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        1564 Latin Bible - New Testament

      Hardcover. Good. New Testament measures 6.5" x 4.5" x 2.5". Inside the front cover there are 4 hand written notations dated 1674, 1778, 1948, and 1958.

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        Arcana Clericalia, Or, the Mysteries of Clarkship: Being A sure way of Setling Estates by Deeds, Fines, and Recoveries [with] The Several Forms of Instruments Relating to the Affairs of Merchants, and Traders [with] a third work [etc.]. Wing B2905

      London: Printed for Henry Twyford, in Vine-Court Middle-Temple, 1674. Contemporary unlettered blind-ruled sheep, rubbed, but quite sound and clean, with the frontispiece and analytic conveyancing table; the Taussig copy First edition (variant) of the successful, eminently practical work by a Gray's Inn barrister and others on conveyancing and other commercial matters, the frontispiece depicting the interior of an Inn of Court, with barristers teaching law students

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        Recueil de divers voyages faits en Afrique et en l'Amerique, qui n'ont point esté encore publiez.

      Paris: Louis Billaine 4to (23.7 cm, 9.4"). [8] ff., 262, 35, [1 (blank)] 23, [1 (blank)], 49, [1 (blank)] pp., [1] f., 81, [1 (blank)] pp., 4 maps (3 fold. of 4), 13 plts. (3 fold.). 1674 First edition of this collection of significant and interesting voyages, edited by a scholar and book collector who served in the employ of Louis XIV before being appointed Keeper of the King's Library at St. James by Charles II. The compilation includes French-language travelogues of Barbados, the Nile River, Ethiopia, "l'Empire du Prète-Jean," Guiana, Jamaica, and the English colonies, with illustrations including banana and palmetto trees, Caribbean pottery, and maps of New England, Jamaica (including Florida and the Antilles), and Barbados. Some of both the voyages and the maps make their first published appearances here—among them the New England map depicting the Maryland and Virginia coastlines, engraved by R. Michault after one contained in Richard Blome's Description of the Island of Jamaica, part of which work appears here translated into French. Altogether, a volume notable both for its strong African and North American content and for the aesthetic appeal of its plates and pleasingly ornamented typography. Recent 17th-century style mottled calf with covers framed in a gilt roll and double-panelled in gilt fillets with gilt-stamped corner fleurons; spine with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels and gilt-stamped decorative devices. Several pages (not including title) and the versos of a few plates stamped by a now-defunct institution. Paper slightly embrittled. Light waterstaining to a number of leaves and plates, mostly in margins; the first map with two repairs. One leaf (blank?) prior to Colonies Angloises excised; lacking the folding map of the Nile. A good copy, in a handsome binding of recent vintage and contemporaneous style.

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        Afbeeldinge van de bloedige batailje, voorgevallen tusschen het Franse leger, onder den Prins van Condé, en dat van de geallieerde, als den keyser, Spaense .. en Prince van Orangien. Op den 11 Augusti 1674.

      Amsterdam, Marcus Doornick, 1674.Broadside with large engraving with on the left side Charleroy and on the right side Mariomont and below letterpress in three columns. Ca. 49 x 37,5 cm.The Battle of Seneffe was fought on 11 August 1674 between the French army under the command of Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé and the Dutch-German-Spanish army under William III of Orange. During the Franco-Dutch war, William III commanded a Dutch-German-Spanish army through the southern Netherlands into the territory of Northern France. France defended this area with an army under Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé. For five weeks the two armies manoeuvred without getting into combat with each other. On the 10th of August, William III decided to head for Paris in order to force the enemy into fighting.Condé sent a detachment of about 500 horsemen to keep the Dutch vanguard busy near the village of Seneffe, blocking the advance of William. In the meantime, Condé tried to surround the 60,000 allied troops with the 45,000 men at his disposal.The horsemen managed to keep the Dutch vanguard busy, but the envelopment of the main allied force failed. After ten hours Condé had 8,000 dead or wounded and William - 11,000, with the allied troops retreating from the battlefield. - (Some small marginal repairs). - FineMuller, Historieplaten, 2554; Atlas van Stolk 2599.

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        Imagini delli dei de gl'antichi di Vincenzo Cartari reggiano. Ridotte da capo à piedi alle loro reali, & non più per l'adietro osseruate simiglianze. Cavate da' Marmi, Bronzi, Medaglie, Gioie, et altre memorie antiche; con esquisito studio, et particolare diligenza da Lorenzo Pignoria Padoano. Aggionteui le annotationi del medesimo sopra tutta l'opera et un discurso intorno le deità dell Indie Orientali.

      (Nicolo Pezzane?), Venezia 1674 - ( Nicolo Pezzane) 1674 In-4 (220 x 155), 368 pp.Copiosamente ilustrado con xilografias en b y n. La encuadernación es una rara ya maculatura original de la época (previa para posterior encuadernación) muy desgajada en el lomo. Presenta otros defectos a comentar:En la portada la parte inferior está restaurada y escrito a pluma una fecha 1664 (sic), en la contratapa un ex-libris perteneciente a Albert Culat ( Dibujo del celebre exlibrista J.Renart).El interior está bastante fresco y bien conservado, carece de hoja respeto ( en blanco) al final del volumen.( ver imágenes) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE HISTORY OF LAPLAND WHEREIN ARE SHEWED THE ORIGINAL MANNERS, HABITS, MARRIAGES, CONJURATIONS, &C. OF THAT PEOPLE

      Oxford: Theater, 1674. First English Edition. Hardcover. Occasional foxing or stain; short closed tear to one leaf with no loss. Leather cracked, dry, and peeling, but sound. Very Good. Small folio (7-1/4" x 11") in worn contemporary calf leather with a modern leather spine; vi, 147, [1] pages. First edition in English of a study of the geography, natural history, and inhabitants of Lapland, originally published in Latin the previous year. Cox I, 178; Wing S851. Illustrated with an engraved title page, a folding map, and 26 large woodcut text engravings, including the FIRST DEPICTION IN AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE BOOK OF A PERSON SKIING. Both covers bear the arms of Henry Yelverton (1664-1704), 15th Baron Grey de Ruthyn and Viscount de Longueville. Lapland is the least densely populated area of Finland. The Sami people, traditionally known in English as Lapps or Laplanders, are the northernmost indigenous people of Europe and are widely credited with being the inventors of the ski.

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        Oeuvres diverses du Sieur D*** avec le traité du sublime ou du merveilleux dans le discours, traduit du Grec de Longin.

      Paris: Claude Barbin (pr. by Denys Thierry) 4to (25.3 cm, 10"). Frontis., [4], 178, [12], [3]?-102, [10 (index & colophon)] pp., 1 plt.. 1674 Early edition, following the first of 1670; this is the first edition to appear under the Oeuvres title, and contains nine satires, the first four epistles, L'art poëtique, and a number of other shorter pieces, followed by the Traité du sublime ou du merveilleux dans le discours, translated from Longinus. The handsomely printed volume has much of its text set in italic type, decorated with woodcut tailpieces, typographic and woodcut headpieces, and ornamental capitals. Margins are generous, layout is attractive. P. Landry designed and engraved the classically themed frontispiece, with the plate preceding Le Lutrin having been done by F. Chausseau. Binding: 19th-century signed binding by Léon Gruel: Oxblood morocco framed in gilt double fillets containing a background of gilt-stamped fleurs-de-lis around a central ornamented cartouche. Spine gilt extra, with elaborate gilt-stamped inner dentelles over silk endpapers. All edges gilt over marbling. => Silk bookmarker woven with binder's information! Provenance: Front fly-leaf with armorial bookplate of New York attorney and book collector Frederic Robert Halsey, and with decorative medieval-inspired bookplate of "G.E." Volume with laid-in handwritten note signed by Gruel, on Gruel-Engelmann letterhead, dated 1892. Binding as above, nearly perfect save for just a touch of rubbing to the spine extremities, in cloth-covered slipcase, worn, with cloth starting to split over edges. Frontispiece and title-page separating from binding; title with red-tinted signs, near edges, that the marbling process did not go entirely smoothly; upper margins of several other leaves with hints of very faint waterstaining. Otherwise, clean and quite lovely.

