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2010-07-14 09:29:24
Reyner, Edward
Printed by R.I. for T.Newberry, 1658. -Eleventh Edition Stated-This is NOT an ex-library book- Binding is ORIGINAL LEATHER; binding and text are FAIR to GOOD. Pages fully intact up-to page 114 (including free front end paper and TITLE PAGE). Pages 115 through 146 present, but loose. Pages 147 through 238 missing. Pages 239 through 284 sewn into leather spine. The rest of the volume solid and intact until the 'finis' (pgs. 285 to 462). The title page also states: 'CONTAINING DUTIES to be DAILY OBSERVED by EVERY BELEEVER. With a PREFACE INTRODUCTORY to the Work of Walking by RULE. Hereunto is added a Direction for the GOVERNMENT of the THOUGHTS, and of the AFFECTIONS.' INCLUDED in this work are: The EPISTLE DEDICATORY, An EPISTLE to the READER (by EDMUND CALAMY), Ten Rules to Walk By, and An ALPHABETICAL TABLE of the chief things in the foregoing TREATISE, to wit, the RULE OF THE NEW CREATURE. 462 pages (some missing) with END PAPERS. OVERALL, a nice collector's copy of an EARLY, SCARCE and ORIGINAL RELIGIOUS work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Maine Bookhouse [Oxford, ME, U.S.A.]
2010-07-05 07:51:23
Nuevo Atlas del Regno de Inghilterra. 1658, Spanish. - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 50 x 38.5 cm. (19½ x 15 inches) Very good condition. An attractive map of Suffolk with ten coats of arms along top edge, with title cartouche decorated, and three further coats of arms. Secondary cartouche with scale at lower left. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandica, vol II: 5290: 2 Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandicae II, 5290:2
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2010-04-28 16:48:30
LUCANUS. - BREBEUF, (Guillaume de).
Leiden, Jean Elsevier, 1658. With engr. figured title, engr. vignette on printed title (Le solitaire). 417 pp. 12mo. 18th-cent. full red morocco, flat spine gilt with gilt lettering, gilt lozenge design on sides, gilt outer edges and inner dentelles, pastedowns and flyleaves of blue watered silk, edges gilt (signed Bozerian jeune on back; spine slightly faded). Leiden, Jean Elsevier, 1658. First Elsevier edition of this French verse translation of Marcus Annaeus Lucanus' "Pharsalia" by Guillaume de Brébeuf (1618-1661). It was initially published in Paris in 1655. Fine copy in an elegant binding executed by the famous binder Bozerian jeune (fl. 1805-18). He was one of the most productive binders of the period working for Napoleon, Renouard and all the great bibliophiles of his time. - Willems 827 ("Edition fort bien exécutée"); Copinger 2913; Schweiger 568; Hoefer VII, 288f. ("on trouve chez lui un grand nombre de beaux vers et d'expressions poétiques"); Brunet III, 1202 ("elle est jolie, et les exemplaires bien conservés sont rares et recherchés"). CLASSICS ; LITERATURE: FRENCH ; [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2010-04-28 16:00:45
Franzii, Wolfgangi (Wolfgang Franz)
Jan Jansson, Amsterdam, 1658. 5th edition of a book very popular in its time, which includes natural histories of dragons, unicorns and many other seldom-seen beasties. 16mo in stiff vellum boards, probably original (though the endpapers are not), with leather stitching probably added later. Edges stained blue. The engraved title page depicts many creatures both familiar and strange. Good; the repair of the binding makes it quite stiff, broken at title page (1cm portion of title page attached to fep). Spot stains on rear board; some stains on outer pages but mostly very clean. The title page bears an interesting history of owners: at the bottom is written "Ad libros Johannis Mulleri pertice", probably the 1st owner; then there is "J.D. Mauser ex patr. libr. 1742"; also "Plagwitz - Leipzig 1880". All are written quite small. The type is very small here but well printed, by a publisher known for some early editions of the Mercator Atlas. 631 pp. + indices. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: PAGE ONE TOO [Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.]
