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2010-01-30 05:31:59
Hughes, William
1662. Hughes, William. The Grand Abridgment of the Law Continued. Or, A Collection of the Principal Cases and Points of the Common-Law of England, Contained in All the Reports Extant, From the First of Elizabeth, to this present Time, By Way of Common-Place. A Work Very Usefull for All Students and Practitioners in the Law. With Two Tables, The One Containing the Names of the Cases, The Other, Of the Matter of Every of the Said Cases. Published in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of Our Soveraign Lord Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, &c. London: Printed by J.S. for Henry Twyford, George Sawbridge, Thomas Dring, and John Place, 1660-1662. 3 Volumes; with Appendix, in 3 books. Main text in double columns. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, rebacked in period style with raised bands, lettering pieces and gilt ornaments. Some rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn. Light toning, offsetting to margins of preliminaries and endleaves. Annotations to endleaves, interior otherwise clean. An appealing set. * Sole edition. Hughes, a barrister of Gray's Inn, conceived this abridgement as a continuation of a continuation of Robert Brooke's Graunde Abridgement of English case reports (first edition 1573). "These volumes embrace but a short period, and the work is a mere supplement to the earlier Abridgments, but it is a good authority.": Marvin, Legal Bibliography (1847) 402. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:19 (15).
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2009-12-03 16:36:29
VOSSIUS, Gerard Johannes.
Amsterdam, Ludovici & Danielem Elzevirios, 1662. Folio. (64),+ (1),+ 606 pp. Title printed in red and black. Dampstain throughout, last three leaves repaired in upper margin without textloss. Modern full calf in old style with slightly worn gilt spine and green spine label. Brunet V, 1373. First edition of Vossius? large latin etymological dictionary, edited posthumously by his son, Isaac Vossius. New editions followed in 1664, 1695 and as late as 1762. G. J. Vossius (1577-1649), author, classical scholar, philologist and theologian. Born near Heidelberg of Dutch parents, he become director of the theological college at Leiden 1615, where from he resigned 1619 under suspicion of heresy caused by his ?Historia Pelagiana? published 1618. He became professor at the University of Leiden 1622 and in Amsterdam 1631 and is the father of Isaac Vossius. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2009-11-28 22:09:09
1662. [ALLESTREE, Richard?]. THE GENTLEMAN'S CALLING. London, Printed by R. Norton for Timothy Garthwait, 1662. 12mo. [xxiv]176pp. +[4]ff. Second edition. Fine engraved frontispiece and title, with allegorical figures and scenes in architectural frames, dated 1660, the date of the first edition. With two additional plates of prophets. Allestree, a Royalist clergyman whose loyalty was rewarded at the Restoration with the post of Chaplain to the King, was also credited with authorship of the influential "The Whole Duty of Man" (London, Garthwait, 1658). Here the "Gentleman's calling" demands greater virtue because of his advantages. Internally fine in early panelled calf, uniformly darkened and abraded. (BL 1473.b.45). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-10-29 00:10:01
Birkenhead, Sir John.
London: Printed for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold at his shop under St. Dunstans Church in Fleet-street, 1662/3. Quarto. A4-C4 [C4 blank]. 22, [2] pages. Title-page in red and black. The last leaf is blank. Later boards. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece. ESTC: r017326; James Catalogue 1255; Wing B2961. The first leaf bears a note to the reader signed: J.B., i.e. Sir John Birkenhead ..
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2009-10-22 17:06:55
LOCCENIUS, Johannes.
