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        Dell'historia venitiana di Marco Antonio Sabellico libri XXXIII

      Venetia : Gio.Maria. Sauioni 1668, Venice - Book measures 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches. Collation, [50],533,[1]pp, half title present. Bound in period or early quarter vellum, paper backed boards, title in manuscript. Vellum dust stained, boards showing signs of wear, but repaired. Generally binding dust/dirt marked, but in good firm condition. Internally, pages clean throughout. A nice copy. Size: Quarto

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        La vraye histoire comique de Francion Composée par Niolas de Moulinet, sieur du Parc, Gentilhome Lorrain. Soigneusement revue & corrigée par Nathanaël Duëz, maistre de langues.

      Leyde & Rotterdam, chez les Hackes, 1668, 2 tomes in 16, de 8ff. dont le fx-titre gravé & 368pp. & un fx-titre gravé & 454pp., ill. de 11 gravures non signées à pleine page (chacune représentant deux scènes, une en haut de page et une en bas de page), rel. en un fort vol. pl. vélin rigide époque, qq. rousseurs sinon très bon exemplaire. La plus belle édition de ce célèbre roman picaresque, elle fait partie de la collection des Elzeviers. "L"édition la plus jolie et la plus recherchée" selon Brunet. Ce roman sur les moeurs de Paris sous Louis XIII est toujours attribué à Charles Sorel, même si celui-ci l'a en partie désavoué. Brunet pense que le roman n'avait à l'origine que sept parties, et que devant son succès, Sorel l'aurait prolongé de 5 nouvelles parties en 1633. L'oeuvre constitue l'une des premières et des plus importantes "histoire comique" de la littérature française, et restera l'un des chefs-d'?uvre du genre. Il connut un très grand succès dès sa parution. ¶ Brunet III, 1931 - Willems Elzeviers n°1795 "Edition la plus recherchée de ce roman fameux.... elle est due aux Hackius, et c'est une de leurs plus jolies productions..." - Gay Amour, femmes III. 1379 "c'est le premier en date de nos romans de moeurs... il reproduit des tableaux vivants, qui attestent à la fois de l'intelligence et de la finesse de l'auteur..."

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        Romani de S.S. Martyrvm Crvciatibvs.

      Antwerp: Andre Frisi, 1668.(). Quo Instrumenta & modi quibus iidem Christi Martyres olim torquebantus, 44 engravings by or after Tempesta. Brunet, II, 1468. 12mo. Contemporary calf. Relié en veau écaille de l'époque. Dos à cinq nerfs. Petit défaut au dos. 76 x 134 mm.

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        Abgebildetes Unterirdisches Rom, Darin[n] der Christen/ und fürnemlich der Märterer/ uhralte Gottesäkker/ oder Begräbnüß-Plätze/ Grab-Titel/ Grab-Gedächtnüße/ Grab-Zeichen/ Grabschrifften, und berühmteste Gräber der Heiligen, So wol mit Worten gründlich beschrieben und erkläret, als mit eigentlichen Abbildungen vor Augen gestellet, und sonderlich mit vielen schönen/ neufleissigen Kupferstükken verzieret. Auß H. Pauli Aringi, Lateinischer, als allerneuesten Aussfertigung, In drey Reisefahrten mit fleiß verfasset, und ins Hochteutsche übersetzt, Durch Christoff Bauman.

       Arnheim, Haagen 1668. 12°. 45 Bll., 612 S., 1 Bl., Mit zahlr. tlw. ganzseit. Holzschn. u. 50 Kupfertaf. (inkl. gest Tit.). Ohne gefalt. Romplan. Pgmt. d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit. Winzige Randrisse am Tit. Fliegender Vorsatz m. hs. Besitzvermerkvgl. Brunet I, 423; VD17 3301944Y; Graesse I, 196 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe von Aringhis ``Roma subterranea novissima``, einer erweiterten latein. Ausgabe von Ant. Bosios ``Roma sotteranea`` - Die Kupfer zeigen Sarkophage, Fresken, Plastiken und Grabkammern. Der deutsche Übersetzer hat Verzeichnisse der Papste und romischen Kaiser sowie eine Darstellung der Christenverfolgungen beigefugt. - Antonio Bosio (um 1575 in Malta - 1629 in Rom) war ein italienischer christlicher Archäologe. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geschichte, Archäologie

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        DESCRIPTION EXACTE DE TOUT CE QUI S'EST PASSE DANS LES GUERRES entre le roy d'Angleterre, le roy de France, les Estats des Provinces Unies du Pays-bas, & l'Evesque de Munster.

      Amsterdam, Jacques Benjamin, 1668. Commencant de l'an 1664 & finissant avec la conclusion de paix faite a Breda en l'an 1667. Avec une introduction preliminaire, contenant l'exile & la restitution du present roy d'Angleterre &c. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1668. Small 4to, approximately 180 x 135 mm, 7 x 5½ inches, large engraved illustration on title page, 8 engraved illustrations in the text (just over half page each), pages: 241, (2), bound in full antique calf, gilt ruled border to covers, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt lettering to spine, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Spine rubbed with wear to gilt, head of spine worn with tiny chip at top of upper hinge, 2 tiny holes at tail of lower hinge, covers slightly rubbed, tiny chip to leather on upper cover, corners slightly worn, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, pale red ink number in top corner of title page, small closed tear from 1 inner margin into text, no loss, couple of small ink letters in 1 margin, tiny chip to fore-edge margin of 4 pages, some show-through from the illustrations to the text on reverse. Binding tight and firm. A good clean copy. First published in Dutch in 1667, there was no English edition. "This work may be considered as the most complete and authentic contemporary account of the war between Holland and England, the consequence of which was the final loss of New-Netherland, by the peace of Breda, 1667". Sabin, 38246, 38247 (Dutch editions). Pages 22-25 describe briefly the capture of New Amsterdam and set out the terms of the surrender of the province to the English. On page 36 the province is referred to as "le Nouveau Jorck", this book being one of the earliest to use this new name. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Traduction de L'Eneïde de Virgile par Segrais. vol. 1.

      Paris: Thierry, 1668.(). 4to. 266, 116 pp. Engraved frontispiece by Landry after Baroc. Includes the letter by Bochart. Contemporary calf with coat of arms. Spine defective, else very good, with rubbed extremities.

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        DESCRIPTION EXACTE DE TOUT CE QUI S'EST PASSE DANS LES GUERRES entre le roy d'Angleterre, le roy de France, les Estats des Provinces Unies du Pays-bas, & l'Evesque de Munster.

      Amsterdam, Jacques Benjamin, 1668.. Commencant de l'an 1664 & finissant avec la conclusion de paix faite a Breda en l'an 1667. Avec une introduction preliminaire, contenant l'exile & la restitution du present roy d'Angleterre &c. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1668. Small 4to, approximately 180 x 135 mm, 7 x 5½ inches, large engraved illustration on title page, 8 engraved illustrations in the text (just over half page each), pages: 241, (2), bound in full antique calf, gilt ruled border to covers, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt lettering to spine, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Spine rubbed with wear to gilt, head of spine worn with tiny chip at top of upper hinge, 2 tiny holes at tail of lower hinge, covers slightly rubbed, tiny chip to leather on upper cover, corners slightly worn, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, pale red ink number in top corner of title page, small closed tear from 1 inner margin into text, no loss, couple of small ink letters in 1 margin, tiny chip to fore-edge margin of 4 pages, some show-through from the illustrations to the text on reverse. Binding tight and firm. A good clean copy. First published in Dutch in 1667, there was no English edition. "This work may be considered as the most complete and authentic contemporary account of the war between Holland and England, the consequence of which was the final loss of New-Netherland, by the peace of Breda, 1667". Sabin, 38246, 38247 (Dutch editions). Pages 22-25 describe briefly the capture of New Amsterdam and set out the terms of the surrender of the province to the English. On page 36 the province is referred to as "le Nouveau Jorck", this book being one of the earliest to use this new name. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Historie der Kercken van Schotlandt, Van het begin der Reformatie, tot het Jaer 1667. Als mede de schrickelijcke verdruckingen, die tot dat Jaer toe voorgevallen zijn, en de laetste woorden der gener die voor de waerheydt ghestorven zijn. Mitsgaders sonderlinge Exempelen wreetheyt aen de Inwoonders van eenige plaetsen in dat Landt onlanghs gepleeght.

