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2010-04-02 11:00:11
ALANI BOUCHOUT
Lovanii, typis Hieronymi Nempaei, 1669. Large 4to (21 x 16 cm). 18th century vellum (spotted). (lii),412 pp. and (with second title) "Tractatus": 69,(i:Index),(i:Censura),(i:blank) pp. Old ownership inscription on title erased; convent-stamp verso title. First fly-leaf and part of halftitle with abundant texts in old handwriting. Text in latin, printed in 2 columns. Good copy .
Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB [Heerlen, Netherlands]
2010-02-20 18:31:08
Dickinson, Edmund
Francofurti: Impensis Johannis Conradi, Emmerich, 1669. The first edition is Oxford, 1655. New full calf.binding with blind tooling and gilt lettering on spine reminiscent of a 17th century binding. Binding by master binder Pat Bruno. Internally very good +. Small 8vo. [27], 142, [17], 48 pp. [1 page labeled ERRATA]. Attributed by Anthony a Wood to Henry Jacob. OCLC locates of this edition 1 copy at the University of Pennsylvania and 3 copies abroad. No copy of this edition for sale on the NET.
Bookseller: Richard L. Press, Fine and Scholarly Boo
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2010-02-02 20:38:03
PETRONIUS || HADRIAN, Michael (Ed.)
Amsterdam, Ioannis Blaeu, 1669. 8:o. Engr. extra title,+ (34),+ 558,+ (42) pp. Two engravings in text. Some spotting. 18th-century full calf, spine richly gilt with red morocco label, covers with gilt boards, blue marbled boards, slight crack on front joint. Exlibris. Fine copy. Schweiger II, p. 723. Graesse V, 238-9. Dibdin II, p. 276: "Dr Harwood says that the Amsterdam edition of 1669 is one of the most beautiful and correct of the octavo Variorum classics. Antonius paticularly commends the edition of 1669 for its elegance and correctness." The fine engraved title by Rom. de Hooghe. The second part printed in 1670 with ?fragmentum? is not present here. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2009-12-21 15:32:43
NIEUHOF, Joan.
Amsterdam, 1669. Engraved view, 20 x 30 cm. Copperengraving, view from Nieuhof, unsigned. Depicting the city of Batavia. 17th c. German captions and legenda. Lower lefthand corner 'Suppl. zum VIII Bande No 2' From the German Nieuhof, 'Die Gesantschaft der Ost Indianischen Gesellschaft', 1669. Batavia, now Jakarta, Capital of Java, Indonesia. Under Coen Jakatra was destroyed in 1619 and after Ternate, built on the ruins of Jakatra, Batavia was founded and became the headquarters of the VOC. Coen had much preferred the name Nieuw Hoorn. From: Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen, Leipzig, Arkstee und Merkus, 1764. KEYWORDS:indonesia/batavia/maps.
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books [Hoofddorp, Netherlands]
2009-11-19 18:55:16
Holder,William D.D. (1616-1698) Fellow of the R.Society
London: T. N[ewcombe] for J. Martyn Printer to the R.Society [first edition] at the Bell without Temple-Barr, 1669. London: T. N[ewcombe] for J. Martyn Printer to the R.Society [first edition] at the Bell without Temple-Barr, 1669. Hardcover. Very Good. Pretty crowned emblems of 4 kingdoms at head of preface and text. Octavo 18th century calf on 5 raised bands with gilt arms on both covers (Society of Writers to the Signet) tips and edges rubbed, joints cracked but held by cords. Old shelf mark label and modern name label (John Lawson) on pastedown, name stamp Sir Richard Betenson Bart at head of titlepage, licence page and title browned at edges, [8] +168pp. *Holder, a clergyman and early member of the Royal Society, here explains the mechanics of articulation. In the preface he notes that he was motivated "by a Worthy Design of giving Relief to a Deaf and Dumb Person, in the year 1659". He uses oral & written signs and applies a manual alphabet together with lip-reading (Wing H2386, Krivatsy 5935). Scarce.
