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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.

      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.

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        Sylva Sylvarum: or, A Naturall Historie. In Ten Centuries

      London. Printed by J. R. for William Lee. 1670. Handsomely bound in 3/4 blind ruled calfskin and marbled boards. Blind embossed decorations to spine compartments. Raised bands. Small Folio.7.5" x 11.5 The Ninth and Final Edition. Illustrated by two copper plate engraved frontispieces and further by various Rubrications throughout. Sylva Sylvarum: or A Naturall Historie. In Ten Centuries, belongs to a group of philosophical tracts that were published posthumously in 1626.It is an anthology of one thousand paragraphs consisting of extracts from many books, mostly from antiquity, and Bacon's own experiments and observations. At the end of the volume, Rawley also included the New Atlantis. A Worke vnfinished. This brief tract is a description of a utopian island and its scientific community: Salomon's House.& & This remarkable work is a catalogue of natural phenomena - a curious hodge-podge of scientific experiments, personal observations, speculations, ancient teachings, and analytical discussions on topics ranging from the causes of hiccups to explanations for the shortage of rain in Egypt) and the principles of Alchemy. Artificially divided into ten “centuries” (that is, ten chapters, each consisting of one hundred items), the work was apparently intended to be included in Part Three of the Magna Instauratio.& & Portion of margin lacking at first leaf of Dedication Page (with no loss of text). Various usual innocuous light foxing to prelims.Some usual scattered offset. A Near Fine, extremely crisp and clean copy.Wing-B33/A

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        FODINAE REGALES. Or the history, laws and places of the chief mines and mineral works in England, Wales, and the English pale in Ireland. As also of the mint and mony. With a clavis explaining some difficult words relating to mines, &c

      London, printed by H. L. and R. B. for Thomas Basset, 1670.. FIRST EDITION, 1670. Folio, approximately 295 x 190 mm, 11½ x 7½ inches, engraved frontispiece, 2 engraved plates with captions and letterpress descriptions on reverse, 2 circular coats of arms in the text, a few woodcut headpieces and decorated initials, pages: [1] blank, (14), 108, (8) - key to difficult words with errata on last leaf, bound in full contemporary sprinkled sheep, no lettering or label., raised bands to spine, blind double rules to covers, edges speckled red. Covers scuffed and rubbed, 10 mm, ½ inch crack to tail of upper hinges and head of lower hinge, slight wear to head and tail of spine and corners with slight loss of leather, small graze to the floral surround of portrait, small repair to blank side of portrait and first free endpaper, top corner of 1 page torn with slight loss, not affecting text, paper fault to the first page of the Table, not affecting text, small tear to 1 outer margin with small loss, not affecting text, last free endpaper and 1 page have tip of top corners missing, some foxing, small stains and dusty marks to top margins, pale age browning to margins, some browning to edges of pastedowns and free endpapers, small neat old name on first free endpaper, (W. Danby), otherwise overall a very good copy. The two engraved plates show silver mines in Wales at Comsumlock Hill and the Darrein Hills or Roman Works and the coats of arms are those of the Society of the Mines Royal and the Society for the Mineral and Battery Works. This was the standard seventeenth century treatise on mining, including abstracts of legal documents and acts and also giving much technical information on mining, metallurgy and coinage. John Pettus (1613-1685) was appointed by Cromwell in 1655 to be deputy governor of the Royal Mines, a post he held for many years. See: Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica II, page 186; Duveen, Bibliotheca Alchemica et Chemica, page 486; Kress Library of Business and Economics, Volume 1, page 72, No. 1270; Sotheran, Bibliotheca Chemico-Mathematica, No. 13183. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        The Holy Bible. Containing the Old Testament and the New, Newly Translated Out of the Original Tongues

      Cambridge: John Hayes, Printer to the University. 1670. Small 4to (8.75" x 6.5"). First Thus. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Engraved title dated 1673; New Testament title dated 1670; first edition thus. Sound and attractive copy containing the Old and New Testaments plus Apocrypha, six unidentified pages of prayers and four unidentified pages of psalms bound in at the rear. Small 4to (22 cm x 16.5 cm) full textured black leather, most likely early nineteenth century, with concentric rectangular panels and other blindstamped designs, gilt decorated edges and inner dentelles, rebacked in brown morocco lettered in gilt with raised spine bands, nineteenth century endpapers but with one original endpaper bound in, all edges gilt, elaborate engraved title by Chantry, double column format, decorative woodcut initials scattered throughout. Extremities rubbed and lightly scuffed, text block sound, margins lightly shaved but without loss of text or margin notes, minor chip to upper corner of final leaf of Revelations, affecting the top three lines of the outer colums, pages lightly age-toned but clean.