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        Tractatus Mathematico-juridicus in partes duas: prior: Metrologiam Posterior: Miliologiam exhibet distributus. (Angebunden:) MARS=MANN, Georg, Kurtze jedoch Gründliche Nachricht Von des Sächsischen Meilen = Rechts, Uhrsprung und Eigenschafft/ Wie auch Von der Sächsischen und Breßlauischen Meile/ und wie selbige zu maessen/ Benebenst einer nützlichen Außführung von der Natur und Art der Außfälle. Epistola dedicatoria in qua explicatur succincte Jus Civitatum Saxonicarum Milliarium, Das Städtische Meilen-Recht. Leipzig, Jn Verlag Friedrich Arnsts Buchhändlers zu Budißin/ Druckts Christoph Uhmann, 1674.

      Jena, Sumtibus Friderici Arnstii, 1674. 8vo. Kollation: (I:) Titelblatt mit schönem Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (10), 448, (40) S.; (II:) Titelblatt, (5), 80, (40) S. Zeitgenössischer Lederband auf vier Bünden geheftet mit Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägtem Monogramm auf Vorderdeckel: B S Z 1674 (= Bibliotheca Senatus Zittaviensis) Meilenrecht oder \"Bann-Gerechtigkeit\" beschreibt ein städtisches Privileg, innerhalb einer bestimmten Zone bestimmte Vorrechte ausüben zu können. Dies betraf in erster Linie das Bierbrau- und Herbergsrecht, also das \"Gaststätten\"- und \"Hotel\"-Gewerbe. Das Meilenrecht fiel in die Zuständigkeit der Landesfürsten, die das Maß für dieses Meilenrecht bestimmten. Unter das Meilenrecht fallen dann auch alle Wege und Straßen, die durch dieses Gebiet führen. Marsmann oder Marschmann war im 17. Jahrhundert Doktor der Rechtswissenschaft und Syndicus in Bautzen. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Bouttats aus Gualdo Priorato, "Descritione del distretto della Citta di Colonia con li suoi termini, confini, Villaggi e Terre &c".

      - 1674, 30 x 44 Westorientierte Karte der Umgebung von Köln. Gebiet: Godorf, Frechen, Pulheim, Lev.- Hitdorf, Mülheim.

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        Opera quae extant omnia (2 Teile in 1)

      Basel, (Werenfels für) König, Editio altera 1674. - . a Casparo Bavhino aucti. Mit gestochenem Titel, gestochenem Portrait, ca. 2000 Holzschnitten, 62 Blatt, 1029 (falsch 1027) Seiten, 11 Blatt; 234 (statt 236 Seiten) (ohne das Blatt „Apologia adversus Amathum"), 3 Blatt, Pergamentband der Zeit, 35,5 x 23,5 cm, Einband etwas fleckig, Innengelenke mit kleineren Wurmspur, innen nur minimal leicht gebräunt. Neuauflage der ersten lateinischen Gesamtausgabe (1598) des berühmten Kräuterbuches.

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        A treatise of tenures. Containing the original, nature, use, and effect of feudal or common-law tenures.

      First Irish edition and, notably, printed for a => woman publisher. Sir Geoffrey (also given as Jeffrey or Jeffray) Gilbert (1674-1726), an eminent English judge, became chief baron of the Irish exchequer to the acclaim of all and sundry -- until a case he was hearing put the Irish House of Lords in direct conflict with the British, leading to his brief imprisonment and, though much of the situation was beyond his control, much subsequent blame from the Irish for the passing of the Dependency of Ireland on Great Britain Act of 1719. During his otherwise more fortunate career, Gilbert wrote a number of legal works, none of which were published until after his death but all of which were well-received upon their appearance.This particular treatise was => praised by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1815, and by John Adams; it appears here in its first Irish and third overall edition, following the first of 1730.

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        Quinto libro degli elementi d' Euclide, ovvero scienza universale delle proporzioni spiegata colla dottrina del Galileo . Aggiuntevi cose varie, e del Galileo, e del Torricelli.

      Florence, Condotta, 1674 [colophon: 1676] - [bound with:] Enodatio problematum universis geometri propositorum . Praemissis, horum occasione, tentamentis variis ad solutionem ilustriss veterum problematis de anguli trisectioni. Florence, Gugliantini, 1677.2 works in one vol, 4to (232 x 166 mm), I: pp [xii] 284; with two engraved plates and woodcut diagrams in text; II: [viii] 63, with four folding engraved plates; slight browning to a few leaves, fine copies in contemporary calf £6000I. First edition, second and first complete issue (see below) of this major Galilean text, an assembly of previously unpublished writings by Galileo, together with pieces by Torricelli and Viviani himself. Viviani (1622-1703), Galileo's distinguished pupil, amanuensis, and biographer, was given by Cardinal de' Medici a fragment of Galileo manuscript demonstrating the fifth and seventh propositions of Euclid, book V, both concerned with size and proportionality. This fragment is published here (pp 61-78) together with other writings of Galileo (pp 79-113), Viviani's own completion of Galileo's demonstration (pp. 1-60), writings by Torricelli, and fragments of an unpublished dialogue by Galileo.Viviani himself, 'with the rigor and prolixity of the ancients, . devoted an appendix to geometric problems, among which was one on the trisection of an angle, solved by the use of the cylindrical spiral or of a cycloid; another was the problem of duplicating the cube, solved by means of conics or of the cubic xy2 = k' (DSB).There are two recorded issues of this work; the present copy is intermediate between these two. The first edition appeared in 1674, with text paginated to 149, followed by three unnumbered pages of addenda and privilege; the work was reissued in 1676, with a further section written in answer to questions posed by a Leiden student in 1675, the two plates, and the dedication dated 16 May 1676, although the titlepage date remained 1674. See Gamba 1048 (résumé in Riccardi).II. First edition of this treatise on the problem of trisecting an angle. Viviani presents a method based on the equilaterial hyperbola or the conchoid.I Carli and Favaro 339; Cinti 151; Riccardi I.2 625.2; II Riccardi I.2 627.4

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        The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia

      London: Printed for George Calvert, at the Golden-Ball in Little-Britain, 1674. The Thirteenth Edition. Half Leather. Good. With his Life and Death [signed: ?????????????]; a brief table of the principal Heads, and some other new additions. Newly bound in a luxurious three quarters green Nigerian goatskin morocco, pale brown cloth, five raised bands, gilt title and date to spine, gilt rules to compartments and corners, page edges stained yellow, possibly contemporary. No portrait frontis. One of the transcendent literary masterpieces of the English Renaissance, this edition - one of several published around the period - also contains 'Certain Sonnets Never before Printed', Sidney's esteemed 'The Defence of Poesie', an influential and pioneering essay of literary criticism, and the poem 'Astrophel and Stella.' A preface of a letter by Sidney to his sister the Countess of Pembroke is followed by 'The Life and Death of Sir Philip Sidney'. Also some 30 Latin epigrams in honour of Sidney, who died in Holland in 1586 of his wounds from the battle of Zutphen. Browning and mottling to pages, the odd scattered mark, a small dampstain to upper corner affecting some pages to rear - nothing serious - and internally overall a decent, clean copy. Margins occasionally uneven, which appears to be more a printing issue than any uneven trimming, but no loss of text. Sm. folio. (30.5cm x 21cm) tp, A2, b-d2, B-Z3, Aa-Zz3, Aaa-Iii3. [32], 624, [26]. pp. 576 is followed by 541-564 and then by pp. 601-614 but the content on these pages is in order. An expert and stylishly executed binding, will look most attractive on the shelf.

