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        Moraviae nova et Post omnes priores accuratissima delineatio

      Amsterdam 1664. Karte zeigt gesamt Mähren, mit 4 Ansichten von Polen, Polna, Olmuts, Brin und Znaim., Sehr selten, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 44 x 54,5. Zustand: Auf altem dünnen Papier montiert und teilweise restauriert

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        The Life of Dom John de Castro, The Fourth Vice-Roy of India.

      London, Herringman, 1664.. Folio (202 x 290 mm). (20), 272, (20) pp. With engr. portrait frontispiece. Half calf. Spine on five raised bands. Gilt title to spine.. First English edition of what is considered one of the classics of Portuguese literature (cf. Brunet). Includes an account of the battles at Ormuz between the Turks and the Arabs. Dom Joao de Castro (1500-48) was a naval officer and later Viceroy of Portuguese India. In 1538 he embarked on his first voyage to India, arriving at Goa and immediately proceeding to the defense of Diu. Castro was responsible for the overthrow of Mahmud, King of Gujarat whose interests threatened Portuguese control of the Goan coast. His voyages frequently took him to the coasts of Arabia, and his present biography contains many details about the Peninsula, especially about Aden and the sea route to Mecca. Castro died in Goa in 1548 and was initially buried there, but his remains were later exhumed and transferred to Portugal. With the bookplate of Emilio Monteiro on front pastedown. - Extremities rubbed and bumped, otherwise in excellent condition. Provenance: 19th century engr. bookplate of D. K[imand] ("Sine Phoebo Lux") on pastedown; 20th c. bookplates of Emilio Monteiro on flyleaf. - Graesse I, 118. Cf. Brunet I, 263; Atabey 462 (1651 Portuguese ed.).

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        Terra Sancta Promissionis olim Palestina.

      Paris: 1664 - Very scarce original color engraved map of the Holy Land based on Biblical sources, with an unusual western orientation. By the French editor and enlumineur to the Queen, Nicholas Berey. The map is divided into the areas of the twelve tribes. Showing the Dead Sea, Jerusalem (highlighted in red, but not given much prominence), the Sea of Galilee, and routes marked, including Aegyptum ducens, the route from Egypt. With outline color on the map, and full color on the central inset. With three insets at the bottom, the left one depicting the path of the Israelites out of Egypt (including the crossing of the Red Sea), the central one a plan of the camp of the Israelites with Moses and Aaron, and the right hand, the setting of the Holy Land in the eastern Mediterranean (showing Cyprus). Image size: 21 3/4 x 15 7/8". Paper size: 23 x 17". With a small ink smudge at upper right margin, outside the border, otherwise very good.

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        An Exact Narrative of the Tryal and Condemnation of John Twyn, for Printing and Dispersing a Treasonable Book. With the Tryals of Thomas Brewster, Bookseller. Simon Dover, Printer. Nathan Brooks, Bookbinder. For Printing, Publishing, and Uttering of Seditious, Scandalous, and Malitious Pamphlets. At Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly London, the 20th. and 22th. of February 1663/4. Published by authority

      London: Printed by Thomas Mabb for Henry Brome at the Gun in Ivy-lane, 1664. First edition, small 4to, [8], 78, [2]pp., with final blank (slightly excised along lower margin), light tonal browning, modern quarter calf. "Twyn was brought to trial under the prosecution of Roger L'Estrange, government surveyor of the press, on a charge of high treason. Twyn had published a book, 'A Treatise of the Execution of Justice', in which he had asserted the right of the people to revolt under an oppressive government. He was convicted, hanged, drawn, and quartered. Brewster, the bookseller, Dover, the printer, and Brooks, the binder were found guilty of sedition, and were fined and pilloried. Siebert states that Twyn and Anderton "were the only printers to be executed for high treason in England during the later Stuart period." An introduction to the publication to prevent secret and incorrect reporting of the trial; "to manifest the insufferable liberties of the press, and bring it into better order"; and to warn others of the hazard of printing treasonous works."—McCoy. "Very curious - full of technical information as to the Printing-house of the troublous times following upon the Commonwealth."—Bigmore & Twyman. Wing E3668; Bigmore & Wyman, III, p.27; McCoy T220.

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        Ceremonien vanden heylighen dienst der Misse bethoont uyt de h. Schriftvre ende hh. out-vaders vande eerste 400. ende volghende jaeren. Antw. 1661. Ceremonien vande Heylighe Roomsche Kercke raeckende de processien ende pelgrimagien de vvy-water en begraevenisse Antw. 1669 Ceremonien die de Roomsche Kercke ghebruyckt omtrent de Reliquien der Heyligen. Antw 1664 Goddelijke Instellinghe van Oor-Biechte verthoont door de eerw. Pater Cornelius Hazart Antw 1663. Leeringhe vanden H. JacobusApostel, raekende de Heylighe Olye der Sieken ofte H. Olyssel Antw 1661 Beelden-dienst ende Vasten met hare Ceremonien soo sy ghebrvyct worden vande H Roomsche Kerck, beverstigd met de H. Schrifture ende Oud-vaders vande eerste 400 jaeren. Antw 1664

      Weduwe Cnobbaert & Michiel Cnobbaert - Zevende titel: Kleyn Bescheet van Paulus Colonius , Proffesseur van 's Hertoghen-bosch Antw. by Mychiel Knobbaert, by het Professen-huys in S. Peeter 7 werken in één band; mooi exemplaar. 1 vol. , contemp. vellum , 123 pp., 102 pp, 54pp, 110pp, 39pp, 285pp, 7pp [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Commentary on Ptolemy's Almagest.

      Ottoman provinces, 18th century.. Folio (220 x 317 mm). Arabic manuscript on polished oriental paper. 33 leaves, complete, with numerous diagrams throughout. 37 lines to page written in a naskhi script in black ink. Some words underlined in red, some marginal notes. Contemporary gilt and stamped red morocco (some professional restorations).. A manuscript commentary on the Almagest, the classical 2nd-century mathematical and astronomical treatise on the apparent motions of the stars and planetary paths, probably prepared by Mirza Qazi bin Kashif al-Din al-Yazdi (d. 1664/5 CE), Sheikh al-Islam and son of a physician to Shah 'Abbas I. Ptolemy's comprehensive treatise of mathematical astronomy became an authoritative work for many centuries, superseding most older texts of Greek astronomy. Some were more specialized and thus of less interest; others simply became outdated by the newer models. As a result, the older texts ceased to be copied and were gradually lost. Much of what we know about the work of astronomers like Hipparchus comes from references in the Almagest. The first translations into Arabic were made in the 9th century, with two separate efforts, one sponsored by the caliph Al-Ma'mun. Sahl ibn Bishr is thought to be the first Arabic translator. By this time, the Almagest was lost in Western Europe, or only dimly remembered. - The manuscript is illustrated with numerous diagrams: pictures on the leaves 21, 22, 23, 24 describes theories in regard to the lunar epicycle, on leaves 34 and 36 about the eccentricity of the planets, and many others. In very good condition, some pages showing slight losses in the blank margins.

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        New vollkommen Kräuter-Buch, Darinnen über 3000 Kraüter mit schönen und kunstlichen Figuren...

      4th edit. Basel: Jacob Werenfels 1664. With engr. title and more than 2.400 woodcuts. Fol. (12) + 1529 + (128, index) + (2) pp. Contp. blind-tooled leather, 2 clasps, 4 embossed brass cornerpieces on boards. With the bookplate of the Library of Herlufsholm in Denmark.. Inscribed by Lorentz Tuxen who presented the book to Simon Paulli (famous Danish botanist), who again gave it to his wife. The inscriptions read: " Ao. 1664. den 7. December habe ich meinem hochgeEhrten Herrn vndt freundt Doctori Simoni Pauli, Ihr: Ko: Ma: Zu Denemark-Norwegen etc. wolbestalten vndt hochbetraueten Leib Medicus etc. Zur gedechtnuss vndt dauerndt Erinnerung, wegen vnvergessenner [?] Wolthatt verEhret, Copenhagen Vt Supra. Lorentz Tuxen." - "Diesen Tabernaemontanum, habe ich auss meiner Bibliotheken, meiner Eheliebsten, der viel Ehr und Tugendreichen frawen, Annae Batschärinnen, zu meinem stäts wührenden Gedächtnusse, auss ehelicher Liebe verehret; Ihr darnebenst Langes Leben, beständige Gesundtheit, und erwünschetes Wolergehen; von Gott auss der höhe, von welchem alle guthe und vollenkommene Gaben, herkommen, auss grund meines hertzens anwünschend, so geschehen Ao. 1673. auff Neuem Jhars abend in Copenhagen. Simon Paullj D. meines alters im 70. Jhare." Lorentz Tuxen (1618-82), was a colourful political figure, he ran the estates of Queen Sophie Amalie, during the Swedish wars he tried to conquer Kronborg and kidnap the Swedish King, but was caught and fled to Copenhagen. Later he became inspector at Gisselfeld Estate and bought a house in Copenhagen, from where he conducted his business. Tabernaemontanus (1520/30-1590) was the last of the botanists of the 16th century, who attempted to produce an extensive book on herbs for the purposes of identification of the plants and their medical properties. His work is of major importance because of its systematic approach; there is a beginning of classifying the individual plants in families, so that Tabernaemontanus can be seen as an important precursor to Linné and as one of the fathers of the new botany. Nissen BBI 1931

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        Terra Sancta Promissionis olim Palestina

      Paris:. 1664.. Very scarce original color engraved map of the Holy Land based on Biblical sources, with an unusual western orientation. By the French editor and enlumineur to the Queen, Nicholas Berey. The map is divided into the areas of the twelve tribes. Showing the Dead Sea, Jerusalem (highlighted in red, but not given much prominence), the Sea of Galilee, and routes marked, including Aegyptum ducens, the route from Egypt. With outline color on the map, and full color on the central inset. With three insets at the bottom, the left one depicting the path of the Israelites out of Egypt (including the crossing of the Red Sea), the central one a plan of the camp of the Israelites with Moses and Aaron, and the right hand, the setting of the Holy Land in the eastern Mediterranean (showing Cyprus). Image size: 21 3/4 x 15 7/8". Paper size: 23 x 17". With a small ink smudge at upper right margin, outside the border, otherwise very good.

