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        The Art of Cookery, in Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. With Some Letters to Dr. Lister and Others . . . Concerning the Soups and Sauces of the Ancients . . . Humbly inscrib?d to the Honourable Beef Steak Club

      Printed by Bernard Lintott. First authorized edition; third edition overall, preceded by two pirated editions.. Very good copy.. Foxon K57; NCBEL II, 1047. 8vo, contemporary sprinkled panelled calf (neatly rebacked), gilt lettering. Half-title present; lacking the final blank. A popular satirical work by William King (1663?"1712), the interesting and prolific miscellaneous writer and poet. See the DNB online.

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        Hudibras

      London 1663 - First Edition, Very Good/ No Jacket, Full-Leather. Samuel Butler's 'Hudibras' is a literary treasure by any estimation. It concerns the English Civil War and it was intended to ridicule the Presbyterians, Dissenters, and others who had fought against the crown in the conflict between Charles I and Oliver Cromwell. It was published shortly after the restoration of Charles II and the poem had immense popularity at the time. This set is an extremely rare offering as it contains all three volumes (1663-1664-1678) in the first edition and the first issue. I have found no other copies of this set currently available and the ABPC indicates that no full first edition set has been offered for decades. The three volumes are the first issues of the authentic 'author's own' First editions. All points of issue in Lowndes are present in these books. The volumes are bound in full calf (mid 17th century) with hand tooled ornamentation on all front and back boards. The boards show some rubbing and staining from age but they are beautiful nevertheless. The textblocks are virtually pristine with no foxing except on the blank preliminary pages. Volume two lacks the imprimatur preliminary page. Otherwise the texts are absolutely complete. There have been minor repairs done by a professional binder to strengthen the inner rear hinges of both volumes 1 and 2. The errata are all present as called for. Volume three has been rebacked. Volume three was issued in a different size than the other two volumes and this has been compensated for in the magnificent presentation that I commissioned for this work. These are extremely rare books. PRESENTATION CASE: These fine volumes are housed in a full leather case that is made of the finest leather. The case is lined in hand-painted book paper much as the marbled paper found on endpapers. There is a small shim installed in the case to compensate for the differing height of volume three. Each volume has it's own hand made cover that it goes into before inserting the volume into the case. The three covers are made from both leather and the same painted paper that is inside the case. The spines of the covers are leather with leather labels and 23k gold titling indicating the title and volume. I know that this sounds complicated but these things can be hard to describe. I would encourage you to ask for pictures if you have a serious interest in this set. The rear of the covers is also leather. All in all, this is a wonderful copy and presentation of the Great 'Mock-Epic' poem 'Hudibras. We are pleased to send pictures on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Amboinse Oorlogen, Door Arnold de Vlaming van Oudshoorn Als Superintendent, over d'Oosterse gewesten Oorlogaftig ten eind gebracht.

      Arnold Bon, Delft 1663 - [12] ff including engraved frontispiece and letter press title, 369 pp, [7] ff including 1 blank, and with 6 double-page engraved plates. Bound in contemporary stiff vellum, repair to upper corner of front cover, some nicking and repairs to upper margin of first few leaves including engraved title page; plate 1 a little toned, pages and plates otherwise fresh and in crisp impression. Very rare first and only edition of this contemporary illustrated account of the Ambon Wars in the Moluccas¿ ¿one of the bloodiest series of campaigns in VOC history¿ - written by the eyewitness Levinus Bor, private secretary to Superintendent Arnold de Vlaming during the conflict. De Vlaming used the war as an excuse to gain a monopoly on the spice trade, destroying plantations throughout the islands as well as brutally suppressing the native uprising. Until the late 18th century, the Moluccas remained the sole source of cloves, mace, and nutmeg, forming a lucrative trade for the European powers who controlled them. When the island of Hoamoal rebelled, Arnold de Vlaming was quick to take advantage of the situation by ordering the destruction of its clove plantations, securing the Dutch monopoly. ¿Then de Vlaming moved against the Ternaten opponents based on Hoamoal and their Makasarese and Malay allies in one of the bloodiest series of campaigns in VOC history. With the VOC sailed the Ambonese Christians in their war-prauws¿In 1656 the population that remained was deported to Ambon. All spice trees on Hoamoal were destroyed, and thereafter it was devoid of human habitation except for passing hongi (war-fleet) expeditions looking for any wild cloves requiring destruction.¿ (Ricklefs, A History of Modern Indonesia, p. 75) The present work, the only account of the episode noted in Landwehr¿s bibliography of the VOC, is a necessarily obsequious portrayal of Dutch actions during the conflict. However, the engraved plates make no attempt to hide the bloodthirsty nature of the affair ¿ ¿resolved martially¿, as the title suggests. The engraved titlepage, for example, is flanked by figures of a Dutch soldier opposite a black native carrying shield and sword, while the vignette at the foot of the page shows the Dutch firing rifles at native forces who return fire with spears. The first engraved double-paged plate depicts smiling, clothed natives greeting Dutch soldiers upon their arrival; the next shows the execution [?] of one native by blowpipe; a third shows natives in war canoes engaging in a naval battle alongside Dutch men-of-war; post-defeat, the fifth plate presents natives in poses of extreme supplication approaching a Dutch official who carries a severed black head in a basket; and a final engraving shows natives and Dutchmen burning a large idol upon a pyre. Arnold de Vlaming van Oudshoorn was Governor of Ambon from 1647 to 1650 and Superintendent of the region from 1652 to 1656. A controversial figure due to the professed Catholicism of his parents, it was his tenure during the Ambon Wars which saw the ¿strenuous military measures that earned him both fame and notoriety¿ (Ricklefs, p. 75). Two American copies of the work are listed on OCLC, at Cornell and the NYPL. Oddly, Landwehr #233 fails to mention any plates in this work. * Landwehr VOC 233; see also Du Perron, De Muze van Jan Companjie (1939) pp. 20-23; Ricklefs, A history of modern Indonesia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De bello Suecico commentarii, quibus Gustavi Adulphi Suecorum Regis in Germaniam expedito usque ad ipsius mortem comprehenditur

      Leodii, apud Henricum Edelmannum. 1663 - In 4°, pergamena coeva (8), 272 pp. con frontespizio allegorico finemente inciso in rame. Bell' esemplare della rara edizione originale. L' autore, genovese, fu presente in Germania al momento dell' offensiva portata da Gustavo Adolfo contro Ferdinando II e la lega cattolica, ne seguì gli sviluppi sino alla morte del "re d'oro" nella battaglia di Lutzen del novembre 1632.Si trovò così nelle condizioni di stendere, per primo, la cronaca della breve ma folgorante campagna militare del sovrano svedese in Germania nel corso di una delle fasi più interessanti della guerra dei Trent' anni. www.libreriabrighenti.it [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Het Geestelyck Jubilee van het jaer M.DC.L. ofte vreugde van't berouw, verbeelt door't gesucht der tortelduyven nae haer gayke. Ende door de wederkomste van de duyve in d'arcke van Noë.

