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        Hahnenkamm. Celosia cristata.

      - Gouache, über Bleistiftskizze, auf Bütten. 32,4 x 24,9 cm. Zu den Rändern hin etwas gebräunt. Verso bezeichnet „Kopetzky", vielleicht als alter Besitzvermerk zu verstehen. Der bedeutende Porträtmaler Johann Kopetzky (1667 – 1740) war seit 1723 in Nürnberg ansässig und dürfte die „Dietzschin" persönlich gekannt haben. Der Hahnenkamm ist im tropischen Asien heimisch und wurde um 1570 in Europa eingeführt. Er ist auch heute noch als Zierpflanze verbreitet. Die aus einer Künstlerfamilie stammende, international bekannte Malerin und Zeichnerin Barbara Regina Dietzsch war die älteste Tochter des Malers, Zeichners und Radierers J.I. Dietzsch (1681-1754). Ihre Ausbildung erhielt sie wie ihre Schwester Margarete Barbara (1726-1795) sowie ihre fünf jüngeren Brüder in der Werkstatt des Vaters. Mehrmals wurde ihr die Position einer Hofmalerin an europäischen Fürstenhöfen angeboten, die sie jedoch immer ablehnte. 1775 hatte sie einen Schlaganfall, der sie jedoch nicht davon abhielt bis 1781 weiterzuarbeiten. Ihr Hauptbeschäftigungsfeld waren die im 18. Jahrhundert beliebten Darstellungen von Vögeln, Insekten, Blumen und Landschaften sowie Jagdszenen und Porträts, die sich durch Detailgenauigkeit und -freude auszeichnen. In Nürnberg, zu dieser Zeit „Hochburg des naturwissenschaftlichen Verlags- und Illustrationswesens" fanden ihre Arbeiten großen Absatz und hatten vorbildhaften Charakter für die naturgeschichtliche Kabinettmalerei.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        L'invasion de la ville du Mans par les religionnaires en l'année mille cinq cens soixante et deux. Conversation par escrit à Mr D.R.A.C.

      Louis Pequineau, Au Mans 1667 - In-8. Collation : 124, (1) pp. Maroquin violet foncé, dos à nerfs orné, filets d'encadrement sur les plats, tête dorée. (Reliure du XIXe.). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Première édition. Claude Blondeau était avocat au Mans. "On racontait que le séjour des protestants dans la ville du Mans avait été signalé par d'affreuses déprédations ; on leur imputait une foule de crimes plus ou moins vraisemblables. Blondeau eut le courage de contredire la tradition. Sans nier les faits réels, c'est-à-dire le pillage de quelques abbayes, la dévastation des églises, quelques délits individuels dont la responsabilité ne peut être équitablement attribuée aux partis, il fit le récit des événements avec une entière indépendance, sans plus ménager les catholiques que les protestants. Cela ne convint pas à tout le monde. Ce que les catholiques lui pardonnèrent le moins, ce fut d'avoir raconté comme un fait naturel la retraite précipitée des protestants, le 11 ou le 12juillet 1562. Maîtres de la ville du Mans, les calvinistes y avaient comprimé toute résistance, quand on les vit un certain jour, sans motifs connus et comme pris d'une subite terreur, traverser la Sarthe au Pont- Ysoir, et quitter la ville pour n'y plus revenir. Or, en ce jour, les catholiques célébraient la fête annuelle de sainte Scholastique, sainte particulièrement vénérée dans l'Église du Mans ; on n'hésita donc pas à croire que la retraite imprévue des protestants avait été l'oeuvre mystérieuse de la céleste patronne, et cette croyance devint traditionnelle. Blondeau rejeta ce prodige." (Haureau, Histoire littéraire du Maine). Une seconde partie : "Religionnaire attaqué et défendu, dissertation critique" occupe les pages 97 à 124. Provenance : Des ardilliers (signature sur la page de titre). La même main a ajouté sur la titre "par C. B." C'était un parent de l'auteur, puisque la famille "Blondeau des Ardilliers" est attestée par Le Paige dans son Dictionnaire du Maine, publié au XVIIIe et comme le signale une note au crayon sur une page de garde, contemporaine de la reliure. Deux mots ont été ajoutés à la plume, certainement par des Ardilliers (pp. 24, 28). Le feuillet M4 en tête de la seconde partie n'a pas été conservé par le relieur, il s'agit très certainement d'un feuillet blanc. Très rare. Page de titre doublée, coin supérieur des trois premiers feuillets réparés, sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire, relié par Pinot, relieur au Mans au XIXe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Satyrischer Pilgram, das ist: Kalt und Warm, Weiß und Schwarz, Lob und Schand über guths und böß, Tugend und Laster, auch Nutz und Schad vieler Ständt und Ding der Sichtbarn und Unsichtbarn der Zeitlichen und Ewigen Welt.,

      Leipzig, Grisenius / Fromannen 1667 (Vorwort dat. 1666). 2 Teile in 1 Bd. 12°. 11 Bll., 154, 152 S. Schlichtes Halbleder im Stil d. Zt. auf 3 echten Bünden. Gestoch. Frontispiz fehlend! Titelblatt mit Fehlstelle (Papieransatz) am unt. Eck (dadurch letzte Ziffer (7) der Jahreszahl fehlend). Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen veröffentliche seine Bücher bis auf wenige Ausnahmen unter Pseudonymen, Anagrammen, die er aus seinem Namen bildete: Melchior Sternfels von Fuchshaim", "Simon Leugfrisch von Hartenfels", "Michael Rechulin von Sehmsdorff", "German Schleifheim von Sulsfort", "Israel Fromschmidt von Hugenfelß", "Erich Stainfels von Grufensholm", "Philarchus Grossus von Trommenheim", schließlich "Samuel Greifnson von Hirschfeld". Erst 1837, 150 Jahre nach dem Tod des Dichters, gelang es Heinrich Kurz diese Anagramme zu entschlüsseln und verschiedene, bis dahin verstreute Werke auf den einen Autor zurückzuführen. Seine kurze, sehr produktive, schriftstellerische Laufbahn, begann Grimmelshausen spät 1666, 10 Jahre vor seinem Tod mit dem "Satyrischen Pilgram". Ein zweiter Teil, der hier angefügt ist, erschien im Folgejahr. Das Erstlingswerk des Verfassers hatte wenig Erfolg. Drei Jahre später, 1669 erschien die Erstausgabe des "Simplizissimus Teutsch". VD17 23:233068K - Laut Dünnhaupt (S. 1834, 2. I. 1) wurde der Teil 2 nur einem Teil (dem noch nicht verkauften) der Exemplare beigebunden. --- RARISSIMUM!

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        Fabularum Aesopiarum libri quinque; notis perpetuis illustrati, & cum integris aliorum observationibus. in lucem editi à Johanne Laurentio

      Amsterdam: Apud Johannem Janssonium à Waesberge & viduam Elizei Weyerstraet, 1667. First illustrated edition in the Netherlands. Additional engraved allegorical title-page by Chr. Hagens. and 103 large engraved ignettes in the text. [64], 462, [206] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Full contemporary vellum (slightly soiled), edges sprinkled red. Approximately 20 leaves affected by dark stain at inner margin in Index, otherwise an attractive copy, text and illustrations quite fresh. First Illustrated Dutch Edition Fine copy of this first illustrated Dutch edition of Phaedrus, the 1st centry A.D. freed slave who rendered Aesop into Latin verse. The charm of his verses had a certain popular impact ithrough the 16th aand 17th centuries, and numerous edition appeared, especially tailored for younger readers. Phaedrus was "not a very creative artist, yet in the history of the fable he occupies an important place" (Oxford Classical Dictionary). The fine, profusely illustrated edition is the first in the Netherlands to be illustrated.