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        Meditationes de prima philosophia, in quibus Dei existential, & animae humanae a corpore distinction, demonstrantur…cum responsionibus auctoris

      Amsterdam: Apud Danielem Elzeviruium, 1670. Hardcover. 4to. pp. [12], 191, [1], 164, 88. Title page with woodcut printer’s device. In three parts with separate divisional titles. Bound in full period vellum; some minor spotting or staining on covers; a small area near the head of the spine is professionally patched with matching vellum. Interior pages are clean. An attractive copy. Renes Descartes’s “Meditationes de prima philosophia” was first published in 1641. The “Meditations” offer the most detailed presentation of Descartes’s metaphysical system.[Willems, 1430; Berghman 365].

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        Comprising all the Transactions, both Military and Civil; during the Differences betwixt the Two Northern Crowns, in the Years, 1657, 1658, 1659, 1660.

      Illustrated with several Maps. By R. M. London, Thomas Basset, 1670. Folio. (6),+ 1, 1-2, 2-5, 5-6, 6-7, 7-8, 8-146,+ (2) s.+ 4 utvikbara grav. planscher. Titeln tryckt inom ram. Fläckig, emellanåt hårt, en plansch med reva och liten bildförlust. Nött samtida skinnband, ryggen med upphöjda bind, pärmarna med ramlinjer, marmorerat snitt. Ryggen blekt. Främre pärmens insidespapper löst. Författarnamnet utskrivet med bläck på titelbladet. Ur Olof Knös bibliotek, med hans namnteckning på försättsbladet, daterad 1795, och annan namnteckning på titelbladet, daterad 1806. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. ESTC R36492. Warmholtz 4864. Carlander III, 61ff resp. 564ff. Första upplagan, en andra utkom 1683. Planscherna visar Köpenhamn, Kronborgs slott, det svenska lägret och slaget på Fyn. Sidorna 136-146 består av en rapport, inlämnad av den engelska diplomaten Philip Meadow vid hans återkomst till England i december 1669, om sakernas tillstånd mellan Sverige och Danmark. Det sista opaginerade bladet är en förlagskatalog. Sir Roger Manley (1626?-88) utgav även böcker om inbördeskriget i England och en om den falske Demetrius i Ryssland. Den lärde bibliografen Olof Andersson Knös stora bibliotek såldes i Skara 1805 efter tryckt katalog. Det var, enligt Carlander, huvudsakligen inom historien"...det rikaste någon privat man i Sverige egt"

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        Courses de Testes et de Bague Faittes Par Le Roy et par Les Princes et Seigneurs de sa Cour En l'Année 1662

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale [Sebastian Mabre-Cramoisy], 1670., 1670. folio. pp. ff. [4], pp. 8, ff. 9-62, pp. 63-67, [1], 65-104. [all but 3 plates incl. in foliation/pagination]. engraved title with bust of Louis XIV by Aegid. Rousselet, 11 engravings on 7 double-page plates, 30 large engravings with letterpress text (most verso's blank, 1 double-page), & 10 sheets with 55 small engraved emblems. 7 engraved headpieces, 5 engraved tailpieces & 3 engraved initials. A nice crisp copy, bound in full modern period-style marbled calf, gilt back. First Edition of this beautiful fête book, recording one of the most celebrated of the spectacular festivals held at Versailles by the young Louis XIV. The tournament took place in front of the Tuileries, in a vast amphitheatre since designated by the name 'place du Carrousel'. Five groups of costumed noblemen representing Romans, Persians, Turks, Indians, and Americans, participated in the event which included games of skill, the Romans led by the King, the Persians by his brother Philippe, the Turks by the Prince de Condé, the Indians by the Duc d'Enghien, and the Americans by the Duc de Guise. The magnificent engravings by Israel Silvestre and François Chauveau depict the splendid procession from the Place Vendôme to the Place du Carrousel, the elaborate costumes of the participants, the emblems and devices of the participating French nobles, and the grand festivities held in the amphitheatre. Of special note are the six engravings of the members of the American group, dressed in fantastic 'native American' costumes; one of these shows black bear-tamers. The descriptive text was written by Charles Perrault, who was secretary, assistant and advisor to Colbert in matters relating to the arts and sciences (1663), controller-general of the department of public works, member of the commission that later developed into the Académie des Inscriptions, and member of the Académie française. Brunet I 1443. Goldsmith, BM STC French P800. Lipperheide 2708. Tchemerzine II 287. Vinet 504. cfCicognara 1468 (Latin translation, "edizione splendidissima con numerose tavole in rame"). cfPraz p 449 (Latin translation).. F. Hardcover.