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        Geometria, à Renato Des Cartes Anno 1637 Gallicè edita; nunc autem cum notis Florimondi De Beaune, in curia Bloesensi consilliari regii, in linguam Latinam versa, & commentariis illustrata, operâ atque studio Francisci à Schooten...Leyden: Jean Maire, 1649.

      First edition in Latin and first separate edition of Descartes's <i>magnum opus</i> (DSB), one of the key texts in the history of mathematics. It was originally published in French as the third part of the <i>Discours de la Méthode</i>; the French text was not issued separately until 1664. 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, <i>Nature and nature's laws</i> (1970), p. 91). It was through this Latin translation that Newton and the other contemporary mathematicians acquired an understanding of Descartes's work. <br/><br/> Descartes' interest in geometry was stimulated when, in 1631, Jacob Golius (1596-1667), a professor of mathematics and oriental languages at Leyden, sent Descartes a geometrical problem, that of 'Pappus on three or four lines'. It had originally been posed and solved shortly before the time of Euclid in a work called <i>Five books concerning solid loci</i> by Aristaeus, and was then studied by Apollonius and later by Pappus. But the solution was lost in the 17th century, and the problem became an important test case for Descartes. Claude Hardy, a contemporary at the time of its solution, later reported to Leibniz the difficulties that Descartes had met in solving it (it took him six weeks), which 'disabused him of the small opinion he had held of the analysis of the ancients'. The Pappus problem is a thread running through the entire work. <br/><br/> Book One is entitled 'Problems the construction of which requires only straight lines and circles,' and it is in this opening book that Descartes details his geometrical analysis, that is, how geometrical problems are to be formulated algebraically. It begins with the geometrical interpretation of algebraic operations, which Descartes had already explored in the early period of his mathematical research. However, what we are presented in 1637 is a "gigantic innovation" both over Descartes' previous work and the work of his contemporaries (Guicciardini, p. 38). On the one hand, Descartes offers a geometrical interpretation of root extraction and thus treats five arithmetical operations. Crucially, he also uses a new exponential notation (e.g. <i>x<sup>3</sup></i>), which replaces the traditional cossic notation of early modern algebra, and allows Descartes to tighten the connection between algebra and geometry. <br/><br/> Descartes proceeds to describe how one is to give an algebraic interpretation of a geometrical problem: <br/><br/> 'If, then, we wish to solve any problem, we first suppose the solution already effected, and give names to all the lines that seem needful for its construction, to those that are unknown as well as to those that are known. Then, making no distinction between unknown and unknown lines, we must unravel the difficulty in any way that shows most naturally the relations between these lines, until we find it possible to express a single quantity in two ways. This will constitute an equation, since the terms of one of these two expressions are together equal to the terms of the other.' <br/><br/> Descartes applies his geometrical analysis to solve the four-line case of the Pappus problem, and shows how the analysis can be generalized to apply to the general, <i>n</i>-line version of the problem, which had not been solved by the ancients. <br/><br/> Book Two, entitled 'On the Nature of Curved Lines,' commences with Descartes' famous distinction between 'geometric' and 'mechanical' curves. For Pappus, 'plane' curves were those constructible by ruler and compass, 'solid' curves were the conic sections, and 'linear' curves were the rest, such as the conchoids, the spiral, the quadratrix and the cissoid. The linear curves were also called 'mechanical' by the ancient Greeks because instruments were needed to construct them. Following Descartes, the supremacy of algebraic criteria became established: curves were defined by equations with integer degrees. Algebra thus brought to geometry the most natural hierarchies and principles of classification. This was extended by Newton to fractional and irrational exponents, and by Leibniz to 'variable' exponents (<i>gradus indefinitus</i>, or transcendental in modern terminology). <br/><br/> Book Three, entitled 'The construction of solid, and higher than solid problems,' is devoted to the theory of equations and the geometrical construction of their roots. "The abundance and variety of results in this section is remarkable. A number of the interesting results presented are not altogether new, some being due to Girolamo Cardano, Thomas Harriot and Albert Girard. The exposition is, however, clear and systematic, and expressed for the first time in history in modern notation... These results were taken up and extended by Newton in <i>Arithmetica universalis</i> (1707), in lectures between 1673 and 1683... Descartes is also interested in the number of real roots, and asserts without justification that the <i>maximum</i> number of positive or negative roots of an equation is that of the alternances or permanences of the signs '+' and '-' between consecutive coefficients. This is the celebrated 'rule of signs', which earned unfounded criticism for Descartes. Newton took up and extended the matter in the <i>De limitibus aequationum</i>, which concludes the <i>Arithmetica universalis</i>. The result was proved in the 18th century" (<i>Landmark Writings</i>, pp. 13-14). Book Three concludes with a discussion of the geometrical construction of roots of equations by means of intersecting curves, particularly cubic and quartic equations which Descartes treats using a circle and a parabola. <br/><br/> The editor and translator of this edition, Frans van Schooten (1615-60), first saw the <i>Géométrie</i> at Leiden, as Descartes had come there to supervise the printing of the Discours. "After the death of his father in 1645, Schooten took over his academic duties. He also worked on a Latin translation of Descartes' <i>Géométrie</i>. Although Descartes was not completely satisfied with Schooten's version (1649), it found a broad and receptive audience by virtue of its more carefully executed figures and its full commentary. It was from Schooten's edition of the <i>Géométrie</i> that contemporary mathematicians lacking proficiency in French first learned Cartesian mathematics. In this mathematics they encountered a systematic presentation of the material, not the customary, more classificatory approach that essentially listed single propositions, for the most part in unconnected parallel. Further, in the Cartesian scheme the central position was occupied by algebra, which Descartes considered to be the only 'precise form of mathematics'." (DSB, under Schooten). Schooten included in the present edition the 'Notae breves' of Florimonde De Beaune (1601-52), a French jurist and amateur mathematician, which contains what became known as 'De Beaune's problem', the important problem of determining a curve from the properties of its tangent. De Beaune's notes evidently pleased Descartes, who wrote to him on 20 February 1639: "J'ai admiré que vous ayez pu reconnaître des choses que je n'y ai mises qu'obscurément comme en ce qui regarde la généralité de la méthode." <br/><br/> F. Cajori, <i>A History of Mathematics</i>, p. 174 ("Of epoch-making importance"); DSB IV, pp. 55-58; I. Grattan-Guinness (ed.), <i>Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics</i> 1640-1940 (2005), Ch. 1; Guibert 27; N. Guicciardini, <i>Isaac Newton on Mathematical Certainty and Method</i> (2009); PMM 129 (for the 1637 edition); Roller & Goodman I p. 314.. 4to (192 x 144 mm), pp [xii], 336 [2, errata], title printed in red and black and with woodcut printer's device, ornamental tailpiece at end, numerous diagrams in text (one or two leaves spotted, occasional contemporary annotation). Contemporary limp vellum (old repair to spine)

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        Spiegel der Artzney gemacht durch den hochgelerten Laurentium Phriesen, der Philosophey und Artzney Doctore gezoge usz den fürnemsten Büchern der alte diser Kunst.(Colophon: Strasbourg, printed by Balthasar Beck, 1529). Folio. Woodcut title with portraits of Galienus and Aesculapius and full-page woodcut. Contemporary elaborately blind-tooled calf.

      Choulant-Frank, p. 133; Durling 1664; Ritter 894; VD 16, F-2873; cf. Robert & Tomlinson, The Fabric of the Body, p. 45. Attractive copy of the rare first revised edition, edited and corrected by Otto Brunfels and printed by Balthasar Beck at Strasbourg, of Fries's Spiegel der Artzny, the earliest German work on internal medicine. It focuses on internal medicine, and is notable for containing an early description of a gastric ulcer, as well as an impressive illustration of the thorax and abdomen. Fries's book, though, was in essence a book on public hygiene providing guidelines and directions for health food and a healthy way of life and therefore very popular. Fries discusses a wide variety of subjects, ranging from pregnancy and childbirth to hair care, with chapters on beer, wine, milk, cheese, herbs, fish, spices, etc. Thorndike characterizes the book as "medieval in character with mysterious manipulations of mixtures suggesting sorcery". Binding skilfully repaired and re-backed. Very good copy.

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        Meschichenu theanthropou, ex Mose, prophetis, hagiographis, targum Uzielidae, Onkelos, Hierosolymitano ... Judaeis, Mahumedanis, Arrianis, Photinianis, hostibus Jesu Christi aspondois ac diabolikotatois, omnibusque Satanae Synagogis opposita.