      Anvers, Philip van Eyck 1663 - petit in-8, 398 pp., [8] ff. n. ch. (tables), avec 30 figures à demi-page gravées dans le texte, soit d'emblèmes, soit d'astronomie, vélin rigide, tranches mouchetées (reliure moderne). Bon exemplaire. Unique édition, peu commune, de l'unique ouvrage du Jésuite Limbourgois Jan Van Sambeeck (1601-1666), composé à l'occasion du jubilé de 1650. Il est orné de gravures emblématiques, ou de figures astronomiques généralement inscrites dans un cercle. Backer & Sommervogel VII, 502. Aucune référence au CCF. Exemplaire de John Landwehr, avec ex-libris contrecollé sur les premières gardes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bologna, serie completa

      Bologna 1663 - Bellissima serie di undici, tra piante e vedute, della città di Bologna inserite nell'opera di Johan Blaeu "Theatrum / Civitatum / et / Admirandorum / Italiae ." stampata ad Amsterdam nel 1667. Bononia Docet Mater Studiorum 508x570, La Piazza Maggiore 190x295, Fons Bononiensis 420x535, Piazza di Porta 205x288, Veduta della Piazza maggiore con il Palazzo del Podestà in Faccia 222x300, Veduta della Piazza Maggiore con il Palazzo maggiore in faccia 222x300, Studio Publico in Bologna 216x302, Dissegno della parte interiore, o Cortile dello Studio 195x302, San Michele in Bosco 238x308, Convento de' Padri della Certosa 225x305, Felsina, sive Bononia Antiqua 398x515. Alla serie è inserita la striscia mm 87x260, rara da trovarsi, incisa a parte da applicare alla pianta scenografiva al lato sinistro che ne completa la serie.Bibliografia: Brighetti "Bologna nelle sue stampe Vedute e piante scenografiche dal quattrocento ll'ottocento", pag. 32, n° 38.

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        Massilia. Marseille. (France)

      Casper Meriaen, Amsterdam 1663 - Engraving from Topographia Galliae. Sheet size: 12 1/4 x 14 1/2". Inventory#: p1668pmat.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        Codicis Dn. Justiniani Sacratissimi Principis PP. Aug. Repetitae.

      1663 - Uncommon Large-Paper Edition of the Code And Related Works With Important Notes by Denis Godefroy Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Godefroy, Denis [1549-1622], Editor and Annotator. Codicis Dn. Justiniani Sacratissimi Principis PP. Aug. Repetitae Praelectionis Libri XII. Postrema Editio Prioribus Auctior et Emendatior. Frankfurt: Sumptibus Societis. Imprimebat Hieronymus Polichius, 1663. [xvi] pp., 1024 cols., [4] pp., 456 cols., [13] pp., 78 cols., [2] pp., 282 cols. Folio (14" x 9"). Contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece. Moderate rubbing with wear to extremities, chipping to spine ends, front board just beginning to separate but still secure. Large woodcut printer device, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Faint dampstaining to head of text block, light foxing and browning to portions of text, internally clean. * Large-paper edition. Includes the Authenticae; Seu, Novellae Constitutiones, Feudorum Consuetudines, Constitutiones Friderici II. Imp. Extravagantes, Liber de Pace Constantiae, Epitome Feudorum and related writings and notes by Godefroy. Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis preserved and restated all existing Roman law. Compiled in three years under the direction of Tribonium, it was both a critical restatement of earlier law and jurisprudential writings and a complete collection of recent legislation. It is divided into four books, the Institutes, Digest, Code and Novels. The Code contains the laws in force during Justinian's reign. It is divided into 12 books. Book 1 deals with ecclesiastical law, the sources of law, and the duties of high officials. Books 2-8 deal with private law. Book 9 deals with criminal law. Books 10-12 deal with administrative law. It received a great deal of commentary during the medieval and early modern eras. That of Denis Godefroy was influential well into the twentieth century. Godefroy was a jurist, humanist, historian, scholar of Roman law and professor at the Universities of Geneva and Heidelberg. He was also the first to apply the collective name Corpus Juris Civilis to Justinian's works. KVK locates 5 copies of thi [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HUDIBRAS: The First Part: Written in the Time of the Late Wars

      London, 1663. Third Pirated Edition. Fair. Offered for sale is the rare third unauthorized edition with an inverted pyramid on the title page with fourteen ornaments in the top row, ESTC, R4516. This copy in what look to be original full leather boards. A Fair to Good copy only, but original and authentic, if unautherized. Complete with first blank, title page, 125 numbered pages and final blank. Signatures, A-H8, complete. With a few previous owner's names and writing on the first blank and a verse on the final blank, written in an early hand. A scarce pirated edition of Butler's masterwork. Modeled after "Don Quixote" the author's bold satire of the English Civil War, 1642 - 1651, was read so voraciously at the time of publication that demand for the work outstripped both authorized and pirated printings. A rare edition in it's original state. Fair.

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        Informe del origen, antiguedad, calidad, i sucession de la excelentissima casa de Sarmiento de Villamayor, y las unidas a ella por casamiento: escrito a instancia del Excelentissimo Señor Don Felipe Baltasar de Gante ?.

      Madrid, n.pr., 1663. - Woodcut initial. 120 ll. 4°, contemporary limp vellum, cord loops and bead fasteners preserved, horizontal manuscript title on spine. Small piece torn from margin of F3, costing 3 letters; dampstained. Overall in good to very good condition. Old presentation inscription on front flyleaf. Stamp of the Casa de Cadaval on title-page, stamp and label on recto of front free endleaf. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION.Pellicer de Osau Salas y Tovar (1602-79) studied the humanities at Salamanca and Madrid, philosophy at Alcalá and canon and civil law at Salamanca. In 1642 he was appointed Chronicler of Castile and León, and in 1640 Chronicler of Aragon. His @Lecciones solemnes a las obras de D. Luis de Gongora, Madrid 1630, is a sympathetic treatment of Gongora, whose style influenced Pellicer's own.---- Palau 216801. Salvá 3588. Heredia 7947. Not in HSA. Not in @Ticknor Catalogue. NUC: IU. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Offne Thür zu dem verborgenen Heydenthum: Oder, Warhaftige Vorweisung deß Lebens, und der Sitten, samt der Religion, und dem Gottesdienst der Bramines, auf der Cust Chormandel, und denen herumliegenden Ländern: Mit kurtzen Anmerkungen, Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt. Samt Christoph Arnolds Auserlesenen Zugaben, Von den Asiatischen, Africanischen, und Americanischen Religions-sachen, so in XL Capitel verfasst. Alles Mit einem nothwendigen Register.,