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        The Parable of the Pilgrim: Written to a Friend.

      London: Printed by Robert White for Francis Tyton, 1670.. Small 4to, (xvi), 184, 183-214, 217-527, (1) pp. 18th century inscription and a cancelled Library stamp of the Sussex Archaeological Society to the recto of the Imprimatur leaf, new fly leaf inserted. Contemporary calf, a little worn, rebacked retaining the original backstrip, new morocco label. Wing P829. First published 1665 and a popular work with eight editions appearing up to 1687. The Author was appointed Bishop of Chichester in 1689 before moving to Ely in 1691.

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        The Compleat Lawyer: Or, A Treatise Concerning Tenures & Estates in Lands of Inheritance for Life, and Chattels Real and Personal. And How any of them may be Conveyed in a Legal Form, By Fine, Recovery, Deed or Word [etc.]. Wing N1446

      An unusually cast work by Noy, attorney general and one of the finest lawyers of his day, numbering Hale and Maynard among his pupils, with a first part in question and answer format, and a second expository; with a prefatory account of Noy's life. Early calf, extensively restored and very worn, ex-library, some browning and early underlining, yet a crisp, usable copy; without the portrait. Printed For S.S. and are to be sold by W. Jacob [etc.], London, 1670.

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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. 8:o. (6),+ XVIII,+ 620,+ (103),+ (blank),+ (6),+ 28,+ (1) s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart, med en papperslagning i innermarginalen med lätt bokstavsförlust samt små hål. Enstaka fläckar samt lätta fuktstänk i överkant. Samtida marginalanteckningar i bläck. Sammanbunden med samtida handskrift: Joannis Schefferi Argentoratensis, in Hug: Grotii de jure belli ac pacis, observationes generales. [=Rubrik.] (15) s. Något senare halvpergamentband. Ter Meulen 580. Anteckningarna som är i punktform numrerade 1-84 är troligen föreläsningsanteckningar, utförda av någon student efter Schefferus föreläsningar om Grotius och "De jure belli ac pacis", som denne höll i Uppsala 1671. Ett kompendium över hans föreläsningar utgavs postumt 1693 under titeln "H. Grotius enucleatus sive Hugo Grotii De jure belli ac pacis". "De jure belli et pacis" av Hugo Grotius är i en senare upplaga, den första kom 1625

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        De Iure Belli ac Pacis. Libri tres, in quibus jus naturae & Gentium, item juris publici praecipua expicantur. Editio nova cum annotatis Auctoris, ex postrema ejus ante obitum cura. Accesserunt annotata in Epistolam Pauli ad Philemonem, et Dissertatio de Mari libero.

      Amstelaedami, apud Joannem Blaeu, 1670. In 4to antico, cc. 4 b., antip. su due pp. incise a p. p. con ritratto dell'A. e scena allegorica, (con incisione di R. de Hooghe), front. in rosso/nero con impresa tipografica incisa su legno (un astrolabio affiancato da due figure allegoriche), pp. 2 n. n. con la dedica a stampa di Grozio a re Ludovico XIII, pp. XVIII, 620, 96 n. n. di indici + 8 con il "Commentatio in epistolam Pauli Apostoli ad Philemonem" (uno scritto teologico del Grozio); + il De Mari Libero, cc. 1 (l'occhietto), pp. (4), 28 + 1 con 'indice dei capitoli, 4 cc. b., capilettera ornati, leg. coeva in p. perg. rigida con titolo ms. al dorso, tagli in blu. Bella ristampa di Amsterdam del capolavoro di Grozio, opera fondante del giusnaturalismo moderno. Il "De Jure Belli ac Pacis" fu steso da Grozio nel periodo del suo esilio parigino e dato alle stampe nel 1625 per i tipi di Nicolas Buon. In una serrata indagine sui fondamenti dell'autorit? statale, Grozio confuta le basi teologiche della stessa e, in un' epoca lacerata dalle guerre di religione, cerca invece di porla su principi razionali e naturali. Il diritto pubblico, nella sistematizzazione di Grozio, diventa una scienza deduttiva simile alla matematica; lo stato di natura, con l'associazione tra individui fondata sulle mere leggi naturali, precede sempre e comunque lo stato politico, che, tuttavia, nel suo costituirsi, deve ispirarsi al modello naturale rispettandone le leggi di base. (Cfr. Sapori, 1465). Esemplare fascinoso, in perfetto stato di conservazione. ? 600.