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        Reginae Christianissmae Iura in Ducatum Brabantiae, et Alios Ditionis Hispanicae Principatus

      1667. No place, 1667. Titlepage, (iii),293pp. Contemporary mottled calf. A beautiful wide-margined copy of this work. The War of Devolution (1667?-1668) saw Louis XIV's French armies overrun the Hapsburg controlled Spanish Netherlands. Louis's claims to the Spanish Netherlands were tenuous. His wife, Maria Theresa, the daughter of Philip IV, had renounced her rights of a Spanish inheritance in return for a large dowry at the time of her marriage. The dowry had yet to be paid, however. When Philip died in 1665, Louis' lawyers justified Louis's possible claims by arguing that, while Spanish laws of succession meant the throne of Philip IV would pass to his son Charles II, ancient laws of Duchy of Brabant ruled that the Spanish Netherlands could "devolve" to Philip's daughter from his first marriage, Louis's wife. France pressed the claim in 1667 and the present work was a kind of war announcement. The Latin edition was published the same year as the French one.

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        Les Pseaumes de David

      Charenton: Antoine Cellier, 1667. Cellier's woodcut device on title-page, printed music throughout. 12mo. Contemporary citron morocco, covers with outer border of double fillet and small border roll, covers tolled all over with solid drawer-handles, lines, circles and dots, and pointillé volutes, spine in six compartments with raised bands, compartments tooled with corner curls and a central ornament of small tools, small nick to head of spine, loss to gilt in a few spots on rear cover, else fine. A French Protestant Binding from the Atelier de Charenton A beautiful example of a French Protestant binding in the style of Antoine Ruette, produced at the Protestant Temple of Charenton. The Temple - built in 1606 and destroyed in 1685 after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes - contained a courtyard that housed 10 Protestant booksellers and binders.

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        TONNEEL DER WERELDTSE RAMPSALIGHEDEN VERTOONENDE GODTS WRAAKE, OVER DE ROEPENDE EN VERFOEYELIJKE ZONDE DER MOEDTWILLIGE EN VOOR-BE-DACHTE MOORDERY,

      t'Amsterdam, Voor Gerrit van Goedesbergh, 1667**. Gebonden, origineel eigentijds perkament met drie nerven op rug, titelindruk nog gedeeltelijk leesbaar, originele titelpagina met vignet, frontispice ontbreekt, 100 x 160mm., 888pp., 30 gravures, 240 scènes.Welkers wonderlijke ontdekkingen en gestrenge straffe beschreven worden in XXX. bezondere jammerlijke Historien : vervattende veel droevige en gedenkwaardige Geschiedenissen : Historische, Zedelijke en Goddelijke lessen. Nu vertaalt door J.G. Eerste druk.

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        "Abbildung der Churfürstlichen Residentz Statt München in Bayern 1667". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, rechts gestochene Erklärungen 1 - 31, im unteren Rand sechszeilige Legende.

      . Kupferstich von Lukas Schnitzer bei Paulus Fürst, dat. 1667, 30,5 x 38,5 cm.. Fauser 9273; Slg. Proebst 3. - Am Rand unterhalb des sechszeiligen Lobspruchs auf München schlägt eine alte Tintenbeschriftung leicht durch.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        The Island of Candia [Crete] with Candia capital city of the Island of the same name. "Candie ville Métropolitaine de l'isle de même nom " & " Isle de Candie

      Greece: Paris P du Val. " Chez l'Auteur, en l'Isle du Palais , sur Quay de l'Horologe, au coin de la rue Harlay." 1667. Copper engraved map and town plan of Crete and Iraklion, by Pierre du Val from his Atlas " Cartes De Géographie Les Plus Nouvelles Et Les Plus Fidèles." Modern colour; verso blank. 2 on 1 plate. A scarce sheet from du Val's atlas, the upper plan showing the fortifications of the city of Iraklion; the map showing the divisions of the island with the islands of Milos, Sikinos, Folegandros, Ios, Santorini, Anafi and Astipalea, to the north. Compass rose to sea. Good impression; odd spots; dampstain to edge of upper margin; remargined to sides with paper of the same atlas; numerous folds and creases; lower map with long crease through island with some holes, backed at some time with old paper [ the description of Candia from the same atlas, but sadly with the text face down so verso blank]. Condition not perfect but acceptable for such a scarce map. Pierre Du Val (1619-1683) was one of the most influential and prolific mapmakers and publishers working in Paris in the third quarter of the seventeenth century. He was the nephew of Nicolas Sanson, the leading French mapmaker of the period, and Geographer to the King of France from 1650. He was also responsible for providing maps for other Parisian editors of the period; Jollain, de Fer and Berey amongst others. The early years of Du Val's career were devoted to his atlas projects, while later in his career he was to concentrate on separately published, and often multi-sheet, maps. His first atlas was the Cartes Geographiques Methodiquement Divisees published in 1654. This contained only a few of Du Val's own maps with the others comprising those of Sanson, Briet, Boisseau and even those of the earlier Dutch mapmakers, Mercator, Blaeu, Hondius and Jansson. The atlas was re-issued in 1655 and 1667, and the title was altered to "Cartes De Géographie Les Plus Nouvelles Et Les Plus Fidèles." These later issues contained more of Du Val's own maps but were still very much supplemented by the maps of other makers. Du Val also specialised in producing parlour games, games designed to teach geography and even snakes and ladders! Small sized works also formed part of his output as did geographical tables, genealogies and chronologies. Other early works by Du Val included La Geographie Francoise, La Geographie Universelle, Cartes Pours Les Itineraires and Cartes Des Provinces Eschues A La Reine amongst others. After his death in 1683 the business was continued first by his widow Marie Desmaretz and then by his daughters. This edition not in Zacharakis [ Zacharakis:3558/2314 later edition] Greece Crete Candia Iraklion Cyclades Milos Sikinos Folegandros Santorini Anafi Astapalea

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        L'Ethiopie Inferieure. "Æthiopia Inferior vel Exterior. Partes magis Septentrionalis, quæ hic desiderantur, vide tabula Æthipiæ Superioris

      Africa: Amsterdam: Jean Blaeu, 1667. Copper engraved map of South Africa from the second French text edition of Blaeu's " Atlas Major" or " La Grand Atlas.." Vol 10 . Original outline colour; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche; native Africans holding a buffalo skin, monkeys and turtles at their feet; elephants to Mozambique, and buffalos and monkeys to interior; large ships and turtle to seas. Dark impression; clean and bright ; minor spots and pain spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. Koeman I Bl 59. F. 6.[205] Africa South Africa

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        Candia, Capital of the Kingdom " Candie, Capitalle du Royaume

