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        Hortorum libri IV. Cum disputatione de cultura hortensi.

      Paris, Typographia Regia, 1665. 4to (255 x 198 mm). pp. (xxvi including frontispiece), 219 with engraved frontispiece, engraved vignette with royal arms on title, nine engraved head- and tailpieces, and six engraved initials. Contemporary red morocco, spine in 6 compartments with gilt ornaments and lettering, sides with gilt coat of arms of Louis XIV and gilt border lines, inside dentelles, gilt edges. A superbly bound copy of the first edition of Rapin's celebrated poem on gardens, and a fine piece of book design. René Rapin (1621-1687), a Jesuit, wrote this work in imitation of Virgil's 'Georgics'. It is divided into four books, on the flower garden, parkland and trees, water, and the orchard. It is followed by a work in prose, a debate between the 'ancients' and 'moderns' on gardening styles, in which Rapin endorses the 'modern' style. This work enjoyed immense renown, and was translated into English by John Evelyn.//"On the threshold of this period the French garden found its earliest poets. René Rapin, the learned Jesuit who wrote so many books, published in 1665 a poem called 'Hortorum libri quattuor'. This was in undisguised imitation of Virgil's 'Georgics', but aimed at giving a supplement on the province of the garden, which the Roman poet had neglected. Rapin had already seen something of the development of gardens in the grand siècle, and this appears in much of what he wrote; but he chiefly concerns himself with the gardens of the time of Maria de Medici and Henry IV. All that he writes in his first book, 'The flower garden', is what is demanded by the usual theorists; and about flowers he only gives pretty myths in the style of Ovid. But in the second book he is inspired with new ideas, the exhaustive treatment of the park (nemus): he says that when you step out of the garden the park must at once appear as a stage formally arranged. The trees must be in the form of the quincunx, with straight lines and right angles, although he also likes slanting lines and circular arches in some places. All the paths have to be provided with fine sand or closely mown grass, and at the sides the beeches or cypresses have to be clipped so as to make straight walls, but the lighter branches may be worked into a thousand shapes and mazes of any kind. He is full of praise for the oak as a good forest tree, and he is emphatically opposed to the clipping of oaks, using all his rhetoric and calling down all mythological punishments upon the heads of the desecrators of trees. This care for the park and its cultivation is by no means unfamiliar in Renaissance times, but the close connection of its main design with that of the garden points to a period which is still to come. In the same way the third book, which treats of water, adhering to all the fantastic ideas of the Renaissance, rejoicing in every one of the innumerable water-devices, and demanding a great extension and development of cascades, does try most energetically to enforce strict regularity in the domain of water. It is admitted that tricks of teasing waters in grottoes, and pumice and shells for decoration, are all wonderful attractions for the people on festival days; but anyone who is sensible, large-minded and thoughtful is fond of great sheets of water, and canals like rivers: it is to sing of these that his lyre shall be strung" (Marie Louise Gothein, History of garden art pp. 431-2). Some contemporary notes in a neat handwriting in the text and six leaves added with supplementary manuscript notes.//Provenance: Name of André advocat à la cour 1764 and a stamp of 'Seminaire de Langres' on title.//Hunt 324.

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        Memoires et Instructions pour le Plant des Meuriers blancs, nourriture des Vers a Soye: Et l'Art de filer, mouliner & aprester les Soyes dans Paris & lieux circonvoisins, sur l'Establissement qui s'y fait des Manufactures de Soyes, à l'exemple de celuy que le Roy Henry IV avoit estably dans la plus grande partie de la France

      Paris: chez l'Auteur - et chez George Soly, au Phoenix, 1665. (SILK) First edition. 8vo. Frontispiece etching and 5 woodcuts by Fauveau (4 full-page figures in text, 1 smaller woodcut ornament of a Phoenix). [24] ff., 319 [1, privilege] pp. Contemporary vellum. Two armorial bookplates. Some external soiling and wear to lower board, internally fresh copy. Kress 1762; NYPL Arents 94-364 . Rare and early work on sericulture in France, including the cultivation of mulberry trees for the silkworms and diseases to which the worms were subject. With some interesting references to the impact of tobacco smoke: "Les autres maladies sont accidentelles, prouenantes - des mauvaises odeurs, comme de la fumée du tabac" (158). "L'alaine forte - de ceux qui ont maché ou fumé du tabac, est nuisible aux vers -" (164-165)

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        Astronomia Reformata

      Bologna Heirs of Vittorio Benacci 1665. - Scarce first edition of Riccioli’s anti-Copernican, Tychonic geo-centrist cosmology, presenting an astronomy reformed, so he claims, of theoretical as well as observational errors, and considered a conclusion to the Almagestum novum of 1651. As the Jesuits’ leading astronomer, his observational and experimental achievements offered significant refinements of Galilean quantitative experimental procedures in terms of accuracy, and although intended to refute Galileo, his results often unwittingly confirmed them. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Exercitatio anatomica de structura usu renum. Cui renum monstrosorum exempla, ex medicorum celebrium scriptis addidit Gerardus Blasius.

      Andrea Fries,, Amsterdam, 1665 - Amsterdam, Andrea Fries, 1665. 12°. 132 S. Mit einer gestochenen Titelvignette, 9 ganzseitigen Textkupfern und 2 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Krivatsy 1073. - Vgl. Hirsch I, 383, Waller 868 und Garrison-M. 1229: "Classical description of the gross anatomy of the kidney." - Dritte Ausgabe, gegenüber der ersten Auflage von 1662 hier erstmals mit dem "Appendix ad tractatum renibus". Bellini beschrieb als Erster die Beschaffenheit der Nieren (Bellinische Röhrchen) und stellte eine Theorie zur Urinsekretion auf. - Einband leicht fleckig. Sprache: N Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Memoires du Mareschal de Bassompierre contenant l'histoire de sa vie. et de ce qui s'est fait de plus remarquable à la cour de France pendant quelques années.

