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        Schardius redivivus sive rerum germanicarum scriptores varii, olim ad Simone Schardio, in IV. tomos collecti, hactenus diu desiderati (.). Vier Teile (so komplett, in einem Band). Mit einer gestochenen, allegorischen Titelvignette, sowie einem Textkupfer im Teil IV [Text Latein].

      Ex Officina Seileriana, Giessen 1673 - 1673. Titelei, 2 Blatt, 445 Seiten; 4 Blatt, 654 [recte: 662] Seiten; 2 Blatt, 174 Seiten; 2 Blatt, 194 Seiten; 28 Blatt Register. Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (Rücken erneuert, Block neu eingehängt, Spiegel und Vorsätze etwas neueren Datums, Titelei im rechten Rand knitterspurig, angestaubt und mit kleinen Fehlstellen, gegen Ende wenig wurmspurig ohne Textverlust, etwas fingerfleckig, . .wenige Seiten mit Eckabriß ohne Textverlust, insgesamt wenig gebräunt und noch gut erhalten). - Umfängliche Sammlung von Äusserungen verschiedener Autoren zum Thema Deutschland, jeweils zur Geographie, Geschichte, Orts- und Landeskunde, Kulturgeschichte etc., von Simon Schardius (1535 - 1573) zuerst 1573 zusammengestellt (das Buch war im Druck, als Schard mit 38 Jahren starb), dann von Hieronymus Thomae (1642 - 1716) hier erneut zum 100. Todestag Schards in ergänzter Form herausgegeben. Schard war eigentlich Jurist und als solcher Beisitzer des Reichskammergerichts. Er verfassste zahlreiche juristische und historische Werke, meist basierend auf schon vorher von Anderen veröffentlichten Schriften, die er durch weitere Exzerpte und Ergebnisse eigener Studien anreicherte. Exzerpiert wurden für das vorliegende Werk (laut ADB eines seiner Hauptwerke) so unterschiedliche Autoren wie: Aegidius Schudius, Andreas Althammer, Joannes Herold, Henricus Glareanus, Heinrich Bebel, Jakob Wympheling, Sebastian Münster, Hieronimus Gebviler, Conrad Celtis, Aeneas Silvius, Georg Spalatinus, Peter Keuler, Johannes Tethinger, Hubert Thomas, Philipp Melanchthon, Willibald Pirckheimer, Jodocus Willichius, Henricus Glarianus, Hartmann Maurus, Hieronymus Balbo, Petrus Divaeus und Georgius Sabinus. Weiter werden aber auch andere Autoren benützt, so etwa Tacitus oder Ulrich von Hutten. - VD 17 39: 122351F - ADB XXX, p. 581 ff. 3600 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die edle Garten-Wissenschafft, Aus Petri Laurembergii Rostochiensis horticultura et appartu plantarum

      - 3 Teile in 1 Band. Endter, Nürnberg 1673. 5 Bl., 340 S., 5 Bl., 6 Bl., 368 S., 13 (v. 14) Bl. mit 21 Kupfertaf. Kl.-8°. Schweinslederband d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen. Etwas berieben u. bestoßen, Bezug teils gering beschäd. Es fehlt der Drucktitel zu Bd. I u. das letzte Bl. Eine Kupfertaf. nur zu Hälfte vorhanden. Einige Kupfer etwas knittrig u. mit kleinen Ausrissen, Schwach wasserrandig. Insgesamt jedoch ordentliches Exemplar dieser Umarbeitung eines der gartentheoretischen Haupftwerke des Barock. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biblia, Die Gantze Heilige Schrifft Alten und Newen Testaments/ Verteutschet Durch Doctor Martin Luther. Mit Lehr-reichen Summarien ueber alle Capitul/ und Ordenlicher Absetzung der Versiculn/ Concordantzen/ Chronologey: Auch underschiedlichen Registern der Historien und Hauptlehren: Sam[m]t Erklaerung der frem[m]den Sprachen Namen/ ec. verbessert/ und mit einer sehr leselichen groben Schrifft gezieret.jetzt das andere mahl also auffgelegt und verfertiget.

      Basel, Emanuel König u. Söhne, 1673 - 2°, Kupfertitel u. zweifarbiges Titelblatt, [52], 519, 202, 122, 247 S., Holzdeckel mit Blindgeprägtem Ldr. d. Zeit, Schliessen fehlen, zahlreiche Initiale und Vignetten, Holzdeckel etwas wurmlöchrig, ein Aussengelenk Leder angeplatzt, Rücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle; Blätter teilw. fleckig 7000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Rehearsal Transpros'd; or, Animadversions upon a late book, instituted, a preface shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of popery

      Printed by J. X. For the Assigns of John Calvin and Theodore Beza, London 1673 - , [2], 1-46, 49-144, 143-190, 193-240, 229-300, 311-322, collated and complete, as ESTC No. 006137653 Second impression, with additions and amendments , boards very loosely held, spine loose and with loss at head and tail, edges of some pages a little tanned but text clear and complete, in fair condition , full marbled calf, raised bands and gilt decoration to spine, marbled edges 12mo, 14 x 8.5 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eydgnossisches Contrafeth Auff- unnd Abnemmender Jungfrawen Helvetiae.Von denn Edlen Ehrenvesten, Vornehmen, Vorsichtigen unnd Weisen Herren, Herren gesambter Burgerschafft Löbl. Statt Zug. Durch offentliche Exhibition den 14. und 15. Sept. Anno 1672 vorgestellt. [.] Componiert, exhibiert und Dediciert durch Johann Caspar Weissenbach, Fürstl. Einsidlischer Raht, und geweßnen Ober-Vogt der Herrschaft Gachnang.

      Zu Zug Getruckt, Bey Jacob Ammon, Im Jahr 1673. - Kl.-8° (15.3 x 9.3 cm). Unpaginiert (152 Bll. + 6 Bll. Anhang mit gest. Musiknoten). Gest. allegor. Front. (etwas gebräunt u. knapp beschnitten, obere Aussenecke mit kleiner Wurmspur), 1 gest. (Falt-) Tafel (rechte, wohl gegengleiche Hälfte fehlt), etwas gest. Buchschmuck. Einfacher HLn.-Einband (Vorderdeckel marginal etwas berieben) um 1900 mit Kleisterpapierbezug. Erste Ausgabe. Seiten gebräunt, eher wenig fleckig, stellenweise unterschiedliche Feuchtigkeitsspuren (Ränder; eher blass und wenig störend, Notenanhang jedoch mehr), einige Lagen im Fussbereich gegen die Bundstege zu mit unterschiedlichen kleineren Wurmspuren (Text kaum störend tangiert). Alters-, Lagerungs- und Gebrauchsspuren, alte u. ältere Besitzervermerke a. Vorsatz u. vord. OFl.Bl, Besitzerstempel d. 20. Jhs. a. neuem fl.B. Gesamthaft sehr ordentliches, relativ gepflegtes Exemplar. VD17 23:267317N ? 1701 und 1702 erschienen bei Franz Leonz Schäll in Zug bzw. Gottfried Hautt Wwe. in Luzern zwei weitere Auflagen. ? Der Autor ist nicht zu verwechseln mit dem Verfasser u.a. einer beachtlichen Biographie von Nikolaus von Flüe, Joseph Anton Weissenbach (1734-1801). - Besitzervermerk od. Widmung: 1. (auf OFl.Bl.) ?Herrn Stadtschreiber Uttiger in Zug empfiehlt sich zu freundlichem Andenken Dr. Rosset von Wiesbaden, Zug den 3. August 1854?; 2. (Stempel) ?Alb. Utinger-Speck 40 Bahnhofstr. Zug?, i.e. Albert Uttinger od. Utinger (Zug 1855?1936 ibid.), kath., von Zug. 1881-83 Hotelier auf dem Zugerberg, 1884 Übernahme des renommierten Hotels Löwen in Zug von seinem Vater. In div. politischen und wirtschaftlichen Ämtern tätig. Utinger projektierte das erste, 1891 in Betrieb genommene Elektrizitätswerk im Lorzentobel und wirkte in den schweizerischen Verbänden der Elektrowirtschaft als Experte. (HLS). 3. (Vorsatzspiegel): krakelige, wenig geübte und dadurch kaum entzifferbare ca. 15-zeilige Handschrift um 1800, schliessend ?zuo zug den [?] october (?) [1804?]? ? Front. und Tafelfragment sind monogrammiert C.M., i.e. wohl Conrad Meyer (Zürich 1618-1689 ibid.; vgl. u.a. SIKART). Das Frontispiz in Kupferradierung zeigt in zeittypisch verquickter Komposition Tells Apfelschuss; die hälftige Tafel mit einer von Trägerfiguren gestützten Arkade stellt wohl eine Freilicht-Teaterszenerie dar. - Die Musiknoten (5 Linien) im Anhang mit Gesangstexten stehen unter dem Titel ?Chor, Lessi, et Cantiones Comoediae, 1672? - Anschliessend an das detaillierte 8seitige Inhaltsverzeichnis (?Compendium?) werden die Rolleninhaber (Akteure) namentlich aufgelistet (7 SS.): ?Begriff aller Herren Actoren sambt dero Stellen, nach dem Alphabet [der Vornamen]? ? ?Zug hat eine alte Theatertradition: Schüleraufführungen im Zeughaus oder in der Zimmerhütte, wandernde Schauspieler, die sich auf primitiven kleinen Bühnen produzieren, Volkstheater unter freiem Himmel. Am 14. und 15. September 1672 wird auf dem Kolinplatz mit größtem Aufwand und Pomp vor über 3000 Zuschauern das ?Eydgnössische Contrafeth? des Zugers Johann Kaspar Weissenbach gesungen und gespielt; die halbe Stadt wirkt mit.? (theatercasino.ch onine). ?? ?[Seine] Gipfelleistung erlebte [auf Schweizer Boden] das Barocktheater im Werk des Zugers Johann Kaspar Weissenbach [.]. [.] Stoff des Stückes ist am ersten Spieltag der Aufstieg der Eidgenossenschaft von der Gründung bis zu den Burgunderkriegen, am zweiten der Abstieg seit der Glaubensspaltung bis zu Weissenbachs Gegenwart; sein Thema dagegen ist der Urgedanke der Schweizer Geschichte, Freiheit und Einheit, und dessen Wandel im Lauf der Zeiten; diesen Sinn schaubar zu machen, reihte der Dichter historische Szenen aneinander und erfüllte sie mit dem Geist der Volksherrschaft.? (Salzer/Tunk I, 3. Aufl. 1972, p. 416). ? ?Lassen die ersten beiden Akte die ideale Schau des eidgenössischen Gemeinwesens in der Entstehungsgeschichte bis zum dreizehnörtigen Bund lebendig werden, so erlebt Helvetia im dritten Akt den leisen Einzug des Ungemachs. [.] Der vierte und fünfte Akt zeigen dann die Wirkung der [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historia de los hechos del Serenissimo Señor Don Ivan de Avstria en el principado de Cataluña. (Prima Parte, mehr nicht erschienen!).