      Rostock, Joannis Kilii, (d.i. Keil), 1664.. 1 Bl., 13 S. Kl. 8°, Rückenbroschur.. Einzige, sehr seltene Ausgabe. - VD 17 7707118A. - Nicht bei Steinschneider, Fürst und Roest. - Zusammenstellung in hebräischer Sprache von Schriftstellen (Paraschot) und Aussagen uber den gesalbten Gottmenschen in Texten der Juden, Mohammedaner, Arianer, von Feinden Christi und allen, die aus der "Synagoge Satans" hervorgegangen sind, veröffentlicht von der Universitat Rostock, der Stadt Stralsund gewidmet. - Der Autor Cornelius Pittelius (Pittel; 1630-1685) war gekrönter Poet und Konrektor des Athenaums von Gustrow (vgl. Jöcher-A. VI, 316). - Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. - Über den KVK nur drei Ex. nachweisbar. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt, leicht fleckig und mit leichteren Randläsuren, marmorierter Rückenstreifen. Latein-hebräischer Paralleltext.

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        New vollkommen Kräuter-Buch, Darinnen über 3000 Kraüter mit schönen und kunstlichen Figuren...

      . 4th edit. Basel: Jacob Werenfels 1664. With engr. title and more than 2.400 woodcuts. Fol. (12) + 1529 + (128, index) + (2) pp. Contp. blind-tooled leather, 2 clasps, 4 embossed brass cornerpieces on boards. With the bookplate of the Library of Herlufsholm in Denmark. * Inscribed by Lorentz Tuxen who presented the book to Simon Paulli (famous Danish botanist), who again gave it to his wife. The inscriptions read: " Ao. 1664. den 7. December habe ich meinem hochgeEhrten Herrn vndt freundt Doctori Simoni Pauli, Ihr: Ko: Ma: Zu Denemark-Norwegen etc. wolbestalten vndt hochbetraueten Leib Medicus etc. Zur gedechtnuss vndt dauerndt Erinnerung, wegen vnvergessenner [?] Wolthatt verEhret, Copenhagen Vt Supra. Lorentz Tuxen." - "Diesen Tabernaemontanum, habe ich auss meiner Bibliotheken, meiner Eheliebsten, der viel Ehr und Tugendreichen frawen, Annae Batschärinnen, zu meinem stäts wührenden Gedächtnusse, auss ehelicher Liebe verehret; Ihr darnebenst Langes Leben, beständige Gesundtheit, und erwünschetes Wolergehen; von Gott auss der höhe, von welchem alle guthe und vollenkommene Gaben, herkommen, auss grund meines hertzens anwünschend, so geschehen Ao. 1673. auff Neuem Jhars abend in Copenhagen. Simon Paullj D. meines alters im 70. Jhare." <br>Lorentz Tuxen (1618-82), was a colourful political figure, he ran the estates of Queen Sophie Amalie, during the Swedish wars he tried to conquer Kronborg and kidnap the Swedish King, but was caught and fled to Copenhagen. Later he became inspector at Gisselfeld Estate and bought a house in Copenhagen, from where he conducted his business. <br>Tabernaemontanus (1520/30-1590) was the last of the botanists of the 16th century, who attempted to produce an extensive book on herbs for the purposes of identification of the plants and their medical properties. His work is of major importance because of its systematic approach; there is a beginning of classifying the individual plants in families, so that Tabernaemontanus can be seen as an important precursor to Linne and as one of the fathers of the new botany. Nissen BBI 1931..

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        Traicté mathematique contenant les principales definitions, problemes et theoremes d'Euclide. l'Arithmetique decimale. . . . La fortification Hollandoise. Francoise. Italienne. Et Espagnolle.Paris, [Jean Jombert], 1680. With engraved title-page, engraved table, and 34 numbered engraved plates (11 double-page). With: (2) LUDERS, Theodoric. Traité d'arithmetique contenant les reigles necessaires aux marchands, banquiers, changeurs, &. financiers: . . . Paris, [Jean Jombert], 1680. 2 works in 1 volume. Large folio (50×34.5 cm). Contemporary mottled calf, richly gold-tooled spine (rebacked with original backstrip laid down).

      Goldsmith BMC STC French L2095 & L2096; Graesse IV, p. 290; not in Honeywell; Kress; Norman Library; Osler. Second edition of a beautiful wholly engraved book on practical mathematics, fortification, mensuration, weights and monetary values of the Netherlands, France, Italy and Spain. The first work, with hundreds of engraved geometric figures and diagrams; fortification plans, elevations, cross-sections and perspective views, and tables, covers geometry, arithmetic, trigonometry, mensuration and fortification. The second work expands the first's brief account of arithmetic and adds sections on weights, measures and monetary units for France, Italy, the Low Countries, England, Germany and Spain.The plates appear to have been originally produced and sold separately, as most plates have their own address, and one is dated 1664. Luders appears to have first published the Arithmetique in 1663 and the Mathematique in 1664. Another undated edition appeared ca. 1684.Small restored tear in the second title-page, slightly browned along the edges and some occasional minor spots. Binding restored and rebacked with original backstrip laid down. A good copy of a beautiful engraved book on mathematics and fortification.

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        Voyage de la France equinoxiale en l&#146;isle de Cayenne

      1664 - Including a dictionary of the Galibi language. 1664. Paris. Francois Clousier. In 4to (230 mm x 170 mm). 1 [blank] + 12 ff. + 432 + 1 [blank]. Excellent copy in contemporary calf, raised bands to spine, lettered and tooled in gilt, gently worn. Scattered foxing and light browning, else fine. First edition. In 1652 Father Biet sailed towards Cayenne to visit the French settlement under the command of Royville (and most immediately the Abbe de L&#146; Isle-Marivault, although he never reached his destination, leaving Biet as head of the Spiritual mission), the expedition consisted of 600 men. During his time abroad Biet made trips to Barbados, Martinique and Guadalupe. The work is divided into three parts: the first deals with the journey to Cayenne and the French settling of the colony; the second with the 15 months of the duration of the expedition, the richest in details on the experiences of the settlers; and the third with the natural history, fertility of the land, and ethnological aspects of the natives, their costumes, language and manners. On pp. 339 &#150; 432 there is a dictionary of the Galibi language. The work is rather hard to find, and much sought after as a fundamental source of information, virtually unparalleled by contemporaneous reports. Leclerc, 165. Sabin, 5269. Chadenat, 18. JCB, 664/15. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire genealogique des Pais-Bas. Ou histoire de Cambray et du Cambresis. 4 Teile in 3 Bänden.

      Leiden, "chez l'auteur", 1664.. 8 Bl., 534; 648 S.; 1 Bl., S. 649-1096, 99 S., 12 Bl. Mit gestochener Faltkarte. 4° (23,5 x 19 cm). Leder der Zeit mit Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung.. Erste Ausgabe. - Umfangreiche Geschichte der Region um Cambrai mit reichem genealogischen Material. - Wie meist fehlt die Karte "Nova Camaracesii descriptio" zum ersten Band und wohl eine Wappentafel, dafür am Ende des zweiten Bandes eine zusätzliche große Faltkarte "Carte particuliere des environs de Cambray, Bappaumes, St. Quentin, Perone" (Brüssel, ches Eugene Henry Friex, 1710, Blattgröße ca. 50 x 57 cm) beigebunden. - Das vorliegendene Exemplar in drei Bände gebunden, das Blatt "au lecteur" (irrig paginiert 545 statt 345) zur vorgeschlagenen Trennung des für zwei Bände vorgesehenen Werkes folgerichtig nicht mitgebunden. - Etwas gebräunt, stellenweise wasserfleckig, Titel mit kleinem Namensstempel, zwei Titel mit gelöschtem Besitzvermerk, die vorderen Innendeckel mit zwei Exlibris (Emile Carlier und Benno Gereon Engel). Die Einbände berieben und bestoßen, Kapitale etwas lädiert, Gelenke rissig. - Lacks the original map and plate but contains the folded map "Carte particuliere des environs de Cambray, Bappaumes, St. Quentin, Perone" (Bruxelles, ches Eugene Henry Friex, 1710, sheet size ca. 50 x 57 cm). *Brunert III, 912: "Ouvrage estime, mais que l'on trouve rarement complet". Graesse IV, 136.

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        Utriusquae Alsatiae superioris ac Inferioris nova Tabula

      Amsterdam ca. 1664. Karte zeigt das Elsaß von Straßbourg bis Basel, Aus dem 'Atlas Contractus' mit prachtvoller Wappendarstellung, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 38,5 x 54. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Neue Ungarische und Siebenbprgische Chronick / Oder Kurt verfaßte Historische Beschreibung deß Königreichs Ungarn / zugehörigen Ländern / vnd Provintzen ..

      Frankf., Schönwetter ( Druck Kempfer ), 1664.. gest. Frontispiz, 2 Bll., 296 SS und 6 ( 2 doppelblattgroße ) Kupferstiche mit Ansichten, 8°. ohne Einband.. Nicht bei Nebehay / Wagner; Szalai / Szantai, Magyar Varak, Bd II mit Nachweisen zu den einzelnen Ansichten.( u.a Leva 1664/9 - Pozsony 1664/3 usw.) - Sehr seltene, auf dem Antiquariatsmarkt nahezu unauffindbare Chronik. Auf den deutschen Auktionen konnte ich in den letzten Jahren nur ein Exemplar mit 4 Kupferstichen nachweisen. - Die 2 gefalteten Tafeln zeigen die Schlacht bei Sankt Gotthard ( Szentgothard ) mit Portraits von Montecuculi und Achmet Bassa und die Schlacht bei Leva ( Lewentz ) ( = Szantai /Szalai, Abbildung Tafel. 146. ) - Die anderen 4 Tafeln mit jeweils 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt. 1) Bratislava und Budapest 2) Kaschau (Kosice) und Komarno ( Komaron ) 3) Tokay ( Tokaj ) und Fillek ( Filakowa ) 4) Raab (Györ) und Zigeth (Szigetvar). .