      Nürnberg, Endter, 1663 - Mit 36 (von 42, 4 gefaltet) n.n. Kupfertafeln, zahlreichen Holzschnittintitialen und -vignetten, 7 Bll. (statt 8, ohne den gest. Titel, Drucktitel in Rot und Schwarz), 536 Seiten; S. 537 - 998, 20 Bll. (Register u. Errata). VD17 23:249913S; Landwehr VOC 650 (niederländische Ausg.) & 651 (deutsche Ausg.); Sabin 72603. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Die niederländische Ausgabe erschien 1651 bei Nijhoff in Leiden, unter dem Titel "De Open- deure Tot het Verborgen Heydendom". Abraham Rogerius (? - 1649) war ein niederländischer Missionar, er lebt und predigte von 1631 bis 1647 in Niederländisch-Ostindien. In seinem posthum erschienen Werk beschreibt er die Religionen in Indien, Japan und China, mit ausführlichen Angaben zu Göttern, Tempeln, Priestern, Festen, Zeremonien, Ritualen und Bräuchen wie Menschenopfern. Weiterhin werden Totenkult, Seelenwanderung und Blutaberglauben behandelt. "This is the earliest Euopean account of Hinduism in Southern India" (Landwehr). Die deutsche Übersetzung erfolgte durch den Nürnberger Theologen Christoph Arnold (1627-1685), der auch einen Anhang (afrikanische, asiatische und amerikanische Religionen) verfasste, welcher erstmals in der deutschen Ausgabe veröffentlicht wurde. - Wie häufig fehlt auch bei diesem Exemplar der zusätzliche, gestochene Titel. Die fehlenen Tafeln waren diesem Exemplar wohl nie beigebunden. Insgesamt etwas knapp beschnitten, vereinzelt leicht gebräunt und stellenweise auch etwas braunfleckig. Insgesamt gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Kl.-8° (16 x 9,5 cm), moderne marmorierte Pappbände mit hs. Rückentitel. Erste (1.) deutsche Ausgabe. Zwei Teile in zwei Bänden. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Group of 5 leaves from printed Bibles, 1518 to 1663

      V.p., Venice, Leipzig, London, Amsterdam, 1518-1663 - The collection includes the following printed leaves: 1) Bible. Greek. Venice, 1518. From the Aldine Greek Bible, the editio princeps of the complete Bible in Greek (Darlow & Moule 4594). Book of Malachi, folio 326. 2) Bible. German. Leipzig, 1541. From a pirated edition, suppressed at Luther's request on account of its errors (Darlow & Moule 4204, note). Isaiah, chapter 48. 3) Walton's Polyglot Bible. London, 1655. The great London Polyglot, published in 6 volumes from 1655 to 1657. (Darlow & Moule 1446). From vol. I, the Pentateuch: Leviticus, chapter 18 (in Hebrew, Samaritan, Latin, Greek, Arabic, Syriac). 4) Walton's Polyglot Bible. London, 1657. (Darlow & Moule 1446). From vol. V, New Testament: Paul's Epistle to the Romans, chapter 9 (in Latin, Greek, Ethiopic, Arabic, Syriac). 5) Bible. Dutch. Amsterdam, Elzevier, 1663. States General version (Darlow & Moule 3321). Leviticus, folio 55 (BIBLE LEAVES) Folio and smaller. . Generally fine, mounted in card folders [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le Voyage de France, dressé pour la commodité des François & Estrangers. Avec une description des chemins pour aller & venir par tout le monde. Très-nécessaire aux voyageurs. Corrigé & augmenté de nouveau par le sieur Du Verdier, historiographe du Roy. Troisiesme édition.

      Paris, Michel Bobin, Nicolas Le Gras, 1663, - fort vol. in-12, [6] ff. n. ch. (titre, dédicace, avertissement), 607-[4] pp., vélin souple, dos lisse (reliure de l'époque). Une déchirure latérale au dernier feuillet, avec perte de quelques lettres, mais bon exemplaire.L'abondant écrivain que fut l'historiographe de France Gilbert Saunier Du Verdier (mort en 1686 ; à ne pas confondre avec ses homonymes Antoine ou Claude) ne fut que l'éditeur de cette troisième édition, laquelle sortit d'ailleurs, chez les mêmes libraires, d'abord en 1655 (réédition en 1662). Le véritable auteur est le père Claude de Varennes, Jésuite, et le livre parut pour la première fois en 1639, sous une forme encore peu développée (la deuxième édition est de 1643). Barbier IV, 1072. Cioranescu, XVII, 28253 (et 65473). Pas dans Backer & Sommervogel. Exemplaire de Hyacinthe Carrère, avec vignette ex-libris contrecollée sur les premières gardes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TOMAS DE KEMPIS THOMAE A KEMPIS CANONICI REGULARIS ORDINIS S. AUGUSTINI, DE IMITATIONE CHRISTI

      Excudebat Thomas Piferrer Barcelona. 1663. 6h+386Pág+5h. Magnífico ejemplar de T. Kempis que contiene 18 grabados a la madera del siglo XVII. Muy buen estado. Ref 6.3 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.

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        Les Oeuvres

      S.l. [Amsterdam, Louis et Daniel Elzevier] 1663 - 2 vol. in-12, plein veau glacé, double filet d'encadrement, dos à nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge et vert, tranches dorées (reliure du XVIIIe), (24) 488 (10) pp. et (2) [489]-946, (8) pp. (en pagination continue) 1ère EDITION ELZEVIRIENNE des oeuvres de Rabelais, contenant Gargantua, Pantagruel, diverses épîtres et l'Alphabet de l'auteur français, qui paraît ici pour la première fois. L'Eclaircissement, la Vie de Rabelais et les notes sont attribués à Pierre du Puy "Voilà sans nul doute une édition fort jolie, . fort recherchée et dont les beaux exemplaires sont rares." Brunet IV: 1058 Une coiffe manquante, trou de galerie et race d'usure au bas du premier plat, petite tache sur l'un des plats, ex. un peu court en tête, mais d'une grande fraîcheur

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        Segunda parte del Arte y Uso de la Architectura. Con el quinto y séptimo libros de Euclides traducidos del latín en romance. Y las medidas difíciles de Bóvedas y de las superficies y pies cúbicos de Pichinas. Con las Ordenanzas de la Imperial Ciudad de Toledo aprobadas y confirmadas por la Cesárea Mag. del Sr. Emperador Carlos V.

      - Madrid, Petrus a Villafranca, 1663, 30 x 21,5 cm., pergamino, 3 h. incluso portada grabada + 449 págs. incluso 23 láminas grabadas en madera + 1 h. (Portada restaurada en el margen superior blanco, las dos hojas de preliminares restauradas por el margen superior afectando levemente a la aprobación y prólogo. Páginas 427-428 reproducidas en facsímil en papel antiguo. Última hoja de índice restaurada por la esquina superior afectando al texto en unos 5 renglones a varias letras. 1ª edición de la segunda parte de esta obra que se considera como independiente. Libro importante y cotizado tanto por los diversos temas y obras que contiene como por los bellos grabados que lo ilustra). ARQUITECTURA

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        De varis, seu arthritide vaga scorbutica tractatus. - (Angebunden): - (Rossi, Francesco): Nocturnae exercitationes in medicas historias: Quae plurimum conducunt ad artem praedicendi in morbis acutis. Auctore Francisco Ruebeo. Herausgegeben von Johann Garmers.

      Grottfried Gross. Und Hamburg, Johann Naumann,, Leipzig, 1663 - 2 Werke in 1 Band. Leipzig, Grottfried Gross. Und Hamburg, Johann Naumann, 1663 und 1660. 8°. 12 n.n. Bl., 167 S., 9 n.n. S. Register; 16 n.n. Bl., 489 S., 32 n.n. S. Register. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. I: - VD 17, 23, 243170P. - Hirsch IV, 254. - Moellenbrock (gestorben 1675) war Stadtarzt in Halle. Nach Hirsch die 2. Auflage nach 1662. Wurde mehrfach aufgelegt. Grösstenteils Rezeptsammlung. - II: - VD 17, 1:011203Y. - Nicht bei Hirsch u.a. Rossi, auf dem Titel als Philosopho Civique Genuensis, bezeichnet, wurde 1575 geboren. In alten Bibliotheksaufnahmen unter dem Namen Franciscus "de Marchia". - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. II mit vereinzelten Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Einbandrücken fleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.