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2009-11-14 19:03:04
Humfrey, John (1621-1719)
London: No publisher listed, 1669. Book. Very good condition. Paperback. First Edition. Octavo (8vo). 31 pages of text followed by [i] blank. Long-stitched pamphlet, with three additional puncture holes from earlier stitching. Title page and last page are slightly soiled, and corners are slightly bent and creased. Several leaves with minor stain in margin. Text is quite clean, and large margins are untrimmed. Measures 8-1/8" tall. Title continues "...stated briefly, and published in reference to what is offered to the contrary, in a book intituled, A friendly debate betwixt a conformist and a nonconformist : together with animadversions on a new book, entituled, Ecclesiastical polity, the general heads and substance whereof are taken under consideration : as also a peaceable dissertation, by way of composition with some late papers, entituled, Liberty of conscience, in order to the determining the magistrates power in matters of religion." Topics: Simon Patrick (1626-1707); Friendly debate between a conformist and a non-conformist; Samuel Parker (1640-1688); Discourse of ecclesiastical politie; Religious Dissenters, England, Church and state, Church polity; Liberty of conscience.. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2009-11-09 18:11:51
Justiniani, D
Amsterdam, 1669. 643 s. Samtida dekorerat skinnband. Guldornerad rygg. Guldsnitt. Upphöjda bind. Bandet något nött. Clasps missing. Several name inscriptions on endpaper.. Editio posstrema ab Auctore recognita. Ex Officina Elzeviriana
Bookseller: Jones Antikvariat
2009-10-24 17:39:28
Du Val, Pierre
Mariette, Pierre, Paris, 1669. Size : 413x540 (mm), 16.25x21.25 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2009-09-26 04:37:48
LACERDA, Fernando Correa de, writing under the pseudonym Leandro Dorea Caceres e Faria].
Lisbon, Miguel Manescal, 1669. - 4°, contemporary mottled calf, spine richly gilt, slight worming to upper joint, somewhat worn. Woodcut headpieces and initials. Some light browning. Minor marginal worming (mostly repaired) without loss. 267 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION, variant issue, without the licenses printed on the verso of LL2.In 1662 the irresponsible D. Afonso VI took the throne of Portugal, ousting his mother D. Luisa de Gusmão, who had ruled as regent since D. João IV's death in 1656. In November 1667, however, D. Afonso was imprisoned by his brother D. Pedro, who was named Prince Regent by the Cortes some months later and remained regent until his brother finally died (still under lock and key) in 1683. Pedro also, after a hasty annulment, married the French princess who had been D. Afonso's wife. To justify D. Pedro's ascension, Corrêa de Lacerda gives all the juicy gossip about D. Afonso's life, including the fever that left him partially paralyzed at age 3, his scandalous behavior throughout his adolescence and adulthood (consorting with prostitutes, breaking windows, attending dogfights), and his impotence-a serious problem to the new Bragança dynasty-which was used to justify the nullification of D. Afonso's marriage.Corrêa de Lacerda (b. Tojal, diocese of Vizeu, 1628; d. 1685), who had been one of D. Pedro II's tutors, was named Bishop of Porto by D. Pedro in 1673, and became a royal advisor as well.*** Arouca L6 (describing a copy with the licences on the final unnumbered verso of p. 267, and stating that there is a variant issue with this page blank). … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books
2009-04-01 17:39:01
SANSON, Nicholas and Guillaume SANSON (d. 1703)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2009-01-04 16:10:09
Jeremiah, the prophet