      Greece: Paris chez l'Autheur. without date. [1667-1694].. Copper engraved panaoramic view of Iraklion from "Les Glorieuses Conquetes de Louis de Grand.." Modern colour; verso blank. The impressive view of Iraklion is surrounded by a decorative faux frame. Printed from two copper plates the upper half has an ornate garland with swags of leaves suspending an empty locket/frame [a portrait of Louis XIV was intended to be within the frame with his coat of arms suspended below from the small brass ring]. In the lower half a view of Iraklion from the sea with a key below to important edifices within the city. Good Impression, printed on thick laid paper; minor spotting, mainly to blank margins, a couple within the image; two short tears to right edge. {repaired with archival tape to verso]. Chevalier de Beaulieu (1612? -1674) Sébastien Beaulieu of Pontault (c. 1612 - 1674 ), Mr. Beaulieu le Donjon and Knight of the Order of St. Michael, known as the Knight of Beaulieu, was Field Marshal and military engineer in the service of Louis XIV of France . He published the "Little Beaulieu" (series of maps and profiles) and the first plates of "Les Glorieuses Conquêtes de Louis le Grand, Roy de France et de Navarre, ou sont representées les cartes, profils, plans des villes avec leurs attaques, combats, batailles et victoires, prises, et remportées sur ses ennemis, tant par mer que par terre, ", 2 vol. 4 volumes fol., Paris, chez the Autheur, nd [1667-1694]. Known in successive editions as the Grand Beaulieu, it is a huge collection of maps and plans of sieges, battles and expeditions reign of Louis XIV of France from the Battle of Rocroi to making Namur ( 1,643th - 1,692 ) . Beaulieu, with the help of different writers, produced and published the plates in 1646 . Unfinished at his death it was continued by his niece, Reine des Roches Beaulieu, and her husband with other partners concluding the work in 1694. It includes valuable material on the Reapers' War and on the Nine Years War in Catalonia . The maps and plans of fortifications and terrain of the battlefields that he drew and recorded have led to Beaulieu being considered one of the creators of military topography. see Zacharakis:246/135, for details of the map from the same work. Greece Crete Candia Iraklion

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        Elementorum myologiæ specimen, seu musculi descriptio geometrica. Cui accedunt canis carchariæ dissectum caput, et dissectus piscis ex canum genere.

      Firenze, Ex Typographia sub signo Stellæ, 1667. Liten folio. (8) + 122 s. + Errata. 7 plansjer, hvorav 3 foldede i tresnitt, og 4 i kobberstikk. Geometriske tresnitt i teksten. 1800-talls kartonert bd. med pergamentrygg. Rødfarget snitt. Ex libris på forsats. Plansje Nr. II fagmessig restaurert.. 19th century half vellum. Small folio. 7 plates (3 folding woodcut and 4 engraved). Plate No II skilfully repaired. Bookplate on front paste down

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        OBSERVATIONES ILLUSTRATAE DECISIONIBUS SACRI SUPREMI REGII ARAGONUM CONSILI

      - Observationes illustrae decisionibus Sacri Supremi Regii Aragonum Consilii, Supremi Consilii S. Cruciatae, et Regiae Audientiae Valentinae.- Antuerpiae, Typis Petri Belleri, 1667; en folio pergamino a la romana de época restaurado, 12 hojas de preliminares incluida portada con viñeta grabada, 766 páginas y 42 hojas de Indices. Una viñeta en 2ª hoja y capitulares grabadas. Impresión a dos columnas. Palau nº 64354

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        Varii europae eventus compendiarie descripti ab anno 1643 usque ad annum 1659.

      - Monteregali, typis Francisci Mariae Gislandi, 1667-1668. Due parti in un volume. 8vo (168 mm.). Perg. coeva, nome dell'autore e titolo ms. al dorso. Bella antiporta inc., (16),392 + (6),79 (recte 80),(10) pp. - Una riparazione alla parte bassa del dorso, il margine esterno dell'occhietto scurito e con una piccola mancanza di carta, in parte con leggere fioriture, più estese all'inizio. Raro.

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        La science curieuse, ou traité de la chyromance, récueilly des plus graves autheurs qui ont traité de cette matiere, & plus exactement recherché qu'il n'a esté cy-devant par aucun autre. Enrichi d'un grand nombre de figures pour la facilité du lecteur. Ensemble la methode de s'en pouvoir servir.

      Paris: François Clousier, 1667 - Seconde édition, petit in-4; [3 ff.], 211 p.; 90 planches gravées in fine. Reliure ancienne en vélin ivoire à recouvrements, gardes renouvelées, pièce de titre au dos. Bel exemplaire. Important traité de chiromancie, science de la divination fondée sur l'étude des lignes de la main. La majorité des 90 planches gravées contenant chacune 16 figures, ce sont quelque 1200 mains qui sont analysées dans l'ouvrage. L'édition originale, identique, fut publiée deux ans auparavant. Caillet 10053. Dorbon 4479: "l'un des meilleurs traités de chiromancie du XVIIème siècle." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Philosophia Naturalis. [Manuscript on paper, ca. 1680. Small 4to (215 x 150 mm), 280 leaves, ff. 140v-141 and 257v-258 blank. Latin text in a neat cursive hand with many illustrative diagrams in the text. Watermarks: Heawood, Padua 2597, 2598, 2599 & Venice, 1895, 2864, 3102, 3104. Contemporary vellum-backed boards covered in paper with decorative floral motifs, faint damp stain on the last few leaves otherwise a fine copy in entirely original condition].