2010-04-26 20:25:55
SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, Nicholas (1600-1667).
Paris: The Author and Pierre Mariette, 1658 [but 1665]. Folio (17 2/8 x 12 6/8 inches). Title-page with woodcut arms (laid down on contemporary stock), letterpress "Table des Cartes" (extensively repaired on verso). Double-page engraved "Mappemonde ou carte generale" (1651) (repaired on verso with missing text supplied in manuscript), and 130 maps, all hand-colored in outline and mounted on guards throughout (occasional light spotting, browning or marginal dampstaining, last map of Ancient Greece repaired on verso). Late 17th-century calf gilt (spine and corners with early restoration). Provenance: Maps numbered consecutively in a 17th-century hand. A comprehensive edition of Sanson's important work, containing a number of important maps pertaining to the Americas: "Mappemonde ou carte generale" (1651), "L'Hydrographie ou description de L'Eau" (1652), "Harmonie ou Correspondance du Globe" (1659) all showing California as an island; "Amerique Septentrionale" (1650), the first to show all five Great Lakes; "Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France" (1656); "Le Nouveau Mexique et la Floride" (1656); "Mexicque ou Nouvelle Espagne" (1656); "Les Isles Antilles." (1656); "Amerique Meridionale" (1650); "Terre Ferme ou sont les Governations, ou Gouvernemens de Terre Ferme, Cartagene, St. Marthe, Rio De la Hache, Venezuela, Nouvelle Andaluise, Popyan" (1656); "Partie de Terre Ferme ou sont Guiane et Caribane" (1656); "Le Perou et le course de la Rivre Amazone" (1656); "Le Chili" (1656); "Le Bresil" (1656); "Le Paraguayr, Le Chili, et Les Isles Magellanicques" (1656); "Les Deux Poles." (1657 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-26 15:02:50
Digby, Kenelme
London: R, Lownes and T. Davies, 1658. [10] 152 [+1]. This copy lacks the blank leaves at the front and back. This is an elegant full leather binding with all edges gilt. The covers and spine are geometrically decorated, that is with all straight lines. The endpapers are marbled. This copy has one slight defect on pages 145-146. A smallish piece of this leaf was missing and has been skillfully been made whole. Ten words that were missing have been supplied in manuscript (printed in black ink). Nine of the words which have been supplied are clear, but one is obscure. The pages are a bit browned, but not seriously so. There is very little foxing. This is the very rare first English edition. It is Osler 2457 and Wing D1435. Osler has a long annotation and was fascinated by the rarity of this work. The DSB speaks of Digby's cure as follows: "In 1657 his increasingly poor health led Digby to take the waters at Montpellier, where he gave his famous account of the 'powder of sympathy,' which cured wounds by being rubbed on the weapon that inflicted them. It was a strong solution of vitriol (copper sulphate) in rainwater, which could be imnproved by drying in the sun and by mixture with gum tragacanth. It worked by a combination of occult and natural powers, that is, by attraction and by the small material particles given off by all objects." (DSB4.95b). First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall.
