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        Practica de fventes, svs vtilidades, y modo de hazerlas, y conservarlas, con muchas advertencias mvy importantes a la materia. Por el Licenciado., natural de la Ciudad de Arnedo, Cirujano de su Majestad, y de los Reales Conventos de las Descalças, y Encarnación y del Real Consejo de Guerra, y del Reyno en Cortes. Examinador de Cirujanos en el Real Protomedicato. Dedicado a la Soberano Emperatriz de los Cielos,¿ María Santísima del Buen Sucesso. Con licencia.

      Madrid 1671 - En Madrid, En el Colegio Real de los Desamparados. Año de 1671. A costa de Bernardo Sierra, Librero en la Puerta del Sol. 4º. 16 h. 202 p. 2 h. de índice. Encuadernación en pergamino época, cierres. Portada con grabado representando a la Virgen del ¿Buen Suceso¿. Rf.: Palau nº 136003. CCPB37084-3. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Sacrosancta Concilia Ad Regiam Editionem Exacta. 17 Volumes in 18

      Lutetiae Parisiorum : Imprentis Societatis tipographicae, 1671-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 17 volumes in 18. Complete set. 3 maps, pl. Folio. Bound in contemporary full leather. Gilt lettering and tooling to spine. 6 raised bands. Page ends washed red. Good binding and cover. Wear to extremities. Boards starting. Chipping and loss to head and tail of spine. Library markings. Signatures removed resulting in page loss to title pages. Lacking some half-titles. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. This volume work by Labbe and Cossart documents the Church Councils from the early Christian Church up unto 1664. The contents are: Apparatus -- Apparatus alter -- Tomus primus ab initiis aerae Christianae ad annum CCCXXIV --Tomus secundus ab anno CCCXXV ad annum CCCCXXX --Tomus tertius ab anno CCCCXXI ad annum CCCCL --Tomus quartus ab anno CCCCLI ad annum DXXXV --Tomus quintus ab anno DXXXVI ad annum DCXLVIII --Tomus sextus ab anno DCXLIX ad annum DCCLXXXVII --Tomus septimus ab anno DCCLXXXVII ad annum DCCCXLVII --Tomus octavus ab anno DCCCXLVII ad annum DCCCLXXI --Tomus nonus ab anno DCCCLXXII ad annum M. LXXIII --Tomus decimus ab anno M. LXXIII ad annum M. CXCVII --Tomi XI pars I ab anno M.C. XCVII ad annum M. CC. LXXXIV --Tomi XI pars II ab anno M. CC. LXXXV ad annum M. CCCC. XIII --Tomus duodecimus ab anno M. CCCCXIV ad annum M. CCCCXXXVIII --Tomus decimustertius ab anno M. CCCCXXXVIII ad annum M. DXI --Tomus decimusquartus ab anno M. DXII ad annum M. DXLV. Quo inchoatum est Concilium Trident. absolutum ann. M. DLXIII. --Tomus decimusquintus ab anno M. DL ad annum M. DCLXIV.

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        De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld: of Beschryving van America en 'Tzuid-land

      Jacob Meurs, Amsterdam 1671 - (12 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches). [8],585,[27]pp. Dutch text in two columns. Engraved title, seven engraved portraits, thirty-one engraved double-page plates, large folding hemispheric map, and fifteen engraved double-page maps. Seventy engraved illustrations in the text. Early 20th-century half mottled calf over marbled paper covered boards, spine with raised bands, red morocco lettering piece Provenance: J. J. A. Poley (bookplate on the front pastedown) One of the most interesting of iconographic and cartographic sources of early Americana. Correctly called "a classic book on America" by Borba de Moraes, Montanus' narrative contains a wealth of interesting maps and illustrations on both North and South America. The work was later translated into English, with various alterations, by John Ogilby, but this Dutch edition is the true first. The North American section of Montanus contains notable versions of the Blaeu map of New England and New Netherland, as well as versions of the John Smith Virginia and Carolina maps. Among the engravings in the text is one of the first engraved views of New York (the very first, the Van der Donck view, appeared twenty years earlier). There is also a detailed map of Bermuda. There are numerous engraved views of cities and scenes in Mexico and the Caribbean. Much of the second half of the volume is devoted to Brazil, where the Dutch were deeply involved for decades in the 17th century, illustrated with numerous maps and views. The large double-sheet views are excellent and much copied in later publications; but, as Church comments, "The finely executed engravings of this work are especially brilliant in this, the original edition." Howes states that the portrait of the Prince of Nassau, present herein, only appears in the first issue. The large map, credited here to "Gerardum a Schaden," as stated in Borba de Moraes, is also sometimes found as credited to "Jacobum Meursium," the publisher of the book. Church 613; Howes M733, "b"; Asher, New Netherland 14; Sabin 50086; Servies 200. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        sic) TRIUMPHO PANEGYRICO. APLAVSO REAL, Y SAGRADO, CELEBRACION FESTIVA, QUE AL NUEVO CULTO QUE A S. FERNANDO III. REY DE CASTILLA, Y LEON CONCEDIO NUESTRO MUY SANTO PADRE CLEMENTE DECIMO. CONSAGRÓ LA MUY ILUSTRE, AUGUSTA, SANTA Celebre, Metropolitana, y Patriarcal Iglefia de Sevilla. POEMA HEROYCO HISTORIAL EN QVE la defcribe el P. Fr. DIRIGELA AL ILLVSTRISSIMO SEÑOR DEAN, Y CABILDO DE DICHA SANTA IGLESIA. 1ª edición