      Important scientific manuscript, the text of lectures delivered by Rinaldini at the University of Padua, where he served as professor of natural philosophy for 30 years from 1667. Rinaldini had been a close friend of Galileo at Pisa, and was the first to lecture there on his discoveries. As well as discussions of Galileo's work, the present manuscript also contains an account of Rinaldini's own important discoveries, including that of the convection of heat. Among other authors cited and discussed are Brahe, Barrow, Borelli, Boyle, Copernicus, Descartes, Gassendi, Kepler, Riccioli and Torricelli. Rinaldini is an important transitional figure, presenting in this manuscript Aristotelian ideas alongside those of the 'new science' of Galileo and his supporters, to whose circle he belonged.<br/><br/> <i>Provenance</i>: Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792 - 1872), with his signature and the catalog number 9608 on the title. Scholar and bibliophile, Phillipps was the most important collector of books and, especially, manuscripts of the nineteenth century, his collection containing some sixty thousand manuscripts at its peak.<br/><br/> "Carlo Rinaldini (spelled Renaldini in the titles of his books, all of which are in Latin), [was] born in Ancona in 1615 to a family that originated in Sienna. After serving as a military engineer in the forces of Urban VIII and Innocent X, he became senior professor of philosophy at Pisa, and also taught mathematics to the young prince, Cosimo. In 1667, on the pretext that the climate of Pisa did not suit him, he obtained permission to depart and took up the chair of philosophy at Padua in December of that year at about twice his former salary, which may explain his preferences as to climate. He stayed there for thirty years and retired to Ancona shortly before his death in 1698" (Middleton, <i>Experimenters</i>, pp. 34-5). Rinaldini knew Galileo personally, and "he was the first to have the courage to lecture at Pisa on the works of Galileo, which had been condemned by the Holy Office, and on the atomistic philosophy of Gassendi, which was suspect because of its derivation from Epicurus. To the Academy [i.e. the <i>Accademia del Cimento</i>] he proposed an experiment to determine whether heat diffuses spherically.... His interpretation of this experiment makes him the discoverer of convection in air. He was also one of those chosen to examine the draft of the <i>Saggi</i>" (<i>ibid</i>.).<br/><br/> The manuscript is divided into three parts, and covers all aspects of natural philosophy, with descriptions of experiments and illustrations of the scientific instruments used. It begins with a detailed analysis of the atomism of Democritus, advocated by Rinaldini's contemporary Pierre Gassendi. Rinaldini accepts these ideas, which form the basis of his particulate theory of matter. This is followed by the most extensive part of the manuscript, devoted to the analysis of the properties of air and of the vacuum. This begins on p. 57, on the last line of which "the eminent philosopher and mathematician" Torricelli is quoted, and the following pages explain at length the experiment performed by Torricelli in 1644 to prove the existence of the vacuum, enriched by illustrations on pp. 62 & 67 depicting the instruments used. On pp. 70-71 are described the famous Magdeburg experiment of 1657, when two plates placed sufficiently close together cannot be separated. Following this are descriptions of the air-pump built by Boyle and Hooke in 1659 and of experiments performed with it. Boyle attended a meeting of the <i>Accademia</i> in 1660 and may have met Rinaldini there. Rinaldini discussed Torricelli's experiments in a famous letter to Boyle of 1 September, 1668 (Boyle, <i>Correspondence</i>, Vol. 4, pp. 91-5). <br/><br/> Rinaldini next considers the nature of the heavens, beginning on p. 236 with the nature of comets. Galileo, who is mentioned on p. 276, incorrectly believed that comets are optical phenomena, and Rinaldini's discussion includes genuine optical phenomena such as the rainbow and parhelia (now known as 'sun dogs'). This is followed by a discussion of 'new stars' on pp. 285-8, including the supernova observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572 and those of 1618 which were the subject of the dispute between Galileo and Grassi. In the second book on the nature of the heavens, Rinaldini considers several 'world systems', ancient, Ptolemaic, Copernican and Brahean. Here he had to be careful, lecturing in a city in which Bishop Barbarigo was Chancellor: his statement that "The greatest innovation was introduced by Nicolaus Copernicus" is quickly followed by "I dare not approve the Copernican system, as condemned by the church." <br/><br/> The remaining parts of the book deal with 'The Elements', i.e. Air, Earth, Fire and Water, and 'On birth and death,' the nature of generation, corruption, constancy and decline. <br/><br/> Rinaldini published two voluminous books on 'Natural Philosophy'. Of his 1681 work <i>Philosophia Rationalis, Naturalis, atque Moralis</i>, only the first part, titled "Tomus Primus," appeared. This first volume was devoted to dialectics, rhetoric, and poetics, and is unrelated to the subjects covered in the present manuscript. His three-volume <i>Naturalis Philosophia</i> (1693-4) covers a range of material similar to that in the manuscript, but at much greater length, amounting to more than 1600 printed folio pages. The present manuscript is presumably a record of lectures given by Rinaldini which he expanded to form the published work. There is absolutely no doubt that the author is Rinaldini: the general style and his quotations from ancient poets and philosophers are clearly identified with those in his published works. The manuscript may well be in Rinaldini's own hand, but we have not been able to establish that beyond doubt. The only internal evidence is a note on p. 154 in which the writer states that he was a student, at a young age, of Antonio Rocco, <i>olim venerandus Praeceptor meus</i> [my revered teacher]. Antonio Rocco (1586 - 1653) was an Italian priest and teacher of philosophy. If the hand is not Rinaldini's, it is presumably that of a student or amanuensis. A candidate for the latter may be Giovanni Battista Sancti, who is described on its title page as the editor of <i>Naturalis Philosophia</i> and as Rinaldini's amanuensis. <br/><br/> Dating of the manuscript is based on the works cited and commented upon, and supported by the watermarks which are similar to those used in the Veneto area in the mid-seventeenth century. <br/><br/> A full transcription and Italian translation is available on request. <br/><br/> Clelia Pighetti, <i>Il vuoto e la quiete</i>, 2005; C. Pighetti, 1988; Ugo Baldini, "Tra due paradigmi? La Naturalis philosophia di Carlo Rinaldini", in L. Pepe (ed.), <i>Galileo e la scuola galileiana nelle Università del Seicento</i>, 2011; W. E. Knowles Middleton, Carlo Rinaldini and the discovery of convection in air, <i>Physis</i>, 1968; <i>ibid., The Experimenters</i>, 1971. For A. Rocco, cf. Galilei, <i>Opere</i>, edited by Favaro, Vol VII, p. 568 et seq

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        TONNEEL DER WERELDTSE RAMPSALIGHEDEN VERTOONENDE GODTS WRAAKE, OVER DE ROEPENDE EN VERFOEYELIJKE ZONDE DER MOEDTWILLIGE EN VOOR-BE-DACHTE MOORDERY,

      t'Amsterdam, Voor Gerrit van Goedesbergh, 1667** - Gebonden, origineel eigentijds perkament met drie nerven op rug, titelindruk nog gedeeltelijk leesbaar, originele titelpagina met vignet, frontispice ontbreekt, 100 x 160mm., 888pp., 30 gravures, 240 scènes. Welkers wonderlijke ontdekkingen en gestrenge straffe beschreven worden in XXX. bezondere jammerlijke Historien : vervattende veel droevige en gedenkwaardige Geschiedenissen : Historische, Zedelijke en Goddelijke lessen. Nu vertaalt door J.G. Eerste druk. 777 g.

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        Hahnenkamm. Celosia cristata.

      . Gouache, über Bleistiftskizze, auf Bütten. 32,4 x 24,9 cm. Zu den Rändern hin etwas gebräunt. Verso bezeichnet "Kopetzky", vielleicht als alter Besitzvermerk zu verstehen. Der bedeutende Porträtmaler Johann Kopetzky (1667 - 1740) war seit 1723 in Nürnberg ansässig und dürfte die "Dietzschin" persönlich gekannt haben. Der Hahnenkamm ist im tropischen Asien heimisch und wurde um 1570 in Europa eingeführt. Er ist auch heute noch als Zierpflanze verbreitet.. Die aus einer Künstlerfamilie stammende, international bekannte Malerin und Zeichnerin Barbara Regina Dietzsch war die älteste Tochter des Malers, Zeichners und Radierers J.I. Dietzsch (1681-1754). Ihre Ausbildung erhielt sie wie ihre Schwester Margarete Barbara (1726-1795) sowie ihre fünf jüngeren Brüder in der Werkstatt des Vaters. Mehrmals wurde ihr die Position einer Hofmalerin an europäischen Fürstenhöfen angeboten, die sie jedoch immer ablehnte. 1775 hatte sie einen Schlaganfall, der sie jedoch nicht davon abhielt bis 1781 weiterzuarbeiten. Ihr Hauptbeschäftigungsfeld waren die im 18. Jahrhundert beliebten Darstellungen von Vögeln, Insekten, Blumen und Landschaften sowie Jagdszenen und Porträts, die sich durch Detailgenauigkeit und -freude auszeichnen. In Nürnberg, zu dieser Zeit "Hochburg des naturwissenschaftlichen Verlags- und Illustrationswesens" fanden ihre Arbeiten großen Absatz und hatten vorbildhaften Charakter für die naturgeschichtliche Kabinettmalerei.

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        OPERA : Ortus medicinae, id est initia physicae inaudita, progressus medicinae novus in morboruurn utlionem ad vitam longam & Toparchae in royenborch, pellines, &c. opuscula medica inavdita. de lithiasi, de febribus, de humoribus galeni, de peste.