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2010-04-19 01:45:33
CURTIUS RUFUS, Quintus, fl. 41-54
Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Apud Iohannem Elsevirium, Acad. Typog:, 1658. Vellum. Near Fine. Small, thick 8vo: [iv],751,[1],93 [Freinshem'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'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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2010-04-13 06:10:29
DIGBY, Sir Kenelm
London: printed for R. Lowndes, and T. Davies,, 1658. With Instructions how to make the said Powder; whereby many other Secrets of Nature are unfolded. Rendered faithfully out of French into English By R. White, Gent. The second Edition corrected and augmented, with the addition of an Index. Duodecimo (139 × 75 mm). Contemporary unlettered sheep sewn on two cords, unlined, double blind rules. Engraved bookplate of William Tempest of the Inner Temple, 1702, to blank A3v; 1900 ownership inscription to initial blank. With final index and advert leaf. Spine restored at head and tail, corners worn, title leaf with small tear in gutter costing one letter and small part of typographic frame, fore edge of same leaf a little frayed, a little light spotting, still a good copy. Second edition in English, same year as the first, a translation of a lecture delivered to a congress of French virtuosi, giving Digby's complex mechanical explanation of the "sympathetic powder", a Paracelsian weapon-salve which was applied to the weapon that inflicted the wound, rather than to the patient. Exiled in Paris after the English civil war, Digby studied chemistry under the Scottish royal physician, William Davidson. He had "cured his friend James Howell, then the duke of Buckingham's secretary, of a sword-cut in the hand by dissolving some powdered vitriol crystals in water and plunging into the mixture a cloth stained with blood from the wound. The pain in Howell's hand, some yards away, immediately ceased … Many were convinced by Digby's evidence, including Joseph Glanvill, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-11 14:58:01
Reeve, John, & Lodowick Muggleton
London: Pr. by T.J. for Francis Cosinet 4to (18.9 cm, 7.4"). [2], 78, [2 (blank)] pp.. 1658 First edition of this anti-Baptist and anti-Quaker polemic. Reeve and Muggleton, self-proclaimed as the two witnesses mentioned in Rev. 11:3 ff., were the prophets and leaders of the Muggletonians, a small Christian sect that denied the doctrine of the Trinity, believed that God would no longer interfere in human affairs after the revelation of their founders, and condemned prayer and preaching. In this treatise the pair discuss the nature and destiny of the soul, the source of true apostolic authority, and the distinctions between true and false ministers. ESTC and OCLC locate only eight U.S. institutional holdings. The pagination here matches Wing but not ESTC, which calls for only 56 pages. Period-style calf, covers framed in blind double fillets, spine with gilt-ruled raised bands and gilt-stamped leather title-label. Pages age-toned and spotted; one leaf with outer and lower margins repaired some time ago.
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2010-04-04 19:36:52
Voss, Isaac
Hagae-Comitis (The Hague): Adrianum Ulacq, 1658. Title in red and black, [1],315,[19] pages. Small quarto (8 1/4 x 6 inches); contemporary vellum with leather label; vellum sprung with one corner chewed. With the ownership signature of Thomass Farr Pomponius Mela was an important Roman geographer of the first century A.D. His "De Situ Orbis " is the earliest known description of the ancient world written in Latin.
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2010-03-24 17:51:18
Charron, Peter
London: Printed for Luke Fawne. VG+. 1658. Hardcover. Rebacked with five raised bands on spine and spine label bearing gilt titles, corners repaired, recent endpapers, first leaf (A1) with contemp ink inscription to verso, engraved title page, title page of 1st book (B7) with contemp signature, a few minor marks and very small worm holes to lower margins and final blank leaf missing small strip from lower edge, pp. [28] 524 [24]. For this, his most famous work, Charron borrowed heavily from the Essays of his friend Michel de Montaigne. Charron shares Montaigne's scepticism but perhaps the book is most significant for its championing of reason rather than religion as the basis for morality, something for which Charron would be labelled 'a brutal atheist', despite Charron's view that in matters of faith a man should be 'simple and obedient' and allow himself to be led by public authority. , 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
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2010-03-18 11:52:15
Wingate, Edmund [Edmond]
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.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2010-02-19 15:27:13
Samuel Laberhiel] Laberhittel (Samuele), R. P.
- Vetero-Pragae, 1658. In-16 (75x12,9 mm) de (37) ff., 386 pp.; velin, titre manuscrit au dos, fermoirs cuir et fer (reliure de l'époque). Bel exemplaire. Rare. La librairie offre aux clients d'AbeBooks 20% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 250 EUR.