      Saragossa, Diego Dormer 1673. - Mit gest. Portrait Don Juan des Austria von Nanteuil. 6 Bll. (le. w.), 458 S., 1 w. Bl. Flexibler Prgt. d. Zt. Folio. Palau 86150; Salvá 2932; Jimenez Catalan 838. - Verfasser des König Karl II. gewidmeten Werks war "Criado de Su Magestad, y Official Mayor de Lenguas de la Secretarias de Estado, y Guerra de Su Alteza". - Erste und einzige Ausgabe der sehr detaillierten Beschreibung der Geschehnisse um den Feldzug des Don Juan de Austria 1652 in Katalonien, mit vielen Informationen über militärische Manöver, Strategie und Taktik. - Einband gewellt und etwas fleckig, vorne vom Buchblock gelöst, ohne die beiden Schließbänder. Gebräunt und stockfleckig, Titel mit Ausbesserungen und Tilgung der Worte "Prima Parte", allerdings ist tatsächlich nicht mehr erschienen. Das weiße Schlussblatt mit Notizen von alter Hand.

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        Receuïl de lions dessinés d'apres nature par Rembrandt et B. Picart qui les a gravés en 1728.[Paris?, ca. 1742] (engraved 1728). Oblong 8vo (12.5 x 19 cm). With 11 (of 12) prints in a series numbered F1-F12 (plate size 7 x 11 cm), all engraved by Bernard Picart after drawings made by himself (1-3, from life), Rembrandt (5-11) and Paulus Potter (12). Lacking print F4 (drawn by Picart) Separate leaves, side stitched through 2 holes.

      Cf. Cat. Rijksmuseum I, p. 160; http://schatkamers.bibliotheek.rotterdam.nl (search on "lions"); Thieme-Becker 26, 572. Beautiful and refined print series engraved by Bernard Picart (Le Romain, Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733), a leading artist-engraver of his day, each print depicting a lion standing, reclining or eating, after drawings or prints by Rembrandt (7), Paulus Potter (1) and Bernard Picart himself (3 of 4). Picart's are explicitly described as "ad vivam del." (drawn from life). Picart was a celebrated French artist who came to Holland in 1710 where he lived and worked in Amsterdam from 1711 to his death in 1733. He was a pupil of his father and he worked in Paris together with F. Chéreau. The title-print explicitly says Picart engraved the series in 1728, and the presence of the title on print F1 suggests that the series was issued on its own, perhaps originally without the letter F for the series. Picart himself also published it in a larger series the following year, with a letterpress title-page (Recueil de lions ... Divisé en six livres chacun de six feuilles) bearing a 1729 Amsterdam imprint, a 6-page letterpress "avis", an additional title-print also dated 1729 and giving the place of publication as Amsterdam, and 42 prints on 36 leaves (A1-6, B1-6, C1-6, D1-6, E1-6, F1-12, the F series with 2 prints on each leaf). The present copy is printed on French paper, with only small pieces of the watermark and countermark visible (diifficult to identify) but with a clear watermark date "1742" visible in several leaves. Though French papermakers continued to use the date 1742 for a few years, it gives a fairly close date for the present printing.With a contemporary owner's name on the back of the last print: Paul Dau. Lacking print 4 and with some spots and a minor water stain in print 1, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. Picart's lion engravings, including 7 after Rembrandt.

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        Les dix livres d'architecture de Vitruve, corrigez et traduits nouvellement en Français, avec des notes et des figures, par Claude Perrault

      - A Paris chez Jean Baptiste Coignard 1673, In-folio relié plein veau brun, dos à nerfs trés décoré, piéce de titre de maroquin rouge. Trés beau frontispice par S. Le Clerc, 65 superbes planches gravées + nombreuses figures dans le texte. 16 pages pour l'Epistre et la Préface + 325 pages + 14 pages pour la table des matiéres, une page pour le Privilége du Roy. Ex libris (non identifié) + ex libris manuscrit Paul de PURY, Architecte à Neuchatel + ex libris au tampon William MAYOR, Architecte à Neuchatel). Edition originale de la traduction de Claude PERRAULT. Restauration à la reliure. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vera Concilii Tridentini Historia contra falsam Petri Suavis Polani narrationem scripta e asserta

      s.e., Antverpiae 1673 - Piccolo strappetto al dorso qualche macchiolina alla copertina vecchio timbro d\'appartenenza alla prima bianca Grande incisione al primo frontespizio incisa da Philipp Kilian capilettere frontalini e finalini xilografati (6) + 296 + (22) 297 + (27) 326 + (20) p. 3 voll in 1 tomo in-folio p.perg coeva titoli manoscritti al dorso

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        Dell'Istoria della Compagnia di Giesù. L'Italia. Prima parte dell'Europa descritta.

      Presso il Varese,, in Roma, 1673 - In-folio (cm. 35), pp. (4) 534 (8). Emblema gesuita al frontespizio. Solida legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena con fregi in oro e titolo in oro su doppio tassello al dorso. Qualche fioritura e brunitura usuale, peraltro esemplare genuino e marginoso. Timbro di duplicato di biblioteca in data 1816. Prima edizione della parte dedicata all'Italia della grande storia della Compagnia di Gesù del Bartoli, che, in quanto storiografo ufficiale di tale ordine, poté attingere alle fonti originali e a molti materiali inediti. L'opera, scrisse il Belloni, "trascende i limiti d'una storia particolare delle vicende della Compagnia, per diventare una specie di storia universale". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Magnum Bullarium Romanum a B. Leone Magno Usque ad Clementem X, Opus

      1673. A Lavish Collection of Papal Legislation Illustrated Throughout with 240 Copperplates Cherubini, Laertio. Cherubini, Angelo Maria, Primary Editor. Magnum Bullarium Romanum a B. Leone Magno Usque ad S.D.N. Clementem X, Opus Absolutissimum Laertii Cherubini & D. Angelo Cerubino, Novissime Vero a RR. PP. Agelo a Lantusca, & Ioanne Paulo a Roma, Ordinis Minorum S. Francisci Strictioris Observantiae, Quinti Tomi Editione Illustratum, & Auctum. Quinque Tomis Distributa: Ubitis & Iconibus Aeneis Omnium Pontificum Decorata: In qua non Solum Constitutiones Omnes S.D.N. Urbani VIII. Quotquot Reperiri Potuerunt, Ordine Temporis Insertae, Appendicesque Duae Suis Locis Restitutae; Verum & S.D.N. Innocentii X. Alexandri VII. Clementis IX. & Clementis X. Constitutiones Usque ad Hanc Diem Emanatae, Sunt Superaddita, Suis Rubricis & SCholiis Convenientibus, Summariisque Marginalibus Exornatae, Ac Tandem Uberioribus Quam Antea Indicibus Locupletatae. Lyons: Sumpt. Laurentii Arnaud, & Petri Borde, 1673. Five volumes in four books. Main text in parallel columns. 240 copperplate portraits of Saint Peter and subsequent popes throughout, a few copperplate text illustrations. Folio (15-1/4" x 9-3/4"). Contemporary vellum with later vellum rebacking, raised bands and hand-lettered titles to spines, endpapers renewed. Some staining to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine ends and corners. Title pages, all with large copperplate vignettes, printed in red and black, copperplate vignette to head of dedication, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning, occasional light foxing, some leaves have dampstaining to margins, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplates to front pastedowns. An impressive set. * With subject topical indexes. Conceived as a supplement to the Corpus Juris Canonici, the Bullarium is a comprehensive collection of papal bulls and other decrees from St. Peter through Clement X, the pope when this edition was published. Each entry is headed by a copperplate portrait and brief biography. The indexes are notably detailed and useful. The first edition was published in 1586. Later editions of this collection, all updated, were issued into the late nineteenth century. Unofficial works produced to assist canonists, each edition is notable because the choice of materia

