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        De Voorname Practycke van des Heeren Heylige Avontmael. Voor-gestelt in eenige ernstige Siel-Betrachtingen over het selve. Eerste Deelken, Begrijpende de Oeffeningen der Genoodighde en Voor-bereydende Siele. WAARBIJ: Opweckingen voor de Trage . Vertroostingen voor de Swaermoedige Siele. Gedachten in het Naderen en Aensitten aen de H. Tafel. Als mede, de betrachtingen van de Onthaelde Siele. Is hier noch achter by gevoegt een kort Aenhangsel, slaende op elk Deelken, en de bysonderste materien in dit Tractaetjen begrepen. Tot gemeene nutte, en op-bouwinge der Sielen in het licht gegeven.

      Rotterdam, Arnout Leers 1660. 2 werken in 1 band, (titelprent, 58) 551, (24) 444 p. Opnieuw gebonden overslaand Perkament met ribben, 12° (zeer prakticale verhandelingen over het H. Avondmaal. SGT-S403 en 393).

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        Le Planisphere Au Trement La Carte Du Monde Terrestre Ou son exactement descrites toutes les terres decouverts jusqu'a present. (World/Eastern and Western Hemispheres)

      Paris 1660 - Engraving in two plates, sold as a pair. Original line hand-color. Sheet size: 16 3/4 x 16 1/2". Inventory#: p1482pmat.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        DELL’HISTORIA DELLA COMPAGNIA DI GIESU. L’ASIA. IL GIAPPONE. LA CINA. L’INGHILTERRA. L’ITALIA

      Roma, nella Stamperia d?'Ignazio de?' Lazzeri/ Stamperia del Varese, 1660-1673. In-4 (mm. 330x225), 5 parti in 7 tomi, mz. pergam. con ang. settecentesca, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi. L?'opera è così composta: - "L?'Asia". Parte prima. 3 cc.nn., 663 pp.num., 4 cc.nn. Nel ns. esempl. le prime 3 carte (antiporta, inc. in rame da Bloemaert su dis. di Miele, con figure simboleggianti le nazioni dell?'Asia in atto di mostrare una carta della Cina a S. Francesco Saverio + frontesp. + imprimatur) sono ?"dell?'edizione di Roma,1653?". Il testo è invece una ?"edizione terza, accresciuta della Missione al Mogor e della vita e morte del P. Ridolfo Aquaviva. Composta dal medesimo autore. Roma, Stamperia del Varese, 1667?". "Mancano 2 cc." (pp. 139/142), qui riprodotte su carta antica. Cfr. Gamba,1773: ?"l?'edizione di Roma, 1667, viene preferita all?'ediz. orig. del 1653 perchè contiene anche, dopo gli VIII libri della Storia, la "Missione del Gran Mogor" che manca nella prima?". - "Il Giappone". Seconda parte dell?'Asia. Roma, Stamp. de?' Lazzeri, 1660. "Edizione originale" in 2 tomi: 2 cc.nn., 839 pp.num.; 508 pp.num., 8 cc.nn. Questa ?"seconda parte?" è divisa in cinque libri: l?'Imperio di Nobunanga - di Taicosama - di Daisusama / di Xongunsama - di Toxongun. (Conforme all?'esempl. della Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze è priva di antiporta, citata solo dal Cat. Piantanida). La p. 581 porta un antico resturo per ang. inf. mancante (non di t.) - "La Cina". Parte terza dell?'Asia. Roma, Stamp. del Varese, 1663. "Edizione originale" in 2 tomi: 4 cc.nn., 792 pp.num.; (2),793-1152 pp.num., 4 cc.nn. L?'Autore fa la storia delle Missioni nella Cina, nella Concincina e nel Tonchino, fornendo una miniera di notizie di carattere socio-politico-religioso, con importanti approfondimenti sul buddismo, taoismo ed animismo Hindu. - "L?'Inghilterra". Parte dell?'Europa. Roma, Stamp. Varese,1667. "Edizione originale": 4 cc.nn., 620 pp.num. "Mancano 5 cc. finali": avviso al lettore e Indice, qui riprodotte su carta antica. - "L?'Italia". Prima parte dell?'Europa. Roma, presso il Varese, 1673. "Edizione originale": 2 cc.nn., 534 pp.num., 4 cc.nn., 1 c.b. Cfr. De Backer ?"Bibliogr. des écrivains de la Compagnie de Jésu?",II, p. 54: ?"Cest dans la première partie de l?'Asie que Bartoli traite amplement la vie de S. François Xavier?" - Brunet,I,683: ?"Ces ouvrages ont de l?'intéret et se trouvent difficilement?" - Cat. Piantanida,IV,4905 - Gamba,1773 - Diz. Biografico Italiani,VI, p. 563-70. Il letterato ferrarese Daniello Bartoli (1608-1685) entrò a 15 anni nella Compagnia di Gesù, di cui nel 1650 fu nominato storiografo. Le sue opere sono numerosissime ma la più importante è la "Istoria della Compagnia.." (1653-73), divisa in sezioni (Asia, Giappone, Cina, Europa: Inghilterra, Italia), una delle più articolate e complete storiografie del Seicento, sui continenti e nazioni dove i Gesuiti avevano operato. Basandosi sulle dirette informazioni di questi intorno alle condizioni dei vari paesi (riti, usanze, costumi, leggende, cronache, fatti politici e notizie geografiche), trascende i limiti di una storia particolare delle vicende della Compagnia, per diventare una specie di storia universale. Purtroppo questa titanica impresa rimarrà incompiuta. Di non facile reperibilità l?'opera completa, in edizione originale come la ns., ad eccezione della prima parte che è però accresciuta di una importante relazione (mancante alla I ediz.) Con uniformi arross. più o meno lievi, qualche fiorit. e alone, ma complessivam. un discreto esemplare. P.a.r.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        Della officina istorica, libri quatto Nella quale si spiegano Esempi notabilissimi, Antichi, & Moderni, a Virtù, & à Diffetto pertinenti. aggiuntovi et le Notitie del Mondo di Lucio Ampelio