      Rotterdam, Joannes Borstius 1668. (12) 448 p. Origineel half Leer, 12° (Mist de franse titelpagina, laatste pagina voorwerk in kopie. eerste Nederlandse uitgave van dit zeldzame werk over de onderdrukte kerk in Schotland door James Stewart and James Stirling. Vanwege de inhoud werd dit werk in 1667 door de Raad verboden, alle exemplaren moesten ingeleverd worden om verbrand te worden. Hierdoor werd dit werk nog geliefder bij de Schotten en er verschenen dan ook diverse edities waaronder deze Nederlandse uitgave.).

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        Carte géographique du Canton de Fribourg: ?Incliti Cantonis Friburgensis Tabula, autore Francisco Petro VON DER WEID. Senatore et Commissario generale Friburgi?.

      anno Domini 1668. - 59x68 cm (la carte), Carte gravée sur cuivre en 2 feuilles. Echelle: 1:120.000. La carte est orientée vers le Sud, les 2 planches coloriées d?époque, elles sont placées en hauteur avec le titre dans une cartouche à gauche et à droite, en haut une composition héraldique, en bas une vue de la ville (11x22 cm) au pied des remparts de la Tour Rouge. Encadré, baguette or. (avec cadre: 69x79 cm). Première carte gravée du Canton de Fribourg, très rare. Belle carte en couleurs d?époque et bien encadrée.Erste gedruckte Karte des Kantons Freiburg (Süden oben). Koloriert. Mit grosser Schrift- und Wappenkartusche und einer topographischen Ansicht von Freiburg.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Dubas, Cartographie de Fribourg 1981, p. 180 - 4, ill. 33 et 34; Sammlung Ryhiner 6203.

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        Les vrayes centurie (i.e. centuries) et propheties de Maistre Michel Nostradamus, ou se void represente tout ce qui s'est passe, tant en France, Espagne, Italie, Allemagne, Angleterre, qu'aux autres parties du Monde. Revues et corrigees suivant les premieres editions imprimees en Avignon en l'an 1558 (sic) et à Lyon en l'an 1558. Et autres. Avec la vie de l'autheur

      Paris: Jouxte la Copie d'Amsterdam. A Paris, chez Jean Ribou, 1668. Nouvelle edition. Very good. 12mo (140 x 85 mm). (32), 178 pp. With a portrait of Nostradamus and frontispiece engraving of the 1666 Fire of London, and of the execution of Charles I. Bound in contemporary, no doubt original, drab boards, spine lettered in manuscript, signs of wear (not objectionably so) and gentle use, with some underlining in the text. Rare in the original cartonnage binding, completely unsophisticated. Equally remarkable is the engraved frontispiece which is reproduced by Ian Wilson in his important biography: “Nostradamus: The Man Behind the Prophesies” (Macmillan, 2007, p. 259). Wilson describes the engraving thusly: “The images of Charles IÂ’s execution in 1649 and the Great Fire of London in 1666 shows that contemporaries accredited Nostradamus with having predicted both these events.” This edition contains, in addition to the XII "Centuries," the 141 "Presages" derived from those made by Nostradamus in 1555 et seq., as well as the "Other Predictions of Mr. Nostradamus for the current years in this century." This "Nouvelle edition" appeared the same year, and in the same format, as the Amsterdam edition referenced on the title-page (published by Jean Jansson). Dorbon, Bibliotheca Esoterica 349.

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        Le Nouveau Testament, C’est a dire, La Nouvelle Alliance de nostre Seigneur Jesus Christ.

      Paris, Se vend a Charenton, Estienne Lucas, 1668. Hardback, small (pocket) 6 x 3.5 inches. In mottled full calf leather binding, with extensive gilt decoration to spine and covers. All page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. In very good condition. Boards obviously darkened and rubbed at edges and corners bumped. Some rubbing to spine. Free marbled endpapers lost. Deleted inscriptions to following free endpapers, (some dates still legible). Top edge of main title page torn. Some minor darkening to pages else over all a very clean and tight copy. A very beautiful copy of an exceedingly early edition. Unpaginated. With decorative engraved title page, decorative chapter headers and letterpeices.

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        Theologia platonica de immortalitate animorum duo de viginti libris, Marsilio Ficino ... authore comprehensa: ad vetustissimi codicis exemplar summo studio castigata.

      8. [36], 347 Bl., Leder mit umlaufendem Farbschnitt und goldgeprägter Vignette (Einband beschabt Einbandkanten teilweise beschabt Einbandecken bestossen Ex Libris auf Innendeckel Besitzervermerk von alter Hand [1668] auf Titelblatt Titelseite mit kleinem Einriss Seiten teilweise mit Wasserflecken ohne Textverlust letzte Seiten und Innendeckel hinten mit kleiner Fehlstelle ohne Textverlust und mit Faltspuren)

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        Jacobi Palmerii__A Grentemesnil__Exercitationes in optimos fere Auctores Graecos

      Danielis, Abrahami & Adriani a Gaasbeeck. Hardcover. full calf (mottled) 5 raised bands, tooling to boards, red label gilt lettering top edge gilt other edges speckled red engraved title page, 819 pp plus index corners and edges worn binding tight and interior very good. . Very Good. 1668.

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        Les Principes de la philosophie

      Chez Michel Bobin|& Nicolas Le Gras. - Chez Michel Bobin & Nicolas Le Gras, à Paris 1668, in-4 (17x22,5cm), (56) 477pp. (3), relié. - E 'nel 1644 che Cartesio ha scritto in latino Principia philosophiae, con attenzione per chiarire e dare una base solida e rigorosa alla filosofia, per erigere le fondamenta incrollabili. La prima premessa di ricerca filosofica, questa è la ragione, e il suo metodo di deduzione. Il progetto cartesiano è un progetto di conoscenza universale, non solo filosofica. Principia seguire il Discorso sul metodo (1636) e Meditazioni (1641). Lo scopo del lavoro è prodigiosa, Cartesio vuole fornire una nuova metafisica sulla base del cogito, che crea una nuova classificazione di conoscenze e una nuova riflessione morale, che opera con la rivoluzione, ha dato alla luce l'Illuminismo . - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition de la traduction de l'Abbé Picot, ornée d'une planche dépliante. Reliure de l'époque en pleine basane brune, dos à cinq nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés et d'une étiquette de bibliothèque de maroquin blond en queue. Coiffes absentes, tranchefil de celle de tête arraché, mors fendus, coins émoussés, manques sur les coupes. Quelques travaux de vers en marge basse intérieure, sans atteinte au texte et quelques pâles mouillures. Dernière garde abîmée en marges. C'est en 1644 que Descartes écrivit en latin les Principia philosophiae, avec le soucis de clarifier et de donner un base saine et rigoureuse à la philosophie, d'en ériger les fondements inébranlables. Le premier postulat de la recherche philosophique, c'est la raison, et sa méthode : la déduction. Le projet cartésien est un projet de science universelle, et non pas seulement philosophique. Les Principia font suite au Discours de la méthode (1636) et aux Méditations métaphysiques (1641). L'ambition de l'ouvrage est prodigieuse, Descartes veut fournir une nouvelle métaphysique reposant sur le cogito, qui engendre une nouvelle classification des connaissances et une morale neuve, réflexion, qui par la révolution qu'elle opère, donnera naissance au siècle des Lumières. Ex-libris de l'époque au premier contreplat.

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        Chymista scepticus vel dubia et paradoxa chymico-physica, circa spagyricorum principia...

      Rotterdam:: Arnoldi Leers, 1668., 1668. 12mo. [xxvi], 392 pp. Added engraved title, woodcut title-page vignette, decorative initials; edges browned. Original full vellum, ms. spine title. Ms. paper spine label. Fine. SECOND LATIN EDITION, corrected [first Latin issue was in 1662]. Boyle's best-known work. In it, Boyle denounced the chemistry of his day, opposed the iatrochemists' doctrine of the three principles (salt, sulphur, and mercury), and the four elements of the Aristotelians. Boyle put forth his own theory of corpuscles, thereby defining the elements as separate entities. "The Sceptical chymist is concerned with the relations between chemical substances.... In this sense the book must be considered as one of the most significant milestones on the way to the chemical revolution of Lavoisier." Printing and the mind of man. REFERENCES: Barchas Collection 268 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Dibner, Heralds of science, rev. ed., 39 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); DSB, II, p. 380; Duveen, Bibliotheca alchemica et chemica, p. 93; Ferguson, Bibliotheca chemica, p. 121 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Fulton, A bibliography of the honourable Robert Boyle, 38; Gascoigne 2355.3 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Haskell Norman Library 299 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Honeyman Sale 458 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Horblit, 100 books famous in science, 14 (Sceptical Chymist, 1661); Partington, History of chemistry, II, pp. 497-498; Poggendorf, I, col. 268 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Printing and the mind of man 141 (Sceptical chymist, 1661); Zeitlinger 6426 (Sceptical chymist, 1661). FULL TITLE: Chymista scepticus vel dubia et paradoxa chymico-physica, circa spagyricorum principia, vulgò dicta hypostatica, prout proponi & propugnati solent à turba alchymistarum. Cui pars præmittitur alterius cujusdam dissertationis ad idem argumentum spectans.