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        Aristotelis De Arte Rhetorica Libri Tres. Graece et Latine. Editi Cvra Christopheri Schraderi. Editio Tertia. [Druckermarke] Helmaestadi, Typis & sumptibus Henningi Mulleri Academ. Typogr. MDCLXXII (Helmstedt, Henning Müller 1672). [Und ders.:] Christophori Schraderi De Rhetoricorvm Aristotelis Sententia Et Vsv Commentarius. [Druckermarke] Helmestadi, Typis & Sumtibus[sic !] Henrici Davidis Mülleri, Acad. Jul. Typogr. Anno MDCLXXIV (Helmstedt, Heinrich David Müller 1674). [Und ders..] Christophori Schraderi Dispositiones Epistolicae. Eloquentiae studiosis in Academia Iulia traditae. Editio Tertia. [Druckermarke] Helmestadii Typis & sumptibus Henrici Davidis Mülleri, Acad. Jul. Typogr. Anno MDCLXXIV (Helmstedt, Heinrich David Müller 1674). [Und ders.:] Christophori Schraderi Dispositiones Oratoriae Ad ductum Rhetoricae Aristotelis concinnatae. Editio Tertia. Helmestadii Typis & sumptibus Henrici Davidis Mülleri, Acad. Jul. Typogr. Anno MDCLXXIV (Helmstedt, Heinric

      Helmstedt, Müller 1674..

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        TYPUS ORBIS TERRARUM’. Double hemisphere world map, showing a large Terra Australis Incognita and California as an island. Symbols representing sun, moon and the four elements in corners and spandrels.

      Matthaeus Merian 1674 - 17x25cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. Uncommon. Shirley 356(A).

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        The Book of Rates, Now used in the Sun Custom-house Of the Church and Court of Rome Containing The Bulls, Dispensations, & Parsons for all manner of Villanies and Wickednesse, with the several sums of Monies given and to be paid for them Published By Anthony Egane, B D late Confessor-General of the Kingdome of Ireland, and now through the mercy of God Minister of the Gospel according to the Reformed Religion

      London: Printed for Benjamin Southwood, 1674. [8], 22pp [i.e. 25pp], [7]. Later paper wraps, a little chipped. From the Mendham Collection, with pencilled shelfmarks, a few short notes in Joseph Mendham's hand, and the bookplate of the Law Society to FEP. Ink inscription of John Bridges to verso of final blank. Occasional shaving/loss to pagination of column headings, paper flaw to C4, without loss of sense. The most contemporaneously horrifying (and thus also some of the most costly!) sins seemingly censored, with surface rubbing to E3 (removing reference to the loss of 'stones' or 'privy members' amongst the clergy), c3 (removing reference to buggery) Wing E246.. Second Edition. Quarto.

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        Een kort beskrffning uppå trenne reesor och peregrinationer, sampt konungarijket Japan: I. Beskrifwes een reesa / som genom Asia / Africa och många andra hedniska konungarijken /. förrättat aff Nils Matson Kiöping. II. Beskriwes een reesa till OstIndien / China och Japan: III. . om förbenembde stoora och mächta konungarijketz Japan tillstånd /. förrättat och beskrefwen aff Oloff Erickson Willman. IV. Uthföres een reesa ifrån Muszcow till China, genom Mongul och Cataja. Wiisindzborg, Johann Kankel, 1674.

      1674 1674 - 4to. Pp. (iv), 176, 178?304. Half calf on marbled paper boards, spine ruled in gilt and with a red title label. Occasionally some minor browning. Second edition, first published in 1667 in only 500 copies. A scarce Swedish collection printed at the private press of Count Brahe in Wisingsborg by the German bookprinter Johan Kankel. They are the first proper travel accounts published in Sweden.Comprises:I. Nils Matson Kiöping s narrative of his voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, Arabia, Persia, and further on to the Far East. His story was partly imaginative but became enormously popular at the time. Kiöping was employed as a bosun on a Dutch ship which in 1648 took him to Guinea and later to the Cape of Good Hope. See Lasse Berg, När Sverige upptäckte Afrika, Stockholm 1997, pp. 11?15.II. Olof Eriksson Willman?s account of a voyage on a Dutch East India ship to East India, China and Japan between 1648?53. He visited Java which at the time was a Dutch colony.III. Willman?s interesting and accurate account of Japan (with separate title page dated 1673) which he visited in August 1651 for some months. He was able to participate in a Dutch embassy to Edo (Tokyo) which was reached in January 1652. His account of Tokaido, the ?East Sea Route?, is one of the earliest known in European literature. Also includes a translation of Francois Caron?s account of Japan. See Hjärne, Två svenska Japanfarare, pp. 17?83.IV. An account of a journey from Moscow to China. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht von Landau und Mainz ('Mayence Electorat d'Empire - Landau. - Au Palatinat du Rhein').

      - Kupferstich v. Gabriel Perelle aus Les glorieuses conquêtes de Louis le Grand b. Sébastien Pontault de Beaulieu, v. 1674, 37,5 x 50,5 Zeigt 2 Ansichten auf einem Blatt. - In der oberen Hälfte Mainz; unten Landau. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Het Lyden van Christus in Gethsemane. Met een Inleydinge tot het selve, over Luc. XVIII. 31-34.

      Middelburg, Jacobus Noenaart 1674 - (154) 340 p. Origineel Perkament, 12° (zeldzame prekenbundel van Joh. van der Wayen, 1639-1701, studeerde bij Voetius in Utrecht en bij Hoornbeek in Leiden waarna hij predikant werd in Leeuwarden en Middelburg. In 1679 werd hij hoogleraar in Franeker als opvolger van Witzius. Opdracht in dit werk aan Albertine Princes van Oranje Nassau, dochter van Frederik Hendrik en weduwe van de Stadhouder van Friesland, Willem Frederik van Nassau-Dietz, SGT-W15/NNBW 10, 1148)

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        THE HISTORY OF LAPLAND WHEREIN ARE SHEWED THE ORIGINAL MANNERS, HABITS, MARRIAGES, CONJURATIONS, &C. OF THAT PEOPLE

      Theater, Oxford 1674 - Small folio (7-1/4" x 11") in worn contemporary calf leather with a modern leather spine; vi, 147, [1] pages. First edition in English of a study of the geography, natural history, and inhabitants of Lapland, originally published in Latin the previous year. Cox I, 178; Wing S851. Illustrated with an engraved title page, a folding map, and 26 large woodcut text engravings, including the FIRST DEPICTION IN AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE BOOK OF A PERSON SKIING. Both covers bear the arms of Henry Yelverton (1664-1704), 15th Baron Grey de Ruthyn and Viscount de Longueville. Lapland is the least densely populated area of Finland. The Sami people, traditionally known in English as Lapps or Laplanders, are the northernmost indigenous people of Europe and are widely credited with being the inventors of the ski. Occasional foxing or stain; short closed tear to one leaf with no loss. Leather cracked, dry, and peeling, but sound. Very Good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Icones & Descriptiones Rariorum Plantarum Siciliae, Melitae, Galliae, & Italiae

      Robert Scott,, London 1674 - 4to (22.7 x 17.3 cm). Modern full calf with new end papers. [16] 1-96 pp + 52 engravings in text numbered 1-52. Fourteen (14) plates with early coloring and covered with albumen. This copy is a variant with Robert Scott as publisher but with dedication to Charles Hatton who paid for its publication after convincing Robert Morison to edit the manuscript. The plates are quite elegant and the coloring adds to their beauty and makes this a wonderful book describing the plants of Italy, Sicily, France Boccone was an Italian naturalist who traveled extensively and collected plants in different countries. (Cleveland, 251; Nissen 179; Pritzel 859; Henrey 1.14).

