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        Transactions of the High Court of Chancery, Both by Practice and President . . . And all special Orders in extraordinary Cases, which are to be found in the Registers Office as they are quoted by Terms, Years, and Books [etc.]. Second Edition. Wing T1953

      The first published equity cases, reaching back to the mid-16th century and including Ellesmere's dicta while Lord Chancellor, disclosing and providing access to the evolving and increasing procedural and substantive precedent governing chancery. Modern 1/2 calf, some marginal repairs, cut close; a usable copy. Printed for R. Best and J. Place . . . in Holborn, London, 1671.

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        Merchants Map of Commerce

      1671. ROBERTS, Lewes. The Merchants Map of Commerce: Wherein the Universal Manner and Matter of Trade Is Compendiously Handled. London: R. Horn, 1671. Small folio (8 by 12-1/2 inches), period-style full paneled calf, raised bands. $8500.Second, expanded edition of Roberts' major work, ""one of the earliest systematic treatises on its subject in English"" (DNB)—this is the first edition to include John Overton's four splendidly detailed and large engraved folding maps of America, Africa, Asia and Europe, and in this edition ""the description of 'America and the Provinces thereof,' pp. 47-64, contains much fuller accounts of New England, New Netherland, and other places, than that in the first edition"" (Sabin). Handsomely bound in period-style paneled calf.Lewes Roberts worked for the East India Company, of which he became a director, and the Levant Company at Constantinople. His comprehensive guidebook, first published in 1638, ""provided not only the standard topographical information sought by English travelers abroad, but also full details of local commodities, currency, weights and measures, and rates of exchange. It was an immediate success with the mercantile community, and revised editions were published in 1671, 1677, and 1700"" (ODNB). The 1638 folio first edition included engraved maps of the continents, but not these splendid large folding maps by John Overton, which make their first appearance here, with fine details and elaborate decorative borders and cartouches. ""The map [of the Americas] is derived from both of the other English maps circulating at that time. [Overton] draws upon Walton for the border decorations, and Jenner for the cartography. The only cartographic feature drawn from the Walton is the large decorative inset of the polar regions of North America… The Blaeu improvements referred to are cartographic, but, curiously, the Briggs version of California as an island is used and Greenland is omitted… From about 1670 Overton started selling atlases made to order and some contained the continental maps. They are also sometimes found in two other works, Lewes Roberts, The Merchants Map of Commerce, and Robert Fage, Cosmography, both 1671"" (Burden). In addition to these improvements to the maps, the text has been expanded, and ""the description of 'America and the Provinces thereof,' pp. 47-64, contains much fuller accounts of New England, New Netherland, and other places, than that in the first edition"" (Sabin)—in the 1638 first edition the chapter on the Americas dealt chiefly with Mexico and Peru. The map of America in the second state with the ""White/horse neere the Fountaine Tavern"" imprint. Sabin 71907. Wing R-1599. Burden, The Mapping of North America 401. Alden & Landis 671/233. Early owner signature on title page inked over; early owner signature on blank verso of final leaf, another early signature on verso of Asia section title. Marginal annotations in a neat early hand to a few leaves in Europe section.Title page rehinged and remargined. Maps skilfully mounted on paper, repairing a few minor holes; portion of Europe map missing and trimmed affecting border. A few marginal wormholes to text. Handsome binding fine.

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        Les Termes de la Ley Or, Certain difficult and obscure Words and Terms of the Common Laws and Statutes of this Realm now in use expounded and explained . . . With an Addition of above one hundred Words [etc.]. Wing R291; Cowley 163

      A late-seventeenth century edition of the first English law dictionary (and the first English dictionary of any kind), published over the course of almost four centuries; with the Law French and English entries in parallel columns. Contemporary unlettered calf, lightly rubbed, a very good crisp copy; with the frontispiece of the arms of Charles II preceding the title. Printed by J. Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], London, 1671.

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        Aeloude en hedendaegsche scheeps-bouw en bestier. Amsterdam, Gaspar Commelin, Broer & Jan Appelaer, 1671. Large Crown folio (39 x 25 cm). With etched frontispiece by Romeyn de Hooghe and 114 engraved plates after the drawings by Witsen. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum, later endpapers.

      - Bierens de Haan 5368; Bruzelius, pp. 12-13; Verkruijsse, Romeyn de Hooghe 1671.21. Large paper copy of the first edition of the first, most authoritative and important book on ship building of the 17th century, by Nicolaas Witsen (1641-1717), a Dutch diplomat, cartographer, burgomaster of Amsterdam and director of the VOC. Several variants have been noted, but most are merely press variants and have no bearing on the order of issue of copies of the book.There was a later issue where leaves 3O1-3 were cancelled and replaced with a single newly set and printed bifolium (paginated 473-4, 477-8). The text about the Dutch defeat of an English fleet in 1666 on the original pages 474-477 is omitted and a half sentence added on the new page 474. Our copy includes the longer original text, omitted in the later issue.The blank right margin of the double-page plate cut short. Binding in good condition, foot of spine cracked and top corners bumped. Good large paper copy of a classic of ship building.

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        La dioptrique oculaire, ou la théorique, la positive, et la mechanique de l'oculaire dioptrique en toutes ses espèces.

