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        Full-length engraving. ?Late 17th century

      Text below the image identifies Weber as a German poet and "Sprüchsprecher" in Nürnberg who died on July 28, 1661 at the age of 60. Weber is referred to in Johann Christoph Wagenseil's book on the Meistersingers of Nürnberg published in 1697.. 133 x 83 mm. + margins. On laid paper. Remnants of hinges to upper corners of verso, with small repair.

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        Book 1: IOANNES HENRICUS HOTTINGERUS. FRAUDIS & IMPOSTURAE MANIFESTAE CONVICTUS; Book 2: DE OCTAVA SYNODO PHOTIANA.

      Rome: Sac. Cong. Propag. Fidei, 1661-2. Hardcover. Two volume set. Quarter vellum on marbled boards. 7" x 4 1/2". 614 & 698p. Leather title cards on spines intact and readable. Book 1 in good condition. Vellum intact but much of the marbling on boards has been rubbed off. Hole in title page. Water damage with rippled pages. Binding remains tight. Book 2 in very good condition. Minor chipping on papered boards. Interior very clean. Binding sound and tight. Corners bumped. Otherwise, a clean and tight book in very good condition. In the first book, Allacci denounces the work of Swiss theologian, Johan Heinrich Hottinger. In the second book, Allacii writes about the Eighth Synod of Photius. Primary text in Latin with quotations in Greek.

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        Janua Linguarum Reserata Quinque-Linguis [The Door of Languages Unlocked]

      Amsterdam: Daniel Elzevir, 1661. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Attractively rebound (ca. late 19th century) in mottled calf in an antique style. Scattered foxing, light dampstain to last page, added endpapers. An attractive copy of the Elzevir edition of Comenius's classic language text originally published in 1629. Comenius believed that languages could only be properly learned in relation to each other - the five languages here are Latin, French, Italian, Spanish and German. 863pp "caused an entire revolution in the method of education". Graesse II 234 Size: Octavo (8vo). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043223.

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        The Vanity of Dogmatizing: Or Confidence in Opinions Manifested in a Discourse of the Shortness and Uncertainty of Our Knowledge, and Its Causes, with Some Reflexions on Peripateticism; and an Apology for Philosophy

      London: Henry Eversden, 1661. First Edition. Full Calf. Very Good +. 15.2 Cm High. (32), 250, (6). Page 220 Mis-Numbered 200. Attractively Bound In Full Calf, Four Bands, Morocco Spine Label, Gilt Rules And Blindstamped Embellishments In Compartments, Gilt Rules And Blindstamped Embellishments On Covers, Watered Endpapers And Edges, Newer Free Endpapers, Complete But Without The Half-Title. Faded Ink Initials "Eb" On Title Pages With A Few Additional Mark P/7G And 10. Bookplate Of A University, Note At Rear Indicating Accession In 1923, Morocco Book Label "Ex-Libris Moncure Biddle" Overlapping The Earlier University Bookplate, Pencil Signature Dated 1952, Clipping Of Notice Of The Sale Of The Moncure Biddle Library In 1952, And Pencil Note At Rear Noting Purchase Of Book At Auction In 1952. Long Scholarly Note On Front Endpaper, In Full: "This Is An Extremely Rare, And At The Same Time Curious Work, For Which I Searched With Much Assiduity, Before I Was Lucky Enough To Meet With It- It Is Not Mentioned In Sowndes, And Hallam, In His "Introduction To The Literature Of Europe, Vol. 3, P. 356-7, 2Nd Ed. Says 'A Remarkable Work, But So Scarce As To Be Hardly Known At All Except By Name, Was Published By Glanvil In 1661, With The Title Of, The Vanity Of Dogmatizing". There Is A Good Account Of Glanvill And His Works In The "Biographia Brittanica" Sub Nomine, Where There Is An Analysis Of This Little Volume, And Particularly Noticing The Strange Story At Pa. 195 Adding That In Process Of Time He Came To Think And Write In A Very Different Manner." This Note Is Not Signed. The Reference Is To The Account On Pp 195-198 Of An Oxford Dropout Who Joined Up With Gypsies, And Became Quite Competent In Their Trades; This Incident, Which Formed The Basis For Matthew Arnold's The Scholar Gypsy, Was Left Out Of The Second And Later Editions. This First Edition Has Other Sections Also Which Were Not Later Reprinted In The Much Changed Second And Later Editions. Still Quite Scarce; One Recent Sale In 1988. Title Page Aged To An Even Tan, A Few Very Faint Foxing Areas In Text. Ink Change Of Principiate [P.27] To Principle, A Few Pencil X's In Text.

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        Romanae Historiae Anthologia Recognita Et Aucta: An English Exposition Of The Roman Antiquities

      London: R. W. For Henry Cripps. Very Good-; rear hinge cracking. 1661. Hardcover. 4to; Blind tooled calf, 4to, [6], 270, [20]p. , index. **"...wherein many Roman and English offices are parallel'd, and divers obscure phrases explained. " STC#G990. BOUND WITH: Moses and Aaron, civil and ecclesiastical rites, used by the ancient Hebrews; observed and at large opened, for the clearing of many obscure texts thorowout (sic) the whole scripture... London: S. Griffin for Andrew Crook and John Williams, 1662. [8], 264, [10]p. , bibliography, index. STC#G978. ALSO: Archaeologiae Atticae, libri septem: seven books of the Attick antiquities... By Francis Rous. With an addition ...by Zachary Bogan... Oxford: A. Litchfield and H. Hall for John Adams and Edw. Forrest, 1658. [12], 374, [2], [8]p. , indices. STC#R2035. Orme: "form a useful ...body of antiquities. " Often bound together. .

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        C. Iulii Caesaris [Opera] quae extant, cum selectis variorum comentariis, quorum plerique novi, opera et studio Arnoldi Montani. Accedunt Notitia Galliae et notae auctores ex autographo Iosephi Scaligeri

      Amstelodami: ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1661. 8vo, pp. [16], 918, [32]; engraved title page, double-page engraved folding map, 4 full-page engravings in the pagination, woodcut initials and ornaments, contemporary full calf, neatly rebacked to style, old red morocco label on spine; very good and sound. With the engraved amorial bookplate of Gul. Massey. Copinger 731; Willems 1266.