      Chez Pierre Marteau 1665 - - Chez Pierre Marteau , A Cologne 1665, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 16 (7x13cm), (2) 501 (2 bc.) 132pp. et 808pp., relié. - Edition originale, rare. Elle a été imprimée à Leyde par les héritiers et la veuve de Jean Elzevier. On remarquera qu'une autre édition à la même date chez Pierre Marteau possède une collation différente : (2) 501pp. et (2) 493pp. et semble donc contenir moins de texte que celle que nous présentons c'est une curiosité non élucidée. Pleine Basane blonde d'époque marbrée. Dos à nerfs orné de fleurons cloisonnés. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, et de tomaison en maroquin noir. Coiffe de tête du tome 1 en partie arrachée un manque en tête du tome 2 et un en queue. Un manque d'1,5cm le long du mors supérieur (travail de vers). Coins pour la plupart émoussés. Tome I légèrement plus grand de 0,5cm que le tome II. Une tache d'encre translucide en page de titre du volume II sur le fleuron. Exemplaire plutôt frais. Bassompierre fut emprisonné à la Bastille en 1631 pour avoir participé à la Journée des dupes il consacra sa détention de douze années à écrire ses mémoires (Journal de ma vie) puis ses ambassades, qui paraîtront en 1668. En plus d'être un des gentilshommes parmi les plus accomplis de son temps, Bassompierre poursuivit deux carrieres brillantes et parallèles sous Henri IV et Louis XIII, militaire et diplomatique. Ces mémoires ont toujours été particulièrement goûtés, elles portent le sceau de l'amertume de l'emprisonnement et sont l'oeuvre d'un grand gentilhomme français. (2) 501 (2 bc.) 132pp. et 808pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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      Rotterdam. 1665.. Engraved title, title-leaf, [32],583,[13]pp. plus three folding plates. Forty-four copper plate engravings. Quarto. Old vellum. Vellum dust soiled, small portion of spine lacking, some occasional light foxing or tanning. Bottom margin of one folding plate trimmed, slightly affecting explanation. Another folding plate neatly detached. Overall a very nice copy. The second French edition. This copy contains the armorial bookplates of Mathew Wilson and Frances Mary Richardson Currer. Currer (1785-1861) was a renowned British book collector who occasionally had privately printed catalogues of her collection produced. Her library, said to have been comprised of some twenty thousand fine books, was sold through Sotheby's in 1862. "The books were all in choice condition, many with fine bindings...The books contain an heraldic book-plate, and are generally noticeable for their fine condition" - DNB. Mathew Wilson was Currer's grandfather or father (both were of the same name), of Eshton Hall, Yorkshire. This important work on the islands of the Caribbean, with interesting information on Florida, Georgia, and the Eskimos, was originally published in French in 1658, its main purpose being the encouragement of Huguenot emigration to America. Its greatest contribution was the impressive marshalling of contemporary information on the Caribbean islands, especially the French and British colonies developing as sugar plantations. However, Rochefort also includes a long account of an "Apalacite" kingdom of Indians said to exist in Florida and present-day Georgia, fanciful in its overall picture, but with some basis in fact. Besides this excursion, there is also a brief account of Greenland Eskimos, and one of the illustrations provides perhaps the best contemporary graphic image of both Eskimos and their garb. It is the Caribbean section, however, which is most significant, and therein are found detailed descriptions of the European settlement of the islands and their natural history, in perhaps the most useful single source of the century. Everett Wilkie has published a detailed article concerning this book, which supplies a wealth of detailed discussion of the book, its authors and text. Wilkie, "The authorship and purpose of the HISTOIRE NATURELLE ET MORAL DE ILES ANTILLES, an early Huguenot emigration guide" in HARVARD LIBRARY BULLETIN New Series Vol. 2, No. 3, Fall 1991, pp.26-84, 1666.2. CLARK I:142. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 665/173. JCB (3)III:136. SABIN 72316. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 3345. DNB V, p.340. SERVIES 194 (1666 English ed).

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        Tartarie Europeenne ou Petite Tartarie ou sont Les Tartares du Crim, ou de Perecop; de Nogais, D\'Oczacow?

      Paris 1665 - A fine 17th century decorative map of Ukraine by the noted french cartographer Sanson. Decorative large cartouche on the lower right. , Size : 410x510 (mm), Original Outline Coloring

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Decas de fato, annisque fatalibus tam hominibus quam regnis mundi. Frankfurt a. M., J. B. Schönwetter 1665. 4°. 5 Bll., 259 S., mit gest. Titelvignette, gest. Porträttafel, u. zahlr. Textholzschnitten, Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Houzeau-L. 5260 - Caillet 4019: "Curieux et très rare". - Einzige Ausgabe. Enthält Horoskope von Savonarola, Stoeffler, Pico della Mirandula, Gustav Adolf von Schweden u.v.a. Behandelt auch Physiognomik, Chiromantie u. Metoskopie.- Mit einem Porträt des Verfassers.- "The work which count Mauritius de Flisco published in 1665 on fate and fatal years of men and kingdoms was classed by Morhof under superstitious astrology. In its preface the author tells of his other youthful astrological writings. Numerous genitures which are given include those of Giovanni Maria Visconti, born in 1388, Savonarola, Stoeffler, Pico della Mirandola, Cocles, Henries III and IV of France, and Gustavus Adolphus. A dozen pages or so are devoted to physiognomy, metoposcopy, and chiromancy, and as many more to prodigies and portents. Other topics considered are critical days and climacteric years, comets, and eclipses, fate in numbers and cubes of numbers, fate in kingdoms and the fall of Rome." (Thorndike VIII, 325 f.).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, gebräunt u. tls. etw. wasserrandig, Portr. seitl. bis zum Bildrand beschnitten, Ebd. tls. etw. fleckig.