Uppsala, Henrici Curionis, (1662). 8:o. (12),+ 811,+ (11),+ 50 s. Enstaka fläckar samt två små hål i marginalen. Samtida pergamentband. Sebastianus Edvardus samtida namnteckning i bläck på titelsidan, med årtalet 1662 ifyllt, samt anteckningar på försättsblad. Bengt Löws namnteckning i blyerts och Sven Walls exlibris. Collijn sp. 529. Warmholtz 2518. Andra upplagan av Loccenius allmänna svenska historia, dock den första med denna titel. Första upplagan från 1654, som hade titeln "Rerum Svecicarum" är ett betydligt mindre fast mer källkritiskt arbete och börjar "endast" med Ansgars samtida kung Björn och går fram till Gustav Vasa. Denna upplaga börjar med Oden och går fram till Karl X Gustavs död. Johannes Loccenius (1598-1677) föddes i Holstein, blev jur. dr. i Leiden 1625 och samma år inkallad till Sverige av Gustav II Adolf till en professur i historia i Uppsala. 1628 blir han professor skytteanus, 1648 universitsbibliotekarie, rikshistoriograf 1651 och assessor i antikvitetskollegiet 1667. Som forskare i svensk rätt och som lärare introducerade Loccenius rättsvetenskapen i Sverige.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2009-09-12 15:58:50
Selden,John (1584-1654)
Johann. Brendel 3rd edition, Leipzig, 1662. Copperplate engraved extra titlepage with 6 scenes of worship of Idols & miracles etc signed IBS. Small octavo bound in suede sheepskin (front cover detached/spine damaged but lower cover soundly attached). Engraved titlepage + printed titlepage +[21p dedication & prefaces] +[22-36pp contents] +373pp +[51p index]. Ownership inscription dated 1856 on inside of front board. Minor worming to later part of index and normal expected edge browning and a few spots but the paper is supple and readable. Text in Latin with substantial portions in Greek and some Hebrew. *Although Selden was primarily a lawyer and known best for his legal titles he was also a serious antiquary. This work deals with study of Syrian mythology and comparison with a study of the antiquity of the Hebrew Old Testament and led to his reputation as an oriental scholar. His large collection of oriental books and manuscripts are at the Bodleian Library at Oxford. There seem to be two versions of this 3rd edition of 1662 by Brendel one of 28 preliminaries +331pp and ours [36] +373pp +[51p index] First written when Selden was in his early 20's it was not published until 1617 as is explained in the Preface to the first edition which is reprinted in this edition after a later Preface. 1 volume. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2009-09-09 09:38:10
HARVEY, WILLIAM (1578-1657)
Amsterdam: J. Ravesteyn, 1662. Hardcover. Very Good. Engraved emblematic Titlepage. Duodecimo original leather 4 raised bands, spine compartments gilt & gilt spine title (worn with lower half of top hinge split/hinges rubbed & some ends of hinge splits/tips worn/scuffed but quite sound & firm). Engraved titlepage +[26] +388pp +[3]pp index. Small archival repair to margin of TP (no involvement of print), ownership stamp (faint & hard to read) on pastedown and nice ownership inscription of an Avignon medical doctor dated 1676 on flyleaf. *Harvey's fundamental work on embryology and endocrinology which, if he had not discovered the circulation of the blood would alone have ensured his fame. All earlier theories of reproduction were based on Aristotelian and Galenic medicinal teaching but Harvey's researches on chicken and deer embryos proved to his satisfaction that semen fertilized the ovum and that spontaneous generation was without foundation. He also explained growth and differentiation of organs and opposed the doctrine of pre-formation. "The most important book on the subject to appear during the 17th century" (Garrison-Morton. Cf. Krivatsy 7661, Wellcome IV,98).
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2009-07-27 17:14:22
Matthew, Richard
London: Printed for Joseph Leigh, At the Upper End of Bazing-Hall-Street, near the Nags-Head-Tavern, And are to be Sold Together with this Pill and By Giles Calvert at the West End of Pauls. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover lightly rubbed. Rubbing to front joint. Expert repairs to corners of preliminary and title page and also last page. One page torn in centre. Inscription on fep. Darkening to page ends and scattered browning. 1662. [First Edition]. Full Leather cover with red title label with gilt titles. 142mm x 93mm (6" x 4"). Preliminary page, title page, page epistle, 204pp of text. .
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2009-06-24 11:00:24
BLAEU, Jan (1596-1673)
Amsterdam: Jan Blaeu, [1662]. Copper-engraved map, with original colour. Latin text on verso. Skillful marginal repair to center fold. 19 1/2 x 24 inches. An aesthetic chord of triumph and the culmination of Dutch cartography. This is the new world map prepared by Blaeu for the eleven volume Atlas Maior of 1662. Unlike its predecessor with its marginal city views and native peoples, this is a double hemispheric map with the classical gods that personify each planet and Apollo, the Sun. Each planetary deity is portrayed with his astrological attributes: Mercury with flying cap and caduceus; Venus with cupid at her side; Mars armed for battle; Jupiter with thunderbolts; and Saturn brooding and holding a flag of a six pointed star (a symbol in Saturn worship). Just below to the left and right are portraits of Claudius Ptolemy and Amerigo Vespucci. At the base are the four allegorical personifications of the seasons, each on a chariot. All of which place Earth in a larger astrological and temporal context, and make the map an exaltation of the Western European achievements. This was the key to Blaeu's Great Atlas: the culminating work of 100 years of Dutch cartography and 300 years of European seafaring. It is surely one of the most beautiful world maps ever made. Shirley, The Mapping of the World, 428; van der Krogt, Atlantes 0001:2B.
