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        Ducatus Holsatiae summa diligentia accurataque censura noviter. Altkolor. Kupferstichkarte von Nikolaus Johannes Visscher, von 1670. 44,5 x 55,5 cm.

       1670 Zeigt das Herzogtum Holstein mit zwei größeren und 11 kleineren Insetkarten am oberen bzw. unteren Kartenrand sowie Trachtenkupfer und Schlossansichten in Medaillons an den Seitenrändern.- Knapprandig, auf Bütten montiert. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        La Gierusalemme Liberata. Mit gestochenem Titel, Textvignetten u. Zierleisten u. 20 Kupfern

      Roma: Gregorio, e Gio Andreoti 1670 PGMt. der Zeit mit Rückentitel, [3]+549+[1] Seiten, 16°, Einband etwas berieben und gelockert, Anmerkungen und Stempel auf Titelblatt und Vorsätzen, Rückentitel jetzt teilweise abgeblättert, Signatur auf dem Rücken, Besitzerzunterschrift und Zeichnung auf dem hinteren Vorsatz, Seiten leicht altergebräunt, sonst gutes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar.Alte Drucke

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        Geometrischer Abriß desß Sachsenwalds, sambt deßen angräntzenden Örttern .

      v. Stern'sche Druckerei (?), Lüneburg: 1670 - Kupferstichkarte, Christoph Metzger fec., Lüneburg: v. Stern'sche Druckerei (?) 1670, 68 x 48 cm. (Mit Spuren alter Faltung, Bug unterlegt, einige helle alte Tintenflecke, minimal gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten). Abzug auf stärkerem Papier. Einblattdruck, sehr selten. * Die Karte wurde "in der Statt Lüneburg verfertiget und unterschrieben" (möglicherweise in der v.Stern'schen Druckerei hergestellt); sie zeigt das Gebiet des Sachsenwaldes (östlich von Hamburg) bis Wohltorff, Kropellhagen, Dassendorf, Brunstorf, Schwartzenbeck, Havekorst, Möhsen, Lasseburg und Kuddewörde. Die Karte entstand als Beweismittel in einem Rechtsstreit zwischen den Reichsstädten Hamburg und Lübeck einerseits und dem Herzogtum Lauenburg andererseits über den Grenzverlauf im Sachsenwald. Die eigentliche Landkarte nimmt etwa die untere Blatthälfte ein, während im oberen Teil - ebenfalls in Kupfer gestochen - ausführliche Erläuterungen und Zeugenberichte den Prozeß betreffend enthalten sind. Die Karte wurde von den Landmessern Christian Schildknecht (Ingenieur in Güstrow) und Dionys Bredekow (Ingenieur in Stade) gezeichnet und von Christoph Metzger in Lüneburg gestochen (und am Unterrand signiert). Bereits 1549 hatten die Hansestädte vor dem Reichskammergericht zu Speyer Klage eingereicht. Nach langwierigem, mehr als m100 Jahre (!) dauerndem Prozeß erging schließlich 1663 das Urteil, welches erst 1670 verkündet wurde. Die den Prozeßakten beiliegende größere Manuskriptkarte hatte letztlich Anerkennung als Beweismittel gefunden und führte zum Erfolg; die 1670 angefertigte Kupferstich-Version diente der Öffentlichkeit als Nachweis der nunmehr korrekten Grenzziehung (vgl. Geerz S. 62f., auch Anm. 25+26). Die Autoren der Karte haben folgendermaßen signiert: Text oben links, 7. und 8. Zeile: ". den 25. 9bris (= Novembris) a(nno) 1664 von Christian Schildknecht, Ingenieur zu Güstrow, und Dionys Bredekaw, Ingenieur zu Stade, in der Statt Lüneburg verfertiget und unterschrieben." Der Stecher signierte unten Mitte: "Christoff Metzger fecit." (Mit Spuren alter Faltung, Bug unterlegt, einige helle alte Tintenflecke, minimal gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten). Abzug auf stärkerem Papier. Einblattdruck, sehr selten. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        [De cruce] Jvsti Lipsii De Crvce Libri Tres Ad sacram profanamque historiam utiles ; Un\'a cum Notis (2 Teile in einem Band),

      Antverpiae, Andreæ Frisii, 1670. 1 Band, Mit 10 gansseitigen und 10 gefaltetenKst Tafeln, [11] Bl., 240 Seiten; [11] Bl., 224 Seiten, [8] Bl., 12°, helles OPgmt mit Rückenbeschriftung ORDENTLICHES UND FESTES EXEMPLAR DIESE SEHR SELTEN TITELS! BEIGEBUNDEN IST: Titulus Sanctæ Crucis, Seu Historia Et Mysterium Tituli Sanctæ Crucis Domini nostri Jesu Christi] von Honorat Niquet, Antverpiæ, Frisius, 1670, 224 S., [8] Bl. und einer hübschen Titel-Vignette sowie eier mehrfach gefalteten gestochenen Karte, 12º Gutes Exemplar. der Titel des Teil 1 fehlt Versand D: 5,00 EUR Th 37776, i

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        Historia et meteorologia incendi Aetnaei anni 1669

      in Officina Dominici Ferri 1670 Borrelli, Giovanni Alfonso. Regio Iulio, in Officina Dominici Ferri, 1670. Historia et meteorologia incendi Aetnaei anni 1669... Accessit Responsio Rev. P. Honorati Fabri contra librum Auctoris De vi percussionis. In - 4°, pergamena ottocentesca. (16), 162, (1 - errata) pp. e una tavola ripiegata f.t. incisa in rame raffigurante la famosa eruzione dell' Etna con i villaggi adiacenti. Bell' esemplare di questr' opera importante e rara. Edizione originale ed unica. Riccardi, I, 159: >. Libri, Cat. 1861, 1231: >. Dict. of Scient. Biography, II, pp. 311 - 12. Agassiz, I, p. 364. Mira, Bibl. siciliana, I, p. 122. E' possibile effettuare un piccolo sconto. Uff. Mob. 2

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        Belgica Foederata.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1670, 43,1 x 51,4 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 3060:2. - Zeigt die 7 niederländischen Provinzen mit den angrenzenden Gebieten. - Oben links große Titelkartusche; unten rechts Kartusche mit Insetkarte (6 x 3,5 cm) der Provinz Limburg; darunter Kartusche mit Meilenzeigern; in der Nordsee Kompaßrose mit Richtungszeiger. - Tadelloser Zustand dieser nur im 'Atlas Maior' von Blaeu erschienenen Karte. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Nederlandtse Herbarius of Kruyd-Boeck Petrus Nylandt, Amsterdam, 1670.

      De Nederlandtse Herbarius of Kruydt-Boeck beschryvende de Geslachte/Gedaente/Plaetse/Tijt/Oeffeningh/Aert/Krachten en medicinael gebruyck van alderhande Boomen/Heesteren/Boom -gewassen/Kruyden en Planten/ die in de Nederlanden in 't wilde gevonden/ ende in de Hoven ondehouden worden. Als mede De Uytlandtsen of vreemde Droogens, die gemeenlijck in de Apothekers Winckels gebruyckt worden. Uit Verscheyde Kruydt-beschrrijvers tot nut van alle Natuur-kunders/Geneesmeesters/Apothekers/Chirurgijns en Liefhebbers van Kruyden en Planten by een vergaderst en beschreven Door Petrus Nylandt, M. Doctor, T'Amsterdam, voor Marcus Doornick, Boeck-verkooper op de Vygen-dam/ in 't Comptoir Inct-vat. 1670, Met Privilegie voor 15 jaren. 4to Brown leather, slightly damaged at corners and spines. Very rare first edition. A little known work of an equally little known author, this Dutch herbarium is truly a rare book. Its second edition (1682) is held in seven American libraries, but this first edition (1670) is available in only two places, one of them being the Becker Library. The text and illustrations of the Kruydt-boeck follow the style of the sixteenth century herbals, such as those by Mattioli, Rösslin, and Fuchs. Two columns of text on a page with interspersed woodcuts describe and represent the plants. Even the type-face looks archaic! It is Gothic type, which recalls the somewhat rigid lines of the medieval manuscript tradition. The delicate copper plate illustration on the title page pictures the herbalist (right, sitting) and his assistants. Note the fine detail in the open herbal in the right bottom corner. (Washington University, Becker Library).