      Paris: Thomas Jolly and Simon Benard, 1671. Exceptional copy in contemporary red morocco of "the most exhaustive treatise on lens making in the seventeenth century. It is a six-hundred folio page long, comprehensive, cogently-argued treatise on telescope making. It contains an impressive amount of theoretical and practical, first-hand information on all of its facets -- from explanations of the telescope's working principles, to descriptions of lens grinding and polishing, to rules for the right distances between lenses, to methods to find the right apertures, to descriptions of the shapes and articulations of the wooden parts and bolts and screws needed to properly point a telescope to the skies, to the construction of tubes, and so on and so forth." (Albert et al, The origins of the telescope, pp. 289-291). "The first, shorter part of the book is devoted to the theory of vision, including the optical properties of the main parts of the eye. It follows Kepler's account but complements it with views taken from the Jesuit Christopher Scheiner's Oculus (1619) and Rosa ursine (1632). The second part, which dedicates more than one hundred pages to the theory of the telescope, pervasively shows the deep influence of Kepler's Dioptrice. The basic notions and axioms come from Kepler, including the approximate refraction law for angles of incidence no greater than 30º ... (pp. 8 & 25). To Kepler's results about the focus of convex lenses and meniscus, d'Orleans adds a few new results, but not a full treatment of the problem. He takes into consideration only the focus of radiation parallel to the axis of the lens. For it he finds the focal distance for a planoconvex lens, a biconvex symmetrical lens, a biconvex meniscus with two general radius of convexity, and a concavo-convex meniscus whose surfaces have two general radii. He also improves Kepler's results about the focus of two contiguous equal convex lenses. D'Orleans also takes up in full Kepler's understanding of magnification, his procedure to measure it, and his explanations for the inversion of the image (pp. 11-13 & 158). More importantly, d'Orleans closely follows Kepler's analysis of the ways in which a convex or a concave lens combine with the eye separately (pp. 67- 71 & 73-78). Next, he presents the theory of the Dutch telescope as it appears in the Dioptrice (pp. 80-89). The full treatment of astronomical or Keplerian telescopes is one important addition to Kepler's Dioptrice we find in d'Orleans' treatise (pp. 91-108). Astronomical telescopes are called telescopes 'of the second kind (oculaire dioptrique de deuxième espèce)', while the Dutch or Galilean telescopes belong to the 'first kind' (première espèce). D'Orleans' analysis of the combination of two convex lenses closely follows Kepler's. Recognising these telescopes to be the most important ones for the purposes of astronomical observation, d'Orleans carefully explains many practical problems posed by their actual construction. In particular he insists in the one physical feature that outwardly distinguishes them from Dutch telescopes, i.e. that objective lenses in Keplerian telescopes had smaller diameters than ocular lenses, which made Keplerian telescopes to be thicker at the end to which the eye was applied and thinner at the end pointed to the sky (pp. 178 & 190). The astronomical telescope occupies pride of place in the carefully designed frontispiece of d'Orleans' treatise. Other second-kind telescopes may include three, four or even five convex lenses (pp. 109-118). Their properties are explained with the same techniques Kepler (and d'Orleans) used to explain the combination of two convex lenses (exemplified above by the demonstration of Dioptrice's proposition 107). The second important theoretical addition to Kepler's Dioptrice we find in d'Orleans' treatise concerns the theory of microscopes with one, two and three convex lenses (pp. 125-140), a topic Kepler ignored. The last and longer division of d'Orleans' Dioptrique oculaire (almost 300 pages) concerns the 'positive and mechanical' parts of telescope making, i.e. the actual construction of tubes and its parts, and techniques for lens grinding and polishing. In the opening pages of his treatise d'Orleans claims himself to be Kepler's 'follower', and calls Kepler the main author of the 'modern theory' (doctrine moderne) of dioptrics." (Albert et al, The Origins of the Telescope, pp. 289-291). "Cherubin discusses the effects of various kinds of glasses on the eye and explains his techniques for grinding lenses. He first describes an early, stationary, compound microscope; he provides possibly the earliest description of the scioptric" (Albert et al, Source book of ophthalmology, p. 60). "The French Capuchin friar Chérubin d'Orleans (1613-97), real name Michel Lasséré) published a large volume in 1671 on optics, in which, among other subjects, he describes his invention of a rhombic pantograph apparatus attached to a telescope and drawing board, by which accurate drawings of distant objects could be made. The point of the inner rhombus was located in the common focal plane of the objective lens and the eyepiece, and a pencil was placed in the joint of the outer rhombus. Thus with a stationary scene and a rigidly mounted telescope plus its accessories, it would be feasible to make enlarged drawings of distant scenes, etc." (Whitaker, Mapping and naming the moon, p. 76. Whitaker notes that the instrument is depicted in one of two full-moon images in the book, that the instrument would not be suitable for a moving image such as the moon, and that Cherubin has plagiarised Hevelius). Cherubin was famous for his binoculars and binocular microscopes and telescopes, a number of which have survived to this day. Their construction is described in detail in Daumas, Scientific instruments of the 17th and 18th centuries, pp. 32 and 38. Cherubin also invented the adjustable stage for a microscope: "Chérubin arranged to focus the object by screwing the base up and down by means of a screw in the centre of the base. This appears to be the first instance of a focusing screw being applied to the stage of a microscope" (Clay and Court, History of the microscope, p. 82). "Chérubin d'Orléans, a prolific microscope- and telescope maker, both ground and polished his lenses with one and the same tool. He used fine sandstone for an abrasive and, after the grinding process, covered his tool with silk rubbed over with wet putty. On other occasions he paper-polished his lenses, but in both cases he departed from Huygens' use of a long pole. Instead, he stuck a short handle to the lens and ground it by hand on the brass tool" (King, History of the telescope, p. 57).The frontispiece was designed by Jean le Pautre (1618-1682) and engraved by Gerard Edelinck (1640-1707). The two double-page full-moon images feature cherubim (perhaps a visual pun on the author's name) at the corners wielding a variety of optical instruments, including a binocular telescope that Cherubin invented. The plates were designed by Cherubin and engraved by L. Cossinus. Other plates depict lens-grinding lathes and other apparatus, and microscopes and telescopes. One plate depicts the movement of sunspots on two solar discs. Folio (365 x 235 mm), fully complete: pp. [2:blanks] [xlviii, including frontispiece], 419 [1:blank], [30:index] plus 57 engraved plates (of which 6 are double), and three engraved plates in text, bound in contemporary fine red morocco, raised bands, with elaborate gilting, all edges gilt, entirely unrestored. An amazing copy. Ex libris inscription dated 1700 to title page, printed label from the Parisian science publisher and antiquarian bookseller J.B.M. Duprat pasted to second blank before the frontispiece. Lower inner corner with a light water stain, a 35 mm closed tear to the frontispiece in this area, a few leaves with light browning (but much less than what usually effects this work).

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        Sammelband mit 8 Werken des Verfassers: Einleitung zum Civilprozeß / Einleitung zum Peinlichen Prozeß / Einleitung zum Wechsel-Prozeß / Einleitung zum Concurs-Prozeß / Additiones zu des Wohlsel.Herrn Geheimden Raths Ludovici Einleitungen zum Civil-Concurs

      Einleitung zum Consistorial-Prozeß. Mit 1 Porträt-Kupfer als Frontispiz und gestochener Titelvignette. Die Titel zum Teil in Schwarz-Rot-Druck. Jakob Friedrich Ludovicus (1671 - 1723) verfasste die ersten deutschsprachigen Lehrbücher zum Prozeßrecht. Er h

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        Littleton's Tenures, in French and English. Wing L2588

      First edition to provide both the Law French text and its English translation, with a marvelous series of provenances, once the copy of Edmund Trowbridge, Edmund T. Dana, Joseph G. Cogswell, Alex H. Everett, Edward Everett, William Everett and others. Later green morocco extra gilt, a trifle worn, but quite pretty. Printed by John Streater, James Flesher [etc.], London, 1671.

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        Origines Juridiciales, or Historical Memorials of the English Laws, Courts of Justice, Forms of Tryal, Punishment in Cases Criminal, Law-Writers, Law-Books . . . Innes of Court and Chancery [etc.]. Second edition

      The foremost early treatise devoted to the history of the legal profession (particularly to the Inns of Court), still of value, termed "a pioneering work . . . and influential" by Dr. Baker and "the chief authority" by Holdsworth; with the six plates. Contemporary calf, worn, front board detached, embrowning; sound. Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Abel Rober, John Martin [etc.], London, 1671.

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        Histoire de l'état présent de l'Empire Ottoman : contenant les maximes politiques des turcs ; les principaux points de la religion mahometane, ses sectes, ses hérésies, & et ses diverses forces de religieux

      Amsterdam, Abraham Wolfgank, 1671. 1671, 1671, in-12, 498-[6] pages dont le frontispice, 17 (sur 18) planches dépliantes et une figure dans le texte, l'ensemble gravé sur cuivre, velin rigide à petits recouvrements de l'époque, titre manuscrit à l'encre en tête du dos, Ouvrage qui "est sans contredit le meilleur que l'on eût alors sur la Turquie, et il se lit encore avec intérêt" (Willems). Il se compose de trois livres : I. Des maximes politiques des Turcs - II. De la religion des Turcs - III. Où il est traité de la milice des Turcs. La traduction de Briot avait paru à l'origine à Paris en 1670 ; Abraham Wolfgang, l'un des principaux rivaux des Elzevier à Amsterdam, a en donné 3 éditions, entre 1670 et 1672. Paul Ricaut (ou Rycaut, 1628-1700) voyagea durant quelques années en Europe, en Asie et en Afrique. Attaché comme secrétaire au comte de Winchelsea, il suivit en 1661, l'ambassade extraordinaire de Charles II auprès du sultan Mehmed IV à Constantinople. Ce séjour lui permit de découvrir de façon détaillée les moeurs et la religion des Turcs. Il rédigea en 1663 les articles du traité de paix conclu entre l'Angleterre et le gouvernement ottoman, et obtint le privilège pour les navires anglais d'être exemptés du droit de visite. La première édition anglaise de sa relation date de 1667-1668, mais la plupart des exemplaires furent détruits pendant le grand incendie de Londres. Celle-ci est ornée, en copies inversées, des figures réalisées par Sébastien Le Clerc pour l'édition parisienne de 1670. Il manque la planche dépliante de la p. 334 (les derviches). Ex-libris manuscrit ancien sur une garde blanche. Chadenat, 428. Willems, 1872. Brunet IV, 1275

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        Le berger fidelle

      Bilingual edition with the French text next, and illustrated with a frontispiece and 5 Webber signed Dutch Bloote figures (particularly thin and beautiful).Binding in full black morocco circa 1860. Back to nerves Jansenist cold framing nets. Triple cold framing net on the boards. Rich inner frieze. Gilt edges. Very nice copy, perfectly established in an unsigned master binding. Chez Pierre du Marteau à Cologne 1671 in-12 (7,5x13,2cm) (24) 573pp. relié

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        Dissertations académiques sur la nature du froid et du chaud ... Avec un discours sur la construction et l'usage d'un cylindre arithmétique, inventé par le mesme autheur....

      Paris, Olivier de Varennes, 1671. ____ Première édition de cet ouvrage qui traite de construction du cylindre arithmétique. Mathématicien et physicien, intendant général des ports et fortifications de France, Pierre Petit (1598-1667) faisait parti du groupe de savants qui se réunissait autour de Marin Mersenne. Petit "exemplified thoses investigators who, in contrast to the increasingly doctrinaire Cartesians, emphasized the importance of accurate experimental observation in validating scientific theories. (...) He worked with or knew many of the major scientists of the period. In 1646 he collaborated with Blaise Pascal in Rouen and repeated Torricelli's experiment on the barometric vacuum." DSB 10, 546. La deuxième partie a son propre faux-titre : "Usage et construction du cylindre arithmétique". "The arithmetic cylinder is a development of Napier's bones. Petit refers to Napier's invention of logarithms, but he believes that this apparatus in form of a band instead of "bones" is an improvement. Rare." Catalogue Weil 19, 56. Maire, Biblio. de Blaise Pascal 1, 226. La planche est en fac-similé sur papier d'époque. *****. In-12. [150 x 90 mm] Collation : (22), XXXVII, (3), 237 pp., 1 f. bl., (6), 22, (24) pp., 1 planche dépliante. Veau, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.)....