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        Les tragédies et comédies de Th. Corneille

      No place [Amsterdam]: Suivant la copie imprimée a Paris [Abraham Wolfgang], [1665].

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        Het Gezantschap der Neêrlandtsche Oost-Indische Compagnie, aan den Grooten Tartarischen Cham, Den tegenwoordigen Keizer van China: waar in de gedenkwaerdighste Geschiedenissen, die onder het reizen door de Sineesche Landtschappen, Quantung, Kiangsi, Nanking, Xantung en Peking, en aan het Keizerlijke Hof te peking, sedert den jare 1655 tot 1657. zijn voorgevallen, op het bondigste verhandelt worden. Beneffens een Neukeurige Beschryving der Sineesche Steden, Dorpen, regeering, Wetenschappen, Hantwerken, Zeden, Godsdiensten, Drachten, Schepen, Bergen, Gewassen, Dieren, &c... (2 parts).

      Amsterdam, Jacob van Meurs, 1665. Folio. Contemp. full mottled calf. Richly gilt spine. 6 raised bands. Gilt lineborders on covers. Cracking to leather on hinges, externally repaired with thin leather-strips. Corners reinforced. Engraved title-page and printed (in red/black). (10),208,258,(10) pp., Engraved portrait, large folded engraved map, 2 engraved plates with coat of arms, 34 double-page engraved views, 110 large engraved textillustrations. A faint dampstain to upper margin of the last few leaves. The 2 plates with coat of arms a bit frayed in right margins and a faint dampstain in upper margin. A bit of browning to the first 5 leaves. otherwise internally clean.. First edition of Nieuhof's famous travel round China, a trip of 2,400 km from Canton to Peking in 1655-1657, which enabled him to become an authoritative Western writer on China. He wrote this "An embassy from the East-India Company", the written account of this journey which he undertook for the Dutch-Indian Compagny. He deals with nearly all aspects of Chinese life, folklore, religion, crafts, topography, architecture, zoology, geography, geology etc. etc. The work is one of the first illustrated books to describe China, and it profoundly influenced the Western view on China.Brunet IV, 77. - Cordier, 2344

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      1665 - IMPRESOR: (Lugduni) Lyon: sumptibus Laurentii Anisson, 1664 DESCRIPCIÓN: [16], 504 p, [71h] .; Folio. 370 x 240 mm. Texto a dos columnas, Portada a dos tintas. Marca tipográfica en portada. ENCUADERNACIÓN: Encuadernación en Pergamino. COMENTARIOS: Contiene: Parte primera. Justitiam recursus Supplicationis ad Sanctissimum & retentionis in Senatu, nec non causas legitimas retentionis inductivas, formam examinandi illas, singularesque quaestiones processum tangentes Parte segunda. Recursum ad Regem ob contraventionem Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini, praesertim circa praeservationem primae instantiae Ordinariorum. NOTAS: Salgado de Somoza, nacido en La Coruña, licenciado en Derecho y sacerdote, fue abogado, vicario general del arzobispado de Toledo, abad de Alcalá la Real y presidente del Consejo de Castilla por la protección del Conde de Monterrey y de su pariente el Conde-Duque de Olivares. Su Tractatus de supplicatione ad santissimum está considerada como una de las más importantes de su obra. CONSERVACIÓN:Con algunas hojas tostadas y puntos de oxido. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A COLLECTION OF THE SEVERAL BOOKS AND WRITINGS, GIVEN FORTH BY THAT FAITHFUL SERVANT OF GOD AND HIS PEOPLE, GEORGE FOX, THE YOUNGER Unto Which is Added Two Epistles to Friends, Not in the Former Collection; As Also Two Letters of Publick Concern, Never before Printed