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        Biblia dat is: De gantsche H. Schrifture vervattende alle de Canonycke Boecken des Oude en des Niewen Testaments. Door last van de Ed. Hoogh- Mog. Heeren Staten Generael vande Vereenigde Nederl. en volgens 't Besluyt vande Synode Nationael gehouden tot Dordrecht, inde Iaren 1618 ende 1619. Uyt de Oorspronckelijcke Tale in onse Neder-landtsche Tale getrouwelijck over-geset. Door gemeene ordre der Kercken verbetert. (Biblia/Bijbel).

      Amsterdam, Erve Paulus van Ravesteyn 1670. 2 delen, (gegraveerde titelpagina, 14) 239 (1) 88, 112 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, (goud-)bestempeld, 8° H. 19 x B. 12,5 x D. 2-3,5 cm. (Zeldzame uitgave van de Bijbel uit 1670 in twee delen octavo. De eigenaar besloot destijds bij aanschaf van deze Bijbel om vanwege de inhoud de Apocriefe boeken er niet bij te laten binden.) (2 volumes, (engraved titlepage, 14) 239 (1) 88, 112 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 5 raised bands and decorated gilt spine, 8° H. 19 x L. 12,5 x W. 2-3,5 cm. (Rare edition of the Bible from the year 1670 in two octavo-sized volumes. The owner decided at that time to leave the Apocryphal books out because of their content.) Long, I. le (1732). Boek-zaal der Nederduytsche Bybels, p. 833, 886 / Poortman, W.C. (1983). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 236.

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        Munster avanti l'assedio (=Ansicht von Münster vor der Belagerung; und:) Munster assediato adi 20 di Agosto 1659 Aggiustato . (=Ansicht mit der Belagerung; 2 Darstellungen übereinander auf einem Blatt).

      Wien 1670 - Kupferstich (von 2 Platten, zusammengefügt), Wien 1670, 67 x 30 cm. (Faltspuren geglättet, oberer weißer Papierrand außerhalb der Einfassungslinien alt angesetzt, sonst sehr gut erhalten). (aus: Gualdo Priorato: Historia di Leopoldo Cesare. Wien 1670-1674). * Zeitgenössischer Kupferstich nach der Vorlage von Merian 1667. Außerordentlich dekoratives und detailreiches Blatt: Die obere Ansicht zeigt blattbreit das Stadtpanorama von der Westseite zu Friedenszeiten "Munster avanti l'assedio", darunter die Darstellung der Belagerung ("Munster assediuto") vom 20. August bis 23. Oktober 1657 durch Bischof Bernhard von Galen. Unter der Darstellung ausführliche gestochene Beschreibung von A bis X und 1 bis 29. Nach dem Westfälischen Frieden (1648) hatte sich der Stadtrat bemüht, für Münster den Status einer Freien Reichsstadt zu erhalten (und dadurch nicht mehr dem Bischof von Münster, sondern nur noch dem Kaiser in Wien untertan zu sein). Dies führte zum Konflikt mit dem Bischof, der nun die Stadt mit verbündeten Truppen belagerte, heftig bombardierte und nach zwei Monaten eroberte. Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato (1606-1678) kämpfte im 30jähr. Krieg in verschiedenen Ländern unter Moritz v. Nassau gegen Spanier und Portugiesen und unter Wallenstein gegen die Schweden. Als bedeutender Zeitzeuge verfasste er mehrere Kriegschroniken und Kaiserbiographien, u.a. die dreibändige "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare", und wurde vom Kaiser Leopold zum Hofhistoriographen ernannt. (Faltspuren geglättet, oberer weißer Papierrand außerhalb der Einfassungslinien alt angesetzt, sonst sehr gut erhalten).

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        Gesamtansicht ('Copenhagve').

      - Kupferstich b. Gérard Jollain in Paris, um 1670, 37,5 x 52 Tooley's Dic. Of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 450 f. (Gérard Jollain I, d. 1683). - Zeigt eine dekorative Gesamtansicht von Kopenhagen. - Oben mittig Kartusche mit Vedutentitel; links u. rechts daneben Wappen; die Ansicht umgeben mit Kulissenrahmen; unter der Vedute 2 spaltige lateinisch bzw. französische Beschreibung zur Geschichte der Stadt; unten links Velegeradresse von G. Jollain. - Sehr seltener Pariser Einblattdruck des Verlegers, Karten- u. Ansichtenhändlers Gérard Jollain der Ältere. Copenhagen, total-view, cooper-engraving published by Gérard Jollain in Paris, 37,5 x 52 cm, ca. 1670 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Biblia dat is: De gantsche H. Schrifture vervattende alle de Canonycke Boecken des Oude en des Niewen Testaments. Door last van de Ed. Hoogh- Mog. Heeren Staten Generael vande Vereenigde Nederl. en volgens 't Besluyt vande Synode Nationael gehouden tot Dordrecht, inde Iaren 1618 ende 1619. Uyt de Oorspronckelijcke Tale in onse Neder-landtsche Tale getrouwelijck over-geset. Door gemeene ordre der Kercken verbetert.

      Amsterdam, Erve Paulus van Ravesteyn 1670 - 2 delen, (gegraveerde titelpagina, 14) 239 (1) 88, 112 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, (goud-)bestempeld, 8° H. 19 x B. 12,5 x D. 2-3,5 cm. (Zeldzame uitgave van de Bijbel uit 1670 in twee delen octavo. De eigenaar besloot destijds bij aanschaf van deze Bijbel om vanwege de inhoud de Apocriefe boeken er niet bij te laten binden.) (2 volumes, (engraved titlepage, 14) 239 (1) 88, 112 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 5 raised bands and decorated gilt spine, 8° H. 19 x L. 12,5 x W. 2-3,5 cm. (Rare edition of the Bible from the year 1670 in two octavo-sized volumes. The owner decided at that time to leave the Apocryphal books out because of their content.) Long, I. le (1732). Boek-zaal der Nederduytsche Bybels, p. 833, 886 / Poortman, W.C. (1983). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 236 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nordlandiae et quibies Gestricia et Helsingicae regiones

      Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1670 - "Nordlandiae et quibies Gestricia et Helsingicae regiones". Copper-engraving by A. Bure published by J. Blaeu, ca. 1670. Original old colouring. With 2 coloured figure and heraldic cartouches and 2 coats-of-arms. 40,5:47 cm (16 x 18 1/2 inch.).

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        "Natuerlycke astrology; dat is De verthooninge, van de aert, natuer, ende kracht der planeten, aspecten met haer werckinge in 's menschen lichaem. Leeuwarden, Gysbert Sybes, 1659. ".

      "Full vellum, browned. 8°, pag.: [20] 220. With two folding tables, a woodcut on the title page and numerous woodcut text illustations. Endpapers worn and waterstained throughout, small wormhole in lower margin, not affecting the text. Extremely rare edition of this curious and interesting tract on astrology by the Frisian surveyor Theodorus Hoen (?-1670), first printed in 1650, also by Gijsbert Sybes in Leeuwarden. The book is divided in two parts, each with 10 chapters. The first part gives a general survey of astrology, the second part is devoted to the prediction of the weather and natural phenomena like earthquakes, thunder and lightning etc. Especially in the first part Hoen displays his astro-medical ideas, as to his opinion astrology was of great importance for medical treatments. The appendix contains many geometrical and mathematical questions. Little is known about Hoen's biography. From 1632 until his death in 1670 he lived in St. Annaparochie, working as surveyor and mapmaker. Probably he combined his daily, more down-to-earth work with popular astrological predictions and calculations for almanacs. In his Billandts Almanach for the year 1653 he clearly acknowledged the distinction between his two occupations: astronomy and astrology; the first being based on decent geometry and arithmetics, the latter - no less fundamental - focusing on the relation between earth, nature and humanity with the signs of the zodiac and the stars. From 1649 up to 1670 Hoen calculated almanacs, for which he was paid by the provincial authorities. They also rewarded Hoen with the sum of 30 guilders for the present astrological manual, which he had kindly dedicated to the statesmen of Frisia. A-P 8.B0105.".

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        Biblia dat is: De gantsche H. Schrifture vervattende alle de Canonycke Boecken des Oude en des Niewen Testaments. Door last van de Ed. Hoogh- Mog. Heeren Staten Generael vande Vereenigde Nederl. en volgens 't Besluyt vande Synode Nationael gehouden tot Dordrecht, inde Iaren 1618 ende 1619. Uyt de Oorspronckelijcke Tale in onse Neder-landtsche Tale getrouwelijck over-geset. Door gemeene ordre der Kercken verbetert.

