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2012-06-25 22:10:24
Lucretius, Titus Carus
London: Printed for Thomas Sawbridge at the Three Flewer-de-luces in little Britain, and Anthony Stephens Bookseller near the Th, 1659. 95-52 B.C. Octavo, 7.6 x 4.5 inches. f Third edition. (a*)4, Ù2, (A)-(D)4, A-Z4, Aa-Ee4, (a)-(h)4, I2.(This copy has an extra blank bound after the title page.) The engraved frontispiece is bound opposite the title. This copy is bound in contemporary calfskin, and has been rebacked. This translation was prepared by Thomas Creech (1659-1700). The prefatory material contains commendatory poems by John Evelyn, Nathaniel Tate, Thomas Otway, and Aphra Behn among others, many of which were added after the first and second editions and this, the third edition contains the first appearance of several poems. The influence of Lucretius can be seen in Pope's 'Essay on Man.' Lucretius was also favorite reading of Shelley, Wordsworth, and Tennyson. "Creech's translation of Lucretius vied in popularity with Dryden's Virgil and Pope's Homer. The son of one of his friends is reported to have said that the translation was made in Creech's daily walk round the parks in Oxford in sets of fifty lines, which he would afterwards write down in his chamber and correct at leisure. [.] When Dryden published his translations from Theocritus, Lucretius, and Horace, he disclaimed in the preface any intention of robbing Creech 'of any part of that commendation which he has so justly acquired,' and referred to his predecessor's 'excellent annotations, which I have often reprinted in the last century, and was included in the edition of the British poets which was issued … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-24 15:10:51
FLUDD, Robert
London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley,, 1659. Written first in Latin, and afterwards thus rendred into English. Folio (272 × 185 mm), in 2 parts, part 2 with separate dated title page on leaf R4r. Twentieth-century half morocco, unlettered, marbled sides and endpapers. Lacks initial blank. Woodcut title vignettes, woodcuts in the text. Neat ownership inscription and faint inkstamp of the Scottish folklorist Rev. J. B. Mackenzie, Minister of Kenmore 1872-1911, at head and blank fore-margin of title. Trimmed a little close at head, very occasionally shaving the headline, minor dampstaining at extreme lower edge of first few leaves, a very good copy. First English edition of Fludd's last work, Philosophia Moysaica, the Latin version published posthumously at Gouda in 1638, the English translation said to have been Fludd's own work, an "explicit, detailed and highly organized Neoplatonist-Cabalist-alchemical interpretation of the universe" (Huffman, William, Robert Fludd and the end of the Renaissance, London: Routledge, 1988, 105). "Fludd was a devoutly Christian Neoplatonist, or, as he would call himself, a Mosaical Philosopher, since he begins with what he believes to be infallible principles delivered from God directly to Moses and his followers. Since he made some unique contributions to his grand synthesis of knowledge, over and above what was formulated originally by the Renaissance Florentine Neoplatonists, he felt justified in calling his philosophy 'Fluddean' as well as Mosaical" (Huffman, 104). The work includes Fludd's defence of his position on … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-23 16:00:20
Cambridge: John Field, 1659-1660. 2 volumes, folio. (17 1/8 x 11 1/8 inches). Vol. 1: Full page engraving of the Royal arms by Hollar, letterpress dedication to the King by Ogilby, section title to the Prayer Book with ornamental surround dated 1660, A2-4, B1-L2 (bound in twos) [Book of Common Prayer]; engraved general title, ¶1-¶¶4 (in fours) [Notes to the Reader and Table of Contents]; A1-3K6 (bound in sixes), 3L1-4 [Genesis through Job]. Vol. 2: Section title page, 3M1-4Y6 (bound in sixes), 4Z1-4Z8 [Psalms through Malachi]; a-x6 (in sixes), y1-4 [Aprocrypha]; letterpress NT title dated 1659, A2-2D6 (in sixes), 2E1-8 [New Testament]. 111 engraved plates by Visscher, Hollar, Lombart and others after Rubens, De Bruyn de Vos, Tintoret and others (vol 1: 50 double-page engraved plates, 1 engraved map by Hollar dated 1657; vol. 2: 59 engraved double-page plates, large folding engraved view of Jerusalem by Hollar). Ruled in red throughout. Contemporary English red morocco, covers elaborately panelled in gilt, expertly rebacked to style, spines in eight compartments with raised bands, morocco lettering pieces in the second compartment, the others with an alternating overall repeat decoration in gilt, gilt edges. A superb copy of Ogilby's illustrated issue of Field's folio Bible of 1659, here with a larger number of illustrations than usually found, bound in period red morocco and ruled in red throughout for presentation: " unrivalled specimen of the press of the time..." (Lowndes). In 1659, John Field, the printer to the University of Cambridge, published a handsome … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-20 23:06:21
BRACHELIUS, Adolph. - THULDENUS, Christian Adolp. - BREWER à Puffendorf, Heinrich.
Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), Kinchius 1659,1674, 1679. In novem partes distributi; quorum accuratum Indicem & Summaruim exhibes sequens pagina. Tle. 1-3 (v. 8) in 1 Bd. 8°. 4, 16, 20, 111, 71S.; 6 S., 11 Bll., 7, 16, 48, 192, 101 (recte 111), 88, 30; 4, 22, 132, 64, 148 S. Mit gest. herald. Frontisp. u. Titelvign. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. Rü. restaur. VD 17 3:302173W; VD 17 39:122092Y; VD 17 39:122105T; VD 17 39:122090H - Enthält die Friedensverträge des Augsburger Religionsfriedens, der gemeinhin als Abschluß der durch die Reformation bedingten Auseinandersetzungen gilt. Vorhanden sind die ersten 3 Teile in 1 Bd.Teil 1: Tractatus Historico-Politici in quibus aurea bulla Caroli IV.; Teil 2: Tractatuum Historico-Politicorum pro Historiae Universalis; Teil 3: Tractatus Historico-Politici ad Tertiam Partem Historiae pertinentes. In quibus manifesta Danica, Suedica memoralia ... Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geschichte, Juridica u. Staatswissenschaften
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2012-06-20 12:16:30
blaeu. 1 vol. fort in-12 reliure d'époque plein veau granité, Amstelaedami, Ioannem Blaeu (ex officina Ioannis Blaeu), 1659,548 pp. et 2 ff. n. ch. (index) Bon état (petits mq. en mors, coins lég. frottés). Il s'agit du cinquième tome de l'édition Blaeu des Oeuvres complètes de Cicéron. Langue: Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2012-06-20 10:24:23
Angeli, Stephano degli
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-16 21:18:11
Vigier, Jean:
Den Haag, Adrian Vlacq, 1659. 3 Teile in einem Band. Kl.-4°. 8 n.n. Bl., 347 (recte 345) S, 7 n.n. Bl., 2 n.n. Bl., 142 (recte 144) S., 2 n.n. Bl., 83 S. Mit einer gefalteten Tabelle. Pappband um 1800 mit goldgeprägtem roten Rückenschild. Hirsch VI, 113. - Waller 9968. - Krivatsy 12408. - Erste und einzige Gesamtausgabe. "Vigier aus dem 16. Jahrh., von dessen Lebenslauf nur bekannt ist, dass er in Montpellier studiert in Castres praktiziert hatte, hat Schriften von fast rein compilator. Natur hinterlassen, die mehr von innerlichen Arzneien berichten, bezüglich deren Vigier einer gewissen Polypharmacie huldigte, als von eigentlich chirurg. Proceduren" (Hirsch). - Titel gestempelt. Einband bestossen und beschabt. Sprache: lateinisch / latin. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden + [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
2012-06-13 19:42:19
MONTAIGNE, Michel de
Enrichie et Augmentée aux marges du nom des Autheurs qui y sont citez, Avec les Versions des passages Grecs, Latins & Italiens, 1 vol. in-12 reliure pleine veau brun, dos à 5 nerfs orné (fleurons), Chez Christophe Journel [Iournel ], Paris, 1659, 2 ff., 827 pp. et 23 ff. n. ch. (table des matières) Tome 2 seul de cette intéressante édition en 3 tomes. Etat moyen (fente en mors avec un plat très faible). Prix en l'état. Tchemerzine, VIII, 439 Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2012-06-10 20:41:48
Schmitz, Johann Andreas
Genevae: sumptibus Petri Chouët, 1659. 24mo, pp. [12], 250, [13]; woodcut ornament on title-p., woodcut ornaments and initials; contemporary limp vellum; text a bit spotted throughout, clean tear in A2 (no loss); all else good and sound, or better. The text is laid out in alphabetical order, explaining and defining words ABORTUS to XIPHOIDIS. OCLC locates only 2 in the US (Yale and National Library of Medicine). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2012-06-10 20:41:48
Schmitz, Johann Andreas
Genevae: sumptibus Petri Chou�t, 1659. Genevae: sumptibus Petri Chouët, 1659. 24mo, pp. [12], 250, [13]; woodcut ornament on title-p., woodcut ornaments and initials; contemporary limp vellum; text a bit spotted throughout, clean tear in A2 (no loss); all else good and sound, or better. The text is laid out in alphabetical order, explaining and defining words ABORTUS to XIPHOIDIS. OCLC locates only 2 in the US (Yale and National Library of Medicine).
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2012-06-09 20:43:03
GLISSON, Francisci
Amsterdam:: Sumptibus Joannis Ravesteinii,, 1659. Near Fine. A Near Fine hardback in full modern vellum binding with red leather gilt lettered spine label, patterned endpapers, silk ribbon bookmark. Edges tinted blue. Complete with two folding plates and extra engraved title page. Minimal scattered foxing. 24mo. 552 pp. + Index.