      Ad Istanza delli Turrini,, In Venetia, 1660 - Cm. 20, pp. (24) 504 (10) 154 (2). Bel marchio tipografico ad entrambi i frontespizi. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle, dorso liscio con titoli e fregi in oro. Qualche brunitura e poche, trascurabili macchiette marginali, ma complessivamente ben conservato. Classica e curiosa compilazione la cui seconda parte, con numerazione e frontespizi autonomi, titola: Cento avenimenti meravigliosi, stupendi, e rari. ne' quali sono compresi Distruggimenti di Oracoli, Insidie, Malefici, et tradimenti. Vittorie singolari contro Demonij. Cfr. Piantanida che elenca singolarmente le due opere. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        A Treatise of Gavelkind, Both Name and Thing. Shewing the True

      1660. Historic Study of Gavelkind Somner, William [1598-1669]. A Treatise of Gavelkind, Both Name and Thing. Shewing the True Etymologie and Derivation of the One, the Nature, Antiquity, and Original of the Other. With Sundry Emergent Observations, Both Pleasant and Profitable to be Known of Kenting-Men and Others, Especially Such as Are Studious, Either of the Ancient Custome, Or the Common Law of This Kingdome. By (A Well-Wisher to Both). London: Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, 1660. [xxiv], 216 [8] pp. Quarto (7" x 5-1/2"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt fillets and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to boards, some wear to extremities, joints just starting at ends, front hinge cracked but secure, rear hinge starting, title page partially detached but secure. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, occasional light foxing. An attractive copy overall. * First edition, second issue. Gavelkind is a form of land tenure unique to Kent (and its environs) in which land descends equally to the decedent's sons. It was common during the Saxon era, but was gradually supplanted by primogeniture after 1066. Produced during the first wave of modern English legal scholarship, Somner's pioneering work was the first study of gavelkind, and one of the first important studies of early English law. Philological in orientation, it is a history of gavelkind and an analysis of its forms. Texts of significant documents are included. He also goes beyond his subject in one section to discuss the law of succession to chattels. Somner, a pupil of Causubon, was an ecclesiastical lawyer and historian of Anglo-Saxon law and literature who is best known for his pioneering Saxon-Latin-English dictionary (1659). Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:477 (31). English Short-Title Catalogue R20010.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
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        Homer his Iliads Translated, Adorn'd with Sculpture and Illustrated with Annotations

      Thomas Roycroft, London 1660 - First edition of John Ogilby's famous and beautifully illustrated translation of Homer's Iliad. The book includes 47 full page very fine engravings. Portrait of Ogilby by Lombart and portrait of Homer. 518 pages. In overall good condition. Last blank page present but loose. Leather cover with scratches and damaged corners and spine, some stains on pages, very few tears and folds and some pages with thinned edges. We will provide additional pictures on demand. Dimensions: cover 41.5 x 26.5 cm (16.6 x 10.6 in), folio 40.5 x 25.5 cm (16.2 x 10.2 in). We encourage you to contact us before purchasing. Offers Welcome! Nous pouvons également répondre en français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Medecin Charitable. Enseignant la ManiÅre d'Embaumer les Corps Morts

      Paris, 1660 - (EMBALMING) Later edition. 12mo. 358pp. Three parts in one volume continuously paginated. Modern boards Some staining and wear but a good sound copy otherwise. Wellcome 2973 (1623 edition) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Regnorum Hispaniae Nova Descriptio.

      Amsterdam circa 1660. - Mapa calcográfico en extraordinario color original y amplios márgenes.65x56 cms.Muy buen estado.Cartela, escalas y escudo heráldico en la parte superior.este mapa proviene de la edición latína del Atlas Mayor o Cosmogra- fía Blaviana que en 11 volúmenes(edición latína) recogía en más de 550 mapas, todo el conocimiento cartográfico de la época y se convirtió en el atlas más caro publicado en el s XVII.Ligero amarronamiento en parte central inferior.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment (according to law) of nine and twenty regicides : the murtherers of His late sacred Majesty ... began at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th. of October, 1660 ...