      - Impreffo en Sevilla. Por Thomé de Dios Miranda. Efte año de 1671. 8º mayor, 15 folios inclusa portada con orla tipográfica en madera, 41-2h. Viñetas iniciales y finales xilográficas. Pergamino época rotulado en lomera, cortes tintados. Afectado de marca de antigua humedad. Buen ejemplar, buena impresión y bonita tipografía, márgenes generosos. Ladillos. Convento de Franciscanos Descalzos de San Antonio de Padua, con el Prior Don Juan de San Agustín, con la concesión del Rey Felipe IV. Fernando III el Santo Rey de Castilla y de León, 1199/1201, 1252. Muy raro, no en BGE ni CCPB. [PRIMERA EDICION]Imagen en sitio virtual de MIMO Libros [Attributes: First Edition]

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        RECUEIL DES ACTIONS ET PAROLLES MEMORABLES DE PHILIPPE SECOND ROY D'ESPAGNE, surnommé Le prudent.

      Chez Pierre Marteau. Cologne 1671 - . 15,5 cm. [8], 340 pág. Enc. de época en cartoné. Primera y última pág. algo deslucidas. * Esta obra editada por primera vez en Sevilla en 1636, se la considera como una de las mejor documentadas de su tiempo por lo que a Felipe II se refiere, Es interesante porqué trata de manera especial la faceta mas personal y humana del monarca -aunque un colega mío sostenga que los monarcas no tienen facetas. Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 francés [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deß H. Röm. Reichs ohnmittelbaren Freyer Ritterschafft am Rheinstrom, in der Wetterau und zugehörigen Orten. Von Jetziger Röm. Kays. Mayt.Leopoldo dem Ersten &c. Erneuert- und Confirmirte Rahts-Satzung-und Ordnungen, Samt Deroselben von den Röm. Kaysern und Königen, Allerglorwürdigsten Andenckens, auch von Jetziger Allerhöchstgedachten Röm. Kayserl. Mayt. respective erlangt, erneuert- und confirmirte Privilegien, und Freyheits Briefen, auch Kayserlichen Decreten.

      Giessen, gedruckt bey Joseph Dieterich Hampeln / Univ. Buchdr., 1671.. - 1. Auflage, - 3 (leere) Bl., 1 Bl. (Titelblatt, einseitig bedruckt), 150 S., 4 S. (Register) 4 (leere) Bl. - Format ca. 18 x 21,5 cm., fadengeheftet ohne Einband.. Der Titel mit einer Vignette "Reichsadler (doppelköpfig) mit Wappen und Krone", Kopf des Buches bündig aufgeschnitten ansonsten unbeschnitten und breitrandig, teils gering braunfleckig, Schriftsatz durch den Druck etw. gebräunt, sonst helles, sauberes Papier. - insg. gutes und sauberes Exemplar.

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

      Amstelodami: Apud Danielem Elsevirium, 1671.

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        Experimenta circa generationem Insectorum.

      Amstelodami, A. Frisii, 1671. 12mo. pp. (10), 330, (20), with a fine allegorial frontispiece by R. de Hooghe, and 38 engraved plates and 1 engraving in the text. Contemporary vellum. D. Prandi. Bibl. delle opere di F. Redi, No. 10. A fine copy of the first Latin edition of this important entomological work, of which the first edition was published in 1668. "Redi's masterpiece is considered to be 'Esperienze ...' (1668), in which he disproved the doctrine of spontaneous generation in insects, inherited from Aristotle and still considered dogma. The microscope revealed in insects an organisation as marvelous as it was unsuspected" (D.S.B. XI, p. 341).

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        1671 Mirror or Looking Glass S CLARKE + frontis SCARCE

      London - Robert Clavel, Tho. Passinger et. al., 1671 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A rare book with illustrated title page and portrait frontispiece. Samuel Clarke is best known as the writer of the Lives of Sundry Modern Divines. He was an Anglican clergyman and was relatively well-connected, though never achieved great stature in the church. Clarke was born in Warwickshire in 1599 and died in 1682. He was pastor of St. Bennet Fink, London, until he was ejected in 1662. Besides theological works and a famous General Martyrology, Clarke published A True and Faithful Account of the Four Chiefest Plantations of the English in America and A New Description of the World. Condition: The binding is generally firm, though the book is disbound. The illustrated title page, frontispiece and title page are all detached but present. Pages 697-702 are also detached but present, as is the first page of the alpabetical table at the rear of the book. The rest of the book is detached and missing however. The illustrated title page, frontispiece and title page are all chipped to the edges with some loss, and there is a closed tear to the first page of text. The first few pages at the front of the book are also creased. The book is generally clean and bright apart from some isolated spotting and handling marks. There is also some worming to the text..

