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        La comparaison de Platon et d'Aristote, avec les sentimens des peres sur leur doctrine, et quelques reflexions chretiennes.

      Barbin u. Muguet, Paris 1671 - Paris, Barbin u. Muguet, 1671. 8°. (12) Bl., 270 S. Verg. roter Maroquin der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros und dreis. Goldschnitt. Das Wappensupralibros von François Harlay de Chaqmpvallon (1625-1695), Erzbischof von Paris. - Zu Beginn und am Schluss die Blätter leimschattig und leicht gebräunt. - Schönes wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French Verg. roter Maroquin der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros und dreis. Goldschnitt.

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        Historici fidelissimi juxta ac praestantissimi, de regionibus orientalibus libri III [.].

      Berlin, Georg Schultz, 1671. - 4to. 3 parts in one volume. (6), 26, (16), 167, (51) pp. (8), 115, (13) pp. (4), 107, (9) pp. Letterpress title printed in red and black. With additional engraved title and engr. frontispiece to part 2 (lacking plates of Arabic characters); ornamental head bands and initials. 18th-century calf with gilt spine. All edges red. First edition. "Collated with a manuscript in the library of the Elector of Brandenburg, preface, geographical index, glossary, etc." (Lust). The gifted orientalist Andreas Müller (1630-94) compiled in a single volume this collection of travel accounts and information on China: Part I is an edition of a Berlin manuscript of Marco Polo, including comparisons with editions by Grynaeus (1532) and Ramusio (1559). Part II, often bound last, is an encyclopedia of China by Müller, listing "Chinese peculiarities" based on Chinese and oriental sources (cf. Löwendahl 153). Part III is a Latin version of "Historia orientalis" by the Armenian Hayton of Corycus (d. 1308). - According to Lach, Müller was "one of the most cosmopolitan of [.] world-conscious Europeans" of his time, although he never travelled outside of Europe. He fell out with Kircher over a linguistic issue, and when Chinese writing was described by theologians as a breach of the Second Commandment, his position in Berlin became untenable. Having resigned his position as provost of St. Nicolai in 1685, he relocated to Stettin and spent the remainder of his life with private studies. "By his own ways of publishing he much hampered the production of a bibliography of his works, which would certainly warrant scrutiny. Before his death he destroyed his manuscripts. He negotiated over the sale of his library with numerous universities, but finally, on a whim, gave away a mere 50 books to the Stargard Consistorium in 1692; most of his books and the remainder of his papers he willed to St. Mary's collegiate church in Stettin" (cf. ADB XXII, 513f.). - Some browning and spotting throughout. Still a fine copy from the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Château de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown; latterly in the library of Jean R. Perrette (his bookplate). VD 17, 12:108208R. Cordier (Sinica) III, 1968. Lust 288. Löwendahl 153. Morrison II, 535. Ebert 17665. Henze IV, 380. ADB XXII, 513. Brunet III, 69 & 1406 ("receuil assez recherché"). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Entretiens d’Ariste et d’Eugène.

      Paris : Sébastien Mabre-Cramoisy 1671 - In-4, 251 x 177 : (6 ff.), 445 pp., (19 ff.). – Veau blond, double roulette dorée à la grecque et aux palmettes en encadrement sur les plats, fleurons aux angles, dos lisse orné à la grotesque, roulette dorée intérieure, tranches dorées (Bozérian jeune). Édition originale dédiée au marquis de Seignelay, achevée d’imprimer le 15 janvier 1671. Le père Dominique Bouhours (1628-1702) était membre de la Compagnie de Jésus. Après une carrière d’enseignant qui l’amena à parfaire l’éducation des jeunes princes de Longueville et du marquis de Seignelay, fils de Colbert, il fit sensation auprès des habitués des samedis de mademoiselle de Scudéry. Madame de Sévigné alla jusqu’à dire que « L’esprit lui sort de tous côtés. » Ses Entretiens d’Ariste et d’Eugène sont une critique littéraire dirigée contre les jansénistes. Ils se composent de 6 entretiens, ou conversations littéraires, dans lesquels l’auteur aborde des thèmes très divers tels que : La mer - La langue française - Le secret - Le bel esprit - Le je ne scay quoi - Les devises. Il y vante notamment les écrivains de salons, comme La Rochefoucauld et Méré, et oppose leur style à celui qu’il juge hyperbolique et incohérent des écrivains de Port-Royal. L’ouvrage eut un très grand succès et fut aussitôt attaqué par l’avocat et ardent janséniste Jean Barbier-d’Aucourt dans ses Sentiments de Cléanthe (1671). L’édition est illustrée d’un très beau frontispice gravé par Louis Cossin d’après François Chauveau, d’une vignette gravée sur le titre, de 7 vignettes de chapitre, 7 lettrines et 3 culs-de-lampe. Bel exemplaire relié par François Bozérian, dit le Jeune. Mors légèrement frottés, coins émoussés. Papier parfois bruni ou présentant quelques rousseurs. Frontispice remonté au moment de la reliure. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Versification françoise, ou l'Art de bien faire et de bien tourner les vers, par P. Richelet.

      Estienne Loyson, Paris 1671 - In-12 de (8)-276-(2) pp., basane brune, dos orné à nerfs, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Première publication de Pierre Richelet (1626-1698) sous son nom, entièrement rédigée par ses soins après avoir signé en 1667 deux traductions de l'espagnol et le Dictionnaire des Rimes véritablement composé par Frémont d'Ablancourt. La Versification françoise ou l'art de bien faire et tourner les vers « a vu le jour en 1671 et a été fort lu. Richelet connaît ses prédecesseurs comme Sebillet, Du Bellay, Ch. Fontaine (B. Aneau) Gracien du Pont, de Laudun d'Aigaliers, Vauquelin, Deimier, Colletet, Boileau, Lancelot qu'il cite parmi plusieurs autres. Il s'est donc documenté avec soin. Son volume contient une brève histoire de la poésie française et un exposé des règles de la versification. Il étudie également les divers mètres ; mais en outre il examine des questions de style importantes, il signale les mots qui rendent les vers rudes et languissants, ceux qui n'entrent pas ou n'entrent que rarement dans les vers ; enfin, il définit le bon et le méchant vers. Son traité est donc bien loin d'avoir l'ampleur de l'Art poétique de Boileau, parce qu'il y fait une part beaucoup moins grande aux problèmes d'esthétique générale. En revanche il est d'un tour plus précis et plus technique » (Georges Lote, Histoire du vers français). Ex-libris armorié à la main ouverte non identifié sur le contreplat supérieur. Estafilade au feuillet A5 sans perte de lettres. Très bon exemplaire. Brunet, IV, 1291: « Cet ouvrage qui a paru pour la première fois sous la date de 1671, est encore recherché, surtout quand il renferme la partie historique qui manque dans un grand nombre d'exemplaires » ; Laurent Bray, César-Pierre Richelet, 1626-1698, biographie et oeuvre lexicographique, p.181 [V.1] 3.7. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Duty and Office of High-Constables of Hundreds, Petty-Constables.

      1671. Adapted from Eirenarcha Lambarde, William. Turner, R., Editor. The Duty and Office of High-Constables of Hundreds, Petty-Constables, Tythingmen, And Such Inferiour Ministers of the Peace. With the Several Duties and Offices of Churchwardens, Overseers and Collectors for the Poor, Of Surveyors for Amending the Highwayes, And Distributors of the Provision for the Destruction of Noysom Fowl and Vermin. First Collected by William Lambard, In the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; And Now Enlarged with Many Useful Additions, According to the Succeeding Statutes: by R. Turner, Gent. London: Printed by Joh. Streater, Hen. Twyford, And Eliz. Flesher, 1671. [xii], 144 pp. 12mo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Later sheep, blind rules to boards, lettering piece and gilt fillets and ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing to spine and extremities, chipping to head of spine and lettering piece, joints starting, faint dampstain to rear board, a few cracks to text block, armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to front board, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to title page. Some toning to text, internally clean. A nice copy * First edition. Turner extracted the main parts of this book from the second edition of Lambarde's Eirenarcha (1587) and added material to bring the contents up to date (i.e. 1671). A second edition was published in 1671. Our copy once belonged to the library of Shirbirn Castle, the library of the Earls of Macclesfield, one of the finest private libraries in Great Britain. Both editions of this work are rare. OCLC locates 2 copies of the first edition in North America at the Huntington Library and University of Illinois. The ESTC adds the Folger Shakespeare Library and Harvard Law School. English Short-Title Catalogue R41023.