Bookseller: By The Book, LC ABAA-ILAB
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2012-06-08 08:43:57
Johannes Elsevier, Leyden, 1659. 2 obras en 1 vol. 15x9, frontis grab (1658), port. con grab, 8h (manchita de tinta en margen sup), 286p (leve óx), port. con grab, 143p (más óx, mancha hum. margen inf. en pp 29-48 y 121-135), 2h, 74p (mancha margen inf. 55-74), 1h (mancha). Tela. - Volumen elzeviriano de gran rareza con dos obras maestras de la tipografía. Firma autógrafa de Jacob van de Werve en anverso de 1ª port. El primer versículo de cada salmo está impreso con notación musical. Sigue el catecismo de la Iglesia holandesa.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Madrid, Spain]
2012-06-01 07:32:18
Matina Leone (1611-1678)
Patauii : typis Hertz ; Venetiis : venduntur apud Jacobum Herzium sub signo Nauis, 1659 - In-4 (31,5 cm) (3) c. (di tav. (20) 344 325-330 (8) Frontespizio inciso a piena pagina, ritratto del doge Domenico Contarini e dell'autore firmati Jacobus Piccinus deli. et sculpsit Venet. Bellissima legatura coeva in pergamena rigida con fregi e caratteri dorati incsi ai piatti e al dorso, con due legacci in tela. Margini del frontespizio e del ritratto del Contarini restaurati. Ex-libris con marca nobiliare Nordkirchen. 103 Elogi e ritratti calcografici dei dogi veneziani, da Paolo Lucio Anafesto (eletto nel 697) fino a Domenico Contarini (eletto nel 1659). - Frontespizio architettonico calcografico (Jacobus Piccinus deli. et sculpsit Venet. 1659). - Ritratto calcografico del dedicatario, Domenico Contarini (Jacobus Picinus ad uiuus delineauit et sculpsit Venet.) nella prima carta di tavola. - Ritratto calcografico di Leone Matina (Jac. Picinus c. regis scultor sculsit et ad uisum delinauit Venet.) nella seconda carta di tavola. Esemplare privo, come tutti gli altri, delle pagg. 325-326 (lasciate in bianco) censurate dal Senato Veneto perchè “sfacciatamente narcisistiche in favore dell'Autore”, ma in questo, prima della pagina 327 è stato inserito un fascicolo con elogio e ritratto del doge Nicola Sagredo numerando le pagine da p-325 a 330. Matina Leone: monaco benedettino cassinese; professore di sacra scrittura all'Universita di Padova; scrittore. Nato a Napoli e morto a Padova. Al contropiatto ex-libris Nordkirchen. Opera rara. Cicogna, 2259. [Attributes: First Edition; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana
2012-05-29 22:32:01
Philipott. Thomas and John.:
London Printed by William Godbid and are to be fold at his houfe over againft the Anchor Inne in Little Brittain M DC LIX, 1659. 1st edn.399pp. Folding map. Contemporary full calf boards, newer spine with gilt bands and gilt title on red leather label. VG copy WITH MAP. For further details please contact The Old Station Pottery & Bookshop. Wells-next-the-Sea. Norfolk. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Old Station Pottery and Bookshop [Wells-next-the-Sea, NORFO, United Kingdom]
2012-05-25 12:57:35
JEAN BOUDE, TOULOUSE 1659 - DECISIONS NOTABLES SUR DIVERSES QUESTIONS DU DROIT JUGEES PAR PLUSIEURS ARRESTS DE LA COUR DU PARLEMENT DE TOLOSE; divisé en six livres recueillies par feu Monsieur Maitre Jean de CAMBOLAS, conseiller du Roy en ses conseils, & président audit Parlement Mises en lumière après son décès par Mr.Maitre François de CAMBOLAS son fils, Conseiller du Roy en ces Conseils & audit Parlement de Tolose 1659, Tolose- Par Jean Boude, imprimeur ordinaire du Roy, & des Etats généraux de la Province de Languedoc, à l'Ensigne S Jean, près le Collège de Foix, avec privilège du Roy In-folio (25 x 37,5 cm), 38 et 742 pages et 24 pages d'index in fine illustré d'un cuivre sur la page de titre, lettrines et culs-de-lampes Reliure d'époque plein cuir, dos à 6 nerfs titré or, tranche rouge (ouvrage en français et en latin) Etat : lacunes de cuir au dos, coins et plats, papier propre, ouvrage solide, un classique du parlement de Toulouse et de la mémoire du droit Poids : 3 kg [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie KPMA Sarl
2012-05-24 10:02:27
Bookseller: Librairie Laurencier [Bordeaux, AQUIT, France]
2012-05-19 15:48:50
Buxtorf, Johannes (d. J.).
Basel, Georg Decker, 1659. (16), 492, (20) SS. Mit einigen figuralen Holzschnittinitialen. Pappband des 18. Jhs. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 4to. Erste und einzige Ausgabe des alttestamentlich-exegetischen Werks. Der Basler Theologe J. Buxtorf (1599-1664), Sohn des noch bedeutenderen gleichnamigen Hebraisten, dem er auch auf dem Lehrstuhl für Hebraistik nachfolgte, "verfaßte viele wertvolle Arbeiten aus dem biblischen Gebiete [und] war ein bedeutender Kenner der hebräischen Sprache" (Jüd. Lex.). Buxtorf d. J. "plädierte für die These der Unversehrtheit der hebräischen Bibeltexte, vertrat diese nachhaltig in einer umfangreichen Korrespondenz und trug so zur Ausbildung der orthodoxen, auf die Masora bezogenen Inspirationslehre bei" (DBE). - Papierbedingt durchgehend etwas braunfleckig (am Titel stärker). VD 17, 12:119374U. OCLC 3537544. Vgl. ADB III, 673ff. NDB III, 84f. Jüd. Lex. I, 1255f. Nicht bei Fürst. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-05-16 16:15:27
Fludd, Robert.