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        Delle antichità e guerre Giudaiche diviso in vintisette libri

      Appresso li Milochi, 1661. In-8° ( 222 x 160 mm) pp. [30], 268; 264; [2], 332 [2b] con testalini e capilettera xilografici, legatura in piena pergamena floscia coeva, titoli manoscritti al dorso. Con copiosi indici all'inizio del volume. Al primo frontespizio antica firma di appartenenza, il cui inchiostro ha corroso piccola parte della pagina senza perdita di testo; circa 30 carte presentano dei piccoli tarli marginali che raramente toccano il testo. Piccole e abili riparazioni alla legatura. Per il resto buon esemplare. Sono raccolte in questa edizione seicentesca, le due opere più importanti di Giuseppe Flavio: Delle Antichità e delle Guerre Giudaiche divise in 3 parti. La prima parte, divisa in 10 libri, "...tratta della creatione del mondo fino alla Guerra di Sennacherib". Nella seconda parte, divisa in 10 libri, troviamo "del tornar che tenea li Giudei in Gierusalem fino alla discordia fra Giudei e Filadelfi". Nella terza ed ultima parte, divisa in 7 libri, si tratta in fine "delle Guerre che hebbero gli Hebrei con Romani". Opera tradotta in italiano per Pietro Lauro Modonese, "aggiontovi di nuovo le sue tavole, per ordine à ciaschedun libro". E' questa l'opera dove (libro 18°, cap.6) troviamo il cosiddetto Testimonium flavianum, ovvero un breve passo che menziona la predicazione e la morte di Gesù, confermando sostanzialmente il resoconto dei Vangeli. Benché questo passo sia ora considerato da alcuni storici, tra cui E. Schürer e H. Chadwick, in tutto o in parte, un'interpolazione cristiana, esso garantì in ogni caso la conservazione del testo greco di Giuseppe da parte della Chiesa cristiana. Flavio Giuseppe (Gerusalemme, 37 d. C.- Roma, 100 d.C.) fu storico romano di origine ebraica. Fu governatore militare della Galilea per le forze ribelli durante la prima guerra giudaica del 66, ma si consegnò ben presto ai Romani dopo aver constatato la loro forza e superiorità. Trascorse il resto della sua vita a Roma, scrivendo opere di carattere filo-romano ma con interessanti notizie sulla storia degli ebrei. I suoi scritti sono estremamente importanti, essendo la fonte principale di informazioni riguardanti la Giudea del I° secolo.

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        Oeconomia Christiana ofte Christelicke Huys-Houdinghe. Vervat in Twee Boecken. Tot bevoorderinge van de oeffeninge der ware Godtsaligheydt in de bysondere Huys-ghesinnen. Naer den Regel van het suyvere Woort Godts te samen-gestelt.

      Amsterdam, Wed. Marten Jansz. Brant, en Abraham van den Burgh 1661 - 2 delen, (titelprent, 94) 840, (8) 1194 (14) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (Plaatselijk vlekken in deel 1. Verder een mooie set.)

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        The BANNER Of LOVE, under which the Royal Army is Preserved, and Safely Conducted.  Being a Clear and Perfect Way Out of Wars & Contentions; with A Short Testimony unto the VVay [sic] of Peace. Given forth for the Edification and Comfort of all that Truly fear God. Written by the hand of One who bears Good Will to all Men, William Smith

      London: Printed for Robert Wilson, at the sign of the Black Spread-Eagle and Wind-Mill, in Martins Le Grand, 1661. 1st Edition (Smith II, p. 605; Wing S4288). Self-wrappers. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Edgewear & soiling to outer wrappers. Age-toning. Very Good.. 23, [1 (blank)] pp. 4to: A - B^4 C^2. 6-7/8" x 5-1/2" "William Smith was born in Besthorpe, Nottinghamshire, where he lived for most of his life. Little is known of his parentage and background except that he was ‘a man of good esteem in his country, and educated after the manner of the better sort of yeomens' sons’ (‘Several testimonies’). He served for several years as chief constable of his hundred and became an Independent pastor before joining the Quakers in 1658. Smith suffered frequent periods of imprisonment, during which time he penned many of his large output of tracts, which number well over fifty. ... Smith was arrested, along with many others, in March 1661 for being at a meeting at Worcester, and was kept in prison for some time for refusing the oath of allegiance. He wrote at least five of his books at this time [of which this is one, per Smith, the Friends' bibliographer] and others were completed while in Nottingham gaol, where he was confined on many occasions between 1661 and 1665. In 1663 he was imprisoned for non-payment of tithes and gives an account of his incarceration in The Standing Truth (1663). Of interest are a number of catechisms written in the 1660s which were reprinted later in the decade, including A New Primmer (1663) and A New Catechism (1664), the latter dealing with central Quaker religious tenets such as the notion of perfection, and the nature of the inner light and its relation to the incarnate Christ. In 1663, during the time of persecution, Smith produced Liberty of Conscience, in which he again urged Charles II to keep his promise of liberty of conscience, going on to stress the peaceable nature of Quakerism. In the 1670s Smith went on to write a few more tracts, such as The Baptists Sophistry Discovered (1672–3), a defence of Quaker tenets, and his collected works were published in 1675 as Balm from Gilead, at the front of which are many testimonies from contemporaries, written after his death. Ellis Hookes, recording clerk of the society, wrote the epistle dedicatory, in which he suggests that Smith's work ‘shall speak forth his praise to generations’, for he was possessed of ‘a spirit of true wisdom and understanding’." [ODNB] Smith publications now quite scarce in the trade.

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        Phraseologia Terentiana Latino=Dania Phrases & Loqvendi fortulæ, qvorqvor stylo & sermonia familiari utiles esse possunt ex sex P.T terentij Comoediis decerptæ & interprætiatione Danica donatæ

      Hafniæ(Copenhagen) 1661 - 227 sheets, Small loss on Lst pages on upper corner p. The hinges with tears Bound in a contemporary full vellum . Repaires and with tears . Titelpage wit small loss and old notes, with smon spots and tears on the inside. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Laetabuntur, & videbund lapidem [.]. Sie werden sich Frewen und sehen den Zinnen Stein in der Hand, Zorobabel. Eigentlicher unnd wahrhaffter Bericht eines Juengst Erfundenen Wunderbarlichen Steins den 26. Tag Augustmonat des verflossenen Jahrs in dem Schwartzen Ertsberg, des Löblichen Orths Ury der mächtigen Eydgnossenschaft in welchem das Bildnus Iesu und Mariae mit einer strahlenden Sonne umgeben, mit höchster Bewunderung gesehen wird [.] Ist also dieses an Tag gebracht [.].

      [No place, no publisher], 1661. - 4to (188 x 145 mm). 19, (3) pp. With a very large folding plate illustrating the curious fossil (490 x 425 mm), engraved by Johann Melchior Schindler of Luzern, the plate with two mended tears; a very good copy in contemporary marbled wrappers. Only edition of a very rare description of a curious and wonderful fossil which was discovered on the 26th of August 1660 in the mountains near Uri in the region of Schwensburg in Switzerland; the fossil showed in its centre an image of the Virgin and Child. Although the author it at great pains to refute the notion that the image could have been added by human hand, it is very likely that this was a planted hoax fossil very much in the mould of the 'Lying Stones' of Beringer which appeared sixty-five years later in Würzburg. In 1725 Johann Adam Beringer became the victim of a famous hoax whereby two of his colleagues at the University of Würzburg planted a series of carved limestones in the shape of lizards, frogs, spider etc. and had them 'discovered' by the hapless Beringer who published his finds, Lithographiae Wirceburgensis Specimen in 1726. For a short time these curious lime stones took pride of place in Beringer's mineral and fossil cabinet. Although the fakes were fantastical in nature Beringer took them at face value and declared them 'capricious fabrications of God'. The author of the present pamphlet comes to very much the same conclusion, but in his defence one should say that scientific inquiry was less advanced in 1661 than in 1725. Not found in OCLC, COPAC or KVK. Not in VD17. Swiss libraries locate four copies: Lucerne, Zurich, St. Gallen and Beromunster.