      London. Good; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by 40%. . Sale price ends soon!***. 1665. Second Edition. Hardcover. Important provenance: Signed on front end sheet in antiquated ink by the notable 17th century Quaker, John Whiting: "John Whiting, His Book, 1682". On the inside front cover is a small bookplate that reads "The Property of the New-York Yearly Meeting of Friends." Full tan calf leather cover has heavy overall wear. Front board is detached but present. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Lacks paste downs. The front end sheet signed by Whiting is chipped along edges. Pages are heavily toned. A handful of pages are chipped at lower edge but text is not affected. A very rare book containing the First Printing of two of Fox's letters. "George Fox (July 1624 – 13 January 1691) , a leader of the 17th century awakening, was founder of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly known as the Quakers or Friends. This book contains the following: A TableOf the Principal Heads contained in this Book. Compassion to the Captives; wherein is shewed that the Way of God is but one. Pag. 1. Something in plainness to the Officers and Souldiers. Pag. 11. A strong and Terrible Alarm to the Inhabitants of the Earth. Pag. 19A Visitation of Love unto all People. P. 22. An Exhortation to all Families. P. 38. The words of the Everlasting true Light. P. 43. A word to the People of the World, who hate the Light. P. 52. A few Queries to such Professors as stumble at the Light. P.61. Honest, Upright, faithful and plain dealing with thee, O Army of the Common-wealth of England (so called) p. 67. A few plainwords to the Army and others, about the choice of a Parliament by the boices of the People. P. 84. His Message predicting the down-fall of the Parliament, directed to the Parliament and their Army (so called) p. 93. For the Common-wealths men, both in the Parliament and Army. P. 96. A Noble Salutation and faithful greeting unto Thee Charles Stuart, & c. Wherein is contained; 1. Several wholsome found Exhortations (and weighty things opened) unto thee O King. P. 93. 2. Concerning the Overturning of thy Father, &c. Pap. 96.3. Concerning thy coming so far into Power again, &c. P. 1014. Concerning the great danger thou art in, p. 109.5. Concerning Religion and the Spirit of Persecution. P. 115.6. Concerning the Government and Governours, the People of the Lord (called Quakers) stand for, and what they stand against. P. 117.7. How we resolve in the strength of the Lord to stand for that which is Righteous, and against that which is Unrighteous. P. 1188. Concerning a Government and Governours, wherein there may be something seen to be good, and something bad. P. 119.9. Concerning Plotting and using a CarnalWeapon, and from whom we expect deliverance. P. 120.10. Concerning Revenge. P. 121.13. Honest plain down-right dealing with the People called Episcopal men and Presbyterians. P. 126.14. A few Queries to the Teachers of the Episcopal Society. P. 131.15. The Testimony of God, To those Rulers, Teachers and People of this present Age, where the Headship of Church is given to man. P. 133.16. The Dread of God’s Power uttering its voyce through man unto the heads of the Nation. P. 144.17. A Message of Tender Love unto such Professors as have retained any true Sincerity, Simplicity, and Zeal for God in their Professions. P. 152.18. A True relation of the cause of his Imprisonment by the Magistrates at Harwich, p.181.19. His Faith touching 4. Particulars Demonstrated. 1. Concerning Jesus Christ the Saviour of the World. 2. Concerning Justification. 3. Concerning the Resurrection. 4. Concerning Everlasting Glory and Eternal Misery, p. 194. 20. Englands sad Estate and condition lamented. P. 197. Additionally, the table of contents lists 11 Epistles that are in the book. ; 267 pages .

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        Plafons a la Romaine. Nouvellement inventez et gravez par Jean le Pautre.

      - Paris, (Gérard I) Jollain, 1665. Complete suite of fine etched title and 5 plates with plate numbers, 1-6, showing ceiling designs in the classical manner, with a variant for the right half; between the two variants is a scale of measurements in French feet. ca. 14,5 x 21,3 cm on leaves of ca. 20,7 x 30,7 cm.*I.F.F. XVII, 12, Nos. 1868 - 1873. Cf. Fuhring (Nos. 8856 - 8861, note: first edition before numbers). Second edition with plate numbers, published in the same year at the same publisher as the first edition. Beautiful baroque designs for sculpted and painted ceilings in Roman style, invented and etched by the famous French ornament designer and architect Jean Lepautre (Paris 1618 - 1682). Depicted are ceilings with round or rectangular middle sections, some with cloudy skies, containing interalia an eagle, armorial trophies, a chained prisoner, garlands of fruit and leaves, religious scenes, a medallion with an emperor's bust. - Very lightly browned, tiny tear in blank margin of one leaf, tiny ink-spots in blank margin of 2 leaves. A very good set with very large margins.[(4417)] [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Præfecturæ Trittow, Reinbeeck, Tremsbüttel et Steinhorst.

      *** Kobberstukket kort over området mellem Hamburg og Lübeck. 43,5 x 58,5 cm. Med indsat specialkort: " Grundriss von Oldesloh. Anno 1382 ". Kobberstiksarbejdet er udført af Andres Lorensen Rodtgiesser, Husum. Kortet er udgivet af Johannes Blaeu i Amsterdam ca. 1665. Gammel - formentlig samtidig - håndkolorering. Bagsidetekst på spansk. Papiret er med vertikal midterfold som ved udgivelsen. Papirmål : 45 x 62 cm. - Godt eksemplar.. Johannes Mejer (1606-1674), kartograf fra Husum i Slesvig.I perioden 1638 til 1648 opmålte han Slesvig og Holsten. En række af disse kort blev gengivet i bogen "Newe Landesbeschreibung der zwey Herzogthümer Sleswich und Holstein" med tekst af Caspar Danckwerth. Kortene var i sort / hvid og en kolorering vil derfor være senere. Oplagets størrelse kendes ikke, men der er vidnesbyrd om, at udover de aftalte eksemplarer blev der - uden Mejers godkendelse - fremstillet ialt ca. 21000 enkelttryk af hans kort.I 1656 erhvervede Johannes Blaeu i Amsterdam kobberpladerne, og han anvendte dem nogle år senere i sine store Atlasudgivelser på latin, fransk, hollandsk, tysk og spansk. I Blaeus udgaver har Johannes Mejers kort fået en titel på latin i stedet for tysk samt ( ofte, men ikke altid ) tekst på bagsiden - og de fleste eksemplarer er koloreret i samtiden.Johannes Mejers kort over Slesvig og Holsten fik en lang levetid: Frem til omkring år 1800 var de grundlaget for alle andre kort over Hertugdømmerne

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        Della Geografia Trasportata Al Morale. All ... (Monsignore) Gio. Paolo Zaccaria (etc.)

      Milano, A. Malatesta 1665.. 12°. Vort., Titelbl., 16 nn. Bll., 476 S., mit e. Zierrahmen u. e. Vignette am Titelblatt, sowie Kopfleisten, Vignetten, Initialen u. Schlußvignetten. Biegsamer Pappband d. Zeit, mit verblasster alter Rückenbeschriftung, Einband in gutem Zustand, geringer Wurmfraß im hinteren Vorsatz. Buchblock knapp u. etwas schief beschnitten, vermutlich wegen fehlerhafter Bogenfaltung Textverlust auf S. 159. Mit e. alten handschriftlichen Jahreszahl (1665) am Vortitel, Buchstaben von alter Hand am vorderen Spiegel u. e. alten Beschriftung am unteren Schnitt.. BN VIII,324. Vgl. DeBacker-S. I,975 (Ausg. Milano 1664). Diz. Encycl. d. lett. ital. I,274. BBKL 1,399 - B. (1608-1685), gilt als e. d. fruchtbarsten und auch literarisch bedeutsamsten jesuitischen Schriftsteller, e. Klassiker d. italienischen Prosa, der "si espresse in uno stilo fastoso e ridondante definito ... 'magnifico'". Unter seinen zahlreichen Werken fanden seine geschichtlichen und biographischen Arbeiten besondere Beachtung.