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

      A Costa de Pedro de la Calle, Horace BoissatBruxellas(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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        [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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        Koning aen syn Taefel. Ofte XXXIII. Avond-Maels Predicatien, Deur verscheydene God-geleerde in de Engelse Taele beschreven, En meerendeel Vertaeld deur Regnerus Reen.

      Bolsward, Samuel van Haringhouk 1671. (titelprent, 14) 496 (8) p. Half Leer, 4° (uiterst zeldzaam werk in een latere band).

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        Contemplationes Sionis, Dat is: Heylige Bedenkingen, En Leeringen, over de voornaemste Passagien en Historien van 't Oude en 't Nieuwe Testament. In 't Engelsch beschreven. En door Everhardus Schuttenius. Op nieus verbetert en met eenige Stichtige Tracktaten vande zelfde Autheur Vermeerdert.

      Amsterdam, Wed. Jan Jacobsz. Schipper 1671. (gegraveerde titelpagina, 6) 734 (12), (titelprent met portret, 14) 1084 (23) p. Opnieuw gebonden Leer met ribben, stempels en sloten, Folio (zeer fraaie set, gebonden met de originele schutbladen, boekblokken fris en helder. Joseph Hall, 1574-1656, was een Engelse bisschop met een zeer duidelijke calvinistische grondslag. Zijn geschriften zijn, net als de geschriften van de puriteinen, zeer prakticaal van inhoud. Vooral het tweede deel is uiterst zeldzaam).

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        De Propriorum Oculorum Defectibus ad Leges Mechanices Revocatis, ...

      . Basileae: Apud Jacobum Werenfelsium, 1671, Kl.4°, (4, 20 pp.), 1 gefalt. Kupfersticvhtafel, Pappband.. Sehr Selten - Erste Ausgabe von JOHANN OTT'S "Dissertatio 1) inaug. de propriorum oculorum defectibus ad leges mechanicas revocatis quam D. T. 0. M. 0. consensu et autoritate ampliss. ac sap. medicorum atque philosoph. ordinis in perantiqua et florent. Rauracorum Univ. pro Summis in philosoph. et med. honoribus et privileg. doctorai. legitime et solemniter con- sequendis publico et placido eruditorum examini subjiciet JOH. OTT Scaphusa- Helvetius ad diem XXXI. Maj. 1671 loco horisque consuetis. Basil op. Jac. Weren- felsium. (16 S., 4°). - OTT beschreibt die Abweichungen seiner eigenen Sehkraft, die aber nicht in der frühesten Jugend zugegen gewesen. - 1. Zwei kreisrunde Kränze sieht er, mit beiden oder mit einem Auge, um die offne Lichtflamme; auf 3 Schritt Entfernung ist der innere 1", der äußere 5" breit. Der äußere zeigt, mit dunklem Roth von außen beginnend, alle Regenbogenfarben; der innere erst roth, dann weißliche Helligkeit. In der Entfernung von 1' ist kaum eine Spur der Kränze sichtbar. Bei weiterem Abrücken von der Flamme werden sie deutlich und immer breiter. Die Ursache dieser Kränze liegt nicht in der umgebenden Luft, da von allen andren, in demselben Zimmer verweilenden Niemand sie wahrnimmt, der Vf. aber immer und unter allen verschiedenen Bedingungen, - seit mehr als 15 Jahren. - In der ganzen Literatur fand er nur CARTESIUS (Cap. IX, § VII de Meteoris et Epist. GII, Tom. II) brauchbar. Des Verfassers Augen erscheinen dem Betrachter völlig normal. Von Hornhaut-Runzelung, wie CARTESIUS meint, kann die Erscheinung nicht abhängen, da sie für seine beiden Augen ganz identisch ist, und beim Abrücken der Flamme der Kreis kleiner werden müsste. - 2. In dem zweiten Fehler seiner Augen, der Pupillen-Erweiterung, liege die Ursache, wozu eine stärkere Krümmung der Krystall-Oberfläche noch mithilft. Wenn er durch ein Kartenloch die Lichtflamme betrachtet, sieht er keine Spur der Kränze. &quote;Die Natur sucht auch die Pupillen-Erweiterung auszugleichen: jeder sieht, dass, wenn ich einen Gegenstand genauer betrachten will und meine Lider zukneife, die Pupillen enger werden2).&quote; Auch das Vorsetzen von Concavgläsern bringt die Kränze zum Verschwinden. - Die Ursache seiner Augenstörungen kennt Vf. nicht, nie hat er an Augen-Entzündung oder schwerer Erkrankung des Körpers gelitten, allerdings seit 20 Jahren die Augen unablässig durch Studium angestrengt, auch einmal eine Sonnenfinsterniss mit unbewaffnetem Auge betrachtet. - 3. Die Sehschwäche für ferne Gegenstände hängt ab von der zu starken Krümmung des Krystalls und der Pupillen-Erweiterung, auch von dem andauernden Gebrauch der Augen zum Nahesehen. - 4. Das Sehen von Spinngeweben hatte ihm Anfangs Furcht vor beginnendem Star eingeflößt, aber seit 10 und mehr Jahren hat er keine Zunahme beobachtet. Die dickeren Fäden sind schlangenähnlich. Sie sind beweglich und stören das Sehen fast gar nicht. Im Kammerwasser (?) dürften sie sich befinden und aus abnormen Blut-Bestandteilen herrühren. Uebrigens brauchen sie nicht ganz undurchsichtig zu sein, wenn sie nur in der Brechkraft vom Kammerwasser sich unterscheiden." Hirschberg, Geschichte der Augenheilkunde in der Neuzeit, XXIII, pp.417-419 - 1) Der Güte des Herrn Collegen MELLINGER und des Herrn Oberbibliothekars BERNOUILLI verdanke ich diese Schrift, die bei uns nicht zu haben war. - Ueber den Vf. ist weder in HALLER'S Bibl. chir. noch im Biogr. Lexikon etwas zu finden. Jedenfalls ist er überzeugter Jatromechaniker. Er schließt mit den Worten: hoc unum intendo naturam mechanicis rationibus (comprehendere). - 2) Dies ist die erste Erwähnung dieses Reflexes. Im Jahre 1899 hat A. WESTPHAL ihn wieder entdeckt und beschrieben. Ebenso J.PILTZ. (Vgl. C.-Bl. f. A. 1899, S. 494.) Bald zeigte sich, dass WUNDT 1880 und GIFFORD 1896 ihn genau beschrieben hatten. Danach auch, dass A. v. GRAEFE die Erscheinung gekannt hat. Ich hoffe, dass Niemand widersprechen wird, wenn ich Herrn JOH. OTT die Priorität zu- ertheile. - Johannes Ott "wurde am 7. März 1639 in Schaffhausen geboren. Aus Marburg kommend, wird er 1658 in Duisburg immatrikuliert, 1661 studiert er in Leyden, 1662 in Basel Theologie. 1669 wird er in Heidelberg immatrikuliert und studiert unter Johannes von Leunenschloss (1620-1699) Mathematik und Physik. Besonders scheint ihn Optik, über die Leunenschloss mehrfach gelesen hat, zu interessieren. 1670 in Heidelberg und 1671 in Basel lässt er Arbeiten über das Sehen und Augenkrankheiten erscheinen. Nach Schaffhausen zurückgekehrt, wird er 1676 Landvogt zu Neunkirch, 1681 Stadtrichter und Reichsvogt und 1671 Zunftmeister. Ungetreuer Machenschaften angeklagt soll er zeitweise seines Amtes entsetz worden sein und nach Auskunft von Jacob Bernoulli zurückgezogen seine Zeit mit Linsenschleifen verbracht haben. Er steht mit Leibniz, den er ebenfalls persönlich kannte, in Briefwechsel. Ott stirbt am 15. September 1717 in Schaffhausen. ." F. Nagel, Jacob Bernoullis Korrespondenten, p.41 - - Von Haller Bibl. Anat. vol. I, 524, p. 577: Krivatsy, 8477: Albert, Norton, Hurtes, Sourcebook, Nr. 1704; Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 1143