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        Geometria, à Renato Des Cartes anno 1637 Gallicè edita ; postea autem unà cum Notis Florimondi de Beavne, In Curia Blesensi Consiliarii Regii, Gallicè conscriptis in Latinam linguam versa, & commentariis illustrata ; operâ atque studio Francisci à Schooten, in Acad. Lugd. Batava Matheseos Professoris, Nunc demum ab eodem diligenter recognita, locupletioribus Commentariis instructa, multisque egregiis accessionibus, tam ad uberiorem explicationem, quàm ad ampliandam hujus Geometriæ excellentiam facientibus, exornata. Editio secunda, multis accessionibus exornata, & plus alterâ sui parte adaucta.

      Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1659-1661. A fine copy of van Schooten's important second edition of the Geometria, Descartes's magnum opus (DSB), and one of the key texts in the history of mathematics. Descartes' "application of modern algebraic arithmetic to ancient geometry created the analytical geometry which was the basis of the post-Euclidean development of that science" (PMM). It "rendered possible the later achievements of seventeenth-century mathematical physics" (M. B. Hall, Nature and nature's laws (1970), p. 91). "The mathematical community learned about the wealth of Descartes's new ideas through the works of van Schooten ... In the second edition the commentaries were enlarged, and van Schooten included the work by his students van Heuraet, Hudde, Huygens and de Witt. This edition served as the basic textbook for the generation that, in the last quarter of the century, took the lead in introducing differential and integral calculus" (Jahnke). Newton, in particular learnt his Descartes from this edition: "There can be no doubt that Newton read the Géométrie in Schooten's second Latin edition" (Whiteside, Papers I, p. 7, n17). Newton's own heavily annotated copy of this edition is held in Cambridge University Library (NQ.16.203) The Géométrie first appeared (in French) as an appendix to Descartes' Discours de la Méthode (1637). Frans van Schooten (1615-60) first saw the Géométrie at Leiden, as Descartes had come there to supervise the printing of the Discours. Van Schooten published a Latin translation in 1649, adding his own extensive commentary. "The great success of Schooten's edition led him to prepare a second, much enlarged one in two volumes (1659-1661), which became the standard mathematical work of the period... In the second edition Schooten not only greatly expanded his commentary, but also added new material including an example of Fermat's extreme value and tangent method and a peculiar procedure for determining the center of gravity of parabolic segments. Since Fermat was not mentioned in the latter connection, it is likely that Schooten came upon the procedure independently, for he usually cited his sources very conscientiously. "In the first edition (1649) Schooten inserted Debeaune's rather insignificant Notae breves to the Géomérie. The commentary of the second edition contained valuable contributions by Huygens dealing with the intersections of a parabola with a circle and certain corollaries, as well as on an improved method of constructing tangents to the conchoid. Schooten also included longer contributions by his students: Jan Hudde's studies on equations and the rule of extreme values and Hendrik van Heuraet's rectification method. "Volume II of the second edition of the Geometria (1661) commences with a reprinting of Schooten's introductory lectures [Principia matheseos vniversalis, sev Introductio ad geometriæ methodvm Renati Des Cartes]. This material is followed by Debeaune's work on the limits of roots of equations [De aequationum natura, constitutione, & limitibus opuscula duo] and then by de Witt's excellent tract on conic sections [Elementa curvarum linearum]. The volume concludes with a paper by Schooten's younger half brother Pieter on the algebraic discussion of Descartes' data [Tractatus de concinnandis demonstrationibus geometricis ex calculo algebraïco]. This edition shows the great effort Schooten devoted to the training of his students and to the dissemination of their findings" (DSB, under Schooten). F. Cajori, A History of Mathematics, p. 174 ("Of epoch-making importance"); I. Grattan-Guinness (ed.), Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics 1640-1940 (2005), Ch. 1; N. Guicciardini, Isaac Newton on Mathematical Certainty and Method (2009); H. N. Jahnke, A history of analysis, 2003; PMM 129 (for the 1637 edition). 4to (196 x 153 mm), pp [xvi], 520, [2]; [xvi], 420, [4], with frontispiece portrait of Descartes in Vol. I with title printed in red and black and with woodcut printer's device, numerous diagrams in text. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript title on spines, stamp from Parisian bookseller to 2nd fly leaf. An exceptionally fine and clean set.

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        Grammatica linguae persicae. Auctore patre fratre Ignatio

      Rome, typis Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1661. - Large 4to. (2), 60 pp., final blank leaf. Near-contemporary blue wrappers. Extremely rare first edition of this valuable Persian grammar printed in Rome on the presses of the "Propaganda Fide". The third work of this kind, preceded only by those of Louis de Dieu (Leiden 1639) and of Greaves (London 1649). Willems notes that G. B. Raimondi, as early as 1614, produced a grammar in Rome for the use of missionaries which remained virtually unknown in the west, but this existed only in manuscript. The grammars of Greaves and of the present author were both "largely based on De Dieu" (Smitskamp). - Ignazio di Ges

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        Calender-Vereinigung. Das ist: Wolmeinend und unvorgreifliches Bedenken und Gutachten, wie beede, Alt und Newe Calender zuverbessern, mit einander zuvereinigen, und in eine richtige und best

      Ulm, gedruckt durch Balthasar K

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        Les oeuvres ... tant médicinales que chymiques, divisées en quatre principaux traitez. - I Le Paradis terrestre. - II Le grand miracle de la nature métallique. - III L'or potable. - IV Le thrésor philosophique de la médecine métallique. 2e édition à quoy sont adjoutez les Aphorismes Basiliens, & la méthode particulière pour bien faire le merveilleux onguent appelé Manus Dei.