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        SANDYS TRAVELS, CONTAINING AN HISTORY OF THE ORIGINAL AND PRESENT STATE OF THE TURKISH EMPIRE ... THE MAHOMETAN RELIGION AND CEREMONIES: A DESCRIPTION OF CONSTANTINOPLE ... ALSO, OF GREECE, WITH THE RELIGION AND CUSTOMS OF THE GRECIANS

      London: Printed for John Williams, 1673.. [4],240pp. Folio. Old calf. Engraved extra title, folding map and folding panorama. Engraved maps and vignettes in text. Binding worn and broken, significant tanning at edges, engraved title torn at lower gutter, small burn holes in E5, F3 and T5, small stains to N3-4, marginal tidemarks and short tears elsewhere; a complete but heavily used copy, with provenance. The seventh edition of this classic of 17th century travel literature, first published in 1615. With the ownership signature on the front pastedown, dated 1844, of poet, abolitionist, diplomat and critic, James Russell Lowell. There are a few scattered pencil annotations in the margins, none of such substance as to be attributed with certainty. With an earlier signature, dated 1684, on the engraved title, the 1912 signature of Esther Lowell Cunningham on the free endsheet, and an earlier owner's pencil note of acquisition via Goodspeed's, in 1949 ($7.50). Lowell's ownership inscription dates from the year of his marriage. "Sandys travelled to the Levant in 1610, spending a year in Turkey, Palestine and Egypt. His observations first appeared in 1615 and his text was soon regarded as a special authority on the Levant" - Blackmer (Sale) Catalogue. ESTC R18550. WING S680. BLACKMER (SALE) 297 (2nd ed). BLACKMER 1484 (2nd ed).

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        Trabaios de Iesus que compuso el Venerable Padre.... de la Orden de los Eremitas de San Agustin de la Provincia de Portugal, estando cautivo en Berberia. Traduzidos de la lengua portuguesa por Christoval Ferreyra y Sampayo. Tomo Segundo

      Barcelona, por Jacinto Andreu, Impressor, a la calle de Santo Domingo, a costa de Jacinto Azcona, Antonio Ferrer y Juan Payssa, Libreros, 1673. 4to.; 2 hs., 360 pp. (numeradas de 403 a 763 pp.), 9 hs. Enc. del XIX en media piel y cartoné.

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        The grand concern of England explained; in several proposals offered to the consideration of the Parliament. 1. For payment of publick debts. 2. For advancement and encouragement of trade. 3. For raising the rents of lands. In order whereunto, it is proved necessary, I. That a stop be put to further buildings in and about London. II. That the gentry be obliged to live some part of the year in the countrey. III. That registers be setled in every county. IV. That an Act for naturalizing all foreign Protestants, and indulging them, and His Majestie's subjects at home, in matters of conscience, may be passed. V. That the Act prohibiting the importation of Irish cattel, may be repealed. VI. That brandy, coffee, mum, tea, and chocolata, may be prohibited. VII. that the multitude of stage-coaches and caravans may be suppressed. VIII. That no leather may be exported un-manufactured. IX. That a Court of Conscience bet setled for Westminster, and all the suburbs of London, and in every city and corporation in Engla

      London, printed in the year, 1673. 4to., (2) + 92 (i.e. 62) + (2)pp., including the final blank I4 but without the initial blank (A1), very light dampstain on a leaf or two at beginning and end, but a very good crisp copy now well bound in old-style quarter calf over marbled boards, spine gilt with raised bands and label. Very scarce. Wing G.1491. Goldsmiths 2026. Kress 1338. Massie 905. A veritable manifesto touching on most of the social and economic issues of the day, some of the author's proposals being controversial to say the least, others close to revolutionary. Although the author's purpose was revenue-raising for the crown, the amount of detail contained in this set of proposals makes this perhaps one of the best published portraits of life just after the Restoration, particularly in respect of wages, prices, living and travel costs and so forth. For some comments by a modern scholar, see, e.g. Joyce Appleby's Economic thought and ideology in 17th century England> (1978), pp.146, 189 & 215.

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        Anatome. Ex omnium Veterum Recentiorumque Observationibus. Imprimis Institutionibus b. m. Parentis Caspari Bartholini ad circulationem harvejanam et vasa lymphatica quartum renovata. Cum iconibus novis & Indicibus

      Ex Officina Hackiana, Lugduni Batavorum 1673 - Ex libris al contropiatto una tavola sezionata a metˆ lievi e naturali fioriture sparse Frontespizio calcografico firmato 'Appelmans sculp.' recante data 1674. Ritratto dell'Autore firmato 'Henr. Ditmer pinx. G. Appelmans sculp.' Iniziali e fregi xilografici. Questa edizione si arricchisce di quaranta tavole in pi rispetto alla precedente (32) + 807 + (16) con 120 tavv n.t. alcune delle quali ripiegate p. - in-8

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        The anatomical exercises . . . concerning the motion of the heart and blood. 2nd English ed

      London: Richard Lowndes, 1673. Harvey, William (1578-1657). The anatomical exercises . . . concerning the motion of the heart and blood. With the preface of Zachariah Wood . . . To which is added, Dr. James de Back, his discourse of the heart . . . 8vo. [24], 107, [21], 16, 13-172pp. London: Richard Lowndes . . . and Math. Gilliflower, 1673. 168 x 105 mm. Modern paneled calf gilt in antique style. Title-leaf reinforced, gutter margins of first few leaves unobtrusively repaired, minor dampstaining and foxing, a few ink spots, but on the whole very good. Second edition in English of Harvey?s De motu cordis (1628), the landmark work in which Harvey set forth his discovery and experimental proof of the circulation of the blood. This second English edition is a reprint of the first edition in English of 1653, which Keynes described as ?a vigorous, if unpolished, version of Harvey?s book in contemporary language? (Keynes, Bibliography of the Writings of Dr. William Harvey [3rd ed.], p. 27). Keynes, Harvey, 20. Wing H1084.

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        THE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF TWO ARITHMETICK INSTRUMENTS. Together with a short treatise, explaining and demonstrating the ordinary operations of arithmetick. As likewise, a Perpetual Almanack, and several useful Tables.

      London: printed, and are to be sold by Moses Pitt at the White-Hart in Little-Britain, 1673.Presented to His Most Excellent Majesty Charles II. King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, &c. By S. Morland. FIRST EDITION 1673, small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, PORTRAIT AND 4 PLATES WHICH SHOW CALCULATING DEVICES, ARE MISSING, IT SEEMS THAT THE 4 PLATES WERE ON 1 LARGE FOLDING PLATE WHICH WAS OFTEN CUT UP AND PASTED TO THE BLANK SIDE OF OTHER PAGES, portrait now supplied in slightly tinted modern facsimile, present are 2 TITLE PAGES, the second dated 1672 and headed "A New, and most useful INSTRUMENT for ADDITION and SUBSTRACTION of Pounds, Shillings, Pence, and Farthings", Invented and Presented to His most Excellent Majesty CHARLES 11, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, 1666. By S.Morland. And by the importunity of his very good friends, made publick 1672", 6 engraved plates, showing mechanical parts, the first printed on the reverse of the second title page, and on the reverse of pages 1 - 5, pagination: 1 - [7], Machina Nova Cyclologica, A New Multiplying Instrument, pages [8] - 12; A Short Discourse Concerning Numbring, 4 engraved plates, pages 13 - 78, (some mispagination, all catch words correct), the 4 engraved plates are printed on the verso of pages 23, 30, 37, and 45; An Explantion of the Perpetual Almanack, with engraved frontispiece, pages 1 - 5, 3 printed tables, 6 engraved tables, G1 placed before the engraved tables and G2 follows tables and small folding table inserted after G2, pages [1 - 9], [21 tables], 1 - 16, bottom of last page "Ex. by me, Jonas Moore", collation: A - F8 ( - F8), A - A4, G - G8 ( - G8), B8, *8, G1 is misplaced amongst the tables of the Almanack, it is normally found after F7 or F8, F8 and G8 are often missing, they were both cancels. All known copies seem to vary in their make - up, position of plates and have erratic pagination. Bound in full early sheep, expertly rebacked to style with blind rules and no lettering or label. Corners very slightly worn, covers slightly rubbed, armorial bookplate of the 9th Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshall of England 1732 - 1777 on front pastedown, neat inscription dated 1907 in top margin of title page: "bought this off B. Quaritch on the first day of opening his new shop at 11 Grafton Street, 10 June 1907", title page very slightly trimmed at edges, tiny piece missing from corner of A3, tiny neat repair to fore - edge of A5 and slight loss of margin on A5v due to the page being slightly misprinted, no loss of image, 2 tiny worm tracks in the lower margin of G4 - B1, continuing as 2 minute holes to the final leaf, very slighly touching the numbers in the tables on G5, larger tracks on rear endpaper and pastedown, 1 margin has a small closed tear neatly repaired. A good clean copy with facsimile portrait, as noted. Considered to be the first book in English on a calculating machine. The first part describes "two early 'pocket' calculators, with gear wheels operated by a stylus, the first for addition and subtraction of sums of money, the second for multiplication and extraction of roots." - Honeyman Scientific Books and Manuscripts, Part V, 2257; "The final 16 pages contain "A table shewing the beginning of every kings reign, from the Conquest...", "Advice touching the posts, and roads...", "Forreign weights and measures" - Sotheby's Catalogue of the Macclesfield Collection, Part V, 1451. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and Aulus Persius Flaccus translated and illustrated, as well with sculpture as notes By Barten Holyday