Amstelodami: Johannis a Someren, 1669. Folio, pp. [6], 319, [7]; bound with, Prophetia Ezechielis, cum commentario Johannis Coccei...Amsterdam, 1669; engraved title page, pp. [8], 415, [9]; woodcut vignette on both titles, titles printed in red and black, 19 copper-engraved architectural plates on 16 folding or double-page sheets; old leather encrustations on front and back covers, otherwise a good, sound copy in full contemporary vellum. With an inscription on the flyleaf: "Library of Kenyon College, Ohio. Presented by Rev. E. B. Pusey-Regis Professor of Hebrew, Oxford 1835." Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-1882) was a canon of Christ Church, an esteemed orientalist, and champion of orthodoxy. He counted among his intimate frinds Cardinal Newman and Gladstone. See DNB for a nine-page account of his life. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2009-01-02 12:17:49
Quam ex mandato illustrissimi regni cancellarii comitis Magni Gabr. De-la Gardie &c. &c. In sermonem latinum vertit, notisq´; necessariis illustravit Joannes Schefferus argentoratentis. Sthlm, N. Wankivius, 1669. Folio. Grav. front,(12),234,(1) s. Samtida ngt nött pergamentbd. Pärmarna ngt solkiga och med några fläckar. Inlagan med spridda lager- och småfläckar samt några små fuktränder. Liten reva i övre yttre hörnet på s. 141. Spår av lack på främre pärmens insida. Bra ex. med Carl Törnskiöldhs namnteckning på titelbladet och Jonas Berggrens namnteckning daterad 1796 på försättsbladet. Ett extra dedikationsblad med en dikt av Heinsius till Karl XI saknas.. Collijn 462. Utgiven av Johannes Schefferus. Texten utgavs första gången av Bureus 1634 och trycktes om 1650. Frontespisen graverades av Dionysius Padtbrugge efter förlaga av David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl, och föreligger här i varianten utan ramverk. Den föreställer den unge Karl XI styrande Sveriges skepp. Det manuskript Bureus använt för sin utgåva var inte längre tillgängligt, och Schefferus fick utgå från den tryckta texten till denna utgåva med latinsk parallelltext, dock inte utan att införa ett flertal förbättringar. Arbetet är en uppfostringslära för en ung kung skriven under svensk medeltid. Den kan vara författad för Magnus Eriksson ca 1330. Författaren är okänd, men troligen är verket en bearbetning av den italienske teologen och författaren Colonnas "De regimine principum" som var avsedd för Filip den sköne av Frankrike. Även om texten bygger på utländska förlagor är den både språkligt och innehållsmässigt en my … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2008-12-04 14:13:05
MÅNSSON, JOHAN.
Mit königl. schwedischer Maytt. gnädigsten Freyheit. Wissmar, J.-G. Rheten, 1669. 4:o. (10),106,(2) s. Med svenska riksvapnet i träsnitt på s. (5). Samtida pergamentbd med handskriven ryggtitel. Pärmarna bågnade och med en del små svarta fläckar, i synnerhet på den bakre pärmen. Några obetydliga småfläckar. Svag fuktfläck i övre marginalen på de två inledande bladen. Reva i texten med förlust av någon bokstav på s. 7-8. Små fläckar på de tre sista bladen och ett obetydligt maskhål i inre marginalen på det sista bladet. Spår av Uppsala universitetsbiblioteks ryggetikett och med deras gula handskrivna nummerlapp på främre pärmens insida samt överstruken duplettanteckning. Borttaget exlibris på insidan av frampärmen och försättsbladet. Bortskrapad namnteckning på insidan av främre respektive bakre pärmen. Gammal tillskrift på insidan av frampärmen: "Anno: 1674 d. 4 septemb: kiöpte iagh denna book i Stockholm". På insidan av bakre pärmen återfinns ett nära samtida recept på bläck.. Collijn 634. Warmholtz 226 för det svenska originalet. Svenska upplagor utkom 1644, 1677, 1725, 1743 och 1748. Ytterligare minst tre tyska upplagor utkom: 1701, 1717 och 1735. En översättning gjordes även till danska 1735. Arbetet innehåller segelanvisningar för Östersjön och i texten beskrivs bl.a. Sandhamn, Hangöudd, Gotland, Gotska Sandön, Dagö, Runö m.fl. öar och hamnar. Månssons "Sjöbok" var den första tryckta seglingsbeskrivningen på svenska och "Svenskt biografiskt lexikon" skriver att "boken blev berömd för sina många tillförlitliga kurs- och distansuppgifter och blev under hundra år det vikt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2008-12-04 14:02:44