      P., Jean d'Houry, 1661, in 8°, de 20pp.-93pp.-1f. 78pp.-1f. bl. 146pp.-1f. bl. 15pp., demi-maroquin à grain long XIXe à petits coins, dos lisse à filets dorés, qq. rousseurs et qq. taches sinon bon exemplaire grand de marges. Intéressant exemplaire provenant de la famille Castaigne, avec une longue notice en tête d'Eusèbe Castaigne, Bibliothécaire et archiviste de la ville d'Angoulême, un des grands érudits charentais du XIXe siècle, fondateur de la société archéologique et historique de la Charente en 1844, et un ex-dono plus tardif d'André Castaigne (peintre et illustrateur, élève de Gérôme) à l'éminent Dr.J. Castaigne .. son très obligé cousin...(1911) Traités alchimiques très rares et très recherchés du Révérend Père Cordelier qui fut aumônier du Roi Louis XIII. Seconde édition donnée par J.B. de La Noue, la première étant de 1660. Chaque traité possède une page de titre séparée, datée de 1660. Le miracle de la nature contient l'Oeuvre philosophique de Jean Saunier, faite en l'an 1432 le 7 mai, et publié par Castaigne. Selon Eusèbe Castaigne, érudit bibliothécaire, les aphorismes basiliens et la méthode particulière pour bien faire l'onguent rajoutés in fine par l'éditeur, ne son pas du Père Castaigne. ¶ Dorbon n°635 "ces différents traités forment ensemble l'un des plus complets recueils sur la médecine spagyrique qu'il nous ait été donné de rencontrer... on remarque aussi de nombreuses attestations de personnages importants que Castaigne aurait soignés ou guéris..." - Caillet n°2059 "très rares et recherchés des adeptes..." - Cat. Nourry Alchimie (1927) n°115 "de toute rareté et très recherché..." - Ferguson I.148 (l'exemplaire de la Young collection était incomplet) - Wellcome II. 310 - Cat. Bechtel n°70 (ex. incomplet) - Pas dans le cat. Guaïta - Pas dans la collection Verginelli - Manque à Neuville.

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        A Collection of Such of the Orders Heretofore Used in Chancery...

      1661. Guide to Procedure in the Restoration-Era Chancery Courts [Great Britain]. [Court of Chancery]. A Collection of Such of the Orders Heretofore Used in Chancery; With Such Alterations and Additions Thereunto, As the Right Honorable Edward Earle of Clarendon Lord Chancellor of England, By and With the Advice and Assistance of the Honorable Sir Harbottle Grimston Barronet Master of the Rolls, Have Thought Fit at Present to Ordaine and Publish. For Reforming of Several Abuses in the Said Court, Preventing Multiplicity of Suits, Motions, And Unnecessary Charge to the Suiters, and for Their More Expeditious and Certain Course for Relief. London: Printed for Henry Chase, 1661. 61, [i.e. 91], [3] pp. The first leaf bears an order to print. Final leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/4"). Contemporary sheep, blind rules to boards and spine. Very light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, tiny chip to spine near head, endleaves and pastedowns removed, armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to verso of front board, small embossed Macclesfield stamps to preliminary leaves. Light toning to text, internally clean. $650. * Second edition. This pocket-sized procedural handbook from the Restoration era was a well-received work that was issued eight times between 1660 and 1688. All editions are scarce. English Short-Title Catalogue R30918.

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        La vie de François, Seigneur de La Noue, dit Bras-de-Fer. Ou sont contenues quantité de choses mémorables, qui servent à l'éclaircissement de celles qui se sont passées en France & au Pays-Bas, depuis le commencement des troubles survenus pour la religion, jusques à l'an 1591.

      Leyde, Jean Elzevier, 1661. ____ Première édition. Des faits et gestes du célèbre capitaine durant les guerres de religion. Le "Bayard protestant" avait perdu un bras au siège de La Rochelle. Une prothèse en fer lui permettait de tenir les rênes de son cheval. En apprenant la mort François de La Noue (1531-1591), Henri IV s'écria : "Nous perdons un grand homme de guerre et encore plus un grand homme de bien." Bel exemplaire, relié par Antoine Chatelin, aux armes du DUC DE CHARTRES. Intéressante provenance "guerrière". Robert d'Orléans (1840-1910), duc de Chartres, petit-fils de Louis-Philippe a eut une longue carrière militaire. Il a participé dans l'armée piémontaise aux guerres d'unification italiennes, puis aux États-Unis, à la guerre de Sécession, comme aide de camp du général George B. McClellan. Engagé volontaire, sous le pseudonyme de Robert Le Fort, pendant la guerre de 1870, il est devenu chef d'escadron dans l'armée de la Loire. Très bel exemplaire. Willems, 871. Brunet I, 250. ***** First edition of the life of François de La Noue, called Bras-de-Fer, a famous Huguenot captain (1531-1591), who in 1569 in a battle near La Rochelle had lost his arm, latter replaced by an arm of iron. Fine copy with the arms of Robert d'Orléans, Duke of Chartres, who fought for the Union in the American Civil War, as aide-de-camp of General George B. McClellan, and then for France in the 1870 Franco-Prussian War. In-4. [193 x 145 mm] Collation : (8), 368, (2) pp., 2 tableaux dépliants h.-t. Maroquin bleu, dos à nerfs ornés, encadrements dorés sur les plats avec armes dorées au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe, Chatelin.).

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        Poesie

      Di Fusco 1661 - In-12 (148x75 mm.), pp. 149, (1). Fregio xilografico al frontespizio, testatine e grandi finalini xilografici. Piccolo ex ibris araldico al frontespizio. Dedicatoria a stampa e in verso al cardinale Spada scritta dall'autore, altra al lettore scritta dal marinista Antonio Muscettola. Legatura barocca in pieno marocchino coevo, piatti e dorso lavorati ai piccoli ferri in oro (attribuibile per tipologia alla bottega romana dei fratelli Andreoli). Tagli in oro. Bindelle deperdite. Mancanza dell'occhietto. Edizione originale molto rara, di questa raccolta di componimenti poetici di Lorenzo Crasso, avvocato, barone di Pianura e feudatario di Pescopagano. Alcuni di questi versi, secondo il gusto dell'epoca, sono di ispirazione giocoseria o burlesca come quelli dedicati alla "donna gobba". Opera mancante al catalogo del servizio bibliografico nazionale. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La vie de François, Seigneur de La Noue, dit Bras-de-Fer. Ou sont contenues quantité de choses mémorables, qui servent à l'éclaircissement de celles qui se sont passées en France & au Pays-Bas, depuis le commencement des troubles survenus pour la religion, jusques à l'an 1591.

      Leyde, Jean Elzevier, 1661. ____ Première édition. Des faits et gestes du célèbre capitaine durant les guerres de religion. Le "Bayard protestant" avait perdu un bras au siège de La Rochelle. Une prothèse en fer lui permettait de tenir les rênes de son cheval. En apprenant la mort François de La Noue (1531-1591), Henri IV s'écria : "Nous perdons un grand homme de guerre et encore plus un grand homme de bien." Bel exemplaire, relié par Antoine Chatelin, aux armes du DUC DE CHARTRES. Intéressante provenance "guerrière". Robert d'Orléans (1840-1910), duc de Chartres, petit-fils de Louis-Philippe a eut une longue carrière militaire. Il a participé dans l'armée piémontaise aux guerres d'unification italiennes, puis aux États-Unis, à la guerre de Sécession, comme aide de camp du général George B. McClellan. Engagé volontaire, sous le pseudonyme de Robert Le Fort, pendant la guerre de 1870, il est devenu chef d'escadron dans l'armée de la Loire. Très bel exemplaire. Willems, 871. Brunet I, 250. ***** First edition of the life of François de La Noue, called Bras-de-Fer, a famous Huguenot captain (1531-1591), who in 1569 in a battle near La Rochelle had lost his arm, latter replaced by an arm of iron. Fine copy with the arms of Robert d'Orléans, Duke of Chartres, who fought for the Union in the American Civil War, as aide-de-camp of General George B. McClellan, and then for France in the 1870 Franco-Prussian War. In-4. [193 x 145 mm] Collation : (8), 368, (2) pp., 2 tableaux dépliants h.-t. Maroquin bleu, dos à nerfs ornés, encadrements dorés sur les plats avec armes dorées au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe, Chatelin.).