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        Opera) quae extant / ex recensione J.F. Gronovii. Cum variorum observationibus ab. A. Thysio collectis. (enth.:) Bellum Catilinarium sive de conjuratione Catilinae. Jugurtha, seu bellum Jugurthinum. Historiarum fragmenta. Operationes duae ad C. Caesarem. Declamatio in M. Tullium Ciceronem.

      Ex Officina Hackiana,, Lugd. Batav et Roterod (Leiden u. Rotterdam), 1665 - Lugd. Batav et Roterod (Leiden u. Rotterdam), Ex Officina Hackiana, 1665. 8°. 2 Bl. (24), 534, (46) S. (2) Bl. Mit gest. Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit (fleckig). Spätere Auflage der von Johannes Friedrich Gronovius (1577-1649) herausgegebenen Fassung, kommentiert von Antonius Thysius (1603-1665). Insgesamt gut erhaltene lateinische Ausgabe von Sallusts Werk mit einem schönen gestochenen Titelblatt. - Mit altem handschr. Namenszug auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz. Durchgehend leicht fleckig und im Schnitt gebräunt. - Résumé: Contemporary vellum (stained). Later edition published by Johannes Friedrich Grononvius with commentary by Antonius Thysius.- Fine copy with owner manuscript entry on endpaper. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin

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        L'Italie et les Isles circomuoisines Sicile, Sardagne, Corse. . .

      Paris 1665 - There is a water mark on the right hand portion of the map., Size : 435x540 (mm), 17.125x21.25 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring Very Good, central fold reinfrced

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        Ordonnantie des Coninghs op het Generael reglement van sijne Munte (I). (Bound with:) Beeldenaer ofte Figuer-boeck / dienende op de nieuwe Ordonnantie vander Munte / gearresteert ende uytgegeven by de Doorluchtige / Hooghe ende Mogende Heeren / de Staten Generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden. In welcke gherepresenteert zijn / alle de figueren vande Goude ende Silvere Munte / cours ende ganck hebbende in krachte der selver Ordonnantie / ende boven welcken gheene tot anderen prijse ontfanghen ofte besteet sullen mogen werden (II).

      Ad (I): Antwerpen; 1665 - ; By Francois Verdussen; (94) pp. of which 51 pp. with numerous woodcuts. Ad (II): s' Graven-haghe; 1615; By Hillebrant Iacobssz; (76) pp.; every page with numerous woodcuts. Bound in modern halfleather with marbled boards.* Both titles are seldom offered. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Maximes générales du Droict François divisées en Trois Livres. [ Maximes Générales du Droit Français ]

      Chez Pierre Trabouillet 1665 - Par M. Pierre de l'Hommeau, Sieur du Verger, Conseiller du Roy en la Senechaussée de Saumur, Avec les Notes & Observations de Me Paul Challine, Advocat en Parlement, sur les 285 dernières Maximes, sçavoir depuis la 161e Maxime du Troisième Livre iusques à la 445 e et dernière, 1 vol. in-4 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Pierre Trabouillet, Paris, 1665, 2 ff., 293-173 pp. et 30 ff. n. ch. (avec 2 ff. paginés reliés en fin d'ouvrage) Rare exemplaire de la dernière édition des "Maximes Générales du Droit Français" de Pierre de l'Hommeau, complétée par Paul Challines (reliure fort. frottée avec mq. au dos en mors et coiffe, qq. annotations d'époque, un petit travail de vers marginal n'affectant pas le texte en fin d'ouvrage). Ce classique est aujourd'hui devenu rare. Camus & Dupin, 1819, 732 Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L horo(logio)graphie curieuse, contenant diverses methodes,. pour faire promptenent, iustement et facilement toutes sortes d' horloges et cadrans. Avec.propositions de geometrie, astronomie, et geographie. Plus un traite curieux de geodesie. e du carrè astronomique.

      Iean Dupuis, Paris 1665 - [Figurato Orologi] (cm.15,5) ottima piena pelle dell' epoca, cuffie abilmente restaurate, nervi e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli a spruzzo.-- pp. 14 (bianca la prima) + c. 1 nn., pp. 119, pp. 154 + cc. 3 nn. + 22 tavv. f.t. finemente incise in rame con quadranti, meridiane, declinazioni e vari tipi di orologi e strumenti di misura del tempo. L' opera è divisa in due parti con in fine una copiosa tavola di indice. L' autore (1593-1668) gesuita, fu professore di filosofia e teologia, e pubblicò varie opere affini e curiose, tutte ben rare. Questa nostra apparve nel 1644, ebbe fortuna e varie edizioni per tutto il XVII sec. con addizioni e una variante numero di tavole illustrative. Probabile III edizione aumentata e veramente molto rara. Manca a: Libri, Lalande, Tardy, Houzeau-Lancaster, Cat. "L' art ancienne" 1926, Graesse e Poggendorf, che hanno tuti altre edizioni ma non la nostra. lieve e uniforme ombreggiatura, peraltro esemplare bello, fresco e ben completo. * De Becker-Sommervogel I, 1557; * Sotheran II Supplement I vol. 4025: "The autor's dials were constructed by meaus of the protractor and the astronomical square only"; * Stc. French (1601-1700) 1220.[f68] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Partie de lithuanie ou est le Palatinat de Nowogrodeck Litaiski, le Palatinat dem Bressici en Polesie

      Mariette, Pierre, Paris 1665 - Size : 410x560 (mm), 16.125x22 (Inches), Hand Colored, 0

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        L’asino d’oro di Lucio Apuleio Filosofo Platonico. Tradotto nuevamente in lingua volgare Dal Molt`Illust. Sign. Pompeo Vizani. 248pp. Nombreuses gravures en bois dans le texte. Reliure carton de l’époque. Bel exemplaire.