      Amsterdam, Erve Paulus van Ravesteyn 1670 - 2 delen, (gegraveerde titelpagina, 14) 239 (1) 88, 112 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, (goud-)bestempeld, 8° H. 19 x B. 12,5 x D. 2-3,5 cm. (Zeldzame uitgave van de Bijbel uit 1670 in twee delen octavo. De eigenaar besloot destijds bij aanschaf van deze Bijbel om vanwege de inhoud de Apocriefe boeken er niet bij te laten binden.) (2 volumes, (engraved titlepage, 14) 239 (1) 88, 112 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 5 raised bands and decorated gilt spine, 8° H. 19 x L. 12,5 x W. 2-3,5 cm. (Rare edition of the Bible from the year 1670 in two octavo-sized volumes. The owner decided at that time to leave the Apocryphal books out because of their content.) Long, I. le (1732). Boek-zaal der Nederduytsche Bybels, p. 833, 886 / Poortman, W.C. (1983). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 236 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        C. Iulii Caesaris quae exstant cum selectis variorum commentariis quorum plerique novi opera et studio Arnoldi Montani. Accedunt Notitia Galliae et notae auctiores ex autographo Iosephi Scaligeri

      ex Officina Elzeviriana, Amstelodami 1670 - Tagli spruzzati percorsi di tarlo a tratti ledono il testo difetto ai giochi d\'apertura lieve e naturale brunitura della carta esemplare rifilato Vignetta a piena pagina al frontespizio capilettera frontalini e finalini ornati (16) + 918 + (31) con 4 incisioni n.t e 1 tav geografica ripiegata f.t. p. - in-16 p.perg. con tass titoli e fregi oro al dorso

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        Gran Cairo.

      Bologna, Longhi, 1670.. 945 x 620 mm. Engraved view on 2 sheets joined, letterpress text pasted below (4 columns in Italian, 4 columns in Latin: "Descrittione del gran Cairo [...] Cairi quae olim Babylon") with publisher's imprints. Watermark Panzano.. Unrecorded in the standard bibliographies and without counterpart in western libraries, this unique, large-scale view of Cairo reflects the economic and cultural effervescence of the second-largest city in the Empire: under Ottoman rule since 1517 and having expanded south and west from its nucleus around the Citadel, Cairo in the latter half of the 17th century was second only to Constantinople. The Ottoman influence may be discerned in people's clothing in the foreground as well as in the city's architecture. On the river Nile, the map depicts numerous trade boats and sailors. To the left are soldiers battling as part of a tournament; on the right are the Sphinx (wearing a necklace!) and the famous pyramids of Giza: those of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure, as well as the smaller pyramids. The centre of the city shows numerous mosques and gardens. The letterpress text pasted under the engraving provides mostly historical and geographical information (in Italian and Latin). - Longhi's panorama seems to draw various aspects from previous works to create its own original representation of the Egyptian city. Indeed, it bears some resemblance to Braun and Hogenberg's 1572 "Cairos, quae olim Babylon, Aegypti maxima urbs", published in their famous "Civitates orbis terrarum". There are also similarities with Donato Bertelli's "La gran citta del Cairo" (Venice 1575), as well as with the map of "Le Grand Caire" produced by the French soldier and traveller Henri de Beauveau (published in his "Relation journaliere du voyage du Levant", Nancy 1615). Ultimately, these plans probably all derive from a 1549 woodcut panorama credited to Matteo Pagano (or a Venetian engraving derived from it), as they all depict the city from the same viewpoint and on a similar scale. Longhi's map even takes up some of the ornaments of the Braun/Hogenberg map, such as the two people riding on a horse and a donkey in the foreground, though the antiquities as well as the numerous irrigation wheels are here shown in much greater detail. - According to scholars, Gioseffo (Giuseppe) Longhi (1620-91) issued a series of views of Italian and foreign cities between 1654 and 1674. A publisher, bookseller and archepiscopal printer, he was active in Bologna from 1650 to the time of his death. Not only did he publish maps, but he was also a prolific literary editor, notably publishing all the dramatic works of the Italian playwright Giacinto Cicognini. - Some small marginal tears repaired; slight marginal fraying to upper left. - Cf. Tooley, Mapmakers III, 150 (for Giuseppe Longhi); Schulz, Venice 70 (for Arrigoni/Bertarelli).

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        Grammatica linguae Turcicae,

      Oxford: Henry Hall, printer to the University, and sold by Edward Millington,, 1670. in quinque partes distributa. Quarto (182 × 147 mm). Recent tan sheep to style, raised bands to spine forming compartments, titles to second gilt, double-rules to sides in blind, edges speckled blue. Printer's device to the title page, 2 figurative initials, floral head- and tailpieces. Occasional contemporary marginalia and underlining in black ink, later (c. 19th?) annotations in pencil, ownership inscription to verso of title repeated undated on f. 2A4, Greek inscription to head of title-page translating to a paraphrase of Socrates: "The life of the uneducated is not worth living". Title page and last two leaves browned and somewhat soiled, the former additionally with old repair to fore edge, faint chipping to corners towards first and last few leaves, light browning throughout, a few small worm-tracks, one from f. O1 onwards lengthening from O4 to Q2, ink-splash to p. 13, spill-burn to f. C4, faint damp-staining from 2A to 2A3. A good copy. First and only edition of the first Turkish grammar printed in England, one of 300 copies printed, well-held institutionally but complete copies scarce in commerce; this copy inscribed on the verso of the first blank,"the late Sir Wm. Jones' copy", with the ownership inscription of "William Simpson […] June 15th 1835, Ironmonger, Bedford" to the verso of the title page in a distinct hand. The library of Sir William Jones, the colonial administrator and leading English orientalist of the 18th century, was sold at auction in Pall Mall across two days in May 1831; the sale catalogue makes no mention of the present title though it could well have been offered as part of a larger lot from a collection unsurprisingly rich in Turcica. Seaman (1606/07-1680) graduated MA from Balliol College in 1626 before travelling to Constantinople in the service of English ambassador, Sir Peter Wyche. He returned sometime before 1631 to resume his position as rector at Upton Scudamore, the rural Wiltshire parish of his birth. His first publication in the field of Turkish studies was an English translation of Sadettin Hoca's Tac üt-tevarih ('The crown of histories'), printed in 1652 as The Reign of Sultan Orchan, Second King of the Turks. As one of the very few Englishmen to know Turkish, he was later commissioned by Robert Boyle to translate the New Testament into Turkish as part of the burgeoning project to evangelise the Levant. Published in 1666, Armenian Turkish-speaker Shahin Kandy suggested that Seaman's Turkish was so artificial as to be incomprehensible, though Boyle was sufficiently unperturbed to fund the production of the present title by subscribing to purchase £20 worth of copies: a considerable sum (ODNB). Seaman's effort was not the first Turkish grammar to be printed in Europe, a distinction which belongs to Hieronymus Megiser's 1612 Institutionum linguae turcicae, though it was unusual in employing Arabic types, the first such work printed in Oxford, an astronomical compendium incorporating Ulugh Beg's star tables, having appeared in 1648, and a few minor adaptations were required for Turkish characters. Madan notes two issues of this title, not distinguished in the ESTC. This copy is Madan 2863*, with a five-line Latin note on p. 183 stating that Seaman's grammar and his translation of the New Testament can each be purchased from either Millington or the author; the Blackmer copy was Madan 2863, in which this note is omitted.

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        A Tutor to Astronomie and Geographie Or an easie and speedy way to know the use of both the globes, coelestial and terrestrial In six books The first teaching the rudiments of astronomie and geographie The shewing by the globe; the solution of 2 Astronomical and geographical prob 3 Problemes in navigation 4 Astrological problemes 5 Gnomonical problemes 6 Trigonometrical problemes More fully and amply than hath yet been set forth either by Gemma Frisius, Metius, Hues, Wright, Blæw, or any others that have taught the use of the globes; and that so plainly and methodically that the meanest capacity may at first reading apprehend it, and with a little practice grow expert in these divine sciences With an appendix shewing the use of the Ptolomaick sphere The second edition, corrected and enlarged By Joseph Moxon, hydrographer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty Whereunto is added the antient poetical stories of the stars shewing reasons why the several shapes and forms are pictured on the c

      London: Printed by Joesph Moxon, 1670. Second edition, corrected and enlarged, [8], 242, [8], 40pp., additional engraved title in Latin with allegorical border, laid-down with two closed tears to fore-edge, title lightly stained with a couple of marginal chips, some general age-toning, engravings and woodcuts in the text including one full page, orig. calf, rebacked, joints rubbed, head of spine chipped. Joseph Moxon (1627?-1691) established himself as a printer and globe and instrument maker in London. After visiting Amsterdam to study printing, Moxon brought back W. J. Blaeu's handbook of globes, then just published, and translated it into English as "A tutor to astronomy and geography" in 1659. The work was superseded when Moxon published a totally new handbook in 1659, "A tutor to astronomie and geographie". This work was specially designed for an English market rather than Dutch, and became Moxon's most popular work relating to globes. This second edition is corrected and greatly enlarged. A variant second edition which is not listed in Wing, it varies from Wing M3023 in having a separate pagination for the 40-page "Antiquity, Progress, and Augmentation of Astronomie."; ESTC finds 3 copies located at Cambridge, Wellcome and Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

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        Neu-polirter Geschicht-, Kunst und Sitten-Spiegel ausländischer Völker.