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        Mare Clausum, The Right and Dominion of the Sea [with] Additional Evidences Concerning the Right of Soveraignty and Dominion of the Kings of Great Brittain In the Sea [with] Dominium Maris; The Dominion of the Sea [etc.]. Wing S2431. Folio

      London: Printed for Andrew Kembe and Edward Thomas [etc.], 1663. Contemporary calf, quite rubbed, else a superior copy, quite crisp and clean; with the frontispiece and license leaf, and the title in red and black One of only two English translations of Selden's signal contribution to international law, written in reply to Grotius' 'Mare Liberum', "now seen as an early example of 'modern' natural law", with Selden becoming known as the 'English Grotius'

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        Traitez de l'equilibre des liqueurs, et de la pesanteur de la masse de l'air

      Guillaume Despree, Paris 1663 - Traitez de l'equilibre des liqueurs, et de la pesanteur de la masse de l'air. Paris: Guillaume Despree, 1663. 12mo. [28], 232, [8] pp. Old owner's ink signature on title page. Early 18th century calf, 6-panel spine, 5 panels with gilt arabesque. Board edges worn, leather starting to peel away from joints, joint still sound. Interior very good, all blanks present, narrow gutter margin, faint waterstain in few margins, two words added within text in sepia ink in old hand, one pencil notation in the margin next to woodcut. 4 engraved plates and 1 wood engraving on p.105. Ordinarily the engraved plates are found as 2 plates; in this case, probably in the binding, the plates were divided into 4 sections without loss of images, and placed presumably to correspond to the text. A fine copy. ---- Dibner Heralds of Science 143; Sparrow Milestones of Science 157; Tchemerzine V, p. 59; Waller 12161; Norman 1650. - FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST ACCOUNT OF PASCAL'S LAW, stating that pressure in a liquid is transmitted undiminished in all directions. Divided into two closely related parts, this posthumous work is devoted to the laws of hydrostatics and to the demonstration and description of the various effects of the weight of air. Continuing the investigations of Stevin, Galileo, Torricelli, and Mersenne, he provided in the Traites a lucid account of the fundamental concept of pressure. 'Using the recently invented Torricellian barometer, Pascal had his brother-in-law climb the Puy de Dome in 1648 and watch the barometer level fall with the ascent, thereby demonstrating that air had weight . The relationship of barometric change and change in the weather was first outlined here' (Dibner). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des Amours de Henry IV. Avec diverses Lettres escrites a ses Maistresses et autres Pieces curieuses.

      Leyde, Sambyx, (ca. 1663).. 144, 46 Seiten. 13,5 x 8 cm, Leder der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, Bourbonen-Wappen mit Krone, drei stilisierten Lilien und gekröntem "L" auf beiden Deckeln, Goldschnitt.. Enthält im hinteren Teil: Recueil de quelques belles actions et paroles memorables du Roy Henry le Grand. - Einband gering fleckig, Rückenkanten mit Knickspuren. Innen kaum gebräunt, minimal fleckig.

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        MEMORIE DI MOLTI SANTI MARTIRI, CONFESSORI, E BEATI MODONESI, e di tutti i corpi Santi, che riposano nelle Chiese di Modona, e in altre ancora del suo territorio con le sue figure in rame. Raccolte da e dedicate all'Altezza Sereniss. ma della Signora Duchessa di Modona.

      Cassiani,, Modena, 1663 - in-4 ant., pp. 196, (4), leg. mod. t. tela con tass. al d. Con stemma dei duchi di Modena sul front. Antip. in rame con figg. e Modena sullo sfondo, iniziali, testatine e finalini xilogr. Con 40 tavv. in rame raff. i vari Santi. inc. da B. Fenis. Prima ediz. Mancano le pp. da 97 a 112. Lozzi I p. 437 n. 2840. Belliss. esempl. [235]

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        Portes cocheres et d'eglises).

      - (No place, probably the Netherlands, no date). Complete series of 6 beautiful etched plates of doorways of houses, inner courtyards and churches, fences of wrought-iron work, gates, elevations. ca. 18 x 27,3 cm on leaves of ca. 19,5 x 31,5 cm.*Fuhring No. 4365 (only one plate). Bérard, 18, No. 2. Rare untitled edition, by an unknown etcher and publisher. Copied (with some differences) in the same direction from the entitled series 'Portes Cocheres et d'Eglises', which was etched and published by Daniel Marot. Cf. for this original series: Fuhring Nos. 4359 - 4364. Both series, original and copy, are listed by Fuhring as publications of the Netherlands. Magnificent designs of double doors and iron fences in Louis XIV style. Double doors with semi-circular fanlights, crowned with balustrades, balconies, vases, in front of some of them staircases or platforms; above the double door of the entrance to a mansion with mansard roof, is a cartouche: 'LHotel de Lusart'. Invented by the famous French architect, ornament designer and engraver Daniel Marot (Paris 1663 - Amsterdam 1752), who left France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. In Holland he became the architect of King-Stadtholder Willem III of Oranje, whom he followed to London. - Slightly browned. A fine set of this beautiful and rare series.[(4446)]

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        Antiquitatum Romanarum corpus absolutissimum. Cum notis [.] Thomae Dempsteri. Huic postremae editioni accuratissimae eccesserunt Pauli Manutii lib. II de legibus, et de senatu, cum And. Schotti electis [.].

      Leiden, Frans Hack & Söhne, 1663. - (6), 956, (32) SS. Mit gest., ill. Titel, Holzschnittdruckermarke am gedr. Titel, einem gest. Faltplan von Rom und 7 gest. Tafeln (dav. 2 gefaltet). Dunkelbrauner Lederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden. Gr.-4to. Seltene, noch frühe Ausgabe des erstmals 1583 in Basel (unter dem Titel "Romanarum antiquitatum libri decem") erschienenen Hauptwerks, seit 1620 unter dem vorliegenden Titel. Hier vermehrt "mit den Zusätzen und Ergänzungen des Schotten Thomas Dempster" (ADB 29, 238) und den Anhängen von Paulus Manutius und Andreas Schott. Der ev. Theologe und Altertumsforscher Johannes Rosinus (eigtl. Roßfeld, 1551-1626), Sohn eines Schülers Luthers und Melanchthons, der in Wittenberg seinen Namen latinisiert hatte, studierte in Jena und wurde 1575 Konrektor des protestantischen Gymnasiums in Regensburg. 1586 Pfarrer in Wickerstedt bei Apolda, wurde er 1592 Domprediger in Naumburg, wo er an der Pest starb. Durch seine "Antiquitates Romanarum" hat er sich "einen dauernden Namen in der Geschichte der Philologie gemacht" (ADB). - Behandelt römische Topographie, Sitten und Gebräuche, Verfassung, Recht u. Militärwesen. Mit schönem Vogelschauplan von Rom unter Septimius Severus (P. Philip. sculp.); weiters Gladiatorenkämpfe, Götter, Gefäße usw. - Einband berieben; Ecken bestoßen; Kanten und Vordergelenk mit kl. Anplatzstellen; unteres Kapital defekt. Papierbedingt teils schwach braunfleckig. Exemplar aus dem Besitz des finnischen Staatsbeamten Johan Wilhelm Steinheil (1665-1735; vgl. Tor Carpelan, Ättartavlor för da på Finlands Riddarhus [Helsingfors, 1942]) mit seinem eigenh. Besitzvermerk (dat. 1722) am vorderen Vorsatz. Lt. OCLC nur eine einzige Mikrofilmkopie (nach nicht genannter Vorlage) in den USA (Saint Louis University, MO). Cicognara 3861 (Anm.). De Backer/Sommervogel VII, 896, 56. Jöcher III, 2331. Vgl. OCLC 123538837 (nur Mikrofilm). Ebert 19402. Brunet IV, 1398 (jew. andere Ausgg.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Schriften. - (Zwischentitel:) Etliche Tractätlein ... 2 Teile in 1 Band. 2 Bl., 992, 176 S., 12 Bl. Mit gestoch. Porträt von J. Sandrart und Kupfertitel. Pergamentbd im Stil d. Z.