Bookseller: Librairie les mains dans les poches [France]
2010-01-15 11:20:32
Dodaridge, John]
. Modern 1/4 calf, definite embrowning, cut close; sound only. Printed for L. Chapman, and are to be sold at his Shop [etc.], London, 1658.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2009-12-10 13:57:51
Francofurti [Frankfurt], Serlini & Ammoni, 1658. 12mo. 539, (6) s. Kobberst. tbl. med Chr. II og Gustav Wasa i sverdduell, samt kart over Norden med landfast forb. mellom Danmark og Sverige. Senere klistermarm. pappbd. m. rød skinnetikett. Bd. sv. sl. i ytterkantene. Materien ren og pen. N. i eldre hånd på tittelbl. . . Dansk historiker [1503-84]. Ble ansatt som "Danmarks Riges Historicus" for å fullføre Saxos danmarkshistorie, men bare brokker av hans materiale ble trykt, bl. a. denne; Christian II's historie, som utkom posthumt. Hans håndskrevne manuskripter strøk med i brannen i universitetsbiblioteket i 1728. B. D. III, 45. Thesaurus 672.
Bookseller: Norlis Antikvariat [NO]
2009-11-19 21:22:08
Osborn Francis
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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2009-05-10 09:43:19
Saur, Abraham (von Frankenberg)
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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2009-04-25 19:35:25
VAN LOON, Jan (c. 1611 - 1686)
[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'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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2009-04-23 13:21:06
Riverii, Lazari
Hague, Netherlands: Adrianum Vlacq, 1658. Full calf 5 raised bands with gilt spine lettering on red morocco labels. Spines have been replaced and calf is tan rather than darker calf of original boards. All edges red laquered after binding in which pages were trimmed. The trimming of the pages in volume one is quite close in some cases. Preliminaries and postliminaries were replaced when the rebinding was done. Board edges shelfworn with some bumps and corners also bumped with some loss of leather. Owner signature on ffeps. The author was a professor of medicine at the University of Montpellier, and was physician and councillor to the King of France. These volumes probably comprise all the medicine known at the time, and appear to cover the entire human body from the head to the intestinal system, with at least fifty pages devoted to angina in volume two. Done in Latin, this pair of books seems to be the textbook of medicine of its time just as Harrison was in the twentieth century.. Ninth Edition. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Trade.
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2009-03-17 06:25:04
ROCHEFORT, Charles de]
engraved title page, portrait of Jacques Amproux and many engravings in the text of trees, plants, animals, fish, etc. 4to, contemporary calf; (head of spine worn; front lower hinge starting; scattered foxing, mostly in margins; otherwise very good). Rotterdam: Arnould Leers, 1658. With Vocabulary of the Carib Language by Father Raymond Breton on pp. 515-27. Published to induce Huguenot immigration to the West Indies, this significant work contains much on the natural history and the French settlements there. Also there is much material on the Carib Indians. "Much of the material may have been collected by De Poincy, but the compiler of the work appears to have been Charles de Rochefort, pastor of the French Protestant church at Rotterdam, who had resided several years in the West Indies." Sabin 72316. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-14 06:33:48
SEXBY, Edward)].