      Oxford: W. Downing for F. Oxlad Senior, J. Adams, and F. Oxlad Junior, 1673. Hardcover. First Barten Holyday translation of Juvenal. Folio. pp. [12], 341, [3]. Including 49 engraved illustrations with the notes and 4 fold out plates. The first title page is printed in red and black. The ?"Satyres of Flaccus?" contains a separate title [Oo3]. Oddly, the notes or ?"illustrations to the first satyre?" appear on p. 82 following the fifth satire and its accompanying notes. The pages in signatures P and Q are bound out of order, but all is accounted for. No vertical half-title is present on the last leaf. Bound in full period calf (showing rubbing and wear) with blind stamped panels on the front and rear covers. Spine head and tail caps are neatly restored. An armorial bookplate (dated 1810) is pasted on the inside front cover. Interior pages are generally clean with occasional light marginal spotting. Barten Holyday?'s English translation of Persius Flaccus was first published in 1616. However, his translation of Juvenal was only published posthumously (1673) by his step-son William Dewey along with a reissue of the Persius translation. Holyday produced an almost literal translation of Juvenal?'s works. The English poet John Dryden praised Holyday (in a backhanded way) for the accuracy of his work while at the same time criticizing him for his inability to capture Juvenal?'s poetic voice. The extensive commentaries, however, contain much scholarly information. The engraved illustrations depict various classical scenes, artifacts and architecture. Decimus Junius Juvenalis was a Roman poet and satirist writing at the dawn of the second century c.e. His 16 satires mock the corruption, licentiousness, crime and greed of Roman society in his day. Aulus Persius Flaccus was a Stoic satirist of the first century c.e. who?'s satires are known to have contained veiled and unflattering references to the Roman emperor Nero. [ESTC R12290; Moss II, p 170; Schweiger II, p. 515].

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        Vida de San Felipe Neri Florentin, presbytero secular, Fundador de la Congregación del Oratorio. Traducida por el Doctor Don Luis Crespi de Borja.

      Valencia, en casa de los herederos de Chryssostomo Garriz, por Bernardo Noguès, véndese en casa de Benito Durand, 1673. - 4to.; 8 hs., 313 pp., 11 hs. Encuadernación de época en pergamino.

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        England's Improvement Reviv'd: in a Treatise of all manner of Husbandry & Trade by Land and Sea.

      Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Benjamin Southwood; and Israel Harrison, London 1673 - England's improvement reviv'd : in a treatise of all manner of husbandry & trade by land and sea. Plainly discovering the several ways of improveing all sorts of waste and barren grounds, and enriching all earths; with the natural quality of all lands, and the several seeds and plants which most naturally thrive therein. Together with the manner of planting all sorts of timber-trees, and under-woods, with two several chains to plant seeds or sets by; with several directions to make walks, groves, orchards, gardens, planting of hops and good fences; with the vertue of trees, plants, and herbs, and their physical use; with an alphabet of all herbs growing in the kitchin, and physick-gardens; and physical directions. Also, the way of ordering cattel, with several observations about sheep, and choice of cows for the dairy . : with many other remarks never before extant / Experienced in thirty years practise, and digested into six books, by John Smith, gent. Published for the common good. Sm. Quarto. [14] 270pp. [161-168] numbered 141-148. cut close at head one leaf, light brownig. Contemporary calf [corners worn] rebacked to match. Second edition (first published in 1670).Contemporary Barional Book-plate Alex Thistlethwayte. 'Besides dealing with Forestry, the book is concerned with livestock and the reclamation of waste land. Goldsmiths 2032. Kress S.4093. A Good Copy.

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        Theatrum funebre exhibens per varias scenas epitaphia nova antiqua seria EDITION ORIGINALE

      Salisburgi (Salzbourg): sumpt & typis Joannis Baptistae Mayr, 1673. Fine. sumpt & typis Joannis Baptistae Mayr, Salisburgi (Salzbourg) 1673, in 4 (19,8x15,5cm), (8) 216 pp, 186 pp., deux parties en un volume relié. - First Edition. Rare. A copy of the BN France and Bristol in England, another in catalogs del Germany from the west. A second edition will be launched in 1675 with two new parties. 2 beautiful frontispieces Full Vellum later. As part of the twentieth and black endpapers also. Lace worm on the first 2 pages and last 5. Scattered spots. Otto Aicher (1628-1705), Benedictine and professor, was an Austrian playwright, professor of rhetoric and a grammarian, but also a historian, he brings together in this book epitaphs of all time, including Roman emperors and kings, the whole forming a scene of death as epitaphs are like voices from beyond the grave, the epitaph is the latest sign that the dead leave to posterity. Very interesting to measure the ratio for death in the story. Brunet I, 118. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. Un exemplaire à la BN de France et un à Bristol en Angleterre, un autre dans les catalogues del' Allemagne de l'ouest. Une seconde édition verra le jour en 1675 avec 2 nouvelles parties. 2 très beaux frontispices Reliure en plein vélin postérieur. Pièce de titre XXe noire et pages de garde également. Dentelles de ver sur les 2 premières pages et les 5 dernières. Rousseurs éparses. Otto Aicher (1628-1705), bénédictin et professeur, fut un dramaturge autrichien, un professeur de rhétorique et un grammairien, mais également un historien, il rassemble dans ce livre des épitaphes de tous les temps, notamment des empereurs romains et des rois, l'ensemble constituant un théâtre de la mort car les épitaphes sont comme les voix d'outre-tombe, l'épitaphe étant le dernier signe que les morts laissent à la postérité. Très intéressant pour mesurer le rapport à la mort au cours de l'histoire. Brunet I, 118.

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        Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire de France

      à Amsterdam: Chez Abraham Wolfgang, 1673. Fine. Chez Abraham Wolfgang, à Amsterdam 1673-1674, in-12 (9,5x15,5cm), (12) 414pp. (1f. bl.) (24) et (4) 415-847pp. (20) et (4) 351pp. (26) et (2) 351-723pp. (26) et (4) 357pp. (1f. bl.) (42) et (4) 453pp. (1f. bl.) (32), 6 volumes reliés. - Edition adorned with numerous portraits. The frontispiece title and the author's portrait is missing. Binders of the time in full vellum. spine smooth with titres in pen. Beautiful copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition ornée de très nombreux portraits. Le titre frontispice et le portrait de l'auteur sont manquants. Reliures de l'époque en plein vélin. Dos lisses présentant des titres à la plume. Bel exemplaire.

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        Biblia, Die Gantze Heilige Schrifft Alten und Newen Testaments/ Verteutschet Durch Doctor Martin Luther. Mit Lehr-reichen Summarien ueber alle Capitul/ und Ordenlicher Absetzung der Versiculn/ Concordantzen/ Chronologey: Auch underschiedlichen Registern der Historien und Hauptlehren: Sam[m]t Erklaerung der frem[m]den Sprachen Namen/ ec. verbessert/ und mit einer sehr leselichen groben Schrifft gezieret...jetzt das andere mahl also auffgelegt und verfertiget..

      Basel, Emanuel König u. Söhne, 1673. 2°, Kupfertitel u. zweifarbiges Titelblatt, [52], 519, 202, 122, 247 S., Holzdeckel mit Blindgeprägtem Ldr. d. Zeit, Schliessen fehlen, zahlreiche Initiale und Vignetten, Holzdeckel etwas wurmlöchrig, ein Aussengelenk Leder angeplatzt, Rücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle; Blätter teilw. fleckig Preis in CHF: 950.

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        Historia Provinciae Paraquariae Societatis Jesu. -

      Leodii (Lüttich): Hovi 1673,. 19 Bll. (von 20), 390 Seiten, 10 Bll., goldgeprägter Lederband der Zeit auf sechs echten Bünden, reiche Rückenvergoldung, die Deckel mit goldgeprägten breiten Bordüren aus Fleuron-Einzelstempeln, Goldschnitt, 33 x 20,5 cm. Erste und einzige Ausgabe der Beschreibung von Paraguay, der indigenen Völker, der Jesuitenmission, etc. von Nicola del Techo (1611-1685). - In lateinischer Sprache. - Der Titel in zweifarbigem Druck und mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke (Schlangenfrau in einem Baum, darunter ein Totenkopf und das Motto "Cavete"). Die Druckermarke wiederholt sich auf dem letzten Blatt. - Auf dem vorderen Spiegel das Exlibris des französischen Kritikers und Übersetzers Fernand Henry (Engel mit Waage und Büchern und dem Wortspiel "Libra"/"Librum"). - Es fehlt der schlichte typographische Vortitel (der als Photokopie beiliegt). - Deutlich berieben und bestoßen, der Rücken in den Gelenken rissig und fixiert, Kopf und Fuß mit Ausbrüchen; die Deckel mit zahlreichen Schnittspuren (der hintere Deckel dadurch mit unschönen Fehlstellen im Leder). Innen mehrere Besitzvermerke, teils von alter Hand. Zum Teil minimal angerändert. Sonst ordentliches, innen sehr gutes Exemplar auf gutem Papier..