      (Hanau 1663).. . Erste deutsche Sammelausgabe der Schriften Schupps, posthum herausgegeben von dessen ältestem Sohn Anton Meno Schupp. Schupp, (1610-1661), berühmter Kanzelredner, war einer der hervorragendsten Gelehrten und Pädagogen der Zeit. Er promovierte unter Peter Lauremberg, lehrte in Marburg, vertrat den hessischen Hof bei den Westfälischen Friedensverhandlungen und wurde schließlich 1649 Hauptpastor an der Hamburger Jacobikirche. "S's oft scharf gesellschaftskritische Predigten erfreuten sich größten Zulaufs, erwarben ihm jedoch auch manchen Gegner. Seine Streitschriften sollten ihn in jahrelange Polemiken verwickeln" (Dünnhaupt). Von diesen Schriften enthält die vorliegende Ausgabe u. a.: Salomo, oder Regenten-Spiegel; Der geplagte Hiob; Freund in Noth; Sieben böse Geister; Corinna, die erbare und scheinheilige Hure; Abgenöthigte Ehrenrettung; Von der Kunst reich zu werden (für Sammler von Barockliteratur eine unabdingbare Lektüre!); Teutscher Lucianus; Der Bücher-Dieb ... (gegen die Nachdrucker). "Saftiger Witz, unbekümmertes Drauflosgehen und sprachfinderische Wortwahl rücken diesen großen Hessen des 17. Jahrhunderts in die Nähe seines Landsmanns Lichtenberg. In seiner Unabhängigkeit von Zeitmeinungen und Strömungen, seiner Respektlosigkeit und seinem offenen Auge für Welt und Wirklichkeit, vor allem in seiner zum Sonderlingstum neigenden Lebenshaltung und der manchmal bis zur Freude am Krakehlen ausartenden Streitbarkeit, ist er ganz und gar Hesse, zugleich selbstbewußt und lebensnah ... Aus wenigen Schriften des 17. Jahrhunderts blickt so sehr der Mensch, der sie geschaffen hat ... Damit hebt er sich aus dem verwandten Schrifttum seiner Zeit heraus, in dem er der Art nach wohl eher an Grimmelshausen wie etwa an Moscherosch zu gliedern wäre. Noch heute sind seine gesammelten Predigten und Streitschriften eine Quelle des Genusses für jeden Freund des lebendigen Wortes ..." (Wolfskehl). Mit einem schönen Porträt Schupps, das mit dem Kupfertitel auf einem Blatt gedruckt ist, aber fast allen Exemplaren, die wir nachweisen können, fehlt und auch von Dünnhaupt nicht erwähnt wird. Der schöne Kupfertitel (ein Drucktitel erschien erst mit dem 2. Druck) spiegelt in nuce das barocke Lebensgefühl, in dem beide Extreme nicht nur dicht beieinanderliegen, sondern sich auch in einem Bild vereinen. Nach Dünnhaupt liegen beide Teile in den ersten Druckvarianten E1 und ET1 vor. - Etwas gebräunt, oben eng beschnitten. - VD17 3:310815E (mit Porträt) und 3:310817V (Tractätlein). Dünnhaupt 2.1. Goed. III 235. Hayn/G. VII 237. Manheimer 385. Seebaß/Kistner 921 (mit Porträt).

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        Des Antiquités de la ville de Nismes.

      Nîmes, Jean Plasses 1663 - petit in-4, [6] ff. n. ch. (titre, dédicace aux Consuls de Nîmes, poésies liminaires), 156 pp., un f. n. ch. d'errata, maroquin tête-de-nègre à long grain, dos à nerfs finement cloisonné et fleuronné, encadrement de triple filet doré sur les plats, double filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées sur marbrure, large dentelle intérieure (Lortic). Ouvrage commandé par le diocèse de la Ville de Nismes au début de l'année 1663. Il s'agit de la réédition de l'ouvrage intitulé Des Anciens bastimens de Nismes, paru en 1656, mais à l'adresse de Grenoble, et déjà commandité par les autorités municipales. L'exemplaire est enrichi de 8 planches gravées par Pierre-François Tardieu ou François-Philippe Charpentier, dont deux à double page : La Ville de Nîmes surprise par les religionnaires en 1569 et Plan et Elevation du Pont du Gard ancien et nouveau. Mort dans sa ville de Nîmes en 1677, Jacques Deyron a laissé des monographies d'histoire locale, la plupart demeurées à l'état de manuscrit. Très bel exemplaire dans un élégant maroquin signé de Lortic. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Remarques sur la langue francoise utiles a ceux qui veulent bien parler et bien escrire.

      Paris, Thomas Iolli, 1663.. In-4, plein veau marbre de l'epoque, dos a nerfs ornes de caissons fleuronnes, tranches mouchetees, (restauration a la page de titre), (10), 454, (16) p. de table, titre-frontispice grave par Chauveau, grande vignette de titre. Seconde edition, reimpression textuelle de l'edition originale publiee en 1647. Le frontispice est identique, seule la date inscrite sur le piedestal a ete modifiee. L'oeuvre capitale de Vaugelas qui fixait l'usage du francais pour l'"honnete homme" dans la societe de cour. L'autorite sur les ecrivains et la societe lettree de celui que Boileau appelait "le plus sage de nos ecrivains" fut considerable, et tout le XVIIe siecle s'appliqua a "parler Vaugelas", selon l'expression de Moliere. ('En Francais dans le Texte', n° 93. Tchemerzine-Scheler, V, 948). Un mors legerement fendu en tete. Petite reparation dans la marge inf. du titre. Quelques rousseurs. Exemplaire provenant de la bibliotheque de Barthelemy-Gabriel Rolland de Chambaudoin d'Erceville (1730-1794), avec son ex-libris grave armorie a la date de 1761. Il devint president au Parlement de Paris aux requetes par provisions (1760) et membre de la commission des finances. Il mourut guillotine avec plusieurs de ses collegues du Parlement de Paris. Son ami Voltaire disait de lui qu'il etait "L'homme le plus riche et le plus mechant du royaume". Bon exemplaire, bien relie a l'epoque..

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        Praxis exigendi pensiones, adversus calumniantes et differentes illas solvere; cui accesserunt Vota plurima decisiva, et consultiva canonica.