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      In 8vo; cc. 6 n.nn., pp. 162, 1 carta con errata. Illustrazioni nel testo. Una tavola incisa con l'Eruzione dell'Etna. Pergamena coeva. Rara edizione originale. Moncada, 296; Fumagalli, Lexicon, pag.323; Riccardi I, 159; Mira I, pag.122; Narbone III, pag.139. 5 immagini allegate.

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        Diophanti Redividi, pars prior + posterior. In qua, non casu, ut putatum est, sed certissima methodo, &analysi subtiliore, innumera enodantur Problemata, quae (aliud quàm) Triangulum Rectangulum spectant.

      Lugduni [Leiden], Apud Ioannem Thioly, 1670. 8vo. Contemporary half calf with simple gilding to spine. Gilt title-label to spine partly missing. Four tiny worm-holes to upper front hinge, just touching front free end-papers and nothing else. Minor edge-wear, but a nice, clean, and tight binding. Ex-libris stamps to title-page (one being R.D.-E. Gelin's, the other unlegible but probably a theological library). Mostly very faint marginal dampstaining to lower margin thorughout, not touching text. Neat old owner's name to inside of front board (Soldner). Without the two blank leaves between the end of the dedication and the beginning of the text (there is clearly no leaf with any text lacking; there is either a pagination-error, or there has been one or two blank leaves between the end of the dedication and the beginning of the work. In the other copies that we have been able to find collations of, there has been no leaf a4 nor A1 either - there is no doubt that the text is complete), and without the blank leaf after the end of Part One, but with two blanks at the end of Part Two. (8) pp., pp. 3-302; 140 pp. + two blank leaves.. Etremely scarce first edition of Jacques de Billy's mathematical magnum opus, known primarily as "Diophantus Redivivus" (i.e. "Diophantus Restored"), in which he gives some of the most important solutions to Diophantine problems, of which he was an expert. The work is highly important within the field of number theory and counts as one of the greatest testimonies to the early development of this branch of mathematics. The copy has belonged to the famous mathematician Johann Georg von Soldner (of the Soldner coordinate system). It was partly due to the rediscovery of Diophantus in the 16th century that Fermat reached his famous "last theorem" in the middle of the 17th century, when reading Diphantus' "Arithmetica" and engaging himself with the problems presented here. Jacques de Billy (1602-1679), a French Jesuit, who taught mathematics and theology and received the first professorship of mathematics at the Collège de Dijon, was highly interested in the problems that Diophantus had presented in his famous work, and some time before 1659, an active correspondence began between himself and Fermat, which led to, among other things, the his important "Diophantus Redivivus". The work includes many of Fermat's discoveries within the field as well as Billy's own take on them.Before a professorship of mathematics had been created at the Collège de Dijon, the mathematical enthusiast Jacques de Billy was master of studies and professor of theology. His love for mathematics meant, however, that he taught the students privately, and one of the most eager students that he thus privately taught was Jacques Ozanan, in whom Billy instilled a profound love for calculus.The only auction-records that we have been able to locate of the present work are that of Macclesfield (2004) and that of Honeyman (1978), both of which are without leaves between a3 and A2, thus lacking these two blanks (if they have ever been there). The Macclesfield-copy has the blank leaf after Part One and the two final blanks at the end of Part Two, but not the other (possible) blanks. The Honeyman-copy lacks all blank leaves, but only these, it seems.Brunet I: 946, stating "Recherché et rare" (collation: 302 et 140 pp.). Not in Poggendorf, not in Graesse.The previous owner Johann Georg von Soldner (1776-1833) was a famous German physicist, mathematician and astronomer, early on renowned for his great talent for mathematics (though almost completely self-taught). The Soldner coordinate system, which was in use until the middle of the 20th century in Germany, was named after him, as was the Ramaunajan-Soldner constant, but today he is probably primarily remembered for the final conclusion of light being diverted by heavenly bodies. It was Soldner that Einstein was accused of plagiarizing, when he calculated and published a value for the amount of gravitational light-bending in light skimming the Sun in 1911."Soldner was simple and reserved in manner, and he valued ral scholarship for its own sake. His painstaiking observational work on the detection of motion among fixed stars could be of value only to future generations of astronomers and illustrates the unselfish spirit of his work. His writings are clear and concise, and he avoided repetionon of what was already common knowledge." (D.S.B. XII:518)