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        THE WORKS OF Sr WILLIAM DAVENANT Kt CONSISTING OF THOSE WHICH WERE FORMERLY PRINTED, AND THOSE WHICH HE DESIGN'D FOR THE PRESS: NOW PUBLISHED OUT OF THE AUTHORS ORIGINALL COPIES

      London: Printed by T. N. for Henry Herringman, 1673. First collected edition. Contents quite clean and sound with very minimal foxing, the covers with some wear and a minor gouge, also quite clean and sound, very good or better. First collected edition. Folio. (viii), 402p, (iv), 486p, 111p, + portrait frontispiece engraved by W. Faithorne after John Grenhill. Separate title page for "The Siege of Rhodes". Bound by Bedford in full period speckled calf with marbled endpapers, the spine richly gilt with two leather title labels gilt, triple gilt fillet cover frames, dentelles, all edges stained yellow. Rebacked with original spine laid down (late 19th to early 20th century). With the engraved bookplate of the Earl of Cromer (Evelyn Baring) and the lithographed bookplate of D. L. James designed by Austin Osman Spare. Old catalogue slip tipped on to the free endpaper. Sir William D'Avenant was appointed Poet Laureate in 1638. He was said to be the illegitimate son of William Shakespeare, who may have stood as William's Godfather. (See Dictionary of National Biography. Vol. V, pp. 551-558.) Davenant wrote a Shakespeare adaptation: Macbeth, A Tragedy: With all the Alterations, Amendments, Additions, and New Songs. As it is now Acted at the Theatre Royal, 1687. (See Forzheimer 914.). Davenent's "The Siege of Rhodes" was actually the first English opera,. "The professional theatre flourished briefly under the management of William D'Aevnant, who in 1656 presented a five-act work entirely in music, The Siege of Rhodes... presented as "A representation by the art of Prospective in Scenes and the Story sung in recitative Musick'". Grout. A Short History of Opera. Columbia, University Press, 1969. p. 136. Wing D320.

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        Opere scelte di Ferrante Pallavicino cioè...

      Elzevier 1673 Opere scelte di Ferrante Pallavicino cioè: La Pudicitia schernita - La Rettorica delle Puttane composta conforme li precetti di Cipriano... - Il Divortio Celeste, cagionato dalle dissolutezze della Sposa Romana - Il Corriero Svaligiato publicato da Ginifaccio Spironcini... - Baccinata, ovvero Battarella per le Api Barberine - La Disgratia del Conto d' Olivarez - La Rete di Vulcano - L' Anima di Ferrante Pallavicino vigilia prima e viglia seconda. Di nuovo ristampato, corretto et aggiuntovi la Vita dell' Autore, e la Continuatione del Corriere. Ferrante, Pallavicino. In Villafranca, (Amsterdam, Elzevier),1673. 10 parti in un volume in - 12°, piena pelle coeva, dorso a 4 nervi con titolo in oro. 9 frontespizi: 1 f. bianco, x, 76, 124, 72, 588, con capilettera ornati, testatine e finaletti. Bell' esemplare di questa rara edizione contenente la >. Brunet, IV, 327. Gay, III, 576. Willems, 1487: Des trois éditions de Pallavicino données par les Elzeviers, celle - ci est la plus complète et la plus estimée...

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        Die Versuchung des heiligen Antonius.

      . Radierung, auf Velin. 21,5:31,5 cm. Toniger Abdruck mit winzigem Rändchen um die Plattenkante, etwas fleckig. Provenienz: Sammlung Agostino Catroni, Mailand, nicht bei Lugt.. Der unbekannte Radierer orientierte sich zweifellos an ähnlichen Motiven von Claude Gillot (1673-1722).

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        Traité de la noblesse des Capitouls de Toulouse

      Fourth edition, after the original appeared in 1673.Contemporary binding in full red morocco ornate. Back with five nerves ornate gilded nets and florets and a room as black morocco. Large gold lace framing boards. Fine gold lace (40 min width) in coaching contreplats; irons spandrel of exceptional complexity. All edges gilt. Beautiful richly bound copy.Head cap expertly restored and a bit.History of Toulouse Capitouls from their Roman origin. This study in which the author makes many assumptions establishes a history of the city of Toulouse gifted many valuable information. The author has gathered numerous documents, drawing historians proof of the nobility of the Capitouls.Rare copy richly drawn in red morocco of the time. Aux dépens de Jean-François Forest A Toulouse (circa 1720) in-4 (19x26cm) (1f. tit.) (1f. avert.) 204pp. (2f. tab.) (1f. priv.) relié

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        Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and Aulus Persius Flaccus, Translated and Illustrated, As well with Sculpture as Notes

      Oxford: Printed by W. Downing for F. Oxlad, Senior, J. Adams, and F. Oxlad, Junior, 1673. First combined edition in English . Small folio, [12], 341, & [3] pp. (including the final leaf with longitudinal title on verso), plus engraved folding map & 3 engraved plates (one folding), with numerous woodcut and engraved text illustrations. Contemporary calf rebacked at a later date (mid 19th century?), preserving original gilt-lettered maroon morocco spine label. Binding well worn: both boards detached, quite rubbed & scuffed, with shallow loss at the base of the spine. Bookplates of John Wingfield Larking & F.H. Bulis at the front pastedown, bookplate of D. L. James (designed & initialled by English artist & occultist, Austin Osman Spare) at front free endpaper & rear pastedown, pp. 291/292 (P 2) bound out of place (following pp. 294), one leaf (T 3) with small loss in the upper margin, light small stain in the upper margin diminishing through p. 29, occasional modest foxing, moderate toning mostly in the margins, still an internally attractive example which would benefit from the attentions of a binder. Beautifully printed & illustrated, the primary title page in red & black, Juvenal provides a vital source for the study of ancient Rome, particularly if one enjoys poetry in dactylic hexameter. Although continuously paginated, "Aulus Persius Flaccus, His Satyres" has a separate title page, albeit printed in black only. The satires, imbued with a "stoic wisdom and a strong criticism for the abuses of his contemporaries," are preceded by a biography by the translator. Wing J1276.

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        The description and use of two arithmetick instruments. Together with a short treatise, explaining and demonstrating the ordinary operations of arithmetick. As likewise, a perpetual almanack, and several useful tables. Presented to His most excellent Majesty Charles II. King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, &c.

      London: printed, and are to be sold by Moses Pitt, 1673 - Small octavo (143 × 90 mm). Modern period-style sheep by Bernard Middleton, double gilt rules, red morocco spine label, marbled endpapers.gh From the library of French mathematician Michel Chasles (1793-1880), with the original front wrapper of his binding bound in at the front, with "S. Morland 1673" on the recto in Chasles's hand and his bookplate on the verso, above a note of acquisition in another hand "acheté a la vente Chasles samedi 9 juillet 1881". Occasional browning and spotting, old repaired tear on B4 affecting a few letters but not the sense. Frontispiece portrait of the author, with added title page [A2] dated 1672 (A new, and most useful instrument for addition and substraction of pounds, shillings, pence, and farthings); collates A-F8 (-F8) G8 (-G8) A-B8 *8. With 6 engraved plates printed on versos of first A2-6 and 4 folding engraved plates pasted to the versos of A8 and B1-3, folding letterpress table bound between G2 and G3, tables in the text. First edition of the first book in English on a mechanical calculating machine, and the first separate work on the subject since Napier's Rabdologiae (1617). Nothing more of any significance was published in English on calculating machines until Babbage in the nineteenth century. Morland (1625-1695) was at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he tutored an unimpressed Samuel Pepys, before accompanying an embassy in 1653 to the court of Queen Kristina of Sweden, a noted patron of the sciences. It is here that Morland most likely became acquainted with Pascal's calculating machine (Pascal had presented an example to Kristina in 1649). The first of the two "arithmetick instruments" described here is Morland's adding machine, a modification of Pascal's calculator: "A compact little apparatus made in brass 4 in by 3 in and less than ¼ in thick, consisting of two sets of wheelworks, divided and numbered, with a counting disc, addition effected by turning the wheels clockwise, and subtraction by turning them anti-clockwise". This survives in a few examples in museums. The second instrument was his multiplier, which is illustrated in the second series of plates. This operated on the same principle as Napier's bones, except that the rods now became wheels. The machine also served for the extraction of square, cube and square-square roots. One surviving example of this known in a museum in Florence. Morland also invented a perpetual almanac, which forms an addendum to this book. Morland's ingenious inventions earned him the patronage of Charles II, who gave him the title of "Master of Mechanicks" in 1681. The book is unusually complex and unstable in make-up, with the plates either printed directly or some plates printed as illustrations and cut out and pasted in place. Our copy has a full complement of plates and text leaves, except for the cancels G8 and F8. All copies apparently lack the cancel G8, and the majority lack the cancel F8. The Macclesfield copy had F8 present but lacked the first four leaves of 2A. Origins of Cyberspace 9 (lacking F8); Taylor 358; Wing M2777.

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        Die wunderlichen Begebenheiten Deß Unbekandten Philosophi, In Such- und Findung deß Steins der Weisen. In vier Bücher eingetheilet: In deren letztern so deutlich und klar geredet wird, wie man denselben machen soll ... Auß dem Frantzösischen ins Teutsche übersetzet von Johannes Lange.