London: Printed for Humphrey Mosely, at the Prince's Armes in St. Paul's Churchyard, 1659. FIRST EDITION. Ex-libris, withdrawn (rather bad form by Harvard as it was originally bequeathed in 1875 by James Walker, DD, a former president of the college, whose plate remains on the front pastedown); rebound in plain brown cloth; much foxing, browning and other discoloration throughout the text but collates complete without textual loss. Last three leaves very browned and near detached. [vi], 300 pages with twenty figures of an esoteric nature and collates as complete. Wing F1391. With special title page at beginning of the second section. A translation of the Philosophia Moysaica and considered a true rarity. In plain brown cloth, quarto. A GOOD COPY, but must emphasize the fragility of this volume and the care needed to preserve it.
Bookseller: JD Holmes [USA]
2012-05-10 17:10:36
no publisher/printer, 1659. A satire on Sir John Barkstead, one of the "regicides" who tried and executed Charles I. Barkstead was one of the commissioners at the trial and in his career was also a major-general, a favorite of Cromwell, and lieutenant of the Tower of London. In 1662 it was his turn to meet the executioner, professing his belief in the lawfulness of his actions. There exist at least four different editions of this work. In this edition, line 9 of the title begins "VVhere" and line 19 has "Parliament, Council of State, and Army."
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2012-04-23 11:01:47
Ley James
Printed by Tho. Roycroft for H. Twyford, Tho. Dring [etc.], London 1659 - ?Contemporary calf, very worn, rebacked; sound The well-regarded and only contemporaneously printed reports and treatise devoted exclusively to the Court of Wards and Liveries, the financially important and controversial court which flourished for over a century after its formation by Henry VIII
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA
2012-04-23 06:25:53
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-04-19 22:11:58
Harrington, James
The only early edition of the work which J.G.A. Pocock numbered among Harrington's "most ambitious", appearing soon after his 'Oceana' and in part its forceful abridgement, propelling Harrington into "the mainstream of national political argument". Early 3/4 calf, rubbed, front hinge strained but firm, imprint shaved and top and bottom margins cut close, the main text unaffected; a good copy. Printed by J.C. for Henry Fletcher, at the three Gilt Cups [etc.], London, 1659.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-04-19 15:57:52
L. Annaei Senecae, [Lucius Annaeus Seneca], M. Annaei Senecae
Amsterdam: Elzevirios [Elzevir], 1659. Hardcover . VeryGood. Three volumes in full vellum. Armorial bookplate to each, probably 18th-century (John C. Warren.) Different owner's name (small, quill) to title pages. Minor foxing to a few pages. Engraved title page and engraving of Seneca in vol. 1. Vol's 2 & 3 have title pages dated 1658 with printer's mark. These are clean & solid copies, truly in "very good" condition. Uniformly bound in vellum, 5 raised bands, speckled edges, nice margins on all three books. If a photo is not visible next to this listing, it can be viewed on our Facebook page (Browsers' Bookstore in Corvallis) in the "Books in Stock" photo album.
Bookseller: Browsers' Bookstore, CBA [Corvallis, OR, U.S.A.]
2012-04-07 03:04:13
Cleveland, John
Printed: 1659. 1613-1658 Octavo, 5.6 x 3.6 inches. First edition. A2-8, B-I8, K4. This copy lacks the portrait. This copy is a little dirty, the edges are slightly trimmed. It is bound in nineteenth century quarter calfskin and corners with marbled paper boards. The corners are worn and the paper is dirty. This volume begins a new series of Cleveland, which continued, for a few years, to be published concurrently with the regular editions of his works, and was finally incorporated in the edition of 1687. The editor of the collection, E. Williamson, in his epistle 'to the discerning reader' claims to have been a friend of the poet, from whom he received the manuscripts which he here publishes. In his words Cleveland stated to him that 'most of his former printed Poems were truly his own, except such as have been lately added, to make up the volume." Thinks can hardly refer to the borrowings from Fletcher, which appeared the same year as the present publication, since Cleveland died the previous year. The editor admits, both on the title and in his epistle, that he has included some pieces by authors other than Cleveland. The collection contains thirty-six pieces in all. Among them is a Latin version of 'The Rebel Scot,' the original of which had always been included among Cleveland's poems. Four different elegies on Ben Jonson are taken from 'Jonsonus Virbius,' a collection of elegies on Jonson, which was published after his death in 1638. In that volume only one of them, that beginning 'Who first reform'd our stage of justest laws,' is credited to Cleveland; of the other th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-30 14:10:21
BALZAC, Guez de
Jean Elsevier 1659 - 1 vol. in-12 reliure de l'époque plein vélin à rabats blanc, Chez Jean Elsevier [ Elzevier ], Leide, 1659, 396 pp. (y compris le titre-frontispice gravé), 5 ff. de table et 1 f. blanc Rare et charmante édition elzévirienne, bien conforme à la description de Tchemerzine, I, 431-432. Bon état (petite mouill. ancienne au second plat, bon exemplaire par ailleurs). Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal
2012-03-24 15:37:15
Botero, Giovanni
per li Bertani, Venezia 1659 - Two volumes bound in one in small 4to; pp. (8), 162, (14); pp. (4), 77, (15); contemporary vellum over carton boards, binding soiled, first and last pages wrinkled, light traces of humidity in lower margin, else clean. Later edition of Botero's important contribution to political theory and political economy. First published in 1589 and 1598 respectively. For this edition see Einaudi 641 and 639. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher
2012-03-17 16:15:48
Leopold I., römisch-deutscher Kaiser (1640-1705).