Lugduni, Anno, 1658. - in-12. 1f. 94pp. Plein veau dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XVIIIs.). Première édition française très rare de cette apologie morale et politique du tyrannicide. Paru en anglais l'année précédente sous le titre de "Killing no Murder" sous le pseudonyme de William Allen, l'ouvrage est aujourd'hui attribué à Edward Sexby (1616-1658), opposant à Cromwell et auteur d'une conspiration pour l'assassiner. Ce texte s'insère historiquement dans le courant philosophique qui accompagne la réflexion sur la démocratie et les libertés civiles et politiques. Il fut réédité au moment de la Révolution Française (1793) où le roi fut assimilé à un tyran. En 1790 une initiative relayée par le journal "Les Révolutions de Paris" prônait l'organisation d'une "Légion de Brutus" pour délivrer l'Europe de ses "tyrans". Bel exemplaire relié en veau au XVIIIs. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [France]
2009-03-09 05:11:06
VISSCHER, Nicolaes (1649-1702)
[Amsterdam: Visscher, 1658. Four hand-coloured copper engraved maps. A set of the four continental maps from the Golden Age of Dutch cartography The Dutch were especially well equipped for the role they played in the European discovery and colonization of the wider world. Unencumbered by any desire to impose their religious or political beliefs, they simply wanted to trade commodities and profit thereby. The ascendancy of the Dutch in global trade lasted only as long as they could withstand the English and French, who, with much larger populations, ultimately overwhelmed them, but for a considerable portion of the 17th century, the Dutch were supreme. The outlines of the world the Dutch merchantmen discovered was conveyed to the rest of Europe (as Spain and Portugal did not) in beautifully engraved and coloured maps that resonated with authority. In these four maps by Visscher, with only a few exceptions (Hokkaido, Australia, New Zealand and the mythical Anian), the continents are delineated and defined in a remarkably accurate way. This was the accumulation of the day to day observations of sea captain / tradesmen, who at this time gave the world the first comprehensive sea charts. The Dutch were tradesmen and seafarers, not conquerors or settlers, so the fundamental advancement in geographical knowledge was in coastlines and rivers, as if in preparation for the great movements of peoples to come. The interiors derive from other, less reliable sources, some of them ancient as the Ptolemaic interior of Africa. The four maps form a balanced composition … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-01-30 09:11:41
Björenklou, Mattias
O. O. u. Dr., 1658. (12) SS. Halblederband um 1900 mit goldgepr. rotem Rückenschildchen. 4to. Eine von fünf deutschen Ausgaben im selben Jahr (erschien außerdem lateinisch als "Memoriale iteratum in puncto pacis & securitatis publicae"). Am Schluß datiert "Franckfurt am Mayn, den 22. Hornung Anno 1658". Der schwedische Politiker und Diplomat Mattias Biörenklou (1607-71) nennt sich hier als "Erbherr in Elmenhoff, Wannestatt und Tißlingen". Er protestiert gegen die militärische Intervention der Habsburger gegenüber dem Fürstentum Siebenbürgen, welches sich unter Georg II. Rakoczi im Zuge der schwedisch-polnischen Kriege auf die schwedische Seite geschlagen und mit seinem siebenbürgisch-kosakischen Heer weite Gebiete Polens im Süden und Osten verwüstet hatte. - Papierbedingt stellenweise leicht braunfleckig. VD 17, 14:081573H. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2008-12-24 15:32:02
28x36 cm. - Dabei: FRANKFURT. Abbildung deß Kayserlichen und Churfürstlichen Banquets aff dem Römer den 22 July - 1 Augusti 1658. Kupfer ebenso. 25 : 34 cm.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2008-12-05 20:39:11
PASCAL, Blaise
London: for Richard Royston, and are to be sold by Robert Clavell, , 1658. or, The mystery of Jesuitisme. Discovered in certain Letters, written upon occasion of the present Differences at Sorbonne, between the Jansenists and the Molinists: displaying the pernicious Maximes of the late Casuists: The second edition corrected: with large Additionals. 12mo, pp. [xxii], 359, [3], 147, [6] index, errata & adverts. Eighteenth-century half calf, lately rebacked with black morocco, marbled sides. Without half-title. Folding plate of St Ignatius and four other Jesuits. The "Additions" have separate title and pagination; the errata refer to both works. Corners worn, a few trivial short marginal tears, a very good copy. Second, greatly enlarged edition, the English translation usually attributed to John Evelyn. The distinguished French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) was a convinced Jansenist. His clandestinely-printed Provinciales, first published in 1656, include four letters on the fundamental points at issue in the dispute with the Jesuits on grace. Voltaire, hailing Pascal as the first of the French satirists in his Siècle de Louis XIV, reckoned that "these letters may be considered as a model of eloquence and humour. The best comedies of Molière have not more wit than the first part of them; and the sublimity of the latter part is equal to any thing in Bossuet." The Letters were widely reprinted and translated, especially in countries delighted to see the Jesuits attacked.