      London : printed for Andrew Crook, and Edward Powel, 1660, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt title to spine. Title page is mounted on a blank leaf of the orginal text block. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 283 pages; Physical description: 283p. 19cm. Subjects: Regicides - Early works to 1800. Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649 - Early works to 1800. Anonymous - attributed to Heneage Finch, Earl of Nottingham. Referenced by: ESTC, R202957. Referenced by: Wing, (2nd ed. ) N1403.

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        Insula S. Juan de Puerto Rico Caribes - vel Canibalum Insulae

      Amsterdam, 1660 (circa) - Hand coloured engraved chart of the Caribbean islands from Puerto Rico to the South American mainland with elaborate title cartouche, attractive vignette and rhumb lines. Reinforced centre fold otherwise very fine. 50 x 39 cms

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        The Royall Martyr Or, King Charles the First No Man of Blood but a Martyr for His People. : Being a Brief Account of His Actions from the Beginnings of the Late Unhappy Warrs.... Which is Added, a Short History of His Royall Majesty ... (Truncated)

      London : Printed For Henry Bell ..., 1660, Hardback, First EditionFull Book Title: The Royall Martyr Or, King Charles the First No Man of Blood but a Martyr for His People. : Being a Brief Account of His Actions from the Beginnings of the Late Unhappy Warrs.... Which is Added, a Short History of His Royall Majesty Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, & C. Third Monarch of Great Brittain..Minor tear to the upper title. Finely and period-sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 224 pages; Physical desc. : [6], 224 p. : port. ; 16 cm. (8vo) . Subject: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649. Second and third parts have separate title-pages. Woodcut portrait of Charles II on leaf K1 verso (recto blank) . Referenced by: Wing (2nd ed. ) P2018A.

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        Aug. Gislenii Busbequii qu? extant omnia; quibus accessit epitome de moribus Turcarum, cum indice auctiore

      Londini : Ex officina R. Danielis, 1660, Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound in the original full aniline calf. Professionally and period-sympathetically rebacked with a matching gilt-blocked spine, with simulated raised bands, and blind-tooled compartments. Very impressively finished. General edge wear with surface marks to panels. Previous owner's inscriptions to front endpapers and rear pastedown. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 386 pages; Physical description: [8], 386, [14]p ; 14cm (12mo). Subjects: Turkey - Foreign relations - Holy Roman Empire - Early works to 1800. Holy Roman Empire - Foreign relations - Turkey - Early works to 1800. Turkey - History - 1453-1683. Notes: Edited by Louis Carrion, whose name appears on *2r. (From ESTC). Includes index. "De Turcarum moribus epitome", a reprint of the work by Bartolomej Georrgijevic´, has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. Includes "Augerii Geslenii Busbequii .. Epistolæ ad Rudolphum II. Imperatorem" (divisional title), p[316]-386. Referenced by: ESTC, R20670. Language: Latin.

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        The Orders of Knighthood in most places of Christendome, and in particular first of the Order of St. George in England [with] The Names of the several Houses and Innes of Court, Chancery, and other Hostels in in and about the City of ... (Truncated)

      London: printed for Henry Herringman 1660 and are to be sould by Henry Herringman at the Ancker on the lowest side of the New-Exchange, [1660], 1660, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formFull Book Title: The Orders of Knighthood in most places of Christendome, and in particular first of the Order of St. George in England [with] The Names of the several Houses and Innes of Court, Chancery, and other Hostels in in and about the City of London [from] Honor rediviuus [sic] or An analysis of honor and armory / by Matt Carter Esq.Very good copy in a 19th century binding of gilt-blocked, leather-backed marble boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Bookplate from the New England Historic Genealogical Society to front pastedown. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Description: pp. 177-251; 16.5cm. 2 consecutive sections extracted and bound from the 1660 publication: Honor rediviuus [sic] or An analysis of honor and armory, by Matt: Carter Esq. Probably originally produced for reference purposes. Spine title: Knighthood. Page 175 bound at end, possibly for binding. Subjects: Orders of knighthood and chivalry -- England -- Early works to 1800. Heraldry -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. Nobility -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. Contents: 'The Orders of Knighthood ... ' includes sections on: Knights of St. Andrew in Scotland - Of the Golden Fleece in the Empire - The severall Orders of Knighthood in France - Of Military Orders in Spain ; 'The Names of the several Houses and Innes of Court ... ' includes sections on: Lincolns Inne - Grays Inne - Thavies Inne - Furnivals Inne - Bernards Inne - Staple Inne.

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        Het eerste (-tweede) Deel van 't Banket-Werk van Goede Gedagten. Met een gemeyne Blad-wijser achter het tweede Deel.

      Middelburg, Jaques Fierens 1660. 2 delen in 1 band, (15, portret) 496, (24) 495 p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (bovenste hoek eerste 4 pagina's beschadigd).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        The Orders of Knighthood in most places of Christendome, and in particular first of the Order of St. George in England [with] The Names of the several Houses and Innes of Court, Chancery, and other Hostels in in and about the City of London: [from] Honor rediviuus [sic] or An analysis of honor and armory / by Matt Carter Esq.