1659. Deutsche Handschrift auf Pergament. 1 S. 624:785 mm. Erneuerung eines Dekrets von Kaiser Ferdinand II. - Die Unterschrift schwach lesbar; stärker fleckig und angestaubt und mit einigen kleinen Papierdurchbrüchen in den Faltungen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2012-03-15 12:06:43
John Rushworth
George Thomason c. 1659., London - Contemporary full blind-lined calf boards, rebacked expertly in six compartments of raised blind-lined bands, gilt red and green morocco labels on two and four respectively, gilt text on six, edges marbled. , A contemporary work written to support the Parliamentarians under Cromwell in the English Civil War. This edition is a later state. This can be determined by the detail given to the illustrations on the double page map; in particular the detail given to the ships. The early states have very detailed ships whereas the later states have ships that are sparsely illustrated.??Full of vastly curious and valuable matter? (Bp. Warburton), Rushworth?s Historical Collections narrates a turbulent episode of 17th century English history, when the English Civil War was breaking out. Throughout his narrative, Rushworth shows a partiality towards the side of Parliament. His narrative also issues a warning of the potential chaos and destruction that developments in the British Isles might lead to. The important folding map is untitled and attributed to Wenceslas Hollar (Baynton-Williams, ?New Worlds,? 83), juxtaposing a map of the British Isles with a view of the Battle of Prague ? effectively comparing the Thirty Years? War that was devastating Central Europe with the Civil War that was engulfing England, warning the English of the consequences of civil disorder. The map in very good condition published on laid paper with a handsome watermark. John Rushworth (1612-1690) was an English lawyer, historian and politician who sat on the House of Commons … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Canada]
2012-03-14 22:11:14
Bragadin., Venetia, 1659. 2 voll., in 4°, cart. muta, cc.nn. 35 + pp. 456 (1° vol.) + 474 + 72 (Aggiunta di un trattato dell'autore intorno la famosa questione - 2° vol.). L'opera consta delle trascrizioni in lingua ebraica delle più importanti e numerose citazioni dei discorsi pronunciati. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2012-03-13 19:46:47
REGINO vom Prüm (- Hildebrand, Joachim).
. Helmstedt, H. Müller 1659. 4°. (201) Bll. (statt 193: die Lagen Ii und Kk doppelt eingebunden). Gegenüber den Kollationsangaben im VD 17 (189 Bll.) ist in unserem Exemplar eine Lage 1Hh 4 enthalten, mit Auszügen aus Bestimmungen des Konzils von Toledo die Juden betreffend. In einem eigenen Vorwort an den Leser erläutert der Herausgeber, dass dieser Teil in zwei Manuskripten, die ihm vorlägen (dem Helmstädter und dem Mainzer), nicht vorhanden seien und erst in einem dritten, dem Wiener, gefunden worden wären. (Angeb.): HILDEBRAND, Joachim: De natalitiis veterum sacris et profanis libellus i natalem octogesimum tertiam Principis supra laudem positi Augusti Ducis Brunsv. et Luneb. ...Helmstedt, H. Müller 1661. 4°. (2) Bll., 89, (3) Ss. (Angeb.): HILDEBRAND, Joachim: ... De nuptiis veterum christianorum libellus. Helmstedt, H. Müller 1661. 4°. (68) Bll. (Angeb.): HILDEBRAND, Joachim: Veteris ecclesiae, martyrum inprimis et SS. patrum Ars bene moriendi variis circa aegrotos sacris antiquitatibus, et morientium dictis factisque memorabilibus, cum tota veterum circa moribundos praxi... Helmstedt, H. Müller 1661. 4°. (4) Bll., 232 Ss., (8) Bll. (Angeb.): HILDEBRAND, Joachim: ... De priscae et primitivae Ecclesiae sacris publicis, templis et diebus festis. Enchiridion collectum ... Helmstedt, H. Müller 1652. Pergament d. 18. Jahrhunderts (fleckig, nachgedunkelt, RD mit kleineren Wasserflecken) mit blindgepressten Stehkantenfileten (vermutlich ist das hintere Gelenk - wohl zwecks Entnahme eines weiteren Beibandes - offen gewesen und sehr professionell wieder geschlossen worden; dad … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Büchel-Baur
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2012-02-29 16:54:14
Sheffeild, Jo. Pastor of Swithins London
2012-02-23 03:22:56
Pocopagni Vitale da Brescia
apud Ricciardos, Brixiae, 1659. Bella legatura moderna in piena pelle con nervi e titolo impresso in oro al ds. Timbro e scritta di antica mano sbiaditi al frontis. Lievissimi aloni di inchiostro (ancora presenti dopo un accurato lavaggio) al margine esterno delle prime trenta carte. Interessante opera in forma di trattato ricavata da prediche ed insegnamenti del Santo senese con capitoli riguardanti il commercio, i contratti, il prestito di denaro ad interesse e l usura. Edizione sconosciuta alle bibliografie consultate e non presente nei cataloghi online delle Biblioteche. 8vo (cm. 14,5), 24 pp., 589(1) p. Frontis. entro cornice xilografica con marca dell Ordine ripetuta sull ultima pagina. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2012-02-15 12:05:29
GALIBERTO Giovanni Battista.
