to their lonely life within." Wing B5154; Keynes 93. The errata leaf is missing from many copies.

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        Petri Gassendi dieniensis ecclesiae praepositi, et in academia Parisiensi. Mathesos regii professoris operum. Tomus Secundus quo continentur syntagmatis philosophici. Partis secundae, seu physicae. Sectionis Tertiae Membr duo. I. De Rebus Terrensi Inanimis. II. De Rebus Terrenis Viventibus, seu de Animalibus. Adiecta est Pars Tertia, quae est ethica, sive de Moribus vum indicibus necessariis

      Lyon, Laurent Anisson 1658.. 2°. 3 Bll., 860 S., 5 Bll. (Index) Pgmt. d. Zt. Letztes Bl. gestemp. Blindgeprägr. Wappensupalobros. Schließbänder fehlen. In gutem Zustand. Poggendorff I, 849 - Zweiter Band aus der ersten Gesamtausgabe. Gassendi (1592-165) war eine der zentralen Gestalten der Descartes-Zeit. Für die Geschichte der Philosophie hat er nicht nur die Bedeutung als empiristischer und skeptischer Kritiker der "Meditationen", sondern vor allem als Epikur-Rezeptor. Die Physik wird bei ihm zu einem autonomen Bereich, der mit der Metaphysik nicht mehr innerlich verbunden ist. (vgl. Schischkoff, Monogr. zur philsoph. Forschung)

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        Scholia in Primarias Preces Imperatoris in Quinque Sectiones

      1658. Chokier de Surlet, Jean de [1571-1656]. Scholia in Primarias Preces Imperatoris in Quinque Sectiones Divisas: Ab Ipso Authore Recognita, Variis Rotae Decisionibus ac Diversis Pontificum & Imperatorum Constitutionibus, Cardinaliumque Sacri Concilii Tridentini Interpretum Declarationibus, Iuxta Stylum & Praxim Praesentis Temporis Illustrata. Accesserunt ad Singulas Sectiones Argumenta & Summaria, Indexque Questionum & Materiarum Locupletissimus. Liege: Typis Viduae Leonardi Streel, 1658. [xvi], 198 [i.e. 200], [20] pp. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Contemporary unlettered vellum. Rubbing to extremities, chip to lower corner of front board, other corners and spine ends bumped, soiling to spine, a few faint stains, boards somewhat bowed, vellum beginning to crack through pastedowns. Attractive woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light browning, faint dampstaining to a few leaves, some wear to edges of preliminaries and rear endleaves. Later armorial bookplate (of Leon Lahaye) to front pastedown. Early annotations to head of front free endpaper and foot of title page, interior otherwise clean. * Second edition. Surlet, the brother of Desiderius Erasmus, was an important theologian, canon lawyer, and Canon of Liege Cathedral. He went on to become Vicar-General of that city. Scholia is a treatise dealing with petitions, appeals and requests according to canon law and secular law of Liege. The first edition was published in 1621, the third and final edition in 1674. Our 1658 imprint was printed by a woman, "The Widow of Leonard Streel." Not in Dekkers or the British Museum Catalogue. This edition not in Camus. Schulte, Die Geschichte der Quellen und Literatur der Canonischen Rechts I:694.

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        Tractatus de Confiscatione Bonorum, Cui Accessit in Hac Postrema