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2009-02-21 16:11:03
Rosinus, Johannes
Coloniæ Agrippinæ, Apud Iodocum Kalcovium, Bibliopolam, Sumptibus Tri-Adelphorum, 1662. in quo praeter ea, quae Ioannes Rosinus delineaverat, infinita supplentur, mutantur, adduntur. Ex criticis et omnibus utriusque linguae auctoribus collectum : Poëtis, Oratoribus, Historicis, Iurisconsultis, qui laudati, explicati, correctique, Thoma Dempstero, à Muresk, IC. Scoto Auctore. Huic postremae editioni accesserunt electa : I De priscis Rom. gentil. ac familiis. II De tribubus Rom XXXV Rusticis atque Urbanis. III De ludis festis que rom. Ex Kalendario vetere. Studio And. Schotti. ROSIN (Jean), en allemand, Roszfeld, antiquaire, naquit, en 1551, à Eisenach, dans la Thuringe Ayant achevé ses études à l'académie de Iéna, Jean remplit les fonctions de sous-recteur au gymnase de Ratisbonne. Il renonça depuis à l'enseignement pour exercer ce ministère évangélique, et, en 1592, il fut attaché, comme prédicateur, à la cathédrale de Naumbourg en Saxe Il mourut d'une fièvre contagieuse, le 7 octobre 1626 On doit à Rosin, des éditions de la « Chronique » de Wolfg. Dreschler, [« Chronicon Saracenicum et Turcicum », publiée pour la première fois en 1550, par George Fabricius, avec des additions, fait partie de différents « Recueils ». La meilleure édition est celle de Jean Reiske, Leipzig, 1689, in – 8°] avec une « Continuation » depuis l'année 1550, Leipzig, 1594, in 8°. — et d'un « Recueil » de différents opuscules de Luther (en allemand), touchant la guerre et la prière contre les Turcs, avec quelques prédictions sur les malheurs prochains dont l'Allemagne est menacée, etc, ibid., 1696, i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-02-18 23:11:57
Fabricius, Eberhard. (bound with) Carpzov, Benedict.
Lipsiae, Franckfurt am Mayn: (see below), 1662, 1653. 2 items bound as 1; Fabricius, Eberhard. Eberhardi Fabricii Jurisconsulti Gailius Enucleatus Hoc est: Statera Controversiarum Maxime Nobilium & in Utroque Foro Practicabilium Quae In Dvobvs And. Gailii IC. Celeberrimi Observationum Libris continentur: & pro hodierno statu in Imperio ponderantur. . Lipsiae: Juxta exemplar impressum, 1662, [2 leaves] (in red and black with the Lipsiae imprint), [2 leaves] (beginning with title with Coloniae Agrippinae: Apud Urbanum Krafft, 1661 imprint), 139 pp. with text double column (bound with) Carpzov, Benedict. Peinlicher Sachsischer Inquisition- und Achts Proces Darauss zuvernehmen/ Wann/ wie/ und welcher Gestalt von der Obrigkeit ex officio wider die delinquenten und Verbrechere zu inquiriren, so wohl auch wieder die Fluchtigen mit der Acht zu verfahren. . Franckfurt am Mayn: Iohannis Pressen, 1653, 284 pp. (actually 246, page numbers 217 and 218 not used, page 248 misnumbered as 284, as issued); leaves slightly taller than 20 cm., together in embossed parchment binding, now darkened with the pictorial elements on sides indistinct and the spine badly rubbed with chips at head and tail, ties gone; a number in pen at corner of first title, general age toning throughout but not fragile. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal-Books [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2009-01-02 21:31:13
VILLEDIEU, Madame De. Marie-Catherine Desjardins]
Pris: Chez Clavde Barbin, 1662. 12mo, [xiv], 99, [iii]. Bound in contemporary calf, spine gilt, neatly rebacked with spine laid down. Leaves little toned, but a very good copy. The author's first book. Rare, the OCLC locates just three copies, the UCLA copy in the US and SRT and ZBU in France. Marie-Catherine Desjardines, Madame de Villedieu (1640? -1683) began to write verse after her father ended her affair with a cavalry officer. In 1658 she met Antoine de Boessert, her life time love, and signed a promise to marry him before he left for active duty. Her plays were produced by Moliere and she took on the name Madame de Villedieu. From 1669 she was a prolific author and later, weary of the world, she sought asylum in a convent. She wed a wealthy older man in 1677 and after bearing him a son retired to her country estate. This is a collection of poetry dedicated to the Duchess Mazarin. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2008-12-22 18:05:07
BLAEU, Jan (1596-1673)
[Amsterdam: Blaeu, 1662]. Copper-engraved map, with full original colour and gilt embellishments, mild discolouration at center fold, overall very good condition. 20 1/4 x 26 inches. A handsome example of Blaeu's English county map with exceptional original colour and highlights in gold This beautifully presented county map of Hertfordshire from Johan Blaeu's Atlas Mayor, sino Cosmographia from the only Spanish edition of this great work. The map itself is based on John Speed's map, published in 1612, though without the town plans. Blaeu's map includes the coats of arms of two prominent families. The title cartouche illustrates Hertfordshire's relationship to London in that the county supplied corn and hay to the pleading Londoners pictured on the right hand side of the title. Because of its proximity to London, Hertfordshire had many country houses, reflected in some of the placenames on the map: Waterford Hall, Aldbery Hall, Shingle Hall, and, of course, Waymer Castle. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Bl 60A, #199
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2008-10-25 13:28:37
Linden, Joh. Antonidae van der.