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        Pagus Hispanorum in Florida

      London 1671 - Fine hand color; excellent condition. Richly colored, finely detailed view of the oldest city in the United States. The northernmost bastion of the Spanish empire in America, the city is here depicted during a time of strength and prosperity with a busy harbor, lively scenes of trade, and its fort in good repair. The three Spanish galleons in the harbor are especially well delineated. The mountains in the background suggest that the view is at least partially fictional. Deak, G. G. Picturing America, no. 50.

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        De Libertate et Contritione ss. Augustini et Thomae. Gemini Ecclesiae Solis. Tutissima et Inconcussa Dogmata per Germanum Philalethen Eupistinum. Cum Approbationibus primi Opusculi sui, cui titulus, Scientia Media ad Examen Revocata.

      Duaci, B. Belleri 1671. "(16) 473 (31) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 12° (a compilation work, in which the author, Charles de Brias of Charles de l’Assomption, a carmelite from Belgium, 1625-1686, assembles and brings in harmony the perspectives of Augustine and Thomas of Aquin about God's liberty and God's repentance. Fine copy, no location found of this edition.)".

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        Aquila inter lilia, sub qua Francorum Caesarum a Carlo Magno usque ad Conradum.

      . Venice: J. Herz 1671. With engr. frontisp., title-vignette, 10 engr. plates plus numerous engr. in the text. Fol. (8) + 386 + (10) pp. Contp. full calf, spine richly gilt. First 5 leaves dampstained at upper right margins. * Brunet IV, 315..

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

      London: Printed by John Streater, James Flesher [etc.], 1671. Later green morocco extra gilt, a trifle worn, but quite pretty 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

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        Littleton's Tenures, in French and English. With an Alphabetical