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        A Collection of English Words Not Generally Used, with Their Significations and Original... With Bookplate of Henry Thomas Ellacombe, Engraved By Burnell

      London: Tho. Burrell, Printed By H. Bruges. 1674. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Good. First edition, 1674. First book on English dialects, in a mid 19th century binding, with the armorial bookplate of English divine and antiquary Henry Thomas Ellacombe (1790-1885) on the front pastedown (name is not on the bookplate; was identified through Wertcounty Studies Library website, and was engraved by Burnell). Externally worn in three quarter smooth brown calf over marbled boards, brown spine label, raised spine bands, all edges tinted red, title page printed in red and black, 5.75" tall, pages numbering to 178 but with a pagination error (typical for this book) that omits pages 143-172. The rebinidng resulted in renewed endpapers and replaced blanks at front and rear. Covers heavily worn with chipping tot he leather, joints cracked with front cover holding by binder's cords, text block sound, pages clean with only some very minor occasional foxing, fairly faint dampstain to final five leaves, old repair to small closed tear to title page with no paper loss, modern name stamp on final blank, old dealer catalog description for a book of this title mounted on verso of rear free endpaper, no names or markings on pages.

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        De servis, et eorum apud veteres ministeriis, commentarius

      - Amsterdam, Andreas Frisius, 1674. In-12, frontispice, (17) ff., 582 pp., (19) ff., 15 planches dépliantes hors-texte, quelques illustrations dans le texte, plusieurs planches non dépliantes, vélin de l'époque, pièce de titre de maroquin vert. Edition latine. Lorenzo Pignoria, érudit italien, est né en 1571 à Padoue, où il est mort en 1631. Cet ouvrage est l'un des bons traités du genre. Il reproduit sur une planche dépliante (p. 338) un abaque romain, instrument de calcul qui resta largement employé en Europe jusqu'au XVIIIe siècle. (Relié à la suite de l'exemplaire:) Titi popmae : De operis servorum. Amsterdam, apud Andream Frisium, 1672. 181 pp., (4) ff., vignette sur le titre. Très bel exemplaire, bien complet de ses planches. Edition originale en 1613 citée par Aspray, Computing before computers n°10 et Hook et Norman, Origins of Ciberspace n°14. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Defense du Droit de Marie Therese d'Austriche, Reine de France...

      1674. Legal Foundations of the War of Devolution La Feuillade, Georges d'Aubusson de [1612-1697]. La Defense du Droit de Marie Therese d'Austriche, Reine de France a la Succession des Couronnes d'Espagne. Paris: Chez Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1674. [xxiv], 164, [1] pp. 12mo. (5-1/2" x 3"). Contemporary sheep treated to resemble tree-calf, gilt spine with raised bands, speckled edges. Some rubbing to extremities with minor wear to spine ends, corners bumped. Toning to text, faint dampstaining and spotting to a few leaves, internally clean. $1,250. * First edition. The author was the Archbishop of Embrun, later Prince-Archbishop of Metz. Mazarin appointed him ambassador to Venice in 1659. Louis XIV appointed him ambassador to Spain in 1667 to pursue French claims to the Spanish Netherlands in the name of Maria Theresa of Austria (1638-1683), the Spanish Infanta and Queen Consort of Louis XIV. These claims were tenuous and constructed on intricate legal foundations. French jurists argued that the Spanish Netherlands should not go to the still underage heir to the Spanish throne, Charles II of Spain (1661-1700), because he was the issue of the second marriage of Philip IV. Maria Theresa on the other hand was a result of his first marriage and the lands thereby 'devolved' to her and, of course, Louis XIV. France's claims led to the War of devolution (1667-68). Feuillade defends France's claims with an argument grounded in the "fundamental laws of Spain, the examples of past centuries and the solemn judgments of the Royal Council of Castile." A second edition was published in 1699. Both copies are scarce, especially in North America. OCLC locates no copies in North American law libraries. British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 1:1145.

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        Een kort Beskrffning uppå trenne Reesor och Peregrinationer sampt Konungarijket Japan: I. Beskrifwes een Reesa som genom Asia Africa och många andra hedniska Konungarijken sampt öijar: med flijt är förrättad aff Nils Matson Kiöping fördetta Skepzlieutnat. II. Beskrifwes een Reesa till Ostindien/ China och Japan: III. Med förtälliande om förbenembde stoora och mächta Konungarijketz Japan tillstånd sampt thesz Inwånares Handel och Wandel: förrättat och beskrefwin aff Oloff Erickson Willman, kongl. mayst:tz Skepz-capitaien. IV. Uthföres een Reesa ifrån Muszcow till China/ genom Mongul och Cataja/ öfwer strömen Obij: förrättat aff een rysk Gesandt som till then stoore Tartaren Niuki war skickad. Then gode Läsaren till tienst uthi thenna Book.

      Wisingsborg, J. Kankel, 1674. 4to. Nyere hpergamentsbd. (4),304 pp. Gl. ejernavne på titelbladet. Øverste højre hjørne af titelbladet fornyet, intet tab af tekst. Titelbladet med brunpletter og nogle blælpletter. Nogle blde med gl. understregninger. Spredte brunpletter og brugsspor.. Anden udgaven af denne berømte svenske rejsebog med originalberetninger fra rejser i Asien, Afrika, Ostindien og Japan, China. - Både denne og førsteudgaven er trykt i Wisingborg af Johann Kankel.Collijn 1600-talet, 457

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        Een kort beskrffning [!] vppå trenne reesor och peregrinationer, sampt konungarijket Japan: I. Beskrifwes een reesa som genom Asia, Africa och många andra hedniska konungarijken, sampt öijar, med flijt är förrättat aff Nils Matson Kiöping, ... II. Beskrifwes een reesa till Ost Indien, China och Japan: III. Med förtälliande om förbenembde stoora och mächta konungarijketz Japan tillstånd, sampt thesz inwånares handel och wandel: förrättat och beskrefwin aff Oloff Erickson Willman, ... IV. Vthföres een reesa ifrån Muszcow till China, ...

      Tryckt på Wijsindzborg, aff hans höggrefl: nåd: riijkz drotzens booktryckare Johann Kankel. Anno M DC LXXIV., 1674. 4:o. (4),176,178-304,(blank) s. Sidan 249 felpaginerad 349. De två första bladen i fotokopia. Samtida hårt nött skinnband. Ryggen saknas. 3 spännbeslag. Pärmarna överklistrade med brokadpapper, troligen på 1700-talet. Pärmar och papper angripna av insekter och med musgnagda kanter. Sidan 1/2 med insektsskador i nedre kant. Genomgående fuktfläck i övre delen. Förvaras i en modern vikkassett av klot med stänkfärgat papper på sidorna. 18,5 x 15,5 cm

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        Lleida-Lerida en Catalogne, siege of 1647, Beaulieu 1650

      Beaulieu,S.de Pontault,1612-1674 - Lleida-Lerida en Catalogne, siege of 1647, Beaulieu 1650. Scarce copperengraving of the siege in the year 1647. Size of the plate: 44x53 cm., of the sheet: 53x62 cm. Printed on thick paper, little brownish. VERY SCARCE MAP OF THE TOWN OF LLEIDA. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pars Orientalis Palatinatus et Electoratus Rheni Episcopatus Spirensis, Wormbensis et Comitatus Leiningen Nova, et Accurata Descriptio ex Officina Francofurti Joh. Georg Walther.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johann Georg Walther in Frankfurt, 1674, 48,5 x 61,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp 43.1. - Sehr seltener Einblattdruck! - Zeigt die südliche Rheinpfalz. - Oben links aquarellierter Blattkranz um Titelkartusche aus der Sammlung Christian Adelung! - Hier der Titel u. der Maßstab noch ohne gestochene Kartuschenumrandungen. - Die Karte mit zusätzlich aquarellierter Bordüre. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gesamtansicht über den Rhein ('Worms Palatinat').