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        RESUSCITATIO or, bringing into pvblick light several pieces of the works Civil, hiftorical, philosophical, and theological hitherto sleeping of the right honourable Francis Bacon....

      London: S[arah], G[riffin]. and B[ennet].G[riffin]. for William Lee, 1671. Quarto. The Third edition, according to the beft corrected copies, together with his lordships life. Portrait frontispiece of Bacon, From the library of John Darby dated 1669. Title page for "The Life of the Right Honourable Francis Bacon" dated 1670. Signatures vary from copy to copy. Upper and outer margins of last leaf repaired. Several internal title pages dated 1670-1671. Bound in full contemporary calf, early rebacking to style with renewed endpapers, raised bands, lettering gilt, two corners worn through (more so on one), Internally very clean. ESTC R37049.

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        Frommer Christen Betendes Hertz und Singender Mund: Oder Vielvermehrtes Altdorffisches Bet- und Gesang-Büchlein. Darinnen Herrn D. Mart. Lutheri und anderer Gottseeliger Lehrer Andächtige Gebet und Geistreiche Lieder ... zu gebrauchen ... Mit einer Vorrede Herrn Johann Weinmanns der H. Schrifft Doctors Professors und Predigers zu Altdorff. Anjetzo mit gröberer Schrifft vielen schönen Gebeten Reimen Liedern und Kupffern gezieret [Sebastian Göbel].

      Nürnberg: In Verlegung Christoph Endters 12mo (15 cm; 6"). [2], [10] ff., 456 pp., 12 plts.. 1671 This contemporary Baroque brass repoussé, chased, and engraved binding surrounds the third edition of Goebel and Weinmann's Altdorf prayer and song book (with some sermons), which was preceded by editions in 1663 and 1666. The songs are without the music. The double-page added engraved title-page and the twelve plates are unsigned but exquisitely accomplished. => The text appears not to be held in any U.S. library. Binding: Elaborately embellished hinged brass panels compose the spine and both covers; all three are deeply bordered with scrolling foliage within double “rules.” The central ornamentation of the front cover is composed of a Baldachino-like canopy above an applied repoussé figure on a pedestal representing Faith with her cross and chalice; the rear cover is composed of the same border, pedestal, and canopy framing Charity with her children. The spine panel offers a filigree appliqué at bottom and a cherub as its central ornament; two wide clasps at the fore-edge also incorporate cherubs; and additional small decorative panels affixed at the spine ends protect and embellish the hinges top and bottom. All edges are gilt and gauffered. Provenance: Ex–John Howell Collection of the Pacific School of Religion. Bound as above, the whole very solid and strong. Spine with small nails or brads visible to help secure text block, and almost certainly with a second filigree appliqué lost; covers with small piercings that may have to do with binding security or may be evidence of once-attached elements now lost although the design as-is does not seem "incomplete." Later endpapers over original ones, one old endpaper with old inked jottings; bookseller's label of John Howell, no library markings. One section of textblock slightly extruded. => A wonderful example of a Baroque-era, highly decorative metal binding.

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        De Re vehiculari veterum libri duo.

      - Francfort, Zunner, 1671; in-4, 4 ff.n.ch. + 422 pp., plein vélin à rabats de l'époque, dos lisse avec titre manuscrit (quelques salissures sur le vélin, sans gravité). Brunet, 29030. Mennessier de la Lance, II, 497. Édition originale, illustrée d'un beau titre-frontispice gravé d'après Hoos, de 38 bois dans le texte et de 4 gravures sur cuivre à mi-page, dont une répétée. "C'est, dit Michaud, "un des ouvrages les plus savants de Scheffer, et le plus complet qu'on ait sur la matière". Il est assez rare" (Menessier de la Lance). Bel exemplaire, pur. 1671 [Attributes: First Edition]

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

      Artist: Moxon Joseph-Visscher N; Issued in: London; date: c 1671 - Artist: Moxon, Joseph-Visscher N.; Issued in: London; date: c. 1671; - Condition: Very good; 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.

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        Dominus de Monzambano illustratus & restrictus. Sive Severini de Monzambano Veronensis. De statu imperii Germanici ad Lælium fratrem, dominum Trezolani. Liber unus. Discursibus juridico-politicis explicatus et restrictus. In quibus elegantissimæ juris publici romano-germanici materiæ. v.g. de finibus ac limitibus Germaniæ antiquis & hodiernis, de Germanorum imperio Romano, de variis exterorum adversus imperium molitionibus, de majestate imperatoris & libertate imperii ordinum, de reip. imperii forma præsenti per instrumentum pacis stabilita, & aliæque quas index discurcuum in fine notarum exhibet, ad modernum seculi genium curiosè firmissimis rationibus deducuntur. Opera et studio Pacifici a Lapide Germano-Constantiensis. + Disqvisitio de r

      1671 - N.p., (1682?). 8:o. (48),159,(1 blank),1-411,(2) pp. + N.p., (1682?). 8:o. 60,(4 blanks) pp. Contemporary vellum with neat MS title on spine, sprinkled edges. Slight foxing and a few rust stains. A nice copy from Biby Manor in Sweden. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet does not mention this edition. Possibly VD17 23:686483U and VD17 23:686485K, respectively, which probably were published together. "Pacifici a Lapide" is a pseudonym for the legal scientist Philipp Andreas Oldenburger. In 1661, Pufendorf became professor of natural law in the Calvinistic town of Heidelberg, where he wrote the present work, first published in 1667 under the pseudonym "Severini de Monzambano". The book was a critique of the old-fashioned constitution of the Holy Roman Empire. Pufendorf was suspected to be the author of the work and his position in Heidelberg therefore became somewhat insecure. Through his brother Esaias he was offered the chair of natural and public law at the University of Lund in Sweden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Collection of 3 first editions]. [Ccmprising:] Tite et Bérénice, Pulchérie, Suréna [and others].

      Guillaume de Luyne -75 1671 - FIRST EDITIONS, 3 works in 1 vol. [plus 2 others], [viii] 76, [viii], 72, [iv], 72, 12mo, contemporary French mottled calf, spines gilt in compartments and gilt lettered, head cap defective, very good. Scarce first editions of Pierre Corneille's last 3 solo works, bound together with Ariane, and Theodat by Thomas Corneille, and together with 3 vols. (of 4) of the 1668 Théatre. They come from the library of Duke of Leeds (bookplate in the accompanying 3 vols.) and before that the D'Arcy family of Holdernesse, each vol. bearing the signature of Brid[get] Darcy. There are two Bridget Darcy candidates for this: the first wife of Robert, 4th Earl of Holderness (d. 1722), and the daughter of Robert 1st Baron Lexington, who married John Darcy, Lord Conyers (c. 1659-1689). An attractive little set with a nice provenance.

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        De re vehiculari veterum. Libri duo. Accedit Pyrrhi Ligorii. V. C. De vehiculis fragmentum nunquam ante publicatum ex bibliotheca sereniss. reg. Christinæ. Cum ejusdem I. Schefferi arg. annotationibus. I-II.