      In Venetia, Appresso Gio: Battista Brigna. MDCLXV 1665 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life of Mr. Rich. Hooker, the author of those learned books of the laws of ecclesiastical polity

      London: Printed by J. G[rismond] for Rich. Marriott, and are to be sold at his shop under the Kings-Head Tavern, over against the Inner Temple Gate in Fleetstreet, 1665 - First edition. 8vo. [22], 208 pp., including imprimatur leaf facing the title, and final leaf of errata. Nineteenth-century calf, gilt. Joints a bit rubbed; with repair at head of spine. A few upper margins closely cropped, generally a fine clean copy. Wing W670; Grolier Wither to Prior 953 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Atlas de 89 cartes ] Cartes particulières de la France et des Environs ; jusqu'où s'estend l'ancienne Gaule ; par les Dioecèses de ses Archeveschés, & Eveschés, qui respondent aux Parties, Regions, Provinces, & Principaux Peuples connus sous les Romains.

      Pierre Mariette 1665 - Par le Sieur Sanson d'Abbeville, Geographe ordinaire du Roy, 1 vol. in-folio reliure d'époque pleine basane marron, format 435 x 330 mm, dos à 6 nerfs orné, sans page de titre, Chez Pierre Mariette, Paris, ruë S. Iacques de l'Espérance, 1665 (date imprimée à la fin des tables) avec la table imprimée (2 ff. n. ch.), la plupart des cartes avec les frontières rehaussées en couleur, en double page [ 1648-1667 ], format des cartes variant de 355 x 450 mm à 440 x 560 mm. Rare exemplaire du fameux atlas de Sanson, bien complet de la table des matières imprimée datée de 1665. Par rapport à l'exemplaire-type fictif décrit par Mireille Pastoureau (elle n'en a consulté que des incomplets), qui contiendrait 86 cartes, notre exemplaires contient 75 des cartes signalées, à savoir l'intégralité des cartes de l'Atlas publiées jusqu'en 1667 (les autres cartes signalées par Mireille Pastoureau parurent postérieurement à cette date), auxquelles ont été jointes 14 cartes de Nicolas Sanson publiées avant 1667 et provenant des "Cartes generales de toutes les Parties du monde"). De la bibliothèque H. du Bosc avec ancien ex-libris gravé contrecollé en garde (reliure d'époque fort. frottée et épidermée avec mq. en coiffes, des mouill. parfois fortes, dont certaines colorées avec qq. traces de champignons sur qq. cartes). Bibliographie : Mireille Pastoureau, Les Atlas Français XVIe - XVIIe sièclesNotre exemplaire contient :1 - Le Royaume de France et ses acquisitions, chez Pierre Mariette, 1665 (Pastoureau : Sanson, VB 126) ; 2 - Gallia Vetus in partes II, regions IV, provincias XVII et populos, Lutetia MDCLVIII (1658) (Pastoureau, Sanson VI, 1 )3 - La France et les environs jusques à l'Estendue de l'Ancienne Gaule, 1658 (Pastoureau, Sanson VI, 2 daté de 1651)4 - Gouvernement général de la Picardie, Artois, Boulenois et pays reconquis, chez Pierre Mariette 1651 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 36)5 - L'Isle de France, Champagne, Lorraine, Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville geogr. du Roy, 1648 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 38)6 - Gouvernement général de l'Isle de France et pays circomvoisins, par le Sr. Sanson d'Abbeville, geogr. du Roy, A Paris, chez Pierre Mariette, 1651 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 127)7 - Champaigne et Brie, par N. Sanson, geographe du Roy, A Paris, chez Pierre Mariette (Pastoureau, Sanson V 128)8 - La Lorraine, et les Estats qui passent sous le nom de Lorraine, scav. le Duché de Lorraine, le duché de Bar, et les terres adjacentes au duc de Lorraine. Les Eveschés et Bailliage de Metz, Toul et Verdun, et autres terres circomvoisines à la France, par le Sr. Sanson d'Abbeville, 1661 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 129)9 - Les deux Bourgognes, duché et Comté. la Bresse, &c. la souveraineté de Dombes, le Nivernois, &c. par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, 1648 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 41)10 - Gouvernement Général du Lyonnois, suivant les derniers Estats Generaux ; où sont le Lyonnois, Forez, Beauiolois, Bourbonnois, Auvergne, La Marche, &c., A Paris, chez Pierre Mariette, rue de St Jacques à l'Espérance, s.d. (Pastoureau, Sanson V 42)11 - Palatinat du Thein, Alsace et partie de Souabe de Franconie, 1648 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 48)12 - L'Alsace, où conquestes du Roy en Allemagne, tant deçà que delà le Rhein, chez Pierre Mariette, 1666 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 130)13 - Estats de la succession de Cleves et Iuliers, par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, 1648 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 49)14 - Picardie et les Pays Bas catholiques &c par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, 1667 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 50)15 - Provinces Unies des Pays Bas par N. Sanson d'Abbeville 166. (Pastoureau, Sanson V 51 daté de 1648)16 - Les Suisses, les alliés des suisses et leurs suiets, par N. Sanson d'abbeville 1648 (Pastoureau, Sanson V 53)17 - Belgica in provincias quatuor, Chez P. Mariette, 1659 (Pastoureau, Sanson VI 63)18 - Belgica Prima cujus metropolis Augusta Treverorum. Province de Treves où sont les Dioeceses de l'Archevesché de Trèves, Toul et Verdun, par le Sr. Sanson, Chez P. Mariette, 1661 (Pastoureau, Sanson VI 65)19 - Caerasi in Treveris. Part [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Conférences de Cassien (2 Tomes - Complet) Traduites en François par le Sieur de Saligny, Docteur en Théologie.