      - Kupferstich mit Bordüre v. N. Cochin aus Les glorieuses conquêtes de Louis le Grand b. Sébastien de Pontault de Beaulieu dit le Donjon in Paris, um 1674, 20,5 x 54,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Discorsi sopra il modo di sanguinare, Attaccar le Sanguisughe, e le Ventose, far le Fregationi et Vessicatorij à corpi humani.

      Per Gio. Recaldini,, In Bologna, 1674 - Cm. 13, pp. (20) 364. Con affascinanti incisioni xilografiche a piena pagina. Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Vistose mancanze al dorso e qualche fioritura sparsa, esemplare peraltro genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Rara edizione "tascabile" seicentesca di questo trattato cinquecentesco [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Quai Saint-Bernard mit dem Porte Saint-Bernard und Blick auf Notre Dame ('Das St. Bernard Thor in Paris welches 1606 von Heinrich dem IV. erbauet und 1674 von Ludwig dem XIV. um vieles verbessert worden - La Porte St. Bernard A Paris sut construite sous le regne de Henri IV. l'an 1606 et refaite beaucoup plus comode qu' auparauant par le partage de 2 portes egales, sous le regne de LouisXIV L'an 1674 .').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Jean Benoit Winckler b. Akademische Kunsthandlung in Augsburg, um 1780, 29,5 x 39,5 (Guckkastenblatt - optical view - vue d'optique - veduta d'ottica) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Ordinanza della Cavalcata che si fece nell ingresso in Vienna dell Augustis.ma Imp.a Margherita fuori della Porta d Ungheria V. Decembre MDCLXVI". Aus Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato, "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare [.] Parte terza".

      [Wien, Hacque, 1674]. - Bildausschnitt ca. 33,5 x 71 cm. Nicht bei Nebehay-W. Vgl. Hamann S. 279.- Seltene und prachtvolle Darstellung des Hochzeits-Festzuges, zeigt das Lager der jungen Kaiserin knapp außerhalb der Stadttore Wiens. Oberhalb eine Ansicht Wiens mit den Vorstädten (Kopie des 'Prospectus orientalis' nach G.M. Vischer - danke Clemens Paulusch), links und rechts Legenden (1-53). Die eigentliche Darstellung ist nahezu ident mit jener aus dem 10. Band des "Theatrum Europaeum", vermutlich angefertigt von Melchior Küsel.- Kaiserin Margarita (geb. 1651 in Madrid - gest. 1673 in Wien) war die erste Gemahlin von Kaiser Leopold I. "Nach dem Scheitern seiner Ehepläne mit der spanischen Infantin Maria Theresia . willigte Kaiser Leopold in eine Verbindung mit deren jüngerer Schwester Margarita ein, um die gewünschte Verbindung zu Spanien weiter zu verstärken und die Erbansprüche auf Spanien aufrechtzuerhalten. Margarita, die aus einer Verwandtenehe von Onkel und Nichte stammte, war ihrerseits die Cousine und Nichte Leopolds, den sie auch während der Ehe 'Onkel' nannte. 1663 wurde die lange geplante Verlobung der Zwölfjährigen verkündet. Die Hochzeit fand zu Ostern 1666 per procuram in Spanien statt. Die Vierzehnjährige reiste mit großem Gefolge von Madrid nach Barcelona, von dort aus in einem prächtigen, goldverzierten Schiff und Begleitgeschwader von 34 Galeeren nach Genua . zu Land weiter über Mailand und Brescia, wo sie im Oktober 1666 an den kaiserlichen Abgesandten übergeben wurde. Das Kaiserpaar sah sich zum erstenmal in Schottwien. Anfang Dezember zog die Braut endlich in Wien ein. Höhepunkt der wochenlangen Hochzeitsfeiern war ein prunkvolles Roßballett auf dem Burgplatz" (Hamann).- Bis an den Rand beschnitten, Faltspuren u. Randeinrisse alt hinterlegt, verso tlw. angestaubt, tls. etw. fleckig. Graphik, Österreich - WIEN

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        Danckwerth+Mejer,Atlas,1652,Newe Landesbeschreibung

      Johannes Mejer, 1606-1674 - Angeboten wird ein seltener Atlas von Danckwerrth, C.: "Newe Landesbeschreibung der zwey Hertzogthümer Schleswich und Holstein, zusambt vielen dabey gehörigen newen Landkarten" Husum, M. und N. Petersen, 1652, restaurierter Pergamenteinband (Restaurierungsbericht aus dem Jahr 1959 liegt bei) aus einer alten Notenhandschrift,Gross-folio, 48x32 cm., 4 Bll., 301 S., 1 Bl., mit 39 statt 40 doppelblattgroßen Kupferkarten von J. Mejer. Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieses großen Spezialatlasses von Schleswig und Holstein mit angrenzenden Gebieten. Die Karten wurden gestochen von den beiden Goldschmieden aus Husum, Matthias und Nicolaus Petersen. Titel aufgezogen u. im Falz überklebt. 1 Tafel lose u. am Rande geknickt; diese und die fehlende Gesamtkarte von Schleswig-Holstein als Kopie mit eingebunden. 3 Karten oben und unten beschnitten, Apenrade - Karte am Unterrand bis in die Darstellung. Meist gebräunt und etwas stockfleckig, wenige Blatt etwas wasserrandig, vereinzelt mit hinterlegten Einrissen und ergänzten Eckabrissen, stellenw. angerändert und im Falz überklebt. Einband beschabt und bestossen. Die Karten: 1. Schleswig-Holstein 1650 mit 18 Stadtplänen am Rand fehlt und ist als Kopie mit eingebunden., 2. Orbis Vetus (Weltkarte), 3.Germania antiqua australis, 4. Germania antiqua septentrionalis, 5. Herzogtum Schleswig 1650 liegt lose bei und ist nochmals als Kopie eingebunden, 6. Nordteil des herzogtums Schleswig, 7. Südteil des Herzogtums Schleswig, 8. Ostteil des Amtes Hadersleben 1649, 9. Westteil des Amtes Hadersleben, 10. Grundrisse der Städte Ribe, Hadersleben, Tondern, Husum und Tönning, 11. Amt Tondern 1648, 12. Marschländer des Amtes Tondern, 13. Nordfriesland 1240 und 1651, 14. Nördlicher Teil von Nordfriesland, 15. Amt Apenrade 1648 (mit Grundriss der Stadt), 16. Fürstentum Sonderburg 1649 (mit einem Grundriss der Stadt), 17. Amt Flensburg 1648 (mit Grundriss der Stadt), 18. Nordteil des Amtes Gottorp 1649, 19. Helgoland 1600 und 1649, Schleswig 1154 und 1649, 20. Angeln und Schwansen 1649, 21. Die Schlei mit den Heringszäunen, 22. Südteil des Amtes Gottorp 1651 (mit den Grundrissen der Städte Eckernförde und Friedrichstadt), 23. Amt Husum und Nordstrand, 24. Eiderstedt 1648, 25. Südlicher Teil von Nordfriesland 1240 (mit einer kleinen Karte von Runghold mit Umgebung), 26. Dänischer Wohld, Aröe, Femahrn (mit zwei Grundrissen der Stadt Borg auf Femahrn), 27. Herzogtum Holstein 1649, 28. DIE KARTE RENDSBURG, KIEL, BORDESHOLM FEHLT, 29. Grundriss der Städte Kiel, Rendsburg, Itzehoe und Oldesloe, 30. Land Wagrien 1651 Mit Grundrissen der Stadt Oldenburg 1320 und 1651, 31. Nordteil von Wagrien 1649 (mit 5 Grundrissen), 32. Südteil von Wagrien 1650 (mit 4 Grundrissen/Panoramen), 33. Fürstentum Stormarn 1650, 34. Die Ämter Trittau, Reinbek, Tremsbüttel und Steinhorst (mit einem Grundriss von Oldesloe), 35. Die Stadt Hamburg aus der Vogelschau, 36. Karte der Grafschaft Pinneberg, 37. Amt Steinburg, Kremper- und Wilster-Marsch, 38. Landkarte von Dithmarschen, anno 1559 und anno 1651, 39. Karte der Süderdithmarschen 1648, 40. Karte der Norderdithmarschen 1648. First edition and only edition of this atlas. With engraved title and 39 (of 40) doublepage engraved maps. Little brownish, text foxed, maps mostly with some small cracs on margins, few text leaves with little marginal defects. In the year 1959 restored; with the report of restoration. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Den Roomschen pelgrim ofte pelgrimagie van (...) Joannes Georgius Guilhelmi van Cranenburgh, Proto. apost. ende pastoor der Parochiale kercke van St. Laurentius tot Maesniel in de heerlyekheyt Dalenbroeck. Verdeylt in ses deelen, waer in (...) beschreven worden alle curieuse en denckweerdighe saken die hem op de reyse, soo te water als te landt (...) sijn voorghevallen. Roermond, Petrus Vallen, 1699.