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        Geometria, à Renato Des Cartes anno 1637 Gallicè edita ; postea autem unà cum Notis Florimondi de Beavne, In Curia Blesensi Consiliarii Regii, Gallicè conscriptis in Latinam linguam versa, & commentariis illustrata ; operâ atque studio Francisci à Schooten, in Acad. Lugd. Batava Matheseos Professoris, Nunc demum ab eodem diligenter recognita, locupletioribus Commentariis instructa, multisque egregiis accessionibus, tam ad uberiorem explicationem, quàm ad ampliandam hujus Geometriæ excellentiam facientibus, exornata. Editio secunda, multis accessionibus exornata, & plus alterâ sui parte adaucta.

      Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1659-1661. A fine copy of van Schooten's important second edition of the Geometria, Descartes's magnum opus (DSB), and one of the key texts in the history of mathematics. Descartes' "application of modern algebraic arithmetic to ancient geometry created the analytical geometry which was the basis of the post-Euclidean development of that science" (PMM). It "rendered possible the later achievements of seventeenth-century mathematical physics" (M. B. Hall, Nature and nature's laws (1970), p. 91). "The mathematical community learned about the wealth of Descartes's new ideas through the works of van Schooten ... In the second edition the commentaries were enlarged, and van Schooten included the work by his students van Heuraet, Hudde, Huygens and de Witt. This edition served as the basic textbook for the generation that, in the last quarter of the century, took the lead in introducing differential and integral calculus" (Jahnke). Newton, in particular learnt his Descartes from this edition: "There can be no doubt that Newton read the Géométrie in Schooten's second Latin edition" (Whiteside, Papers I, p. 7, n17). Newton's own heavily annotated copy of this edition is held in Cambridge University Library (NQ.16.203) The Géométrie first appeared (in French) as an appendix to Descartes' Discours de la Méthode (1637). Frans van Schooten (1615-60) first saw the Géométrie at Leiden, as Descartes had come there to supervise the printing of the Discours. Van Schooten published a Latin translation in 1649, adding his own extensive commentary. "The great success of Schooten's edition led him to prepare a second, much enlarged one in two volumes (1659-1661), which became the standard mathematical work of the period... In the second edition Schooten not only greatly expanded his commentary, but also added new material including an example of Fermat's extreme value and tangent method and a peculiar procedure for determining the center of gravity of parabolic segments. Since Fermat was not mentioned in the latter connection, it is likely that Schooten came upon the procedure independently, for he usually cited his sources very conscientiously. "In the first edition (1649) Schooten inserted Debeaune's rather insignificant Notae breves to the Géomérie. The commentary of the second edition contained valuable contributions by Huygens dealing with the intersections of a parabola with a circle and certain corollaries, as well as on an improved method of constructing tangents to the conchoid. Schooten also included longer contributions by his students: Jan Hudde's studies on equations and the rule of extreme values and Hendrik van Heuraet's rectification method. "Volume II of the second edition of the Geometria (1661) commences with a reprinting of Schooten's introductory lectures [Principia matheseos vniversalis, sev Introductio ad geometriæ methodvm Renati Des Cartes]. This material is followed by Debeaune's work on the limits of roots of equations [De aequationum natura, constitutione, & limitibus opuscula duo] and then by de Witt's excellent tract on conic sections [Elementa curvarum linearum]. The volume concludes with a paper by Schooten's younger half brother Pieter on the algebraic discussion of Descartes' data [Tractatus de concinnandis demonstrationibus geometricis ex calculo algebraïco]. This edition shows the great effort Schooten devoted to the training of his students and to the dissemination of their findings" (DSB, under Schooten). F. Cajori, A History of Mathematics, p. 174 ("Of epoch-making importance"); I. Grattan-Guinness (ed.), Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics 1640-1940 (2005), Ch. 1; N. Guicciardini, Isaac Newton on Mathematical Certainty and Method (2009); H. N. Jahnke, A history of analysis, 2003; PMM 129 (for the 1637 edition). 4to (196 x 153 mm), pp [xvi], 520, [2]; [xvi], 420, [4], with frontispiece portrait of Descartes in Vol. I with title printed in red and black and with woodcut printer's device, numerous diagrams in text. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript title on spines, stamp from Parisian bookseller to 2nd fly leaf. An exceptionally fine and clean set.

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        Histoire du roi Charles VII

      De l'imprimerie royale (Sébastien Cramoisy). Edition conducted by Denys Godefroy together for the first time the texts of Jean Charles VII Chartier, Mathieu de Coucy and Jacques Bouvier. The three stories are enriched with historical pieces and various memories gathered by Denys Godefroy, which brought together all the known writings of Charles VII. Portrait frontispiece and 4 portraits of Jean d'Orleans, Etienne Chevalier Jacques Coeur and Jean Bureau, all engraved by Grignon, a large title vignette the arms of France, several headbands title and historiated initials printed very well. Beautiful folio edition. Full Calf granita time. Back nerve ornate. Part of title in red morocco. Very nice copy. Clever and invisible restoration to the joints in the head and tail, and caps. Rich history throughout the contemporary 1422 until 1461, in addition to the texts of the three aforementioned historians and anonymous columns, the book contains many pieces, letters, edicts illustrating this contemporary. Excellent edition, strictly constructed, which begins with a eulogy of Charles VII alleging an anonymous manuscript, and ends with portraits and pieces of all the major characters from this contemporary, including Joan of Arc. Bookplate engraved with the arms of the eighteenth: Cabinet books Ponchartrain. Famous bibliophile, Phélypeaux Jérôme, comte de Pontchartrain, was State Secretary of the Navy from 1699 to 1715. He remained famous for its management of French colonies in America, Canada and Louisiana. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! De l'imprimerie royale (Sébastien Cramoisy) à Paris 1661 in-folio (24x38cm) (28) 907pp. (10) relié

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        Erneurtrer und vermehrter Obstgarten/Nemich: Eine kurtze/ jedoch deutliche Anweisung zur Baumgärtnerey und Peltz-Kunst/ vermittelst welcher frunchtbringende Baumgärten angerichtet und bäulich erhalten werden können. In zweyen Theilen/ Aus alten und neuen Schrifften/ wolerfahrener Baumgärtner/ abgefaßt/ auch mit eigner Erfahrung bewährt.