      London: printed for Henry Herringman 1660 and are to be sould by Henry Herringman at the Ancker on the lowest side of the New-Exchange, [1660] - Description: pp. 177-251; 16.5cm. 2 consecutive sections extracted and bound from the 1660 publication: Honor rediviuus [sic] or An analysis of honor and armory, by Matt: Carter Esq. Probably originally produced for reference purposes. Spine title: Knighthood. Page 175 bound at end, possibly for binding. Subjects: Orders of knighthood and chivalry -- England -- Early works to 1800. Heraldry -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. Nobility -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. Contents: 'The Orders of Knighthood . ' includes sections on: Knights of St. Andrew in Scotland - Of the Golden Fleece in the Empire - The severall Orders of Knighthood in France - Of Military Orders in Spain ; 'The Names of the several Houses and Innes of Court . ' includes sections on: Lincolns Inne - Grays Inne - Thavies Inne - Furnivals Inne - Bernards Inne - Staple Inne. Very good copy in a 19th century binding of gilt-blocked, leather-backed marble boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Bookplate from the New England Historic Genealogical Society to front pastedown. 1 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pas-caert van Terra Nova. Nova francia New Engeland en de groote Rivier van Canada. t'Amsterdam. by Hendrick Doncker (First State)

      Original outline in colour Hendrick Doncker was the first cartographer to provide a map of the eastern seaboard of North America, which he published in 1660, as a chart "Nieu Nederland, Virginia en Nieu Engelante." However the first chart that relates directly to Canada, was Van loon's 1661 map which the this 1669/70 Doncker map was based on. This is the first state of the chart without the added soundings.(Kershaw)

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        DIFFINICIONES DE LA ORDEN Y CAVALLERIA DE CALATRAVA CONFORME AL CAPITULO GENERAL CELEBRADO EN MADRID AÑO DE MDCLII

      Petrus Villafranca Malagon., Matriti. 1660 - Folio. 13 hojas+675 pp., 3 grabados a plena página. Cubierta deteriorada con pérdida de piel, el inter;LA GESTIÓN DEL CONTRA REEMBOLSO SON 7 EUROS Pasta española, grabados dorados.

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        A UTOPIAN LANDSCAPE WITH TREES AND A CHATEAU AND BRIDGE.

      Paris: Pierre Mariette ? 1660 - Circular print (202mm diameter on paper 210x210mm), original etching, slightly soiled and trimmed very close to the etched surface on one side, laid down on later 19th century paper. A handsome print by this eminent French designer and engraver, Gabriel Perelle (1604-1677) engraved work after other masters as well as engraving his own designs as in this instance. He frequently embellished his compositions with imaginary ruins and other objects and thus presented the viewer with utopian landscapes of the mind. Please note that the advised postage is based on an average book, if necessary the postage will be reduced to the correct amount and you will be notified by email.

      [Bookseller: Barry McKay Rare Books]
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        Biblia, dat is de gantsche Heylige Schrifture, vervattende alle de Canonijcke Boecken des Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments (met de Apocryphe Boecken)…uyt de Oorspronkelyke Talen in onse Nederlandtsche Tale getrouwelyck over geset.

      Amsterdam, Paulus van Ravesteijn. 1660. 3 delen in 1 band Folio, H. 40,5 x B. 26 x D. 13 cm. Fraaie Antiek Leren band met houten platten. 2 platte koperen sloten en 8 koperen hoeken. De Titelpagina is met de hand ingekleurd.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        Variae multiformes florum species appressae ad vivium et aeneis tabulis incisae. Diverses fleurs dessinees et gravees d'apres le naturel,.

      Paris, F. Poilly excudit, rüe St. Jacques alimage St. Benoist, (1660?). Small folio (325 x 240mm). Engraved title and 30 engraved plates of plants. 19th century boards, some slight paper discoloration, small ink spot on one plate. First edition, most probably a later and better impression, of the same plates, printed on heavier paper. Hunt mentions such an issue without giving a date. //Nicolas Robert (1614-1685) was one of the outstanding flower painters of the 17th century. "In comparison to Fiori diversi, produced by the same artist twenty years earlier in Rome, 'Variae ac multiformes florum species', or 'Diverses fleurs', clearly shows Robert's mastery of the problems of technique and composition. The earlier plates are characterized by a certain harshness of line, the flowers standing out starkly against the page. In this later work Robert made much more creative use of the various elements at his disposal, incorporating the stem and leaves of the plants in sophisticated compositions that anticipate the quintessentially Baroque motif of the formal flower bouquet. Butterflies and other insects are also much more numerous than in the artist's previous work" (An Oak Spring Flora, 42). //"Maria Sibylla Merian copied a number of different motifs from Robert's work in the first part of her 'Blumenbuch'" (Maria Sibylla Merian 1647-1717, Artist and naturalist, ed. by K. Wettengl cat. no. 31). //An Oak Spring Flora 42; Hunt 282; Nissen BBI, 1645.

