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        THE CASE OF THE BANKERS AND THEIR CREDITORS, STATED AND EXAMINED. WHEREIN THE PROPERTY OF THE SUBJECT IN THIS, AND THE LIKE CASES, IS SOBERLY ASSERTED, BY THE COMMON AND STATUTE LAWS OF ENGLAND...

      London, 1675. Dbd. Old stamp on titlepage and a few other pages, bit tanned, some contemporary underscoring and marginalia. Small tear in foredge of titlepage, some minor damage to final text leaf. Good plus. Third edition, with considerable additions, after the first of 1674 and another of 1675, of this discourse on the role of bankers in England, creditors, and debt. Turner's main theme is the relationship between the Crown and Parliament with regard to national debt. KRESS 1393. GOLDSMITHS 2130. WING T3338.

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        Paris view - Clement de Jonghe.

      ParysRare view of Paris by Clement de Jonghe, approx. 1675. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 40,1 x 52,9 cm. With poem on the beauty of the town in Latin, Dutch and French by A. Montanus. With legend of main churches, monastries and buildings. Price: € 1.250,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        The History of the most Renowned and Victorious Princess Elizabeth, Late Queen of England; Containing All the most Important and Remarkable Passages of State, both at Home and Abroad during her Long and Prosperous Reign

      E. Flesher for Charles Harper, & John Amery 1675 - Folio. Engraved frontispiece of portrait Queen Elizabeth, 10 leaves, 11-661, [18] pages, facsimile of p. 19-20 of index. Modern leather. Covers adhering to mylar cover. Edge chipping to prelims. Internally very good besides. Title in red and black. Charles William Curtis?s book plate. Ref: Wing C362. First printed in 1615 (English translation 1625), William Camden?s Annales was the first detailed history of Elizabeth I?s reign. Camden began work in 1607, reputedly at the urging of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, one of Elizabeth?s principal advisers. Camden was able to use primary sources, such as Sir John Fortescue, Elizabeth's last Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Henry Cuffe, the ill-fated Earl of Essex. Significantly, Camden had known Elizabeth herself, and wrote much of the history from state papers and letters made available to him by Burghley. Camden?s history of Elizabeth was an important work in establishing the historical image of Elizabeth and her "glorious era". See: H.R. Trevor-Roper, Queen Elizabeth?s First Historian. William Camden and the Beginnings of English Civil History. Neale lecture in English history; 1971. Other Titles: Annales rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum regnante Elizabetha. Historie of the most renowned and victorious Princesse Elizabeth late Queen of England. History of the most renowned and victorious Princesse Elizabeth. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert

      London: Tho. Roycroft for Richard Marriot, 1675. "Fourth edition", i.e. second edition of the collected Lives. Four engraved portraits, separate title-pages for each biography and Herbert's letters, continuous register and pagination, errata leaf 2A4v. 1 vols. 12mo. Contemporary calf gilt. Rebacked; sides crazed, fore edge margin of Donne portrait shaved with small loss to outer frame. Bookplate of Robert S. Pirie. "Fourth edition", i.e. second edition of the collected Lives. Four engraved portraits, separate title-pages for each biography and Herbert's letters, continuous register and pagination, errata leaf 2A4v. 1 vols. 12mo. PRESENTATION COPY, WITH DONNE SEAL. "This collection of biographies is one of the most celebrated in the English language" - Pforzheimer catalogue (for 1670 ed.). This edition calls itself the fourth because it contains the fourth editions of the lives of Donne and Hooker. Presentation copy to Mrs. Lillie inscribed and signed ("Iz. Wa.") on the title-page, with errata corrected in Walton's hand, and John Donne's seal affixed by Walton on E5r next to Donne's poem to George Herbert. The wax impression of the seal depicts Christ crucified on an anchor. Walton employed a signet ring with that same emblem bequeathed to him in Donne's will (see Notes and Queries: for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, 8th Ser., IX, 18 January 1896, p. 41). Wing W-672; Coigney p. 386

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        Den e. manhaften zee-held Jan Evertsz. ridder, vice admir. van Zeeland, &.

      Amsterdam, Clemendt de Jonghe, (ca. 1675.).Engraved half length portrait with baton and naval battles on both sides and 8 line poem in two columns by I. Koerding, after Hendrick Berckman by Abraham Blotelingh. Ca. 44 x 34,5 cm.Jan Evertsen (1600 -1666) was the most important admiral from the heroic Evertsen dynasty from Zealand. - Fine.Muller, Portretten, 1593e; See Roos, Het admiralengeslachr Evertsen. .

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        Wandkaart Leiden - Christian Hagen, 1675.