      1671 - Frankfurt, ex officina Zunneriana, typis J. Andreæ, 1671. 4:o. Extra engraved title,(6),286,(2 blanks) + 422,(2) pp. With woodcuts and engravings in the text. Contemporary vellum with neat MS title on spine and somewhat smudgy MS date below this. Sprinkled edges. Upper joint starting, three closed tears on spine. Covers somewhat warped, rear cover spotted and front cover with insignificant small hole. Slight foxing and spotting throughout and with scattered dampstains. Traces of removed bookplate on front pastedown. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 826. A treatise on the vehicles of antiquity from cultural, technical and archeological perspectives. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gioseffo Flavio historico. Delle Antichità e Guerre Giudaiche diviso in vintisette Libri... tradotto in italiano per M. Pietro Lauro Modonese...

      appresso Domenico Milocho 1671 8vo (cm. 22), 3 Parti - ciascuna con autonoma numerazione delle pagine - legate in un volume; 18 cc.nn., 274 pp. (unito) I Dieci ultimi Libri di Flavio Gioseffo historico, huomo clarissimo Delle Antichità Giudaiche, ibidem 1670, 258 pp. (unito) Guerre giudaiche di Flavio Gioseffo historico divise in sette Libri, ibidem 1670, 316 pp. Num.se ill.ni xilografiche n.t. tra cui i ritratti dei Profeti e di altri protagonisti della storia ebraica a piena pagina. Legatura coeva in pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Poche carte leggermente brunite ed un percorso di tarlo al margine superiore bianco di circa 40 pp. Nel complesso, esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara edizione.

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        Roma subterranea novissima, in qua antiqua christianorum et praecipue martyrum coemeteria, tituli, monimenta, epitaphia, inscriptiones, ac nobiliora sanctorum sepulchra...

      Arnhemiae: Apud Joan. Fridericum Hagium 12mo (13.3 cm, 5.25"). Add. engr. t.-p., [22], 630, [30 (index)] pp.; 41 fold. plts., 11 plts.. 1671 Early Christian archaeology: the catacombs of Rome, described and illustrated here in a conveniently portable, indexed, abridged edition of Aringhi's Latin translation and reworking of Bosio's great work. Bosio was the first dedicated, scholarly explorer of subterranean Rome, and spent most of his life pursuing archaeological work in the catacombs; the resulting treatise Roma Sotteranea was first published in 1632, three years after his death. Aringhi's Latin version first appeared in 1651, with Aringhi adding anti-Semitic and anti-Protestant commentary not present in the original text. Present here are => a total of 53 plates including an added engraved title-page, an oversized map of the catacombs, 40 tipped-in folding plates largely depicting sarcophagi, and 11 plates showing catacomb interiors, tombs, decorations, etc. There are also numerous in-text representations of grave inscriptions and their motifs. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of the Charles Holbrook Library, Pacific School of Religion (properly released); back pastedown with California bookseller's small ticket. Binding: Contemporary vellum, covers framed in gilt double fillets surrounding gilt-stamped book and castle motifs with cherubic supporters and foliate decorations, spine blind-tooled with castle decoration repeated. Binding as above, front cover scraped with design all but completely effaced, front joint partially cracked, ties now lacking, spine darkened with lighter area where once was a paper shelving label (?) and with short crack at foot. Bookplate and ticket as above; front free endpaper and title-page rubber-stamped; back pastedown with affixed pencil-labelled corner pocket for card. First oversized folding plate with old repair along part of inner margin; one plate partially split at fold. One page with small ink drip in outer margin, touching but not obscuring one letter. Occasional small edge chips; a few lower outer corners torn away. => Evidently read and consulted (index of plates with pencilled tick marks), still eminently worthy of study, and a text with noteworthy, engaging illustrations.

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        Relationi universali di Giovanni Botero benese...

      per il Bertani 1671 8vo (cm. 23), 4 cc.nn., 741(35) pp. Capilettera ornati e quattro carte geografiche rip. incise su rame (segue) Brusoni Girolamo, Varie osservationi sopra le Relationi universali..., ibidem, 205(15) pp. (segue) Botero Giovanni, Della ragion di Stato. Libri dieci con tre libri delle cause della grandezza delle Città... Et una Relatione del Mare..., ibidem, 4 cc.nn., 162(14) pp. (segue) Botero Giovanni, Aggiunte fatte alla sua Ragion di Stato..., ibidem, 2 cc.nn., 77(15) pp. Capilettera ornati. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena (abilmente restaurata) con titolo ms. al ds. Tagli colorati. Bellâ??esemplare. Le carte geografiche presenti nella prima opera raffigurano lâ??Europa, lâ??Asia, lâ??Africa e lâ??America (tre piccole macchie brune su zone dellâ??oceano). In questa non comune edizione vengono nuovamente pubblicate - a distanza di quasi un secolo dalla prima apparizione - le due principali opere del Botero che costituivano ancora fondamentali contributi nellâ??ambito della cultura geografica (le Relationi universali) ed economico - politica (la Ragion di Stato) del tempo.

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        Nova & Exacta Corographia Latii sive Territori Romani. Iuxta veterem et novum Situm: parallela nominum comparatione elaborata. Studio et opera Authoris, & P. Innocenty Mattei Monachi Camaldulensis.

      - Amsterdam, 1671 circa. Carta tratta dal "Latium" del Kircher e disegnata da Innocenzo Mattei incisione in rame all'acquaforte, cm 34,5 x 45,2 (alla lastra) più margini, titolo in cartiglio in basso a destra, piccola legenda a 16 voci in alto a destra con elencate le Porte di Roma. Athanasius Kircher (Germania, Geisa 1602 – Roma, 1680) fu gesuita tedesco e monaco camaldolese. Educato a Fulda divenne voracemente curioso e coltivò i più svariati interessi, dagli studi filosofici e umanistici a quelli fisico matematici. Fu senz'altro uno degli uomini più influenti della sua epoca: fu nominato da papa Clemente X geografo pontificio, fu chiamato al Collegio Romano per la cattedra di matematica, fisica e lingue orientali, e fu profondo conoscitore della Cina, dell'Egitto (del 1652 è la "Corographia originis Nili") e dell' Etiopia; tradusse scritti orientali (del 1676 è lo scritto l'"Arca di Noè") e per vari anni lavorò intensamente sui geroglifici egiziani, sostenendo di averli decifrati (malgrado buona parte dei suoi presupposti e delle sua tarduzioni siano stati smentiti). Effettuò uno studio scientifico sull’evoluzione della terra e sulle sue caratteristiche fisiche; scrisse un trattato sul funzionamento della bussola magnetica; a lui si deve la lanterna magica, per la quale è probabilmente conosciuto ai più. Le mappe del suo libro, il "Mundus Subterraneus" (1665), uno studio sulla natura e sulla geologia della terra, che tratta di vulcani e terremoti, furono le prime a descrivere le maree e le correnti oceaniche, oltre a mostrare l’ubicazione di tutti i vulcani conosciuti all’epoca. Carta con alcuni piccoli strappetti al margine bianco superiore, un paio di leggeri punti di ossidazione e una leggera piega verticale sul lato sinistro, ma nell'insieme comunque molto buona.