Poli, Matthaei [Matthew Poole]
E. Flesher & T. Roycroft, London [Londini], 1669. Londini [London]: Typis E. Fletcher [ulque ad I. Sam. deinde a II.R e.g. inclusive ad finem Voluminis] & T. Roycroft. Prostat apud Cornelium Bee in vico Little Britain. Anno Domini MDCLXIX [1669]. First Edition. Contact for anterior collation. In "In Genesin", 1,247 pp. "In "I Samuelis" (Pars Posterior), 1,027 pp. Elephant Folio, approx 15.75" tall. Full leather with six spine ribs, decorative tooled panels at covers. Very massive volume barely fits on a large-format scanner (see scans); too heavy for spine scan. Chip at spine top, roughening at spine bottom, general moderate scuffing. Some creasing and very faint waterstaining to initial few leaves. Minimal foxing. Hinges relatively strong. Overall, Very Good. The first volume of Matthew Poole's opus, a life work in which he surveyed and encapsulated a wide variety of religious writings on both the Old and New Testaments. Poole, born in York in 1624, graduated from Emmanuel College in Cambridge in 1645, and succeeded Anthony Tuckney at St. Michael-le-Querne church, but would shortly thereafter leave the pastorate; as a strict Presbyterian, he resigned his living rather than conform to the Act of Uniformity. William Lloyd (later Bishop of Worcester) suggested that Poole then undertake his life's masterwork, the Synopsis. Viewed as a usable summary of then-extant religious writings from (almost] every source imaginable, the Synopsis is, in fact, an exercise in conciseness, as difficult as that may be to imagine of a set of five mammoth elephant folio volumes [of which this is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine [Baldwinsville, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-12-01 18:46:53
BERQVEN, R. DE.
1669. Paris, C. Lambin, 1669. 4to. (22 x 16cm). pp. (8), 152, with 1 engraved portrait. Contemporary calf, covers with large floral gilt centrepiece within broad gilt borders, richly floral gilt spine with 5 raised bands and gilt lettering (corners slightly rubbed). Sinkankas 593; Duveen 71. Second, enlarged edition (the first appeared in 1661) of this rare work on precious stones and pearls found in the East- and West-Indies, written by a 'Marchand Orphevre' in Paris. Both editions are dedicated to 'a Mademoiselle' (i.e. Anne Marie Louise d'Orleans) with her engraved portrait, which is more delicately executed (by N. Larnessin) in the above edition. Moreover the second edition is more interesting and wanted because of the additional chapters: Du prix des Diamans, Du prix des Perles, Contre les chercheurs de la pierre philosophale & souffleurs d'Arquemie, Raisons contre les cherchevrs de la Pierre Philosophale & souffleurs d'Alquemie. Et ne sera pas mal a propos de parler de Nicolas Flamel sur ce sujet. A large chapter is devoted to pearls and pearl fishing. The Persian Gulf is given as one of the main locations of pearl fishing 'Dans le Golfe Persique, principalement aux environs de l'Isle d'Ormus' (pages 65-90). Several locations are mentioned in the Gulf. "Very early, and important treatise on gemstones, gold & silver, but with by far more space devoted to gemstones. The first chapter attempts to reconcile differing views of various writers, as cited by Berquem, on the origin of gemstones and precious metals, with following chapters taking up the principal gemstones, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-11-27 10:49:01
MORISON, R.