      - Lyon, Joan Ant. Huguetan & Guillielmi Barbier, 1667. In folio plein veau du temps restauré, dos à nerfs et caissons dorés, tranches mouchetées, illustrations : page de titre avec portrait double de l&#146;auteur en médaillons, métaphores et blasons encadrant le titre, bandeaux, lettrines historiées, frises, culs de lampe, 2 ff (verbo), 8 ff (amico), pars I 487 pp, pars II 192 pp, 18 ff (index rerumet verborum), 11 ff (index rerum memorabilium) ; 4ème édition. Reliure restaurée sur les plats, un coin amorti, 1trou d&#146;insecte en bordure inférieure de la page de garde à la p. 239 ; auréole à la jointure des pages jusqu&#146;à la page 143 ; déchirure sans manque p. 139 ; défaut du papier en bordure de 2 ff. de l&#146;index - erreur de pagination : 19 au lieu de 23 ; p. 35 numérotée deux fois, dans la seconde partie de l&#146;ouvrage p. 183 et 185 interverties.Chimiste, physiologiste et médecin flamand, Jan B. Helmont (1577 - 1644) eut le grand mérite d&#146;avoir établi un pont entre l&#146;alchimie et la chimie ; malgré ses penchants mystiques et sa croyance en la pierre philosophale, il respecta l&#146;enseignement de W. Harvey et celui de Galilée. Il fut un observateur minutieux et un expérimentateur précis. Ses oeuvres complètes furent publiées en 1648 par son fils Franz Merkurius. Lyon, 1667. Fo in full calf, gilt calf with gilt panels, engraving tittle page with the author double portrait in medals, metaphors & armorial, head bands, tail pieces, borders, ornamented initials , printed in double columns, [2 ], [8] 487 & 192 p. [18], [11], 4th edition. Flaw : restaured binding on the boards, one corner bumped, raised bound spine with gilt panels, spotted edges ; one small wormhole from p.1 to 239 on border ; inner margin dampstain from 1rst to p. 143 ; tear without loss on p. 139 ; paper flaw on the 2 last pages ; error of pagination : 19 instead of 23, p. 35 twice, p. 183 & 185 reversed (part 2 off the book). Otherwise a fine copy. J.B. Van Helmont chemist, physionomist and flemish doctor. He built a bridge between alchemy and chemistery. Despite his mysticisum & his belief in philosopher stone, he respected the teatching of W. Harvey and Gallileo. He was a minut observer and experimentator. His complete works were published in 1648 by his son Franz Mercurius. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        D'Engelse trompette verbrydende t'onverghelijck ende onwinbaer beleydt vanden Prince Robert ende Hertogh van Albemarle gheseyt Monck inden seer memorabelen zeeslagh ghelevert den 4. Augustus nieuwen stijle 1666. Tusschen de seer vreesbare vloote vanden grooten monarch van Engelandt. Ghecommandert door de voorseyde onwinbaere helden, ende die vande .. Vereenighde Nederlanden in dit haer 1667 van de zeesche oorloghe dienende tot een voorbeeldt aenden Hertogh van Beaufort hooft-admirael vande vloote. Naer de eerste Fransche copije ghedruckt tot Parijs.

      (No pl., 1667). Modern wrappers. 4to. 14 pp.The naval St James' Day Battle (also known as the St James' Day Fight), the Battle of the North Foreland and the Battle of Orfordness) took place on 25 July 1666 - St James' day in the Julian calendar then in use in England (4 August 1666 in the Gregorian calendar), during the Second Anglo-Dutch War and was fought between fleets of England, commanded jointly by Prince Rupert of the Rhine and George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle, and the United Provinces commanded by Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruyter. In the Netherlands, the battle is known as the Two Days' Battle.The battle was a clear English victory. Dutch casualties were enormous, about 1,200 men had been killed or seriously wounded. - (Margins cut short, soiled). - Rare.Only one copy known in the Ghent University Library; not in Cat. NHSM and Knuttel.

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        Praxis archiepiscopalis Curiae Neapolitanae / auctore M. Antonio Genuense ...

      Venetiis : apud Guerilios, 1667, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy bound in late 19th-century, vellum-backed, modern boards. Some black surface stains on the spine cover. Minor dulling to ther spine and panel edges. New endpapers. Lacking original prelims. before title page. Previous owner(s) signature and inscription to title page. Light foxing to title page - scattered elsewhere. Pages reasonably clean considering the age of the title, with age-toning also evident. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 92 pages; Description: 392p., [43] p. ; 4o 22 cm. Publisher's device to title page. Text in double columns. Includes index. Subjects: Archbishops - Religion - Christianity - Canon Law - Italy - Naples - Works from the 17th century - Early works to 1800. Language: Latin.

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        Durchbrochener Silbereinband über Samt. / Reliure en argent filigranee richement ornee de rosettes dorees, 2 fermoirs en argent massif.

      s.d.,. 11.9x6 cm. Goldschnitt.. Blanker und gedrehter Silberdraht an massivem Rahmen gelötet. Wunderschöne Einbandvariante über rotem Samt. Rankenwerk in Schleifen und Kreisen zu Blütenmotiven angeordnet, auf dem Rücken kleiner wiederholt. In der Mitte jeweils eine erhabene, vergoldete Knospe, von 'Perlen'umgeben. Die Schliessen aus massivem Silber mit aufgelegter, gelöteter Verzierung. Eine grössere Knospe auf der oberen Schliesse, fünf abweichend ausgeführte Knospen auf der unteren, wohl alt restauriert. Enthält das Fragment einer späteren Auflage des 'geistlichen Perlenschmucks' nach 1667, später eingebunden.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Tentamina Quaedam Physiologia diversis temporibus et occasionibus conscripta.

      Amsterdam, Apud Casparum Commelinum, 1667. - 2 parties en 1 volume petit in-12. 194pp. 1f. (errata) 159pp. Pleine basane, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure de l'époque). Première édition continentale de la traduction latine de l'ouvrage de Boyle paru en 1661 sous le titre: "Certain Physiological Essays". "The importance of the 'Essays' lies in the fact that in a very real sense it was à 'prologue' to the more widely know "Sceptical Chymist" since it continued the attack on the alchemist. In the 'Essays' Boyle gives the first clear outline of his corpuscular hypothesis concerning the nature of matter, which was to be the guiding principle of all his later chemical studies" (Fulton). Cet ouvrage se compose de 3 traités, chacun avec un titre particulier: 1). Tentamina quaedam de infido Experimentorum successu". 2). Specimen unum atque alterum e quibus constat, quantopere Experimenta Chymica". 3). Historia Fluiditatis et Firmitais". Ce dernier traité a une pagination particulière et se trouve parfois séparément. Mouillures claires et quelques trous de ver. Fulton, 29 A.

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        Aurelii Prudentii Clementis quae exstant. Nicolaus Heinsius Dan. Fil. Ex vetustissimis exemplaribus recensuit & animadversiones adjecit

      apud Danielem Elzevirium, Amstelodami 1667 - Splendida legatura coeva in marocchino rosso con cornici oro ai piatti (piccola mancanza alla cuffia superiore). Nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello nero al ds. Dentelle e tagli oro. Carte di guardia marmorizzate con disegni a pettine. Ex libris Biblioteca Wardington . Margine superiore rifilato, altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Willems, 1386. 12mo (cm. 12,6), 12 cc.nn., 327(1, errata) pp. Frontis. stampato in rosso e nero. (segue con proprio frontis.) Nicolai Heinsii Dan. F. in Prudentium adnotata, ibidem, 1 c.nn., 167 pp., 17 pp.nn., 2 cc.nn. (bianche).

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        Tonneel der Wereldtse Rampsaligheden, Vertoonende Godts Wraake, Over de roepende en verfoeyelijke zonde der moedtwillige en voor-bedachte Moordery. Welkers wonderlijke ontdekkingen en gestrenge straffe beschreven worden in XXX. Bezondere jammerlijke Historien: vervattende veel droevige en gedenkwaardige Geschiedenissen: Historische, Zedelijke en Goddelijke lessen. In 't Engels beschreven. En nu vertaalt door J.G.

      Amsterdam, Gerrit van Goedesbergh 1667. (6) 888 p. Origineel Leer met ribben, 8° (p. 705/706 en p. 719/720 van plaats verwisseld).