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        1671 1ed Military Officer & Infantry FORTS Illustrated War Battle Tactics Lamont

      Paris, Quinet, 1671. - 1671 1ed Military Officer & Infantry FORTS Illustrated War Battle Tactics Lamont 7 INCREDIBLE Foldouts / Portuguese Provenance A highly desirable 17th-century military treatise filled with 7 incredible folding plates of forts and battle formations! Main author: de Lamont Title: Les Fonctions de tous les officiers de l'infanterie, depuis celle du sergent jusques a celle du colonel Published: Paris, Quinet, 1671. Language: French Notes & contents: 1st edition 7 folding plates Forts Military formation Military planning and geography Guide for officers and infantry Provenance: Francisco de Paula Pinto, Portugal. FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 212 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Paris, Quinet, 1671. Size: ~5in X 3in (12.5cm x 7.5cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eröffnung unterschiedlicher Heimlichkeiten der Natur. Worbey viel scharffsinnige, kluge, wol-erwogene Reden von nützlichen Dingen jederman dienlich, die gleiche Artung der Natur entdeckende klar und außfürhlich beygefüget, und vornemlich von einem wunderbaren Geheimnuß in Heilungen der Wunden, ohne Berührung, vermög deß Vitrioli, durch die Sympathiam / Discurs-weise gehalten in einer hochansehnlichen Versammlung zu Montpelier in Franckreich durch Den Hoch-Wolgebornen Herrn Grafen Hn. Kenelm Dygbi, Rittern [.] Übersetzt von M. H. Hupka. [ENTHÄLT AUSSERDEM:] Petri Servii von Spoleto / In dem Gymnasio zu Rom der Artzney Professorn, Außführliches Bedencken / Von der insgemein so genannten Waffen-Salben: Oder / von Wunderwercken der Natur und Ku

      [Frankfurt am Main], Verlegt Von Balthasar Christoph Wusten 1671 - 2 Bll., 132 S., 4 Bll., 88 S., 4 Bll. (Register), mit neunteiligem Frontispiz, Kl.-8°, Späteres Halbleinen mit unbeschrifteten Rückenschild VD17 3:601739A; Brüning: Bibliographie der alchemistischen Literatur 2224; Caillet 3126; Vgl. Ackermann IV/723 u. V/1343; Vgl. Ferchl 125; Vgl. Grässe 115. - Traktat über Erfindung u. Anwendungsweise des Wunderheilmittels "Pulvis sympatheticus" (ferrum sulfuricum siccum). Die EA erschien 1658 auf Französisch in Paris, im gleichen Jahr dann in London auf Englisch. - "In 1657 his increasingly poor health led Digby to take the waters at Montpellier, where he gave his famous account of the `powder of sympathy`, which cured wounds by being rubbed on the weapon that inflicted them." (DSB IV, 95) - "The powder of sympathy became in Digby`s hands the most famous universal cure of the seventeenth century. (It) was taken seriously enough by his contemporaries to be prescribed by John Locke and his colleagues Sydenham and Glisson." (Rubin 81) - Einband etwas berieben; Frontispiz u. Titel aufgezogen u. neu eingebunden, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        Anweisungen Der Heilsamen Politischen Grunde und Maximen der Republicqen Holland und West-Friesland.

      

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        Antiquitatum et Annalium Trevirensium libri XXV.

      Hovius, Lüttich 1671 - 2 Bände (in 1). Lüttich, Hovius 1671. Folio (37,5 x 24 cm). 14 Blatt, 626 Seiten, 13 Blatt (ohne das weiße Blatt Nnnn2); 4 Blatt, 566 Seiten, 25 Blatt, 43 (recte 49) Seiten, 1 weißes Blatt. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 2 doppelblattgroßen Kupferstichen, einer dblgr. Karte mit Panoramaansicht von Trier, 13 Textkupfern, davon 2 ganzseitig, 2 Textholzschnitten und 3 Druckermarken. Zeitgenössischer blindgeprägter Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit Pergament-Rückenschild und zwei intakten Metallschliessen. Einband angestaubt, vorderes Aussengelenk unten ca. 8 cm eingerissen. Titel mit altem handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk, Exlibris und handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. De Backer/Sommervogel II, 221. NDB II, 639, Hellwig, Mittelrhein 48 (mit Abb. der Karte). Zweite Auflage (eine Titelauflage der ersten aus dem Vorjahr, das Kolophon von Teil 2 ist noch 1670 datiert). 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). Mit der Karte des Erzbistums, der Gesamtansicht von Trier, der Ansicht der Porta Nigra als Simeonskirche und zwei Ansichten der Igeler Säule. 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. Titelblatt mit 1722 datiertem handschriftlichen Besitzeintrag von Christoph Heinrich Freiherr von Greiffenclau zu Vollraths (* 21.3.1672 † 5. Juli 1727), aus einem der einflußreichsten und weitverzweigtesten Geschlechter in den geistlichen Erzbistümern und Fürstentümern des alten Reiches. Die Familie stellte je einen Kurfürst-Erzbischof von Trier und Mainz sowie zwei Fürstbischöfe von Würzburg. Die Greiffenclaus gelten zudem als die älteste Familie Europas, die Weinbau betreibt. Aufsehen erregte zuletzt Erwein Graf Matuschka-Greiffenclau der 1997 stilgemäß mit silberner Pistole den Freitod aufgrund eines Konkursantrags wählte. Christoph Heinrich Freiherr von Greiffenclau, der Vorbesitzer des Buches, war der Sohn des kurmainzischen Geheimrates und Reichsfreiherrn Georg Philipp Freiherr von Greiffenclau zu Vollraths (1620-1689, aus zweiter Ehe mit Anna Margaretha von Buseck) und 1687-1726 Domherr zu Trier, 1681 Domherr zu Würzburg, 1703 Propst des Ritterstifts St. Burkard zu Würzburg sowie 1713-1717 Domherr zu Bamberg. Sein Bruder Franz Friedrich von Greiffenclau zu Vollraths (1666-1729) war ebenfalls in die geistliche Laufbahn gelangt und war 1681 Domherr zu Bamberg, 1715-1718 und 1723-1726 Domherr zu Würzburg, Chorherr zu St. Burkard in Würzburg, wogegen anders sein Bruder Johann Erwein Freiherr von Greiffenclau zu Vollraths Burggraf zu Friedberg (1663-1727) mit zahlreichen Ämtern im Rheingau und der Wetterau war. Sein Stiefbruder Johann Philipp von Greiffenclau zu Vollraths (1652-1719, aus der ersten Ehe des Vaters mit Rosina von Oberstein), war von 1699 bis zu seinem Tode Fürstbischof von Würzburg und damit auch Herzog in Franken. E

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        Innocentia victrix sive Sententia Comitiorum Imperii Sinici pro innocentia Christianae religionis lata juridice per annum 1669. & iussu R.P. Antonii de Gouvea Soc. Jesu, ibidem V. Provincialis Sinico-Latine exposita In Quam cheum metropoli provinciae Quam tum @[i.e., Canton] in regno Sinarum....

      

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        Fiestas de la S. Iglesia Metropolitana, y Patriarcal de Sevilla, al Nuevo culto del Señor Rey S. Fernando el Tercero de Castilla y de Leon ....

