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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 Blavania...is 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
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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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 Dr.med.promovirt 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.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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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.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
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
Bookseller: Stephen Foster Books
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