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        Riga

      Germany 1660 - A charming 17th century plan of the city after Blaeu., Size : 215x255 (mm), 8.5x10 (Inches), Hand Colored

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        PHILIPPI LANSBERGII COMMENTATIONES IN MOTUM TERRAE Diurnum, & Annuum; et in verum adspectabilis coeli typum. In quibus epistemonicos ostenditur, Diurnum, Annuumque Motum, qui apparet in Sole, & Coelo,

      Middelburgi, Apud Zacharium Romanum, Bibliopolam, 1660.. non deberi Soli, aut Coelo, sed soli Terrae: simulque Adspectabilis Primi Coeli Typus, ad vivum exprimitur. Early edition 1660, issued with another work by Lansbergen: TABULAE MOTUUM COELESTIUM PERPETUAE; TABULAE MOTUUM COELESTIUM PERPETUAE... THEORICAE MOTUUM, ASTRONOMICARUM OBSERVATIONUM THESAURUS; Tabulae in 3 parts each with separate register and pagination, Tabulae has 3 different title pages dated 1662, 1653, and 1663, a general title page which is repeated before the second part and a separate title page for the second part. Latin text, folio, approximately 285 x 180 mm, 11¼ x 7¼ inches, astronomical vignette on title pages, 1 folding astronomical plate in the Commentationes, many diagrams, pictorial tailpieces, historiated initials, pages: (8), 34, (2 - blank); (10), 37 of 41, (1 - blank); (2 - title page), (2 - title page), 3-180, 1-181, (3) - index, LACKING PAGES 9-12 (Aa5 and 6) IN THE SECOND PART OF THE SECOND WORK, NOW SUPPLIED IN EARLY MANUSCRIPT FACSIMILE, ALSO LACKING PAGES 157-160 (Oo1 and 2) in the same part, text in part II of the Tabulae begins on page 3, nothing is missing, pagination in part III restarts for the Theoricae, collation: A-D4, E6; A6, B-E4, F6; Aa-Nn6 (-Aa5 & 6), Oo2 (-Oo1 & 2), Pp6, Qq4; Aaa-Zzz4, F6 is the repeated general title page to the second work, bound in modern faux vellum with hand written title to spine. 9 leaves lightly age-browned, index pages lightly browned in top margin, otherwise a very good clean bright copy. A copy has been located with 6 folding plates in the second part of the second work, most copies have none. A copy containing the same works as ours and the same title pages and collation is held by Ghent University Library. The Macclesfield copy of the Tabula in Opera Omnia lacked the same 2 leaves as our copy (A5 and 6), also supplied in early manuscript facsimile. "Philip van Lansberge studied mathematics and theology in England and became a Protestant minister in the Netherlands". Sotheby's Catalogue of the Macclesfield Library, Part 5, 1202. :

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        De Eijlanden Tenerifa Palma Gomera en Ferro.

      - (Amsterdam, hacia 1660), mapa de 27 x 36 cm., que comprende las islas de Tenerife, Gomera, La Palma e Isla del Hierro, grabado en madera con los contornos coloreados. CANARIAS

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        Kst.- Karte, v. Lalleman n. Sanson b. Mariette, "Ubii vbi antea Sunici. - Partie du Dioevese, et Archevche de Cologne. Basse Partie de l'Estat, ..".

      . altkol., dat. 1660, 43,5 x 51,5. Pastereau, Sanson VI, 103. - 1. Ausgabe. Mittig am rechten Rand die Titelkartusche. Zeigt den nördl. Teil des Bistums Köln. Gebiet: Wesel, Dortmund, Köln, Erkelenz, Wachtendonk. Mittig die Umgebung Ratingen - Neuss. - Mit hinterlegten Koloritbrüchen.

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        PHILIPPI LANSBERGII COMMENTATIONES IN MOTUM TERRAE Diurnum, & Annuum; et in verum adspectabilis coeli typum. In quibus epistemonicos ostenditur, Diurnum, Annuumque Motum, qui apparet in Sole, & Coelo

      Middelburgi, Apud Zacharium Romanum, Bibliopolam, 1660.non deberi Soli, aut Coelo, sed soli Terrae: simulque Adspectabilis Primi Coeli Typus, ad vivum exprimitur. Early edition 1660, issued with another work by Lansbergen: TABULAE MOTUUM COELESTIUM PERPETUAE; TABULAE MOTUUM COELESTIUM PERPETUAE... THEORICAE MOTUUM, ASTRONOMICARUM OBSERVATIONUM THESAURUS; Tabulae in 3 parts each with separate register and pagination, Tabulae has 3 different title pages dated 1662, 1653, and 1663, a general title page which is repeated before the second part and a separate title page for the second part. Latin text, folio, approximately 285 x 180 mm, 11¼ x 7¼ inches, astronomical vignette on title pages, 1 folding astronomical plate in the Commentationes, many diagrams, pictorial tailpieces, historiated initials, pages: (8), 34, (2 - blank); (10), 37 of 41, (1 - blank); (2 - title page), (2 - title page), 3 - 180, 1 - 181, (3) - index, LACKING PAGES 9 - 12 (Aa5 and 6) IN THE SECOND PART OF THE SECOND WORK, NOW SUPPLIED IN EARLY MANUSCRIPT FACSIMILE, ALSO LACKING PAGES 157 - 160 (Oo1 and 2) in the same part, text in part II of the Tabulae begins on page 3, nothing is missing, pagination in part III restarts for the Theoricae, collation: A - D4, E6; A6, B - E4, F6; Aa - Nn6 ( - Aa5 & 6), Oo2 ( - Oo1 & 2), Pp6, Qq4; Aaa - Zzz4, F6 is the repeated general title page to the second work, bound in modern faux vellum with hand written title to spine. 9 leaves lightly age - browned, index pages lightly browned in top margin, otherwise a very good clean bright copy. A copy has been located with 6 folding plates in the second part of the second work, most copies have none. A copy containing the same works as ours and the same title pages and collation is held by Ghent University Library. The Macclesfield copy of the Tabula in Opera Omnia lacked the same 2 leaves as our copy (A5 and 6), also supplied in early manuscript facsimile. "Philip van Lansberge studied mathematics and theology in England and became a Protestant minister in the Netherlands". Sotheby's Catalogue of the Macclesfield Library, Part 5, 1202. :