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        COMPENDIO DELLE ORIGINI ET RELAZIONI DELLI ESTIMI DELLA CITTA’ DI PADOVA Diviso in tre Parti. Con due Indici, il primo delle Materie: il secondo delli Estimetti.

      Padova, Frambotto, 1667. In-8 p. (mm. 230x164), 2 parti in 1 vol., cartonato rustico coevo (dorso rifatto), 22 cc.nn. (compresi la bella antip. allegorica ed il ritratto dell?'A. in ovale, inc. in rame da Ruffoni), 267 pp.num., marca tipograf. al frontesp., ornato da testat., grandi capilett. e finalini inc. su legno. Segue: "Munificenza Del Serenissimo Dominio Veneto" sopra l?'autorità de Signori Presidenti Correttori dell?'Estimo di Padova. Giudici di prima istanza nella materia delli Estimi con l?'appellazione alli Eccellentissimi Signori Rettori innappellabili nelle due conformi. Con l?'aggiunta d?'alcuni Decreti contro debitori di pubbliche gravezze, & appostazioni de debiti per errori d?'Estimo, & beni ommessi, pp. 47. Interessante opera in "edizione originale" che tratta dell?'amministrazione fiscale a Padova nel ?'600. Vi sono contenuti anche 3 componimenti dedicati a Marco Ruzini, podesta?' di Padova (1665-8), cui e?' dedicata l?'opera. Cfr. Michel,VII, p. 96 - Cat. Einaudi,II, p. 757 - Lauro ?"Bibl. di Padova?" (2007),2514. Interc. nel t. 24 carte con uniformi arross., ma complessivam. un buon esemplare con barbe.

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        Praxis archiepiscopalis Curiae Neapolitanae / auctore M. Antonio Genuense .

      Venetiis : apud Guerilios 1667 - Description: 392p., [43] p. ; 4o 22 cm. Publisher's device to title page. Text in double columns. Includes index. Subjects: Archbishops - Religion - Christianity - Canon Law - Italy - Naples - Works from the 17th century - Early works to 1800. Language: Latin. Description: 392p., [43] p. ; 4o 22 cm. Publisher's device to title page. Text in double columns. Includes index. Subjects: Archbishops - Religion - Christianity - Canon Law - Italy - Naples - Works from the 17th century - Early works to 1800. Language: Latin. 1 Kg. 92 pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Philosophia Naturalis. [Manuscript on paper, ca. 1680. Small 4to (215 x 150 mm), 280 leaves, ff. 140v-141 and 257v-258 blank. Latin text in a neat cursive hand with many illustrative diagrams in the text. Watermarks: Heawood, Padua 2597, 2598, 2599 & Venice, 1895, 2864, 3102, 3104. Contemporary vellum-backed boards covered in paper with decorative floral motifs, faint damp stain on the last few leaves otherwise a fine copy in entirely original condition].

      - Important scientific manuscript, the text of lectures delivered by Rinaldini at the University of Padua, where he served as professor of natural philosophy for 30 years from 1667. Rinaldini had been a close friend of Galileo at Pisa, and was the first to lecture there on his discoveries. As well as discussions of Galileo&#146;s work, the present manuscript also contains an account of Rinaldini&#146;s own important discoveries, including that of the convection of heat. Among other authors cited and discussed are Brahe, Barrow, Borelli, Boyle, Copernicus, Descartes, Gassendi, Kepler, Riccioli and Torricelli. Rinaldini is an important transitional figure, presenting in this manuscript Aristotelian ideas alongside those of the &#145;new science&#146; of Galileo and his supporters, to whose circle he belonged.Provenance: Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792 &#150; 1872), with his signature and the catalog number 9608 on the title. Scholar and bibliophile, Phillipps was the most important collector of books and, especially, manuscripts of the nineteenth century, his collection containing some sixty thousand manuscripts at its peak. "Carlo Rinaldini (spelled Renaldini in the titles of his books, all of which are in Latin), [was] born in Ancona in 1615 to a family that originated in Sienna. After serving as a military engineer in the forces of Urban VIII and Innocent X, he became senior professor of philosophy at Pisa, and also taught mathematics to the young prince, Cosimo. In 1667, on the pretext that the climate of Pisa did not suit him, he obtained permission to depart and took up the chair of philosophy at Padua in December of that year at about twice his former salary, which may explain his preferences as to climate. He stayed there for thirty years and retired to Ancona shortly before his death in 1698" (Middleton, Experimenters, pp. 34-5). Rinaldini knew Galileo personally, and "he was the first to have the courage to lecture at Pisa on the works of Galileo, which had been condemned by the Holy Office, and on the atomistic philosophy of Gassendi, which was suspect because of its derivation from Epicurus. To the Academy [i.e. the Accademia del Cimento] he proposed an experiment to determine whether heat diffuses spherically . His interpretation of this experiment makes him the discoverer of convection in air. He was also one of those chosen to examine the draft of the Saggi" (ibid.). The manuscript is divided into three parts, and covers all aspects of natural philosophy, with descriptions of experiments and illustrations of the scientific instruments used. It begins with a detailed analysis of the atomism of Democritus, advocated by Rinaldini&#146;s contemporary Pierre Gassendi. Rinaldini accepts these ideas, which form the basis of his particulate theory of matter. This is followed by the most extensive part of the manuscript, devoted to the analysis of the properties of air and of the vacuum. This begins on p. 57, on the last line of which "the eminent philosopher and mathematician" Torricelli is quoted, and the following pages explain at length the experiment performed by Torricelli in 1644 to prove the existence of the vacuum, enriched by illustrations on pp. 62 & 67 depicting the instruments used. On pp. 70-71 are described the famous Magdeburg experiment of 1657, when two plates placed sufficiently close together cannot be separated. Following this are descriptions of the air-pump built by Boyle and Hooke in 1659 and of experiments performed with it. Boyle attended a meeting of the Accademia in 1660 and may have met Rinaldini there. Rinaldini discussed Torricelli&#146;s experiments in a famous letter to Boyle of 1 September, 1668 (Boyle, Correspondence, Vol. 4, pp. 91-5). Rinaldini next considers the nature of the heavens, beginning on p. 236 with the nature of comets. Galileo, who is mentioned on p. 276, incorrectly believed that comets are optical phenomena, and Rinaldini&#146;s discussion includes genuine optical phenomena such as the rainbow and parhelia (now known [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Desengaño De Eclesiásticos, En El Amor Desordenado De Sus Parientes.

      Diego Dormer, Zaragoza 1667 - Portada - 15 hojas - 1 preciosa lámina - 298 pp. y 20 hojas. Muy correcto ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XX en piel. Lomera con nervios y florones. Palau 94323. =Estrechos eran los lazos de amistad que unían al P. Baltasar Gracián, con la familia tudelana Francés de Urrutigoyti y Lerma, en el prólogo de la tercera parte El Criticón hace unos elogios muy calurosos de cada uno de sus miembros. Puede atribuirse la causa de esta amistad a la larga permanencia del P. Gracián en Aragón (no hay que olvidar que era na-tural de Belmonte) y particularmente en Zaragoza, en donde el jefe de la familia Francés ejerció elevados cargos, y también a las relaciones culturales del P. Baltasar con la Academia de los Anhelantes y con distinguidos literatos y próceres aragoneses. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tables to most of the printed presidents [sic.] of pleadings, writs, and retorn of writs, at the common law : Collected by George Townesend, a clerk of the Court of Common Pleas

      London : printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, assigns of Richard Atkyns and Edw. Atkyns, Esquires, anno Dom, 1667, Hardback, Book Condition: Very GoodFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical description; [8], 554 p. ; 2°. Notes; At foot of title: Cum gratia & Privilegio Regiæ Majestatis. Signatures: A-3Z4 4A6(-4A6). Subjects; Law reports, digests, etc - England - Early works to 1800. Referenced by: ESTC, R18122. Wing, (2nd ed.) T1984..