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        Relationi universali

      Perli Bertani. New edition, after the original was published in 1591 and 1593. Illustrated with 4 folding maps of Gioseppe Rosatio, Europe, Asia, America and Africa, on gray background. The work went through many reprints in the seventeenth. Full vellum flexible time. Back to nerves Jansenist. Title in black pen. Universal geography Botero is a way to assess the real power of all states. Botero writes his Relazioni in the wake of his great political work from reasons of state and can only be understood in its wake. If the work is a classic universal geography, with a description of all parts of the world then known in the first part, the remaining parts describe the world this time of political and religious point of view, favoring instead the Catholic evangelism Worldwide. The book was originally a request of Cardinal Borromeo on the state of Christianity in the world. The Relazioni are transmitting a geopolitical worldview, but under the terms of the Counter-Reformation. Botero trying to reach the geographical space and political space, providing Catholicism against the Reformation and its future expansion. Many modern geographers made of the work of the charter birth of modern geography by using methods employed by Botero, although the book offers a triple worldview (geographical, political and religious) and not unilaterally Geographic. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Perli Bertani In Venetia 1671 in-4 (16x22,8cm) (8) 747pp. (36) relié

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        The History of the Conquest of China by the Tartars. Together with an Account of Several remarkable things, concerning the Religion, Manners, and Customes of both Nations, but especially of the latter.

      London: W. Godbid, 1671. Octavo, with the four page advertisement of the bookseller Moses Pitt at the rear, some of the early pages a little dusted and a few marks throughout; but a very good copy in a recent period-style binding of dark calf, spine decorated and gilt, with russet morocco label. First edition of this important early work on China, now quite rare.The first major news from China to be reported in the Western world was the Manchu conquest of 1644, beginning with Father Martinio Martini's generally accurate De bello tartarico (1654), a work which traced the history of the hostility between the Chinese and the Tartars north of the Great Wall.Palafox y Mendoza, who held bishoprics in both Spain and Mexico, served briefly as the viceroy of New Spain. In addition to his ecclesiastical duties, Palafox was also in charge of the dispatch of vessels to the Philippines during his stay in Mexico. In this capacity he collected "letters and memorials" on events in China as they were forwarded to him, using them to prepare this work, the second European history of the Manchu conquest.He begins his account with the rebellion of Li Tzu-ch'êng and Chang Hsien-Chung in 1640, and provides a good history of the conflict. Moreover, although saddened by the revolt, Palafox does not revert to simply depicting the Manchus as barbarians, arguing that the collapse of the empire was due largely to slow deterioration and neglect. His work is now primarily known for his interest in Chinese government, religion, dress, customs, military techniques and manners (see Donald F. Lach & Edwin J. Van Kley, Asia in the Making of Europe, I, p. 356).

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        De Re vehiculari veterum libri duo

      Ex Officina Zunneriana typis Johannis Andreae. Rare first edition illustrated with 38 wood in the text and 4 figures engraved on copper mid-page (one repeated). A beautiful frontispiece Hoos.) Brunet, 29030. Half calf flat spine decorated in small corners. Green part of title, florets and nets waves. Binding late eighteenth century. 2/3 of the book have text browned, often strongly. The second part has no title page. John Scheffer (1621-1679) was born in Strasbourg, he was welcomed in Sweden by Queen Christina and appointed librarian of the academy and still got the protection of the queen chair of eloquence and public law at the University Upsala. He also wrote a history of Lapland. De re vehiculi is one of the most scholarly, on a matter which was not often studied, transportation in antiquity. This is the most comprehensive book on this subject. Brunet 29030. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Ex Officina Zunneriana typis Johannis Andreae Francofurti (Francfort) 1671 in-4 (21,4x17,5) (6)286pp. et 422pp. deux parties reliées en un volume

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        Testimonial letter for Michel Bauman, journeyman to the master Imperial gardener Johan Georg Geißner, incipit:] Des hoch und wohll gebohrnen Herrn Herrn Phillibbuß Ludwiguß deß heiligen römll: reichs Erb-Schotz Maister Graff von Sintzendarff .Laxenburg (near Vienna), 1735. Illustrated baroque testimonial letter in black and brown ink on parchment (34 x 60 cm plus a 4.5 cm flap at the foot), with the Sintzendorf coat of arms above centre (12 x 12 cm), illustrations of 4 exotic potted plants, flanking the text, and the text in richly decorated German gothic calligraphy and handwriting. With the crown above the coat of arms highlighted with gold. With slits through the foot to attach the seal, but lacking the seal itself.

      - For Sintzendorff: ADB XXXIV, pp. 408-412. A testimonial letter for a Hungarian journeyman gardener during his Wanderjahre, from Johan Georg Geißner, master "lust Gartner" at Schloss Laxenburg, outside Vienna, the principal summer residence of the Holy Roman Emperor, Karl VI. Philipp Ludwig Wenzel, Graf von Sinzendorff (1671-1742), was Imperial Erbschatzmeister, which apparently included responsibility for the gardens. Since 1721 he had also been director of the österreichischen Orientalischen Handelskompanie, so he may have had a hand in acquiring some of the garden's exotic plants. The document is folded up and has some minor stains on the back, but is in very good condition, though without the seal that would originally been attached with cords through the slits at the foot.

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        Les entretiens d'Ariste et d'Eugène

      (6), 438 pp., (9) Amsterdam, Jacques le Jeune, 1671, in-12, (6), 438 pp, (9), plein velin, dos lisse avec titre manuscrit, Première édition elzévirienne et la première dans ce format, publiée la même année que l'édition originale parisienne. L'ouvrage fut vanté par Voltaire et André Gide. Il se divise en six entretiens : la mer, la langue française, le secret, le bel esprit, le je ne sais quoi et les devises. Le père Bouhours fut l'ami et le conseiller de Racine, son étude appartient à la plus fine tradition littéraire française, dont la pertinence qui a exercé son influence dans les arts, ne se dément pas aujourd'hui. Le frontispice de Romain de Hooghe, représente Ariste et Eugène, devisant au bord de la mer devant une cité flamande et des vaisseaux. Écriture à l'encre sur le contre plat, note sur la page de titre. Tache d'encre sur la tranche.

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        Antiquitatum et Annalium Trevirensium libri XXV.

      Lüttich, Hovius 1671 - 2 Bände (in 1). Folio (37 x 24,5 cm). 14 Blatt, 626 Seiten, 14 Blatt, 1 weißes Bl.; 4 Blatt, 566 Seiten, 25 Blatt, 43 (recte 49) Seiten, 1 weißes Blatt. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 13 Textkupfern, davon 2 ganzseitig, 2 Textholzschnitten und 3 Druckermarken. Ohne die drei doppelseitigen Tafeln. Modernes Halbleder mit Rückentitel. Leicht altersfleckig oder schwach gebräunt. Kleine Bibl.-Stempel verso Titel. De Backer/Sommervogel II, 221. NDB II, 639. Älteste und bis heute unübertroffene Gesamtdarstellung der Trierer Geschichte, begonnen von Trierer Jesuit Christoph Brouwer (1559-1617), fortgeführt von Jacob Masen (1606-81). Das Manuskript Brouwers war schon 1591 fertiggestellt, die Veröffentlichung scheiterte aber an Differenzen mit dem Erzbischof Johann von Schönenberg. Schließlich sollte das Buch 1626 in Köln erscheinen, aber auch diesmal war es ein Trierer Erzbischof der es verhinderte. Christoph von Sötern lies wegen seines unseligen Streites mit der Abtei St. Maximin um deren Reichsunmittelbarkeit die bereits gedruckten Bögen beschlagnahmen, später wurden sie als Altpapier verkauft. Lange galt die Auflage als vernichtet, bis man aus geretteten Bögen, handschriftlich ergänzt, eine fast vollständige Ausgabe rekonstruieren konnte. Jakob Masen erweiterte das Werk dann um den Zeitraum 1600-1652. "Eine annalistisch-chronologische, heute noch wertvolle Darstellung der Geschichte des Trierischen Erzstifts." (NDB), "opus immortale" (Hontheim). Die Textkupfer zeigen u.a. eine Ansicht der Barbarathermen, des Erzbischöflichen Palastes, des Amphitheaters, eines Maximiner Sarkophages, einer Hypokaustenheizung, Neumagener Steindenkmäler (u.a. Bibliothek) der Römerbrücke und des Heiligen Rocks. Ca. 12 weitere Seiten mit Münzen. Es fehlen die drei Tafeln: Karte, Porta Nigra, Doppelblatt Igeler Säule, die jedoch als Kopien beigeheftet sind. Erstmals 1670 erschienen, hier im zweiten Druck von 1671. Mit Duplettenstempel der Harvard College Library. Breitrandiges, sehr gutes Arbeitsexemplar dieses wichtigsten Werkes zur Geschichte der Stadt und des Erzstiftes Trier. Falls Sie an einem vollständigen Exemplar interessiert sind, fragen Sie bitte nach.