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        SOME CONSIDERATIONS TOUCHING THE USEFULNESSE OF EXPERIMENTAL NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. Propos?d in a familiar discourse to a friend, by way of invitation to the study of it, by the Honorable Robert Boyle Esq; Fellow of the Royal Society.

      Oxford, printed by Hen: Hall Printer to the University, for Ri: Davis, 1664.SECOND EDITION 1664 (first published in June 1663), Parts I and II, LACKS 4 LEAVES OF PRELIMS WHICH INCLUDEDS HALF TITLE, small 4to, approximately 190 x 150 mm, 7½ x 6 inches, decorated head - and tailpieces, historiated initial, pages: (8 of 16), 1 - 126, (4); (1) - 184, 193 - 288, 287 - 376, 387 - 416, (18), The 4 LEAVES OF PRELIMS MISSING ARE THE LAST 2 PAGES OF "THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER" "THE AUTHOR'S ADVERTISEMENT" AND THE HALF - TITLE. Present are divisional title page to Part II and the vertical half title "Mr Boyle of naturall and experimentall philosophy" which follows the end of Part II. Irregularities of pagination in all copies, signatures complete, collation: *4, A - R4 ( - A1 - 4), a - z4, Aa - Ss4, tt - zz4, aaa - ddd4, fff - ggg4. Bound in full calf, expertly rebacked to style, raised bands, blind stamped motifs in compartments, gilt lettering, new endpapers. Covers slightly marked, small pale stain to lower cover, 3 tips of corners of covers neatly repaired, title page lightly browned at edges, 2 neat old names to top margin, pale damp stain to upper corner affects pages 153 - 160 and 289 - 294, tiny rust hole in y1 in Part II, no loss, small closed tear to fore - edge margin of ss4 - tt3 in Part II, neatly repaired, not affecting text. A very good tight clean copy, lacking 8 pages of prelims as noted, main text complete. "The first part of our work which celebrates the religious value of study of the natural world, had been begun earlier but was revised and extended at this time (1663), while the first section of the second part, dealing with the value of science to medicine, was apparently now newly written. This immense compilation?which, in the course of expounding its theme, divulged a vast number of cures which Boyle had come across and tried?was to prove his most extensive medical work and it was widely cited in the debates on medical practice of the time. Boyle also wrote extensively on the application of science more generally, and some sections of these writings were to be published as the second section of part 2 of Usefulness in 1671 (ODNB). Fulton, Boyle Bibliography, page 40, No.52, issue B; A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, page 221. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        DE HOMINE FIGURIS, et Latinitate donatus a Florentio Schuyl...

      Leiden, Ex Officina Hackiana, 1664.SECOND EDITION, Latin text, 1664, small 4to, 200 x 150 mm, 8 x 6 inches, engraved pictorial printer's device to title page, 12 engraved plates, some folding, 54 illustrations in the text of which 5 full page, 2 overlay flaps to unnumbered plate at page 9 and 1 overlay flap to plate LIV, pages: (36), 121, (1), as in all copies page numbers 111 - 112 are repeated, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in half leather over marbled sides, rebacked to match with narrow gilt bands and gilt lettering. Edges of covers darkened, corners worn, couple of small dents to leather next to spine, marbled paper slightly rubbed, hand coloured armorial book - plate of Thomas Hare with neat old ink provenance next to it, title page lightly browned, occasional small pale mark in the margins, 4 one word ink notes in the margins, 2 small closed edge tears to 1 folding plate, repaired on blank side, not affecting image. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. "Descartes considered the human body a material machine, directed by a rational soul located in the pineal body. This book was the first attempt to cover the whole field of "animal physiology". The work was really a physiological appendix to his Discourse on Method." Wellcome Medical Library Volume 2, page 453; Garrison and Morton 574; Waller 2376; Krivatsy, 3121. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        PRINCIPIA PHILOSOPHIAE.

      Amsterdam, apud Danielem Elzevirium, 1664.Ultima editio cum optima collata, diligenter recognita, & mendis expurgata. With SPECIMINA PHILOSOPHIAE: seu Dissertatio de Methodo... Dioptrice, et Meteora. and PASSIONES ANIMAE. 3 parts in 1, 4th edition, 1664, each part with its own dated title page and separate pagination but continuous register. Latin text, small 4to, 200 x 155 mm, 8 x 6 inches, engraved portrait frontispiece, publisher's pictorial device on title page, numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations throughout the first 2 parts, some full page, pages: (40), 222, (14), 248, (24), 92, (4), bound in full contemporary calf, blind rules to covers, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered morocco labels, red speckled edges. Some wear and scuffing to covers, lower corners worn, small piece of leather missing on lower cover, spine and hinges rubbed, surface cracks to spine, neat old repair to inner paper hinges, 3 small pale stains in 1 margin, otherwise contents very clean and bright, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of an early collected edition. René Descartes (1596 ? 1650) was a highly influential French philosopher, mathematician, scientist, and writer. Dubbed the "Founder of Modern Philosophy", and the "Father of Modern Mathematics", much of subsequent western philosophy is a reaction to his writings, which have been closely studied from his time down to the present day. His influence in mathematics is also apparent, the Cartesian coordinate system used in plane geometry and algebra being named after him, and he was one of the key figures in the Scientific Revolution. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Stadt Wien in Oesterreich.

      [Nürnberg 1664].. Orig.-Kupferstich aus "Maurer, C. Neuvermehrte Winerische Chronica. Oder kurtze summarische Beschreibung..." 23 x 31 cm. (Plattengr.). Gefalt. 2 kl. Wurmlöcher im Bug.. Slg. Mayer 323 - Mit Schriftlegende im unteren Rand und 1 Portrait-Medaillon Kaiser Leopolds sowie 1 kl. Ansicht der kaiserlichen Burg. Ansicht indentisch mit Merian. - vgl. Nebehay-W. 407, 33.

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        THE OPTICK GLASSE OF HUMORS.

      London, printed for G. Dawson, 1664.Or The Touchstone of a Golden Temperature: Or the Philosophers Stone to make a golden temper. Wherein the foure complexions, sangume, cholericke, phligmaticke, melancholicke, are succinctly painted forth, and their externall intimates laid open to the purblind eye of ignorance it self, by which every one may judge of what complexion he is, and answerably learne what is most sutable to his nature. 1664, edition not stated. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 95 mm, 6 x 3¾ inches, engraved pictorial extra title page showing 2 representatives of Oxford and Cambridge universities holding aloft the optic glass, dated 1663, engraved plate at page 77 shows a chart of the four humours underneath 2 small views of the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, pages: (26), 168, bound in modern quarter calf over marbled sides, blind rules to spine, gilt lettered morocco label from previous binding, new endpapers. Engraved extra title page laid down on paper, fore - edge margin trimmed close, printed title page discreetly strengthened at fore - edge and browned in margins, name on title page and on reverse, manuscript note on reverse of engraved plate also, 1 letter just showing through, fore - edge margin of engraved plate trimmed close, some other margins trimmed, one side - note shaved, some pages lightly browned, a few inner margins, including inner margin of engraved plate, expertly strengthened with archival tissue, hardly noticeable, a couple of gatherings tightly bound, all still easily readable, 1 lower corner torn off, no loss, a little light brown staining to 1 page, all still legible, couple of worm holes in 3 fore - edge margins, faint water - stain in fore - edge margin of last 40 pages, binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce book. Thomas Walkington (c.1575?1621) was a Church of England clergyman. His work on Galen's four temperamental types was first published in 1607 and 'went beyond the usual expository tradition of such treatises... Lively, witty, and concerned at least as much to entertain as instruct, it foreshadowed the literary culmination of the tradition in Burton"s Anatomy of Melancholy' (ODNB). It contains an early reference to the dangers of tobacco. (Krivatsy, 17th Cent. Printed Books in the National Library of Medicine, No. 12582); A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Medical Library, No 6687 for earlier editions. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Cerebri anatome