      Seville, En Casa de la Viuda de Nicolas Rodriguez, 1671.. FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Folio (31.2 x 21.2 cm.), contemporary vellum (slightly soiled, repaired, recased, new endleaves). Total of 20 engravings, some folding, many with emblems (see below). Double-rule borders on each page, with ample margins. Crisp and clean, but the plate showing the Giralda with repairs, a bit crude, at upper portion at the fold, affecting the sky. Overall in good condition. (4 ll.), 343 pp., engraved title, 2 engraved portraits, 9 large folding engravings, 9 folio-size engravings. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of the finest Spanish festival book of the seventeenth century. Hofer described it as "The best illustrated Iberian book, by all odds, contained in the Harvard Collection." It records the festivities connected with the canonization of D. Fernando III, for which elaborate decorations were made at the Cathedral of Seville, some of them by the important Sevillan artist Juan de Valdés Leal. The portrait of D. Fernando III was engraved from a design by Murillo. The title-page and the portrait of D. Carlos II are after Francisco Herrera. The large plates show several aspects of the exterior of the Cathedral of Seville, decorated for the occasion, as well as the main doorway, the high altar, etc. The smaller engravings, each divided into 4 sections, show emblems and devices. One of these was engraved by Lucas Baldes, age 11 ("Lucas Baldes F. de edad de 11 A's"). The plates were designed by Murillo and Velázquez, and engraved by Matías Arteaga. Fernando III (1199-1252) reigned as King of Castile from 1217, King of León from 1230, and King of Galicia from 1231, securing the permanent union of the crowns of Castile and León. He annexed Seville and Córdoba back to Spain - the most substantial territorial gains to that point in the Reconquista. Fernando died in Seville and was buried in the cathedral there by his son and successor, D. Alfonso X (el Sabio). He lies in a gold-and-crystal casket through which his face can still be seen. Fernando III was canonized in 1671 by Pope Clement X, and has since been known as Fernando el Santo, San Fernando, or San Fernando Rey. *** Palau 335597. Hofer 86. Praz 397. Campa, @Emblemata Hispanica Z29. @El Libro de Arte en España nº 82. Escudero 1736. Vindel 2987. Simón Díaz, @Impressos del siglo XVII 1304 (calling for 7 preliminary leaves, no doubt in error, because the preliminary matter, described in meticulous detail, agrees with that in our copy; moreover, all other bibliographies agree with our collation - perhaps the error was influenced by Escudero, who says 7 preliminary leaves, but counts as 3 of these leaves the engraved title, the engraved portrait of D. Fernando III, and that of D. Carlos II). See also E. Garvey, "Francisco Herrera the Younger: A Drawing for a Spanish Festival Book," @Harvard Library Bulletin, 1978, 28 ff. Not in Salvá. Heredia 1166, 4978 and 4979. Copac locates copies in 4 locations (British Library, Glasgow, University of London ULRLS, and 2 at Manchester). NUC: DLC, IaU, NNH, MH, NN, CtY, DFo.

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        Il Trionfo di Scappino, parte prima (e seconda, detto la Zagnara). (Legato con:) La prima (e seconda) parte della Corona Macheronica di Zan Muzzina.

      Quinta impressione.(Legato con:) La Piva dissonante. Di nuovo ristampata. Bologna, Antonio Pisarri, 1671 (La ''Corona macheronica'' e ''La Piva dissonante'' sono senza data), - 3 opere in cinque parti in un vol. in-12, pp. 82, (2); 72; 48; 71; 118, (2); leg. coeva p. perg., tit. ms. al dorso. Con 3 belle silografie raffig. commedianti, vignette e fregi. Pregevole raccolta, in edizioni diverse, di opere poetiche, giocose e burlesche (la prima edizione delle Opere è probabilmente quella di Modena, Soliani,1655). Il Bocchini, nato a Bologna nel 1604 e morto nel Bergamasco o a Venezia tra il 1648 ed il 1653, fu stravagante autore ed attore della commedia dell'arte e scrisse le sue opere, secondo molti bibliografi e critici (Quadrio, Gay, Brunet, Graesse, ecc.), in dialetto bergamasco, mentre per il Gamba (Opere in dialetto veneziano, p. 125), sono "nel vero dialetto veneziano, alterato quando a quando alla maniera propria di parlare de' Zanni, ch'erano i mimi a suo tempo i più motteggevoli sulle scene". Il Sanesi (vol. I, pp. 432-3) ci informa che "Zanni", forma dialettale di Giovanni o Gianni, è caricatura dei grossolani facchini bergamaschi. E' interessante osservare, comunque, che proprio nel 1671 viene rappresentata a Parigi "Les fourberies de Scapin" di Molière, che, riprendendo la vecchia maschera italiana, la fisserà definitivamente sulle scene. Discreto esemplare (un po' corto il margine super. e con un piccolo lavoro di tarlo nel margine delle ultime 24 pp. della "Corona"). Cat. Rasi 299 e Michel-Michel I, 178 (solo per il ''Trionfo''). BMC, XVII sec. I, 120-1 (la ''Corona macheronica'', con data 1660?). Cat. Vinciana (3061 e segg.), Gay (III, 923-4) e Cat. Libri (1657-1660) registrano altre ediz. DBI.XI, pp. 81-3. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Most Famous, Delectable and Pleasant History of Parismus.Prince of Bohemia . The First Part , with Part 2 Parismenos [1672] 2 Vols. In 1

      A P for F Coles, London 1671 - Prelims +200 pp; part 2 is 2pp + 272 pp. Black letter, sm 4to, leather, respined, ninth impression [first edit. 1596] complete with these facsimiles: [v rare 1610 frontis.], tp, A3 preface, last valedictory leaf of vol.1, and tp of vol.2 & last leaf mounted with latter missing one digit and 4 words [all written in in biro] Wing F 1534, a rare early edition of both parts of an early Elizabethan novelist. Writing style after Green, and set in Bohemia. Leather a bit worn. See also 004334. Size: Sm 4to [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gazophylacium copiosa synonymorum, phrasiumque tum latinarum, tum etiam Graecarum gaza, e probatis Authoribus collecta refertum quod Hoc primum Anno a partu Virginis MDC.LXXI in Academico gymnasio Societatis Iesu Neo-Pragae. In usum commodumgue adolescentiae studiosae grammatices reseratum est

      Pragae: Universt. Carolo - Ferdinandae 1671 OGLDr., 415 Seiten, Register, 12°, mit rotem, handgeschriebenem Rückenschildchen, Anmerkungen auf dem Vorsatz, Frontispizblatt verso gestempelt, hinterer Vorsatz mit Zeichnung eines Teufels, dreisprachiger Text (tschechisch-deutsch und lateinisch), Exemplar etwas abgeschürft, besonders im Rückenbereich, Ecken etwas stärker beschabt, sonst guter Zustand, vollständig. Selten!Alte Drucke, Vocabularia

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        Anselmus Solerius cemeliensis de Pileo, caeterisque capitis tegminibus tam sacris, quíæm profanis

      Andreae Frisii, Amstelodami 1671 - Antica annotazione alla prima bianca Anselmus Solerius í lo pseudonimo di Theophile Raynaud. Antiporta incisa da Romeyn de Hooghe, vignetta calcografica al frontespizio con motto: Optimi Consultores Mortui". Dedicatoria e introduzione di Andreas Frisius. Curiosa e interessante opera relativa ai copricapi e cappelli nelle diverse epoche e culture, riccamente illustrata." (12) + 379 + (36) con numerose ill.n.t. e 18 tavv.f.t. (di cui 3 grandi ripiegate) p. 850x140mm p.perg. coeva con tass cartaceo

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        Imperatorum romanorum numismata ex aere mediae et minimae formae descriptaa et enarrata.

      Strassburg, Simon Paulli, 1671. - Folio, circa 35,5 x 24,5 cm. Kupfertitel, gest. Portrait, 16 Bll., 500, 35 SS., 1Bl., 2 gefaltete Kupfer-Karten, 6 Kupferafeln von J. Ammann nach F. Chauveau, etwa 900 Textkupfer und Vignetten Pergament d. 19. Jh. Lipsius 308; Brunet IV, 439. Erste Ausgabe, reich illustriert. Patin (1633-1693) war eigentlich Mediziner und hatte den Lehrstuhl für Chirurgie in Padua inne, beschäftigte sich aber eingehend mit archäologischen Fragen und gabe mehrere Werke zur antiken N [Attributes: First Edition]

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        America; being the latest and most Accurate Description of the New World Â…

      London: printed for the Author, , 1671. Collected from most Authentick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with maps and Sculptures. Folio in sixes (410 × 270 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, rebacked to style with spine elaborately gilt in compartments, red morocco label, corners repaired. Engraved allegorical title page, 56 plates (comprising engraved title, 37 engraved plates, 2 folding, and 19 engraved maps, 3 folding), 66 engraved illustrations in the text, title printed in red and black. A little scuffing, new endpapers, some minor marginal tears with old professional repairs, but overall a very good copy. First edition. The second in Ogilby's series which also included Africa, Asia, and Britannia, the book is a well-produced compilation of extant translations and others' accounts, a common practice at that time. The bulk of Ogilby's America is taken from Arnoldus Montanus's De Nieuwe en Onbekeende Weereld, published at Amsterdam the same year, supplemented with information on New England, New France, Maryland, and Virginia supplied to Ogilby by the proprietors of these colonies. There are two issues of the book. The first had Dutch maps and views, replaced in the second issue by a number of important maps drafted from English materials. The list of plates calls for two maps omitted from this issue; the "Arx Carolina" map is replaced by "A New Description of Carolina" and the map of "Virginiae pars Australis & Florida" is omitted altogether, substituted by the map of Barbados inserted after page 376.