      1658. Guazzini Sebastiano. Massini, Seraphino. Tractatus de Confiscatione Bonorum, Cui Accessit in hac Postrema Editione Semicenturia Practicarum Quaestionum Eandem Materiam Tractantium Seraphini Massini. Opus Nunquam Antea Impressum, Omnibus Iurisprudentiae Professoribus, Tam in Scholis, Quam in Utroque Foro Versantibus, Valde Utile, Ac Necessarium. Nec Tantum Magis Communibus DD. Placitis. Sed Etiam Plurium Supremorum Tribunalium Auctoritate, & Signanter Quamplurimis S.R. Rom. Decisionib. Exornatum. Cum Summariis, & Duplici Indice Rerum, Ac Sententiarum Locupletissimo. Macerata: Typis Heredum Augustini Grisei, & Iosephi Piccini, 1658. 160, [36], 307, [79] pp. The second part, by Massini, has the title: Practicarum Quaestionum de Confiscatione Semicenturia. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary vellum, contrasting vellum spine with raised bands and calligraphic title. Some rubbing to board edges, corners bumped, about half of backstrip lacking due to worming, cords secure, front hinge broken, front free endpaper and half-title detached, rear hinge partially cracked, minor worming to final few leaves and rear endleaves, a few signatures loose. Early armorial bookplate to front pastedown, title page printed in red and black, woodcut head-piece and decorated initials. Toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, internally clean. A solid copy of a scarce title. * Third edition. First published in 1611, this was a well-regarded treatise on the appropriation, under legal authority, of private property to the state in Roman, canon and Italian law. Little is known about Guazzini. The title page of our copy says he was an advocate and expert on criminal law associated with the Roman Curia. This edition is enhanced by an extensive second treatise by Massini. According to the title page, he was jurisconsult associated with the Rota in Macerata. OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law, 1 of this edition (at UC-Berkeley). British Museum Catalogue 11:193.

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        The Practice of Physick, in Two Volums, Very much Enlarged. Wherein is plainly set forth, The Nature, Cause, Differences, and Several Sorts of Signs: Together with the Cure of all Diseases in the Body of Man. In Twenty and Four Books. ... Written in Latin, and in English, By Lazarus Riverius, Counsellor and Physitian to the King, &c. Nicholas Culpeper, Physitian and Astrologer. Abdiah Cole, Doctor of Physick. And W[illiam] R[owland]

      London : Printed by Peter Cole.... 1658 . Folio, [-]2. A-C2, D-Z, Aa-Kk, Qq-Zz, Aaa-Yyy4, Zzz1, Bbbb-Kkkk, [-], A-C2, D1, D-Z, Aa-Ll, Rr-Zz, Aaa4, Bbb2, Ccc1, C-L4, M2, Llll4, Mmmm-Nnnn2, longitudinal title (with clean tear not affecting text) before the title page of 'The Practice of Physick' and another (for 'Culpepers Large Anatomy fitted for Physick') before title page of 'Four Books...',a little light browning throughout, small waterstain in foremargin of last few leaves, small paperflaw in D2 affecting a few letters, Cont. calf, joints and corners sometime renewed, a good clean sound copy. A reissue with a new general title of two books by Riviere, The Practice of Physick in Seventeen Books... 1655 (Wing R1559) and Four Books of that Learned and Renowned Doctor, Lazarius Riverius..... Unto which is added, A Fift Book, being Select Medicinal Counsels of John Fernelius..... (Wing R1555), A Physical Dictionary... London : P. Cole 1655 (with a separate title page, but in fact issued as part of the Practice of Physickwith a list of errata for that work on its last leaf) and a work with caption title only and separate pagination (pp1-75) Of the French Pox with, on the verso of the last leaf, a testimony by Alice Culpeper, widow of Nicholas, seeking to protect her husband's work from the piracies of the bookseller Nathaniel Brookes, dated 18. October 1655. From the evidence of the printer's ornaments used in this last work which also appear in The Practice of Physick it seems that it was printed by Peter Cole, but we have been unable to ascertain in what form it may have been issued previously. Despite the erratic nature of the collation, this work is complete. Lacun¾ in both signatures and pagination are always justified by catchwords and the continuity of the text. Wing R 1559A (& R 1555)

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        Traitté de l'aiman. Divisé en deux parties. La prémiére contient les expériences; & la seconde les raisons que l'on en peut rendre. Par M. D***.Amsterdam: chez Henry Wetstein, 1687.