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        A Collection of the statutes made in the reigns of King Charles I. and King Charles II. With the abridgement of such as stand repealed or Expired.

      John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, London 1667 - Folio. pp. [16], 325, [7]. Including large woodcut of British coat of arms opposite the title. Printed in English black letter. Re-backed preserving original calf boards; well rubbed; old burn mark or darkened area on front cover. The re-backing extends part way onto the original boards and blends nicely with the old leather; some spots of careful restoration are present on the board edges. A faded early shelf number is hand printed on the fore-edge. The interior is generally clean with occasional brief marginalia in an early hand. A name - "John Byeith" - is neatly written (in the same hand) near the upper edge of the title page. End sheets are renewed in marbled paper. Carefully sealed tear at the bottom of p. 277. The outer edge of some leaves show spots of wear. An interesting compilation of laws and private acts of the English Parliament. [ESTC R232104]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Advertisement. Whereas there is lately Printed and Published by his Majesties Printers, a Collection of all the Statutes in force . . . A counterfeit Impression of which Book is Printed by J. Streater . . . also very Imperfect . . . Caveat Emptor

      London: Assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker?, 1667?. Broadside measuring 6x9 inches, browned, the left margin torn and frayed, not affecting the text; no copy in Wing or ESTC

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        THE HISTORY OF THE LOW-COUNTRY WARRES.

      London: Samuel Thompson, et al., 1667 - Folio, contemporary sheep, extremities rubbed, expertly rebacked with raised bands and a contrasting leather label. Collation: [8], 143, [11], 83, [1], 58, 24, [44] pp. 14 engraved portraits including frontispiece. First edition in English. Protected in a clear cover [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memorial Jurídico, Ilustrado Con Discursos Históricos, y Políticos. En Defensa De Las Preheminencias De La Imperial Ciudad De Çaragoza, y De La Firma Que Ha Obtenido, Para Que El Regente La General Governación, Con Calidad De Presidente, No Niegue .(*)

      Zaragoza 1667 - .(*) en su Casa a los Jurados el Tratamiento Honorífico de Puerta, y Silla. Portada - 240 pp. Perfecto ejemplar encuadernado de época en pergamino, lomera pintada. Cortes pintados. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Letter of safe-conduct for the first of three ships permitted to trade in New York for Peter Stuyvesant in 1667].Whitehall, 25 January 1667. Double-leaf (33.5 x 23 cm). Framed.

      Cf. Kessler & Eugene Rachlis, Peter Stuyvesant and his New York. Original letter of safe-conduct, sealed and signed by the Duke of York, the later King James II, for the ship named Nieuw Jorck under captain Pieter Reyersz. van der Beets, giving permission to trade in the city of New York and surrounding areas during the year 1667. This was the first of three ships that were supposed to be granted permission to trade in New York for the company that had been formed by Pieter Stuyvesant, the former governor of New Amsterdam, who was returning to the city, now named New York.Outer margin somewhat frayed. This document, in good condition, complete with the seal, is of the utmost importance for the early history of New York and Anglo-Dutch relations in the third quarter of the 17th century.

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        Les Conformitez des Ceremonies modernes avec les anciennes. O? il est prouv? par des autoritez incontestables que les Ceremonies de l'Eglise Romaine sont emprunt?es des Payens. Avec un Traitt? de la Conformit? qu'ils ont en leur ... (Truncated)

      s.l. (Genève), 1667, Velin, Book Condition: Très Bonne Condition, Première ÉditionFull Book Title: Les Conformitez des Ceremonies modernes avec les anciennes. Où il est prouvé par des autoritez incontestables que les Ceremonies de l'Eglise Romaine sont empruntées des Payens. Avec un Traitté de la Conformité qu'ils ont en leur conduite, mis à la fin, sous le titre d'Additions de quelques autres Conformitez outre les Ceremonies.Size: 10cm x 16,5cm, (10p) - 305 pages. Velin de l'époque. Reliure en bonne condition. Signature d'époque sur la page titre. Mis à part quelques taches éparses, les pages intérieures sont en très bonne condition, propres et solides. Photos disponible sur demande. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST, Livre

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        A True and Faithfull Account of the Several Informations Exhibited to the Honourable Committees appointed by the Parlaiment, To Inquire into the late Dreadful Burning of the City of London. Together with other Informations touching the Insolvency of Popish Priests and Jesuites, and the Increase of Popery; brought to the Honourable Committee appointed by Parliament for that purpose.,

      n.p., London 1667 - (London), 1667. 4to. 5-1/2 x 7-1/2'. 32pp. Bound to style in quarter leather; maroon lettering label, gilt; marbled paper boards in a Stormont design. Light blindstamp of a seminary library on title and marginal acquisition number, two tiny closed marginal tears on the title, one of the affecting the 'e' of 'Printed', else a very good copy. Wing T.2471. ESTC R23832. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Index Librorum Prohibitorum Alexandri VII, Pontificis Maximi Iussu Editus : Actorum XIX. Multi Autem Ex Eis Qui Fuerant Curiosa Sectati, Contulerunt Libros & Combusserunt Coram Omnibus. Iuxta Exemplar Excusum

      Romae : Ex Typographia Rev. Cam. Apost. [Imprint Fictitious, Having Been Printed Probably At Lyon Or Geneva. Cf. Reusch, F. H. Der Index Der Verbotenen Bu¨cher. Bonn, 1883-85. Bd. 2, P. 50], 1667, Hardback, First EditionVery good copy in the original, elaborately blind-tooled full vellum. Professionally re-backed with the original spine laid back; very impressively finished. Leather tie-clasps intact and somewhat worn. Scans and additional detail on request. ; 304 pages; Physical desc. : 11, [1], 304 p. ; 36 cm. (fol. ) . Prohibited books (Canon Law) - Bibliography - Early works to 1800. Referenced by: BM (compact ed. ) , vol. 12, p. 1205. Title-page in red and black; title vignette; head- and tail-pieces; initials. Signatures: [cross] 6 a-nn4 oo6.

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        Einer loblichen Uralten Statt Solothurn Viljährige Streithandlung, und entlich darauff erfolgter gütlicher Betrag mit dero Eydtgnossen Lobl. Statt Bern. Die Herrschafft Buchegberg, und einen theyl der Herrschafft Kriegstetten (.) belangend. Von Herren Frantz Haffner gewessten Stattschreiberen angefangen, und guten Theyls verfertiget, demnach aber völlig zusammen getragen und vollendet, auch mit einem ordenlichen Register und anderer Nothwendigkeit versehen.

      Johann Jacob Bernhardt,, Solothurn, 1667 - Solothurn, Johann Jacob Bernhardt, 1667. 4°. (4), 266 S. (1) Bl., S. 267-329, (8) Bl. Modernes Halbpergament, goldgepr. Rückentitel und Fileten, marmor. Deckel. Barth 2219. - Haller V, 1245. - Vgl. Feller/Bonjour I, 368 (für Wagner). - Vgl. HLS (digital), Nr. 2 (für Haffner). - Einzige Ausgabe. Der Solothurner Stadtschreiber und Schultheiss Johann Georg Wagner (1625-1691) verwertet in seinem Werk Beiträge aus Franz Haffners zweibändiger Chronik "Der klein Solothurner Allgemeine Schaw-Platz" (1666). "Haffners hist. Angaben über Solothurn gründen z.T. auf Urkundenkenntnis, die Vorgeschichte im ersten Band dagegen beruht auf Sagen und bibl. Erzählungen. Auffallend ist H.s konfessionelle Toleranz" (HLS). - Mit Exlibris "PA". - Schönes Exemplar, das Register gebräunt, grösserer Eckabriss am letzten Blatt ergänzt mit Textverlust. Modernes Halbpergament, goldgepr. Rückentitel und Fileten, marmor. Deckel.