      1671. The First Edition of Littleton with Parallel Texts in English and Law-French Littleton, Sir Thomas [d. 1481]. Littleton's Tenures, In French and English. With an Alphabetical Table of the Principal Matters Therein Contained. London: Printed by John Streater, James Flesher and Henry Twyford, Assigns of Richard Atkins, and Edward Atkins, 1671. [xxii], 436 (i.e. 426), [2] pp. Main text in parallel columns. 12mo. (5-1/4" x 3"). Contemporary sheep, blind rules to boards and spine. Light rubbing to extremities, small chip to head of spine, rear joint just starting at head, front hinge cracked but secure, rear pastedown loose and worn around the edges. Clean tear to fore edges of a few leaves with no loss to text. Offsetting to margins of endleaves, toning to a few text leaves, interior otherwise fresh. From the Earls of Macclesfield library with their armorial bookplate on the front pastedown, the library's small embossed stamp to title page, small shelf labels to spine. A lovely unsophisticated copy very well preserved in the original state. * First edition with parallel texts in English and Law French. Written during the reign of Edward IV [1442-1483] and first published around 1481, Littleton's Tenures is probably the most revered treatise in the history of the common law. Much admired for its learning and style, it is concerned with tenures and other issues relating to real property. This venerable work, which Coke called "the ornament of the Common Law, and the most perfect and absolute work that ever was written in any humane science," is considered a landmark because it renounced the principles of Roman law (and Latin) in favor of guidelines and doctrines drawn from the Year Books and, when necessary, hypothetical cases. Holdsworth, A History of English Law II:573. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:458 (119).

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        The English Physitian [Physician] Enlarged: With Three Hundred, Sixty, and Nine Medicines, made of English Herbs That Were not in Any Impression until This

      London: John Streater. 1671. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. H Hard Cover. Fair. The author combines his knowledge of medicine, botany and astrology in this book of herbal remedies intended for a strictly English audience: "Being an Astrologo-Physical Discourse of the Vulgur Herbs of this Nation; Containing a Compleat Method of Physick, whereby a man may preserve his body in Health; or Cure himself, being sick, for three pence Charge, with such things only as grow in England, they being most fit for English bodies". Scarce edition, this copy complete including the final advertisement and free endpapers. Full sheep with bore-holes at the outer corners which may at one time have held clasps or ties, [14], 255, [17], [1 adv.], pages. Covers heavily rubbed and scuffed with a small chip to the front joint, joints secure, text block sound, pages evenly age-toned and foxed with some edgewear, small chip to outer margin of page 115/116 barely affecting outer ends of a few lines of text, longer margin chip to page 271/272 just grazing the text edges, rear free endpaper quite loosened but still attached. Name of "Ruth W. Warren, Her Property" on front free endpaper.

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

      Printed by John Streater, James Flesher [etc.], London 1671 - Later green morocco extra gilt, a trifle worn, but quite pretty 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 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poemata Ferdinandi liberi baronis de Furstenberg.

      Apud Danielem Elzevirium 1671 - - Apud Danielem Elzevirium, Amstelodami (Amsterdam) 1671, in 8 (11,5x17,5cm), (24) 343pp. (1), relié. - Edition originale, chez Elzevier. Un titre-frontispice par A. G. Rudolphi. La seconde partie contient les oeuvres poétiques de Theodor Capar Baron de Furtsenberg. Une édition à la BN de France, mais rien à la British Library, et une seule édition dans les catalogues écossais de 1684. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Coiffe supérieure endommagée et manquante. Le prince et baron Ferdinand de Furstenberg (1626-1683) fut à la fois poète, historien et promoteurs des arts, il fut évêque de Munster en Allemagne, et de Paderborn, où son père créa une université. (24) 343pp. (1) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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

      Printed for R. Best and J. Place . . . in Holborn, London 1671 - Modern 1/2 calf, some marginal repairs, cut close; a usable copy 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

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        Novissima et Accuratissima Jamaicae Descriptio

      London 1671 - Fine hand color, excellent with full margins. ¿The prototype for most of the maps of the 17th century and many beyond¿ (Kapp). It was also the first large scale map of Jamaica, and aside from a small outline map, it was the first English map of the island. The map was based on a survey made by order of Sir Thomas Modyford, which was done only a year before this map was published. The island is shown on the map divided into 13 Precincts, 11 of which are named. The names of the landholders in each Precinct are given in the table below the map. It is clear from the map that the southern area of the island around Port Royal was by far the most densely settled part at the time. Unlike most of Ogilby¿s other maps that appeared in his work America, this one originated with Ogilby and was not a re-engraving of a work by Montanus. MCC No. 42, map 13.

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        Francisci toleti e societ.iesv, S.R.E.presbyteri cardinalis

      Lyon 1671 - 1095pp. Etat Correct vu l'age du livre , rousseurs

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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

      Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Abel Rober, John Martin [etc.], London 1671 - Contemporary calf, worn, front board detached, embrowning; sound 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

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        Origines Juridiciales, or Historical Memorials of the English Laws,