      First edition of this beautifully illustrated treatise on the magnet and its uses, dealing with the invention of the compass, magnetic mountains in America, declination and the orientation of the compass-needle in a magnetic field. The plates are etchings by Adriaan Schoonebeek (1658-1705), the pupil of Romeyn de Hooghe and a prolific book-illustrator. They recall Sébastien Le Clerc's <i>Pratique de la geometrie</i> (Paris, 1669), where geometrical diagrams float above fanciful landscapes. In D'Alencé's plates, however, though most of the landscapes and rustic scenes seem unrelated to the scientific content, one or two provide a commentary. For example, fig. 18, illustrated by Hofer, shows a violent explosion with bodies flying in all directions, which Hofer suggests illustrates the magnet's potential.<br/><br/> The finely engraved frontispiece is described by Park Benjamin, in his <i>Intellectual Rise in Electricity</i> (London, 1895), as follows. "The lodestone, disposed in a bowl after the mode suggested by Neckam and Peregrinus, and marked with a longitudinal directing line, appears floating in front of the vessel, which the mariner, holding a rudder in one hand and a compass in the other, is about to board. The goddess, who appears to be advising him, points to the Great Bear, represented by the actual animal in the heavens, with the Pole Star situated at its tail, and also to a compass and a dipping needle, while in her left hand she has a sounding line. The idea evidently intended is that the divinity is advising the sailor to avail himself of all these means of guidance. There is also shown on the left a suspended armed lodestone, supporting at one pole a series of keys, and at the other a number of iron plates "this being possibly designed to indicate in some way the strength and consequent trustworthiness of the magnet." <br/><br/> Very little seems to be known regarding Joachim D' Alence (1640-1707); even his name is variously given as Dalance, Dalence, Dalence, etc., by different authorities. He is known almost solely because of the present work and his <i>Traittez des barometres, thermometres, et notiometres, au hygrometers</i> (Amsterdam, 1688), a companion volume also charmingly illustrated by Schoonebeck and important because it contains the first suggestion of the use of two fixed temperatures in the graduation of thermometers. <br/><br/> Second and third editions appeared in 1691 and 1712, and a German translation in 1690. <br/><br/> Brunet 5, 918; Gartrell 10; Wheeler Gift 200; Hofer, <i>Baroque Book Illustration</i> 142.. 12mo (154 x 88 mm), pp. [xx], 140, [8] with 33 plates by A. Schoonebeck. Contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt with red lettering-piece, gilt supralibros on both covers, hinges and capitals with careful leather restoration (not re-backed), end-papers renewed with old paper

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        Opera chymica, Bücher und Schrifften, so viel deren vom ihme bißhero an Tag gegeben worden. Jetzo von neuem mit Fleiß übersehen, auch mit etlichen neuen Tractaten vermehret..., sampt ein darzu verfertigten vollkommenen Register.

      2 Teile in 1 Band. 4° 2 wiederholte Holzschnitt-Druckermarken auf Titelblatt, 7 teils gefaltete Kupfertafeln, 1 Textholzschnitt, (12 Bl.), 574 (recte 554) S. - (6 Bl.), 444 S., (9 Bl.), 1 w. Bl. Lederband der Zeit auf fünf Bünden mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung (Kapitale, Ecken und Kanten restauriert, Rücken berieben) Zweite erweiterte Gesamtausgabe. - Waller 11153; Ferchl 187; Ferguson I, 322: "The works of the highly experienced and famous chymist...: containing, great variety of choice secrets in medicine and alchymy in the working of metallick mines, and the separation of metals: also, various cheap and easie ways of making salt-petre, and improving of barren-land, and the fruits of the earth. Together with many other things very profitable for all the lovers of art and industry." - Johann Rudolf Glaubers (1604 Karlstadt/Main - 1670 Amsterdam) "Lebenswerk... ist zu untergliedern in einen außergewöhnlich umfänglichen und vielgestaltigen experimentellen sowie einen die Grundlagen der materiellen Welt betreffenden Teil, der dem steten Bemühen um die Einsicht in das Wesen von Materie und bedingender Kraft gilt. Er ist in der Denkgesinnung mit Paracelsus, van Helmont und Sylvius de le Boë den iatrochemischen Prinzipien und damit zugleich der Suche nach der quinta essentia, dem alles lösenden Alkahest, der prima materia zugewendet. Er ist zugleich mit Boyle auf dem Wege zu klarer Einsicht in das Wechselspiel chemischer Stoffe. Im sinnvoll durchdachten, zielbewußt durchgeführten Experiment ist er richtungsweisend und seiner Zeit weit voraus. Er ist um die Gewinnung reiner chemischen Verbindungen, zugleich um die Schaffung experimentell-technischer Möglichkeiten zu ihrer Großherstellung bemüht, wodurch er zu einem maßgeblichen Begründer der chemischen Technologie wird" (NDB VI, 437). - Die Tafeln mit Öfen, Destilliergeräten etc. - Teils gebräunt, im Schlußteil gering wasserrandig. 2 Tafeln sorgfältig hinterlegt. Einige wenige Blei- und Farbstiftanstreichungen. Hinteres Vorsatzblatt mit Notizen. Trotz der erwähnten Mängel noch ansprechendes Exemplar.