      Nürnberg, Endter, 1670. - (26), 1550, (30) SS. Mit gest. Frontispiz, gest. Wappentafel, gest. Widmungsblatt und 50 (2 doppelblattgr.) Kupfertafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit. Folio. Erste Ausgabe. "Umfangreicher Sammelband über Sitten und Gebräuche exotischer Völker. Ähnlich wie der Lust- und Staats-Garten mit prächtigen Foliokupfern ausgestattet. Eine kulturhistorische und sittengeschichtliche Fundgrube, die zahlreichen Dichtern von Grimmelshausen, bis zu Friedrich Schiller als Quelle diente" (Dünnhaupt). - "The notice of American matters are here and there throughout the volume. They form more than a hundred pages. Many of the engravings illustrate American subjects" (Sabin). - Einband fleckig, etwas berieben und bestoßen. Tafeln 7 und 23 unten eingerissen. Etwas gebräunt und fleckig. STC F 700. Bircher B 13487. Alden 670/81. Lipperheide Ci 37. Cordier, Japonica, 382. Dünnhaupt 19. Sabin 25462. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tractatus theologico-politicus

      Hamburg: Henricus Künraht,, 1670. Quarto (199 x 154 mm). Contemporary vellum over pasteboard, yapp edges, blue page edges, rebacked and relined, ties lacking. Housed in a black cloth flat back box. Roman, italic and Hebrew type. Woodcut printer's device on title. Contemporary note at one corner of title, underlining and scoring to K2. Worming to fore edge of rear cover, light soiling to title and upper corners of B1-3, marginal waterstains, without the final blank, a very good, well-margined copy. First edition of Spinoza's great treatise on political theology, a 'crystal-clear exposition of the theory of natural right' (PMM). Spinoza's principal work, and the only work published in his lifetime, it blends the traditions of his Hebraic background with Cartesian rationalism. His ethical views are extended into the realm of politics, and contain the first clear statement of the mutual independence of philosophy and religion. 'Man is moved to the knowledge and love of God; the love of God involves the love of our fellow men. Man, in order to obtain security, surrenders part of his right of independent action to the State. But the State exists to give liberty, not to enslave; justice, wisdom and toleration are essential to the sovereign power' (PMM). Four editions were published with the 1670 date and Kunraht imprint when, in fact, the second appeared in 1672, and the third and fourth posthumously in 1677. This copy is of the true first edition, with page 104 misnumbered 304.

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        NOMO-LEXIKON, A Law Dictionary Interpreting Such Difficult and Obscure

      1670. First Edition of Blount's Dictionary Blount, Thomas [1618-1679]. NOMO LEXIKON: A Law-Dictionary. Interpreting Such Difficult and Obscure Words and Terms, as are Found Either in Our Common or Statute, Ancient or Modern, Laws. With References to the Several Statutes, Records, Registers, Law-Books, Charters, Ancient Deeds, and Manuscripts, Wherein the Words are Used: And Etymologies, Where They Properly Occur. London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb for John Martin and Henry Herringman, 1670. [286] pp. Text printed in parallel columns within black-ruled borders. Folio (11-1/4" x 7"). Contemporary calf, speckled blind frames to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine, gilt tooling to board edges. Moderate rubbing to extremities, minor scuffing and staining to boards, front joint starting near head, a few cracks to text block, one between front endleaf and title page. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places. Early owner signature to head of title page, interior otherwise clean. An appealing copy. * First edition. Blount was a member of the Inner Temple. Prohibited to practice at the Bar because he was a Catholic, but blessed with a large private income, Blount turned to legal scholarship, historical studies and lexicography. Blount aimed to correct the defects he found in Cowell's Interpreter (1607) and Rastell's Termes de la Ley (1523). In his preface, he observed that Cowell "is sometimes too prolix in the derivation of a Word, setting down several Authors Opinions, without categorically determining which is the true"; Rastell "wrote so long hence, that his very Language and manner of expression was almost antiquated." He hoped that by correcting these flaws he would create a dictionary useful to everyone in the profession from "the Coif to the puny-Clerk." The Nomo-Lexikon is clearer and more detailed than its predecessors. It is also the first English-language dictionary with entries that include word etymologies and citations. An immediate success that quickly supplanted its predecessors, it was reissued in larger and revised editions throughout the eighteenth century. Cowley, A Bibliography of Abridgments, Digest, Dictionaries and Indexes to the Year 1800 160. Holdsworth, A History of English Law XII:175-176. Starnes and Noyes, The English Dictionary f

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        A Mapp of the Estates of the Great Duke of Russia, Blanch or Moscovia, Designed by Mouns.r Sanson Geographer to the French King; and Rendred into English by Ric: Blome. By his Majesties Espetial Command. 1669.

      1670 - London, 1670. 290 x 410mm. A scarce map of Russia, engraved by Francis Lamb for Blome's 'Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World', England's second folio world atlas. The dedication is 'To the Right Worshipfull the Governer, Consulls and Court of Assistance of Moscovia Merchants'. The Muscovy Company was chartered in 1555 by Mary I, giving them a monopoly of trade with Muscovy which lasted until 1698. Anthony Jenkinson, who supplied a map of Russia to Ortelius, was a trader of the Muscovy Company. The company continued to trade until 1917, and now operates as a charity within Russia.

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        Histoire de la Conqueste de la Chine par les Tartares.: Contenant plusieurs choses remarquables, touchant la religion, les moeurs, & les coûtumes de ces deux nations, & principalement de la dernière. Ecrite en espagnol . Et traduit en françois par le sieur de Collet.

      Paris Antoine Bertier 1670 - Palafox was a high-ranking Spanish cleric, whose responsibilities, while serving in Mexico, involved the collection of reports on China forwarded to him via Macao and Manila. He apparently took this material back to Spain with him in 1649, when he was appointed bishop of Ossa and used it to compile this book on the Tartar conquest of China. 'His purpose in writing was avowedly "to take some measure of the present state of China under its new masters" and to point up a moral lesson to the princes of Europe about what happens to a state when internal decay and division are permitted to go unchecked . . . . The failure of the Ming dynasty he attributes unreservedly to its contempt for and neglect of the military' (Lach & Van Kley I pp. 356–7). Bertier also issued an edition in the original Spanish in the same year. (Löwendahl 148). Cordier BS 627; Lust 447; Morrison II, p. 190 A very good copy bound in contemporary calf, corners repaired, neatly rebacked, preserving portions of original spine. First edition in French. Small 8vo, pp. [xvi], 478, [1, colophon], [1, blank]; frontispiece (incorporating a map).

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        A New Mapp of America Septentrionale, Designed by Mousieur Sanson, Geographer to the French King, & Rendred into English, & Illustrated by Richard Blome. By his Majesties Especiall Command. 1669.

      1670 - London, 1670. 385 x 485mm. Trimmed close to plate at sides due to the width of the map, Left margin restored. A scarce map of North America, engraved by Francis Lamb and published in Blome's 'Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World'. It is the first English map to show all five Great Lakes and has 'New Yorke' over an erasure, presumably 'New Amsterdam'. The dedication is to Cecil Calvert (1605 -1675), 2nd Baron Baltimore,the first Proprietor and Proprietary Governor of the Province of Maryland, and, in theory only, proprietor of the Province of Avalon on Newfoundland. As a catholic, Calvert promoted religious tolerance and showed great political acumen by retaining control of Maryland through the English Civil War, the Commonwealth and into the Restoration. BURDEN: 397, second state of five, first published state.