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        Aesop. The Fables of Aesop Paraphras'd in Verse: Adorn'd with Sculpture, and Illustrated with Annotations. The Second Edition. By John Ogilby, Esq; Master of His Majesties Revells in the Kingdom of Ireland.

      Printed by Thomas Roycroft, for the Author, 1668., London: - 2 volumes. Tall 4to. [iv], 211, [1]; [iv], 231, [1] pp. Titles printed in red & black. With the rare portrait of Ogilby â€" a total of 150 engraved plates [by Wenceslaus Hollar, Barlow and Stoop], historiated initials, head and tail pieces; pl. facing p. 59 with marginal tear; vol. II, pp. 111-2 + facing plate with edges tears (small piece missing, no loss of plate or text), pls. facing p. 138 + 157 with marginal tears. Vol. I: Original blind and gilt-tooled calf (mismatched bindings); rebacked in similar calf, gilt-stamped leather spine label, later endleaves. Vol. II: Original full suede leather; rebacked to match, leather spine label, later endleaves, edge worn. Bookplate of Frances Thomas de Grey Carl Cowper, Panshanger, (1834â€"1905), the seventh Earl Cowper. Second edition (first issued in 1651). This is one of the most important illustrated books issued in seventeenth-century England, including some of the best work of Wenceslaus Hollar. “In 1665, Ogilby produced a folio edition of this work; the larger format required larger plates, and Ogilby employed Wenceslaus Hollar to “transmute Cleyn’s leaden images into golden ones” (Hodnett, Barlow 143). Hollar re-did fifty-seven of eighty plates, and the rest were copied from Clein by Dirk Stoop. In 1668, Ogilby followed up on the success of this volume with AEsopics: or, A second collection of fables, paraphas’d in verse, adorn’d with sculpture, which included fifty new fables and thirty-eight new illustrations, half by Hollar, and most of the other half by Barlow. The first volume was published again in 1668, and both volumes were re-issued in 1673 and 1675.” â€"Acheson “The political edge of the fables is particularly pronounced in the late seventeenth-century Aesops, which were published within a period of political conflict for an audience with an appetite for political analysis, allegory, and opinion. Both of the men responsible for the late seventeenth-century Aesops, John Ogilby and Francis Barlow, were involved with contemporary politics, even if their commitments were as much shaped by professional and commercial opportunities as they were by principle or ideology: Ogilby was a royalist polemicist, and Barlow published a set of prints supporting the Whig cause during the Popish Plot and its aftermath. While it is probably true, as is often said, that the fables have not received critical attention equal to their level of popularity and ideological importance in early modern culture, the quality and thoroughness of existing studies offer an excellent grounding in the cultural importance and impact of the verbal texts of Aesop’s fables in early modern England. The collections of fables published by Ogilby (first in 1651) and Barlow (first in 1666) were very different kinds of books than the many versions printed before them, and their illustrations were an important part of their appeal and interest. These were expensive folios directed at adult audiences, generously illustrated with high-quality etchings designed by distinguished artists and executed by some of the best engravers working in England at the time.” â€" Katherine Acheson, “The Picture of Nature: Seventeenth-Century English Aesop’s Fables,” The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Fall/Winter 2009). John Ogilby (also Ogelby, Oglivie) (1600â€"1676) was a Scottish translator, impresario and cartographer, best known for publishing the first British road atlas, he also translated works and was noted for publishing his work in handsome illustrated editions. His first edition of Aesop was published in 1651, featuring illustrations by Francis Clein [Cleyn]. In 1665 he published a second, revised edition of The Fables of Aesop, this time illustrated by Wenceslaus Hollar's renowned prints, just one year in front of the great London fire. See: Katharine S. Van Eerde, John Ogilby and the Taste of His Times, Dawson, 1976; Edward Hodnett, Aesop in England: The Transmission [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        LI STATUTI DI VALTELLINA RIFORMATI NELLA CITTA' DI COIRE NELL'ANNO DEL SIGNORE MDXLVIII. NEL MESE DI GENARO. Per li Mag. Signori Commissarij à ciò specialmente eletti nella publica Dieta fatta nella medesima Città nell’anno precedente nel mese ‘Agosto......

      Poschiavo, per il Podestà Bernardo Massella, 1668. In-8 gr. (mm. 267x182), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergamena coeva (risg. rifatti con carta antica), così composte: - “Li Statuti di Valtellina..”, pp. 244. “Et doppo approbati, et confirmati per l'Illustriss. Signori delle trè Leghe in un'altra Dieta fatta medesimamente in Coira nell'anno M.D.XLVIIII. nel mese di Genaro. Et finalmente per M. Giorgio Traverso con l'aiuto di M. Giacomo Cataneo Dottore de Leggi, in questo ordine ridotti, et Rubricati secondo la lor commissione, et dalla Latina nella Volgar Lingua, tradotti, à Laude di Dio, al quale per Giesù Christo Signor nostro sia ogni honore, et Gloria”. Frontespizio con titolo in rosso e nero e grande vignetta xilografata con lo stemma della Valtellina; ornato da capilettera figurati e finali, pure inc. su legno. Vi sono contenuti gli Statuti Civili e Criminali. Unito, con proprio frontespizio: - “Capitolatione della pace et amicitia perpetua stabilita, e giurata dall'Eccellentissimo Signor Marchese di Leganes in nome di Sua Maestà, e da gl'Ambasciatori delle trè Leghe Grise”. In Milano et in Poschiavo, per il Podestà Bernardo Massella, pp. 30, seguite da tre pagg. anticamente manoscritte. "Seconda edizione", rarissima. Cfr. Fontana “Bibliografia degli Statuti.. dell'Italia Superiore”,III, p. 270: “la più parte degli esemplari di quest'ediz. ha annesso la ‘capitolatione..”, di pp. 30” - Valsecchi Pontiggia “Bibliogr. Valtellina e Valchiavenna”,4401 non cita la seconda parte - Lozzi,I,579. Con qualche traccia d'uso, peraltro esemplare con barbe, ben conservato.

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        LI STATUTI DI VALTELLINA RIFORMATI NELLA CITTA' DI COIRE NELL'ANNO DEL SIGNORE MDXLVIII. NEL MESE DI GENARO. Per li Mag. Signori Commissarij à ciò specialmente eletti nella publica Dieta fatta nella medesima Città nell'anno precedente nel mese 'Agosto......

      In-8 gr. (mm. 267x182), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergamena coeva (risg. rifatti con carta antica), così composte: - "Li Statuti di Valtellina..", pp. 244. "Et doppo approbati, et confirmati per l'Illustriss. Signori delle trè Leghe in un'altra Dieta fatta medesimamente in Coira nell'anno M.D.XLVIIII. nel mese di Genaro. Et finalmente per M. Giorgio Traverso con l'aiuto di M. Giacomo Cataneo Dottore de Leggi, in questo ordine ridotti, et Rubricati secondo la lor commissione, et dalla Latina nella Volgar Lingua, tradotti, à Laude di Dio, al quale per Giesù Christo Signor nostro sia ogni honore, et Gloria". Frontespizio con titolo in rosso e nero e grande vignetta xilografata con lo stemma della Valtellina; ornato da capilettera figurati e finali, pure inc. su legno. Vi sono contenuti gli Statuti Civili e Criminali. Unito, con proprio frontespizio: - "Capitolatione della pace et amicitia perpetua stabilita, e giurata dall'Eccellentissimo Signor Marchese di Leganes in nome di Sua Maestà, e da gl'Ambasciatori delle trè Leghe Grise". In Milano et in Poschiavo, per il Podestà Bernardo Massella, pp. 30, seguite da tre pagg. anticamente manoscritte. "Seconda edizione", rarissima. Cfr. Fontana "Bibliografia degli Statuti.. dell'Italia Superiore",III, p. 270: "la più parte degli esemplari di quest'ediz. ha annesso la 'capitolatione..", di pp. 30" - Valsecchi Pontiggia "Bibliogr. Valtellina e Valchiavenna",4401 non cita la seconda parte - Lozzi,I,579. Con qualche traccia d'uso, peraltro esemplare con barbe, ben conservato.