      London: Jo. Martyn, 1664. London: Jo. Martyn, 1664. <p>Introduction of the Term "Neurology"</p><p>Willis, Thomas (1621-75). Cerebri anatome: Cui accessit nervorum description et usus. 8vo. [30, including imprimatur leaf], 240pp. 15 folding plates, unsigned but drawn by Christoper Wren (1632-1723) and Richard Lower (1631-1691), and probably engraved by David Loggan (1635-1692). London: Tho. Roycroft for Jo. Martyn and Ja. Allestry, 1664. 168 x 100 mm. Modern paneled calf in antique style. Small paper flaws in last two leaves, affecting a few words of text, a few tears in plates 9 and 10, small marginal wormhole at end, but very good.</p><p>First Octavo Edition, issued a few weeks after the quarto edition (now quite scarce). One of the foundations of neuroanatomy, and the birthplace of the term "neurology." Dissatisfied with the imperfect and fragmentary descriptions in earlier accounts of the brain, Willis devised a comprehensive and comparative program of brain dissections, which he carried out with the aid of his pupils Christopher Wren, Richard Lower and Thomas Millington. Willis classified and described ten pairs of cranial nerves, six of which are still recognized, and was the first to grasp the physiological significance of the "circle of Willis," the circle of anastomosed arteries at the base of the brain by which full circulation to all parts of the brain can be maintained even when the carotid or vetebral arteries are blocked. From his observations of animal brains, Willis hypothesized that the convolutionary complexity of the human cerebral cortex is correlated with man&#39;s superior intelligence, and that the cerebellum, a similar structure in all mammals, is the source of involuntary action.</p><p>Cerebri anatome was issued in both a quarto and an octavo edition, the quarto edition appearing a few weeks before the cheaper octavo edition. The copperplates were engraved with the pagination of the quarto edition, which was corrected in manuscript for the octavo publication. Garrison-Morton 1378. Norman 2243 (quarto ed.). Rose & Bynum, pp. 195-203. Wing W-2824. </p>

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        SEGUNDA PARTE DE LAS OBRAS EN PROSA DE DON FRANCISCO DE QUEVEDO

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Madrid. Melchor Sanchez. 1664. 3h+631Pag+2h. 20x15. Pergamino. Segunda parte de las Obras en prosa de Quevedo, conteniendo 7 magnificas de las mismas. levemente restaurado. Raro ejemplar. Ref 3.4 Biblioteca A.

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        Epitome institutionum medicinae & librorum de febribus. Editio secunda ab auctore adhuc recensita & aucta.

      Wittenberg, M. Henckel für T. Mevius Erben und E. Schumacher, 1664.. 12°. Gestochenes Titelporträt, Kupfertitel, 1 gefaltete Tabelle, (16 Bl.), 936 S. - 248 S., (1 Bl. Druckvermerk). Pergamentband der Zeit.. VD 17 12:161965K; Krivatsy 10929; Gurlt III,158; Hirsch/H. V,230. - Bildet die zweite Wittenberger Ausgabe dieses Auszugs aus Sennerts "Institutionum medicinae libri V" (EA 1611) mit den Büchern über Physiologie, Pathologie, Semiotik, Hygiene und Therapie, das letzte auch über Medikamente und mit einem Überblick über den Zustand der Chirurgie seiner Zeit, und des Auszugs aus "De febribus libri IV" (EA 1619). Daß Sennert die erste wissenschaftliche Beschreibung des Scharlachfiebers gegeben habe, wie Garrison/Morton 2196 und 5074 noch heute behaupten, wurde bereits von Paul Richter in den 20iger Jahren des vorigen Jahrhunderts korrigiert, vgl. Richter, Geschichte der Dermatologie 164. Seine eigentliche Bedeutung für die Dermatologie wird aber von Richter an gleicher Stelle herausgearbeitet. - Daniel Sennert (1572-1637) aus Breslau, Prof. in Wittenberg und kurfürstl. Leibarzt, gehörte zu den gelehrtesten Ärzten seiner Zeit und trat für einen Ausgleich der paracelsischen mit der aristotelisch-galenischen Medizin ein. Er gehörte zu den Wegbereitern der Chemiatrie. Die schönen Eingangskupfer von einer Platte gestochen von J. B. Paravicinus. - Sehr gut erhaltenenes, sauberes Exemplar mit einem prächtigen gestochenen Wappenexlibris auf dem Innenspiegel und Wappen auf dem Schnitt.

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        Tractatus de commissariis, et commissionibus camerae imperialis, quadripartitus Rutgeri Rulant Aquisgranensis, JC. omnibus, praesertim probationes cujuscunque generis redcipientibus, & aliena negotia, tam publica, quam privata, expedientibus, utilis ac necessarius. Editio Nova. Pars I - IV. Anhang: ders.: Formularium ad tractatum de commissariis, et commissionibus camerae impertialis pertinens. Das ist Ein außführlich Formular-Buch / zum Tractat von Commissarien und Commissionen Camerae imperialis geöhrig / in Zwey Theile abgetheilet. 2 Teile.

      Frankfurt, Ruland, 1664.. 4 und 2 Teile zusammen in einem Band. Ca. 34 x 20 cm. Pergamentband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und kleinem Papieraufkleber.. Teile 1-4 in Latein, Anhang in deutsch und Latein. Besitzaufkleber auf Titelblatt. Rücken mit kleinen Fehlstellen und Einrissen am Kapital. Hinterdeckel, Rand des Vorderdeckels und die letzten Seiten (im unbedruckten Teil) mit Fehlstelle.

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        Beschryvinge van de heerlyckheydt van Frieslandt tusschen 't Flie end de Lauwers met nieuwe caerten van 't landschap in 't algemeeen soo oud als nieuw end de drie gedeelten in 't besonder als mede de grietenien end steden op kosten van 't landt afgemeten in 't net gebracht, geteeckent en gesneden op copere platen. Excudit Johannes Wellens. Jacob van Meurs sculpsit.

      Z.p. z.u. 1664. Titelplaat + gegraveerde plaat wapen van Friesland + 2 kaarten van Friesland + 1 kaart van Oostergo olim Aestrachia + 1 kaart grietenij Leeuwerderadeel + 1 kaart grietenij Ferwerderadeel + 1 kaart grietenij Dongerdeel Westzijde der Paesens + 1 kaart grietenij Dongerdeel Oostzijde der Paesens + 1 kaart grietenij Kollumerlandt + 1 kaart grietenij Achtkerspelen + 1 kaart grietenij Dantumadeel + 1 kaart grietenij Tzietzcerksteradeel + 1 kaart grietenij Smallingerlandt + 1 kaart grietenij Ydaerderadeel + 1 kaart grietenij Raeuwerderahem + 1 kaart Westergo olim Westerachia + 1 kaart grietenij Menaldumadeel + 1 kaart grietenij Franekerdeel + 1 kaart Barra-deel + 1 kaart grietenij Baerdera-deel + 1 kaart grietenij Hennaerderadeel + 1 kaart grietnij Wonsera-deel + 1 kaart grietenij Wymbritzeradeel + 1 kaart grietenij Hemelumer Oldvaart ende Noordwolde + 1 kaart grietenij van der Bildt + 1 kaart De Sevenwolden + 1 kaart grietenij Utingeradeel + 1 kaart grietenij Aengwirden + 1 kaart grietenij Doniawerstal + 1 kaart grietenij Hascherlandt + 1 kaart grietenij Schoterlandt + 1 kaart grietenij Lemsterlandt + 1 kaart grietenij Gaester-landt + 1 kaart grietenij Opsterlandt + 1 kaart grietenij Stellingwerf Oosteynde + 1 kaart grietenij Stellingwerf Westeynde + 1 kaart Leeuwarden + 1 kaart Bolswaert + 1 kaart Franeker + 1 kaart Sneek + 1 kaart Dockum + 1 kaart Harlingen + 1 kaart Staveren + 1 kaart Sloten + 1 kaart Worckum + 1 kaart IJlst + 1 kaart Hindelopen. Gebonden. 6to. (VIII), 280 pp. *nieuw gebonden in een halflinnen band met groene gemarmerde platten; kaart typus Frisiae inter Flevum et Lavicam tegenover pagina 22 ingebonden; kaart typus Frisiae veteris inter Rheni tegenover pagina 1 ingebonden; kaart Frisiae inter Flevum enkele scheurtjes; kaart Dongerdeel rechtsboven iets watervlekkig; kaart Dognerdeel Oostzyde Paesens links- en rechtsboven iets watervlekkig; kaart grietenij Kollumerlandt bovenzijde heel licht watervlekkig; kaart grietenij Achtkerspelen heel licht watrervlekkig; kaart grietenij Danutmadeel heel licht watervlekkig; kaart Westergo licht ingescheurd; kaart grietenij Franekerdeel bovenzijde licht watervlekkig; kaart Baerderadeel bovenzijde licht watervlekkig; kaart Hennaerderadeel bovenzijde licht watervlekkig; kaart grietenij Wonseradeel bovenzijde licht watervlekkig; kaart grietenij Wymbritzeradeel bovenzijde licht watervlekkig; kaart grietenij Bildt links iets watervlekkig;