1669. London, typis Tho. Roycroft, 1669. 2 parts (bound in one). 8vo (272 x 115mm). pp. (24), 1-347, (11), 351-499, (5). Contemporary blind boards, spine with old lettering. First edition and the first work published by this famous Scottish botanist. The first part is a catalogue of plants growing in the Duc d'Orleans' botanical garden at Blois. "He was, among other things, the superintendent of the gardens at Blois for the Duc d'Orleans, and became the first Professor of Botany at Oxford in 1669. Later he was employed by Charles II of England to help with the laying out of St.James Park, and held the titles of Royal Physician and Royal Botanist" (Hunt 313). The catalogue consists of an alphabetical list of the Royal garden at Blois and was for a large part compiled by Abel Brunyer, Morison's colleague. The botanical garden created by Gaston d'Orleans at Blois was the most important French botanical garden in the 17th century. Nicolas Robert and Daniel Rabel were commissioned by the Duc d'Orleans to paint its plants. These were the first 'velins' of the great 'Collections des velins', now in the Paris Natural History Museum. The second part, 'Hallucinationes', is a list of mistakes made by Gaspard Bauhin in his 'Pinax' 1623, with Morison's corrections, followed by critisism ('Animadversiones') of Jean Bauhin's 'Historia plantarum universalis' (1650, 1651). "The 'Praeludia' concludes with a dialogue between the author, as Botanographus Regius, and a Fellow of the Royal Society, on the classification of plants. Morison alludes in this dialogue, in a very critical manner, to a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-11-21 09:14:43
NAUDE Gabriel
A Paris: chez Jacques Cotin, 1669. relié. in 12 (14,4x8,5cm). Edition originale, une autre édition est parue à la même date chez Besongné. Livre relativement rare mais célèbre. Plein Veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné. Ensemble frotté. La coiffe supérieure est manquante au 2/3, un coin ne porte plus de cuir, une partie des bordures est dépourvue de cuir, quelques manques à l'endroit des nerfs. Gabriel Naudé (1600-1653) est né à Paris. Il était médecin mais davantage philosophe car il avait étudié également la littérature et la philosophie, de tous ses livres l'apologie est le seul qui nous soit resté. Il fut successivement attaché au cardinal Barberin, au cardinal Mazarin (c'est lui qui se chargera de collecter les ouvrages de la bibliothèque de Mazarin), au cardinal Richelieu puis à la reine Christine, comme bibliothécaire également, à part le fameux 'Advis pour dresser une bibliothèque'. C'est un héritier de l'humanisme qui prône le retour à un rationalisme strict, cet ouvrage en est l'application, accréditant qu'il faut exercer son jugement et étudier les causes et les effets avant que de condamner. On trouve de nombreux renseignement précieux sur les accusations et les pratiques de nombreux hommes, Gallien, Raymond Lulle, Albertus Magnus, saint Thomas d'Aquin, en même temps qu'une défense des accusations qui ont été portés contre ces hommes, Naudé démonte les croyances sur les démons, la pierre philosophale et ce qu'elles recouvrent. - chez Jacques Cotin, A Paris _1669, in 12 (14,4x8,5cm), (24) 502pp., Un Vol. relié. - Un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2008-11-20 20:16:01
Browne, Thomas (1605-1682)
London: The Assigns Of Edward Dod, 1669. London: The Assigns Of Edward Dod. Good; Spine perished, front board detached, internally sound and . clean, portrait frontispiece supplied in photo-copy... 1669. Fifth Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary blind tooled leather, [14], 414, blank, [16]p., index; [8], 29p.; [6], 32-70p., 2 plates, frontispiece portrait supplied in photo copy. **Wing B5164. The other paginations being: Hydriotaphia, urn-burial; or, a discourse of the sepulchral urns lately found in Norfolk. Together with the garden of Cyrus; or, the quincuncial lozenge, or net-work plantations of the ancients, artificially, naturally, mystically considered... DNB: "...he traces the history of horticulture down to the time of the Persian Cyrus." .
Bookseller: Hurley Books [United States]
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2008-10-15 16:36:39
HOLDER, William.
London, by T. N. for J. Martyn Printer to the R. Society, 1669. London, by T. N. for J. Martyn Printer to the R. Society,, 1669. An Essay of Inquiry into The Natural Production of Letters: with An Appendix Concerning Persons Deaf & Dumb. Octavo (165 x 108 mm). Nineteenth-century half calf, lacks label. With initial licence leaf. Ownership inscription and inkstamp on Virginia A Osborne on front free endpaper. Rubbed, edges of boards worn, outer leaves, licence leaf soiled on blank recto and coming loose, outer leaves foxed, but the paper strong throughout, a good copy. First Edition. Holder (1615/6-1698) was a clergyman and natural philosopher, one of the first members of the Royal Society. "In 1660 at Bletchingdon he achieved considerable fame by teaching a deaf mute, Alexander Popham, to speak 'plainly and distinctly, and with a good and graceful tone'" (ODNB). This publication was based on the paper Holder delivered to the Royal Society the previous year. He deplores the "faulty alphabets" of grammarians and names and analyses the physical parts of speech in pursuit of a basis for a universal language.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2008-10-15 14:55:17
Pliny the Younger 61-114
Leyden, Netherlands: Hackiana, 1669. Book. Very good- condition. Hardcover. Roman history; philosophy; 818p.; 19.7cm; full old leather worn; front hinge cracked; engraved t. p. added; index; author Roman consul; one of earliest references to Christians in letter to emperor Trajan; Kasper von Barth 1587-1658; Francois Baudouin 1520-73; August Buchner 1591-1661; Isaac Casaubon 1559-1614; Joan Maria Catanaeo d.1529; Henri Estienne 1531-98; Joannes Fredericus Gronovius 1611-71; Janus Gruterus 1560-1627; Konrad Rittershausen 1560-1613; Joannes Veenhusen 17th century; Gerardus Joannes Vossius 1577-1659; bookplate..