      Frankfurt und Hamburg, C. Guth, 1673.. 8vo. 143 S. Pergament d. Zt. mit späterem handschriftlichen Rückentitel.. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des satirisch angehauchten allegorischen Berichts über die Alchemie "Les aventures du philosophe inconnu", der meist dem Abbe Belin zugeschrieben wird (außer bei Ferguson, der Belins Verfasserschaft als nicht gesichert ansieht). Laut Caillet soll Belin selber als Alchimist tätig, aber wenig erfolgreich gewesen sein und sich mit dieser Satire gerächt haben (zuerst 1646). Eine weitere Ausgabe dieser Übertragung erschien 1690.- Ferguson II,556; Ferchl 294. - Einband gebräunt und fleckig, freie Vorsätze fehlen. Gebräunt und etwas fingerfleckig, im oberen Drittel teils schwach wasserrandig. Titel fleckig und mit durchschlagenden Leimspuren (Exlibris verso). - Angebunden: CHYMISCHES ZWEY-BLAT, Das ist Zwey vortreffliche Chymische Tractätlein: Das erste, Eröffneter Eingang zu deß Königs verschlossenem Pallaste (von) Anonymi Philalethae. Das ander, Von dem Stein der Weisen, wie man den recht bereiten soll, (von) Fratris Ferrarii Monachi. Beyde zum ersten mahl ins Teutsch übersetzt von J. Lange. Frankfurt und Hamburg 1674. 94 S., 1 Bl., 72 S. - 2 Bl. stärker tintenfleckig, einige Unterstreichungen und Anmerkungen von alter Hand.- Frühe Ausgabe der Lange'schen Übertragung von Eirenäus Philalethes' (bzw. Th. Vaughn) "Introitus apertus ad occlusum regis Palatium" (1667) und eines weiteren Textes nach einer unbekannten (fingierten ?) Vorlage. - Kopp erwähnt eine Frankfurter Ausgabe 1673; Ferguson eine andere Hamburg 1672. Über den Übersetzer Johann Lange ist nur bekannt, daß er ein aus Schlesien stammender Mediziner war und in Hamburg lebte. - Ferguson II,7f; Kopp II,338.

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        16 antifranzösische Schriften aus der Zeit des Niederländisch-französischen Kriegs (1672-1678). (16 Schriften in 1 Bd.).

      1673 - 1675. Zus. ca. 380 Bl., Pgt. d. Zt. (mit neueren Samtschliessbändern), Schnitte etw. tintenfleckig, praktisch durchgehend wasserrandig, oft (tlw. grossflächig) gebräunt, sehr selten Marginalien in Tinte, erstes u. letztes Bl. mit Randverlusten; im 5. Teil ("Frantzösische Tyrannen") 2 Bl. mit kleinem Textverlust durch Brandloch, im 6. Teil ("Neuer Friedens-Kurier") 2 Bl. mit Eckabriss (daher jeweils 15 Zeilen mit Textverlust), im 10. Teil ("Gründtlicher Bericht") fehlen 2 Bl. (S. 43 - 46). Preis in CHF: 1100. Enth.: 1.: Klarer und weiterer Beweissthumb Dass der König von Frankreich nicht durch den Gewalt der Waffen / sonderen durch bosfertige direction einiger der vornembsten Regenten des Lands / under dem favor der guldenen Kugelen / so viel Stätt und Vestungen unsers wärthen Vatterlands under seinen Gehorsamb gebracht. [...] Aus dem Niderländischen in das Hochteutsche übersetzt. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1673) (Titelbl., 31 S., 1 Bl.); 2.: Wilhelm Jouge u. T. A.: Aller rechtschaffenen Soldaten Ehr und Lähr Worinnen Die Dignität und Würde des Kriegswesens Schriftmässig vorgestellt / und mit allerhand schönen historischen Exempeln ausgeführet wird. Erstlich in Englischer Spraache beschrieben [...]. Anjezzo aber / wegen seines Kernhaften Inhalts / ins Hochdeutsche übersezt von M. Conrad Neubern / Hofpredigern zu Laubach. Samt einem hochvernünftigen Sendschreiben. Einer vornehmen Stands-Person / an Dero Hern Söhne / Welche sich in den Krieg begeben / wie Sie sich darinnen zu verhalten haben. (Hanau, Jakob Lasche, 1673) (Titelbl., 59 S.); 3.: Metre, Alexander Christian: Die Frantzösische Türcken / angerichtet durch Die grossen Staats-Männer / Ariante du Polidor, Oder Kurze Erzehlung Der vornehmsten Thaten des Königs in Franckreich [...]. Gantz kürtzlich entdeckt durch Alexander Christian de Metre. (Rotterdam, Friedrich Neustadt auff der Kaye, 1673) (Titelbl., 42 S.); 4.: Eröffnete Französische geheime Raths-Stube / Worinnen die Consilia über jetzigen Zustand zusammen getragen worden / wie die Cron Frankreich bey schweren Conjuncturen sich zu verhalten / damit Sie aus dem Labyrinth mit Manier kommen möchte. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1673) (Titelbl., o. P. [26 Bl.]); 5.: Frantzösische Tyrannen. Das ist: Umständlich-waarhaffte Erzehlung / der bisher verborgenen unmenschlichen Grausamkeiten / so durch die Frantzosen in denen Niederlanen Zeit hero verübert worden. Benebenst einem Anhang des letzern der Frantzösischen Armee durch Braband und Flandern gethanen Marsches. Alles durch berühmte und glaubwürdige Leute in denen eroberten Städten / mit besonderer Sorgfalt / zusammen gesuchet / und der Holländischen Nation / zu einem Spiegel / in öffentlichen Truck / zu Augen getheilet. Anjetzo geträulich aus dem Niederteutschen in unsere Hochteutsche Mutter-Sprach übersetzet. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1674) (Titelbl., 84 S.); 6.: Neuer Friedens-Kurier ins Teutsche übersetzet Welcher fürbringet / was allenthalben Teutschland / Franckreich / Spanien / Engelland / Dennemarck / Schweden / Polen und Portugal / wie auch in Holland und in der Schweitz von den gegenwärtigen Kriegs-Händeln / discurriret wird / und wessen man sich dabey zu versehen. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1673) (Titelbl., o. P. [30 Bl.]); 7.: Holländische Minen / Wider die Erffnete Frantzösische Geheime Raht-Stube verfertiget / und Zu derselben wolaufssgesonnenen Staats-Consilien Hintertreibung Manierlich appliciret. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1674) (Titelbl., o. P. [29 Bl.]); 8.: Politische Betrachtung / über den gegenwärtigen Krieges-Zustand / Zwischen Frankreich / und denen Vereinigten Niederlanden. Aus dem Frantzösischen Ins Teutsche übersetzt [ ]. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1674) (Titelbl., o. P. [14 Bl.]); 9.: Gespräch über das Interesse des Englischen Staats Darinnen klärlich gezeiget wird / wie schädlich es vor das Königreich Engelland seye / mit Frankreich / zum Untergang an derer Staaten / sich zu verbinden. Sambt beygefügten Anmerckungen / Aus dem Holländischen ins Teutsche versetzet. Worbey noch über das / aus Frantzösischen Sprache / zu finden; Eine Politische Betrachtung / den gegenwärtigen Krieg betreffend. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1674) (Titelbl., o. P. [23 Bl.]); 10.: Gründtlicher Bericht Der Hollander Religion Und andere obschwebende Welt-Händel betreffend / Uber sechs Epistelen / so vor etliche Monathen auss Utrecht an einem Professori Theologiae zu Bern in der Schweitz / geschrieben / und in der Welt verspreyt worden. (o. Ort und Vlg., 1674) (Titelbl., 62 S.); 11.: Klare Darstellung Derer Raths-Pflegungen beym Hofe von England. / Gedruckt Unter hoher Authorität Anno 1668 Allworinnen ihre Resolutiones, um Spanien und die Spanischen Niederlande wider die auffgeschwollne Hoheit der Frantzösischen Monarchie zu unterstützen [...]. Ganzt getreulich aus dem Engl. Übergesetzt [...]. (Amsterdam, Joseph Bruynings Wittwe, 1674) (Titelbl., 40 S.); 12.: Eigendlicher Abriss des Parlements von England / Wie Es nemlich sitzt und was es vor Gewalt hat. Beschrieben Durch Sir Thomas Smith Rittern / beyder Rechte Doctorn und einer der vornehmsten Secretarien des Königs [...]. (Amsterdam, Philip von Eyck, 1674) (Titelbl., o. P. [7 Bl.]); 13.: Recht-mässige Verantwortung Der Holländer / Oder eine Erzehlung dessen / so seit Anno 1624 biss auff diese Zeit vorgangen; Worinnen durchgehends angewiesen wird Die Ungetreue Handlung der Frantzosen / Der sie sich bey Tractaten / so umb Freundschafft als der Commercien halber mit diesem Stat auffgerichtet [...]. (Amsterdam, Crispinus von der Gracht, 1674) (Titelbl., 64 S.); 14.: Eigendlicher Abriss des Parlements von England / Wie Es nemlich sitzt und was es vor Gewalt hat. Beschrieben Durch Sir Thomas Smith Rittern / beyder Rechte Doctorn und einer der vornehmsten Secretarien des Königs [...]. (o. Ort u. Vlg., 1674) (Titelbl., o. P. [7 Bl.]); 15.: Machiavellus Gallicus, Das ist Verwandlung und Versetzung der Seele Dess Machiavelli in Ludovicum XIV. dem König von Franckreich / Vorgestellet durch hundert Polittische Frantzösische Axiomata, In welchen Der Frantzosen Staats- und Kriegs-Maximen und Practicquen / welcher sie sich gebrauchen / Jedem offentlich zusehen vorgestellet werden. [...] Beschrieben Durch einen Ehrlichen Teutschen [...]. (o. Ort u. Vlg., 1675) (Titelbl., o. P. [15 Bl.]); 16.: Die Im Ursprung und Wachsthum prächtig und mächtig-stehende Lilje / Oder dess Königreichs Franckreich Anfang und Fortgang / Biss auff Jetzige Regierung Aus dem Frantzösischen in das Teutsche übersetzet (ohne Ort u. Vlg., 1675) (Titelbl., 52 S.).