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        1. Land-recht van Hunsingo/Fyvelingo/ ende het Wester-quartier. De vijfde druck met 't register/ ende anders verbetert. Groningen, Weduwe Ezard Hyusman, 1664. 141, (18) pp. 2. Instructie voor lieutnant ende hooftmannen/misgaders secretarien. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1667. 60 pp. 3. Nader ordre ofte ampliatie ende correctie. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1668. 12 pp. 4. Ordre waer nae geprocedeert sal werden in revisie vande sententien van lieutnant ende hooftmannen der stadt Groningen ende Ommelanden. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1655. 16 pp. 5. Land-recht der beyden Old-ambten (...). Groeningen, Hans Sas, 1650. (VIII), 144 pp. 6. Placcaet, resolutie, generale ordonnantie, mitsgaders ordre van verpachtinghe ende proceduren/item particuliere ordonnantien ende instructien op 't collecteren ende innen van de generale middelen van stadt Gronngen ende Ommelanden. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1666. (II), 213, (4), (8), (12) pp. 7. Forme ende maniere waer nae de penningen van de provincie der stadt Groningen ende Ommelanden voortaen ge-innet ende metter executie gevordert sullen worden. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1661. (II), 12 pp. 8. Articul-brief waer by eenige annotatien ghevoegcht syn door Peter Pappus von Tratzberg (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1664. (VIII), 126 pp. 9. Oronnantie op de forme van procederen in civile ende criminale saecken (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1664. 24 pp. 10. Articul-brief der krijghs-wetten (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1666. 24, (6) pp. 11. Verhandelinge vande unie, eeuwich verbont ende eendracht: tusschen die landen/provincien/steden ende leden van dien hier nae benoemt/ binnen die stadt Utrecht gesloten (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1660. 31 pp. 12. Poincten ende conditien gemaeckt tusschen zijne excellentie den heere prince Maurits van Orangien/ ende graeff Wilhelm Ludwig van Nassauw/met de raeden van state ter eenre/ ende de stadt Groeningen ter andere sijden (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1660. 8pp. 13. Verscheyden definitive uytspraecken ende sententien uyt den name ende van wegen de Ed. Mog. Heeren Staten-Generael (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1660. 24 pp. 14. Naerdere unie der sanentlijcke bontgenooten der Vereenichde Nederlanden. 16 pp. 15. Twee sententien (...). 's-Gravenhage, Hillebrant Jacobsz, 1615. 40 pp. 16. Ordonnantie op de rechtsbedieninge over Sappe-Meer met de dependentien van dien. Groningen, Hans Sas, 1636. 8 pp. 16. Ordonnantie op de jacht van het wilt ende het visschen in het gerichte van Sappe-Meer. Groningen, Hans Sas, 1651. 8 pp. 17. Conclusien by Stadt ende Lande respective genomen met die decisien (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1668. (II), 58 pp. 18. Sententien ofte decisien op ende over diversche differenten/ een tijdtlanck gesweeft hebbende tusschen de stadt Groningen, Ommelanden ende d'Oldampten (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1668. 23 pp. 19. Conclusien mitsgaders decisien ofte sententien definitive op ende over verscheyden differenten een tijdtlang gesweeft hebbende tusschen de stadt Groningen, Omlanden ende d'Oldampten. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1668. (IV), 56 pp. 20. Sententie ofte decisie by haer Hog. Mog. de Staten Generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden gepronuncieert tusschen de vulmachten der Old-Ambten eysschers ter eener op ende jegens borgermeesteren ende raedt, taelmans ende geswoorne meente der stadt Groningen, mitsgaders de van den Ommelanden ter ander zijden. Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1667. 4 pp. 21. Contract ende verbontenissen, beslooten tuschen de samptlijcke eet-genooten/ inden jaere onses heeren duisent ses hondert drie-ende twintich/ wegens het corpus van stadt Appingedam. 1665. 12 pp. 22. Decisien van den 6en julij ende 22 decembris anno 1610 (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1655. 26 pp. 23. Decisie, reglement ende wett by de Hooch Mogende Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenigde Nederlanden, den 19 aprilis anno 1659 gearresteert (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1659. 40 pp. 24. Decisie reglement ende wett by de Hooch Mogende Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenigde Nederlanden op den 19. aprilis 1659 gearresteert (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1663. 42 pp. 25. Die grootheyt der maten van (...) jucken, deymaten/ voerlingen (...). Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysman, 1660. 11 pp.

      Groningen, Weduwe Edzard Huysmans; Hillebrant Jacobsz.; Hans Sas. z.j. Drukkersvignetten. Perkament. 1237 pp.Mooi exemplaar

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        Dominica Anglorum in America Septentrionalis

      Nuremburg: Homann, Johann Baptist Nuremburg: Homann, Johann Baptist. unbound. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 20 x 22 inches. This map depicts British territories creatively showing four separate small maps on one page. Details include tribes, forts towns and trails with detailed notes for each map in four columns of text. Maps included are "Newfoundland od Terra Nova S. Laurentii Bay, New Engelland New York New Yersey und Pensilvania, Virginia und Maryland, Carolina nebsteinem Theil von Florida". Text in Latin, English and German. Some foxing around the margins and some creases but otherwise a nice copy. Johann Baptist Homann (1664-1724) was a renowned German mapmaker of the late 17th and early 18th century who served as geographer to the Holy Roman Emperor. His business was carried on through the 18th century by the Homann Heirs, also prolific and popular mapmakers. Their continued success with maps such as this one proves the enduring value of Homann's work.

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        Beständige Außführung deren Gravaminum, so die Herren Grafen zu Löwenstein-Wertheim [et]c. wider den Hochlöblichen Stifft Würtzburg: So dan[n] die Herren Grafen von Castell ... in puncto Matriculae haben : Wie solche allbereit vor diesem zum Fränckischen Cräiß-Directorio überschickt worden. Mit Beylagen a Num 1. usque ad Num. 29. inclusive.

      Ohne Ort und Verlag, "Im Jahr 1664".. 19 x 14 cm. 93 (recte 101) Seiten (Paginierungsfehler nach S. 33 drei Blatt Additio, S. 54/55 doppelt gezählt). Halbleinenband des späten 19. Jahrhunderts.. *VD17 23:000436A. - Angebunden: 1. Copia Chur-Maintz und dero Consorten An Chur-Pfaltz Den 17. Martii 1665. gethanen Schreibens : Darinnen Sie Ihre gemachte Alliantz zu eines Chur-Pfaltzischen von etlich hundert Jahren herbracht- und so wohl von Maximilian. I. und allen nachfolgenden Römischen Kaysern mit special Privilegien und investituren confirmirten, als durch underschiedliche Verträge mit der Alliirten Vorfahren bestettigten Regals der Leibeigenen und Wild-Fäng/ wie auch anderer Chur-Pfaltz zuständiger Jurium eigen-gewaltthätiger invasion und oppression notificiren; Sambt Kurtzen doch gründlichen Notatis ... Ohne Ort, (1665). 39 Seiten. VD17 12:125575Y. Einer von 2 versch. Drucken. - 2. Copia Chur-Mäintz An Chur-Pfaltz Abgelassenen Schreibens/ die gewaltsahme occupir: und besetzung der Gemeinschafftlichen Statt Ladenburg betreffendt: Mit Chur-Pfältzischer seiten in margine gesetzten Notatis, Darinnen angewiesen wird/ daß Chur-Mäintz weder Fug noch uhrsach gehabt/ durch offene befehdung die gemeine ruhe zu verstören/ und Chur-Pfaltz mit gewaffneter Hand zu überfallen. Ohne Ort, 1665. 12 Seiten. VD17 3:601763Z. - 3. Chur-Pfaltz Antwort Auff vorhergehendes Chur-Meintzisches Schreiben. 1665. 8 Seiten. VD17 12:205582C. - Sammelband mit 4 Schriften zu politischen Rechtshändeln, die Beibindung 2+3 sind politische Streitschriften über die Besetzung der Stadt Ladenburg. - Gut erhalten.

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        Dominica Anglorum in America Septentrionalis

      Nuremburg: Homann, Johann Baptist. Nuremburg: Homann, Johann Baptist. unbound. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 20 x 22 inches. This map depicts British territories creatively showing four separate small maps on one page. Details include tribes, forts towns and trails with detailed notes for each map in four columns of text. Maps included are "Newfoundland od Terra Nova S. Laurentii Bay, New Engelland New York New Yersey und Pensilvania, Virginia und Maryland, Carolina nebsteinem Theil von Florida". Text in Latin, English and German. Some foxing around the margins and some creases but otherwise a nice copy. Johann Baptist Homann (1664-1724) was a renowned German mapmaker of the late 17th and early 18th century who served as geographer to the Holy Roman Emperor. His business was carried on through the 18th century by the Homann Heirs, also prolific and popular mapmakers. Their continued success with maps such as this one proves the enduring value of Homann&#39;s work.

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        "Wahre Abbildung der Löbliche Reichsstatt Nürnberg 1664".

      . Kupferstich von Lucas Schnitzer bei Paulus Fürst, dat. 1664, 26 x 36 cm.. Fauser 10064; nicht bei Lentner. - Prächtige Gesamtansicht mit Wappenkartusche im Himmel und vier Kartuschenfelder mit Lobgesängen auf das "schöne Nürnberg". Im unteren Rand mit gestochenen Erklärungen 1 - 36.

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        Poemata.

      Saumur, ex Officinâ Francisci Ernou, 1664. - in-12. XXIII. 258pp. Plein vélin du temps. Edition Originale de ce recueil de poèmes composé par Pierre-Joseph Du Vachet (1610-1655), prêtre de l'Oratoire originaire de Beaune. On y trouve notamment des pièces sur différents sujets curieux: "Victoria de Albigensibus duce S. Dominico", "Voluptas in audiendis et legendis versibus", "Hispanus victus a Gallis", "Hispanus victus a Batavis", "Angelus", "Daemon", "Monstrum Arcadicum", etc. Plusieurs pièces sont consacrées aux animaux, en particulier aux oiseaux ("Galli Gallinacei", "Pelicanus" "Cycnus", "Corvorum" etc.). Rare impression de Saumur. Bon exemplaire. Pasquier et Dauphin, Imprimeurs et Libraires de l'Anjou, n° 238. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Glossarium Archaiologicum: continens Latino-Barbara, peregrina, obsoleta, et novatae significationis Vocabula; quae post labefactatas a Gothis, Vandalisq;, res Europaeas in Ecclesiasticis, profanisq; Scriptoribus

      Londini, 1664 : Apud Aliciam Warren. Londini, 1664 : Apud Aliciam Warren, 1664. Collation, [12]576pp, portrait frontis probably replaced with imprimature by publisher. Text in Latin, double column. Book measures 13 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches. Bound in full calf, raised bands, gilt title lettering. At some time, [not recentely] professionally rebacked, retaining the original panelled boards. Boards rubbed on edges, knocked and damaged on corners. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, some light mostly margin staining to about 40 pages, occasional light spotting. Pages in very good condition throughout. A very nice copy, in a very attractive calf binding. A25. First Edition. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        16 Kupferstiche Bären nach Marc Gerard.