      Chez Charles Savreux 1665 - Seconde édition, 2 vol. petit in-8 reliure de l'époque pleine basane mouchetée, dos à 4 nerfs dorés orné (fleurons), roulettes sur coupes, Chez Charles Savreux, à Paris, 1665, 26 ff., 432 pp. et 4 ff., pp. 433-924 (avec une erreur de placement dans 2 ff. préliminaires au second tome) Rare exemplaire des Conférences de Cassien, traduites par le janséniste Nicolas Fontaine sous le pseudonyme du Sieur de Saligny. Etat satisfaisant (fentes en mors et mq. en coiffes, bon état intérieur, ancien ex-libris ms. Domus Noviomi) Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ortelius Redivivus Et Continuatus oder Der Ungarische Kriegs-Empörungen. Ausführliche Beschreibung der Ungarischen und Siebenbürgischen Kriegs-Händel, Von Anno 1395. biß an das 1665.Jahr (2 Teile).

      Franckfurt am Mayn. verlegt durch Paul Fürsten,getr. bey Daniel Fievet, 1665. - mit Frontispiz, Porträtstich des Verfassers, mit zahlreichen Kupfern, 2°. 35,3 x 21,8 cm. 8 (Bl.), 431 (12) S./ 5 ( Seiten, Vorwort von Wilderich Freyherr von Walderdorff, Martin Meyer, In gutem Zustand. Einband etwas berieben, insbesondere die Rückenvergoldung mit Fehlstellen, Ecken bestoßen, Vortitel mit Eintrag von alter Hand, in Teil 1 fehlen die Seiten 311-312 mit drei Abbildungen, die Karte auf S. 188 ist beschädigt, im 2. Teil weist das 1. Blatt eine Fehlstelle mit Textverlust auf, viele der Abbildungen fehlen, darunter die Kupfer mit den Brust-Bildnissen, wurden aber nicht entfernt, sondern wohl aus Kostengründen von Anfang an nicht beigebunden, der Gesamtzustand ist bis auf die genannten Mängel sehr gut, die Abbildungen qualitätvoll. vollständiger Titel: Ortelius Redivivus Et Continuatus Oder Der Ungarische Kriegs-Empörungen / Historische Beschreibung / Darinnen enthalten Alles, was sich bey vorgenommenen Beläger- und Eroberungen der Städte. Vestungen und Schlösser, deßgleichen in veranlassten Schlachten und vorgelauffenen Scharmützeln, zwischen theils Christlichen Ungarischen Königen und dem Hochlöbl. Ertz-Hauß Oesterreich. alß auff einer . und dem Türcken und dessen Anhang, auff der andern Seiten, In Ober- und Nider-Ungarn Wie auch Siebenbürgen. Von dem 1395. biß in das1607. Jahr, und zwar biß nach glücklich wieder gestillter Botschkayschen Unruh, und dem darauff erfolgten längst verlangten Türkischen Friedens-Schluß, denkwürdig zugetragen.Wie solches alles zuvorhin mit Fleiß u8nd ordentlich (dergleichen vor nie4hmals in Truck außgegangen) zusammen gefasst und beschrieben worden, deurch den berühmten Historicum Herrn Hieronymus Ortelium Augustanum. Anitzo aber von neuem mit Fleiß wieder übersehen, von der vorigen unannehmlichen Redens-Art gesäubert und sehr verbessert. auch mit einer neuen Beschreibungf Deß gantzen Königreichs Ungarn, was nämlich für Provincien vormahls darzu gehörig gewesen, und was heutigen Tages davon noch in Christlichen Händen übrig ist. Mit einer Continuation, von dem 1607. biß an das 1665.Jahr, vermehret DurchMartin Meyern, Historiophilum. Mit etlich hoher Potentaten, Fürsten, Grafen, Herren, Kriegs-Generalen und Obersten Biuldnissen: Nebenst vielen vornehmen Kriegs-Actionen, Schlachten, Scharmützeln, Belägher- und Eroberungen unterschiedlicher Stätte, Schlösser und Vestungen, auch einer neuen vollkommenen Land-Charte deß Königreichs Ungarn, und größten theils der daran stossenden Provincien, biß an Konstantinopel, und andern denckwürdigen Sachen außgezieret, Seiten : 8 Bl.), 431(12) S./ 5 (Bl.), 362 (19) S. Einband auf 6 echten Bünden mit goldgeprägtem Rücken, Hardcover in Leder, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Document Signed ('Marie Terese'), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, 12 October 1665.