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        Erasmi Schmidii Opus sacrum posthumum; in quo continentur versio Novi Testamenti ad Graecam veritatem emendata, et notae, ac animadversiones in idem

      Norimbergae -Sumptibus ac typis Michaelis Endteri, 1658 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely early copy ofan exploration into theNew Testament, with critical notes and observations. Written in Latin and GreekFeaturing an engraved frontispiece depicting Noah and his animals and engraved by sculptor J. Sandrart, an engraved plate ofErasmus Schmidt, and folding table. Collated complete. Written by early theologian and linguist Erasmus Schmidt. Private library plate to the front pastedown, from the Evangelical Union Theological Hall. The Evangelical Union was a religious denomination which originated in the suspension of the Rev. James Morison, minister of a United Secession congregation in Kilmarnock, Scotland, for certain views regarding faith, the work of the Holy Spirit in salvation, and the extent of the atonement, which were regarded by the supreme court of his church as anti-Calvinistic and heretical. It professed a creed which allowed them greater freedom as preachers of the Gospel. Condition: In a mottled calf binding with gilt design tot he spine. Externally, rather worn with marks, andshelfwear to the spine. Front board is held by the cords only and rear joint is starting. Internally, firmly bound with bright pages, given the age of the book, generally clean aside from the odd spot and handling mark. Private library bookplate to the front pastedown. Copperplate ink signature to front free endpaper, and title page. Overall: GOOD..

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        und der königlichen Schwedischen, &c.

      Kriegs-Flothen, am 29. Octobr./ 8. Novemb. jüngsthin im Sunde vorgefallenen harten See-Treffens, sampt dem weitern Erfolg, mit bestand der Warheit referiret wird. Zuwieder allerhand, für die Schwedische Parthey, an verschiedenen Orten in Teutschland, ausgesprengten, unwarhafften Relationen und Advisen, sonderlich aber eines also titulirten Extract-Schreibens aus Cronenburg, de Dato den 5. Novembr. 1658. Alles kürtzlich und mit Fleiß zusammen gezogen, aus gründlichen Nach- und Unterrichten vieler vornehmer hohen Officirer, welche selbsten in gemelten Treffen mit gewesen, und dabey die höhesten chargen exerciret, wie auch aus der Schiffs-Capitainen glaub-würdigen Journalien und See-Registern. Utan ort, 1659. 4:o. (35) s. Genomgående fuktrand, svag i början. Tagen ur band. Diskret bläcknotering på titelbladet. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek.VD17 23:315658Q. Bibl. danica III, sp. 160. Klemming, Sveriges krig, s. 166. Warmholtz 4704. Utkom ursprungligen 1658. Översattes även till nederländska. Skildring av sjöslaget i Öresund den 29 oktober 1658 då en kombinerad dansk och nederländsk flottstyrka besegrade den svenska flottan. Innehåller förteckningar på deltagande skepp och dess befälhavare. Skriften avslutas med ett utdrag ur Birgittas uppenbarelser

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        Heutelia. Das ist: Beschreibung einer Reiss, so zwee Exulanten durch Heuteliam gethan, darinn verzeichnet, 1. was sie denckwürdig gesehen und in obacht genommen, so wol in Geistlichen als Weltlichen. 2. was sie für Discursen gehalten. 3. was jhnen hin und wider begegnet.