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        A Collection of Entrees, Of Declarations, Barres, Replications, Rejoynders, Issues, Verdicts, Judgements, Executions, Proces, Continuances, Essoines, and divers other matters . . . The Last Edition carefully Corrected [etc.]. Wing R293

      Rastell's "supreme achievement", praised at length by Holdsworth and still of significant scholarly value, originating a new type of book of entries fundamental to proper pleading; with Blackstone's armorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Modern speckled calf, definite browning and chipping, lacking two leaves, else a sound copy. Printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], London, 1670.

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        La relation de trois ambassades de monseigneur le comte de Carlisle, de la part du serenissime & tres-puissant prince Charles II. roy de la Grande Bretagne, vers leurs serenissimes majestés Alexey Michailovitz, czar & grand duc de Moscovie, Charles roy de Suede, & Frederic III. roy de Dannemarck & de Norvege, commenssées en l?an 1663, & finies sur la fin de l?an 1664.

      - Amsterdam, Jean Bleau, 1670. 16mo. (20),+ 434 pp. Slightly browned. Fine contemporary morocco binding, gilt spine with raised bands and handwritten label, boards with gilt frame, and marbled edges. A small hole through the spine. Warmholtz 8402. Bring 69 note. Fine copy of the second French edition, the first came in 1669. The first English edition (which is a translation) was published in 1666. Guy Miege (1644-1718) deltog som undersekreterare i Charles Howard Earl of Carlisles ambassad, som 1663 skickades till Ryssland, Sverige och Danmark för att underrätta respektive land om den engelske kungen Karl II:s trontillträde. Resan gick över Arkangelsk, Moskva, Riga, Stockholm och Köpenhamn. Boken blev en stor succé och utkom i fem franska upplagor t.o.m. år 1700. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Generall Mappe of Scandinavia, Where are the Estates and Kingdomes of Danemark, Norway, and Sweden. Designed by Monsieur Sanson Geographer to the French King, & rendred into English and Enlarged with part of the Isles of Great Brittaine: By Richard Blome by his Majesties Command 1669.

      1670 - London, 1670. 335 x 410mm. A very fine example. A scarce map of Scandinavia, engraved by Francis Lamb and published in Blome's 'Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World'. Within a large cartouche is the dedication to the Company of Eastland Merchants. The Eastland Company was founded in 1579 to challege the German Hanseatic League's dominance of trade in Northern Europe. At the top of the crest is an allocamelus, with the head of a donkey and the body of a camel, probably inspired by the first llamas to reach England.

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        A Letter from a Gentleman of the Lord Ambassador Howard's Retinue, to his Friend in London: Dated at Fez, Nov. 1. 1669. Wherein he gives a full Relation of the most Remarkable Passages in their Voyage thither, and of the Present State of the Countries

      London: Printed By W. G. for Moses Pitt. 1670. First Edition. Hardcover. Title continues "under the Power of Taffaletta, Emperour of Morocco, with a brief account of the Merchandizing Commodities of Africa; as also the Manners and Customs of the People there". Modern morocco backed boards with gilt titles to spine, paper slightly browned and some finger soiling especially to first and last pp but text remains clear, wood cut headpiece and initials. , 4to , [2] 36 pp .

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        [Passion of Christ Series]

      [Amsterdam]: C. de Jonghe [nd. but ca. 1640s - 1670].. Thirteen (of fourteen) loose copper plate engravings (4 1/8 x 3 5/8"; 118 x 80 cm or slightly larger). Condition details below. A suite of the later impressions of this sequence of copperplate engravings by Jan Harmansz Muller, based on Lucas Van Leyden's original series published in 1521. Such series of engraved or woodcut cards were quite popular during the late and post- Medieval eras, and the Passion of Christ, rendered in a form closely approximating the fourteen Stations of the Cross in the Catholic Church, was a common subject. Muller's work so closely mimics Leyden's that the original date '1521' and the large monogram 'L' remain in each of the engravings. The origin of this suite is indicated by the presence in the lower portion of the first engraving (only), of Muller's name along with C. de Jonghe's imprint. Clement de Jonghe (fl. 1634/5 - 77) was a successful Amsterdam print seller, publisher and dealer, best remembered for his having salvaged the original plates of Rembrandt's etchings, from which he produced restrike editions. Jan Muller (1571-1628) was a gifted engraver who apprenticed under master printer Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617). His own work was not limited to skillful reinterpretations of the work of his predecessors, but his attraction to the work of Leyden extended as well to a version of Leyden's engraved portrait of Emperor Maximilian I (after the woodcut by Durer). Of course, impressions of this series were published during his lifetime, and the later editions such as this, with de Jonghe's imprint, evidence the further utilization of the plates. This set lacks the final plate, the 14th in the series, which depicts the Resurrection. The first plate, which depicts the Last Supper and bears the imprint, exhibits a 4mm tear in the top edge, and two small smudges, along with a small early ink annotation on the verso. The 2nd plate bears an old colored pencil name on the verso and has a narrow discoloration in the left margin which penetrates only slightly into the plate area. The 7th and 9th plates exhibit significant old tidemarks on the versos, with the 7th mirroring the discoloration on the recto. All exhibit a small patch of thinning at the top edge on the verso from having been mounted at some point. Otherwise, the remaining plates are in very good condition.

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        TRUTH RESCUED FROM IMPOSTURE. OR A BRIEF REPLY TO A MEER RAPSODIE OF LIES, FOLLY, AND SLANDER; BUT A PRETENDED ANSWER, TO THE TRYAL OF W. PENN, AND W. MEAD &c. WRIT AND SUBSCRIB'D S.S

      [London]. 1670.. 71pp. plus errata. Small quarto. Modern red calf. Uniformly tanned and foxed. About very good. One of the most important incidents in the early life of William Penn was his trial in September 1670 on charges of unlawful assembly and disturbing the peace. He and another Quaker, William Mead, were tried in the Old Bailey. The bench attempted to intimidate the jury into a guilty verdict, and although both men were found not guilty, they both served time in jail. In 1670 a pamphlet on the trial was produced, loosely attributed to Penn and called THE PEOPLES ANCIENT AND JUST LIBERTIES ASSERTED.... Samuel Starling, the Lord Mayor of London and one of the judges in the trial, responded with a pamphlet of his own the same year. In the present pamphlet Penn, assisted by Quaker lawyer Thomas Rudyard, offers his spirited response to Starling's work. "This pamphlet reflects a new side of [William Penn], for instead of the reasonable and cultivated gentleman and Quaker, we find a deeply incensed young man defending his father's honor [Penn's father helped secure his release from prison] and slashing out at his persecutor" - Bronner & Fraser. Penn defends his father's honor and military record, reviews the facts of his trial, and considers the power and role of juries. An important and scarce early work on the role of the judiciary, by the future founder of Pennsylvania. BRONNER & FRASER, PENN BIBLIOGRAPHY 11. SMITH, FRIENDS' BOOKS II:286. WING P1392.

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        Ordonnance de Louis XIV Roi de France et de Navarre donné à Saint Germain e EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Chez les Associez choisis par ordre de Sa Majesté, 1670. Fine. Chez les Associez choisis par ordre de Sa Majesté, Paris 1670, in-4 (18x25cm), (1f. tit.) (3f. tab.) 165pp. (41p. tab.) (3p. priv.), relié. - First Edition. Thumbnail arms of Louis XIV on the title page. Full brown sheepskin time. Fleurdelisé back with five nerves. Sections highlighted with golden lace. Flush caps, split back along its entire length, corners bumped, scuffs and minor losses sheepskin on the boards. A small marginal wetting affecting some pages and some pages browned. The most important criminal code of the regime driven by a profound overhaul of the specific duty; it was one, moreover, of the six major réfomes (marine, commercial, civil law ...) in legal matters during the reign of Louis XIV inspired or initiated by Colbert, in order to lead France to a better way and especially to standardize practices and judgments, so deeply heterogeneous. This edition contains prescriptions for criminal matters (competence of judges, special procedures, crimes of forgery, revisions trial ...). --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Vignette aux armes de Louis XIV sur la page de titre. Reliure en pleine basane brune de l'époque. Dos fleurdelisé à cinq nerfs. Coupes soulignées d'une dentelle dorée. Coiffes arasées, dos fendu sur toute sa longueur, coins émoussés, épidermures et petits manques de basane sur les plats. Une petite mouillure marginale portant atteinte à quelques pages et quelques pages roussies. Le plus important code criminel de l'ancien régime animé d'une refonte profonde de ce droit spécifique ; ce fut l'une, par ailleurs, des six grandes réfomes (marine, commerce, droit civil...) en matière juridique sous le règne de Louis XIV inspirée ou initiée par Colbert, dans le but de conduire la France sur une meilleure voie, et surtout d'uniformiser les pratiques et les jugements, alors profondément hétérogènes. Cette édition contient les ordonnances pour les matières criminelles (compétence des juges, procédures particulières, crimes de faux, révisions de procès...).