Ferroni,, Vienna & Bologna, 1659. in-24, 2 cb, 286, 3 cb, leg. p. perg. coeva con d. a 2 nervi. Dedicat. a Gio. Battista Vaglierini. Eleganti fregi e final. xilogr. Raro trattato che contiene importanti informazioni sulle razze e qualità del cavallo, sull’arte del cavalcare, sulla mascalcia e norme pratiche di veterinaria. Manca a BL e Piantanida. Legg. rifiliato al margine sup., ma ottimo esempl. Raro. [060]
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2012-01-21 00:26:37
RAHN, Johann Heinrich, Landvogt zu Kyburg
Four folding printed tables & numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. 6 p.l. (two of these preliminary leaves are mis-bound at end), 188 pp., 4 leaves of errata at end. Small 4to, attractive antique calf, panelled in gilt, gilt fleurons in each corner, spine gilt. Zurich: J.J. Bodmer, 1659. First edition and an absolutely complete copy of this rare and noteworthy mathematical book; our copy has all four folding printed tables (most copies described in OCLC seem to have only three) and an extra leaf of errata not present in the Macclesfield copy (sale, Sotheby's London, 25 Oct. 2005, lot 1705, £12,000 including premium). In this book on page 73, Rahn first introduced the symbol "÷" in print "as a sign of division; (2) the Archimedean spiral for involution; (3) the double epsilon for evolution; (4) the use of capital letters B, D, E, for given numbers, and small letters a, b, for unknown numbers; (5) the * for multiplication; (6) the first use of ∴ for 'therefore'; (7) the three-column arrangement of which the left column contains the directions, the middle the numbers of the lines, the right the results of the operations."-Cajori, A History of Mathematical Notations, I, pp. 211-12 & see illus. on p. 213 (& see sections 205, 208, 232, 237, 266, 304, 307, 328, 333, 341, 385, & 386 for Rahn's other contributions, all of which appear in the present book). We know that Leibniz looked upon Rahn's book favorably, describing it as "an elegant algebra." While Rahn's use of the modern division sign was not immediately adopted in Europe, in England it met … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Unknown Author
Trajectum ad Rhenum, 1659. Latin language. 18mo. Fully bound in contemporary calf-skin leather with gilt borders. 4 raised bands. 5 compartments. Red Morocco spine label with gilt lettering. Gilt decorative flourishes within compartments. Tight binding and solid boards. Minor shelf wear. Minor shelf wear. Slight bumping to corners. Rubbing to boards. Red page ends. Marbled endpapers, front with personal library bookplate of Edwin Beresford Chancellor. Clean, unmarked pages. Frontispiece illustration copper-plate engraved of several scholars looking over a large map. A classic work, complete and in very good condition for its age. Ships daily. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2012-01-01 16:32:10
Bosio, Antonio and Giovanni SEVERANO
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Paris]: Apud Fredericum Leonard, 1659. (ROME) Second edition in Latin, expanded. Two volumes bound in one vols., Folio. Engraved frontispiece, large folding engraved map of ancient Rome, 84 full-page and 34 half-page engravings, approximately 150 smaller cuts throughout the text, title vignette, head- and tail-pieces; initials, etc. Contemporary brown calf, rebacked, red leather spine label. Very good, sturdy copy . Magnificently illustrated record of the tombs and sarcophagi in the catacombs beneath Rome, first published as ROMA SOTTERRANE in Italian in 1632, followed by editions of 1640 and 1650. It was first translated into Latin and edited with additions in 1651 by Paolo Aringhi, and here again in the "novissima" edition. Superb copy
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2011-12-28 23:20:00
Ruperti. Christ. Adami. 1612 - 1647.
Noribergae. Sumtibus (Imp.) Johannis Tauberi. 1659. 1 ª edic. 13.5x8 cm. Portada con emblema y a dos tintas + 1 grabado alusivo + 21 h. + 739 págs. + 12 h. de Índices, pleno pergamino época, un poco rajado en doblez de la tapa, cortes tintados. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda [Segovia, Spain]
2011-09-15 18:48:05
Blaeu, Joannes
Amsterdam, Blaeu, Joan, 1659. "Insula quae a Ioanne Mayen nomen sortita est". Orig. copper-engraving. Published in Amsterdam by J. Blaeu, 1659. Orig. old colouring. With figure title-cartouche (fishermen), another figure cartouche (blank) and 2 wind roses. 44:55 cm.. Koeman II, map 1265:2, ed. 2:641 (1659 Spanish) - A very decorative map of the Jan Mayen island in the Greenland Sea. From the Spanish edition of Blaeu's Atlas Maior.
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2011-08-10 15:05:28
BENEDICTUS FIDELS (a Sancto Philippo).