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        Sermam historico , e panegyrico, do P. Antonio Vieyra da Companhia de Jesu, prégador de Sua Magestrade, nos annos da Serenissima Rainha N.S. Offerecido a Sua Magestade pello R.P. Manoel Fernandez, da mesma Companhia, Confessor do Principe Regente.

      Lisbon, Na Officina de Ioam da Costa, 1668. - 4°, disbound. Woodcut arms of Portugal on title page, woodcut and typographical headpieces. Light dampstains. Short tear at lower edge of title page, touching rule. A few printed side-notes shaved. Overall good condition. 36 pp. *** FIRST EDITION. Vieira (1608-1697) is described by Boxer as "certainly the most remarkable man in the seventeenth-century Luso-Brazilian world" (A Great Luso-Brazilian Figure: Padre António Vieira, S.J., p. 4). Born in Lisbon, he moved to Bahia as a child and there became a Jesuit novice in 1623. By 1635, when he was ordained, he was already famous as a preacher, and when the Dutch withdrew from Brazil it was he who was chosen to preach the victory sermon. Vieira, a trusted advisor of D. João IV, was sent by him on diplomatic missions to France, Holland and Rome. Beginning in 1652 he spent nine years as a missionary in Maranhão, where he vehemently defended the rights of the Indians against the colonists who wanted to enslave them. As a result, the colonists managed to have him and all the other Jesuits in Pará and Maranhão deported in 1661. Back in Lisbon, his campaign for toleration of the New Christians (crypto-Jews) and his Sebastianist beliefs led to his trial by the Inquisition. He was found guilty, but the ascension of the future D. Pedro II as regent in 1668 led to his release. Vieira?s status as a diplomat and missionary would guarantee his letters a place in Portuguese history, but his style and content are also exceptional: his letters and state-papers are invaluable sources for the period, and his sermons are as readable today as they were in the seventeenth century. Pessoa dubbed him "O Imperador da lingua portuguesa" (quoted in Boxer, ibid., p. 3).*** Backer and Sommervogel, VIII, col. 655. Leite, História da Companhia de Jesus no Brasil, IX, 216. Borba de Moraes (1983) 67; not in Período colonial. Martinho da Fonseca, Aditamentos, 55. Morais Rocha de Almeida, Dicionário de autores no Brasil colonial, 582. JCB, Portuguese and Brazilian Books, 67. Not in Sacramento Blake. Not in Landis, European Americana. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Historie der Kercken van Schotlandt, Van het begin der Reformatie, tot het Jaer 1667. Als mede de schrickelijcke verdruckingen, die tot dat Jaer toe voorgevallen zijn, en de laetste woorden der gener die voor de waerheydt ghestorven zijn. Mitsgaders sonderlinge Exempelen wreetheyt aen de Inwoonders van eenige plaetsen in dat Landt onlanghs gepleeght.

      Rotterdam, Joannes Borstius 1668 - (12) 448 p. Origineel half Leer, 12° (Mist de franse titelpagina, laatste pagina voorwerk in kopie. eerste Nederlandse uitgave van dit zeldzame werk over de onderdrukte kerk in Schotland door James Stewart and James Stirling. Vanwege de inhoud werd dit werk in 1667 door de Raad verboden, alle exemplaren moesten ingeleverd worden om verbrand te worden. Hierdoor werd dit werk nog geliefder bij de Schotten en er verschenen dan ook diverse edities waaronder deze Nederlandse uitgave.)

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        Warhafft und gründlicher Bericht von dem jetzigen Kriege so zwischen den Venetianern und dem Türcken geführt wird; Beneben dem Zustand der Insul Stadt Candia.

      Anitzo auß dem Niedeländischen ins hoch-Deutsche überselzt 1668 - First German edition. Small 4to., 48pp., 4 copperplates (3 folding, 1 double-page), modern calf gilt, a good clean copy. Scarce. Castlemaine was asked by Charles II to keep him informed of events in Europe whilst making a tour. Castelmaine reported to the King by letter on the war in Crete between the Venetians and the Turks. On his return to London, Castlemaine received permission to write the present book based upon that letter. It became a primary work on the conflict. Blackmer 1239. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoires of the Lives, Actions, Sufferings & Deaths of those Noble, Reverend, and Excellent Personages, that suffered by Death, Sequestration, Decimation, or otherwise, for the Protestant Religion etc

      Samuel Speed etc, 1668, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition. Full Title: Memoires of the Lives, Actions, Sufferings & Deaths of those Noble, Reverend, and Excellent Personages, that suffered by Death, Sequestration, Decimation, or otherwise, for the Protestant Religion, and the great principle thereof, allegiance to their soveraigne, in our late intestine wars, from the year 1637, to the year 1660. and from thence continued to 1666. With the life and martyrdom of King Charles I. Title-page, table [8], 708 pages plus advertisement (1) Worn calf with some exposure of cords on front joint and splits in leather on upper rear joint and lower front joint but covers are securely attached. Nothing before title-page, ie missing frontis. Bookplate for "Peter and Margery Morris" on inside of front cover. Red and black title-page is darkened. The Table (of contents) is missing parts of the lower margin and some names under L, M, O, R, S and W and has some splits in heavily inked areas and other short repaired tears. Some of the first fifty pages have period underling of text and associated marginal mark. Page 37/38 has a small hole which causes some loss of text, 252/526 has small hole in lower margin, ink mark on pages 170 and 224, 389, short tear on page 175/176, hand correction of title on page 339, marginal note page 559 Page 402 is numbered as 400, 407 as 393, 613 as 513, page numbers 501, 502 are used twice. Title might more appropriately use the words "Royalist Cause" rather than "Protestant Religion". No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42617081026.

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        ERASMUS ROTERODAMUS BATAVUS (Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam; Icones virorum nostra patrumq. memoria illustrium: set title)

      Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam in profile to the left. Under the portrait Latin inscription in four lines: 'ERASMUS ROTERODAMUS BATAVUS / Ingens ingentem quem personat orbis Erasmum. / Hae tibi dimidium, picta tabella refert. / At curnom totum? Mirari desine, lec tor, / Integra nam tantum terra nec ipsa capit.' Signed above right: 'H. fe'. Engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark; pasted on thick laid paper; total: 169 x 121 mm; state II/3; slight brownish ring to the left of the profile; New Hollstein 172; v. Someren 1668

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        Plus Ultra: Or, The Progress and Advancement of Knowledge Since the Days of Aristotle. In an Account of some of the most Remarkable Late Improvements of Practical, Useful Learning: To Encourage Philosophical Endeavours...

      London:: Printed for James Collins, 1668., 1668. 8vo. Collation: [†]2[-1], A-L8, M5 [Lacks imprimatur leaf [†2] and ads leaf [M6]]; Pagination: [xxxiv], 149, [5] pp. Modern paneled calf, gilt spine title. Some minor stains, some repaired (some holes left unrepaired) marginal worm-trails, A6 repaired margin. Bookplate of University of Keele, presented by C. W. Turner; early signature of Henry Richardson title. RARE. First Edition of Glanville's defense of the Royal Society as encouraged by Oldenburg. Glanvill defended the researches of the Royal Society in a long address to the Society and he was admitted as a member and earned a reputation as a "potentially valuable apologist." ... "The address won Glanvill election to the Royal Society and a reputation as a potentially valuable apologist. When Thomas Sprat's History of the Royal Society failed to silence the critics, Oldenburg encouraged Glanvill to write a supplementary defense, which appeared in 1668 under the title Plus ultra. Its main theme is that the experimental philosophy, and the Royal Society in particular, have accomplished more to advance useful knowledge in a few years "than all the Philosophers of the Notional way, since Aristotle opened his Shop in Greece." - Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Glanvill (1636-1680), "His style is often admirable, not infrequently recalling that of Sir Thomas Browne. His intellect was versatile, active, and sympathetic, but he is rather rhetorical than logical. In his dislike to the scholastic philosophy he followed Bacon and the founders of the Royal Society. Though he was in this direction a thorough-going skeptic, he was opposed to the materialism of Hobbes...." - DNB. "In his technological utopia NOVA ATLANTIS, Bacon had cited the great inventions already made - from the wheel and the plow to the telescope, gunpowder, and the printing press - and had envisaged scores of others to come. Reading Glanvill we get the impression that Bacon's dreams had come true. We get the impression that Glanvill's age was far superior to all past ones by the sheer bulk of what it had achieved. And Ganvill does not confine himself to an enumeration of these achievements - as Bacon seems to do when he exposes them in a kind of museum - we are made aware of an ongoing process of which we become the onlookers. We breathe the air of incipient progressivist thinking - the future is open or, in Glanvill's words, "Geometry is improving daily." (1668; p. 37)." - Yaron Ezrahi, E. Mendelsohn, Howard Segal, (editors), Technology, Pessimism, and Postmodernism, University of Massachusetts Press, 1995. Wing G820.