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        Dissertatio de vsuraria trium contractuum prauitate [Dissertatio de usuraria trium contractuum pravitate. Dissertatio de vsvraria trivm contractvvm prauitate]. Vbi vsurarij contractus variis Scripturae locis, diversisque Conciliorum, summorum pontificum, SS. Patrum, & regum Decretis interdicuntur, ac prohibentur. Cum elencho capitum. Cum Approb. & Privilegio Regis. Editio prima

      Lugduni, Apud Ioannem Certe ad insigne sanctissimae Trinitatis [Lyon, Jean Certe], 1673.. Small octavo. Pp. (ii) blank, title (verso blank), (iv) Approbation, table of contents, 231 (verso blank). Small ornaments to title and to recto and verso of the Approbation, head- and tail-pieces, ornamental initials. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full mottled calf, spine in compartments between raised bands, gilt lettering direct in second compartments, remainder each gilt ornamented. Marbled paste-downs, all edges sprinkled in light red and brown. Handsome copy in fine condition, beautifully well preserved. ~ First edition. Very early work on money lending and Usury Laws (Canon Laws). Published anonymously. Attributed to Jacques Gaitte (Cf. Barbier, V. 4, col. 1238). Very rare.

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        Tractatus de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Regni Angliae, Tempore Regis Henrici secundi Compositus [etc ] Wing G839

      London: Printed by J. Streater, H. Twyford, and E. Flesher [etc.], 1673. Contemporary blind-panelled calf, quite worn, rebacked, light browning, a few notations, ex-Los Angeles County Law Library; a usable copy The third and last early edition of the first treatise on English law, believed to have been written between 1187 and 1189, and for which Maitland reserved the highest of praise, calling it "of great value to students of legal and social history

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        Menosprecio de Corte y Alabanza de Aldea. Aviso de Privados, y doctrina de Cortesanos, Arte de Marear, y Trabajos de Galera.

      1673. A costa de Francisco Serrano de Figueroa. 1673 - Imprenta de la Vda. de Melchor Alegre. Madrid. . 1 Vol. . 2H+276 págs*1H. Cuarto Menor. Pergamino de época. Filosofía / Mitología , Marítima / Náutica / Piratería / Contrabando . Importante tratado sobre la sociedad y corte de la época. Contiene también capítulos sobre el arte de la navegación. Buen ejemplar. .

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        Les meditations metaphysiques touchant la première philosophie dedidées a messieurs de Sorbonne. Nouvellement divisées par articles avec des sommarires à costé, & avec des Renuois des Articles aux Objections, & des Objections aux responses. Pour en faciliter la lecture & l'intelligence par R. F.( René Fédé)Troisieme édition.

      Theodore Girard,, Paris, 1673 - In-8°, pp. (40), 754, legatura in piena pelle con titoli e fregi in oro leggermente abrasi al dorso, strappo con lievi mancanze alla cuffia superiore. Gora di umidità alle prime 40 pagine del margine esterno. Terza edizione francese, tradotta dal latino in data 1647 da Duc de Luynes, la traduzione venne rivista da Cartesio stesso che migliorò qualche passaggio. Questa terza edizione venne migliorata per l'aggiunta della suddivisione per articoli e sommari dal medico e filosofo nonchè discepolo di Cartesio, René Fédé. Brunet, II-610 ; Tchemerzine-Scheler, II-782 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Oraculis Gentilium et in Specie de Vaticiniis Sibyllinis libri tres

      Helmstedt: Henningum Mullerum, 1673. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary vellum, a bit soiled but sound and attractive. Light browning internally, but a clean, crisp copy; lacking the front blanks. 2 volumes in 1. (16), 824, 104, 43pp. First edition of Clasen's work on the Sibylline oracles which also adds Sébastien Castellion and Onofrio Panvino's important 16th century works on the same topic. Size: Quarto (4to). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 045461.

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        Faeroae & Faeroae reserata Det er: Faeröernis

      . Oc Faeröeske Indbyggeris Beskrivelse/ udi hvilcken föris til Liuset adskillige Naturens Hemeligheder/ oc nogle Antiqviteter, som her til Dags udi Mörcket hafve vaeret indeludt/ oc nu her opladis/ Alle curieuse til Velbehagelighed/ Sammenskrefven oc forklaret aff LUCAS JACOBSÖN DEBES. Kbhvn.: Matthias Jörgensen 1673. Med 1 af 2 udfoldelige kort, 1 tekstillustration samt slutvignet, alle skaret i trae. (20) + 366 + (1) s. Indbundet i senere (ca. 1880) halvpergament. With 1 of 2 folded maps. Bound 1 later (ca. 1880) half vellum. * Helt rent eksemplar pa godt papir og med bred margin. Trykt i 750 ekspl. Bibl. Dan. III, 611. Thesaurus 445. Fiske 97. Oplag 750 ekspl. <br>Printed in 750 copies only. Clean copy on good paper. Debes was appointed chaplain in Thorshavn in 1651, minister in 1652 and headmaster at the grammar school. In 1670 he became rural dean and complained about the royal commission agent. Debes travelled to Copenhagen to defend the Islands and during his visit he acquired a bachelor degree and published the Danish edition in 1673. The book attracted a lot of attention when it was published, and it is translated into English, German and French. It is still a major source on the knowledge of the Faroe Islands. Thesaurus 445. Fiske p. 97. Bibl. Dan. III, 611..

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        Færoæ et Færoa Reserata, Det er: Færøernis Oc Færøeske Indbyggeris Beskrifvelse udi hvilken føris til Liuset adskillige Naturens Hemeligheder oc nogle Antiqviteter, som her til Dags udi Mørcket hafve været indelugte oc nu her opladis. Alle curieuse til Velbehagelighed Sammenskrefven oc forklaret aff Lucas Jacobsøn Debes.

      Matthias Jørgensen, København 1673. Lille 8vo. (20)+366 sider + 1 blad errata. Mangler blad A1 (sde 1-2) i tekstdelen. Med et træsnit i teksten. Uden de to udfoldelige kort Samtidigt hellæderbind med blindprægede dekorationer. Navn og tilskrift fra 1743 på forsatsbladet. Navn og tilskrit fra 1737 på bageste forsatsblad.. Thesaurus 445, Fiske I, 97 og Bibl. Dan. III, 611.** Sjælden. Den første udgave af den første beskivelse af de mærkelige små øer højt i Atlanten. Debes (1623-76) var præst deroppe og tog de lokales parti mod de kongelige myndigheder og den forhadte monopolhandel, der sorterede under Frederik III's håndgangne mand Christoffer Gabel. I 1670 rejste Debes til København for at tale færingernes sag og skrev samtidigt denne bog. Værket findes i to varianter: et uden og et - som her - med de første 20 siders dedikationer (bl.a. til Gabels poltiske modstander Peter Griffenfeld, men for en sikkerheds skyld også til Frederik Gable, Færøernes øverste kongelige embedsmand), forord og vers. Tre år senere udkom bogen i engelsk oversættelse