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2008-11-15 12:18:38
Amsterdam, L. & D. Elzevir, 1658. Folio. (36x23 cm.). Contemp. full sprinckled calf. Professionally rebacked preserving orig. spine, richly gilt in 7 compartments. Gilt lineborders on covers. All edges gilt. (24) pp. incl. engraved title,327,(5),39,(1),226,(2) pp. including the 2 subtitles (Marcgraf & Bontius) and in the text around 650 fine wood-cut illustrations (fish, birds, plants, snakes, insects and other animals). The engraved title (with Dodo, Rhinoceros etc.) mounted and a small tear at bottom repaired without loss. Some quires slightly brownspotted and last few leaves a little browned and with faint dampstaining to margins in "Index Rerum".. First edition under this title of the only illustrated work on Brazilian natural history and native medicine until the nineteenth century. This work, sometimes called the second edition, is a revised and much extended, also with numerous new woodcuts, version of "Historia Naturalis Brasiliae, Leiden & Amsterdam, 1648". This last work appeared while Piso was still in Brazil, and he was most unhappy with the editing of his material. On returning to Holland, he produced this complete and full edition of his work, combining with it the material from the researches of Geoge Marcgraf, who died in 1644. Piso's work includes many descriptions of diseases and the native remedies for them, yaws, dysentery etc. etc., and established the author as one of the earliest authorities on tropical medicine. He intended the work to be a handbook of tropical medicine, pharmacology, and natural history. The work includes Marcgraf's observations at … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2008-10-26 07:10:46
Lepautre, Jean.
Paris, Pierre (II) Mariette, (no date, ca. 1658 - 1670). Complete series of very beautiful etched title and 5 plates, with plate numbers, 1-6, showing designs for chimney-pieces, with scales of measurements. ca. 21,8 x 14,8 cm on leaves of ca. 29 x 18,5 cm.*Fuhring Nos. 9346 - 9351. I.F.F. XVII, 12, Nos. 1476 - 1481. Destailleur (1863), 93. BAL, 2, No. 1839. Cf. Kat. Orn. Berlin No. 313, II, No. 50 (only 2nd edition). First edition of this very beautiful series of elaborate baroque designs for chimney-pieces in the manner of the Italians, invented and etched by the famous architect and ornament designer Jean Lepautre (Paris 1618 - 1682). The fireplace was one of the most important decorative elements of a room, thus receiving an elaborate ornamentation. Contains a chimney-piece flanked by large foliage consoles with garlands of fruit and crowned with a portrait medallion of an emperor supported by a putto and set between two sphinxes; chimney-piece crowned with a statue of Victory with an armorial trophy on either side, the hearth-plate is supported by two atlantes; chimney-piece, the overmantel is decorated with the Abduction of Proserpina in a medallion, with a putto seated on a lion on either side; chimney-piece surmounted by the bust of a woman being crowned by two cupids; chimney-piece set between two fluted Corinthian pilasters, above which is a niche with a vase; chimney-piece with a chimney-hood closed off by two shutters, crowned with the bust of an emperor. - Tiny erasure to plate 4, otherwise well preserved; bright impressions with ample margins.[(4420)] [Attribu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat [Leidschendam, Netherlands]
2008-07-25 09:26:06
Frankfurt, 1658. 4:o. 71 s. Enkelt klbd med Kurt Winbergs exlibris. Delvis ouppskuren och inlagan endast putsad. Små hål i s. 7. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 4648, noten. VD17 23:260491U. En översikt av den nordiska historien från forntid till samtid. Originalet var holländskt och utkom i Amsterdam samma år, liksom en tysk översättning. Arbetet är eventuellt författat av Johann Georg Keyssler.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]

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