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        Epicteti Enchiridion, et Cebetis tabula, Graecè, & Latinè, Prioribus editionibus emendatiora & auctiora

      Amstelodami / Amsterdam: Henrici & Theodori Boom, 1670. Reprint.. Hardcover. 32o. (3.75 x 2 inches). pp.149. Engraved frontis, date 1670, [by] Romyn da Hooghe. Original full calf, worn, rubbed, scuffed, raised bands, decorated to spine, rear board almost detached (attached by one cord only). Pencil marks to front pastedown. Early name in ink to front free endpaper. O/w contents clean and bright. Text in Greek and Latin. A Very Good copy. Uncommon. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        De jure belli ac pacis libri tres, in quibus jus naturæ & gentium, item juris publici præcipua explicantur. Editio nova cum annotatis auctoris, ex postrema ejus ante obitum cura. Accesserunt annotata in epistolam Pauli ad Philemonem et dissertatio de mari libero.

      - Amsterdam, Joannem Blaeu, 1670. 8vo. (6),+ XVIII,+ 620,+ (103),+ (blank),+ (6),+ 28,+ (1) pp. Title printed in red and black, with repair in inner margin, with loss of a letter. Contemporary marginal notes in ink. Bound together with Joannis Schefferi Argentoratensis, in Hug: Grotii de jure belli ac pacis, observationes generales. [=Heading.] (15) pp. Near contemporary handwritten text. Somewhat later half vellum. Ter Meulen 580. The handwritten notes are numbered 1-84, and are probably notes taken by a student during one of the lessons given by Johannes Schefferus in Uppsala about Grotius and ?De jure belli ac pacis?, which he gave in 1671. A compendium of his lessons was published posthumpusly in 1693 under the title ?H. Grotius enucleatus sive Hugo Grotii De jure belli ac pacis? There shall not be any frontespiece to this edition of Grotius.

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        EPIKTÊTOY Egcheiridion, KEBÊTOS thêbaiou Pinaks; kai THEOPHRASTOY Êthikoi Charaktêres. Epicteti Enchiridion, Cebetis Thebani Tabula; et Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Cum versione latina. Denuo recognita & notis illustrata.

      Oxford (Oxonii), e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1670. - 8vo. (XV)(1),143(1);95(1),8 p. Calf 15.5 cm (Ref: Oldfather 175, see also 114; Ebert 6771; not in Hoffmann; only 2 copies in British Libraries; cf. Brunet 2,1012, who mentions an edition of 1707) (Details: Back ruled gilt, and with 4 raised bands; black morocco shield in second compartment; covers ruled with double fillet borders; Greek text with facing Latin translation) (Condition: Cover scuffed and worn at the extremes; head of spine gone for 1 cm; front joint beginning to split; corners bumped) (Note: This book is the first publication for the market, i.e. 'real book', printed in the famous Sheldonian Theatre, which was named after the Chancellor of the University, and archbishop of Canterbury, Gilbert Sheldon. The building, a work of Christopher Wren, was completed in 1668. The Vice-Chancellor of the University John Fell 'the most powerful man on the University' in those days 'persuaded Sheldon that, when not in use, the building might be used for printing. Composing frames and presses, (no less than five, a large number then) all built locally, were moved in before the builders were out, late in 1668 or early 1669'. (N. Barker, 'The Oxford University Press and the spread of Learning, 1478-1978, Oxf., 1978, p. 15) In F. Madan's 'Oxford books, a bibliography of printed works relating to the University and City of Oxford, or printed or published there' (Oxford, 1895-1931) we found for 1670 only a few small occasional publications, e.g. some epicedia (funeral songs), or more or less internal University documents, such as the 'Parecbolae sive excerpta e corpore statutorum Universitatis Oxon. in usum juventutis academicae'. The only real book 'e Theatro Sheldoniano' in 1670 is this Epictetus/Cebes/Theophrastus edition. (Madan, vol. 3 (1931), no. 2853) For the previous year of 1669 Madan mentions only the imprint 'e theatro Sheldoniano' for the occasional poem of Corbet Owen, 'Carmen Pindaricum', a bad poem by the way, which was recited at the opening of the Theatre on the 9th of July 1669. In order to understand the following search for the identity of the editor of this anonymous 1670 edition, one should know that an expanded edition 'e Theatro Sheldoniano' was printed in 1680 (also anonymously), and another one in 1707. The 1707 edition mentions on its title an editor, 'C. Aldrich' (Carolus, Charles Aldrich), student of 'Christ Church'. Later bibliographers assumed that this same Aldrich must also have been responsible for the anonymous 1670 & 1680 editions. Now Aldrich's dates are 1681-1737. (See for Charles Aldrich 'A directory of the parochial libraries of the Church of England and the Church of Wales' by N.R. Ker & M. Perkins, London 2004, p. 235, s.v. Henley-On-Thames, where the story of his library is told) So, Charles Aldrich cannot have produced the edition of 1670, nor that one of 1680. He however gives us a clue to the identity of the editor of the 1680 edition. The real editor of the 1680 edition, we must conclude, is most probably the classical scholar, Dean of Christ Church, bishop of Oxford, John Fell, because Aldrich tells us on page a4-recto of his 'Ad Lectorem' that he 'minime deflexisse' from 'illa Felli editione' of 1680. This could mean of course 'from the edition of the University Press, led by John Fell', but this seems far fetched. More probable is that Aldrich refers to an Epictetus edition of 1680, which was produced by Fell himself. The name on the title of the 1707 edition caused later bibliographers (Fabricius/Harles, Bibliotheca Graeca, Hamburg, 1796, volume V, p. 80, but also Oldfather in his 'Bibliography of Epictetus', no's 114 and 117) to ascribe the 1670 and 1680 edition erroneously to Aldrich. As shown above, the almost certain editor of the 1680 edition is John Fell. On the title of the 1680 edition even the phrase on the title of 1670 'denuo recognita & notis illustrata' was copied. That it is a reprint (with the addition of passages from Prodicus and Cicero, not yet found in the first ed [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera Omnia. 7 Bände: 'Historia Ecclesiastica Veteris Testamenti, In Rem Theologiae Candidatorum. Editio Tertia Veneta.' / 'Tractatus De Vita, Mysteriis, Et Annis Jesu Christi Servatoris Nostri [.] / 'Historia Ecclesiastica Variis Colloquiis Digesta' / 'Epistolae Ad Amicum Scriptae Theologico-Historico-Polemicae'

      - Ignace Hyacinthe Amat de Graveson (1670–1733). Opera Omnia. Verlag: Apud Jo. Baptistam Recurti. Ort: Venetiis (Venedig). Erscheinungsjahr: 1734-1764. 7 Bände. Ganzleder der Zeit mit je 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildchen. Rückenvergoldung. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Zustand: Einbände (teilweise stärker) berieben und bestoßen. 1 Rücken restauriert. Papier zuweilen mit Wurmspuren (außerhalb des Textes). Insgesamt von guter Erhaltung. Enthält unter anderem: 'Historia Ecclesiastica Veteris Testamenti, In Rem Theologiae Candidatorum. Editio Tertia Veneta.' (1744) / 'Tractatus De Vita, Mysteriis, Et Annis Jesu Christi Servatoris Nostri, Contra Infideles, Judaeos, Et Haereticos, Dissertationibus Dogmaticis Et Chronologicis, Necnon Observationibus Historicis, & Criticis' (1762) / 'Historia Ecclesiastica Variis Colloquiis Digesta' (1744) / 'Epistolae Ad Amicum Scriptae Theologico-Historico-Polemicae' (1734) / 'Tractatus De Scriptura Sacra, In Quo Ex ipsius Revelatione, Inspiratione, & Antiquitate evincitur, Contra Ethnicos Jesum Christum Esse Verum Messiam ' (1735). Sprache: la

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        TRUTH RESCUED FROM IMPOSTURE. OR A BRIEF REPLY TO A MEER RAPSODIE OF LIES, FOLLY, AND SLANDER; BUT A PRETENDED ANSWER, TO THE TRYAL OF W. PENN, AND W. MEAD &c. WRIT AND SUBSCRIB'D S.S.