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        Vida y Hechos del Ingenioso Cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha. Nueva Edicion, coregida y ilustrada con differentes Estampas muy donosas, y apropriadas a la materia.

      En Bruselas, a costa de Pedro de la Calle, año 1671. - 2 volumes in-8. Frontispice. 14ff. 611pp. 2ff. 8 planches gravées hors-texte. + Frontispice. 7ff. 649pp. (interversion de 2 feuillets) 3ff. 8 planches gravées hors-texte. Plein vélin postérieur à l'imitation (c.1950?), titre calligraphié à l'encre aux dos. Réimpression à l'identique de la première édition illustrée en espagnol (Bruxelles, 1662). Elle reprend les mêmes 16 planches généralement attribuées au graveur anversois Frederick Bouttats, et copiées sur les figures dessinées par Jacques Savary qui avaient été publiées pour la première fois dans la toute première édition illustrée de Don Quichotte, l'édition hollandaise de 1657. Elle contient par ailleurs deux frontispices entièrement nouveaux, gravés par Launers. Brunissures éparses et quelques cernes clairs ici ou là mais très bon exemplaire agréablement relié à l'imitation. Rius, 24. Palau, 51997. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Map of all the Earth and after the Flood it was devided among the sons of Noah.

      Artist: Moxon/ VisscherNicolas Joseph; issued in: London; date: 1671 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 32 x 46 - description: Decorative map of the world surrounded with pictures of biblical scenes.Numerous biblical vignettes, some with Hebrew lettering.North America is labeled with Japhet, and Eden is shown towards the cetner of the depiction of Asia. The vignettes are quite decorative. Joseph Moxon (1627 - 1691), hydrographer to Charles II, was an English printer of mathematical books and maps, a maker of globes and mathematical instruments, and mathematical lexicographer. He produced the first English language dictionary devoted to mathematics. In November 1678, he became the first tradesman to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society. - Vita of the artist: Joseph Moxon (1627 - 1691), hydrographer to Charles II, was an English printer of mathematical books and maps, a maker of globes and mathematical instruments, and mathematical lexicographer. He produced the first English language dictionary devoted to mathematics. In November 1678, he became the first tradesman to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society.

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        Dissertations académiques sur la nature du froid et du chaud ... Avec un discours sur la construction et l'usage d'un cylindre arithmétique, inventé par le mesme autheur....

      Paris, Olivier de Varennes, 1671. ____ Première édition de cet ouvrage qui traite de construction du cylindre arithmétique. Mathématicien et physicien, intendant général des ports et fortifications de France, Pierre Petit (1598-1667) faisait parti du groupe de savants qui se réunissait autour de Marin Mersenne. Petit "exemplified thoses investigators who, in contrast to the increasingly doctrinaire Cartesians, emphasized the importance of accurate experimental observation in validating scientific theories. (...) He worked with or knew many of the major scientists of the period. In 1646 he collaborated with Blaise Pascal in Rouen and repeated Torricelli's experiment on the barometric vacuum." DSB 10, 546. La deuxième partie a son propre faux-titre : "Usage et construction du cylindre arithmétique". "The arithmetic cylinder is a development of Napier's bones. Petit refers to Napier's invention of logarithms, but he believes that this apparatus in form of a band instead of "bones" is an improvement. Rare." Catalogue Weil 19, 56. Maire, Biblio. de Blaise Pascal 1, 226. La planche est en fac-similé sur papier d'époque. *****. In-12. [150 x 90 mm] Collation : (22), XXXVII, (3), 237 pp., 1 f. bl., (6), 22, (24) pp., 1 planche dépliante. Veau, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.)....

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        Kupferstich - Karte, aus Montanus, "Tabula Magellanica qua tierrae del Fuego".

      - mit Grenzkolorit, 1671, 29 x 35,5 Tooley, Mapmakers III, 272. - Mit maritimer Staffage, 2 Windrosen und 4 kolorierten Kartuschen, die Titelkartusche rechts unten.

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        De singularibus quibusdam & antiquis in Germania juribus & observatis. Kurtzer Tractat von unterschiedlichen Rechten in Teutschland. Frankfurt und Leipzig (recte: Hannover), Grentz o. J. (nach 1686). 8°. 7 Bll., 591 S., 8 Bll., mit gest. Titel, Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rückentitel.

      - VD 17 32:683125R - Dünnhaupt 3843, 41.2 - Faber du Faur 702 - Jantz 2266.- Titelauflage der ersten Ausgabe von 1671, wird in vielen Katalogen und Bibliographien fälschlich noch als Erstausgabe geführt. Eine von mehreren Druckvarianten. "Kompendium kurioser Rechtsaltertümer, darunter Beschwörung des glühenden Eisens, Femgericht, Handabhauen usw. Eine Fundgrube zur Volkskunde und Geschichte der Jurisprudenz" (Dünnhaupt).- Justus-Georgius Schottelius (* 23. Juni 1612 in Einbeck; ? 25. Oktober 1676 in Wolfenbüttel), Doctor beider Rechte, war Hof- und Kammerrat am Wolfenbütteler Hof. Er war Mitglied der Fruchtbringenden Gesellschaft und im Pegnesischen Blumenorden.- Die beiden Kartonbll. zu Lage X hier an den Schluß gebunden. Deren Doppelpaginierung (S. 323-326) wird durch den Zählsprung von 352 auf 357 wieder ausgeglichen.- Titel, gest. Titel verso u. Vorsatz gestempelt, gering gebräunt u. vereinzelt etw. fleckig, Ebd. gering fleckig. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les travaux de Mars ou la fortification nouvelle tant regulière, qu'irregulière. 3 Tle. in einem Band. Amsterdam, Janssonius van Waesberge 1672. 8°. 7 Bll., 247 S., 3 Bll.; 7 Bll., 272 S.; 7 Bll., 272 S., mit 3 gest. Titeln u. 301 (ganzs.) Textkupfern. Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Pohler III, 697 - vgl. Graesse IV, 354 u. Jähns 1344: "Das Werk ist eines der ausgezeichnetsten, welche in dieser Art veröffentlicht wurden."- Holländischer Nachdruck der ersten Ausgabe Paris 1671, mit den gestoch. Titeln der holländischen Ausgabe 1672, lediglich der Drucktitel zum dritten Teil ist ebenfalls 1672 datiert.- Eines der grundlegenden Werke zur Kriegskunst im 17. Jhdt.Der erste Teil beschäftigt sich mit der Befestigung regelmäßiger und unregelmäßiger Plätze, der zweite Teil mit dem Bau der Fortifikationen und der dritte Teil mit Angriff und Verteidigung dieser Befestigungen.- Die Kupfer zeigen Befestigungen, Kriegsgerät, Schlachtformationen etc., tls. im Hintergrund mit kleinen Stadtansichten, darunter Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Budapest, Brest, Lissabon, Madrid, Neapel, Speyer, Venedig, Wien.- Ebd. etw. fleckig, 1 Bl. mit kl. ergänzter Fehlstelle, sonst schönes Exemplar, sauber und frisch.# One of the basic works on the art of war in the 17th century, Dutch reprint in French by Janssonius in Amsterdam, one year after the first edition of Paris 1671.- Complete with 301 full page engravings; many with plans of the fortifications and views of European cities including, among others Amsterdam, Antwerp, Budapest, Brest, Douay, Arras, Lisbon, Barcelona, La Rochelle, Landrecy, Geneva, Madrid, Naples, Speyer, Venice, Vienna.- Binding somewhat spotty, otherwise nice copy, clean and fresh.