1659. Artikeldetails Paradisus Voluptatis verbi incarnati hoc est Sermones in evangelia dominicalia et festorum ... Interprete Iacobo Emans. BENEDICTUS FIDELS (a Sancto Philippo). Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), Busaeus 1659. 3 Tle. gr.-8°. Vortit., Tit., 2 Bll., 498 (86) S. Mit gest. Titelvign. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. Messingschließen u. hs. Rückentitel. Stellenw. braunfleckig. 1 Lage lose. Bestell-Nr: 0446-06 Bemerkungen: VD 17 12:202618V; VD17 12:202545M; VD17 12:202552V - Erste Ausgabe dieser franziskanischen Predigtsammlung. - Beigeb.: Ders. Paradisus concionatorum ex amoenissimis lectissimis que totius s. scripturae textibus ... Ed. secunda correctior et auctior. 2 Tle. Ebda. 1659. Titelbl., 35 Bll., 360 S.; Tit., 3 Bll., 338 (i.e. 360) S., 48 Bll. Mit gest. Titelvign. - Daran beteiligt: Jakob Emans (1604-1679). Schlagworte: Theologie, ReligionsgeschichteEUR 560,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-19).
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2011-04-03 05:53:22
Calvinisme], COTTON (Pierre), LESDIGUIÈRES, FRANÇOIS DE BONNE (duc de) [Seigneur des Diguières] et CONSTANT (Chrestien) - DU MOULIN (Cyrus)
s.l. / Dordrecht / Genève s. éd. / s. éd. / I. Ant. & Samuel de Tournes 1601 / 1619 / 1659 - , petit in-8, pl. veau brun jaspé, dos à nerfs orné, tit. doré au dos, tr. jaspées, ex-libris anciens, (petit manque au premier plat, coupes et coins un peu frottés, trou de ver à la coiffe de tête, commentaire manuscrit à la fin du premier vol., p. de tit. des vol. II et III défraîchies avec petits manques, qq. rousseurs et lég. acidification du papier). On y joint qq. documents d’étude d’un précédent détenteur de cet ouvrage., 243 p. - (4 f.)-88 p. - 113 p.
Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit [PARIS, France]
2011-03-10 01:01:41
Paris 1659 - Size : 410x535 (mm), 16.125x21 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring
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2011-03-09 12:47:14
2011-02-12 06:01:02
Richard Lord Braybrooke -
Frederick Warne And Co. Publishing - 1659 - Hardcover/Fair condition/815 pages - This is a comprising diary of Samuel Pepys from 1659 to 1669, and a selection from his private correspondence. [KN324445] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: "Pursuit of Happiness" Books [U.S.A.]
2010-12-22 21:05:51
1 pièce autographe 1 In-8 vers 1659 (selon une mention au crayon) Avec un autre document de 1654, sans rapport, si ce n'est qu'il concerne également le président Pourroy. pliures Un horloger dresse le bilan des réparations effectuées sur différentes pendules, horloges et montres, pour le compte du président Pourroy. «Premièrement j'ay fait à la pandulle à contrepois une roue de rencontre 5# 10s. Plus un remontoir à la sonnerie et une roue qui conduit la pandulle et un pignon de roue de cadran 4# 10s. Plus à la pandulle carrée de rassine (?) j'ay fait un arbre de barillet, une contre potence, faire angrener la roue de Chau (?) 6# [.]. Plus à la pandulle de Paris, j'ay fait un grand ressor de marteau avec son escrou et l'avoir bien nettoyé 3#. Plus à l'horloge de Madame, j'y ay mis un grand ressor à la sonnerie et y ay fait un delay 6# [.]. Plus à la petite montre d'or du nom de Baronneau, j'y ay fait une contre potence et y ay mis la corde et l'ay nettoyé 2# 10s. Plus à la montre d'argent de Paris, j'y ay mis deux cordes [.]». Au total, une dizaine de réparations pour un montant de 41 livres. Au dos, mention du destinataire de la facture qui indique vraisemblablement le nom de l'horloger : «partie de M. Dagonneau». (Vraissemblablement l'horloger grenoblois Antoine Dagoneau, 1629/1657). [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2010-10-23 08:15:18
Plinius Caecilius Secundus, Gaius
Amstelaedami: ex officina Elzeviriana, 1659, 12°, (24), 404, (28) pp., feiner Pappband im Stil der Zeit, mit Rückenschild; papierbedingt gebräunt. Plinius der Jüngere - Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, auch Plinius der Jüngere, lateinisch Plinius minor (* zwischen 25. August 61 und 24. August 62 n. Chr. in Novum Comum, jetzt Como, Oberitalien; ? um 113 oder 115 wahrscheinlich in der Provinz Bithynia et Pontus), war Anwalt und Senator in der Römischen Kaiserzeit unter den Herrschern Domitian, Nerva und Trajan. Wie sein Onkel, der Naturforscher Plinius der Ältere, ist er für die Nachwelt vor allem wegen seines teilweise überlieferten schriftstellerischen Werkes bedeutsam geblieben. Am bekanntesten sind seine Briefe (lat.: Epistulae) geworden. 369 Briefe sind in zehn Büchern zusammengefasst. Die ersten neun Bücher enthalten 248 Briefe, die Plinius an 105 verschiedene Adressaten gerichtet hatte. Dies waren Freunde, persönliche Bekannte und bekannte Zeitgenossen. Diese Briefe veröffentlichte Plinius selbst, bevor er nach Bithynien ging. Das zehnte Buch umfasst seine Korrespondenz mit Kaiser Trajan (121 Briefe, auch Antwortschreiben des Kaisers). Darin fragte Plinius unter anderem, wie er mit den Angehörigen der frühen christlichen Gemeinden verfahren sollte, denen man wegen ihrer Ablehnung des Kaiserkults mangelnde Staatstreue vorwarf. In den an den Historiker Tacitus gerichteten Briefen 16 und 20 des 6. Buches beschrieb Plinius den Ausbruch des Vesuv (plinianische Eruption), bei dem sein Onkel und Mentor Plinius der Ältere ums Leben gekommen war. Plinius achtete besonders dara … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2010-10-17 20:08:55
RIVIÈRE, Lazare [Riverius, 1589-1655].