      1671. Expanded Edition of Dugdale's Origines Juridiciales Dugdale, William [1605-1686]. Origines Juridiciales, or Historical Memorials of the English Laws, Courts of Justice, Forms of Tryal, Punishments in Cases Criminal, Law-Writers, Law-Books, Grants and Settlements of Estates, Degree of Serjeant, Innes of Court and Chancery. Also a Chronologie of the Lord Chancelors and Keepers of the Great Seal, Lord Treasurers, Justices Itinerant, Justices of the Kings Bench and Common Pleas, Barons of the Exchequer, Masters of the Rolls, Kings Attorneys and Sollicitors, and Serjeants at Law. [London]: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Abel Roper, John Martin, and Henry Herringman, 1671. [viii], 336, [4], 117, [3] pp. Copperplate coats-of-arms and heraldic devices, 6 portrait plates (of Crew, Heath, Clenche, Coke, Hide and Bridgeman). Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13-3/4" x 8-3/4"). Contemporary calf, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece, speckled edges. Moderate rubbing with wear to spine ends and corners, which are bumped, front board just beginning to separate but still quite secure, rear joint starting at ends, rear hinge cracked but secure, early armorial bookplates to front pastedown and verso of title page, front free endpaper detached. Title page printed in red and black. Light toning in places, interior otherwise fresh. * Second edition, with additions. Dugdale's Origines provides a wealth of information about the sources of English law and the early history of English legal institutions, including the Inns of Court, on which it is a chief authority. It is a well-documented work: sources of manuscripts are listed, and, in many instances, the sources of the information for the printed book entries are given. (Chapter 24 is a list of Law-Books and Treatises of Uncertain Times.) Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:22 (13). English Short-Title Catalogue R225633.

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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

      A costa de Juan de San Vicente 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. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Bien.

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        DE NIEUWE EN ONBEKENDE WEERELD: OF BESCHRYVING VAN AMERICA EN 'TZUID-LAND

      Amsterdam: Jacob Meurs, 1671.. Engraved titlepage, [8],585,[27]pp. plus seven portraits, thirty-one double-page plates, large folding hemispheric map, and fifteen double-page maps. Seventy engraved in- text illustrations. Small folio. Modern three quarter speckled calf and marbled boards, red gilt morocco label. [IN WORK WITH HEALD] Expert repair to lower corner of engraved titlepage. Bookplate on front pastedown. Overall quite clean internally. Very good. Correctly called "a classic book on America" by Borba de Moraes, Montanus' narrative contains a wealth of interesting maps and illustrations on both North and South America. The work was later translated into English, with various alterations, by John Ogilby, but this Dutch edition is the true first. The North American section of Montanus contains notable versions of the Blaeu map of New England and New Netherland, as well as versions of the John Smith Virginia and Carolina maps. Among the engravings in the text is one of the first engraved views of New York (the very first, the Van der Donck view, appeared twenty years earlier). There is also a detailed map of Bermuda. There are numerous engraved views of cities and scenes in Mexico and the Caribbean. Much of the second half of the volume is devoted to Brazil, where the Dutch were deeply involved for decades in the 17th century, illustrated with numerous maps and views. The large double-sheet views are excellent and much copied in later publications; but, as Church comments: "The finely executed engravings of this work are especially brilliant in this, the original edition." Howes states that the portrait of the Prince of Nassau, present herein, only appears in the first issue. The large map, credited here to "Gerardum a Schaden," as stated in Borba de Moraes, is also sometimes credited to "Jacobum Meursium," the publisher of the book. One of the most interesting iconographic and cartographic sources of early Americana. CHURCH 613. HOWES M733, "b." ASHER, NEW NETHERLAND 14. SABIN 50086. SERVIES 200. MILES & REESE, AMERICA PICTURED TO THE LIFE 29.

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        Sinus Omnium Sanctoru

      Amsterdam 1671 - A view of the Bay of All Saints, current day Salvador, Bahia in Brazil.This print is from Arnoldus Montanus? Die Nieuwe en onbekende Weereld, published in Amerstdam., Image Size : 275x350 (mm), 10.875x13.75 (Inches), Platemark Size : 285x355 (mm), 11.25x14 (Inches), Paper Size : 305x385 (mm), 12x15.125 (Inches), Hand Colored, Copper Engraving

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        Opera omnia collecta in unum ex libris tum editis, tum mss. Cura & studio unius è S. Mauri Congregatio Monachi Benedictini.

      Paris, Billaine, 1671. - 4to. (16), 473, (11), (4), 232 (but: 230), (14) pp. Woodcut printer's device on t. p. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin with label to spine and blindstamped arms of the Discalced Augustians. Fine Maurine edition (the first complete one) by René-Ambroise Janvier (1613-82), on which that of Migne is based. -From the library of the Vienna Discalced Augustinians with their ms. ownership note (dated 1730) and shelfmarks. Browned unevenly; one slight edge defect (loss of a thumb index). Fine monastic binding insignificantly rubbed; covers slightly warped. Wetzer/Welte IX, 1898. Hoefer XXVI, 363. Not in Goldsmith.

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        De rachitide

      Leiden: Driehuysen & Lopez, 1671. 3. 8vo.Engraved title showing rickety child being treated, [18]427,[1]pp.Text woodcuts. 160 x 95mm. Contemporary vellum, a little rubbed, front hinge needs repair. Tear in engraved title repaired & some browning but a good copy. Third edition of the best account of rickets to date and one of the earliest English books in pediatrics. This edition features a handsome engraved title showing treatment of rickets. See G-M 3729. Waller 3590. Not in Wellcome.

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        SEÑORA. DON PEDRO COLON DE PORTUGAL Y CASTRO.[caption title].