      "4°, gebonden in 19e eeuwse half leren band (scharnieren gesleten, boekblok los). (32+953+(39) pag. Geillustreerd met ruim 100 houtsneden in de tekst en 17 bladen met afbeeldingen en tekst buiten de collatie. Mist 3 bladen: *1 (de titelprent) en de tekstbladen eeeee 2 en 3. Smoezelig exemplaar. Uiterst zeldzaam. STCN: 1 exemplaar (UB Nijmegen, ook incompleet). NCC online: 2 exemplaren (UB Nijmegen en UB Tilburg); Tiele 431 (als Guilhelmi). Vroeg reisboek, gebaseerd op een voetreis naar Rome uit 1674-1675, geschreven als gids voor andere reizigers. De manier van drukken en illustreren doen denken aan een volksboek. In het voorwerk een approbatie d.d. Roermond 4-12-1698 en drempelverzen van Petrus ab Ophusius, vicaris te Maasniel en Fr.D. Haen. De reis liep van Roermond via Keulen, Frankfort, Augsburg, Insbruck, Trente, Venetie, Ravenna, Ancona, Lorette, Foligno, Assisie, naar Rome en Napels en daarna terug via Sienna, Florence, Bologno, Milaan, Como en Bonn.".

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        Pharmacia galenica & chymica, dat is Apotheker ende alchymiste ofte distilleer-konste. Rotterdam, Van Waesberge, 1661 [op gegraveerde titelpagina: 'Nieu licht der Apothekers en distilleerkonst'].

      "Moderne geheel perkamenten band, (8)+460+(12) pag. Met fraai gegraveerde titelpagina met interieur van een apotheek en enkele houtsneden in de tekst. Oud eigenaarsmerk in pen: 'Johannes Veldinck, chirurgijn, 1674'. Laatste pagina's (register) gerestaureerd. Het gehele boek watervlekkig. STCN: slechts 2 ex.; Wittop Koning, Compendium Pharmacie (1986).".

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        1674 1st ed Missionary Gregorio Lopez MEXICO Chichimecos INDIANS Sante Fe NM

      A Paris : Chez Pierre le Petit, Imprimateur & Libraire ordinaire du Roy, rue S. Iaques, a la Croix d'Or, M. DC. LXXIV. [1674] - 1674 1st ed Missionary Gregorio Lopez MEXICO Chichimecos INDIANS Sante Fe NM by Francisco de Losa (1536-1634) / VERY RARE Gregorio Lopez (1542 – 1596) spent over thirty years in Mexico (1562-1596), principally in the pueblo of Santa Fé, where he lived among the Chichimecos Indians. The life of Gregorio López (1542-1596) is known from a biography by Francisco de Losa (1536-1634), a priest who met López in Mexico and stayed with him until the former's death. Losa presents the biography in a straight-forward chronology, summarizing the content of each chapters is sufficient to convey known facts about López and the author's insights. Although intended to edify and popularize, Losa does not use any particularly hagiographic devices. The work is a simple and pious tale of a hermit. First Edition of the French Translation by Arnauld d'Andilly of this biography of "one of the most successful of the early missionaries among the Indians of New Spain." Main author: Francisco de Losa; Robert Arnauld d'Andilly; Pierre Le Petit Title: La vie du bienheureux Gregoire Lopez Published: A Paris : Chez Pierre le Petit, Imprimateur & Libraire ordinaire du Roy, rue S. Iaques, a la Croix d'Or, M. DC. LXXIV. [1674] Language: French Notes: • Chapter 1. His birth and employment till he was twenty years of age. • Chapter 2. His voyage to New Spain. • Chapter 3. The conflicts he sustained, and the assistance he received, whereby he was more than conqueror. • Chapter 4. God exercises López in another manner; he removes from the Valley of Amajac. • Chapter 5. He goes to Mexico, thence to Guasteca, and falls sick. • Chapter 6. He goes to Atrisco, and thence to Mexico. • Chapter 7. He goes to the Hospital of Guastepea; his inward and outward exercises there. • Chapter 8. A severe illness obliges him to return to Mexico, whence he retires to St. Foy. • Chapter 9. The knowledge which God infused into his mind. • Chapter 10. His skill in directing others. • Chapter 11. His government of his tongue, and his prudence. • Chapter 12. His patience and humility. • Chapter 13. His prayers. • Chapter 14. His union with God and the fruits thereof. FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 420 pages; plus indexes, prefaces and such Publisher: A Paris : Chez Pierre le Petit, Imprimateur & Libraire ordinaire du Roy, rue S. Iaques, a la Croix d'Or, M. DC. LXXIV. [1674] Size: ~6.5in X 3.5in (16.5cm x 9cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Allgemeine Artzney. In dreyen Theilen verfasset: der erste handelend, von der Gesundheit ? der andere, Von der Ungesundheit ... der dritte, Von der Wund-Arzney ? nicht allein den Medicis, Chirurgis und Feldscherern

      Frankfurt: Fievet, 1674. Second edition, with additional third part on surgery. Engraved illustrations to text throughout, woodcut tailpieces. [viii], 258, [10, index]; [8], 381, [11, index]; [12], 186 pp., general title-page of first part in facsimile. 1 vols. Folio. Contemporary sheep. Worn, spine damaged with loss, contemporary notes in German and Latin on endpapers, toning and light dampstaining to text throughout. Second edition, with additional third part on surgery. Engraved illustrations to text throughout, woodcut tailpieces. [viii], 258, [10, index]; [8], 381, [11, index]; [12], 186 pp., general title-page of first part in facsimile. 1 vols. Folio. Manual on medicine and surgery by the Dutch physician Johannes von Beverwyck (1594-1647). Wellcome refers to this edition as a "Reprint of 1671 ed., with addition of Chirurgia". Hirsch I, 517; Wellcome II, 159; not in Waller, Osler or Krivatsy