      Lutetia (Ulm?), 1658 - Lutetia (Ulm?), 1658. 8°. (3) Bl. (gedruckter Titel und Clavis), (5) Bl. (handschr. Clavis), (7) leere Bl., (2) Bl. (Vorrede), S. 1 - 234, S. 237 - 297, 1 leeres Bl., (S 235/36 in der Pagination übersprungen). Mit 1 gest. Titel. Neuer Pergamentband im Stile der Zeit. Haller V, 1195. - Barth 2193. - Faber du Faur 448. - Jantz 2571. - Vgl. Bächtold S. 473 und Feller/Bonjour SS 405. - Einzige Ausgabe. Sehr seltene Satire über die Schweiz. "Im Jahre 1658 erschien eine Schrift, "Heutelia" betitelt (anagrammatisch gebildet aus "Helvetia"), die Beschreibung einer Schweizerreise, in welcher die staatlichen und gesellschaftlichen Zustände einzelner Kantone von schroff aristokratischem Standpunkt aus blossgelegt werden. Zur Sprache kommt die feile Justiz, die Aemtersucht, die Habgier und Bestechlichkeit der Landvögte., die geistige Trägheit und Versumpfung der Bürger, die schlechte Jugenderziehung, die unduldsame, dogmensüchtige Geistlichkeit beider Konfessionen, der Aberglaube, die Hexenprozesse." (Bächtold) "Ein pfälzischer Edelmann und ein württembergischer Rechtsgelehrter, beide reformiert, fliehen vor dem Dreissig-jährigen Krieg in die Schweiz und machen von Ort zu Ort ihre gepfefferten Glossen. Der Ton ist zügellos satirisch, bisweilen zynisch, namentlich wenn die Stellung der Frau gestreift wird. Lob und Tadel werden nach Orten verteilt. Zürich kommt gut weg. Gar von Bern entwerfen sie ein breites, schonungsloses Sittengemälde, das die Stadt in Aufruhr brachte. Ein Regierungsausschuss wurde eingesetzt, das Büchlein zu unterdrücken, umsonst. Es gehörte zu den boshaften Erzeugnissen, über die man sich mit Vergnügen ärgert" (Feller/Bonjour). Die im beliebten Stil der damaligen Sprachmengerei abgefassten Schrift - auf zehn deutsche Worte kommt gewöhnlich ein lateinisches - bietet mehr als andere Quellen Einblick in das eidgenössische Leben der Zeit. "Wer war der Verfasser? Schon im 17. Jh. hielt man Jakob von Graviseth dafür, der als bernischer Landvogt in Oron amtete. Heute neigt man dazu, die "Heutelia" dem in Payerne geborenen Hans Franz Veiras zuzuschreiben, einem Diplomaten in pfälzischen Diensten.". - Die ersten drei Blätter im Rand knapp beschnitten. Durchgehend leicht stockfleckig. Neuer Pergamentband im Stile der Zeit.

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        Three Volumes: Tooneelschilt; Lucifer; Electra van Sophokles

      Amsterdam: 1658. Octavo, 3 volumes. Full vellum. In very good condition.

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        Digby, Two Treatises: Nature of Bodies - Nature of Man&#39;s Soul 1658

      Printed for John Williams. LEATHER_BOUND. [DIGBY, Kenelm]. Two Treatises: In the one of which, The Nature of Bodies; In the other, The Nature of Man&#39;s Soul, is looked into: in way of Discovery of the Immortality of Reasonable Souls. London: printed for John Williams 1658; bound in leather binding with red and bright gilt titles to spine; clean text; some illustrations; solid copy with some chipping to spine top; scarce . Very Good. 1658.