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        England's improvement reviv'd:

      in a treatise of all manner of husbandry & trade by land and sea. Plainly discovering the several ways of improveing all sorts of waste and barren grounds, and enriching all earths; with the natural quality of all lands, and the several seeds and plants which most naturally thrive therein. Together with the manner of planting all sorts of timber-trees, and under-woods, with two several chains to plant seeds or sets by; with several directions to make walks, groves, orchards, gardens, planting of hops and good fences; with the vertue of trees, plants, and herbs, and their physical use; with an alphabet of all herbs growing in the kitchin, and physick-gardens; and physical directions. Also the way of ordering cattel, with several observations about sheep, and choice of cows for the dairy, all sorts of dear, tame conies, variety of fowles, bees, silk-worms, pigeons, fish-ponds, decoys: with directions to make an aviary. And with accounts of digging, delving, and all charges and profits arising in all fore-mentioned: and a particular view of every part of the pleasant land: with many other remarks never before extant. Experienced in thirty years practise, and digested into six books, by John Smith, Gent. Published for the common good.Amongst other things, Smith drew attention to "the great wastes and decay of all woods and timber in England", and the need for replanting. "Besides dealing with forestry, the book is concerned with livestock and the reclamation of waste land. The sixth 'book' contains an interesting description of the islands of Orkney and Shetland and the fishing industry in those parts" (Henrey). The work is prefaced by a report by John Evelyn, written at the request of the Royal Society.4to., (14) + 270pp., wanting the initial blank, Bookseller to the Reader leaf & title-page laid down, title-page with critique of book around margins in ink ("a most excellent work considering when it was written"), cut close at head very occasionally touching the running title, some paper browning, well bound in the late 19th/early 20th century in dark blue crushed morocco, spine gilt and lettered with raised bands, all edges gilt. A very good copy., 1673. Second edition (first published in 1670). Goldsmiths 2032. Henrey 347. Kress S.4093. Perkins 1614. Rothamsted p.137. Wing S.4093.. in a treatise of all manner of husbandry & trade by land and sea. Plainly discovering the several ways of improveing all sorts of waste and barren grounds, and enriching all earths; with the natural quality of all lands, and the several seeds and plants which most naturally thrive therein. Together with the manner of planting all sorts of timber-trees, and under-woods, with two several chains to plant seeds or sets by; with several directions to make walks, groves, orchards, gardens, planting of hops and good fences; with the vertue of trees, plants, and herbs, and their physical use; with an alphabet of all herbs growing in the kitchin, and physick-gardens; and physical directions. Also the way of ordering cattel, with several observations about sheep, and choice of cows for the dairy, all sorts of dear, tame conies, variety of fowles, bees, silk-worms, pigeons, fish-ponds, decoys: with directions to make an aviary. And with accounts of digging, delving, and all charges and profits arising in all fore-mentioned: and a particular view of every part of the pleasant land: with many other remarks never before extant. Experienced in thirty years practise, and digested into six books, by John Smith, Gent. Published for the common good. Amongst other things, Smith drew attention to "the great wastes and decay of all woods and timber in England", and the need for replanting. "Besides dealing with forestry, the book is concerned with livestock and the reclamation of waste land. The sixth 'book' contains an interesting description of the islands of Orkney and Shetland and the fishing industry in those parts" (Henrey). The work is prefaced by a report by John Evelyn, written at the request of the Royal Society. 4to., (14) + 270pp., wanting the initial blank, Bookseller to the Reader leaf & title-page laid down, title-page with critique of book around margins in ink ("a most excellent work considering when it was written"), cut close at head very occasionally touching the running title, some paper browning, well bound in the late 19th/early 20th century in dark blue crushed morocco, spine gilt and lettered with raised bands, all edges gilt. A very good copy.

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        Færoæ & Færoæ reserata Det er: Færøernis

      Oc Færøeske Indbyggeris Beskrivelse/ udi hvilcken føris til Liuset adskillige Naturens Hemeligheder/ oc nogle Antiqviteter, som her til Dags udi Mørcket hafve været indeludt/ oc nu her opladis/ Alle curieuse til Velbehagelighed/ Sammenskrefven oc forklaret aff LUCAS JACOBSØN DEBES. Kbhvn.: Matthias Jørgensen 1673. Med 1 af 2 udfoldelige kort, 1 tekstillustration samt slutvignet, alle skåret i træ. (20) + 366 + (1) s. Indbundet i senere (ca. 1880) halvpergament. With 1 of 2 folded maps. Bound 1 later (ca. 1880) half vellum.. Helt rent eksemplar på godt papir og med bred margin. Trykt i 750 ekspl. Bibl. Dan. III, 611. Thesaurus 445. Fiske 97. Oplag 750 ekspl. Printed in 750 copies only. Clean copy on good paper. Debes was appointed chaplain in Thorshavn in 1651, minister in 1652 and headmaster at the grammar school. In 1670 he became rural dean and complained about the royal commission agent. Debes travelled to Copenhagen to defend the Islands and during his visit he acquired a bachelor degree and published the Danish edition in 1673. The book attracted a lot of attention when it was published, and it is translated into English, German and French. It is still a major source on the knowledge of the Faroe Islands. Thesaurus 445. Fiske p. 97. Bibl. Dan. III, 611

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        The Works of Sir William Davenant Kt, Consisting of those which were formerly Printed, and those which he design'd for the Press: Now Published out of the Authors Originall Copies.

      Henry Herringman 1673 - Folio. [31], 402, 486, 111, [4] p. Bound in modern black leather. Gilt spine and bordering to boards. 5 raised bands. Fine binding and cover. Frontis mounted. Owners armorial bookplate on verso of title page of Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, 1702. Signature removal from head of title page. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning to extremities. Wing D320. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Descriptio Regni Japoniae et Siam.

      Cambridge, Hayes, 1673.. Item de Japaniorum religione & Siamensium. De diversis omnium gentium religionibus quibus, praemissa dissertatione de variis rerum publicarum generibus, adduntur quaedam de priscorum Afrorum fide excerpta ex Leone Africano. 6 Blatt, 292 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit, 18,5 x 11,5 cm,. Einband berieben und bestossen, mit Ausbesserungen an den Gelenken. Innen etwas gebräunt.

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        Enchiridion Legum: A Discourse Concerning The Beginnings, Nature, Difference, Progress and Use, Of Laws in General; And in Particular, of the Common & Municipal Laws of England Wing E720

      London: Printed by Elizabeth Flesher, John Streater [etc.], 1673. Contemporary calf, quite rubbed, rebacked, ex-library with the library's name in gilt on the front board and its crest on the back board; a usable copy An uncommon introductory work of a high order, praised by Holdsworth, contrasting English and Roman law, discussing the law of nature and nations, recommending law books to be read, examining how trials are held, and proposing a good many reforms

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        Pegnesis: oder der Pegnitz Blumgenoß-Schäfere FeldGedichte in Neun Tagzeiten: meist verfasset, und hervorgegeben, durch Floridan. 9 Bl., 512 S., 7 Bl., (d. l. w.). Mit doppelblattgr. gestoch. Frontispiz und 2 Kupfertafeln. Kl.-8°. Hübscher bibliophiler Halblederbd um 1900 mit rotem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung.

      Nürnberg, Wolf-Eberhard Felßecker, 1673.. . Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe dieser "Anthologie meist früher schon gedruckter Gelegenheitslyrik von Birken und anderen Pegnitzschäfern" (Dünnhaupt). Sie gilt als eines der charakteristischsten Werke des "Poeta laureatus" Sigmund von Birken (1626-1681). "Klaj und Harsdörffer haben mitgearbeitet. Alle Arten pegnesischer Schäferpoesie sind vertreten, ebenso ihre Freude am geistigen Spiel, Gespräch und den Formen literarischer Geselligkeit, pag. 110-116 deutsch-makaronische Prosa und Verse, außerdem Klangspielereien, Rätsel usw. Viele Anspielungen auf die Mitglieder des pegnesischen Blumenordens" (Wolfskehl). Sechs Jahre später ist ein selbständiger zweiter Teil erschienen. - Kaum gebräunt, schönes Exemplar. - VD17 23:231835B. Dünnhaupt 189.I. Goed. III 115, 32. Mai 175. Manheimer 47.

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        Entretiens sur la philosophie

      S.l.: s.n., 1673. EARLY EDITION. 12mo. [2], 54, 159 pp. Bound in contemporary French calf (joints and extremities rubbed, hinges cracked and quite tender). In good antiquarian condition, completely unsophisticated. Preserved in a brown cloth protective case Early edition, printed anonymously, of this defense of Cartesian doctrine on transubstantiation and the animal-machine, written by the leading contemporary advocate and teacher of Descartes's natural philosophy. Jacques Rohault (1618-1672), a native of Amiens, was a member of libertine circles in Paris, including that of Cyrano de Bergerac; he was also a friend of Moliere. Defender of Cartesianism, a teacher of mathematics, he exerted tremendous literary and scientific influence through his "public lectures" that he gave in his home once a week. In his last years Rohault was troubled by the political reaction to Cartesianism in France. In his work, "Entretiens sur la philosophie" (first printed in 1671), Rohault tried to establish the importance of Cartesian interpretations to theology. His "Entretiens sur la philosophie" is "essentially a defense of Descartes, dealing with controversial topics such as the relation between Descartes and Aristotle, Descartes' interpretation of the Eucharist and Descartes' ideas on the animal soul." (Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, p. 342). The work was published without Rohault's consent from one of the copies then circulating "in secret" -- (see Dennis Des Chene, "Cartesian Science: Regis and Rohault" in: A Companion to Early Modern Philosophy, 2008). Of the first edition of 1671, OCLC lists only four copies in the U.S. (Stanford, Univ. Illinois, Univ. Michigan, and Queens College). This is the anonymous printing of 1673, is even rarer than the first, with NO copies in the U.S., and only two copies worldwide: National Library of Sweden and the Historische Bibliothek der Stadt Rastatt. The present 1673 edition is distinguished by the inclusion of a 54-page "Discours sur les sujets traites dans les Entretiens" which is not present in the first edition. Unsigned, this contemporary discourse is a masterful exposition of Rohault's work. It has never been reprinted in any form. This is the ONLY copy of the "Entretiens" currently on the market; and ABPC lists NO copy at auction since 1978. PROVENANCE: the Sunderland copy (sale of the Bibliotheca Sunderlandiana, Puttick & Simpson, 1882, Fourth Portion, lot 10731) -- subsequently in the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut (blind-stamps).

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