      (Amsterdam). Nicolas Visscher 1664.. Ca. 13,5x10,8 cm. 16 Blatt montiert unter Passepartouts.. Vollständige Folge der Bärenbilder. Ein Berner Bilderbuch.

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        (1) DOCUMENTA Der Stadt Hamburg IMMEDIETÄT betreffend. (2) Reichs-Hoff-Rahts Gutachten über das der Stadt Hamburg ertheiltes Decretum Rat. Sessionis & Voli 18. Novemb. Anno 1643. (3) Fernere DOCUMENTA Publica Zu besterckung Hamburgischer IMMEDIETÄT bey diesem ReichsTage außkommen.

      Ohne Ort und Drucker. Erscheinungsjahr 1. Titel 1664, 2. Titel 1643, 3. Titel 1665.. Format: 17,7 x 14,5 cm. Seitenzahl zu Titel 1: (18) Bl. / Zu Titel 2: (4) Bl. / Zu Titel 3: (1) Bl., 22 S., (2) Bl. Alle drei Teile zusammen auf Faden gebunden in einfacher Broschur (diese an den Kanten bestoßen und kann von einem Buchbinder sicher schöner eingebunden werden). Die Bindung der drei Teile ist etwas locker. Die alten Drucke in nahezu fleckenfreiem, sehr guten Erhaltungszustand. Alle Seiten vollständig und in diesem Umfang sehr selten.. Zu Titel (1): EXTRACT Derer von unterschiedliche Kaysern und Königen für hundert und mehr Jahren an die Stadt Hamburg abgegangener Vocationum ad Comicia, wovon die Originalia annoch in der Stadt Hamburg Archivo befindlich Als nemblich:.../ COOIA Des zu Auspurg vom Kayser Maximiliano I. und gesambten Reichs-Ständen publicierten Abscheids und Decrets, dass Hamburg ein Reichs-Stadt sey.../ COPIA Der Exemptions-Urtheil darinen Hamburg für eine Reichs-Stadt erkläret wird..../ Copia Mandati Caflatorii & Inhibitorii Clausula FISCALIS contra Niedersächsischen Craiß.../ An das Cammer-Gericht zu Speyer in der hamburgischen Exemption-Sache wider Holstein eingewandter Revision ungeachtet zu procediren Wien 25. Maji, Anno 1630. Ferdinand.../ COPIA Schreibens der zu Dennemarck königl. May. So dann S. fürstl. Gn. Hertzog Friedrich zu Holstein An Die Röm. kayserl. auch zu Hungarn und Böheimb königl. May. Der Stadt Hamburg Exemption betreffend de dato 31. Maji Anno 1631. Allergnädiger Kayser und Herr..../ Röm. Kayserl. May. Decretum Sessionis & Voti. / Erwidertes Decretum Sessionis & Voti 13. Julii 1641 / EXtract Caesarei Decreti Respective Mandatorii & Paritorii So Ihr: königl. Mayst. zu Dennemarck-Norwegen u. Abgesandten Herrn Christoph von der Lippe zu Regenspurg den 22. Junii Anno 1641 ertheilet.../ Bescheid für die Denemärckische Abgesandte wegen deß der Stadt Hamburg ertheilten Decreti in puncto Sessionis & Voti 15. Decemb. 1643.../ Decretum in puncto Sessionis & Voti.../ Röm. kayserl. May. Decretum wegen Assignation des Reichs Quartiers.../ Herrn Reichs Erb-Marschalle von Pappenheims Reversales, wegen deß Reichs-Quartiers.../ Extract Protocolli et Reso - Lutionis Caesarea Veneris 18. Aprilis 1664 Holstein contra Hamburg.../ Zu Titel 3: EXTRACT Reichs Hoff Raths Protocolli Martis 29. Aprilis 1664.../ Ihr kayserl. May. Resolution Denegatoria für Holstein.../ Ihrer kayserl. Mayest. Resolutio Assecuratoria für Hamburg.../ EXTRACT Reichs Hoffraths Protocolli Veneris 12. Decemb. 1664...usw. - Alle drei Teile insgesamt ein seltenes Zeitdokument zur Entwicklung der Stadt Hamburg im 17. Jahrhundert.

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        Pascaerte vande west en oost-zyde van Iutlandt. Als mede de Belt mitsgaders de zee-cust van Holster, Mekelenborg, en de Eylanden van Lalandt, Falster, ende Meun. Kupferstichkarte von Pieter Goos aus: De Nieuwe Groote Zee-Spiegel, Amsterdam, um 1664. 44,5 x 70,5 cm.

      1664. . Dekoratives Blatt (unten rechts gestochen '6') in kräftigem Abdruck.- Mit großer Titelkartusche und Meilenzeiger rechts unten, Kompassrosen und Segelbooten.- Ehemals gefaltet, stellenweise leicht gebräunt.

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        "Novum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Testamentum Syriacae cum punctis vocalibus, & versione Latina Matthaei ita adornata, ut unico hoc Evangelista intellecto, reliqui totius operis libri, sine interprete intelligi possint."

      Hamburgi: Typis & impensis autoris, 1664. Hamburgi: Typis & impensis autoris. 1664. "Small 8vo, pp. [30], 606, [1]; engraved title-p. (dated 1663); & & bound with: Gutbier, Aegidio. Notae criticae in Novum Testamentum Syriacum, Hamburgi: typis et sumptibus authoris, 1667, pp. [8], 55; & & bound with: Gutbier, Aegidio. Lexicon Syriacum, continents omnes N.T. Syriaoi dictiones et particulas, cum spicilegio vocum qvarundam peregrinarum, & in qvibusdam tantum Novi T. codicibus occurentium, & appendice ... Nuvo verÚ in lucem demum editum, Hamburgi: typis et sumptibus authoris, 1667, small 8vo, pp. [12], 146, [48]; Zaunmuller 372; contemporary full vellum, old manuscript label on spine; nice copy. & & Guthbier (1617-1667) was professor of theology in Hamburg who, following the example of Erpenius, founded his own press to insure the accuracy of his works, and the Syriac font used here was cut at his own expense. This is the first edition of his N.T. which was the best and most complete at the time; this copy also with Gutbier&#39;s two supplemental works: his lexicon and critical commentary. See Darlow & Moule 8966 for a long discussion."

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        A Modest Enquiry Into The Mystery of Iniquity

      James Flesher for Cambridge Bookseller William Morden, 1664. James Flesher for Cambridge Bookseller William Morden. LEATHER BOUND. B00HAS1PX6 1664 first edition James Flesher for Cambridge Bookseller William Morden (London), 7 1/2 x 11 inches tall full leather bound, four raised bands and red and gilt leather title label to spine, title page in red and black, other two title pages and contents black ink only. ESTC R26204, Wing M2666. Fully collates: [8] To the Reader, 1-478 Part I & Part II of A Modest Enquiry, [22] Contents of Part I & Part II, [1] Title page to the Apology, 479-567 Apology, [4] Contents of the Apology. Handsomely rebacked using original boards and employing new leather spine and fine laid endpapers. 1" partly closed tear to one of contents pages. Stamp for Highbury College (Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK) on verso of title page [laid in loose is plate showing the book was presented in June 1878 to Airedale College, London]. Boards are rubbed, bumped and scuffed but still quite handsome. Altogether, a very good+ copy of a scarce and important work by one of the few 17th century Cambridge Platonists to publish extensively. Full title: &#39;A Modest Enquiry Into The Mystery of Iniquity - The First Part, Containing a Careful and Impartial Delineation of the True Idea of Antichristianism in the Real and Genuine Members Thereof, Such as are Indeed Opposite to the Indispensible Purposes of the Gospel of Christ, and to the Interest of His Kingdome, together with Synopsis Prophetica, Or The Second Part of the Enquiry Into The Mystery of Iniquity, Containing a Compendious Prospect Into Those Prophecies of Holy Scripture, Wherein the Reign of Antichrist, or The Notorious Lapse or Degeneracy of the Church in All Those Points Comprised in the Idea of Antichristianism Is Prefigured or Foretold, together with The Apology of Dr. Henry More, Fellow of Christ&#39;s College in Cambridge, Wherein Is Contained As Well a More General Account of the Manner and Scope of His Writings, As a Particular Explication of Several Passages in His Grand Mystery of Godliness.&#39; Scholars Thomas Lennon, John Nicholas and John Davis wrote: &#39;[More&#39;s] Modest Enquiry Into The Mystery of Iniquity (1664), the first of several onslaughts against the Romanist menace, was a large-scale examination of Antichristianism, and an exposé of the Antichristian practices of the &#39;Imperious Lady of Rome.&#39; At the same time, the Enquiry was a vigorous defense of the Church of England against the same charge of Antichristianism made by Protestant nonconformists who were suffering under the impositions of Charle&#39;s parliament, and perhaps more predictably, it defended Anglicanism against the traditional Catholic charge of schism." - Problems of Cartesianism. The second part of the work is the &#39;Synopsis Prophetica&#39;; the third the &#39;Apology.&#39; [SPD746] . Very Good. 1664. First Edition.