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        La règle qu'observent à présent & à laquelle s'obligent les Carmes et les Carmelines : receuë par Tradition Prophétique de leur père et patriarche S. Elie sur le Modèle de la vie de la Glorieuse Vierge leur Patrone & Fondatrice. Réduite en escrit par Jean XXXXIIII. Patriarche de Jérusalem, Abrégée & éclaircie dans ses doutes & points differentieux par S. Albert Patriarche de la mesme Eglise ( ). Traduite du Latin en François, avec des digressions pour l'intelligence littérale, historique, morale, & mistique d'icelle par Fr. Albert de S. Germain (.). Ensemble un petit Traité du très ancien & sçavant P. Jean de Baccone Religieux du même Ordre (.).

      - Liège, de l’imprimerie de Guillaume Henry Streel, imprimeur de son Altesse, 1668. Petit in-8, demi-chagrin fauve, dos à deux faux nerfs encadrant le titre, roulette dorée en tête et pied, fleuron doré (reliure moderne), 102 p. Rarissime exemplaire de cette traduction française de la "Règle du Carmel", recensé par WorldCat à un autre unique exemplaire dans le monde (Stadsbibliotheek Maastricht). Elle est traduite et commentée par Albert de Saint-Germain, provincial de l'Ordre des Carmes à Liège (Belgique) qui installa l’ordre sous son priorat à Verviers où il repose à l’église Saint Joseph. Imprimé par, Guillaume Henri (Luik) Streel à Liège, l’ouvrage est dédié aux religieuses carmélites du couvent de Liège, "au faubourg de Saint Léonard". La "règle" est précédée d’un long avertissement d’Albert de Saint-Germain, dans lequel il justifie son travail de traduction et d’interprétation. Contient également, à partir de la page 81, le "Traité analogique du très sçavant Jean de Baccone, religieux carme, appelé dans les Escoles le Docteur Resolu ". Jean de Baccone ou Bacondorpius était un théologien et carme anglais du XIVe siècle. La "Règle du Carmel", connue comme "Règle de saint Albert", est une véritable charte de vie rédigée par Albert de Jérusalem à la demande des ermites installés sur les pentes du mont Carmel vers 1209, puis adoptée en 1247 et adaptée au mode de vie monastique des carmes réfugiés en Europe. Elle est toujours en usage comme "Règle du Carmel", dont cet ouvrage contiendrait la seule version française ancienne jamais publiée. Cette édition manque à Theux de Montjardin, 'Bibliographie liégeoise'. Cf. Bernard Hours, 'Carmes et Carmélites du XVIIe s. à nos jours', Actes du colloque de Lyon, sept. 1997, Paris, Cerf, 2001, p. 274 et passim. Le faux-titre manque. Exemplaire imprimé sur papier fort. Quelques auréoles et petites taches. Petit cachet ex-libris "as".

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        [1] Onkuisse t'Zamenrotting of gilde der Roomse hoeren, vergadert in 't conklave over de verkiezing van eenen nieuwen Paus, met een redenwisseling daar over tussen Pasquijn en Marforio. En 't nieuwe Kapittelhuis der nonnen, of de bagijne-klucht van Baltazar Sultanini Bressan. Vertaald uit het Italiaans. Amsterdam, Christiaan Karstensz, 1678. [gebonden met:] [2] Aretino, Pietro, Het leven en d'arglistige treken der courtisanen te Romen zijnde een t'samen-spraeck tusschen Lais en Lamia, twee gerie

      12°, [1] (12)+384 pag. Gebonden in half leer. Geillustreerd met frontispice en 20 gegraveerde platen. [2] 180 pag., geillustreerd met frontispice en 6 gegraveerde platen. C1854 [1] Gieles/Plak 269; Clemens, Ital. boeken 119; STCN: 2 ex.; Buisman 1329; Krivatsy 166. [2] Gieles/Plak 10; Clemens 13; STCN: 1 ex.; Waller 166; Buisman 45; I. Leemans, Het woord is aan de onderkant, pag. 104 en elders. Twee beruchte en zeldzame boekjes. [1] Vertaling van 'Il puttanismo Romano' van de beroemde Gregorio Leti uit 1668 en [2] Vertaling van de 'Giornata terza' van de 'Ragionamenti' van de beruchte Aretino. Met potlood staat op schutblad: 'Verboden boek', maar deze titel komt niet voor in Knuttels 'Verboden boeken' (1914).$Gregorio Leti (Milaan 1630 - Amsterdam 1701) woonde in zijn jeugd bij zijn oom, een R.K. prelaat en leerde de intriges van het pauselijk hof van nabij kennen. Hij schreef verschillende anti-katholieke boeken en ging over naar de protestantse godsdienst. Pietro Aretino (Arezzo 1492 - Venetie 1556) wordt wel de eerste kunstcriticus genoemd. Hij verkeerde in de kringen rond paus Leo X, maar moest in 1524 Rome ontvluchten omdat hij sonnetten had geschreven bij pornografische gravures van Marcantonio Raimondi. Hij vestigde zich daarna in Venetie en schreef over kunst en kunstenaars en maakte gedichten en toneelstukken, veelal expliciet op seksualiteit gericht. In zijn Ragionamenti (1534-1536) laat hij prostitiue's uit Rome het morele verval van bekende inwoners van die stad aan elkaar verhalen. Als uitgever wordt Pieter Koelaart genoemd, maar in 1708 werd deze titel opgenomen in een fondslijst van Timotheus ten Hoorn en Koelaart blijkt dus een pseudoniem van de uitgever Ten Hoorn, die bekend staat om zijn libertijnse uitgaven.

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        De Chirurgia Infusoria, ...