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        Dissertationes de praestantia et usu numismatum antiquorum. Edition secunda, priori longe auctior, & variorum numismatum.

      Amstelodami: Apud Danielem Elsevirium 4to (20.9 cm, 8.25"). Frontis., [46], 917, [51 (index)] pp.; illus.. 1671 Important treatise on ancient numismatics, written by a prominent scholar, diplomat, and collector who was one of the first to combine genuine interest in coins and medals with antiquarian erudition. This is the second edition, following the first of 1664 but more highly illustrated than that printing; the volume includes numerous in-text copper engravings depicting coins and monuments, at least one of which is signed I. Wyngaerden. The title-page is printed in red and black, with Elzevir's Minerva vignette. Contemporary vellum framed in blind double fillets with blind-tooled corner fleurons and central medallion, spine with early inked title; vellum lightly soiled, corners bumped, spine with mostly eradicated traces of old inked shelving number. Front pastedown with institutional bookplate (no stamps). Pages almost entirely clean, a few with chipped or lightly stained outer edges or corners. A good copy.

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        Les m?moires du voyage de Monsieur le marquis de Ville au Levant, ou l'histoire curieuse du Si?ge de Candie.

      Amsterdam, Boom, 1670-1671, tre parti in un volume, in-16 (140 x 82 mm) pp. (10)-60-153 (ma 453)-320. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con unghie, titolo manoscritto al dorso, antiporta figurata incisa in rame, impresa tipografica xilografica al frontespizio della seconda parte. Dedicatoria ai governanti della Repubblica di Venezia. Seconda edizione, contemporanea alla prima (edita da Francois Clousier di Parigi), di questo raro volume costituente una versione francese compendiata dell'opera di Giovan Battista Rostagno "Viaggi dell'illustrissimo, & eccellentissimo sign. marchese Ghiron Francesco Villa in Dalmatia, e Leuante....." (Torino, per Giovanni Sinibaldo, 1668); nella prefazione si afferma di aver ricevuto il manoscritto dell'opera originale dal Rostagno stesso. Il Marchese di Villa prese le armi contro i Turchi nel 1665, sostenendo per due anni l'estenuante assedio di Candia (la citta' cretese capitolo', dopo 21 anni di eroica resistenza all'assedio turco, il 6 settembre 1669) e mori', dopo il suo ritorno in Italia, nel 1670, dei postumi delle ferite ricevute in guerra. La presente biografia non copre l'intero arco della vita del condottiero, ma solamente il periodo corrente dal 1665 al 1668, relativo ai suoi viaggi in Levante. Brunet, V, 1222. Graesse, VI, 315. Cicogna, 947. Prima edizione completa dell'opera, in francese.

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        Controversiarum de justitia et jure privatorum universo.

      Ingolstadt. J. S. Knab (Bde. V und VI: J. Ph. Zinck).1671-74. 6 Bde. mit 7 Tln. in 4 Bdn. 32 x 20,5 cm. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. mit je 2 intakten Schließen. Beschabt, etw. bestoßen und fleckig. Erste Ausgabe. - De Backer-S. IV, 142, 22. Schulte III/1, 145, 42, Wetzer-W. V, 1535. ADB XI, 70. - Bde. V und VI mit dem Titel Jurisprudentiae justiciariae bipartitae tomus prior (posterior) und dem Zusatz Operis totius de jure et justitia quintus (sextus); dem 6. Bd. ist angefügt mit separatem Titel das zum Druck gehörende Repertorium universale in sex tomos de jure privato, et judiciis. - Sehr gründliche Darstellung der thomistischen Rechtsphilosophie, das Hauptwerk des Jesuiten Christoph Haunold (1610-1689). - 3 Bde. mit je einem Blattweiser; alle Bde. leicht gebräunt und etw. fleckig. - Aus dem Jesuitenkolleg Altötting mit entsprechenden Vermerken aus dem Jahr 1716 auf den Titeln der Bde. I, III, V und VI. First edition. - Very exhaustive portrayal of the Thomist philosophy of law, the major work by the Jesuit Christoph Haunold (1610-1689). - 3 vols. each with one bookmark; all vols. slightly browned and a little soiled. - From the Jesuit college Altötting with corresponding notes of the year 1716 on titles of vols. I, III, V and VI. - Contemporary blind-pressed pigskin each with 2 intact clasps (scratched, a little scuffed, soiled). Versand D: 6,00 EUR Alte Drucke; Judaica; Jura; Rechtsphilosophie; Rechtswesen; Theologie, Alte Drucke; Erstausgaben; Lateinische Sprache

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        Caspari Bauhini ... Pinax theatri botanici: sive Index in Theophrasti Dioscoridis, Plinii et botanicorvm qui à seculo scripserunt opera ...

      Basileae: Joannis Regis 4to (26.5 cm, 10.45"). [12] ff., 518 pp., [13] ff.. 1671 [with the same author's] Caspari Bauhini ... Prodromos theatri botanici ... Basileae: Impensis Joannis Regis, 1671. 4to (26.5 cm, 10.45"). 160 pp., [6] ff.; illus. Two hugely influential botanical works, by a Swiss botanist, anatomist, and physician (1560–1624; sometimes given as Gaspard Bauhin). Bauhin herein catalogues close to 6,000 species, establishing a system which Printing & the Mind of Man calls "a most important scientific advance," and using nomenclature later adopted by Linnaeus. => Bauhin's section on Zea mays is one of the earliest descriptions of New World maize, and was subsequently cited as such by Linnaeus. The Prodromos is illustrated with just under => 140 woodcuts depicting a wide variety of plants. Both works are here in their second, enlarged editions, following the original publications of Pinax in 1623 and Prodromos in 1620. The first title-page is printed in red and black, and both titles bear the printer's "Per angusta ad augusta" vignette. Evidence of readership: Many of the woodcuts have additional names supplied in an early pencilled hand. Contemporary half calf over speckled brown paper, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-ruled compartments; binding worn overall, front cover with abrasions to paper, spine leather crinkled, label chipped. Page edges untrimmed. Foxing and browning as is just about always the case with this edition due to the paper used and impurities in the water during production; with intermittent lighter spotting and offsetting throughout. Occasional pencilled annotations; front free endpaper with early ownership inscription and annotation. One leaf with tear from upper margin, extending into text with loss of a few letters, just barely touching image on reverse; one leaf with tear from outer margin, extending into text without loss, partially repaired. A copy clearly read and interacted with by a botanical-minded scholar.

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        Consolationis philosophiae libri V.ejusd. Opuscula Sacra.Cim integris Notis Johannis Bernartii, Theodori Sitzmani et Renati Vallini. Accedit Petris Bertii Praefatio.