      Lyon Ph Borde (e a)-64 1663 - Ultima ed., aucta et emendata. 3 Tle. in 2 Bänden. Folio 3 Bll., 101 S., 5 Bll.; 4 Bll., 374 S., 31 Bll., (d. l. w.); 6 Bll., 356 S., 26 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt.; Deckel aufgewölbt, Rücken Band 1 beschädigt. Innen teils gebräunt. Titel- und Schlussbll. mit kl. alten Stempeln, Titel v. Bd. 2 mit kl. Randausschnitt unten. Fehlt evtl. ein Vortitel zu Bd. 1. Augustini Barbosae, I. V. D. Lusitani, Protonotarii Apoostolici, Olim S. Congregationis Indicis Consultoris, & insignis Ecclesiae Vimaranensis Thesauranij maioris, nun vero Episcopi Ugentini, et a Consiliis D. Philippi IV. Hispaniarum Regis Catholici. . Lugduni, Sumptib. Philippi Borde, Laurentii Arnaud, Petri Borde, & Guilielmi Barbier. Mit 2 großen Druckermarken. Lipenius I., 378 & 435; Schulte III/1, 747, 7 & 8. - Spätere Ausgabe der beiden vereint erstmals 1635 in Barcelona erschienenen Werke. ". die erschöpfendste Zusammenstellung der Citate aus der älteren und neueren Literatur, so daß man mit Recht sagen kann, daß sie eine Bibliothek ersetzen." (Schulte) 1.100 gr. Prgt. d. Zt.; Deckel aufgewölbt, Rücken Band 1 beschädigt.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. A. Peyrounin n. N. Sanson b. Mariette, "Isle et Royavme de Sicile .. 1663".

      . dat. 1663, 38,5 x 56. Pastoureau, Sanson V E. - Oben links der Titel. Die Karte zeigt die Insel Sizilien.

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        Results of Astronomical Observations Made During the Years 1834, 5, 6, 7, 8, at the Cape of Good Hope; Being the Completion of a Telescopic Survey of the Whole Surface of the Visible Heavens Commence idewittn 1825. London, Smith, Elder and Co., 1847

      INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR, A FOLIO FIRST EDITION of "the first great star-atlas of the southern hemisphere' (Norman Catalogue 1056). "With this monumental survey of the stars of the southern hemisphere, Herschel completed the task begun by his father William, who fifty years earlier had catalogued the northern celestial hemisphere. Using a twenty foot reflecting telescope, which he erected just south of Cape Town, Herschel swept the whole of the southern sky, cataloging nebulae, cluster and binary stars, carrying out the counts of over 68,000 stars. . . he made detailed drawings and maps" (Honeyman 1663). "Herschel stands almost alone in his attempt to grapple with the dynamical problems presented by star-clusters, and his analysis of the Magellanic Clouds was decisive as to the status of nebulæ" (Oxford DNB). The story of the publication of this work is important, particularly given that this copy is inscribed in the author's hand, noted as such in print, and that no other such copies have been recorded. See scans attached. In print it reads "Presented by Algernon Duke of Northumberland to" and then in Herschel's hand "Professor Robinson, New York, With the Author's Compliments." Additionally, the dedication page notes in text that "This work is gratefully inscribed by the author." "By the end of 1842 [Herschel] had performed without assistance the computations necessary for the publication [in this work] of his Cape observations. In September 1843 the letterpress was 'fairly begun,' and after some delays the work appeared in 1847, at the cost of the Duke of Northumberland, in a large quarto volume, entitled 'Results of Astronomical Observations made during the years 1834-8 at the Cape of Good Hope.' Besides the catalogues of nebulæ and double stars, it included profound discussions of various astronomical topics, and was enriched with over sixty exquisite engravings. He insisted in it upon the connection of sun-spots with the sun's rotation, and started the 'cyclonic theory' of their origin. [Herschel] investigated graphically the distribution of nebulæ, but fluctuated in his views as to their nature. Regarding them in 1825 as probably composed of 'a self-luminous or phosphorescent substance, gradually subsiding into stars and sidereal systems' (Memoirs Royal Astronomical Society, ii. 487), he ascribed to them later a stellar constitution, and finally inclined to suppose them formed of 'discrete luminous bodies floating in a non-luminous medium" (ibid). CONDITION & DETAILS: Folio (13 x 10.25 inches; 325 x 256mm). [12], xx, [452 pp], 17 plates, [6 ii, errata and additions, often lacking]. Ex-libris bearing only a tiny 'withdrawn' stamp on the front pastedown and no other library markings whatsoever. Illustration: 17 plates. The first 13 plates, including the four folding plates, are engraved, the remaining four are lithographed. An inch wide repair to the rear of 3 plates (apparently just to reinforce things at the inner hinge; there are no tears). Binding and Interior: Bound in original maroon blind-stamped publisher's cloth. Rebacked at the spine; gilt-lettered title. Small conservator's repair to the cloth on the rear board. The interior hinges were at some point professionally reinforced. Minor scuffing and edgewear at the tips. Tightly and very solidly bound. Small tear at the upper inner margin of the frontispiece. Scattered light toning and foxing throughout. Handsome wide margins. Very good condition.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. J. Somer Pruthenus n. N. Sanson d' Abbeville b. Mariette, "Estats de la Couronne de Pologne ou sont les Royaume de Pologne. .. Duches de Lithuanie, Volhynie, Podolie &c., de L' Ukranie & c. .. 1663".

      . dat. 1663, 42,7 x 57. Pastoureau, Sanson V E. - Oben links die Titelkartusche. - Die Karte zeigt Polen in seiner größten Ausdehnung zwischen der Ostsee und dem Schwarzen Meer.

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        Horologiographia plana: in qua omne genus sciotericorum horologiorum, quae plano cuilibet inscribi possunt, certis evidentibusq[ue]; . . . Middelburg, Zacharias Roman, 1663. Small folio (28.5×17.5 cm). With 61 woodcuts in the text (1 repeated on the title-page, illustrating a sundial), many more than half-page, including both sundials and diagrams illustrating how they work. With extensive 19th-century manuscript notes on the back of the title-page. Lacking 2 leaves containing Roman's dedication. Modern paper-covered boards.

      Bierens de Haan 2675; STCN (5 copies); not in Poggendorff; for Lansberge: DSB VIII, pp. 27-28; NNBW II, cols. 775-782. Rare first (and only Latin) edition of Van Lansberge's detailed and well-illustrated treatise on sundials, posthumously published by Zacharias Roman in Middelburg, who had published most of his works. Roman says he found this text in manuscript among the papers of Van Lansberge's estate. Planning the publication of the complete works, he decided to publish this text as well. The present treatise was designed to be bound with the Opera omnia, published in the same year. From the library of Christopher St. John Hume Daniel, author of several recent books on sundials. Lacking folios A2-3, containing Roman's dedication to Nicolaas Blanckaert and brief note to the reader, and with a few of the figures shaved by the binder, but otherwise in very good condition.

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        Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Published according to the true Original Copies: Leaves from ?The Life of King Henry the Sixth?