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        Diophantus geometra siue Opus contextum ex arithmetica et geometria simul : in quo quæstiones omnes Diophanti, quæ geometrice solui possunt, enodantur tum algebricis, tum geometricis rationibus. Adiectus est Diophantus geometra promotus, in quo subtiles propositiones non absimili methodo pertractantur, & via noua ad eiusmodi praxes inueniendas aperitur.Paris: Michel Soly, 1660.

      Rare first edition of this work on the indeterminate problems of Diophantus' Arithmetica. Billy corresponded actively with Fermat on number theory, and it is mainly through his collection of letters from Fermat, published as 'Doctrinae Analyticae Inventum Novum' in the 1670 edition of Bachet's Diophantus, that we know of Fermat's methods for solving Diophantine equations. This work, published a decade before the 'Inventum Novum', also deals with Diophantine problems, in which both arithmetical and geometrical solutions are given. The second part is devoted to 59 algebraic problems that are not found in Diophantus. <br/><br/> "From 1631 to 1633 Billy taught mathematics at the Jesuit college at Rheims. He became a close friend of Bachet, who was one of his pupils at Rheims. After this Billy taught in Grenoble and then was rector of a number of Jesuit Colleges in Chalons, Langres and in Sens. From 1665 to 1668 he was professor of mathematics at the College of Dijon. One of his pupils in Dijon was Ozanam but this was before he was appointed to the chair of mathematics so, since there were no formal mathematics classes at the College, he taught Ozanam privately. Billy corresponded with Fermat and produced a number of results in number theory which have been named after him. Billy had collected many problems from Fermat's letters and, after the death of his father, Fermat's son appended de Billy's collection under the title Doctrinae analyticae inventum novum (New discovery in the art of analysis) as an annex to his edition of the Arithmetica of Diophantus (1670). Itard writes in [DSB]:- <br/><br/> 'It is an elaborate study of the techniques of indeterminate analysis used by Fermat and, on the whole, it explains them correctly. From it one can guess at Fermat's general line of activity in a field in which there are few pertinent documents.' <br/><br/> He also published astronomical tables such as 'Tabulae Lodoicaeae seu universa eclipseon doctrina tabulis'. This was a table of eclipses for the years 1656 to 1693 and included solar and lunar tables. Billy is also important in being one of the first to reject the role of astrology in science, along with superstitious notions about the malevolent influence of comets. Among Billy's most important works are: Abrégé des préceptes d'algèbre (1637); Nova geometricae clavis algebra (1643); Tractatus de proportione harmonicae (1658); and Diophantus geometria sive opus contextum ex arithmetica et geometria simul (1660)." (MacTutor History of Mathematics). <br/><br/> Sommervogel I, 1478, no. 7.. 4to: 221 x 170 mm. Pp. (20), 261 [recte 255], (1), [errors in pagination: jumps from 72 to 79, 86 = 89, 130 double, 133 to 135], complete. Near contemporary overlapping vellum, little browned & spotted, some paper flows, one sheet repaired, ownership inscription on title: Cardenay, or Cordemoy

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        A Geographical Description Of the Four Parts of the World Taken from the Notes & Workes Of the famous Monsieur Sanson, ...and other Eminent Travellers and Authors. To which the Commodities, Coyns, Weights...of the Chief Places of Traffic in the World....The whole Illustrated with a Variety of Useful and Delightful Maps and Figures. 5 Parts (1. Asia. 2. Africa. 3. Europe. 4. America. 5. Travel).