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        The history of Romish treasons and usurpations : together with a particular account of many gross corruptions and impostures in the Church of Rome, highly dishonourable and injurious to Christian religion : to which is prefixt a large preface to the Romanists

      London : Printed by J.C. for Tho. Basset 1671 - Folio. [40], 726, [8] pages. Contemporary full calf leather, red leather spine label. Rehinged and rejointed, wear and chipping to board edges. Minor toning/tanning, scattered foxing, soiling to title page. An anti-Catholic work by Henry Foulis, an Anglican Oxford theologian and controversist. Wing F1640B. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Curiöser Tractat genannt Das wieder gefundene Gesicht der sonst blinden Maulwürffe. Aus dem Lateinischen ins Deutsche übersetzet von M. M.

      31 S. Späterer Umschlag. Rosenthal, BMP, 5823 Vgl. Krivatsy 11812. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der 1671 in Altenburg bei Enoch erschienenen lateinischen Abhandlung "De visu talparum". - Interessante kleine Schrift über Maulwürfe, in dem der Pädagoge und Philosoph Thomasius (1622-1684) den Versuch unternimmt, den seit der Antike bestehenden Irrglauben der Maulwurf wäre blind oder hätte gar keine oder gar von Fell überzogene Augen zu widerlegen. Seine Argumentation ist belegt er jedoch nicht durch Untersuchungen des Tieres, sondern durch Logik: der Maulwurff ist ein solches Thier, das seine jungen lebendig gebühret, deshlaben muß er ja alle sensus haben. Denn das ist der Vernunfft gemäß, das ein soches Thier, das vollkommen ist gebohren worden, auch vollkommene Sinne haben müsse. (S. 31). Mit Besitzvermerk von Graf Joseph Ferdinand von Rheinstein und Tattenbach (1723-1802). - beim Übersetzer dürfte es sich um Marcus Molitor oder um den M(agister Johann Gottlieb) M(eister) handeln. - Seiten gebräunt, vereinzelte Flecken. Insgesamt wohlerhaltene seltene Schrift.

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        Mappa Aestivarum Insularum, Alias Barmudas dictarum, ad Ostia Mexicani aestuary jacentium in latitudine .':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Arnoldus Montanus, 1671, 29,5 x 35,5 Palmer, The Printed Maps of Bermuda (in Map Collectors' Circle (No. 19), 12 (1. state). - The map was included in Montanus "Die Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld: of Beschryving van America" and is based on Blaeu's chart of 1635. - It shows the division into the original Tribes, or shares and shows the various landowners with their names in a table below the map. - Bermuda was colonized in 1612. - The map uses Blaeu's previous projection to show Bermuda's correct proportion and position in the North Atlantic by superimposing this map over a smaller scale map of the Atlantic with the coastlines of Britain, North America (Virginia) and Hispaniola, with a tiny island of Bermuda appearing just beneath the title cartouche. - The map with a decorative cartouche including Neptune riding a pair of sea monsters, surrounded by putti. - The scale of miles cartouche shows a vignette of natives and Englishmen surveying the land, and the coats-of-arms for England and Bermuda are displayed at top left.

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        De singularibus quibusdam & antiquis in Germania juribus & observatis. Kurtzer Tractat von unterschiedlichen Rechten in Teutschland.

      Kl.8. 7 Bll., 587 S., 6 Bll. Pergamentband der Zeit Dünnhaupt V, 38452, 41.2. Spätere, mit der Erstausgabe kollationsgleiche Ausgabe und mit der Datierung von 1671 im Vorwort. Ein "Kompendium kurioser Rechtsaltertümer.. Eine Fundgrube zur Volkskunde u. Geschichte der Jurisprudenz". - Angebunden: Gericke, J. W. Schottelius illustratus et continuatus sive spicilegium.. Leipzig u. Wolffenbüttel, Freytag 1718. 12 Bll., 226 S., 7 Bll. - Einband etwas fleckig. Vorderer Vorsatz mit kl. Fehlstelle u. altem Nameszug. Kaum fleckig.

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        El sabio en la pobreza, comentarios estoycos, y historicos a Seneca.

      Madrid, por Francisco Sanz, en la Imprenta del Reyno; vendese en la Puerta del Sol, en casa de la viuda de Bernardo de Sierra, a la esquina de la Calle de la Inclusa, y en Palacio, (1671). - 4°, contemporary (or early eighteenth-century) sheep (some wear and minor repairs), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson morocco lettering piece, gilt letter, edges sprinkled red. Title-page within border of typographical vignettes. Woodcut ruled borders throughout. Light browning (but paper not brittle) and stains throughout. Nevertheless, in very good condition. Old (late seventeenth or eighteenth-century small rectangular printed owner's ticket of J.M. Castello. (8 ll.), 304 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION thus. Contains selections from the text of Seneca's @Epistulae morales ad Lucilium in the original Latin, with commentary in Spanish by Baños de Velasco y Acevedo.*** Palau 23443. Not in Salvá or Heredia. Not located in Hollis or Orbis. There is a copy in the British Library. Not located in Melvyl. NUC: MiU. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Virginiae partis australis et Floridae partis orientalis, interia centiumq, regionum, Nova Descriptio.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Arnoldus Montanus, 1671, 29 x 35,5 Burden, The Mapping of North America II, 413. - 1. state. "Arnoldus Montanus drew upon the William Blaeu map pf ca. 1638 for his map of this region. Already by this date it had been colonised by the Englisch and named Carolina, although no refernce is made to it here. Is is more decorative than the Blaeu in that it bears two large decorative cartouches depicting native scenes.". - Decorative map of the Carolinas.

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        Ordo Et Methodus medicinae specialis Commentatoriae (...) cognoscendi & curandi Dolorem capitis, ad normam veterum & novorum dogmatum proposita.

      Guerneri Rolfincii, Phil. Et Med. Doctoris, Professoris Publici, Ordo Et Methodus medicinae specialis Commentatoriae (...) cognoscendi & curandi Dolorem capitis, ad normam veterum & novorum dogmatum proposita. Praemittitur disertatio de autoribus practicus. Jenae, Curabat Johannes Nisius. Anno MDCLXXI (1671). Werner Rolfinck, auch Guernerus Rolfincius, Rolfink (geboren 15. November 1599 in Hamburg - gestorben 06. Mai 1673 in Jena) war ein deutscher Arzt, Naturforscher und Botaniker. SEHR SELTENE AUSGABE DES GESUCHTEN WERKES. Titelblatt, 3 nn. Blätter, 245 Seiten, 11 Seiten (Register und Errata potiora), ungebunden und ohne Einband (Buchlagen lose kann daher nach belieben neu eingebunden werden), etwas gebräunt, in einem dem Alter entsprechenden dekorativen und schönen Gesamtzustand.

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        LIBRO DE ALBEITERIA EN EL QUAL SE TRATA EL CAVALLO, MULO Y IUMENTO, Y DE SUS MIEMBROS, Y CALIDADES, Y DE TODAS SUS ENFERMEDADES

      Madrid. 1671. 31X20. Pergamino a la romana. 4a edición. 6h+386Pág+1h. Antiquíssimo Tratado de Albeiteria del Siglo XVII. Raro. La Obra contiene desde recetas veterinarias, botánica veterinaria, herrar su diálogo o el horóscopo. Faltas en 2 Pág y manchas de humedad (fotos). Ref 6.7 Biblioteca A

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        Die Neu-eröffnete Ottomannische Pforte / Bestehend: Erstlichen/ In einer [...] Beschreibung Deß gantzen Türckischen Staats- und Gottesdiensts [...] Ubersetzt/ Aus deß [...] Herrn Ricaut, in Englischer Sprach verfassten / und zu unterschiedlichen mahlen ins Frantzösische gebrachten Buch. Zweytens / Einer wolgefaßten Außführlichen Histori / Der vornehmsten Geschichten aller Ottomannischen Monarchen [...] Aus deß [...] Giovanni Sagredo Italiänischer Beschreibung und gemeltem Ricaut ebenmässig übersetzt [...] Alles durch und durch mit vortrefflichen eingedruckten Historischen Kupffern / und aller Türckischer Käyser Conterfaiten geziehret / und [...] zu Nutz und Ergötzung / zusammen getragen. [und] Der Neu-eröffneten Ottomannischen Pforten Fortsetzung / Oder: Continuierter Historischer Bericht / Betreffend der Türckischen Monarchie Staats-Maximen, Macht / Reichthum / Kriege / feindliche Einfälle / Eroberungen / Niederlagen / Aufruhren / Gesandtschaften / Commercien und Handelschafften / Waf