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        Oeuvres diverses du sieur D *** avec le traité du sublime ou Du merveilleux

      à Paris: Chez Claude Barbin, 1674. Fine. Chez Claude Barbin, à Paris 1674, In 8 (15,5x23cm), (4) 178pp. (2) ; (5) 102pp. (7) (1), relié. - First edition of Boileau and works with the term containing 9 satires, epistles 4, the first four songs of the lectern and the Treaty of the sublime. The edition also contains a new foreword and a new preface. Beautiful print in italics. There exists an edition of parts dating from 1670 which Boileau Boileau speaks without mentioning the date, but that seems not found; Brunet cites the comment, without giving a date. Full sheepskin marbled time. Back to nerves Jansenist. Piece black title. Rubbed together. 2 corners bumped. He misses the second sheet completing the privilege (last lines indicating the date). The two frontispieces are also missing, one must appear before the title, the other before the lectern. Title page with dirt. Important issue. --- 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] Première édition de Boileau comportant le terme Oeuvres et contenant 9 satires, 4 épitres, les quatre premiers chants du Lutrin et le traité du sublime. L'édition contient également un nouvel avis au lecteur et une nouvelle préface. Belle impression, en italiques. Il existerait une édition de pièces de Boileau datant de 1670 dont parle Boileau sans mentionner la date, mais qui paraît introuvable ; Brunet la cite en commentaire, sans donner de date. Reliure en pleine basane marbrée d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre noire. Ensemble frotté. 2 coins émoussés. Il manque le second feuillet achevant le privilège (dernières lignes indiquant la date). Les deux frontispices sont également manquant, l'un devant figurer devant le titre, l'autre avant le Lutrin. Page de titre avec salissures. Importante édition.

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        Reiss-Beschreibung in unterschiedliche Theile der Welt, nemlich in Türcken, Egypten, Palestina, Persien, Ost-Indien und andere weit entlegene Landschaften.

      Geneva, Johann Herman Widerhold, 1674. - Folio. 4 vols. bound as 1. [20], 218, [12], [2 blank]; [4], 236, [12]; [4], 244, [13], [1 blank]; [6], 231, [17] pp. First title-page printed in red and black, each title-page with Widerholds's woodcut device (motto: "Gradatim ad sidera tollor"). With 31 engraved plates (1 folding), including frontispiece and portraits of the author and his wife, by Jean Jacques Thourneyser. Further with woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces, factotums and several small woodcuts in the text. Contemporary vellum, manuscript spine-title, blue sprinkled edges. First edition in German of Pietro della Valle's deservedly famous narrative of his travels in the Middle East, with an excellent account of Muscat and the Arabian Gulf and references to Dibba. Della Valle, an Italian nobleman, sailed from Venice in 1614 to Istanbul, where he arrived in August 1614, spending a year to explore the city. He continued to Rhodes, Alexandria, Rosetta, Cairo, crossing the Sinai desert to Jerusalem, Damascus and Aleppo. From there Della Valle proceeded to Isfahan (Iran) to meet the Safavid ruler Shah Abbas I. He sojourned in Persia until early 1623, witnessing and commenting on the escalating conflict between Shah Abbas and the Portuguese empire. In 1621 he decided to return to Europe and set off for the Persian Gulf, but the Persian and English blockade prevented his sailing. By way of India he finally sailed for Muscat in January 1623, from he crossed the Arabian Gulf to Basra, continuing overland to Aleppo, arriving in Europe in 1626. During his travels he wrote regularly to his learned friend in Naples, Mario Schipano. These 54 letters formed the basis of an account of his travels that was first published in Rome as Viaggi di Pietro della Valle from 1650 to 1658. "Della Valle displayed excellent narrative and descriptive skills, powers of acute observation, and a genuinely scholarly breadth of learning. He refused to comment on what he had not witnessed himself or checked against the best authorities [.] Della Valle's eighteen letters from Persia provide one of the most detailed sources of information for most aspects of Persian life in the second half of Shah Abbas' reign" (Gurney). - Engraved armorial bookplate on paste-down. Evenly browned throughout, some spotting, few quires in volume 3 with wormholes in gutter margin, not affecting the text, otherwise in very good condition. VD 17, 39:135561Q. Tobler, p. 95. Cf. Atabey 1269-1271 (other eds.); Blackmer 1712 (French ed.); Gurney, "Della Valle, Pietro", in: Encyclopaedia Iranica (online ed.). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Klare Onderrichtinge der voortreffelijcke Worstel-konst,

      Amsterdam: Johannes Jansonius van Waesberge,, 1674. Verhandelende hoeman in alle voorvallen van Twist in Handtgemeenschap, sich kan hoeden: en alle Aengrepen, Borst-stooten, Vuyst-slagen &c. verstetten. Quarto (235 × 189 mm). Contemporary full vellum, remnant of ink lettering to the spine. 71 etched plates by Romeyn de Hooghe, plate 6 was originally duplicated and the duplication corrected at the time by the imposition of the correct plate numbered 7, over it, so neatly is this done that it is barely visible from the recto. A little rubbed, the front free endpaper somewhat creased and with some loss at the lower corner, light browning, a few faint damp-stains in margins, occasional finger-soiling, some minor chipping at the edges, but overall very good. First edition of this renowned manual of self-defence. The work is particularly notable for the telling combination of de Hooghe's clear, but nonetheless dramatic, illustrations, and the simplicity and lucidity of Petter's written instructions. Prof. Sydney Anglo describes it as "historically speaking, the most important treatise on unarmed combat ever printed ... the finest of all wrestling books and deservedly the most famous" (The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe, p.190). While Eli Steenput, in the introduction to his English translation (Journal of Western Martial Art, October 2000), remarks that "It is probably unique in presenting an effective and complete unarmed combat system in a format from which it would be actually possible to learn". In themselves de Hooghe's plates are remarkable, fully justifying Otto Benesch's description of him as "not only the greatest Dutch etcher of the period, but the only great artist Holland produced at the end of her classical era … one of the greatest illustrators of all time, comprehending within himself all the various faculties of the universal mind of the Baroque". Wrestling-master Petter's school of practical self-defence for the bourgeoisie on the dangerous streets of Amsterdam, clearly differentiates the book from the earlier tradition of wrestling books, such as the Ringbüchlein, or Fabian von Auerswald's Ringer-Kunst, where smiling contestants are shown engaged in a sporting contest. Iinstead the plates portray well-dressed gentlemen tangling with grimacing, sometimes armed, street toughs. Petter died shortly before publication, and the book was seen through the press by his widow, and his pupil Robert Cors, who explains the principles that lay behind his master's method; "The forces which were lent to the human understanding by nature, are not present alike in each art, and if they were, then they would nevertheless not be developed in the same way. Of two arts one is usually superior, this is in general the one based on knowledge. Most people do not seriously consider how they could secure themselves against all manner ofd abuse or assault, as might be levelled against them by evil-hearted villains, eager for violence. Our wrestler has studied this problem, first developing his mind, then looking for effective strikes and holds, by which one can defend against violent attacks with shoves, punches, or a knife. These he has practised diligently, and, to benefit the community, he has decided finally to compile this instructional book … Cruel Death has untimely taken him from us, before he could bring this project to conclusion. The images had already been prepared during his life, ordered and provided with explanatory captions to instruct the studious wrestler". By way of advertisement, Cors mentions that he is "prepared to instruct interested parties in these techniques for reasonable remuneration and be reached at the Witwe house of Nicolaes Petter on the Prinsengracht in the Gustavusburgh not far from the combat academy". Far from common institutionally, just 20 or so copies world-wide, with most of them in the Netherlands, and very rarely encountered commercially, particularly so in such wonderful, unrestored contemporary condition. This copy with an early anonymous bookplate and the later plate of Amsterdam doctor and bibliophile, Bob Luza, whose collection was sold in 1981.