      London, Printed by T.N. for R. Blome, 1670. Small folio. Cont. full calf. Rebacked. Some heavy scratches to covers. Covers with wear. Privilege, title in red/black, Dedication to Charles II (on verso is the Privilege repeated), Approbation (on verso Index), 113,(5) pp. + 82,(4) pp. + 138,(6) pp. + 56,(2) pp. + 55,(1) pp, 5 large engraved vignettes and 5 large engraved initials. Some tears and repairs to margins, some staining and soiling, mainly marginal. With 25 double-page (of which 9 are folded) engraved maps (the main part signed by the artists Francis Lamb and Wenceslaus Hollar). Some maps strenghtened on verso, some brownspots, some cut close, a few with repaired corners, the map of Spain repaired in 3 corners with some loss of image. A few wormtracts, sometimes browning to foldings.. First edition with all 5 parts and complete with 25 maps. Although this atlas was never reprinted, the maps were used over the following 25 years in successive editions of Varenius's Cosmography."In 1667, the first of a new series of maps were engraved for Blome's A Geographical Description....1670. The completed volume was in small folio, and contained 24 maps (plus one duplicated), engraved by Francis Lamb, Thomas Burnford and Wenceslas Hollar). The maps in the atlas, as is clearly stated in the title to each, are copied from the equivalent map, published by the French geographer and mapmaker, Nicolas Sanson, and issued in his Cartes Generales de toutes les Parties du Monde of 1658. Althought this was not an original publication, it is worth pointing out that that this was the first new folio atlas to be published in England since 1627, the year Speed's Prospect Of The Most Famous Parts of the world appeared, which also relied on continental geographical models. Furthermore, this is the first folio (and quite possibly the very first) world atlas wholly engraved, printed and published in England......It would be hard to claim a successful career for Blome, but he occupies a very importent position in the history of the English map-trade of the seventeenth century. He was the first publisher in England for 40 years to prepare a new folio world atlas, the first in over sixty years to publish a new set of (albeit small) folio county maps, the first to seriously plan an illustrated description of London, and the first to plan a series of volumes related to the various Continents of the World." (Ashley Baynton-Williams, Mapforum Vol. I, issue 9). - Shirley: T.Blom 1b. Vol. I:248. - Not in Phillips. - Sabin No. 77282.Maps: 1.The Hemispheres. 2. Asia. 3. Arabia. 4. Persia and Provinces. 5. East Indies. 6. China. 7. Tartaria. 8. Africa. 9. North Africa (Mediterranean) - 10. Algier, Tunis, Egypt... 11. Higher and Lower Ethiopia. 12. Africa or Libia Ulterior. 13. Europe. 14. Spain. 15. Italy. 16. Turkish Empire. 17. France. 18. Germany. 19. Poland etc. 20. Scandinavia. 21. Denmark. 22. Russia, Moscovia. 23. Great Britain. 24. America Septentrionale. 25. America Meridionale

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        Responsa juris electoralia in serenissimi ac potentissimi Archiprincipis electoris Saxon. Supremo, qvod vocant, appellationum judicio illustrissimo, & Scabinatu Lipsiensi celeberrimo, ad qvaestiones in schola docturum dubias, foro controversas, & judicio contradictorio multùm agitatas lata, collecta, ad fundamenta & rationes juris Romano-imperialis, canonici, Saxonici, & provincialis revocata, enucleata ... edita. Libr. VI. Qvorum I. Materiae possesionis & proprietatis. II. Exceptionum. III. Processus judiciarii. IV. Executionum. V. Contractuum. VI. Succesionum ex testamento & ab intestato, nec non miscellaneae pertractatae visuntur. Autor et collectore Bendicot Carpzovio, JC. ... Cum duplice indice, tam titulorum et responsorum generali, qvàm rerum & verborum speciali ac perfecto. Pariter ac privilegio Sacr. Caesar, Maj.

      Vortitel, gestochenes ganzseitiges Titelblatt, Hauptitel in rot / schawarz gedruckt mit gestochener Vignette. [38], 828, 284, 29, [111] S. (Index) Fol. Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit Ausriss am oberen Kapital VD17 14:017270X ,- Wichtiges Grundlagenwerk in gutem, wenngleich vereinzelt etwas fleckigem Exemplar.

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