      Quart (34 x 21 cm), braune Kalbslederbände der Zeit auf sechs Bünden mit hellbraunem Lederrückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung und rotem Sprengschnitt, VD17 39:124180R für Teil 1 Lipperheide Lb 23 für Teil 1 und 2 - Teil 2 recht selten, insbesondere mit dem meist fehlenden "Curiosen Anhang" - Erstmals erschien der deutsche Text 1671, die vorliegende zweite Auflage ist erheblich erweitert. - Die insgesamt etwa 300 Textkupfer zeigen historische, religiöse und kulturgeschichtliche Szenen, Ansichten und Porträts. - Die Chronik zeigt: "Dieses grossen Reichs Macht und Gewalt / besondere Regiments-Form / Politische Maximen und Reglen / deren Convenientz mit der Mahumetischen Religion / alle Staats- Hof- Kriegs- und Justiz-Bediente / dero Aemter und Verrichtungen / alle Gubernamenten und Provintzen samt deren jährlichen Intraden / sonderheitlich die Erzieh- und Unterweisung / der in die Sclaverey gebrachten Jugend / deß gantzen Serrails Beschaffenheit / und deß Frauenzimmers Art zu leben / auch von ihrem Unterricht und Bedienung etc. Die vornehmste Stück und Artickul der Mahumetischen Lehre / darunter verborgene Politische Griffe / Art der Mosqueen / Gottes-Häuser / und deren Einkünffte / die vornehmsten Ceremonien deß Gebetts / der Beschneidung / Feste / Allmosen / Wallfahrten / etc. nicht minder alle unter den Türcken befindliche Secten und Orden." (Untertitel)

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        Illustrissimis & Potentissmis Hollandiae Westfrisiaeque Ordinibus, fortissimis publiae Libertatis & Salutis Defensoribus, Patriae Patribus, haec Tabula duas referens caelatorum tormentorum imagiaes.

      Ohne Orts- und Druckerangabe, 1671. - Original-Kupferstich, ca. 57,5 x 72,5 cm. Hinter Glas in Passepartout, Holzrahmen (ca. 72 x 85 cm). Sehr seltene Darstellung einer von Albert Benningk gegossenen 48-Pfünder-Kanone, gestochen von Abraham Bloteling (1640-1690) nach der Zeichnung von Adriaen Van de Velde (1636-1672). - Mittige Faltspur, leichtere Knick- und Knitterspuren, leichter gebräunt, vereinzelt mäßige Randläsuren. Verso an einigen wenigen Stellen auf Trägerkarton montiert. - Der deutsche Geschütz- und Glockengießer Albert Benningk (1637 - 1695) belieferte aus seiner Werkstatt in Lübeck in die Niederlande, nach Dänemark, Brandenburg und Russland. "Benningk gilt als einer der vorzüglichsten Meister seines Fachs im 17. Jahrhundert. Seine Arbeiten zeichnen sich durch scharfen Guß, vortreffliche Verhältnisse, eine stilvolle Dekoration und sorgfältige Ziselierung" (Wendelin Boeheim). Die hier abgebildete Kanone ist von 2 Seiten großflächig dargestellt: von rechts nach links (mit der Gravur Albert Benningk me fecit. 7990) und von links nach rechts (Cit. Lubecse Anno 1660). Unterhalb des Titels ein prachtvoll ausstaffiertes Wappenfeld mit mythologischen Figuren (Minerva, Hercules und Neptun) sowie reicher Armierung, davon unterhalb rechts und links zwei weitere, identische Wappenfelder in Schildformat. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VIDA Y HECHOS DE DON QUIJOTE DE LA MANCHA(TOMO 2)

      Bruxellas(Lyon). Grabador Conrad Lauwers. 1671. Tomo 2. 17x10. Pasta española. 8h+649Pág+4h(tabla). 9 Preciosos grabados. Completo. Una de las primeras ediciones del Quijote al ser del siglo XVII y Obra que se publico para conservar muy vivo en el resto de Europa la Grandíssima Obra de Cervantes. Contiene muescas en varias paginas 11Pág. N de ref. de la librería 5.4 Biblioteca A.

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        Gazophylacium medico-physicum. Oder: Schatz-Kammer/ Medicinisch- und Natürlicher Dinge/ In welcher Alle Medicinische Kunst-Wörter, (2) inn- und euserliche Kranckheiten nebst derselben Gene-Mitteln/ (3) alle Mineralien/Metalle... (4) zur Medicin gehörige... Thiere/ (5) Kräuter/Blumen... (6) alle rare Speceryen und Materialien und (7) viel curiöse zur Mechani gehörige Kunst-Griffe/ in einer richtigen lateinischen Alphabet-Ordnung... erklähret... werden.

      4to. Mit 1 gest. Vortitel mit 9 kl. symbolischen Darstellungen. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 3 Bl., 1032 S. 27, 1 w. Bl. Leder der Zeit auf 5 Bünden m. dekorativer Rückenvergoldung u. RSchild. Rotschnitt. VD18 14135620. - Hirsch V,999. - In unserem Ex. die 5 Bl. Widmung an Friedrich v. Preußen nicht beigebunden. - Erste Ausgabe des unter lateinischem Alphabet geführtes Nachschlagewerkes zu allen Bereichen der Medizin samt Therapien und Rezepten, durch ein deutsches Register erschlossen. Dieses universelle Lexikon des Johann Jakob Woyt (1671-1709), Professor der Medizin und ab 1706 Professor in Königsberg, erlebte zahlreiche Folgeauflagen bis zur Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts. - Einband etw. berieben, einzelne Wurmspuren im Einband. Vorsätze von alter Hand beschrieben. Kupfertitel etw. fleckig, Titelbl. m. Initialen, im Rande etw. knapp beschnitten. Die letzten Bl. etw. gelockert u. angerändert, stellenweise leicht fleckig oder gebräunt. Insgesamt ein gutes Ex. in einem schönen zeitgenössischen Einband. - Die Erstausgabe ist sehr selten.

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        Drey neue curieuse Tractätgen / Von Dem Trancke Cafe, Sinesischen The, und der Chocolata: Welche nach ihren Eigenschafften / Gewächs / Fortzpflantzung, Praeparirung, Tugenden und herrlichen Nutzen/ sehr curieus beschriebenen/ Und nunmehro in die Hochteutsche Sprache übersetzt/ Von dem / Welcher sich jederzeit nennet Theae Potum Maxime Colens.

      3 Bl., 247 S. (recte 245, S. 177/178 in der Paginierung übersprungen), 1 Bl. Neuerer HPgt. mit goldgeprägtem RTitel (Reste von Signaturmärkchen am Rücken) Mueller, Kaffee 68 - Mueller, Kakao 19 - Horn/Arndt 121. Das Werk erschien zuerst in frz. Sprache 1671 anonym erschienen De l'usage du Café... . Das Buch erschien auch in Latein sowie weiteren europäischen Sprachen. Der Autor wurde in Manosque (Südfrankreich) 1622 geboren. Er betätigte sich in Marseille als Gewürzhändler, wo er das Geschäft von seinem Onkel übernommen hatte. Als Calvinist (Protestant) musste er nach der Aufhebung des Edites von Nantes ins Exil in die Schweiz flüchten wo er auch 1687 (Vevey) starb. Das Buch wurde früher oft Jacob Spon zugeschrieben. dieser war aber der Übersetzer für die lateinische Ausgabe. Auch Spon war Calvinist, und Freund von Dufour, und floh ebenfalls in die Schweiz wo er seine Bücher in Genf herausgab. Das Buch ist mit 4 Kupfern illustriert. Das Titelkupfer zeigt den Moslem, Chinesen und Indios ihre Getrände drinkend, die 3 andern Kupfer zeigen jeweils diese Herren mit Abbildungen der jeweiligen Pflanzen. Papierbedingt etw. gebräunt, schwache Stempelspur verso Frontispiz.