      Lipsiae, Aoud Nicolaum Scipionem, 1668, 4, 64 pp., feiner Halbpergamenteind im Stil d.Zt. feines Eexemplar. Selten - Erste Dissertation zur Infusion in Deutschland - Hochbedeutende medizinisch-pharmazeutische "Dissertationem Medicam De Chirurgia Infusoria, Iussu & Autoritate Gratiosae Facultatis Medicae in alma Lipsiensi Pro Loco In eadem obtinendo, P.P. Michael Etmuller, Phil. & Med. Doct. Respondente Georgio Friderico Stirio, Vratislaviensi Silesio, Philiatro, Ad diem 30. Octobr. Anno M.DC.LXIIX. H.L.Q.S."."Elsholtz war nicht der einzige und wahrscheinlich nicht einmal der erste, der solche Versuche unternahm. Michael Ettmüller berichtet in seinem Buch "De chirurgia infusoria", daß der Jäger eines Edelmannes aus der Lausitz im .Jahre 1642 Hunden Alkohol in die Venen injiziert habe und sie damit betrunken macht. Ettmüller hat außerdem bereits klar erkannt, daß diese intravenöse Injektion therapeutisch dann in Betracht kommt, wenn eine Veränderung der Medikamente im Verdauungskanal ausgeschaltet werden soll oder wenn eine Aufnahme der Arzneistoffe von der Speiseröhre aus nicht möglich ist, also bei Schluck Unfähigkeit aller Art oder bei Resorptionsstörungen. Auch in England wurden 1657 auf die Anregung von Christopher Wren (1632-1723), der nicht einmal Arzt, sondern Baumeister, Astronom und Chemiker war, und bald danach von R. Lowe ähnliche Versuche zwecks Durchführung von Gefäßinjektionen und Infusionen angestellt. Der Chemiker Robert Boyle (1627-1601), der diese Versuche von Wren mit Opiumlösungen an Hunden miterlebte, berichtet darüber "Kaum hatten wir den Hund losgebunden, als schon die Opiumtinktur ihre narkotische Wirkung auszuüben begann, und sowie er auf den Füßen stand, begann er mit dem Kopf zu wackeln, zu schütteln und zu taumeln und war dann betäubt, daß man für sein Leben fürchten mußte. Die Kenntnis dieser Versuche scheint zunächst nicht allzu verbreitet gewesen zu sein. Jedenfalls nimmt J. D. Major (1634-1693) im Jahre 1667 in seiner "Chirurgia infusoria" und im "Ortus et progressus clysmaticae novae" das Verdienst für sich allein in Anspruch, dieses Verfahren erdacht zu haben." Hans Haas, Spiegel der Arznei: Ursprung, Geschichte und Idee der Heilmittelkunde (1956), p.128Michael Ettmüller (1644-1683) "habilitirte sich 1676 als Privatdocent an der medicinischen Facultät, wurde 1681 zum Professor der Botanik, bald darauf zum a. o. Professor der Chirurgie ernannt. Er vereinigte mit einer umfassenden Gelehrsamkeit eine grosse praktische Befähigung und wurde ein eifriger Vertreter der durch Sylvius de la Boe begründeten Chemiatrie, deren Grundsätze er mit großer Gewandtheit auf Physiologie und Pathologie anzuwenden verstand, so dass sein Ruf als Lehrer eine grosse Zahl von Studirenden nach Leipzig zog. Als besonders bemerkenswerth sind hervorzuheben die 'Dissertatio de chirurgia infusoria' (Lipsiae 1668), in welcher er das Ergebniss seiner Versuche mit Infusion verschiedener Arzneimittel in die Venen von Thieren mittheilt" Hirsch/H. II, pp. 443-444Siehe ausführlich - Scheel, Paul: Die Transfusion des Blutes und Einsprützung der Arzneyen in die Adern (1802), pp.225-229Der Respondent Georg Friedrich Stier stammte aus Breslau in Schlesien.Identisch mit dem digitalisierten Exemplar der SLUB Dresden. - VD17 39:157882S : Nicht identisch mit VD17 12:153914Z (dort in der Verf.-Angabe "Etmuller"). - Nicht identisch mit VD17 23:286374F (Zeilenumbruch dort auf dem Titelblatt: ". Chirurgia In-//fusoria, ." abweichender Umfang und Fingerprint).Waring, Bibliotheca therapeutica 91: "For a sketch of the author's experiments with alcohol, sulphur, corrosive sublimate, &c., injected into the veins of dogs".

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        Theatrum nobilitatis Europeae, tabulis progonologicis praecipuorum in cultiori christiano orbe magnatum et illustrium progenitores 128. 64. aut 32. justo ordine repraesentantibus exornatum studio.

      Frankfurt, Aegidii Vogelii, 1668. Folio. Full vellum, bookbock slightly loosening. Paper browned. Small 17th century name in ink on title page. 167+(18) pag. Illustrated with an engraved title page by J.P. Theloff, depicting a family tree with a portrait and a landscape.

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        Proces geventileert voor den Ed. Hove van Utrecht tusschen Dina van Spangen, Wed. van Jan van Woudenberg, als moeder en mombersse over hare onmondige dochter Dina van Woudenberg, imp[etran]ten in cas van defloratie, c[ontr]a den heere ende mr. Petrus Burmannus, professor in de academie alhier, ged[aagde]. Leeuwarden, Eyma Bonnema, 1709.

      4°, 19e- eeuws kartonnen omslag (los), 40 pag. C1282."Niet in Knuttel (variant Knuttel 15824); NNBW IV 354; Te Winkel V 84. De Utrechtse hoogleraar Petrus Burman (1668-1741) voerde tussen 1709 en 1715 een hevige wetenschappelijke strijd tegen zijn vijanden. In die zelfde tijd werd hem een proces aangedaan door 'een minderwaardig vrouwspersoon' (NNBW) wegens defloratie. 'Omtrent den afloop van het proces bestaat geen zekerheid, doch de diepe verontwaardiging waarmede Burman in zijn geschriften alle schuld ver van zich werpt, doet vermoeden dat hij het slachtoffer is geworden van een tegen hem gericht boos opzet.' (NNWB). Burman zou eind 1708 tijdens de Utrechtse kermis Dina van Woudenberg uit Den Haag, dochter van Dina van Spangen, wed. Jan van Woudenberg, hebben bezwangerd. De processtukken uit deze jaren verschaffen een uitvoerig verhaal over de gebeurtenissen waarbij een aantal inwoners van Utrecht een rol4, 398, en: Daniel Voet, dokter Verreyn, de advocaat Oosterhout, Karel van den Hengel; Jan en Jacques Terwe, de arts Huybert van Wijkersloot, de boekdrukker Gerrit van Muntendam, de arts Hendrik Spoor, notaris Lobbrecht, prof. Reland, etc."

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        Vier boecken van het waere Christendom, dat is oprechte practijke en oeffeninghe der Godsaligheyd [...] hier achter syn noch by gevoeght thien predicatien van de thien plagen in Egypte door den selven auteur, vertaald uit het Duits, Amsterdam, B. en J. Appelaer 1668, 4°: (14) + 464 + (6) + 58 p.

      "Geheel perkament, iets sleets, gegraveerde titelpagina door H. d. Maijer. In handschrift op titelpagina: Reinske Modera Wermelskircher. Niet in SGT; STCN: 1 ex. (KB, Den Haag)".

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        Abgebildetes Unterirdisches Rom, Darin[n] der Christen/ und fürnemlich der Märterer/ uhralte Gottesäkker/ oder Begräbnüß-Plätze/ Grab-Titel/ Grab-Gedächtnüße/ Grab-Zeichen/ Grabschrifften, und berühmteste Gräber der Heiligen, So wol mit Worten gründlich beschrieben und erkläret, als mit eigentlichen Abbildungen vor Augen gestellet, und sonderlich mit vielen schönen/ neufleissigen Kupferstükken verzieret. Auß H. Pauli Aringi, Lateinischer, als allerneuesten Aussfertigung, In drey Reisefahrten mit fleiß verfasset, und ins Hochteutsche übersetzt, Durch Christoff Bauman.

      Arnheim, Haagen 1668.. 12°. 45 Bll., 612 S., 1 Bl., Mit zahlr. tlw. ganzseit. Holzschn. u. 50 Kupfertaf. (inkl. gest Tit.). Ohne gefalt. Romplan. Pgmt. d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit. Winzige Randrisse am Tit. Fliegender Vorsatz m. hs. Besitzvermerk vgl. Brunet I, 423; VD17 3301944Y; Graesse I, 196 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe von Aringhis ''Roma subterranea novissima'', einer erweiterten latein. Ausgabe von Ant. Bosios ''Roma sotteranea'' - Die Kupfer zeigen Sarkophage, Fresken, Plastiken und Grabkammern. Der deutsche Übersetzer hat Verzeichnisse der Papste und romischen Kaiser sowie eine Darstellung der Christenverfolgungen beigefugt. - Antonio Bosio (um 1575 in Malta - 1629 in Rom) war ein italienischer christlicher Archäologe.

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        Het voorhof der ziele, behangen met leerzaeme prenten en zinnebeelden. Rotterdam, F. v. Hoogstraeten [colophon: H. v. Puer], 1668.

      "4°, 20e eeuws met sierpapier beplakt karton omslag, (16)+199+(9) pag. Geillustreerd met frontispice, 60 grote etsen, alle door Romeyn de Hooghe. Landwehr 325; De Vries 217; Hollstein 757-816; Praz pag. 372. Het eerste door Romeyn de Hooghe geillustreerde boek (op frontispice: R. de Hooge fecit Parisiis 1668). Schitterende afdrukken van deze beroemde serie etsen.".

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        C. Plinii Secundi Naturalis historiae, tomus primus [-tertius]. Cum commentariis & adnotationibus Hermolai Barbari, Pintiani, Rhenani, Gelenii, Dalechampii, Scaligeri, Salmasii, Is. Vossii, & variorum. Accedunt praeterea variae lectiones ex mss. compluribus ... Item Joh. Fr. Gronovii notarum liber singularis ...