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        Volatiles from the history of Adam and Eve: containing, many unquestioned truths, and allowable notions of several natures

      London, printed for T. Bassett at the George in Fleet-street, 1674. 8vo., (8) + 72 + 75 - 87 + (1) + 88 - 89 + 89 - 188 + (4)pp., including final blank, text continuous despite pagination (see ESTC), blank strip cut away from foot of title-page but not near printed surface or ruled border, rather later calf-backed boards, sympathetically rebacked, spine fully gilt in compartments, with the early 20th century bookplate of Leonard Lionel Bloomsfield*>. Only edition. Wing P.1912. This is an off-piste little book by the natural philosopher and politician Sir John Pettus (ca. 1613-1685), best known now probably for his works on minerals and mining. In his dedicatory piece to his neighbour, Leister Devereux, Viscount Hereford, Pettus observes, self-deprecatingly, that 'possibly, these excursions might have been more excusable to me in my youth, than in my age; but it is a solace to me, that I can be yet youthful in my notions .....'. * Leonard Lionel Bloomsfield was an extraordinary bibliophile. His principal library of some 13,255 volumes (including incunabula and manuscripts and a large part of the personal library of the poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning), is now held by Brighton & Hove City Library.

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        The History of Lapland wherein are shewed the Original, Manners, Habits, Marriages, Conjurations, &c. of that People. Written by Joh Scheffer, professor of Law and Rhetoric at Upsal in Sweden. Oxford, At the Theatre, 1674. Folio. Engr. extra title,+ (4),+ 147,+ (1) pp.+ folding engr. map. With 25 wood cuts in the text. Minor spotting, a small tear in the engr. title, a minor hole through pp. 3-4 with a loss of letter, easy damp stain on the title and somewhat larger spotting on pp. 21 and 87. Worn contemporary full calf, spine with raised band and red label, somehart loose in front hinge. From the library of Ericsberg, with the book plate of Carl Jedvard Bonde. Collijn sp. 828. Fant 35. Warmholtz 705 not. Marklund 2608. Carlander III s. 568

      - Oxford, At the Theatre, 1674. Folio. Engr. extra title,+ (4),+ 147,+ (1) pp.+ folding engr. map. With 25 wood cuts in the text. Minor spotting, a small tear in the engr. title, a minor hole through pp. 3-4 with a loss of letter, easy damp stain on the title and somewhat larger spotting on pp. 21 and 87. Worn contemporary full calf, spine with raised band and red label, somehart loose in front hinge. From the library of Ericsberg, with the book plate of Carl Jedvard Bonde. Collijn sp. 828. Fant 35. Warmholtz 705 not. Marklund 2608. Carlander III s. 568. Wing S851. The variety with mention of the book dealers West och Curtain on the printed titel lage. First English edition of Johannes Shefferus?, translated by Acton Cremer. It was followed by two more editions, in 1704 and 1751. It is sometimes counted as the first ethnograhical work published by The Oxford Press. Johannes Schefferus was the first swede who hade a direct contact with the Royal Society in London. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht von Speyer und Worms ('Spir Palatinat - Worms Palatinat').

      - Kupferstich v. N. Cochin aus Les glorieuses conquêtes de Louis le Grand b. Sébastien Pontault de Beaulieu, v. 1674, 35,5 x 50,5 Doll/Stein - Speyer - Ansichten aus vier Jahrhunderten 1492 - 1880, 1.4.04 (unser Zustand dort nicht bekannt!) - Zeigt 2 Ansichten auf einem Blatt. - In der oberen Hälfte Speyer; unten Worms. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        MACHIAVEL'S DISCOURSES UPON THE FIRST DECADE OF T LIVIUS PRINCE

      1674. Good. (MACHIAVELLI, Niccolo. Dacres, Edward, trans.) MACHIAVEL'S DISCOURSES UPON THE FIRST DECADE OF T. LIVIUS, Translated out of the Italian. To which is added his PRINCE: With some animadversions noting and taxing his errors. By E.D. The Second Edition much corrected and amended. London: Printed for Charles Harper at the Flower-de-luce over against St. Dunstans Church, and John Amery at the Peacock over against Fetter-lane, both in Fleet-street, M. DC. LXXIV [1674]. The two works in this volume, translated by Dacres, were first published separately in 1636 and 1640 respectively. The first combined edition was printed in 1663; and this is the second edition thus, of the combined edition, corrected and amended. Two slightly different title pages are noted for this edition: in addition to the publisher information, the first supplies bookseller information (to be sold by Thomas Burrell and William Hensman) and the publication date is given in arabic numerals; while the second, offered here, omits the bookseller information and has the publication date in roman numerals. Frontispiece portrait of Machiavelli, engraved by R. White. [xxiv],686,[2] pp., including the portrait. Octavo, 17 x 11 cm, contemporary leather boards, worn and rebacked, with endpapers renewed. All edges marbled. The Prince has a separate title page dated 1673. Many errors in numeration. Complete, clean, and very good overall. Although Machiavelli's writings in the original Italian, as well as his reputation, preceded Dacres' translation of the Discourses and the Prince to England, Dacre's translations gave wider exposure to Machiavelli's practical politics advocating councils based on political pragmatism and historical experience, and extended his influence on English political thought. Machiavelli's Discourses were of special interest at the time of publication in England because they provided a justification of republicanism. (Wing M135A).

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        The works...consisting of those which were formerly printed: and those which he design'd for the press, now published out of the authors original copies. The fourth edition

      London: Henry Herringman (pr. by J.M.) Folio (30 cm, 11.8"). Frontis., [42], 41, [1 (blank)], 80, [4], 70 (59/60 skipped in pagination, text uninterrupted), 154, 23, [1 (blank)], 148 pp.. 1674 Cowley's collected poems in their fourth edition, beginning with a good impression of => the frontispiece portrait engraved by Faithorne, "an account of the life and writings" of the poet signed by T. Spratt, and two odes on Cowley's death by Thomas Higgons and Sir John Denham. Once considered the epitome of his era's wit, the author of "The Mistress" (verses in honor of love and various women, included in this volume) suffered a notable decline in popularity in subsequent years, prompting Pope's musing "Who now reads Cowley? . . . but still I love the language of his heart." And indeed despite the vagaries of reputation he has always had his worthy appreciators. Cowley's Pindaric odes are present here, as are the "Davideis" and "Davideidos"; also set forth are the "delightful little prose Essays (with verse interwoven)" for which The Concise Cambridge History of English Literature believes Cowley will most ultimately be remembered. Some sections have separate title-pages, bearing the same publisher and date information as the main Provenance: Front pastedown with small armorial bookplate and with bookseller's ticket from Cambridge, England. 17th-century mottled calf, rebacked at some point in the 19th century and again more recently with hinges carefully reinforced (inside); spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title label, covers showing the predictable acid-etching. Varying degrees of browning to pages; scattered incidents of worming in lower inner and outer margins, almost never affecting text. A handsome book in a binding both sturdy and attractive.

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