      Lgduni Batavorum Ex Officina Hackiiana, 1671. [gestochenes Porträtfrontispiz, Titelblatt mit gestochener Vignette] [23] Bl., 324 S., [6] Bl. 8° Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros auf beiden Deckeln (Society of Writers to her Majesty´s Signet) Ebert I, 211; Schweiger II, 33; Brunet I, 1034; \"Eine der selteneren Ausgaben.\" (Ebert ebd.) Textgrundlage ist die Ausgabe an gleichem Ort 1656, erweitert um die Noten der im Titel erwähnten Gelehrten. Sehr dekoratives und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        WITTY APOPHTHEGMS ( Wittie apophthegmes) delivered at several times, and upon several occasions, by King James, King Charles, the Marquess of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moor

      [London] : Printed by J.C. for Matthew Smelt, and are to be sold at his shop next to the castle, near Moorfields, 1671 . COLLECTED AND REVISED 1671. 12mo, approximately 135 x 80 mm, 5½ x 3 inches, engraved frontispiece, containing portraits of all 5 men, pages: [4], 1-22, 27-30, 23-26, 35-38, 31-34, 39-186, some gatherings misbound and out of order, from page 39 to the end 186 all is correct, all text complete, contemporary sheep covers with modern plain spine, no title label or lettering, engraved book-plate to first pastedown. Binding rubbed and worn, poor repairs to lower cover, tips of corners worn, title page and blank side of engraving have pale age-browning, occasional fox spot and pale age-browning to text, pastedowns and endpapers have pale stains, occasional pale printing, small repair to edge of last page otherwise a good copy. ESTC R33681. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        OGILBY'S AMERICA: Being the Latest and Most Accurate Description of the New World.', 14page Extract Chapter V Terra Borealis, or The Artick Region

      Ogilby, 1671. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. Original 14page extract bound in Quarter leather marbled boards. Shelfware, marbled boards grubby. Contents clean, age toned with some wrinkling but considering its' age in Very Good Condition. PLEASE NOTE: This book will incur extra postage and insurance charges. Please contact us for a quote. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 5 kilogram. Category: Arctic & Antarctic; Antarctic; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 2655. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        I Primi Sei Libri d'Euclide tratti in volgare. Dedicati all'Ill.mo Sig. Conte Vitaliano Borromeo Generale dell'Artiglieria, e del Consiglio Segreto...

      Milano. Lodovico Monza. 1671Cm. 15,50 x 9; pp. (8), 178, (4). Legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle, titolo calligrafico al dorso. Figure geometriche nel testo. Traduzione ad opera di Pietro Paolo Caravaggio, figlio dodicenne del matematico, Pietro Paolo Caravaggio. Rara traduzione dei primi sei libri di Euclide per le scuole 499 / P

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        1671 1st ed Military Architecture Fortifications Illustrated War Engineering

      A Paris : Chez l'autheur . chez Iean Henault . et chez Claude Barbin ., 1671. - 1671 1st ed Military Architecture Fortifications Illustrated War Engineering 108 INCREDIBLE Engravings / Mallet / comp@$2,275 Alain Manesson Mallet (1630–1706) was a French cartographer and engineer. He started his career as a soldier in the army of Louis XIV, became a Sergeant-Major in the artillery and an Inspector of Fortifications. He also served under the King of Portugal, before returning to France, and his appointment to the court of Louis XIV. His military engineering and mathematical background led to his position teaching mathematics at court. Main author: Allain Manesson-Mallet Title: Les travaux de Mars ou la fortification nouvelle tant reguliere, qu' irreguliere Published: A Paris : Chez l'autheur . chez Iean Henault . et chez Claude Barbin ., 1671. Language: French Notes & contents: • 1st edition • Military fortification and architecture • 108 engravings o Military buildings o Indoors and outdoor o Sea and rivers o Geography o Landscape o Geometric instruments o Military architecture, engineering, art • Engineering lessons on building fortifications with the intent of defending against enemy attacks FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 249 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Illustrated: 108 engravings Publisher: A Paris : Chez l'autheur . chez Iean Henault . et chez Claude Barbin ., 1671. Size: ~7.5in X 5in (19cm x 13cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Re Vehiculari Veterum libri duo. Accedit Pyrrhi Ligorii V. C. De vehiculis fragmentum, nunquam ante publicatum Ex Bibliotheca Sereniss. Reg. Christinae cum ejusdem I. Schefferi Arg. annotationibus.

      Francofurti, Ex Officina Zunneriana,, 1671. 2 Teile in einem Band. Frontispiece, Titel, 2 Bl. , 286, 422 Seiten 4 Textkupfer und 38 Textholzschnitten. 21 cm, Pergamenteinband, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt Spiegel und Vorsatz mit handschriftlichen Einträgen (alt), sonst guter fleckenfreier Zustand, feste Bindung Versand D: 3,00 EUR Verkehrswesen, Transport, Wagenbau

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        D.[ecimi] Magni Avsonii Bvrdigalensis Opera. Jacobvs Tollivs, M.D. recensuit, et integris Scaligeri, Mariang. Accvrsii, Freheri, Scriverii; selectis Vineti, Barthii, Acidalii, Gronovii, Graevii, Aliorumque Notis accuratissime digestis, nec non & suis animadversionibus illustravit. Amstelodami, apud Ioannem Blaev, MDCLXXI [Amsterdam, Johannes Blaeu 1671].

      Amsterdam, Blaeu 1671..

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

      1671 - (1)f. de front., (23)ff., Paris, Thomas Jolly, Simon Benard, 1671, in-folio, (1)f. de front, (23)ff, 419, (1bl.), (30)pp, (1)f. de privilège en double, 57 planches, veau fauve marbré, dos à nerfs orné, double filet en encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges (rel. XVIIIe), Frontispice gravé par G. Edelinck d'après Le Pautre. Vignette. 57 planches (dont 6 dépliantes) et 2 figures in texte par L. Cossinus, représentant des microscopes, des télescopes, des planètes, la lune, et diverses machines. PREMIERE EDITION. Le père Chérubin, capucin d'Orléans, François Lasseray de son vrai nom (1614-97), fabriqua de nombreux instruments d'optique. Il perfectionna notamment le télescope binocle. Cet ouvrage montre les premières machines à tailler les lentilles et une des premières cartes de la lune. L'auteur le divise en trois parties: la doctrine de l'optique & de la dioptrique (vision simple et vision par rayons rompus); la théorique de l'oculaire dioptrique en toutes ses espèces; la positive (construction effective et usages de l'oculaire dioptrique) et la mécanique (comment former et polir toutes les sortes de verres qui servent à la construction de l'oculaire dioptrique). Ex-libris manuscrit sur le titre Nicolas Gelyotte. Ex-libris manuscrit sur le titre Rossillon 1740. Cachet du couvent des capucins de Perpignan (p.9). Cachet gratté sur la page de titre, certains feuillets légèrement roussis, le feuillet de privilège relié en fin de volume est découpé et comblé, la planche dépliante du grand oculaire est déchirée et restaurée. Bel exemplaire, très agréablement restauré [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pinax] Theatri botanici sive Index in Theophrasti, Dioscoridis, Plinii et botanicorum, etc. [Relié avec] [Prodromos] Theatri botanici in quo plantae supra sexcentae etc

      1671 - 2 ouvrages reliés en 1 vol. Bâle, Impensis Joannis Regis, 1671, in-4, 2 ouvrages reliés en 1 vol. de I. (24), 518, (20)pp, (1)f. d'errata. - II. (4), 160, (12)pp, veau brun moucheté, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque), Nombreux bois gravés de plantes dans le 2° ouvrage, du même auteur et à la même adresse. Texte sur deux colonnes. Dans le "Pinax", Gaspard Bauhin (1560-1624) établit l'identité des plantes et détermine leurs espèces par un nom ou phrase très courte. Il est ainsi le premier à avoir présenté une concordance complète et méthodique des noms donnés aux plantes. Le "Prodromus" contient la description d'environ 600 plantes, la plupart d'après un herbier sec. La première édition du "Prodromus" fut publiée en 1620, et celle du "Pinax", en 1623. Rares annotations manuscrites. Exemplaire restauré, galeries de vers avec perte de lettres en fin de volume, rousseurs et mouillures [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Joshua Redivivus, or Mr. Rutherford's Letters, Divided in two Parts. Second Edition, 1671