      Joh. Andr. u. Wolffg. Endters, Nürmberg [Nürnberg] 1661 - Zum anderen mahl gegeben Nürmberg [Nürnberg], Joh. Andr. u. Wolffg. Endters 1661. 16,5 cm. (30), 477, (16) S. Mit 2 Ill. u. 25 (von 26) Tafeln. Es fehlt das Frontispiz und der gefalt. Kupfer., 13 Bll. zeitgen. handschriftl. Notizen Original Pergament (Hardcover) auf 3 echten Bünden. Schließbänder fehlen. Gut. Guter etwas angestaubter Einband, Rückenbeschriftung kaum noch zu erkennen. Vorsatzblatt fehlt.Titelblatt und erstes Blatt der Widmung mit geringem Textverlust durch Fehlteil. Dieses vs. Titelbl. alt hinterlegt. Insgesamt fleckig . 5 Tafeln mit meist kleinem Einriss, teils alt hinterlegt. Mehrere violette Besitzerstempel (wohl 1. Hälfte des 20. Jhdt) im Buch verteilt, davon 4 auf Tafeln (1 auf Vorderseite, aber außerhalb der Abb.). Güntz I, 161 (Ausg. 1651); Wimmer/Lauterbach u.a. 94. [erneuerter] Sprache: deu Gut. Guter etwas angestaubter Einband, Rückenbeschriftung kaum noch zu erkennen. Vorsatzblatt fehlt.Titelblatt und erstes Blatt der Widmung mit geringem Textverlust durch Fehlteil. Dieses vs. Titelbl. alt hinterlegt. Insgesamt fleckig . 5 Tafeln mit meist kleinem Einriss, teils alt hinterlegt. Mehrere violette Besitzerstempel (wohl 1. Hälfte des 20. Jhdt) im Buch verteilt, davon 4 auf Tafeln (1 auf Vorderseite, aber außerhalb der Abb.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cento Favole Bellissime De i più Illustri Antichi, e Moderni, Autori Greci, e Latini. Scielte da M. Gio : Mario Verdizotti : Nelle quali cltre l'ornamento di varie, e belle figure, si contengono multi precetti pertinenti alla prudenza della vita virtuosa, e civile.

      On Venezia, per Francesco **** 1661 - Grand in-12 (16,5 X 12 cm), 258 pp., 3 ff. table, veau brun moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs orné, papiers de garde coloriés à la main, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Ouvrage rare, illustré de 101 gravures à pleine page et de nombreux culs-de-lampe, vignettes et lettrines, le tout gravé sur bois. (Anciennes taches d'encre et inscriptions sur la page de titre et 2 feuillets, mouillure angulaire sur une partie des pages, marges aléatoires sans perte de texte). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pascaarte vande vaste Cust en Eylanden van Westindien, Als mede de Virginis en Nieu-Nederland, van C. Droge tot C. Cod.

      1661 - Amsterdam, c.1661. Original colour. Sheet 435 x 540mm. Narrow top margin, with minor restoration at top edge. A rare and decorative sea chart of the West Indies, with the Eastern Seaboard north to Cape Cod, with 'Manhates' marked. This chart was first published in 1661, three years before the British took New York from the Dutch. Johannes and Gilles Van Loon were amongst the many chart makers working in Amsterdam in the wake of the Dutch merchant marine activity around the world. Although the chart derives from one published by Gerritsz of some 30 years earlier this extends further north to include the New England south coast, and also charts the Pacific coast of Central America, off which a Dutch ship is illustrated for the first time in that location. A finely engraved and important chart. KOEMAN: Loon 1, 31; BURDEN: 367, 'uncommon'.

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        Schlüssel zur Mechanica, Das ist: Gründliche Beschreibung der Vier Haupt Instrumenten der Machination, als dess Hebels, Betriebs, Schrauben, Kloben

      Finely engraved frontis. & 137 woodcut diagrams in the text. Printed title within typographical border. 4 p.l. (incl. the frontis.), 368, [16] pp. Small 4to, cont. fine vellum over boards. Nuremberg: P. Fürsten, [1661]. First edition and a lovely copy. "This work is structured as a dialogue between an engineer and a mechanic, in which they discuss the principal instruments of machinery including the level, gear, screw, and pulley. A section is devoted to a discussion of planetary movement with references to Sacro Bosco, Copernicus, and Apianus."-Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 180. Apparently little is known about the author who is described on the title-page as a "Batterey-Meister." Very fine copy.

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        Placita Latine Rediviva: A Book of Entries; Containing Perfect and Approved Precedents of Counts, Declarations, Barrs, Avowries, Replications, Pleas in Abatement, Issues, Judgments . . . useful for all Clerks, Attorneys, and Practisers [etc.]. Wing A4070

      London: Printed for H. Twyford, T. Dring, and John Place [etc.], 1661. Contemporary calf, rebacked, somewhat rubbed, light browning, else a very good copy with ample margins, the Taussig copy; with "Precedents" in the title One of two variant first editions of Aston's book of entries, so-called because taken from the entries of the clerks upon the plea rolls, a species called by Dr. Baker "replete with learning which . . . the legal historian ignores at his cost

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        Atlantis Insula.

      Artist: Mortier Peter ( - 1711 ) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdam; date: 1690 1661 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 39 x 55 - description: map of America - Vita of the artist: "Pieter Mortier (1661?1711) was an 18th-century mapmaker and engraver from the Northern Netherlands. Mortier had a partnership with Johannes Covens I (1697-1774) and founded the map publishing company Covens & Mortier (1721-1866). Mortier, being French himself, had easy access to French cartographers such as De L'Isle, Sanson, Jaillot, de Fer and De Wit. Consequently, much of Mortier's business was built upon leveraging the sophisticated Dutch printing establishment to issue embellished high quality editions of previously contemporary French maps. In the greater context of global cartography, this was a significant advantage as most Dutch map publishes had, at this point, fallen into the miasma of reprinting their own outdated works. By contrast, the cartographers of France were producing the most accurate and up to date charts anywhere. Mortier's cartographic work culminated in the magnificent nautical atlas, Le Neptune Francois. Upon Pierre's death in 1711 this business was inherited by his widow. In 1721 his son Cornelius Mortier took over the day to day operation of the firm. Cornelius partnered with his brother-in-law Jean Covens to form one of history's great cartographic partnerships - Covens and Mortier - which continued to publish maps and atlases until about 1866. "

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        MACERATA - Mattheius, Joseph. "Macerata Helvia Ricina". Titolo in alto lungo il margine superiore, in basso due cartigli ornati con dedica ed elenco dei luoghi notabili, grande stemma ornato e "Joseph Mattheius Macerat. sculp.".

      1661. Incisione a bulino f. 54 x 40, es. mancante del margine bianco sinistro, gli altri tre margini di mm.5 ca. l'uno. Rara veduta proveniente dall'opera "Compagnoni - Reggia Picena, 1661": la veduta doveva essere inserita nell'Opera ma, per dimenticanza, ciò non avvenne; accortisi dell'errore fu inserita solo in pochi esemplari perchè nel frattempo le tavole furono tutte distrutte dall'incendio della tipografia.