      [Madrid. ]. 1671 - 16 leaves. Folio. Dbd. Upper outer corners numbered in contemporary manuscript. Minute toning at foredge, primarily on first leaf. Overall very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. The petition of Don Pedro Nuño Colon de Portugal, descendant of the explorer, Christopher Columbus, and sixth Duke of Veragua and Marquis of Jamaica, requesting that Mariana of Austria, Queen Regent of Charles II of Spain, make some compensation for the loss of income the Duke had suffered since the British took Jamaica in 1655. Jamaica had been the exclusive fief of the descendants of Columbus since 1536 when it was given as a reward to the family. This document is dated 1671 by the text at the top of the second leaf, where the Duke refers to Spain's cession of Jamaica to Great Britain "last year in 1670." Despite this date, some scholars assert a date of 1672. Since most of the text is devoted to the life of Columbus, the document is, by default, also one of the few early biographies of the explorer. In his argument the Duke puts special emphasis on the tremendous gain Spain received by virtue of his ancestor's discovery. In citing various sources he estimates that within the first 170 years after its discovery, the New World had produced for Spain some one billion, 190 million pesos. Despite these figures, the present heir to Columbus' titles and estates was reduced to an income of sixteen thousand ducats. The Duke mentions no specific amount of compensation that he would like for Jamaica, but points out that Puerto Rico is of approximately the same worth. The last four pages are a glowing description of Jamaica, its towns, people, products, etc., ending with an itemized accounting of just how much rent the island had produced annually for the Duke before the British occupation (40,950 pesos silver). Two years after this petition was printed, the Duke was made the 26th viceroy of New Spain - a fair reward for the loss of Jamaica. His term, however, was short. He reigned only six days before dying in Mexico City. "This is the final petition sent to the throne of Spain, and contains a long account of the various descendants of Columbus and their claims on Spain, an account of Jamaica, and a list of the various dues received from Jamaica" - Maggs. The previously mentioned biographical content of the present document is important. It is possibly an assimilation of the sixteen-page folio manuscript of the life of Columbus written by Juan de Solorzano Pereira, the famous Spanish jurist and fiscal of the Council of the Indies in 1628, responsible for the great work on colonial American law, the POLITICA INDIANA, published in 1629. In that manuscript Solorzano states that it was composed at the request of the Duke's branch of the Columbus family, forty- two years before the present document was printed. The Solorzano manuscript is described in the LeClerc catalogue of 1878 (item 137), along with other documents relating to the Duke's branch of the family. One of the earliest Columbus biographies, married to an eloquent plea by his impoverished heirs. Extremely rare. Palau locates only one copy of the original, at the Real Academia de la Historia. EUROPEAN AMERICANA locates two more (Huntington and British Library). Not on OCLC. The petition was reprinted by the Mill Press in San Francisco in 1992. PALAU 57250. BIBLIOGRAPHIA COLOMBINA, p.190. ENC. UNIV. ILL., Vol. 14, p.248 (Colon de Portugal); Vol. 57, p.198 (Solorzano Pereira). LeCLERC 137 (ref). EUROPEAN AMERICANA 671/85. MEDINA (BHA) 8141. MAGGS BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA 429:322.

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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 - Frontispiece, Titel, 2 Bl. , 286, 422 Seiten 4 Textkupfer und 38 Textholzschnitten. Spiegel und Vorsatz mit handschriftlichen Einträgen (alt), sonst guter fleckenfreier Zustand, feste Bindung Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 2400 21 cm, Pergamenteinband, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt

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        Practicarum quaestionum rerumque iudicatarum liber singularis in nova hac editione Nonnullis ipsiusmet Auctoris additamentis auctus, innumeris praterea mendis purgatus, et distinctis characterum varietate allegationibus ornatius impressus. In quo frequentiores et utiliore controversiae ad Iudicia Principum, Maiorum, Minorumque Magistratuum pertinentes.

      Agnelli., Mediolani. 1671 - In 4°, p. perg. molle, cc.nn. 35 + cc.n. 148. Capilettere. Finaline. Marca tipografica sul retro dell'ultima c.n. e sul front. Gore. La c. n. 133 presenta un piccolo foro che lede 2 parole. Due cc. nn. si presentano semi sciolte.

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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

      London: Printed by J. Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], 1671. Contemporary unlettered calf, lightly rubbed, a very good crisp copy; with the frontispiece of the arms of Charles II preceding the title 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

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        Experimenta circa generationem Insectorum Ad Nobilissimum Virum Carolum Dati.

      Andreae Frisii, Amstelodami (Amsterdam) 1671 - 12mo. [10], 330, [19]pp. Marbled paper wrappers, with handwritten title on title-label. Engraved half-title page and engraved vignette to title-page. Originally published in Florence in 1668, this work records Redi's experiments, which "gave the first real blow to the doctrine of spontaneous generation." Includes 38 engraved plates (10 folding), 2 text-engravings (1 full-page). Some edge wear on wrappers with minor rubbing and chipping along edges. Spine rippled. Sporadic foxing throughout. Previous owner's stamp on free back endpaper. Text in Latin. Wrappers in overall good, interior in very good to near fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        De Re vehiculari veterum libri duo.