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        Biblia Sacra Arabica: Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide iussu edita, ad vsum ecclesirum orientalium additis e regione Bibliis latinis vulgatis ... = [al-kutub al muqaddasah bi-al-lisan al-`arabi ma`a al-nuskhah al-Latiniyah al-`ammah al-matbu`ah bi -amr al-majma` al-muqaddas al-sharqiyah al-majad al-thalith]

      [Romae], 1671. Hardcover. Fair. Vols. I and II only (of 3). Latin Vulgate and Arabic translation on parallel columns on each page. Pagination of our copy of Volume I: [17 unnumbered pages (of 22 prelims, including 2 of the 4 blanks)] 331, [1], 466 (of 472)p. Pagination of Volume 2: [4 unnumbered pages (of 12 prelims with no blanks)], 505, [1], 526p. These volumes are in old unmatched leather bindings. Vol. I is wider margined and, at almost 35cm., has pages a bit more than 2cm. taller than those in Vol. II which, while still having decent margins, measures a little over 32cm. in height. The binding on Vol. I has more of a Middle Eastern look and consists of a nice piece of thick leather turned in over a couple of leaves of partially pasted down backing (one appearing to possibly be a missing preliminary leaf with "Biblia Sacra Arabica" printed on one side side and blank on the other; the other appears to be a leaf from some Arabic manuscript). The binding of Vol. I is broken between pages 256 and 257 and its contents are at least partially unstitched. Vol. I as bound lacks the title-leaf and 3 or 4 other preliminary pages, as well as last 2-6 pages (Page 466 ends in the Vulgate column with the first word of 2nd Chronicles, Chapter 36, Verse 5 so it is missing the rest of verse 5 and all of verses 6-23 of that last Chapter of 2nd Chronicles. The binding on Vol. II feels a bit more Western and is solidly bound. Modern bookseller's label on endpaper (G. A. Nabrink). Vol II also lacks its title-page and at least 3 additional leaves. These two volumes contained the entire Vulgate version of the Old Testament and its translation into Arabic. While the translation was far from perfect, it was far better than anything else when it was published. Versions of it were used as the standard Arabic Bible for about 200 years by both Catholics and Protestants until the Smith-Van Dyck edition was published in Beirut in 1865.

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        LE MODELE DU PARFAIT CAVALIER QUI ENSEIGNE A LA NOBLESSE TOUS LES PLUS BEAUX AIRS DU MANEGES AVEC UN EXCELLENS TRAITE DE LA MANIERE DE BIEN ENTRETENIR UN CHEVAL EN BONNE SANTE ET DIVERS REMEDES EPROUVEES POUR LEURS MALADIES - DIVISE EN TROIS PARTIES.

      1671. CHEZ JEAN BAPTISTE LOYSON. 1671. In-12.Carré. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Mouillures. 412 pages - coins et plats frottés - dos à 5 nerfs - titre et caissons dorés sur le dos - coiffe en pied abîmée - quelques traces de mouillures en début d'ouvrage sans conséquence sur la lecture - 2 photos disponibles.

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        De Pileo. (Bound with:) De Toga Romana commentarivs.

      Amsterdam: Andries Fries, 1671. 2 parts in 1 volume. 12mo (13,2 x 7,9 cm). (10), 379, (39); 84, (12) pp. Contemporary full vellum. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 22 (of which 4 folding) plates. Index. Fine copy. On Roman, Secular, Clerical Toga's and Hats, including an engraved frontispiece by Romeyn de Hooghe. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Vida y Hechos del Ingenioso Cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha. Nueva Edicion, coregida y ilustrada con differentes Estampas muy donosas, y apropriadas a la materia.

      En Bruselas, a costa de Pedro de la Calle, año 1671. - 2 volumes in-8. Frontispice. 14ff. 611pp. 2ff. 8 planches gravées hors-texte. + Frontispice. 7ff. 649pp. (interversion de 2 feuillets) 3ff. 8 planches gravées hors-texte. Plein vélin postérieur à l'imitation (c.1950?), titre calligraphié à l'encre aux dos. Réimpression à l'identique de la première édition illustrée en espagnol (Bruxelles, 1662). Elle reprend les mêmes 16 planches généralement attribuées au graveur anversois Frederick Bouttats, et copiées sur les figures dessinées par Jacques Savary qui avaient été publiées pour la première fois dans la toute première édition illustrée de Don Quichotte, l'édition hollandaise de 1657. Elle contient par ailleurs deux frontispices entièrement nouveaux, gravés par Launers. Brunissures éparses et quelques cernes clairs ici ou là mais très bon exemplaire agréablement relié à l'imitation. Rius, 24. Palau, 51997. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Samsons Leeuwen-Aes vervult met Honing. Ofte den vernederden Jesus. Arm wordende, om de sijne door sijn Armoede Rijck te maecken. Ende Godts Vaderlicke liefden herte, uytgebreydt aen sijn dedroefde Kinderen hier op aerden, daer nae suchtende. Als oock de oeffeninge van een onergerlicke Conscientie, voor Godt en de menschen. Waer noch bygevoeght wordt 't Alderkostelickste Schat, ende de Soetste Delicatessen, van een groot en wijs Koning vertoondt. Alles voorgesteldt in XLIII. Leer en Troost-rijcke Praedicatien, over verscheydende Texten der heylige Schrifture. WAARBIJ: De Kostelyckste Schat, Ende de Soetste Delicatessen, Voor de Zielen der Heyligen, na het getuygenisse van een groot Koningh ende een wijs Propheet: Aangewesen en voorgestelt Psalm CXIX. verss. 72. 103. Ende nu verder geopent, en nader toege-eygent in ses Sin en Leerrijcke Predicatien.

      Leeuwarden, Hero Nauta 1671. 2 werken in 1 band, (titelprent, 18) 566 (38), 132 (4) p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (Zonder schutbladen, plaatselijk wormgaatjes in de onderste marge. Zeer zeldzaam werk van de friese gereformeerde predikant Theodorus Couper, 1626-1684.).

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        Roseto augustiniano plantado no jardim florente da sagrada, & apostolica Ordem Canonica.

      Lisbon, Domingos Carneiro, 1671. - 8°, nineteenth-century brown morocco, sides and spine heavily gilt, spine with raised bands in 5 compartments, author and title in second compartment from head, signed at the foot of the spine "Cerveira enc." (see below); minor wear, one joint starting. Woodcut vignette of a rose and typographical border on title-page. Very minor worming in margins, repaired with tissue on M1-N1; a few stains; bottom half of final leaf (below errata) replaced. Early ownership inscription of the Discalced Augustinians at Coimbra. Bookplate of the noted collector Annibal Fernandes Thomaz. (16 ll.), 302 pp., (1 l. errata). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The author was inspired to write this work by Giovanni Nigraval's Epilogus chronicarum, Brescia 1536, which included a panegyric of the Augustinians. The Roseto is in part a translation of that section of the Epilogus, but it includes five clearly marked additions by D. Leonardo giving further elaboration on the history of the Augustians in Portugal, particularly at Coimbra; these total 80 pages (about a quarter of the book).D. Leonardo (1619-1703), a native of Lisbon (his secular name was Leonardo Saraiva Coutinho) traveled to Ireland to visit the Augustinians there, but found the island full of heretics. He spent some time in Paris before returning to Portugal, where he was named royal preacher and became a widely consulted authority on ecclesiastical ceremonies.Cerveira (who worked in Porto) was one of the few late nineteenth-century binders whom Matias Lima considered worthy of mention. On p. 64 of A encadernação em Portugal he wrote, "Cerveira, sobretudo, bem compreendido e alentado pelos bibliófilos do seu tempo [e.g. Sousa Guimarães, Gubian, the Conde de Azevedo, the Conde de Samodães] . . . seria só por si bastante, pois não lhe faltava talento e conhecimentos técnicos, para erguer a encadernação portuguesa a um nível verdadeiramente honroso."*** Innocêncio V, 172: without mention of the errata leaf. Barbosa Machado III, 6-7: giving the date as 1678. Palha 2469: copy lacking 2 preliminary leaves and the last 2 leaves. Fernandes Thomaz 4689: this copy. Azevedo-Samodães 3083: lacking the half-title. Not in Ameal. Not located in NUC. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Imperatorum Romanorum numismata ex aere mediae et minimae formae: descripta & enarrata per Carolum Patinum Doctorem Medicum Parisiensem.