      [London]. . 1670 - 71pp. plus errata. Small quarto. Modern red calf. Uniformly tanned and foxed. About very good. One of the most important incidents in the early life of William Penn was his trial in September 1670 on charges of unlawful assembly and disturbing the peace. He and another Quaker, William Mead, were tried in the Old Bailey. The bench attempted to intimidate the jury into a guilty verdict, and although both men were found not guilty, they both served time in jail. In 1670 a pamphlet on the trial was produced, loosely attributed to Penn and called THE PEOPLES ANCIENT AND JUST LIBERTIES ASSERTED. Samuel Starling, the Lord Mayor of London and one of the judges in the trial, responded with a pamphlet of his own the same year. In the present pamphlet Penn, assisted by Quaker lawyer Thomas Rudyard, offers his spirited response to Starling's work. "This pamphlet reflects a new side of [William Penn], for instead of the reasonable and cultivated gentleman and Quaker, we find a deeply incensed young man defending his father's honor [Penn's father helped secure his release from prison] and slashing out at his persecutor" - Bronner & Fraser. Penn defends his father's honor and military record, reviews the facts of his trial, and considers the power and role of juries. An important and scarce early work on the role of the judiciary, by the future founder of Pennsylvania. BRONNER & FRASER, PENN BIBLIOGRAPHY 11. SMITH (FRIENDS) II:286. WING P1392.

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        Commentarius de paenula Accesfit Henrici Ernsti ejusdem argumenti epistola

      Hafniae (Copenhague): apud Joannem Blaeu. Sumptibus D. Paulus, 1670. Fine. apud Joannem Blaeu. Sumptibus D. Paulus, Hafniae (Copenhague) 1670, in 12 (15,5x9cm), (26) 120pp. et 3 pl., relié. - The first edition seems to be that in 1655 8 (hafniae). The Epistle of paenula Henricus Ernstus also appeared in 1655. We have not found any trace of this book in the online catalog of the Library of Denmark, several copies in the UK in 1697 a French catalogs. Brand of printer on the title page. Absent Brunet. Vellum half time. Smooth back with respect to the black feather long. boards covered with a paper in his nineteenth tank. Top margin of the title page cropped shorter half a cm. The Roman pénule was narrow and short coat, which was closed and a toga and wore the tunic with a hood. It was in use in the military and travel and was common to men and women. It will dress later monks. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] La première édition semble être celle de 1655 in 8 (Hafniae). L'Epistola de paenula de Henricus Ernstus parut également en 1655. Nous n'avons pas trouvé trace de ce livre dans le catalogue en ligne de la bibliothèque du Danemark, plusieurs exemplaires au Royaume Uni, un de 1697 dans les catalogues français. Marque de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre. Absent à Brunet. Reliure en demi vélin d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume noire en long. Plats recouverts d'un papier à la cuve XIXe. Marge haute de la page de titre rognée plus courte d'un demi cm. La pénule était le manteau romain, étroit et court, qui se fermait ainsi qu'une toge et se portait sur la tunique, muni d'un capuchon. Il était usité dans l'armée et les voyages et était commun aux hommes et aux femmes. Il habillera plus tard les moines.

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        Traitez singuliers et nouveaux contre le paganisme du Roy Boit Le I Du je EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: chez la veuve Savreux, 1670. Fine. chez la veuve Savreux, à Paris 1670, in 12 (9x15,5cm), (56) 346pp., relié. - First Edition. Uncommon. This is the second book by the author devoted to this topic. Half glazed calf camel. Back faux tooled raised florets. boards long grain morocco with coaching roulette. Binding signed Simier tail. Foxing marks on the boards. Gilt edges. Some minor accidents. Celebrations on the eve of kings, or bean and Roy-Boit, from the eve of the Epiphany, where the cries of the banqueting King drinks are very old and are still present today in the popular form of galette. Jean Deslyon, theologian, share in this book crusade against the pagan festivals, seeking to prove that originally we fasted the day before Lent and the pagan Roman hints we come and Saturnalia. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Peu courant. C'est le deuxième livre consacré par l'auteur à ce sujet. Reliure en demi veau glacé camel. Dos à faux nerfs orné de fleurons. Plats de maroquin à long grain avec roulette d'encadrement. Reliure signée Simier en queue. Traces de mouillures sur les plats. Tranches dorées. Quelque accidents légers. Les fêtes de la veille des rois, ou de la fève et du Roy-Boit, soit de la veille de l'épiphanie, où l'on banquetait aux cris du Roi boit, sont très anciennes et sont encore présentes aujourd'hui sous la forme populaire de la galette des rois. Jean Deslyon, théologien, part dans cet ouvrage en croisade contre ces fêtes païennes, cherchant à prouver qu'à l'origine, on jeûnait la veille du carême et que ces relents païens nous viendraient des romains et des Saturnales.

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        De jure belli ac pacis libri tres. Editio nova cum annottis auctoris. Acc. Annotata in epistolam Pauli ad Philemonem et Dissertatio de Mari libero

      Thick 8vo. Amsterdam: Jan Blaeu, 1670. Thick 8vo, [6], xviii, 620, [120], 28, [1]pp. With an engraved frontispiece and title-page by Romeyn de Hooghe (offset onto each other). New boards, red calf backstrip and label, a good reading copy. Important and well-printed edition of Grotius?s classic work. Ter Meueln and Diermanse, Bibliographie des ecrits impr. de Hugo Grotius, Nr. 580. van Beresteyn, Iconographie van H. Grotius, S. 85, Nr. 17b. De jure belli ac pacis was first published in Paris, 1625 and thereafter became a much cited text on sovereignty, natural law and warfare. The work is now widely regarded as a foundational text in the history of international relations theory.

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        Nordlandiae et quibies Gestricia et Helsingicae regiones

      Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1670 - "Nordlandiae et quibies Gestricia et Helsingicae regiones". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. nach A. Bure bei J. Blaeu, um 1670. Mit 2 ausgem figur. u. herald. Kart. u. 2 ausgem. Wappen. 40,5:47 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Lexicon geographicum In quo universi orbis Urbes Provinciae Regna Maria EDITION ORIGINALE

      Parisiis|(Paris): Apud Franciscum Muguet, 1670. Fine. Apud Franciscum Muguet, Parisiis (Paris) 1670, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in Folio (23,5x39cm), (12) 533pp. et (2) 483pp. (21), relié. - First Edition. Large thumbnail of the printer set the Adoration of the Magi. Letter to Colbert with headbands by Chauveau and a large drop cap. Printing on both colonnes.Plein Velin time. Spine ribbed Jansenist. Title and volume number in black pen. Part of the upper cover of Volume I missing. Tail cap of volume II torn. Upper jaw split of Volume I of the three cases. To work on the back of Volume II, sometimes quite important. Wormholes on the backs of two volumes. Often paper jauni.Vaste gazetteer compound as a dictionary Ferrarius, increased and revised by Michel Antoine Baudrand (scientific editor). The book presents not only the cities, but also lakes and rivers ... Next to the Latin appointment, the terms are in the vernacular, and often in several languages when necessary; So the dictionary is an important source for Latin origins, especially since it contains to the smallest village and the smallest known to date in the world Creek. End of the book a table of longitudes and latitudes. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Grande vignette de l'imprimeur figurant l'adoration des rois mages. Epître à Colbert avec un bandeaux par Chauveau et une grande lettrine. Impression sur deux colonnes. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Titre et tomaison à la plume noire. Une partie de la coiffe supérieure du tome I manquante. Coiffe de queue du tome II arrachée. Mors supérieur fendu du tome I sur trois caissons. Travaux de vers sur le dos du tome II, parfois assez important. Trous de vers sur les dos des deux volumes. Papier souvent jauni. Vaste répertoire géographique composé sous la forme d'un dictionnaire par Ferrarius, augmenté et remanié par Michel Antoine Baudrand (l'éditeur scientifique). L'ouvrage recense non seulement les villes, mais aussi les lacs et rivières... A côté de la nomination latine, les termes sont dans la langue vernaculaire, et souvent dans plusieurs langues lorsque cela est nécessaire ; le dictionnaire constitue donc une importante source pour les origines latines, d'autant qu'il contient jusqu'au plus petit village et au plus petit ruisseau connu jusqu'alors dans le monde. En fin d'ouvrage une table des longitudes et latitudes.

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        Gesamtansicht ('Copenhagve').