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        Analyse des infiniment petits, pour l?intelligence des lignes courbes, par M(onsieu)r le Marquis De L?Hospital.

      Mit 11 gefalteten Kupfertafeln und zahlr. Textfiguren. Einband etwas berieben, bestoßen und beschabt Kapitale mit kleinen Fehlstellen Stehkanten mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen und Stehkantenvergoldung teils abgerieben Rückengelenke an den Kapitalen angeplatzt (am oberen Kapital längere Anplatzungen - jeweils ca. 5 cm) teils stockfleckig teils leicht gebräunt, teils etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig alle Tafeln etwas gebräunt Blatt S. 111/112 mit kleinerem Einriss im weissen Rand Blatt S. 165/166 mit kleinerem Eckabriss (kein Textverlust) letzte Tafel mit kleinem Eckabriss (außerhalb der Abbildung) wenige Blätter mit schwacher Knickspur in der oberen Ecke, einige Blätter mit winzigen Knickspuren in den Ecken. Typographisches Exlibris des Edmond-Sebastien-Joseph de Stoupy "Ex Bibliotheca Edmundi-Sebastiani-Joseph De Stoupy, Perillustris Ecclesiae Cathedralis Leodiensis Canonici, Abbatis Commendatarii Abbatiarum S. Petri in Chalons-Sur-Saone, & S. Petri in Airvaux" auf dem vorderen Innendeckel (Stoupy war u. a. Geistlicher Rat und Generalvikar in Lüttich). Hauptwerk des bedeutenden französischen Mathematikers Guillaume Francois Antoine, Marquis de L?Hospital (1661-1704) - das vorliegende Werk gilt als das erste Lehrbuch der Differentialrechnung. Poggendorff I, 1146 / Graesse IV, 194.

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        La vie de Francois, seigneur de La Nouë, dit Bras-de-fer.

      Leiden: Jean Elsevier,, 1661. Ou sont contenuës quantité de choses memorables, qui servent à l'éclaircissement de celles qui se sont passées en France & au Pays-bas, depuis le commencement des troubles furvenus pour la Religion, jusques àl'an 1591. Small quarto (190 x 144 mm). Early 18th-century English speckled calf, decorative gilt spine, red morocco label, red speckled edges. 2 folding genealogical tables; Elsevir's device on title page. Head of spine chipped, front joint split but sound, corners a little worn, one or two slight scrapes or abrasions. A very good copy. First edition of the first significant - and conspicuously scarce - biography of the "Huguenot paladin" François de La Noue (1531-1591), one of the great Protestant captains of the 16th-century Wars of Religion, described by the distinguished American historian John Lothrop Motley as "not only one of the most experienced soldiers, but one of the most accomplished writers of his age" (Dutch Republic, III p. 480). At the siege of Fontenay in 1570 his left arm was shattered by a bullet and a "mechanic" fitted an iron limb that earned him the sobriquet of "Bras de fer" or "Iron arm". He was a correspondent of Sir Philip Sidney and acknowledged by Montaigne in the Essais "for his goodness, gentleness of manner and scrupulous courtesy. He is an important figure with regard to his political and religious affiliations as well as with regard to his Discours politiques et militaires (1587)" (Dorothea B. Heitsch, Practising Reform in Montaigne's Essais, 2000, p. 134). The author, Moïse Amyraut (1596-1664), was one of the leading French Protestant theologians of his day, who numbered William Penn among his many students. Provenance: armorial Elden Hall bookplate of Augustus, Viscount Keppel (1725?1786), naval officer and politician: "a sailor from the age of 10, Keppel served actively throughout the Seven Years' War (1756?63). In 1762 he served under Admiral Sir George Pocock in the British expedition that took Havana, and he received £25,000 in prize money as a result. He became a rear admiral in 1762 and vice admiral in 1770" (Encyclopaedia Britannica online). ODNB describes him as an "outstanding" naval officer, "especially in combined operations". 20th century bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst, Lancashire retail chemist and bibliophile, whose main library of naval history was complemented by a subsidiary collection of eighteenth-century literature in well-preserved contemporary bindings. Decidedly uncommon commercially and thinly represented institutionally: Copac cites 10 copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (we have also located a copy at the Royal Collection); OCLC locates no copies outside of European libraries. An attractive copy with an appealing provenance.

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        Bedencken/ wie man sich/ nechst Göttlicher Hülff vor dem Schlag oder Gwalt GOttes/ vorsehen und bewahren solle. Sampt einem kurtzen Bericht/ wie man sich im Nothfall und Abwesenheit eines Medici bey einer vom Schlag getroffenen Persohn verhalten solle.

      Ulm, Balthasar Kühnen 1661; (EA); ca 16x10 cm; 134 (2) Seiten; Pergamenteinband d. Zt. (Einband geringfügig fleckig, sonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar) Seltene erste Ausgabe des Buches über den Schlaganfall (Gehirnschlag). [Bedenken, wie man sich, nebst göttlicher Hilfe, vor dem Schlag oder Gewalt Gottes vorsehen und bewahren solle]. Mit dem meist fehlenden letzten Blatt mit dem Druckfehlerverzeichnis. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Medizin

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        The Compleat Gentleman: Fashioning Him absolute in the most Necessary and Commendable Qualities, concerning Mind, or Body, that may be required in a Person of Honor. To which is added the Gentlemans Exercise, or, An exquisite practice, as well for drawing all manner of Beasts, as for making Colours, to be used in Painting, Limming, &c

      Printed by E. Tyler, for Richard Thrale, at the signe of the Cross-Keys at St. Pauls Gate, London 1661 - Small quarto. 5.5 x 7 in. [xi]; 455 pp. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts in the text, and an engraved title. The best edition of this important courtesy book, originally published in 1622. The author's musings on a variety of subjects, including geometry, poetry, travel, heraldry, and education. Intact in what appears to be the original or early binding of blind stampled vellum, with the expected age and wear (except foxing) and a short split in the skin at the spine. Cords loose, and weak toward the middle of the book. Several elegant previous ownership signatures along the endpapers.

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        Talanders neuerläuterte Teutsche Rede-Kunst und Briefverfassung, Oder: Auffrichtige Anleitung, wie sowohl bey Hofe, als auch in bürgerlichen Angelegenheiten eine geschickte Compliment, gute Oration, und wohlfliessender Brief, einzurichten, Alles mit gnugsamen und vielen neuen Exempeln, so in voriger Edition nicht gewesen, gezeiget, und [...] zu beliebender Nachahmung aus dem Kern der Teutschen Sprache mitgetheilet.