      Ex Officina Zunneriana typis Johannis Andreae 1671 - - Ex Officina Zunneriana typis Johannis Andreae, Francofurti (Francfort) 1671, in 4 (21,4x17,5), (6)286pp. et 422pp., Deux parties en un Vol. relié. - Edition originale rare illustrée de 38 bois dans le texte et 4 figures gravées sur cuivre a mi-page (dont une répétée). Un très beau frontispice de Hoos.) Brunet, 29030. Demi veau à dos lisse orné à petits coins. Pièce de titre verte, fleurons et filets en vagues. Reliure fin XVIIIème. Les 2/3 de l'ouvrage ont le texte bruni, souvent fortement. La seconde partie ne comporte pas de page de titre. Jean SCHEFFER (1621-1679) est né à Strasbourg, il fut accueilli en Suède par la reine Christine et nommé bibliothécaire de l'académie et obtint toujours par la protection de la reine la chaire d'éloquence et de droit public à l'université d'Upsala. Il a également écrit une histoire de la Laponie. Le De re vehiculi est l'un de ses ouvrages les plus savants, sur une matière qui ne fut pas souvent étudiée, les moyens de transport sous l'antiquité. C'est l'ouvrage le plus complet sur cette matière. Brunet 29030. (6)286pp. et 422pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Brachilogia de Princepes

      Antonio Craesbeeck de Mello, Lisboa (Lisbon) 1671 - 16mo. 300 (4) pp. Half leather over 19th century mottled boards. Text in Portuguese Spine with gilt. Corners bumped. Some scuffing and peeling to boards. Ex-library copy, with stickers affixed to back cover and a small one to top of spine. Stain to bottom gutter of pages, affecting some text. In fair/good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hierozoicon sive bipertitum opus de animalibus S. Scripturae, cuius pars prior libris IV. De Animalibus in Genere, et de Quadrupedibus Viviparis & Oviparis. Pars Posterior libris VI. De Avibus, Serpentibus, Insectis, Aquaticis & Fabulosis Animalibus agit. 2 Bde. in 1 Band. Frankfurt, Wust für Zunner 1675. Fol. 34 Bll., 1094 Sp., 36 Bll.; 2 Bll., 888 Sp., 31 Bll., mit 1 (ganzs.) gestoch. Porträt, gestoch. Titelvign. und 4 Textholzschnitten., Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Horn-Sch. 1671 - CLC B 1889 - Fück 84 - Tobler 211.- Zweite Ausgabe.- In dem 1633 erstmals in London veröffentlichten Werk, an dem Samuel Bochart (1599-1667) 30 Jahre lang arbeitete, beschreibt er sämtliche in der Bibel erwähnten Tiere.- Die Arbeit stellt einen bedeutenden Schritt westlicher Erforschung arabischen wissenschaftlichen Schrifttums dar, wenn auch im Dienst der Bibelexegese. Bochart, Schüler von Erpenius, "trug in dem mächtigen Folianten alle Nachrichten über die Tiere der Bibel zusammen. Auszüge aus Damiri (Hayát ul Hayawan; vgl. Harting 204), Qazwini, dem Qamus und verschiedenen anderen arabischen Werken nehmen einen breiten Raum ein" (Fück). "Das Hierozoikon ist noch jetzt nicht bloss in zoologisch-historischer, sondern auch in literarischer Beziehung eine unerschöpfliche Fundgrube? (Carus, Geschichte der Zoologie, S. 315).- Ebd. etw. fleckig u. gering berieben, sonst schönes Exemplar.# Second edition.- Encyclopedic work on the zoology of the ancient Middle East, as recorded in the Bible. Bochart considers each animal mentioned in scripture and explores its treatment by ancient Greek, Roman, Arabic, and Hebrew naturalists. Text in Latin, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew, and other Semitic languages. Bound in contemporary vellum, nice copy.

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        Bibliotheca Formada De Los Libros, I Obras Publicadas; De Don Joseph Pellicer De Ossau, y Tovar, Cavallero De La Orden De Santiago. Cronista Maior De España. Contiene El Informe De Su Calidad, I Servicios. La Cronología De Todas Sus Obras Maiores , .(*)

      Gerónimo Vilagrasa, Valencia 1671 - (*) i Menores publicadas, i distinguidas en el espacio de cinquenta años continuos, i con observaciones, i escolios. El apéndice de muchas que no están impressas, y el Catálogo de los Escritores, que hablan dellas, o contra ellas, dentro i fuera de España. Al fin: Suplemento. Madrid, 1676. =4 h. - 4 folios - 12pp. -y 180 folios numerados del 13 al 193. Grabado de la medalla de San Lorenzo en el reverso del folio 59. Folio 33 muy bien restaurado de un pequeño roto en el margen exterior. Muy buen ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XX con una bonita piel jaspeada. Lomera con nervios y florones. =José Pellicer de Ossau Salas y Tovar, (Zaragoza, 1602 - Madrid, 1679), fue un historiador, filólogo y poeta español. Destacó por sus comentarios a la obra poética de Luis de Góngora. Fue Cronista Mayor de Castilla y posteriormente de Aragón, con lo que se le reconoció su labor de historiador. Cultivó asimismo la poesía, en la que adoptó el estilo gongorino. Se le considera uno de los precursores del periodismo en España, con sus Avisos Históricos. José Pellicer ha pasado a la historia de la literatura como comentarista de las obras mayores de Góngora. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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