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        [Alexander the Great] Q. Curtii Rufi, Historia Alexandri Magni. Cum notis selectiss. variorum, Raderi, Freinshemii, Loccenii, Blancardi, &c. Editio accuratissima. Accurante C. S. M. D Apud Iohannem Elsevirium

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Apud Iohannem Elsevirium, Acad. Typog:, 1658. Vellum. Near Fine. Small, thick 8vo: [iv],751,[1],93 [Freinshem&#39;s supplement ],[46, unnumbered Index]pp, with engraved title page finely colored by a contemporary hand, folding map, folding plan of the Temple of Ammon, and numerous woodcut head and tail pieces, initials and illustrations in the text. Period vellum with yapped edges, faint manuscript title to head of spine, edges speckled red. An excellent copy, tight and bright. Willems 821. Goldsmid, v. I, pp. 124-25. & Early Elzevier variorum edition, in Latin, with extensive notes by Rader, Loccenius, Blankaart, Schrevel and Freinshem. Quintus Curtius Rufus was a Roman historian, writing probably during the reign of either Emperor Claudius (41-54 AD) or Vespasian (69-79 AD). This, his only surviving work, is a biography of Alexander the Great, in ten books, of which the first two are lost and the remaining eight are incomplete. Historiae Alexandri Magni enjoyed great popularity in the Middle Ages and is the principal source for Walter of Chatillon&#39;s epic poem Alexandreis. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        NATURAL MAGICK: A Neapolitane: in Twenty Books

      London: For Thomas Young and Samuel Speed, 1658. First English language edition of Porta&#39;s Magiae naturalis libri viginti, originially published in 1558. Full contemporary speckled calf, stamped in blind with gilt faintly visible on the spine and spine label split. An honest, unsophisticated copy if somewhat worn and a little tired, complete with the engraved title by R. Gaywood and the printed title in red and black. Folio (pages 261 x 173 mm), collating: [4 blanks], [engraved title], [printed title], [4 Reader&#39;s Preface], 1-128, 131, 130-384, 381-388, 393-409, [1 blank], [6 Table of Contents], [4 blanks]; complete. This translation is based on the expanded 1589 edition of Porta&#39;s "Magiae naturalis." & & It is an uncritical compilation of the fantastical and the empirical, discussing subjects such as demonology, magnetism, alchemical secrets, the beautification of women and the camera obscura. "Porta was the first to add a concave lens to the aperture of the camera obscura, and his comparison of the camera lens to the pupil of the eye provided an easily understood demonstration that the source of visual images lay outside the eye, thus ending a centuries-old controversy." (Norman 1726) A wonderful, early pseudo-scientific work offering a small glimpse into the learning of the time.

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        Historie van het leven en sterven van Heer Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, Ridder, Heere van den Tempel, Berckel, Rodenrijs. Gewesen Advokaat van Hollandt, etc. Waerachtelijck beschreven door een liefhebber der waarheydt.

      Op Loevesteyn [Rotterdam]; 1658 - . "Den tweeden druck / vermeerderd met het gene in den eersten druck was uytgelaten / en andere noodige dingen." Engraved portrait by Mirevelt; contemporary vellum; (16), 366, 142, (2) pp. * Author unknown. New endpapers. Titlepage with small repair; some pages slightly soiled.

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        Basilica chymica, pluribus selectis & secretissimis propria manuali experientia approbatis descriptionibus, & usu remediorum chymicorum selectissimorum aucta a Ioan. Hartmanno. Edita a Iohanne Michaelis et Georg. Everhardo Hartmanno

      Genf, Chouet 1658.. 8 Bll., 220 S.; 6 Bll., 419 S., 5 Bll.; 1 w. Bl., 114 S., 19 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. auf 4 Bünden mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Wellcome II, 408; Ferchl 109; vgl. Rosenthal 241 ff, Ackermann IV, 35 f, Caillet 2702 ff u. Ferguson I, 186 (andere Ausgaben). - Zweite Genfer Ausgabe. - "Crolls (um 1560-1608) Hauptwerk enthält zahlreiche klare Vorschriften besonders anorganischer Arzneimittel. Unter den Ärzten ist er der bedeutendste Chemiker des 16. Jahrhunderts, zahlreiche Arzneimittel gehen auf ihn zurück" (Ferchl). Es erschien erstmals 1609 auf Latein und 1623 in deutscher Sprache. Johannes Hartmann (1568-1631), der erste Professor auf einem deutschen Universitäts-Lehrstuhl, schrieb zu der dritten Ausgabe (vor 1611) ein Geleitwort und einen 1634 erstmals posthum erschienenen umfangreichen Kommentar, der hier Crolls `Basilica chymica` vorangestellt ist. - Papierbedingt gebräunt, untere Ecke mit braunem Feuchtfleck, wenige Blatt im Vorwort leicht gestaucht.