      [16],80,56,839,[135]p.; 917,[86]p.; 853,[83]p.) : ill. Three volumes. Full contemporary vellum. Slight wear, marking, discolouration. Titling in ink to the top of the spine, fading. Speckled page block edges. Initials of PJF to pastedown. Overall a very good set.Title pages to v.2-3 dated 1668; additional engraved title pages in each vol. all dated 1669 Text - Latin. Footnotes with bibliographical references. Includes index. Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 - August 25, AD 79), better known as Pliny the Elder, Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher, friend of the emperor Vespasian, with whom he served under in Germany.

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        THE USURPER, A Tragedy. As it was Acted at the Theater Royal by His Majesties Servants

      Printed for Henry Herringman at the Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange, London 1668 - [viii], 71 pages of text, followed by [i] publishers advertisement. Removed from bound volume, with stitching attached and functional. Title page and last leaf with heavy soiling and previous owner's marks, and a few tiny tears and creases. Most of text is extremely clean. Measures 8+9/16" in height. Oliver Cromwell. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Del Regno d' Italia sotto i Barbari. Epitome

      presso Gio. Giacomo Hertz, 1668. In-12° (155x90mm), pp. (10), 776, (72) di indici, modesta legatura novecentesca in t. tela con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Antiporta allegorica figurata e altre 66 tavv. calcografiche f.t., opera di L. David, J. Ruphonus, Carlo Scotti, Antonio Bosio, Leonardus Henricus, etc., tra cui un'antiporta allegorica, 3 carte geografiche ripiegate, di cui la prima raffigurante la Scandinavia ed un'altra del territorio canavesano, e un ritratto del Tesauro; le restanti tavv. raffigurano Re di popoli barbari o Re d'Italia dell'età delle invasioni barbariche. Dedica a stampa a don Gasparo di Teves e Cordova, fregi tipografici in xilografia. Buon esemplare. Ristampa veneziana di questa ricostruzione compiuta dal Tesauro delle dominazioni barbariche in Italia, certo il più organico sforzo operato nel Seicento di compilazione storica sull'"Italia dei secoli bui", tra il declinare del IV secolo ed il crepuscolo dell'XI secolo. L'opera fu una delle principali fonti di Manzoni per i suoi studi sui Longobardi in Italia, culminati nella lirica trasfigurazione dell'"Adelchi". Cfr. (varie edizioni): Bruni Evans, 500. Cat. Vinciana, 499-501. Belloni, Il Seicento, pp. 449-450. Brunet, V, 730. Graesse, VI, p. 72. Olschki, Choix, 15777-15778. S.T.C. XVIIth Century Italian Books, p. 901. Canavesio, Seicentina, 309. Picchetto, n. 141. Della Chiesa, Catalogo di tutti li scrittori piemontesi, Carmagnola, 1660, pp. 62-63. Platneriana, 113. Manca al Manno. Italiano

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        Opera mathematica R.P. Andreae Tacquet antuerpiensis e Societate Iesu demostrata et propugnata a Simone Laurentio Veterani ex comitibus montis calvi in Collegio Societatis Iesu Lovanii anno M.DC.LXVIII.

      Antwerpiae, Apud lacobum meursium, 1668/1669, First Edition. Fol. , Leinen 34 x 21,5cm. First Edition of Tacquet\'s complete mathematical works, in six books bound as one (Astronomia, Geometria practica, Optica, Catoptrica, Architectura militaris, Cylindrica et Annularia), with \"Cylindrica et Annularia\" (Theorems on cylinders and rings) being his most important work. With engraved title and portrait frontispiece. Bound in library cloth, Spine backed with black tape. With 87 full folding pull out pages of astrological, mathematical and architectural diagrams, rare to be found complete. Some rubbing and general wear to cover, Presentation ex libris by C.W. Turner/Keele Unversity. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Mathmatik

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        Ioannis Petri Fontanellae, , Decisiones Sacrii Regii Senatus Cathaloniae

      Lugduni [Lyon], Germanum Nanty [Vol I] - Horat. Boissat & Georg. Remeus [Vol II] , 1668 - 2 volúmenes en folio, [28]+576+[64]+[20]+621+[82] p. Pasta española muy rozada, charnelas semirasgadas, nervios. Papel moteado, puntas dobladas, ALGUNOS PASAJES SUBRAYADOS. Portada a dos tintas, marca de impresor en portada. EJEMPLAR FATIGADO, PERO COMPLETO

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        The Faith, Doctrine, and Religion, Professed, and Protected in The Realm of England, and Dominions of the Same Expressed in Thirty Nine Articles, Concordably Agreed Upon the Reverend Bishops, and Clergy of this Kingdom, At two Several Meetings, or Convocations of theirs, in the Years of our Lord, 1562 and 1604. etc.

      London: Printed by John Streater. 1668 - London: Printed by John Streater, 1688. 35 unnumbered pages + 222 pp. Full calf, recently rebound with gilt titles to the spine. Scarce. Condition Report Externally Spine – very good condition – gilt titles and published year to the spine. Joints – very good condition. Corners – very good condition. Boards – very good condition. Page edges – good condition. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – very good condition. Front paste down – good condition. Front free end paper – good condition. Title – good condition – foxed with contemporary ink writing. Pages – good condition – some marks, finger marks, wear to the edges of pages consistent with a 350-year-old book. Binding – very good condition – solid external binding. See photos [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Del Regno d' Italia sotto i Barbari. Epitome

      presso Gio. Giacomo Hertz, in Venetia 1668 - In-12° (155x90mm), pp. (10), 776, (72) di indici, modesta legatura novecentesca in t. tela con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Antiporta allegorica figurata e altre 66 tavv. calcografiche f.t., opera di L. David, J. Ruphonus, Carlo Scotti, Antonio Bosio, Leonardus Henricus, etc., tra cui un'antiporta allegorica, 3 carte geografiche ripiegate, di cui la prima raffigurante la Scandinavia ed un'altra del territorio canavesano, e un ritratto del Tesauro; le restanti tavv. raffigurano Re di popoli barbari o Re d'Italia dell'età delle invasioni barbariche. Dedica a stampa a don Gasparo di Teves e Cordova, fregi tipografici in xilografia. Buon esemplare. Ristampa veneziana di questa ricostruzione compiuta dal Tesauro delle dominazioni barbariche in Italia, certo il più organico sforzo operato nel Seicento di compilazione storica sull'Italia dei secoli bui, tra il declinare del IV secolo ed il crepuscolo dell'XI secolo. L'opera fu una delle principali fonti di Manzoni per i suoi studi sui Longobardi in Italia, culminati nella lirica trasfigurazione dell'Adelchi. Cfr. (varie edizioni): Bruni Evans, 500. Cat. Vinciana, 499-501. Belloni, Il Seicento, pp. 449-450. Brunet, V, 730. Graesse, VI, p. 72. Olschki, Choix, 15777-15778. S.T.C. XVIIth Century Italian Books, p. 901. Canavesio, Seicentina, 309. Picchetto, n. 141. Della Chiesa, Catalogo di tutti li scrittori piemontesi, Carmagnola, 1660, pp. 62-63. Platneriana, 113. Manca al Manno. Italiano

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        Choice and experimented receipts in physick and chirurgery, as also cordial and distilled waters and spirits, perfumes, and other curiosities / Collected by ... Sir K. Digby ... Translated out of several languages by G[eorge] H[artman].