      [London: Printed by Roger Daniel for Phillip Chetwinde, 1663-1664]. From the Third Folio (unknown state). printed in black in two columns on cream paper; disbound. Slight dampstain in lower right margins, slight browning of edges, p. 425 with half inch brown spot in second column, else fine. Folio (335 x 214 mm). Pages 425/416 [leafNn]; p. 441/442 [leaf Oo3]; p. 449/450 [leaf Pp]; p. 453/454 [leaf Pp3]; p. 459/460; p. 477/478 [leaf Rr3]; p. 485/486 [leaf Ss]; p. 501/502 [leaf Tt3]-- altogether eight leaves These leaves are from part I, II III and IV of this play. The first page, 425 is actually headed ?The Life of King Henry the Fifth? and begins ?porn, I tell you Captain, if you look in the Maps of the Orld, I warrant you shall find in the comparisons between Macedon and Monmouth ...? and ends with ?King. Who serv?st thou under?? P. 426 (verso of 425) is headed ?The first Part of Life of King Henry the Sixth.? There are four leaves (8 pages) from the First Part, two leaves (four pages) from the Second Part and two leaves (four pages) from the Third Part. The last page ends with ?Enter on the Walls, the Mayor of York, and his Brethren? and ?Edw. Why, and I challenge nothing but my Dukedome, As being well contente with that alone.? .

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        Corpus Juris Civilis: Pandectis ad florentinum archetypum expressis,Institutionibus, Codice et Novellis, addito textu græco,ut & in Digestis & Codice, legibus & constitutionibus græcis,cum optimis quibusque editionibus collatis;cum notis integris, repetitæ quintum prælectionis,Dionysii Gothofredi, JC., præter Justiniani Edicta, Leonis & aliorum apostolorum, græcè & latinè,

      Amstelodami: Apud Joannem Blaeu, Ludovicum, & Danielem Elzevirios; Lugd. Batavorum [Leiden]: Apud Franciscum Hackium, 1663. First edition thus. Bindings rubbed & scuffed, shallow losses at spine extremities, joints cracked, corners bumped, externally Good or better. Internally; small chip at the lower corner of the engraved title page in volume one (illustration unaffected), text modestly age tanned and occasionally lightly foxed, easily Very Good.. Complete in two volumes. Folios (15" x 9.5"), [20] & 796 pages including extra engraved title page; [12], 388, [12], 300, 92 & [40] pages. Contemporary full calf, the spines in eight compartments separated by raised bands, lettered or decorated in gilt in all compartments. Text in Latin. Engraved armorial bookplate of East George Clayton who was First Baronet of Hall Place, Maidenhead at the front pastedown of both volumes. The uncommon first edition of the Corpus Juris Civilis edited by Simon van Leeuwen. It includes the important running commentary of Denis Godefoy which is printed in small type in the margins. Originally issued from 529 to 534 by order of Justinian I, Eastern Roman Emperor, and also known the Code of Justinian, the Corpus Iuris Civilis includes numerous provisions which secured the status of Christianity as the state religion of the Roman empire, uniting Church and state, and making anyone who was not connected to the Christian church a non-citizen.

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        Politicus sine exemplo, oder Kurtzer Begriff der Kriegs- und Staats-Handlungen. Seiner Hoheit Olivier Cromwels, Lord Protector in Engell-, Schott- und Ireland. Sambt beygefügter Beschreibung seiner Person, und Erzehlung der Ehren-Aembter zu welchen er, Zeit seiner Regierung, unterschiedliche Personen erhebt. Aus dem Englischen in das Teutsche übersetzt.

      Nürnberg, In Verlegung Johann Taubers. Gedruckt bey Christoph Gerharden, 1663 - Kl.8° (13.5 x 8 cm), Fronti., Titelblatt, 519 S., Priv.-Pgt. d. Zt. mit seitlichen Ãœberstehkanten und Rundum-Blauschnitt, handschriftl. Rückentitel, Rücken etw. gebräunt und Titel in roter Tinte versehen, Exlibris a. Innendeckel, tlw. etw. gebräunt oder stockfleckig, Schliessbändchen fehlen, Frontdeckel u. die ersten vier Bl. m. kleinem Wurmloch, allg. gutes Ex. Erstausgabe. Das Portrait-Frontispiz wurde von Joachim Sandrart gestochen. Erste deutsche Ausgabe von «The perfect poltician, or a full view of the life and actions» (London 1660). Eine der frühesten Biographien über den 1658 verstorbenen Staatsmann. 600 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Amboinse oorlogen, door Arnold de Vlaming van Oudshoorn. Als superintendent, over d' Oosterse gewesten oorlogaftig ten eind gebracht.

      Delft, Arnold Bon, 1663.12mo. Contemporary vellum (sl. soiled). With engraved title-page, woodcut printer's device on title and 6 folding engraved plates. (24),369, (12) pp.* First edition. - Levinus Bor 'entered Arnold de Vlamingh van Oudtshoorn's service as his assistant in 1650 and became his secretary later. Bor was a witness to the suppression of the rebellion in the Ambonese islands in 1651-1656. In his booklet, written in 1657, he sets out to give a report on the basis of the papers at his disposal of the Vlamingh's methods of warfare and of the latter's measures to safequard the VOC's interest for a long time ahead. The entire work is suffered with a tone of approval and admiration for the feats of the extremely harsh de Vlamingh. Bor shows no understanding whatever for the motives inspiring the Moluccan rebels' (Polman, The Central Moluccas, p.21). Arnold de Vlamingh van Oudshoorn was Governor of Ambon from 1647 to 1655. - Extremely rare.Ruinen A20; Landwehr, VOC, 233; Cat. KITLV p.32.

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        GA aus halber Vogelschau, "Eigentlicher Grundriß der Statt und Königlichen Residentz-Schloß Presburg, wie dieselben A° 1663 zu Fortificiren angegeben worden. Durch Herrn Joseph Priamj Freyherrn, und der Zeit Ihre Röm. Kajs. Maj. Commandanten daselbsten",.

      . Kupferstich v. LS ( = Lucas Schnitzer ) b. Paulus Fürst in Nürnberg, dat. 1663, erschienen, um 1665, 26,8 x 36,7. Nicht bei Fauser; Nebehay-Wagner, Nr. 464 ( Siehe Bd II, Blatt 30.): Szalai / Szantai, Magyar Varak, .., Bd. II Pozsony 1663/3. - Der im Titel erwähnte Priami ( aus Rovereto ) war einer der führenden Militärarchitekten seiner Zeit und hat wesentlich an den neuen Festungsanlagen von Preßburg mitgearbeitet.

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        Bayern. "S. Rom. Imperii Circuli et Electoratus Bavariae Tabula Chorographica"

      1663. Karte mit 2 großen Kartuschen: bayer. Löwen halten bayer. Wappen über Münchner Stadtansicht - Kurfürst Maximilian Emmanuel unter allegorischen Emblemen und Putti, koloriert, Kupferstich, 114 x 89. Zustand: 56 Teil zusammengestzt und auf Leinen aufgezogen

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        TOMAS DE KEMPIS THOMAE A KEMPIS CANONICI REGULARIS ORDINIS S. AUGUSTINI, DE IMITATIONE CHRISTI

      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1663. 6h+386Pag+5h. Magnifico ejemplar de T. Kempis que contiene 18 grabados a la madera del siglo XVII. Muy buen estado. Ref 6.3 Biblioteca A.

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        Traite de la Chymie. Enseignant par une brieve et facile methode toutes ses plus necessaires preparations.One of the most important chemical textbooks of the 17th century. Paris: Chez l'autheur, 1663.