      8. Mit gest. Frontispiz. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 7 Bll., 1368 S., 18 Bll., Mod. HPgmt. Erste Auflage der Neubearbeitung. - Der Schriftsteller August Bohse (1661-1742) studierte seit 1679 Rechtswissenschaften und Beredsamkeit in Leipzig und Jena, lebte 1685-88 als Rechtspraktikant in Hamburg, später in Leipzig und Dresden, wo er Vorträge über Redekunst und Recht hielt. Seit 1691 war er Sekretär am herzoglichen Hof in Weißenfels, versuchte sich als Opernlibrettist und zog schließlich wieder mit Vorträgen über Land. 1700 wurde er zum Dr. jur. promoviert und wurde 1708 Prof. an der neugegründeten Ritterakademie in Liegnitz. Mit seinen seit 1684 unter Pseudonym erschienenen Romanen wurde Bohse zum Begründer des höfisch-galanten Romans. Daneben entstanden Gelegenheitsgedichte, Übersetzungen und eine Reihe von Briefstellern. - Durchg. etw. gebräunt. - VD17, 3:678267F (nur ein Exemplar in Halle) Dünnhaupt I, 724, 14.4 (Wesentlich erweiterte Neufassung) Adelung I, 1990 Heinlein 144 vgl. ADB III, 84.

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        Histoire du Roi Henri-le-Grand.

      X S., 1 Bl., 468 S.. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz (Porträt des Henri IV). Gr.8 (23,6 x 15 cm). Dunkelroter Maroquiband mit reicher Blind- und Goldprägung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, dreiseitigem Goldschnitt und ockerfarbenen Moiré-Vorsätzen in Goldbordüre, in moderner Leinen-Kassette mit Rückenschild, ausgeschlagen mit rotem Filz. Kassette min. berieben teils stockfleckig. Breitrandiges Exemplar des biographischen Standardwerkes (zuerst Paris 1661) über den französischen Staatengründer, Nationalhelden (-heiligen) Henri IV auf großem Papier: "édition bien imprimée et fort correcte" (Brunet IV, 491). Provenienz: Zwei der größten US-amerikanischen Bibliophilen waren die Vorbesitzer. 1) Aus dem Bibliothek von Robert Hoe III, mit dessen goldgeprägtem Exlibris verso fliegendem Vorsatz. R. Hoe (1839-1909) war äußerst erfolgreicher Fabrikant von Druckmaschinen (das Exlibris zeigt eine) und einer der größten Bibliophilen seiner Zeit als solcher war er Mitbegründer und 1. Präsident des Grolier Club, New York seine Bibliothek war ebenso legendär (14837 Nummern) wie ihr Katalog (zur Versteigerung von 1911 4 Teile in 8 Bänden). 2) Vermutlich auf dieser Versteigerung erwarb Cortlandt Field Bishop das Exemplar sein goldgeprägtes Leder-Exlibris befindet sich unterhalb desjenigen von Hoe. Bishop (1870-1935), ein reicher Amerikaner, war begeisterter Flugpionier und Büchersammler seine Sammlung mit kostbar gebundenen Exemplaren, darunter vielen französischen, gelangte 1938 zur Versteigerung. (Auf dem zweiten fliegenden Vorsatz befindet sich in Bleistift der alte handschriftliche Eintrag "Robert Hoe", möglicherweise von dessen eigener Hand). Der Meistereinband vorliegenden Exemplars stammt von Joseph Thouvenin (winziger goldgeprägter Signaturstempel am Fuß des Rückens), unklar dabei ob vom Älteren (Wirkungszeit 1813-34) oder Jüngeren (1822-44) die Werkstatt Thouvenin zählte ihrerzeit neben denen des René Simier und des Jean-Georges Burgold zu Frankreichs bedeutendsten und wurde zuletzt 2006 im Musée Condé de Chantilly umfänglich präsentiert durch Thouvenins Rückgriff auf den "Kathedralenstil" und den "Fächerstil" füherer Jahrhunderte wird er allgemein als der Begründer des "style historiciste" angesehen, wobei hier ein hervorragendes und typisches Beispiel seiner Arbeit (in vorzüglicher Erhaltung) vorliegt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg]
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        Directorii regularium in quo practicabiliores casus, tum ex iure tum ex bullis pontificiis, necnon eminentiss, cardinalium declarationibus illustrantur, & iuxta regulam & constitutiones carmelitarum discalceatorum accommodantur, ubi etiam multa de aliis religionibus

      Antonii Huguetan & Marci Antonii Ravaud, London, 1661. 6 Bl./418 S./59 Bl. und Index mit einigen gestochenen Schmuckvignetten im Text, Geprägter Pergamenteinband mit 2 Messingschließern und 5 Schmuckbünden. Quart (gering fleckig/Titelseite fehlt) - Mit Aufdruck BMPAR, 1687 -

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat]
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        Berühmte- Lehr- und Sinnreiche Schrifften/ Darinnen anmuthige Seelen-Erquickungen und sonderbahre Gemüths-Erlustigungen/ durch Betrachtung der Eitelkeiten und Wollüsten der Welt/... Wunder göttlicher Liebe/ Wollust des Todes/ Stundenbuch der Hoffleuthe/ Frauenzimmers Morgenwecker/ Gedancken von der Ewigkeit/ Grab der Atheisten/ süsse Todes-Gedancken/... sambt dem Ruhebette derEhren des Herrn de la Nove gefunden werden/ Anietzo auffs Neue nach der Frantzöischen (sic) Sprache übersehen/ und... nach itziger Teutschen Redens-Art besser eingerichtet ...

      8vo. Mit 1 gest. Frontispiz, 1 gest. Zwischentitel, Titel in Rot u. Schwarz u. 49 (statt 48) Kupfertafeln von Hipschmann. 5 Bl., 1661 (falsch 1663) S. Pgt. d. Zeit. Vgl. Dünnhaupt II, 1348, 79-79a u. Brunet III, 8512. - Nachdruck der Erstausgabe von 1626. Der Zwischentitel nennt die Ausgabe bei H. Grosse 1675. Die Kupfer mit allegorischen und biblischen Darstellungen. - Exlibris u. hs. Eintrag: Cornelius Hottelmann 1727. Leicht speckig, durchgehend leicht gebräunt, insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal Berlin]
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        \"Bavariae olim Vindeliciae auctore Philippi Apiani\". Karte des altbayerischen Gebietes.

       Altkol. Kupferstich von de Wit, dat. 1661, 38 x 48,5 cm. Mit schöner Wappenkartusche und Meilenzeiger. - Breitrandig. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Landkarten, Oberbayern

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl]
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        Philippi Cluverii Introductionis in universam geographiam, tam veterem quam novam Libri 6. Tabulis aeneis illustrati. Accessit P. Bertii breviarum Orbis Terrarum

      ex officina Elzeviriana, 1661. 140x85 mm Piccole naturali imperfezioni e mancanze al frontespizio. Piacevoli e interessanti annotazioni coeve ai margini di alcune pagine o ai risguardi delle tavole. La decima tavola (inferioris Germaniae) è stata montata capovolta. Qualche leggera gora su alcune carte

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare]
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