      London:: Printed for the author, and ... sold by H. Brome, 1668.. Small 8vo. [8], 308, [12] pp. Frontispiece portrait engraved by Cross; margins worn. Modern full speckled calf, brown gilt-stamped spine label, raised bands, blind and gilt-tooling, endleaves renewed. Very good. First edition, second issue, issued posthumously. After Digby's death, his assistant [“steward”], George Hartman, issued “three major collections of his medical, culinary and chemical recipes.” (Huston-Rubin p. 46). The first edition was issued in two states with “Printed for the Author” on the title. The second state, adds the bookseller, “H. Brome.” This copy does not include the longitudinal half-title associated with the first issue. “The volume deals mainly with receipts and prescriptions for different ailments, but incidentally there is a little practical chemistry in the preparation of the compounds employed. Among them the product of the destructive distillation of tobacco, which was used for the cure of ulcers, and which even by external application caused sickness, is described.” – Ferguson. ¶ The example of his mad-dog bit recipe was to take ale, treacle, rue, tin shavings, boil together, etc., take two spoonfuls [as needed], “It is excellent for Man or Beast.” (pp. 114-5). ¶ This book contains a plethora of medicinal recipes including rose water (p. 296), oxymel for fevers, cochinile for “purple fever” [“After twice or thrice doing this, and keeping the patient very warm, the disease will break out in spots, and they will escape...” – p. 11]. In another case, treacle [molasses] stewed with white wine for half an hour, is recommended against fever [“ague”] while also being put to bed, cover warm to sweat, the cure will come after two or three applications (p. 13). ¶ Dugan, in her history of perfumes, makes point of the “widespread belief in – and access to – herbs and objects used as aphrodisiacs in the period.” Holly Dugan, The Ephemeral History of Perfume: Scent and Sense in Early Modern England, (p. 220). ¶ Another section offers remedies for pregnant women, “To cause a good delivery in a woman with child” (p. 62) [fry onions in oil till tender, add water, boil, strain, and drink every day for 3 weeks prior to delivery [“women that have had the most dangerous labours till they took this, have no difficulty afterwards”]. A more remarkable recipe is recommended “To bring away the After-burthen, or any Foulness of a Dead-child, and to Cure the After-throws and Griping, after a Woman is delivered.” For this one needs wrinkled inner skins of hen gizzards that are laying eggs, wipe clean, dry, beat to a powder, give with a bit of white wine ... repeat as needed. The poor woman who endured this application “For the breast and belly of women lying in” – take Sperma Caete, pure white virgin-wax, melt together, add wine, heat, and dip in a linen cloth, large enough to cover her torso, a hole for each breast “for the nipples to come out” – then after delivery, “she must put on these” add flax pickled loose to cover, some flax under the arm-holes, etc., all over the belly, etc., and apply every day for eight days, “this shall so preserve, that there is not the least wrinkle or crack in the breast or belly after bearing children” (p. 69). According to Laura Lunger Knoppers, this book contains but one recipe “approved by a woman.” – The Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution, (p. 518). ¶ Potable gold is an ingredient for a patient suffering from “shaking of hands or feet” while soaking them in a solution including salt, etc. (p. 195-6). Other remedies are for treating the bite of a mad dog, snake bit, burns, mint-water for cooling the stomach, cinnamon water, treatment for deafness, dropsy, “dizziness and swimming in the head”, against bloodshot eyes, extract of poppy flowers, “for the falling-sickness”, gout, gonorrhea, hemorrhoids, king's evil [scrofula], ointments for wounds or sores, numerous applications against fever, oil of pearl for the face, against the plague, against the retention of urine, treatments for spitting of blood, small-pox, toothaches, tobacco aroma influenced with “perfumes” (p. 305), worms in children, removal of warts, and how to convert water into ice in summer (put boiled water in an earthen jug, place in a deep well till it becomes ice, “so that you must break the pitcher to get it out” (p. 307). ¶ A manuscript found at the rear of the volume describes “Walnut water” and gives a recipe to be applied “an [ounce] at a time morning & evening, expels vapours, keeps out infections [promotes] good digestion ... [for] pains in the stomach.” ¶ ESTC R232747; Wing D1424; John Ferguson, Bibliographical Notes on Histories of Inventions and Books; K. Garth Huston; Davida Rubin, Sir Kenelm Digby, (Norman, 1991). ¶ Locations: Wellcome b13249277 [has [5] ff. as prelims.]. ¶ See: Katharine E. Harbury, Colonial Virginia's Cooking Dynasty, (2004), p. 177; Longueville, Thomas, The Life of Sir Kenelm Digby, 1896.

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        Itinerario para Parochos de Indios

      Rare first edition. According to Sabin, this is "One of the most interesting accounts of the Indies, their laws, privileges, religion, etc." Peña Montenegro (1596 - 1687) was Bishop of Quito (Ecuador), a position of the outmost importance and influence which granted him access to Spanish policy towards the Indians in the New World and the practical efficiency of the Spanish treatment towards them; Kraus says "(Peña Montenegro) is of the highest importance for the knowledge of the laws regarding the missions among the Indian population: it contains the decrees, rules and regulations for the parish priests as missionaries". The work contains important references of the Missions and the costumes of the natives, reminding the clergy to respect their nature and adapt to their costumes. Peña condemns as a sin accepting a missions without knowing the native language -and thus urging the clergy to learn the local language instead of only promoting the Spanish. The work contains references to tobacco and excessive smoking -extremely early mention-, mining and idolatry amongst others. Provenance, manuscript ownership inscription on title page "Don Juan de Zeballos" and a cancelled inscription. Extremadamente rara primera edición de esta obra fundamental de Americana. Según Sabin, se trata de "Una de la mas interesantes obras referentes a las Indias, sus leyes, privilegios, religión, etc.". Peña Montenegro (1596 - 1687) fue Obispo de Quito, posición de singular importancia e influencia que le ganó el acceso a la política de España hacia los Indios en el Nuevo Mundo y la eficiencia práctica del tratamiento de los Españoles a ellos. Kraus dice, refiriéndose a Peña, que "es de la mayor importancia para el conocimiento de las leyes de las misiones entre la población indiana: contiene decretos, reglas y regulaciones para los sacerdotes de parroquia y misionarios". Medina, Biblioteca Hispano Americana, 1454. Palau, 217532.

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        Bibliotheca graeca sive notitia sriptorum veterum graecorum, quorumcunque monumenta integra, aut fragmenta edita exstant: tum plerorumque e mss. ac deperditis... Mischauflage. 14 Bände (alles).

      4to (21 x 17 cm). Mit gest. Verfasserportrait, 13 (9 wiederh.) gest. Frontispizen, 5 (4 wiederh.) gest. sowie einigen Holzschn.-Titelvignetten. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. Je Band ca. 850 S. Leder der Zeit auf 5 Bünden m. RSchild. u. Rückenvergoldung. Rotschnitt. Vollständige Reihe des berühmten monumentalen Hauptwerks des Fabricius (1668-1736), meist in Erster Ausgabe. Der erste Band mit "editio tertia" betitelt, die folgenden mit gegenüber den Erstausgaben etw. späteren Druckjahren. - Einbände berieben, teils kl. Fehlstellen oben u. unten am Rücken. Vereinzelt fleckig. Insgesamt schöne, wohlerhalten Bände.

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        Relazione del penosissimo carcere, e della preziosa morte dell' eminentissimo Sig. Carlo Tomaso Maillard di Tournon ... con la facoltà di Legato a Latere nell' impero della Cina, e regni dell' Indie Orientali seguita nella citta di Macao, li 6 del mese di Guigno dell' anno 1710.Forli, Fasti, "17012" [= 1712]. Small 8vo (14.5 x 10 cm). Contemporary stiff wrappers covered with brocade paper.

      Cordier, Sinica, col. 912; WorldCat (2 copies); not in Löwendahl; Lust. First and only edition of a rare account on the confinement and death of cardinal Charles Thomas Maillard de Tournon (1668-1710), written by the Italian friar Giovanni Pellegrino Dandi (1664-1726).In 1702 Tournon was appointed by the Roman Catholic church to promote the Catholic faith in China and the East Indies, to establish harmony among the missionaries there and to enforce the decision of the Holy Office against the further toleration of the so-called Chinese rites among the native Christians. He headed for India (Pondicherry) in 1703 and later went to the Coromandel Coast. On 11 July 1704 he set sail for China by way of the Philippine Islands, arriving at Macau on 2 April, and at Beijing on 4 December 1705. The Kangxi Emperor received him kindly at first, but upon hearing that he came to abolish the Chinese rites among the native Christians, he demanded from all missionaries on pain of immediate expulsion a promise to retain these rites. At Rome the Holy Office had meanwhile decided against the rites on 20 November 1704, and being acquainted with this decision, the legate issued a decree at Nanjing on 25 January 1707, obliging the missionaries under pain of excommunication to abolish these rites. Thereupon, the emperor ordered Tournon to be imprisoned at Macau and sent some Jesuit missionaries to Rome to protest against the decree. Tournon died in his prison, shortly after being informed that he had been created cardinal on 1 August 1707. The mission and legation of Tournon is described in detail by Killian Stumpf in his Acta Pekinensia.Spine slightly damaged. Good copy.

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