Amsterdam. Joannem Blaeu.1662. Editio tertia. 19,5 x 14 cm. V.Cl., 755 S. Wappeneinband. Ldr.d.Zt. Rücken stark beschädigt mit teilweisem Lederverlust. Berieben u. best. Linden, Johannes Antonius van der., am 13. Januar 1609 in Enkhuizen geboren, studirte 1625-29 in Leyden und danach in Franeker, wo er 1630 mit einem "Universae mediciane compendium, quinque centuriis sub clypeo M. Winsemii, decem disputationibus propositum. Cui addita est centuria inauguralis positionum medicarum, practicarum de virulentia venerea" zum wurde. Nach einer 2jähr. Wirksamkeit als Arzt in Amsterdam, wo er auch als Prosector des Colleg. medicum auftrat, wurde er zum Prof. der Med., Anat. und Botanik in Franeker ernannt (Antrittsrede: "De medico futuro necessariis"). Sein Unterricht zog viele Fremde nach Franeker, um als seine Schüler zu promoviren. 1651 als Prof. nach Leyden berufen, war er da bis zu seinem Tode, im März 1664, mit grossem Eifer, vorzüglich als Prof. des Colleg. medico-pract., wirksam. Er schrieb: "De scriptis medicis libri duo" (Amsterdam, 1637,1651,1662), welchem er eine "Manuductio ad medicinam" (auch Löwen 1639, Franeker 1642, Halle 1726) hinzufügte. Diese bibliograph. Arbeit wurde später von G.A.Mercklin umgearbeitet und verbessert und unter dem Namen "Lindenius renovatus" (Nürnberg 1686) veröffentlicht.; G.C.B.Suringar, Het genesskundig onderwys van A.Kyper en J.A.van der Linden,1863.; - Gelenk auf Seite 432/33 gelockert . Versand D: 3,00 EUR Medizin, Geschichte der Medizin; Lateinische Sprache
Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG [Dinkelscherben, Germany]
2008-07-25 17:24:02
AELIANOS, Claudios || SCHEFFERUS, Johannes (utg.)
Strassburg, Friederici Spoor, 1662. 8:o. (16),+ 446,+ (146) s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. Titelbladet något smutsigt, bläckfläckar i marginalen. Samtida halvpergamentband, röda snitt, äldre bibliotekstämpel. Grekisk-latinsk parallelltext. Collijn sp. 5. Schweiger s. 3. Andra upplagan av Aelianus, ett omtryck av första upplagan från 1647.
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2008-02-15 21:01:58
GRONOVIUS, Johan Friedrich.
Editio secunda, priori emendatior & altero tanto auctior. Leyden, Danielis & Abrahemi à Gaasbeeck, 1662. 8vo. Engr. extra title,+ (14),+ 143, 140-690,+ (28) pp. Slight dampstain in beginning. The engraved title mounted. Contemporary full vellum. Exlibris Hammer. Graesse III, p. 160. Second and best edition of the "Three books ...". An enlarged edition was edited by F. Platner in 1755 into "Four books ...", reprinted and again enlarged in 1831.
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2008-01-15 20:36:15
[ SIMONS, Mathew ]
London: Printed by M S for Tho: Jenner, [Thomas Jenner]. 1662. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. H Full Panelled Calf. Very Good. [revised edition of A direction for the English traviller] 197 [i.e. 196] pp., [4] leaves. 37 engraved thumbnail maps in the text. Engraved title for 'A Direction for the English Traviller' A nice clean copy of this early gazetteer, lacking the folding tables (no Yorkshire map). Bound in a modern speckled panel calf, with a red morocco title label. Very good. 102b
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