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        Joannis Calvini Noviodvnensis Opera Omnia. In novem tomos digesta. Tomus I. Continent commentaria in Pentateuchum, & librum Josuae. Tomus II. Homilias in Samuelus, & conciones in Jobum. Tomus III. Commentaria in Psalmos, & Isaiam. Tomus IV. Praelectiones in Jeremiam, & Ezechielem. V. Praelectiones in Danielem, & Prophetas majores. Tomus VI. Commentaria in Euangelia, & Acta Apostolorum. Tomus VII. Commentaria in Epistolas Pauli & Canonicas. Tomus VIII. Opuscula Varia Theologica. Tomus IX. Institutiones religionis Christianae, quibus subjungutur Epistolae & responsa ad diversos.

      Amstelodami, Viduam Johannem Jacobi Schipper 1667. 9 volumes, Contemporary Vellum with ribbed backs, Folio (with 3 printers' divices, engraved plate with Calvin on it, 10 little engraved portraits of Calvin on the titlepages, and 1 engraving in the text of the Middle East. Fine set).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        Kerckelycke Historie van de Gheheele Wereldt, namelyck vande voorgaende ende teghenwoordighe eeuwe, Inde welcke verhaelt worden de gheleghentheden der Landen, manieren, ceremonien, ende Religien der inwoonderen, maer namelijck de verbreydinghe des H. Gheloofs, Martelaren, ende andere cloecke Roomsche Catholijcke daeden, inde vier Ghewesten des wereldts, met over de veertigh copere platen verçiert.

      Antwerpen, Michiel Cnobbaert 1667/1668/1669/1671. 4 delen, (titelprent, 16) 484 (36), (titelprent, 22) 406 (26), (titelprent, 12) 455 (21), (titelprent, 16) 412 (23) p. Origineel Perkament, Folio (compleet met 4 verschillende titelprenten voor elk deel, en de 115 paginagrootte gravures en portretten).

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        Document signed by the 1st Marquis of Newcastle in Latin, addressed to John Hackett (Duke, William Cavendish, 1592-1676, 1st Marquis, Royalist) & John HACKETT (1592-1670, Bishop of Coventry & Lichfield)

      1667 - (Bishop from 1661) about a living of which he is patron, saying he has presented Thomas Meynell to the Rectory of Kirk Langley, Derbyshire, and requesting his institution therein, vellum, 4" x 12", lacks seal, no place, 20th September 1662, together with a fine Autograph Letter Signed from Bishop Hackett to Sir Edward Bagot, Bart., of Bli(th)field, Staffordshire, about funds to restore the Cathedral, and soliciting contributions to choir stalls (at £8 each) and the new "Ladies' Organ", asking if he will agree to a gift of £100 from the late Sir Seamour Shirley's estate, which Shirley had promised for the "reparation" of the Cathedral after the civil war, he asks not to be referred to Sir Francis Burdett owing "to some apprehensions of my own discretion" or to the 1st Earl of Ailesbury, Hackett plans 52 choir stalls at £8 "with the names and escutcheon of the benefactor above . An Organ is bespoken . at £600 price to be called the Ladies Organ . because none but the Honorable and most pious of that Sex shall contribute", seal impaling his and the diocese's arms, conjugate leaf bearing address laid down by inner margin, 1 side folio, Lichfield, with his letter seal, 5th September The Duke had fought in the Civil War and contributed some £1,000,000 to the Royalist cause. The bishop was feudal lord and lord of the manor of Lichfield till the reign of Edward VI. During the Civil War the Close was fortified against the parliament, which most of the town supported, and was long besieged. The Cathedral suffered terribly and most of its own documents were destroyed. Hackett himself contributed to the restoration, the 252ft central spire being attributed to Sir Christopher Wren.

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        Het Gemeene-Best van Venetia: of naaukeurige beschrijving van de stadt, en het rijk van Venetia; haar onderhoorige steden, eylanden, der selver stadt . uyt het Latijn verduytst.

      - Amsterdam, Samuel Imbrechts, 1667.4to. Later half vellum. With woodcut printer's device on title-page. (4),136,(3) pp.* First printed in Rome in 1540 Libro della Republica de Venitiani. - The first Latin edition in the Netherlands was published by Elzevier in 1631 (Willems 353). This is the first accurate description of the government and administration of Venetia. - (Waterstained). - Not in Tiele or Cat. NHSM. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Commentariorum in Apocalypsim B. Joannis Apostoli. Tomus I. WITH: R.P.D.F. Joannis da Sylveira Olyssp. Carmelitae, Regularis Observantiae, Sacrae Theologiae Primarii Lectoris Jubilati. Commentariorum in Apocalypsim B. Joannis Apostoli, Tomus Secundus, Complectend à Capite duodecimo usque ad finem ipsius Apocalypseos. In quo multa tractantur de Sacrosancta Eucharistia: de Beatissima Virgine Maria, ac duodecim Apostolis. Cum Indice quadruplici, Primo Capitum & Quaestionum, Secundo Locorum sacrae Scripturae, Tertio Concionum, Quarto denique Rerum memorabilium. Editio Secunda ab Auctore Recognita.

      Lugduni, Laurent. Anisson (Vol.2: & Joannis Posuel) 1667/1681. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (engraved titlepage, 88) 602 (41), (96) 608 (39) p. Contemporary Vellum, Folio.

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        RESPUESTA DE ESPAÑA AL TRATADO DE FRANCIA SOBRE LAS PRETENSIONES DE LA REYNA CHRISTIANISSIMA. Año 1667.

      - S.l., 1667, 21x30, precioso frontispicio grabado con viñetas, 9 hojas, 285 fols. Impreso con amplísimos márgenes. Ejemplar limpio y bien conservado en general aunque tiene una marca de agua en esquina de alguna hoja y alguna picadura de polilla esporádica en margen blanco. Encuadernado en pergamino con el título rotulado en lomera, cortes decorados. (52221).

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        La Historia di Orfeo. Nuovamente ristampata.

      In Trevigi, 1667, Per Francesco Righettini. In 4to (cm. 20,6); carta decorata del Settecento; carte 4 non numerate con una grande xilografia popolare al frontespizio. Edizione in 80 ottave di questo popolarissimo cantore dei primi del Cinquecento. Axs

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        The Buckler of State and Justice Against the Design manifestly discovered of the Universal Monarchy, Under the vain Pretext of the Queen of France Her Pretensions.

      London, Printed by James Flesher, for Richard Royston, Bookseller to His most Excellent Majesty, 1667. 1st English edition. - Hardcover. 8vo. Original leather boards. Professionally rebacked, wear to corners, ex-libris plate to inside front cover, prev. owner's name to top RH corner of title-page, a little worming to bottom RH corners of first 20 pages & prefatory matters not affecting text. Overall a handsome copy of a political commentary, translated out of the French, focusing on France's role in the Low Countries at the time, the undermining of the Pyrenean treaty etc. Scarce. 311pp. 11445 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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