      Anonymous, No Place 1671 - Title page states- "The First, Containing these which were written from Aberdeen, where he was confined by a sentence of the High Commission, drawn forth against him, partly upon the account of his declining them, partly upon the account of his Non-Conformitie. The Second, Containing some which were written from Anwoth, before he was by the Prelats persecution thrust from his Ministry; & others upon diverse occasions afterward, from St. Andrew, London, &etc. Now published for the use of the people of God: but more particularly for those who now are, or may afterwards be, put to suffering for Christ and His cause. By a well-wisher to the work and to the people of God. The second Edition, Printed in the Yeer (sic) 1671". According to Alexander Whyte in "Samuel Rutherford and His Companions" ."There is no editor's name on the title-page, no publisher's name, and no place of printing or of publication. Only two texts of forewarning and reassuring Scripture.That is all. It would not have been safe in 1664 to say more." Nor in 1671, when this Second Edition was published. Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661) was a Scottish Presbyterian scholar, theologian, controversialist, preacher, and author, and one of the Scottish Commissioners to the Westminster Assembly, who is best remembered for his "Letters" and for his political book "Lex, Rex ", which was an important rebuttal of the divine right of kings theory. He might well have been punished with death for his writings had he not already been on his deathbed. Bound in likely 18th century Full Calf, red leather spine label, title and rules in gilt, 576 pages. Very Good, leather a bit rubbed and darkened, prior owner name title page, end pages darkened and soiled, page 575 last three sentences at bottom of page lacking the last word or two due to paper loss. RARE in either the First or Second Edition. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Pileo, Caeterisque capitis tegminibus tam sacris, quam profanis. Bzw.: De Toga Romana Commentarius. Accedit Ex Philippo Rubenio iconismus statuae togatae, et Praeter indicem geminum, quem adjecimus, de modo gestandi Togam ex Ferrario dissertatio.

      Amstelodami, Sumptibus Andreae Frisii / Amsterdam, Andreas Frisius 1671 (für beide Titel). - 2 Titel in 1 Band. Editio novissima aucta, emendata & figuris aeneis exornata (nur Solerius). 16° (ca. 14 x 8 x 3.5 cm). 5 Bll., 379 (+ 1) SS., 19 Bll., u. 1 Bl. (blanko), 84 SS., 6 Bll. Gest. Front. (von R. de Hooge od. Hooghe), Titel mit gest. Druckermarke, 21 ganzs. (davon 3 Falttfn.) u. 8 gest. Textillustrationen; bzw. gest. Druckermarke, 1 gest. Falttf. Ldr. d.Zt. (etwas berieben, min. bestossen, ob. Kapital mit geringen Verlusten im Bezug, Gelenke leicht rissig) a. 4 Bünden, Rückenvergoldung verblasst, vergold. Deckelfileten partiell abgegriffen. Erste Lage im Fusssteg blass wasserrandig, ca. 4 Seiten mit alten (weitgehend verblassten) Unterstreichungen. Etwas Alters-, wenig Gebrauchsspuren, das Papier bemerkenswert sauber und fest. Gesamthaft recht gutes Exemplar. Graesse: ?Sous le pseudonyme de Solerius s?est caché Theoph. Renaud [sic]?; recte: Théophile Raynaud S.J. (1587?1663). Vgl. De Backer & Sommervogel 6, sp. 1538 f., Nr. 54 (?On a retranché dans cette édition une partie des citations des Pères grecs?) und 9, sp. 1396 (?Anselmus?); Barbier 4, 170 (?Solerius?), bzw. Nrn. 19671 u. 21597; Lipperheide Nb 1. Die erste Ausgabe war 1655 in Leiden bei Champion u. Fourmy erschienen. ? Über den Autor der Studie zu den römischen Togen, Hieronymus Boss, Bossi oder Bossius (Lipperheide Be 15) ist weiter nichts in Erfahrung zu bringen. ? Frühe und ungewöhnliche Monographie zum Thema der Kopfbedeckung, kombiniert mit dem Aufsatz über die römische Toga am Beispiel von Statuen. ? Während die Illustrationen allgemein ohne nähere Bezeichnung ausgeführt sind, trägt eine Falttafel (ad pag. 353) den Vermerk 'Corn. Galle sculpsit? Unter den durchwegs interessanten Darstellungen scheinen besonders erwähnenswert: die ganzfigurige Darstellung eines jüdischen Hohepriesters, eines chinesischen Gelehrten (?), das Brustbild eines Türken mit Turban (?Tegmen capitis, quod Turcae ?Turbantem? vocant?), eine phrygische Mütze (?Jakobinermütze?) oder Tiara (?Phrygio vestitur bucca tiara?), 2 Falttafeln zu Bestattungsbräuchen mit verhülltem Kopf (Leichentücher bei Lazarus und Jesus: ?facies eius sudario erat ligata?, resp. ?ligaverunt illud linteis cum aromatibus?, wie auch beschrieben in den Evangelien), eine Tf. mit Kapuzen von Franziskanern, die ganzs. Abb. des ?Habitus S. Francisci Pisis Asservatus?, sowie die ganzs. Illustration (mit 2 Abbn.) zu einem griechischen Helm. ? Die fein gestochenen Kupfer in kräftigen Abzügen, teilw. mit Plattenton u. -Rand. Sprache: la [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Caspari Bauhini ... Pinax theatri botanici: sive Index in Theophrasti Dioscoridis, Plinii et botanicorvm qui à seculo scripserunt opera ...

      Basileae: Joannis Regis 4to (26.5 cm, 10.45"). [12] ff., 518 pp., [13] ff.. 1671 [with the same author's] Caspari Bauhini ... Prodromos theatri botanici ... Basileae: Impensis Joannis Regis, 1671. 4to (26.5 cm, 10.45"). 160 pp., [6] ff.; illus. Two hugely influential botanical works, by a Swiss botanist, anatomist, and physician (1560?-1624; sometimes given as Gaspard Bauhin). Bauhin herein catalogues close to 6,000 species, establishing a system which Printing & the Mind of Man calls "a most important scientific advance," and using nomenclature later adopted by Linnaeus. => Bauhin's section on Zea mays is one of the earliest descriptions of New World maize, and was subsequently cited as such by Linnaeus. The Prodromos is illustrated with just under => 140 woodcuts depicting a wide variety of plants. Both works are here in their second, enlarged editions, following the original publications of Pinax in 1623 and Prodromos in 1620. The first title-page is printed in red and black, and both titles bear the printer's "Per angusta ad augusta" vignette. Evidence of readership: Many of the woodcuts have additional names supplied in an early pencilled hand. Contemporary half calf over speckled brown paper, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-ruled compartments; binding worn overall, front cover with abrasions to paper, spine leather crinkled, label chipped. Page edges untrimmed. Foxing and browning as is just about always the case with this edition due to the paper used and impurities in the water during production; with intermittent lighter spotting and offsetting throughout. Occasional pencilled annotations; front free endpaper with early ownership inscription and annotation. One leaf with tear from upper margin, extending into text with loss of a few letters, just barely touching image on reverse; one leaf with tear from outer margin, extending into text without loss, partially repaired. A copy clearly read and interacted with by a botanical-minded scholar.

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        The History of the Administration of Cardinal Ximenes, Great Minister of State in Spain...and Translated into English by W. Vaughan

      London: Printed for John Wilkins at the Sign of the Maiden-Head in New Cheap-side in Moor-field, 1671. First Edition in English. Frontispiece portrait engraving by Thomas Cross. [48], 150, [2] pp. 1 vols. Bound in full contemporary calf. Bookplate. Fine copy. First Edition in English. Frontispiece portrait engraving by Thomas Cross. [48], 150, [2] pp. 1 vols. see pp. 100 for Peter Martyr; p. 102 for Peru; p. 91 for Columbus.

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