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        India quae Orientalis dicitur, et insulae adiacentes

      Amsterdam., c.1658. Size: 490 x 395 mm Copper engraved map. Later colour. Very good condition. Mounted. An important and attractive Dutch map of South East Asia, showing Dutch discoveries in northern Australia. The map includes South East Asia in general with all of Malaysia, the East Indies, the Philippines, Indonesia, Indochina, Maledives and Southern China with the Pearl River Delta, Taiwan, and part of Japan. India quae Orientalis was first published in 1638, and in a number of editions in the years up to 1700. Richly embellished with three cartouches, coat of arms at head of dedication to Christophoro Thisio from Henricus Hondius, two compass roses, a sea monster and six sailing vessels. German text on verso.

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        Imperii Sinarum nova descriptio. Auctore. Joh van Loon

      [Amsterdam: Jansson, circa 1658]. Hand-coloured copper engraved map. Extensively and expertly restored where image had been cut. 19 3/4 x 23 1/2 inches. A good copy of this rare early map of China. This attractive and important map was first published in Jansson&#39;s Atlas Novus in 1658, but remains relatively rare as it appeared in only a few editions of the atlas. It was re-issued from the 1690s onwards by Valk & Schenk who added their imprint to the plate just under the sea-battle between the two western ships off the coast of Hainan. The map was drawn by cartographer Jan van Loon who managed to improve on earlier maps with greater accuracy and more detail: in particular, the coast around Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou is very carefully mapped. The two charming vignettes are particularly attractive: merchants and scholars support the title cartouche, whilst putti and winged mer-children frolic around the scale panel. Jan van Loon was a mathematician, astronomer and chart maker, who worked on the Pilot Books for Jansson and published two sea atlases on his own. Van der Krogt 8410:1C

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      London: Printed for John Williams ..., 1658 & 1657.. [48],312,301-429,[1],[10],136,139-143,[1]pp. Small quarto (signed in 8s). Modern three quarter calf and marbled boards. Bound without terminal blank, signature AA misfolded altering sequence (but complete). Scattered spotting and occasional marginal sums and annotations, marginal tanning early and late, verso of terminal leaf with 1731 ownership inscription and sums, closed edge tear in top edge of O7, small spot obscuring a few words on BB2r, a few creases at corners, last several leaves a bit darkened and frayed at extreme margins, but generally a sound copy, neatly bound. Second London edition, preceded by the 1644 Paris printing in folio, and the 1645 London edition. Digby&#39;s major published work in the field of speculative natural philosophy. The second Treatise is equipped with its own title-leaf, dated 1657, but the register is contiguous."The work is noteworthy on several counts: it contains the first fully developed atomistic system of the seventeenth century, the first important defense in English of Harvey&#39;s theory of the circulation, important discussions of reflex action and embryological development, an account of the first recorded patch text for allergy, the fullest early account in English of teaching the deaf to lip-read, and material on behavioral conditioning that anticipates the work of Pavlov. Digby&#39;s introduction of Gassendian and Cartesian atomism into England provided Boyle and Newton with the foundation for their achievements in chemistry and physics" - Norman (in reference to the first edition). ESTC R15511. WING D1450. NORMAN LIBRARY 639 (1644 EDITION).