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2008-08-28 11:53:34
Monsieur Herve, Rapporteur
1669. On offer is a very interesting 4 page printed proclamation cancelling the death sentence of 2 criminals. The text goes to great lengths to explain the Sun King's absolution of the affair. Some signs of yellowing but some loss to the bottom left corner with some loss of words but not many. G.
Bookseller: M. Benjamin Katz, Fine Books/Rare Manuscripts [Toronto, Ontario, CA]
2007-11-21 20:57:21
CORNEILLE Thomas
- chez Guillaume de Luyne, à Paris 1669, 1673, 1680, in-12 (15,5x8,5cm), (2) 592pp. (4), 544pp. (4), 584pp. (4), 74, 113, 86, 120, 76, 77pp., 72, 106, 136, 112, 75pp., 5 tomes reliés. - Les trois premier volumes de cette édition collective ont paru pour la première fois en 1662, le volume IV, paru en 1673, ne contient que des pièces en édition originale, à savoir : Laodice, Le baron d'Albikrack, La mort d'Annibal, La comtesse d'orgueil, Ariane, Teodate. Le cinquième volume contient en originales La mort d'Achille, Circé, L'inconnu, Le comte d'Essex. Les trois premiers volumes possèdent chacun un titre frontispice et une pagination continue, les deux autres volumes sont à paginations séparées, avec pages de titres spécifiques à chaque pièce. Chaque tome porte sur sa page de titre, partie I, jusqu'à V. Reliures en plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs très orné. Reliure uniforme sur les 5 volumes. Coiffe supérieure du tome 3 élimée, et partie de la coiffe du tome 3 manquante, coiffe inférieure du tome 4 elimée. Accroc avec manque au mors du tome 5. Malgré les défauts signalés, l'ensemble constitue une jolie série. « Thomas Corneille a laissé quarante-deux Âœuvres dramatiques et obtint de grands succès au théâtre : les plus célèbres, Ariane, le Comte d'Essex, tragédies, le Festin de Pierre, comédie versifiée de Molière. Palissot lui reprocha plus tard ses « intrigues romanesques », et La Harpe « une versification flasque et incorrecte », Boileau disait de lui qu'il n'était « qu'un cadet de Normandie ». Voltaire dit, qu'exception faite de Racine « il était le seul de son temps qui fû … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2007-10-10 20:04:10
[Law]. Coke, Edw[ard. 1552 - 1634]
London: Printed for A. Crooke, et al., 1669. 3rd edition (Marvin, p. 208; Wing C-4950). Modern full speckled calf binding executed in a period style with dark brown title label to spine. Binding - Fine. Text - VG+ (faint discoloration to bottom of 1 & fading throughout the ajoining 'A' gathering).. [10], 745, [43] pp. Head- tailpieces. Decorative inital capital letters. Folio. 11-3/4" x 7-3/8" The 2nd - 4th Institutes were all published posthumously, per order of the House of Commons. In this Second Part, "His Commentary upon Magna Charta, and particularly on the celebrated 29th Chapter, is deeply interesting to the lawyers of hte present age, as well from the value and dignity of the text, as the spirity of justice and of civil liberty which pervades and animates the work." [as quoted in Marvin].
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [United States]
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