      - Appointing as head baker to her household Jacques Lannier (or Asnier) in succession his father, Antoine Lannier. Translation:'To the Grand Master and ordinary members of the Queen's household, and to you Accountant and General Treasurer of my house, Greetings. Let it be known that we hereby wish to gratify with our favour our much-loved Jacques Lannier, following the good reports we have received of his person. Herewith, for these reasons and opinions, we announce his appointment to the post of Ordinary Head Baker, which has fallen vacant, owing to the death of the previous incumbent of the said position, Antoine Lannier, his father.' 'We decree that the said Lannier be granted henceforth the enjoyment of all honours, authority, prerogatives, prominence, privileges, freedoms, exemptions, salaries, rights, profits and emoluments due to his role, in which we are certain that he will please us.' 'We therefore wish and command each of you, as appropriate, that having received from the said Lannier the sum due and traditional in such cases, you shall record and hold this investiture in the papers of my chamber with those of our other officers. The totality of the aforementioned honours, authorities, salaries, rights and emoluments, which he may use and enjoy fully and peacefully, should be paid to him out of the above-mentioned general treasury in the accustomed form and manner of our estate. Such is my wish. Given in Paris, this xii day of October, 1665. / Marie TereseBy Order of the QueenDe Brisacier'[Minute, in a lighter ink at the left-hand side:]'We, Edouard Colbert, seigneur of Villacerf and marquis of payens, King's counsellor, and superintendant of the Queen's household, certify to whom it may concern that Jacques Asnier (sic) Ordinary Head Baker to the aforementioned Lady our Queen, has today consigned to our keeping oaths of loyalty pertaining to the said position, heretofore referred to by Her Majesty. In recognition of which we hereby ratify and sign by our hand the said appointment. Made in Paris this 29 day of October 1665.Colbert de Villacerf.'

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        Historiarum quod extat : cum perpetuis Gronovii et variorum notis - [Other title; Historiae Romanae] - [Complete in 3 volumes]

      Amstelodami : apud L. et D. Elzevirios, 1665 [1664-65] - Physical description; 3v. (8o). Notes; Vol. 1 with engr. tp. Other names; Gronovius, Joannes Fridericus, the Elder, [edt.]. Elsevier, Daniel. Elsevier, Louis. Referenced by: CLC L1624. Willems, 1358. Language; Latin. Subject; Rome - History - Early works to 1800. Provenance; from the Weston Library with their bookplate. Very good copies all in the original, full aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with dark gilt-blocked labels; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 2 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: by Jo. Martyn, and Ja. Allestry, Printers to the Royal Society, and are to be sold at their Shop,, 1665. or some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies made by Magnifying Glasses. With Observations and Inquiries thereupon. Folio (300 × 192 mm). Contemporary calf, gilt arms to covers, rebacked to style with endpapers renewed. Red morocco-backed folding box. Licence leaf facing title expertly laid down on antique paper, title in red and black, 38 engraved plates (of which 15 are folding) after Hooke and Sir Christopher Wren (2 plates titled in manuscript, as the Horblit copy), woodcut headpieces and initials. With the gilt supralibros of the Society of Writers to the Signet on both covers; bookplate and library label of William Morehead. Boards rubbed, corners just worn, small repair to verso of first plate, some plates trimmed across the platemarks (as often) but without loss to the image; a very good copy. First edition, first issue, of this "early landmark in microscopy, containing the first illustration of cells [plate xi]" (Horblit). Published under the aegis of the Royal Society, Hooke's observations were the first to be carried out with an improved compound microscope, and the first to describe the microscopic structure of tissue with the term "cell". The book reproduces the almost frantic series of observations made by Hooke in 1663 and 1664 as the young scientist (he was still in his twenties) peered through the lenses of his new microscope at anything he could find. His text ranges widely, finding space for discussion of microscopic fungi, the life cycle of the mosquito, the origin of lunar craters, as well as the origin of fossils (Hooke's proposal is the first sensible one in print). There is also the discussion of light and colour which led to his bitter dispute with Newton. The extent of Hooke's investigation and the precision of his account entirely devoted to microscopical examination made Hooke's work "probably the most influential book in the entire history of microscopy" (Norman). But it is the justly famous series of plates, engraved mostly from Hooke's drawings with some probably by Sir Christopher Wren, which ultimately distinguishes the book, made it a contemporary bestseller, and kept Pepys up all night staring at it in amazement. Here are the tiny, unregarded components of everyday life – a stinging nettle, for example, a louse, or the famous flea – blown up with a startling degree of detail and exactness not to be equalled until the age of the electron microscope. This discovery of a new world-within-a-world had a profound influence on contemporary perceptions of the everyday world. The disorientating effect of the new perspective is memorably captured in Swift's descriptions of Lilliput and Brobdingnag in Gulliver's Travels.

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        Performed by Iohn Speede. Britain As It Was Devided in the tyme of the Englishe Saxons especially during their Heptarchy

      are to be sold by Roger Rea ye Elder and younger at ye Golden Crosse in Cornhill against ye Exchange, [1665]., [London], - Rare Roger Rea edition of Speed's Heptarchy Double-page engraved map, fine contemporary outline hand colour, upper left and right margin skilfully repaired. The map bears the imprint of Roger Rea the Elder and Younger. The Reas had purchased the rights to Speed's work form William Garrett in 1589, who had previously purchased them from the widow of William Humble in the same year. Skelton suggests that the father and son intended a new edition of the atlas for the Restoration, of 1660. However, the atlas would appear not to have been published until 1665. This is borne out by an advertisement in the Term Catalogue by the subsequent owners of the plates, Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell, in 1675:"Mr John Speed's. Geography of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. together with his Prospect. all in one entire Volume, hath been, for seven Years past, out of Print, the greatest part of an Impression, then newly Printed, being destroyed by the late dreadful Fire, 1666". This is borne out by the rarity of the Rea edition of the atlas. There is evidence that they planned an edition of 1666, as there are impressions of Sussex, Buckingham and Derby, with Rea's imprint, which bear that date. Rea would later sell the plates to Bassett and Chiswell, who would publish a new edition in 1676. Skelton 81.

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