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
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2010-10-17 20:08:55
Riviere, Lazare
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2010-10-16 23:35:00
Browne, Thomas
London: Printed by Tho. Milbourn For Andrew Crook, 1659. 1605-1682 Octavo, 6 x 3.75 inches. Fifth edition. A,A-T8, A-E8. Engraved frontispiece by William Marshall. This copy is bound in later smooth calf, gilt ruled edges, all edges gilt. gilt spine with a red. leather label. Hand marbled endsheets, gilt dentelles, quite a nice copy. It is far from clear that Thomas Browne ever considered publishing Religio Medici, his first and most influential work. Written during his medical apprenticeship in the mid-1630s, this essay on the religion of a doctor was (in typical fashion) circulated in multiple manuscripts among friends for seven years until 1642, when Andrew Crooke, an enterprising publisher of controversialist writing, obtained it and printed it anonymously, without the author's permission or knowledge. What Browne would later describe as "a private exercise directed to myself" was an immediate commercial success, and Crooke quickly brought out a second edition. Browne, meanwhile, had wind of a work about to be published by the colourful savant Sir Kenelm Digby, apparently responding to Browne's essay. He immediately set about revising the pirated text for authorised publication in 1643. Together with Digby's Observations upon Religio Medici, the 1643 edition, now with Browne's name on it, established his reputation in English and Continental writing. Religio Medici has been described as spiritual autobiography, but it has in fact only occasional resemblance to the true seventeenth-century exponents of the form like Lucy Hutchinson and John Aubrey. Although Browne's … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-10-02 11:03:32
Angeli, Stephano degli
Venice: Joannem La Nou, 1659 First edition of a scarce mathematical text. OCLC notes copies at Columbia, Harvard, New York Public Library, Linda Hall Library, Michigan, Wisconsin, Göttingen, Oxford, Edinburgh, and Marburg. This book has not appeared at auction in at least the last thirty years, according to American Book Prices Current. Late nineteenth century vellum over decorative boards, gilt cloth spine label. Small quarto. Numerous woodcut diagrams in text. Title-page lightly foxed, light dampstain at lower corner through part of the text. Bottom corner of V1 torn away and reinforced with new paper. Book location label on front pastedown. A very good copy. Stefano degli Angeli (1623-1697) entered the Order of the Gesuati of Saint Jerolamen. At twenty-one, he became a reader of literature, philosophy, and theology in the faculty of his order at Ferrara, but left three years later for health reasons and went to Bologna. At the University of Bologna, under the guidance of Bonaventura Cavalieri (1598-1647), he developed a strong interest in mathematics. Cavalieri was so appreciative of his abilities that he entrusted Angeli with the task of correcting and publishing his last work, Exercitationes geometricae sex (1647). Angeli was offered the opportunity to succeed Cavalieri as professor of mathematics, but turned it down. After various appointments, he became in 1663 professor of mathematics at the University of Padua, a post that had been held by Galileo, and he remained there until his death. Riccati was one of his pupils.Angeli's mathematical works were on infinitesi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-09-30 13:28:58
[Scott, Thomas]
London: Printed for John Garfield, 1659. First published in 1620 as "Vox populi" when it was suppressed by Royal Command. LACKS the portrait, pp. [6], 31. 1 vols. Sm. 4to. Trade in Spanish America and the West Indies. Acting as Spain's ambassador to England Count Gondomar was to negociate with King James in an effort to reduce the British attacks upon the Spanish possessions in America and in the West Indies and to discourage them from trading there. He was also to keep the British from financing Spain's enemies. He created ill feeling between the King and the Lower House, put an end to the attempt for a match between the Prince of Wales and a Spanish Infanta, and according to this report by Scott kept the British from "furnishing their Navie," in order to reduce their interference in West Indian trade. He drew a great deal of criticism in England for his active part in the destruction of Sir Walter Raleigh. Gondomar was an avid collector of printed books and manuscripts and his library became the Royal Library at Madrid. Dedication signed John Rowland. Wing S2083; Sabin 78362. Later calf gilt. Spine and extremities rubbed, title and final leaf backed and soiled, some staining, especially of "E" gathering , repairs in text made with tissue, a few losses of letters, generally not affecting comprehension, else very good.
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