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        Animalia ad vivum dilineata, et aqua forti aeri impressa. Studio et Arte.

      - A suite of 6 charming engravings (120 x 145mm). The first engraving shows a shepherd with a dog, the others show goats, mostly 2 to a plate. [no date circa 1660]. Nicolaes Pieterz. Berchem (1620-1683) was a highly esteemed Dutch painter and engraver of pastoral landscapes. Between circa 1640 and 1683 he produced a number of suites concerning animals. The present one concerns goats. Berchem was born in Haarlem and received instruction from his father Pieter Claesz. A fine preserved suite with strong impressions.Winter, Beredeneerde Cat. van alle prenten van N. Berchem no. 35-40.

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        Prosp. ver Statt Parys wie folche an ietzo an sufehen (France/Paris)

      Amsterdam 1660 - Engraving from Topographia Galliae. Sheet size: 32 1/2 x 12 1/4". Inventory#: p1658pmat.

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        Portrait, Brustbild im Oval mit Pelzbarett über Samtkappe. Um die Schultern Band mit Gnadenpfenning (Bildniss Kaiser Maximillians). Nach P.P. Rubens, Kupferstich 155 x 114 mm.

      - O.O., (ca. 1660), 26,2 x 17,8 cm. Seltenes und frühes Blatt.

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        La Vie De St. Bruno: Fondateur De L'Ordre Des Chartreux Peinte Au Cloistre De La Chartreuse De Paris

      Chez Le Veuve De F. Chereau, Paris 1660 - Book. Elephant Folio - over 15. Elephantine Folio, 18 x 12.5", 2ff, 22 engraved plates with letterpress, including engraved title and dedication. Early 19th century half calf with marbled paper over boards, minimal wear, spine tooled in gilt; soiling on title page, tiny tears to two edges of title, final plate lightly foxed in margins and light mark on engraving. Generally plates very clean. Very impressive plates telling story of St. Bruno. Engravings of paintings commissioned by King. St. Bruno was patron saint and founder of the Carthusians, an order of monks established in 1084, near Grenoble. Le Sueur (1616-1655) painted these large panels for the religious order, and they are the artist's most important work. Paintings afterward sold to Louis XVI and are now in the Louvre. THese Chauveau (1613-1676) engravings were much sought after by collectors. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plan der Haupt und Residenzstadt München. Kupferstich in 6 Segmenten auf Lwd. von J. Carl Schleich. Aufgenommen v. Jos. Gonsoni, gezeichnet von F. Green. Auf allerhöchsten Befehl herausgegeben von der Königlich baierischen Direcztion des topographischen Bureau. 1806, 67,5 x 89 cm

      - Pfister II, 29 - Lentner 1076 - Meillinger I, 1660.- Dekorativer Grundrissplan

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Ambrones in Helvetiis. Basse partie du Pays d'Argow en Suisse. Parts de l' Eveché de Constance. Partie Septentrion 1e du Canton de Berne.

      chez P. Mariette, A Paris 1660 - A Paris chez P. Mariette 1660. Blattgrösse: 44x58 cm. Grenzkolorierte Karte (36,7x55 cm) von Nicolas Sanson, gestochen von Somer. Blumer 119 b. - Haller 1,42. - Nicht bei Ryhiner. - Kartusche unten rechts. - Auf neue Leinwand aufgezogen. Linker Rand ausserhalb der Platte und untere rechte Ecke fachgerecht restauriert. Sprache: N [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aditus novus ad occultas sympathiae et antipathiae causas inveniendas: per principia philosophiae naturalis, ex fermentorum artificiosa anatomia hausta [.].,

      Tübingen, Johann Heinrich Reis, 1660. - Zweite Ausgabe, die erste erschien 1658 in Glasgow. - Sylvester Rattray „stud. 1689 in Leiden. Arzt in Glasgow ab 1657, schr. über sympáthet. und antipathet. Geheimnisse" (Ferchl). - „Rattray was a native of Angus and practised at Glasgow. He graduated M. A. at St. Andrews in 1644, but it is not known where he took his medical degree. His „Aditus novus", reprinted here [in: „Theatrum sympatheticum auctum", Nürnberg 1662; lt. Osler „an excellent collection of the writings on the powder of sympathy and the weapon salve"], appeared in 1658, the first medical book printed in Glasgow" (Osler). - Rücken tlw. etw. brüchig u. mit kl. Absplitterungen. Schließbänder fehlen. Etw. gebräunt. - Sehr selten. - VD17, 39:131615A; Ferguson 244.; Ferchl 432; Krivatsy 9395; Waller 7754; Zeis, Die Literatur und Geschichte der plastischen Chirurgie 153; vgl. Osler 4092ff.; nicht bei Dorbon-Ainé, Gräße u. Rosenthal, Bibl. Magica et Pneumatica. Sprache: ge Gewicht in Gramm: 350 12°. 216 S., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Blauschnitt. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment (according to law) of nine and twenty regicides : the murtherers of His late sacred Majesty . began at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th. of October, 1660 .