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        SEGUNDA PARTE DE LAS OBRAS EN PROSA DE DON FRANCISCO DE QUEVEDO

      Melchor Sanchez - Madrid. Melchor Sanchez. 1664. 3h+631Pág+2h. 20x15. Pergamino. Segunda parte de las Obras en prosa de Quevedo, conteniendo 7 magníficas de las mismas. levemente restaurado. Raro ejemplar. Ref 3.4 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        "A copious dictionary in three parts: I. the English before the Latin...II. the Latin before the English...III. the proper names of persons, places, and other things necessary to the understanding of historians and poets"

      London: 1664, John Field. London: 1664. John Field. "First edition, 4to, three parts in one volume; [a4] a-d4 e-x8 y2 [&#134;2] A- D4 E-3R8 3S1 [&#134;] A-4D4 4E-4N8 4O-4P4; text in triple column; 20th-century three quarter dark brown calf over marbled paper-covered boards, black gilt morocco spine label; title page darkened and a bit ink stained along gutter, occasional tears affecting text without loss of meaning, else good and sound.& & Kennedy 2818; Vancil, p. 100; Wing G1443."

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        Regni Sueciae, map, Homann J.B., anno 1730

      Regni Sueciae, , Nor. Regni Sueciae in omnes suas Subjacentes Provincias accurate divisi Tabula Generalis / edita a Ioh. Bapt. Homanno, Noribergae. Title Regni Sueciae in omnes suas Subjacentes Provincias accurate divisi Tabula Generalis / edita a Ioh. Bapt. Homanno, Noribergae. Description Map of Sweden, Finland Cartographer Homann, Johann Baptist (1664-1724) Date Original circa 1730 Map Publisher Homann Heirs Place of Publication Nuremberg Dimensions 49 x 58 cm., leaf: 52x62 cm.. Scale approx. 1:3.200.000 Language Latin Medium Engraving Colored Hand colored.

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        "Glossarium archaiologicum: continens Latino-Barbara, peregrina, obsoleta, & novatae significationis vocabula..."

      London: 1664, Aliciam Warren. London: 1664. Aliciam Warren. "First complete edition, large folio, the scarce large paper issue (15½"" tall); pp. [12], 576; text in double column, woodcut initials and ornaments throughout; text partially in black letter, other exotic fonts interspersed throughout; slightly later full polished tan calf, black morocco label on gilt-decorated spine, front joint starting, edges rubbed and worn; a good, sound copy. This copy from the Chatsworth Libray, with their bookplate& & The book was first published in 1626 and contained only the letters A-I, and is here published for the first time in its complete form. ""As an ecclesiastical lawyer [Spelman] ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator of philological science in England"" (DNB). & & Vancil, p. 227 and Lowndes, p. 2474 (both citing the regular issue); Wing S-4925; Zaunmuller 251 (citing the third edition of 1687)."

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        Repertorium sententiarum et regularum, itemque definitionum, divisionum, differentiarum, formularum... (uterque tomus) recognitus, emendatus, interpolatus, & subinde locupletatus a Francisco Modio... 2 in 1 Band.

      Frankfurt, Daniel Fievit für Jonas Rosas Wittwe, 1664.. 4°. 4 Bll., 1220 Spalten; 4 Bll., 228 SS., mit 2 Druckermarken Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. VD17 3:301513Z u. VD17 3:301515Q. Grosses, juristisches Lexikon, erstmals 1571 unter dem Titel "Thesaurus Sententiarum, Regularum et Dictionum Juris Civilis" erschienen. Das Werk des holländischen Juristen Brederode (1571-1593) wurde bald von dem Belgischen Philologen und Rechtsgelehrten Francois de Maulde (Modius, 1556-1597) überarbeitet und in der Form dann noch zweihundert Jahre nachgedruckt. - Papierbedingt stärker gebräunt oder etwas fleckig, zu Beginn wenige Blatt stärker fleckig. Etwas berieben, bei einer Schliesse fehlt das Metallstück. Dekorativer Prägeband.

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        Glossarium archaiologicum: continens Latino-Barbara, peregrina, obsoleta, & novatae significationis vocabula.

      1664 Aliciam Warren, London 1664 - First complete edition, large folio, the scarce large paper issue (15½" tall); pp. [12], 576; text in double column, woodcut initials and ornaments throughout; text partially in black letter, other exotic fonts interspersed throughout; slightly later full polished tan calf, black morocco label on gilt-decorated spine, front joint starting, edges rubbed and worn; a good, sound copy. This copy from the Chatsworth Libray, with their bookplateThe book was first published in 1626 and contained only the letters A-I, and is here published for the first time in its complete form. "As an ecclesiastical lawyer [Spelman] ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator of philological science in England" (DNB). Vancil, p. 227 and Lowndes, p. 2474 (both citing the regular issue); Wing S-4925; Zaunmuller 251 (citing the third edition of 1687). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "Glossarium archaiologicum: continens Latino-Barbara, peregrina, obsoleta, & novatae significationis vocabula..."

      London: 1664, Aliciam Warren London: 1664. Aliciam Warren. "First complete edition, large folio, the scarce large paper issue (15½"" tall); pp. [12], 576; text in double column, woodcut initials and ornaments throughout; text partially in black letter, other exotic fonts interspersed throughout; slightly later full polished tan calf, black morocco label on gilt-decorated spine, front joint starting, edges rubbed and worn; a good, sound copy. This copy from the Chatsworth Libray, with their bookplate The book was first published in 1626 and contained only the letters A-I, and is here published for the first time in its complete form. ""As an ecclesiastical lawyer [Spelman] ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator of philological science in England"" (DNB). Vancil, p. 227 and Lowndes, p. 2474 (both citing the regular issue); Wing S-4925; Zaunmuller 251 (citing the third edition of 1687)."

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        Syriae sive Soriae. Nova et Accurata descriptio

      Amstredam, Janssonius, Johannes, 1664. "Syriae sive Soriae. Nova et Accurata descriptio". Orig. copper-engraving. Published by J. Janssonius in Amsterdam, 1664. Orig. old colouring. With figure and ornamentla title-cartouche, ornamentla cartouche with the scale of map with 3 cherubs, a sea creature, a ship and a wind-rose. 44:52 cm.. Koeman I, map 8140:1 - A decorative map of Syria and Lebanon with the Euphrates River upper right and many cities (Halab, Tripolis, Beyrut, Damascus and others).

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        Tagbuch oder Auffzeichnus täglicher Geschäffte des Hrn. Cardinal und Hertzogs de Richelieu als welche in wärender Zerrüttung des Frantzösischen Hoffs sich zugetragen. Auß denen mit seiner eigenen Hand geschriebenen Denck-Registern genommen. Sampt vielen andern merckwürdigen Sachen, die Begebenheit seiner Zeit betreffend. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Frankfurt, J. G. Schiele 1669. 12°. 1006 S., 3 Bll., mit gestoch. Titelporträt, Prgt. d. Zt.

      . . VD17 39:123351L - Fromm 21950 - vgl. Brunet III, 579 (franz. Ausg. Amsterdam 1664).- Erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Kardinal Richelieu (* 9. September 1585 in Paris; 4. Dezember 1642 ebenda), war der maßgebliche Berater und Minister Ludwigs XIII. Seine vorrangigen Ziele waren die Umgestaltung Frankreichs in einen absolutistischen Staat und das Beenden der habsburgischen Vormachtstellung in Europa.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk u. kl. Wasserfleck im Rand, meist braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben.

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        Nuclei historiae universalis pars III sive auctarii pars secunda [...]: regnorum quinque Europae celebriorum chronologia [...].

      Frankfurt, Johannes Görlin, 1664.. (10) SS. (16), 168 SS. (24), 201, (1) SS., l. w. Bl. (16), 103, (1) SS. (12), 168 SS. (8), 97 (recte: 117), (1) SS. Mit gest., ill. Vortitel , selbständigen Zwischentiteln, 5 ganzseitigen Holzschnittkarten im Text (verso unbedruckt) und 2 großen Holzschnittdruckermarken. Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit hs. Rückenschildchen. 2 intakte Schließen. Dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. 12mo.. Dritter Band (eigentlich: 2. Teil des 2. Bandes) von Bucelins beliebtem welthistorischen Handbuch. Enthält nach Ländern geordnete historische Abrisse für die deutschen Länder, Italien, Spanien, England und Frankreich. Alle Teile sind mit einer eigenen Holzschnittkarte sowie eigenem Titelblatt ausgestattet und wurden offenbar auch separat vertrieben; die Zwischentitel tragen wie auch der Haupttitel das Druckjahr 1664. - Gabriel Bucelin (1599-1681) aus Dießenhofen im Thurgau, einer der fruchtbarsten Gelehrten des 17. Jahrhunderts, war Benediktinermönch und Professor im Kloster Weingarten sowie Feldkircher Propst. - Hs. Exlibrisvermerk der Kapuziner zu Wels. - Wetzer/Welte II, 1388. Feller/Bonjour I, 455. ADB III, 462. VD 17, 23:299346T, 23:300289V, 23:300294P, 23:300285Q, 23:300282S.

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