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        De Geschiedenissen Kerckelyck ende Wereldtlyck van Friesland Oost ende West; Beginnende van d&#39;eerste Geheuchnis ende vol-trocken tot op het Iaar na Christi Geboorte MDCLXXXIII

      Franeker., Ian Boudewyns Wellens., 1658. 32 x 23 cms, gegraveerd titelblad, + wapenblad, + ( 16) bladzijden met Octroy, Toewijding, Toe-eygeninge, Tot den Leser, Poemata. + 1-929, (25) , 1-148 bladzijden. Enkele scheurtjes. + 17 gegraveerde portretten buiten de tekst. Blindgestempeld perkament uit de tijd, vlekkerig, met rug, gedeeltelijk los op de scharnieren. KEYWORDS: Nederland.

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        Guerras Civiles de Inglaterra y trágica muerte de su Rey Carlos

      Madrid, por Diego Diaz de la Carrera, Impressor del Reyno, a costa de Manuel López, Mercader de Libros, 1658. 4to.; 8 hs., 408 pp., 4 hs. Encuadernación en pergamino, de la época. Primera edicion española de la obra del conde ferrariense Bisaccioni, gentilhombre de Luis XIV y perfecta encarnación del aventurero de altura. La traducción se debe al Preceptor de Carlos II, Don Diego López de Albornoz, quien utiliza para aleccionadores fines hispánicos lo sucedido en Inglaterra a la cabeza de Carlos I (1600-1649) haciendo ver cuan útil sea la Historia al Príncipe «mostrando en agenos escarmientos lo que se deve seguir, lo que huir y lo que con buen arte se deve apartar».

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        Stätte-Buch: Oder Außführliche.. Beschreibung der fürnehmsten Stätte, Plätze und Vestungen, meistens in Europa.. fortgesetzt durch H.-Ad. Authes

      Frankfurt, Ammon 1658. 21 cm. (6), 964 (falsch 962), 138, (2 weiß), 112, 72, 38, (2 weiß), 100, 88, 136, 198, (2 weiß), 24 Seiten mit Kupfertitel und 67 (2 blattgroß) Holzschnittansichten. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. - Bachmann S. 13f. - Mit Ansichten und a. von Aachen, Antwerpen, Augsburg, Basel, Braunschweig, Breslau, Brüssel, Bremen, Kassel, Köln, Dresden, Erfurt, Frankfurt/M., Frankfurt/O., Freiburg i. Broschur, Fulda, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Jena, Jerusalem (blattgroß), Königsberg, Landshut, Leipzig, Lübeck, Lüneburg, Magdeburg, Mainz, Münster, Nürnberg, Osnabrück, Regensburg, Rom (blattgroß), Riga, Rostock, Speyer, Trier, Tübingen, Ulm, Wien, Wittenberg, Worms, Würzburg, Zürich. Kupfer-Titel mit kleinen Ansichten von Aachen, Nürnberg, Ulm, Augsburg, Straßburg, Köln, Regensburg, Lübeck und Frankfurt/M. - Schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. -

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        Histoire naturelle et morale des Iles Antilles de l'Amerique

      First edition, a remarkable early Huguenot emigration guide. 1658. Rotterdam. Arnout Leers. In 4to (230 mm x 165 mm). 2 [blank] + 8 ff. [including engraved title] + 527 + 6 ff. + 2 [blank] + 44 plates, many of which full page. Contemporary vellum over boards, head with upper hinge starting with minor loss of vellum, else very good. A fine example, very clean and fresh, only slightly foxed. Rare first edition, issue with L. D. P. (Louis de Poincy, to whom authorship has been attributed) in the dedicatory epistle, possibly the rarest issue. In fact, the authorship has been long debated, according to Sabin, ?Much of the material may have been collected by De Poincy, but the principal or rather sole compiler of the work appears to have been Charles de Rochefort?; today the consensus is that it was written by Rochefort, the Dutch edition of 1662 so confirms it. A truly remarkable work on the islands of the Caribbean, arguably intended as an emigrant guide; the first part relates mainly and contains extensive details on the region´s natural history, the second part deals with the manners, customs, trade, religion, organization and administration of the Caribs. The work finishes with a vocabulary of the Carib language by Father Raymond Breton. The work is profusely and handsomely illustrated with 43 copper-plates of varying sizes, a full page portrait of Jacques Amproux and a splendid engraved title page. Brunet III, 206. Sabin, 72314.

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