      London : printed for Andrew Crook, and Edward Powel 1660 - Physical description: 283p. 19cm. Subjects: Regicides - Early works to 1800. Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649 - Early works to 1800. Anonymous - attributed to Heneage Finch, Earl of Nottingham. Referenced by: ESTC, R202957. Referenced by: Wing, (2nd ed. ) N1403. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt title to spine. Title page is mounted on a blank leaf of the orginal text block. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 283 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Carta particolare dell mare de Lindre con la parte Tramontana de I'Isola S. Lorenzo

      Venice., c.1660. Map of the Indian ocean with part of the coast of Madagascar. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. In fine condition, a clear, crisp impression Size: 39 x 48 cm. (15½ x 19 inches) A beautiful sea chart of part of the Indian Ocean, north-west coast of Madagascar, and islands to the east including Mauritius. Robert Dudley's principal work was the Dell Arcano del Mare which was first published in Florence in 1646; the second edition was in 1661. It was the first sea atlas in which every chart was based on Mercator's projection, the first to show prevailing winds and currents in the main harbours and anchorages, and the first to give magnetic declination. It is also the first sea atlas by an Englishman and is extremely rare. Dell Arcano del Mare.

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        Verhael van de reys ende 't vertoeven van den seer doorluchtige ende machtige prins Carel de II, Koning van Groot Britannien

      Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne 1660 - This is one engraving from a larger work. Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne (1589-1662) (after); Pierre Philippe (d. 1664) (engraver); [Charles II Setting Sail from Scheveningen] from Verhael.van de reys ende 't vertoeven van den seer doorluchtige ende machtige prins Carel de II, Koning van Groot Britannien. [A Journal of the Voyage of King Charles II of Great Britain]. Engraving, uncolored; 12 x 15 inches, plate mark. Lively engraving depicting the triumphal departure of Charles II of Scotland from the Netherlands on his way back to England to reclaim the British throne after 11 years in exile abroad. A crowd has gathered at the harbor of Scheveningen to see him off. In the sky are winged gods and putti holding crowns and the seal of Great Britain, beneath a ribbon bearing the Latin motto, "Quo fas et fata nos vocant" ("where duty and the fates call"). The engraving is one of six originally published in an account of Charles's journey from Breda to Scheveningen from May 25 to June 2, 1660, with stops along the way to meet with the Dutch monarch and address the Parliament. King Charles I's (1600-1649) mismanagement of religious and economic affairs in England and Scotland forced a showdown with the English Parliament, which culminated in civil war and the king's execution on January 30, 1649. His son, Charles II of Scotland, tried to reclaim the throne in 1651. When his forces were defeated by the English army, he escaped to exile in France, and after an 11-year period in which no monarch ruled England, he was asked by Parliament to return. In 1660 he became king. Adriaen van de Venne was a Dutch painter, draftsman and poet. Largely self-taught, his early influences were the Flemish artists Jan Brueghel the Elder and Pieter Brueghel the Elder. He developed a distinctive style based on Dutch idioms, and was a sought-after book illustrator by Holland's leading writers, helping to popularize the "emblem book" in which pictures illustrated sayings to present moral lessons. He also was known for his prints and grisaille paintings. After moving to The Hague in 1625, he was probably employed at court, and became dean of the Guild of Saint Luke in 1640. Pierre Philippe was a Dutch engraver who lived in The Hague. He is best known for his illustrations for a two-volume edition of the works of Ovid, published in Leiden in 1662, and for Guarini's Pastor Fido in 1663. Full title of original work for which this engraving was made: Verhael in forme van Journael, van de reys ende 't vertoeven van den seer doorluchtige ende machtige prins Carel de II, Koning van Groot Britannien. Condition: Recently professionally cleaned, deacidified, and flattened, with only minor remaining toning, soft creases, and signs of wear. Some printers creases, as issued.

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        Anno Regni Caroli II. Duodecimo. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the Five and twentieth day of April, An. Dom. 1660. [drop-head title:] An Act for Prohibiting the Planting, Setting, or Sowing of Tobacco in England and Ireland.