      Rare first edition of this very important chemistry text, which went through some thirteen editions between 1663 and 1710. It is one of the earliest attempts to strip chemistry from its alchemical mysticism and to describe chemical preparations in an unambiguous manner. "The work is divided into two books: book I briefly describes the utility, definitions, principles, operations, and apparatus of chemistry: book II is devoted to a description of medicinal preparations drawn from the mineral, vegetable, and animal kingdoms. The section devoted to mineral remedies is by far the largest. Little is novel in these preparations, although Glaser displays individual refinements of technique. His recipe for a sel antifebrile (potassium sulfate made by heating saltpeter and sulfur and recrystallizing from water) became uniquely identified with him and was later known as sel polychrestum Glaseri. The naturally occurring mixed sulfate of sodium and potassium (3K2SO4:Na2SO4) was named glaserite in his honor." (DSB).. 8vo (162 x 98 mm), bound in 19th century fine half calf over marbled boards, richly gilt spine with red title label, joints starting but still strong and intact, edges died in red, corners in green vellum. Fully complete: pp [2:engraved title], [viii], 1-378, [3:privilege] and 2 folding engraved plates. A very fine and clean copy. Rare

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        ASCULUM PICENUM

      AMSTELODAMI, TYPIS IOANNIS BLAEU, 1663 - Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, con testo latino al verso, dalla bellissima, vivace e fresca coloritura coeva in più colori, ad acquerello e a tempera. All'angolo superiore sinistro tirolo entro cartiglio,in basso a sinistra scala metrica . L'opera, di grande fascino e apprezzabile anche per l'artistica coloritura, è tratta dal primo volume di una fra le più importanti pubblicazioni seicentesche a carattere topografico: il Theatrum [.] Italiae, impresso dalla stamperia olandese dei Blaeu. Tavola raffigurante la città di Ascoli . Esemplare a pieni margini, in buono stato conservativo, piegatura verticale al centro presente in tutti gli esemplari. 0

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        Ongeluckige Voyagie van het Schip Batavia ... na Oost-indien, en gebleven is op de Abrolhos van Frederick Houtmann

      Amsterdam: Gillis Joosten Saeghman, n.d. but circa, 1663. Small quarto, pp. 44, with a wood-engraved title-page vignette, one full-page wood-engraving, and six copper engraved illustrations in the text; some toning and a few marks but a very good copy with good margins and sharp impressions of the engravings; bound in simple marbled paper wrappers. Last of the early editions of the Batavia's "unlucky voyage" Very rare and exceptionally important: an early edition of the extraordinary and dramatic story of the "unlucky voyage" of the VOC ship Batavia, the most desirable of all books relating to Western Australia, a celebrated rarity of Australian book collecting, and the most important of all Dutch Australiana. Pelsaert's boat voyage along the West Australian coast to seek help at Batavia was the first extensive discovery of the Australian continent, exceeded only by the later voyages of Abel Tasman. First published in 1647, there were essentially six editions, with three variants, published in the seventeenth century (Tiele, 235-243; Landwehr, VOC, 406-411). This is the last of the early editions; all the early editions are of great rarity on the market. This version has sometimes been misidentified, appearing in some library catalogues wrongly dated 1648. The fine engraved illustrations in the book are famous; they include the celebrated scene of the Batavia foundering on the Houtman Abrolhos in the Indian Ocean west of modern Geraldton, graphic reproductions of the mutiny and slaughter on the islands, and the hanging of the mutineers on Seal Island. These are the earliest printed representations of any Australian scenes. The early Dutch editions of Pelsaert's voyage are of the greatest importance as the first published accounts of any voyage of Australian discovery. The story of the wreck itself, in Drake-Brockman's words, "provides the greatest dramatic tragedy in Australian history beside which the mutiny on the Bounty is an anaemic tale". The previous edition had included the innovation of having the dramatic scene showing the foundering of the Batavia on the title-page, where this edition includes what is believed to be the vessel under full sail with, to its stern, the smaller rescue vessel Sardam, which was dispatched by the VOC under the command of Pelsaert to rescue the survivors. This image had previously been used by the publisher Hartgers for his edition of 1648.

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        HUDIBRAS, THE FIRST PART. Written in the Time of the late Wars. In Three Canto's.

      London, no printer or publisher, 1663.THIRD PIRATED EDITION 1663. This edition has an inverted pyramid of ornaments on title page, with 14 in the top row. See ESTC, R4516. EX LIBRARY COPY WITH 4 SMALL PALE STAMPS, small 8vo, approximately 140 x 85 mm, 5½ x 3½ inches, pages: [2], 125, [1], collation: A1 - H8, Imprimatur verso title page dated 1662 and Birkenhead spelt correctly, full later calf, extra gilt spine, gilt rule to edges of boards, marbled endpapers, edges red. Lacking label to spine, spine and boards rubbed and marked, the pale stamps are on the verso of title page, top corner of following page, page 95 and final printed page, a little mispagination but all catchwords correct, pages trimmed affecting the running title (Canto) and an occasional catch word, otherwise overall a good clean copy. See Catalogue of Original and Early Editions of some of the Poetical and Prose Works of English Writers, Grolier Club, Volume 1, No.129, page 119 - 120. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Korte beschryvinghe van de ongeluckige weer-om-reys van het schip Aernhem, nevens noch zes andere schepen, onder't gebiedt van Arnout de Vlaming van Oudtshoorn, van Batavia na het vaderlandt afgevaren, op den 23. december 1661 van welcke gemelte schepen noch drie vermist worden.

      Amsterdam, Jacob Venckel, 1663.4to. Wrappers. With woodcut vignette on title-page. 16 pp.* Several editions were published in 1663. - The author was shipwrecked in the Indian Ocean on his way from Batavia to Holland. He managed to escape with some others in a boat and reached Mauritius and lived seven months on the island. - A popular shipwreck story. - Blank right corners skilfully restored. - Rare.Landwehr, VOC, 418;Tiele 1055; Knuttel 8758; Lach, Asia in the making of Europe, III, p.534; Not in Cat. NHSM & Huntress.

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE]
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        Praxis exigendi pensiones, adversus calumniantes, et differentes illas solvere. Cui accesserunt: vota plurima decisiva et consultiva canonica.

      Lyon, Sumptibus Philippi Borde, Laur.Arnaud, P. Borde & G. Barbier. 1663.. Ultima editio, aucta et emendata. Folio. (Liber I.et II.:) Ttlbl.mit Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (4), 374, (80) S.; (Liber III.:) Ttlbl. m. Druckersignet, (10), 356, (40) S. Schöner zeitgenössischer Lederband auf sechs Bünde geheftet mit Rückenvergoldung. Exlibris: Ex Bibliotheca Samuelis STRYKII, JC. A. M DC XCVI.; Exlibris: Ex Bibliotheca Samuelis STRYKII, JC. A. M DC XCVI.. Barbosa hatte hohes Ansehen in ganz Europa. Seine Werke bestechen durch die Aufarbeitung der gesamten Rechtsliteratur, sowohl der älteren wie der modernen, zeitgenössischen. Zudem zielt Barbosa mit seinem Werk nicht nur auf die Rechtsgelehrsamkeit ab, sondern bietet auch eine "eingehende Darstellung des Materials für die Praxis". (Schulte) Kaum eine Kontroverse ist übergangen, kein Gesetz oder Richterspruch übersehen, so erwarb er sich auch im protestantischen Rechtsraum ein hohes Ansehen, etwa als Bestandteil der Strykschen Bibliothek.

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