      Prostant apud Simonem Paulli Bibliopolam, Argentinae, 1671. [32] 500 35 [5] p. [10] c. di tav. di cui 2 doppie (2 c. geogr.) 2 ritr. 2º(375 cm) piena pelle coeva con dorso a cinque nervi con tassello in pelle coi titoli oro caselle con ricchi fregi floreali. Esemplare attrattivo con ampio margine e nitidamente impresso conservato in una piacevole legatura coeva. Il volume contiene le seguenti tavole a piena pagina f.t.: antip. simbolica disegnata e inc. in rame da F. Chauveau 1 ritratto dell'Imperatore Leopoldo cui è dedicata l'opera (spesso mancante) 1 ritratto dell'A. intagliato da Masson 2 carte geografiche a doppia pag. con "Urbium orientalium e occidentalium quae in nummis antiquis continentur" e 6 belle tavv. f.t. (ciasc. con due o più figg.) tutte inc. in rame. Il vol. ad ogni pagina è ornato da testate grandi iniz. figur. numerose grandi vignette ed illustrato da centinaia di monete nel t. tutte inc. in rame. Prima edizione.Cfr. Cicognara2967: "L'apparato di quest'opera ridonda di ricchezza per le stampe. Frequentissime sono le vignette d'ogni dimensione. Fra queste trovansi ai capi di molte pagine i fregi e Baccanali di Pietro Brebiette pieni di grazia per l'invenzione e per l'esecuzione" - BorroniII/VI n. 12453 - Lipsius "Bibliotheca numaria" (1801) p. 308 - BrunetIV439.Con fiorit. arross. e alone al marg. sup. ma complessivam. un buon esemplare. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: MDCLXXI [1671]. Esemplare internamente più che buono un forellino di ca. 5 mm dovuto ad un difetto della carta al margine di una carta interna legatura con usuali e limitate spellature al dorso e ai piatti soprattutto alle estremità. ...

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        Sammelband mit 29 Dissertationen und Abhandlungen des 17. Jahrhunderts (2) und 18. Jahrhunderts (27). 1 Schrift gerichtsmedizinischen Inhalts, die anderen 28 juristischen Inhalts (1 Ankündigung einer akademischen Prüfung).

      Halle, Jena, Rinteln, Altdorf bei Nürnberg, Wittenberg u.a, Helmstedt 1671 - 1671-1764. einfacher Pappband d. Zeit (also um 1765). Sprache: Latein, Mit 1 Kupfertafel (1. Titel) sowie 2 Textkupfern und 1 Textholzschnitt (24. Titel). Einband bestoßen und beschabt; einige Bezugspapierfehlstellen; Rücken angebrochen; teils stockfleckig (einige Titel stärker) und etwas gebräunt; Titel von Schrift Nr. 4 angeschmutzt und mit kleinerem Wasserfleck; ein weiteres Blatt dieses Titels wasserfleckig und die ersten 4 Bll. hier mit angesetztem Papierstreifen am Kopf (kein Textverlust); vereinzelt etwas fleckig; letzte Bll. von Schrift Nr. 12 und Titel von Schrift Nr. 13 mit Einrissen im Bundsteg; die meisten Schriften auf dem Titel handschriftlich numeriert; Kupfertafel mit 2 kleinen Flecken; Widmungsblatt von Schrift Nr. 26 mit Loch (etwas Textverlust); vorderer Innendeckel und einige Titelblätter mit kleinem, russischen Bibliotheksschild. Enthält: 1. Christ. Theod. Heinrich von Hagen: Dissertatio sollemnis medico-forensis de medico vulneratum curante a sectione cadaveris non excludendo (.). Diss. an der Helmstädter Universität unter dem Vorsitz von Lorenz Heister. Helmstedt, Schnorr, 1749. Mit 1 Kupfertafel (Abb. eines Beines).(30 S.); 2. Johannes Lorenz vom Jemgumer Closter: Dissertatio inauguralis de clausula salutari libellorum, Von der Anruffung des Mild-Richterlichen Amts in denen Klage-Schreiben. Diss. an der Universität Halle unter dem Vorsitz von Samuel Stryk (Stryck). Halle, Hendel, 1738. (64 S.); 3. Johann Ernst Gottlob von Warnsdorf: Q.D.B.V. de actione cessa adversus condeiussorem in solidum competente. Diss. an der Universität Wittenberg unter dem Vorsitz von Joh. Balthasar Wernher. Jena, Buchius,1745. (40 S.); 4. Joh. Wilh. Klampring: Dissertatio inauguralis de origine juris venandi, quam auctoritate celeberrimae facultatis juridicae Rintelensis ( .). Diss. an der Universität Rinteln unter dem Vorsitz von Joh. Wilhelm Goebel. Rinteln, ohne Drucker, 1717. (39 S.); 5. Johannes Jacob Hoefler: Q.D.B.V. exercitatio iuridica de licita iurisiurandi iudicalis delatione super fact illicito et speciatim libertatem testandi impediente (.). Diss. an der Universität Altdorf (bei Nürnberg). Altdorf, Joh. Georg Meyer, 1739. (32 S.); 6. Bernhard Gottfried Hezel: Dissertatio inauguralis jiuridica de Salinis earum inspectione magistratui civitatum imperialium competente. (.). Dissertation an der Universität Altdorf bei Nürnberg. Altdorf, Joh. Georg Meyer, 1750. (28 S.); 7. Caspar Arnold Grumbrecht: Disputatio juridica de jure mercaturae. Disputatio an der Universität Wittenberg. Ohne Ort und Drucker, 1726. (12 nn. Bll.); 8. Christoph. August Doering: Q.D.B.V. Crimen haeretificii (.). Leipzig, Gabriel Trog, 1737. (40 S.); 9. Jacob Henning de Wolde: Disputatio juridica de jure hypothecae conventionalis et clanculariae sedinensium inscriptionis, vulgo Der heimlichen Klage. (.). Praeside Johann. Friderico Rhetio (.). Frankfurt und Leipzig, J. Schrey/ H.J. Meyer, 1673. (20 nn. Bll.); 10. Christian Sigismund Hofmann: Dissertatio inauguralis juridica, sistens, Positiones ex diverso jure (.). Dissertation an der Universität Gießen (Alma Ludoviciana). Gießen, J.R. Vulpius, 1729. (23 S.); 11. Jacob Gottlieb Sieber: Observationes iuris communis et Brunsvico-Luneburgici. De demonstratione in possessorio momentaneo et de remediis contra sententas in causis possessoriis quoad effectum suspensivum haud admittendis. Göttingen, Joh. Heinrich Schulz, 1759. (2 Bll., 60 S.); 12. Johann Heinrich Christian von Selchow: De renovatione nobilitas exercitationem iuris germanici (.). Göttingen, Pockwitz und Barmeier, 1757. (20 S.); 13: Carl Heinrich Ebelt: Dissertatio iuris naturae de sobole servorum libera (.). Gottlob Christiano Besack praeside (.). Leipzig, Langenheim, 1754. (23 S.); 14. Friedrich Ernst Gottlob Jaenicke: De aequitatis in iure usu illustris ictorum ordinis consensu. Praeside Henr. Godofredo Bauero. Leipzig, Langenheim, 1761. (VIII S.); 15. Johann Carl Gottfried Otto: Dissertatio de rerum . 1800 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VAN OSTADE, Adrien (Haarlem 1610 - 1685) - "Il ciabattino".

      1671. IX stato su X

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Jochim Hennigg"). Könnigde, 12. X. 1671.

      1671. 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt mit Adresse und Siegelresten verso. 4to. An Karl Etzoldbach, Gerichtsadvokat zu Stendal: "Dessen schreiben vom 9 octob. benebenst den acten habe zu wohl erhalten, waß anbelangett der acten habe duhr gelesen, vernimmet eß so gutt genug zu sein, habe auch an etsliche orter etwaß bey gesetzett so ihm nuhn beliebet, kan es dabey gesetzett werden, gebe ihm auch hier nachricht, daß ich den 24 nach peendorf zu reisen gesinnett, die weil ich ohn dehin citieret bin, der begehrte dahler soll mit gesandt werden, wan eß abgehohlett wihrt, nach meinen gutt düncken sehe gern, daß man den soushauptmann ihr excelenz tituliret nicht allein in den achten sonder auch in der supplique [...]". Nach der Schlacht bei Fehrbellin 1675 verlieh Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm Henniges den Adel mit dem Namen "von Treffenfeld"; Heinrich von Kleist setzte ihm (als "Oberst Hennings") im "Prinz Friedrich von Homburg" ein literarisches Denkmal. - Papierbedingt gleichmäßig gebräunt; Faltspuren und geringe Randläsuren. Provenienz: 1931 versteigert bei Meyer und Ernst, Berlin (Kat. 18, Nr. 747).

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        Il computista pagato di Lattantio Agucchia arithmetico, e cittadino bolognese. Per trovare in un subito il conto fatto di qualunque sorte di pagamento che si faccia, cosi à giorni, come à mesi, et anno

      Vincenzo Galassi, 1671. in-8 Leggere macchie ad alcune carte

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