      - Kupferstich b. Gérard Jollain in Paris, um 1670, 37,5 x 52 Tooley's Dic. Of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 450 f. (Gérard Jollain I, d. 1683). - Zeigt eine dekorative Gesamtansicht von Kopenhagen. - Oben mittig Kartusche mit Vedutentitel; links u. rechts daneben Wappen; die Ansicht umgeben mit Kulissenrahmen; unter der Vedute 2 spaltige lateinisch bzw. französische Beschreibung zur Geschichte der Stadt; unten links Velegeradresse von G. Jollain. - Sehr seltener Pariser Einblattdruck des Verlegers, Karten- u. Ansichtenhändlers Gérard Jollain der Ältere. Copenhagen, total-view, cooper-engraving published by Gérard Jollain in Paris, 37,5 x 52 cm, ca. 1670 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Von der Röm: Kays: auch zu Hungarn und Böhaimb etc. Königl: May:/Ertz-Herzogen zu Oesterreich etc./ Unsers Allergnädigsten Herrn wegen/ wirdet der N.N. : allen und jeden Christlichen Creditoren so an hiesige Judenschafft insgesambt/oder deren Einen besonders/ billigmässige Spruech und Forderungen haben/ hiemit zur Nachricht angezeigt/ daß Sie selbige innerhalb dieses eingetretenen Monats Martij/dessen Ende für einen peremptorischen Termin angesetzt ist/ bey der zu letzmaliger Juden Inquisition verordneter Hoff-Commission / schriftlich mit Beylegung der zu Behueff ihres Petiti vorträglicher authentischer Nothdurfften anbringen/ und also gewiß anmelden sollen/ also sonsten auff erfolgende Saumseeligkeit Sie ferner nicht zu hören/noch zu zulassen. Wornach sich nun ein jeder zurichten weiß : Signatum Wienn under Ihrer Mayestätt auffgedruckten Kays: Secret Insiegel/ 3.Marti, Anno 1670.

      Wien, 1670.. Einblattdruck. 33 x 41 cm.. Nicht im KVK, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. - Am 27. Februar 1670 wurde auf Empfehlung der Inquisitionshofkommission Kaiser Leopolds I. die Ausweisung sämtlicher Juden aus Wien beschlossen; die sogenannte "Zweite Vertreibung" resultierte u. a. aus mysteriösen Vorfällen am Hof, dem Tod des erst drei Monate alten Kronprinzen 1668 und eines Brandes, der den größten Teil der Wiener Hofburg verwüstete. Für diese Vorkommnisse wurde ohne weitere Beweise die Wiener Judenschaft verantwortlich gemacht, die 3-4000 Mitglieder mussten die Stadt umgehend verlassen; Besitztümer wurden vom Magistrat eingezogen. Aus dem so eingenommenen Kapital konnten die Ansprüche christlicher Gläubiger leicht finanziert werden, das vorliegende Dekret ruft diese auf, ihre Anspräche schleunigst geltend zu machen. - Die verlassene Wiener Hauptsynagoge wurde in Brand gesteckt; an gleicher Stelle errichtete man eine Kirche, welche auf den Namen des Hl. Leopold geweiht wurde. Die ehemalige Judenstadt im Unteren Werd wurde folgerichtig zu "Leopoldstadt" umbenannt. - Mit vertikaler Falte. Etwas braunfleckig, mit kleineren Randläsuren.

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        Von der Röm: Kays: auch zu Hungarn und Böhaimb etc. Königl: May:/Ertz-Herzogen zu Oesterreich etc./ Unsers Allergnädigsten Herrn wegen/ wirdet der N.N. : allen und jeden Christlichen Creditoren so an hiesige Judenschafft insgesambt/oder deren Einen besonders/ billigmässige Spruech und Forderungen haben/ hiemit zur Nachricht angezeigt/ daß Sie selbige innerhalb dieses eingetretenen Monats Martij/dessen Ende für einen peremptorischen Termin angesetzt ist/ bey der zu letzmaliger Juden Inquisition verordneter Hoff-Commission / schriftlich mit Beylegung der zu Behueff ihres Petiti vorträglicher authentischer Nothdurfften anbringen/ und also gewiß anmelden sollen/ also sonsten auff erfolgende Saumseeligkeit Sie ferner nicht zu hören/noch zu zulas

      Wien, 1670. - Einblattdruck. 33 x 41 cm. Nicht im KVK, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. - Am 27. Februar 1670 wurde auf Empfehlung der Inquisitionshofkommission Kaiser Leopolds I. die Ausweisung sämtlicher Juden aus Wien beschlossen; die sogenannte "Zweite Vertreibung" resultierte u. a. aus mysteriösen Vorfällen am Hof, dem Tod des erst drei Monate alten Kronprinzen 1668 und eines Brandes, der den größten Teil der Wiener Hofburg verwüstete. Für diese Vorkommnisse wurde ohne weitere Beweise die Wiener Judenschaft verantwortlich gemacht, die 3-4000 Mitglieder mussten die Stadt umgehend verlassen; Besitztümer wurden vom Magistrat eingezogen. Aus dem so eingenommenen Kapital konnten die Ansprüche christlicher Gläubiger leicht finanziert werden, das vorliegende Dekret ruft diese auf, ihre Anspräche schleunigst geltend zu machen. - Die verlassene Wiener Hauptsynagoge wurde in Brand gesteckt; an gleicher Stelle errichtete man eine Kirche, welche auf den Namen des Hl. Leopold geweiht wurde. Die ehemalige Judenstadt im Unteren Werd wurde folgerichtig zu "Leopoldstadt" umbenannt. - Mit vertikaler Falte. Etwas braunfleckig, mit kleineren Randläsuren.

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        Gesamtansicht der Stadt vor und während der Belagerung durch die Truppen des Bischofs Christoph Bernard von Galen i.J. 1657.

      - Kupferstich v. Gaspar Bouttats b. Gualdo Priorato, 1670, 29,5 x 65,5 Geisberg, Ansichten 36. - Zeigt zwei Ansichten auf einem Blatt. - Unter den Ansichten Erklärungen von A-X und 1-29. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gesamtansicht über den Rhein; i.Vgr. Deutz ('Die Statt Koeln.').

      - Kupferstich b. Clement de Jonghe in Amsterdam, um 1670, 39 x 51 Sievers, Köln von seiner schönsten Seite, Nr. 39,2; Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 213, Jon 2; nicht bei Fauser, Repertorium älterer Topographie. Druckgraphik von 1486 bis 1750. - Im Himmel Titel auf Schriftband; links u. rechts Reichs- u. Stadtwappen. - Unter dem Blatt Gedicht in deutsch, latein u. holländisch; daneben Erklärungen von 1 - 56 und Verlegeradresse. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tumultos de la ciudad y Reyno de Napoles, en ano de 1647.

      [Lyon, Claude Bourgeat, 1670].. 195, (25 [instead of 29]) pp. (wants 8 pp. of prelims. including title page). Marbled half calf with giltstamped spine title and fillets.. First page damaged and repaired; browned throughout. - From the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Chateau de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. - ICCU NAPE\004809. OCLC 70355280.

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        CAEREMONIALE EPISCOPORUM Clementis Papae VIII et Innocentii X. Iussu recognitum. Omnibus Ecclesijs, praecipuè autem Patriarchalibus, Metropolitanis, Cathedralibus et Collegiatis, perutile ac necessarium

      Typ. & sumptibus Philippi de Rubeis, Roma 1670 In 4°, pp.320, legatura non coeva (probabilmente ottocentesca) in mezza pelle con tit. su tass. e nervi al dorso, piatti marmorizz., lievi segni di usura ai margini. Interno in ottime condizioni con rare bruniture alle prime carte, molte incisioni n.t., capilettera, testo in rosso e nero entro cornice, in finale tre pag. di tetragrammi

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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau ('Tollede - Ce vendent A Paris chez Iollain rue S. Iacques a la ville de Cologne').

      - Kupferstich b. Jollain in Paris, um 1670, 34 x 52,3 Nicht bei Fauser u. Bachmann; Cartografia de Espana en la Biblioteca Nacional (Siglos XVI al XIX, Vol. I, S. 331 (Toledo), Nr. 783. - Zeigt die spanischen Stadt Toledo, die Hauptstadt von Kastilien (Castilla); i. Vgr. der Tajo (Tejo). - Oben mittig Girlande mit Ansichtentitel; unter der Ansicht 3spaltiger lateinisch-französisch-spanisch erklärender Text; unten rechts unterhalb des Textes Verlegeradresse von Jollain. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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