      Printed by John Bill 1660 - lightly browned, a small splotch of worming to lower blank corner, pp. [iii], 126-128, sm. folio, disbound James I, Charles I, and the interregnum Parliament had all tried to tax locally grown tobacco heavily enough to discourage its production; an act of 1652 finally banned the crop, since the taxes had merely encouraged evasion. To ensure the protection revenues coming from taxation of Virginian imports after the Restoration, this act renewed the earlier ban, apart from small quantities in medical gardens. (Demand had also increased, since Charles II brought over the French court’s habit of taking snuff.) A proclamation of the ban was issued the following year.As with all such parliamentary records this was issued both on its own (hence the title-page) and as part of a collection of acts (hence the pagination - ESTC R233776). The act is particularly scarce on its own, being recorded in ESTC in two separate states in a total of three locations (BL, Folger, and St John’s, Oxford), while the full collection is not common, with seven UK locations (not including the BL or Bodleian) and three in the USA. Other institutions hold parts or made-up sets, including the NYPL and the BL. (ESTC R475122)

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        Rhombus Laeuis La Barbue [Etching by Albert Flamen]

      Paris [presumably] 1660 - First edition (c1660); platemark: 4 3/16" x 7", sheet: approx. 4 1/2" x 7 1/2". Etched signature in lower left corner of plate: AB. Flamen. fe., lower right corner of plate: Cum privil. Regis XII. Minor foxing to lower margin; small light spot to lower right corner of sheet; very good or better. Albert Flamen was a Flemish etcher, engraver, and painter - active in France in the mid-1600s. Most of his works consisted of series of fish, including the current "Brill" one, birds, and mammals. He also created a set of moralizing emblems (1672) - one of his very few dated works. One copy of the etching located at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Historia et concordia evangelica (.). (EXEMPLAIRE AUX ARMES)

      - Parisiis, apud Carolum Savreux [Paris, Charles Savreux], 1660. In-12, plein veau brun de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons dorés aux petits fers, roulette sur les coupes, armes dorées au centre des plats (coif. inf. usée, qqs pet. accrocs), (10), 48 p., 204 f., (127) p. d'index, titre frontispice gravé, marque "à la Foi" au titre et en colophon. Deuxième édition augmentée de cette 'Histoire et Concorde des quatre Evangiles', la première du genre, composée par Antoine Arnauld. Beau titre frontispice d'Eustache Le Sueur gravé par Karl Audran (daté de 1660), marque "à la Foi" au titre et à pleine page au colophon. L'index géographique de Nicolas Sanson est pourvu d'une page de titre particulière à la date de 1659. Sur l'importance de cet ouvrage qui s'inscrit dans les premiers travaux latins de Port-Royal, "dont le rôle ultérieur sera immense" et qui "donnera sa structure aux grands commentaires publiés plus tard, 'selon la Concorde' des Evangiles", cf. J.-R. Armogathe, 'Le Grand siècle et la Bible', p. 347 sq. (Barenne, 'Bibliothèque de Port-Royal', p.182). Provenance: Jean-Pierre-Marie de Ruolz, seigneur des Trois-Fourneaux, fils du bailli du Vivarais, établi à Lyon, devenu avocat au Parlement et conseiller au Présidial de cette ville avec ses armes dorées sur les plats. (O.H.R., pl. 1985). Bel exemplaire, bien relié à l’époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Graf-schrift voor wijlen den Ed: Groot-Achtbaren Heer, Heer Jacob Cats, in sijn leven ridder, af-gesant, raed-pensionaris, stadhouder van de leenen en bewaerder van het groot zegel van Hollandt en West-Vrieslandt, etc., overleden op Sorgh-vliet den 12. September 1660, in het 83 jaar sijns ouderdoms. 's Gravenhage, Anthony Tongerloo, 1660. Plano, 1 p.

      "1660, 12 september Gedicht ondertekend: C. Boey Niet bij Bouman; niet bij Nieuweboer; niet in Knuttel; niet bij De Jonge van Ellemeet".

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        BY THE KING. A PROCLAMATION DECLARING THE CESSATION OF HOSTILITY, AND PRESERVING AN ENTIRE AMITY BETWEEN HIS MAJESTY, AND THE KING OF SPAIN

      London: Printed by John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1660.. Broadside, 13 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches. Affixed at corners to a slightly larger sheet. Near fine. Archivally matted, protected with mylar sheet. An early diplomatic proclamation by the recently restored British monarch, King Charles II, and part of his efforts to encourage British colonial and commercial expansion. Though not formally at war, hostilities existed between Britain and Spain, especially concerning the harassment of commerce at sea and colonies in the Caribbean. Five years earlier, the English under Cromwell had seized Jamaica from Spain, and in 1656, Spain lent their support to Charles II's restoration to the throne. In this document Charles II proclaims that "all prisoners, ships, goods, merchandize [sic], or whatsoever else taken upon one another, either by any of our subjects, or the subjects of our said dear brother, since said time of our arrival in England, be, and shall be, upon due proof thereof, redelivered and restored." At the same time, Charles II was negotiating with the Portuguese against Spanish interests in the New World, especially with regard to Jamaica, which the British ultimately retained. WING C3287.

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        Homeri Gnomologia ( )

      Johannes Field, Cantabrigiae ( Cambridge ) 1660 - pp. 20 p.l., 291 [1] blank, [100] indices & appendix. Text in 2 colums: Greek & Latin. Nice bookplate with coat of arms of Thomas Isted of the Middle Temple Esquire. 1 vol volumes. Later and restaured full leather binding, with guilt ornated spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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