      BEROEMDE WANDKAART VAN LEIDEN"Lugdunum Batavorum 1675.' De befaamde zgn. 'Kleine Hagen". Gravure gedrukt van meerdere koperplaten. "Afgemeten en Afgeteykent door Johan Douw De Jonge' en gegraveerd door Christia(e)n (van) Hagen. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. ca. 84 x 94 cm.Wandkaart van Leiden, plattegrond met een panorama van de stad gezien vanuit het zuiden. Links met afbeeldingen van Pieters Kerk, "Pancras-" ook wel Hooglandse Kerk, universiteit met hortus, Lakenhal, de door geldgebrek nimmer verder dan de fundamenten gebouwde Nieuw Gefundeerde Kerk, stadhuis, burcht en Mare Kerk. Rechts de Witte Poort, Morspoort, Hogewoerdsbinnenpoort, Koepoort, Blauwpoort, Rijnsburger- of Haarlemmerpoort, Marepoort en Zijlpoort. Bovenaan de door festoenen verbonden wapens van de stad en van de vier regerende burgemeesters. Op de kaart zijn cartouches met allegorische figuren afgebeeld met genummerde aanwijzing van namen van straten en gebouwen.Aan het eind van de 16de- en in de eerste helft van de 17de-eeuw werd de bebouwing in het middeleeuwse stadsdeel sterk verdicht. Door overbevolking, verschuivingen in de sociale samenstelling van de bevolking en functieverandering van huizen en grachten, werden erven en binnenplaatsen volgebouwd met achtersteegjes; de zgn. poorten. De daaraan gelegen arbeiderswoningen waren zeer klein en vaak van slechte kwaliteit. Om te kunnen voorzien in het steeds nijpender gebrek aan ruimte werd de stad in de eerste helft van de 17de eeuw in een aantal uitleggen fors uitgebreid. Voor een deel zijn dit voor de hand liggende opvullingen van relatief kleine percelen tegen de oude stadsgrens aan. Bij al deze uitbreidingen heeft het stadsbestuur met wisselend succes geprobeerd de inrichting van de kavels en de bebouwing aan regels te onderwerpen. De uitgangspunten daarbij waren een mengsel van stedenbouwkundige, sociale, milieutechnische en welstandelijke argumenten. Door de grote aantallen arbeiders en kleine ambachtslui, werd er in de nieuwe wijken vooral voor hen gebouwd. De stad probeerde door de aanleg van brede, voorname grachten als de Oude Vest ook voornamere bebouwing te stimuleren, maar de eenvoudige en eenvormige kleine en middelgrote huizen beheersten het straatbeeld.Na voltooiing van de stadsuitbreidingen werd in 1667 opdracht verleend voor het vervaardigen een nieuwe grote kaart van Leiden. Op dat moment heeft de stad ca. 65.000 inwoners. In overeenstemming zowel met de nieuwe omvang als met de vermaardheid van Leiden, moest het een waardig stuk propaganda worden.De landmeter van Rijnland J(oh)an Dou (1642-1690) heeft meer dan anderhalf jaar nodig voor de ontwerptekening klaar is. Voor het graveren en uitgeven wordt eerst de bekende Joan Blaeu gecontracteerd, maar door een grote brand die Blaeu"s drukkerij in vlammen doet opgaan, wordt bijna al het werk verricht door Christiaen van Hagen (ca. 1635-1688).De grote plattegrond met daaromheen de belangrijkste gebouwen (de zgn. 'Grote Hagen", hier te zien op onze site) is af in 1670. Omdat men zeer content was met het resultaat, verscheen een aantal jaren later de hier beschreven verkleinde versie van de kaart die bovendien werd uitgebreid met afbeeldingen van de stadspoorten.Literatuur: E. Pelinck, "De Kaart van Hagen" - in Leids Jaarboekje 1954  pp. 113-127Prijs: € 6.500,- (incl. lijst).

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        A Collection of Several Treatises Concerning the Reasons... Jesuits

      1675. Fear and Distrust of Charles II [Cecil, William, Lord Burghley (1520-1598)]. [Bluet, Thomas]. [Sergeant, John (1622-1707)]. A Collection of Several Treatises Concerning the Reasons and Occasions of the Penal Laws. Viz. I. The Execution of Justice in England, Not for Religion, But for Treason: 17 Dec. 1583. II. Important Considerations, By the Secular Priests: Printed A.D. 1601. III. The Jesuits Reasons Unreasonable: 1662. London: Printed for Richard Royston, 1675. [8], 104, 109-13 [i.e. 131] pp. The Jesuits Reasons has separate title page dated 1662. Quarto (7" x 5-1/4"). Later three-quarter morocco over marbled boards, gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, lighter rubbing to boards, final three leaves of text loose (but secure), bottom edge of The Jesuits Reasons trimmed with some loss to text. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, smudges and minor inkstains to a few leaves. A solid copy. * Only edition. This volume was assembled at a time when Charles II was arousing fear and distrust due to his increasingly overt support of Catholicism. Its title alludes to the Royal Declaration of Indulgence (1673), an unsuccessful attempt by the king to abolish the Penal Laws, thus extending religious liberty and civil rights to Protestant nonconformists and Roman Catholics. The first treatise, by William Cecil, Lord Burghley, was originally published in 1583 as The Execution of Iustice in England. The second treatise, by Thomas Bluet, was first published in 1601 as Important Considerations Which Ought to Move All True and Sound Catholikes. The third treatise, by John Sergeant, was originally published in 1662 as The Jesuite's Reasons Unreasonable. OCLC locates 9 copies in North American law libraries (Columbia, Harvard, Library of Congress, Northwestern, UC-Berkeley, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia). English Short-Title Catalogue R11022.

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        Farol indiano, y guia de curas de indios. [bound and issued with] Arte de el idioma mexicano.

      The first work in this volume is a handbook for priests with Nahuatl-speakers as parishioners; it contains a summary of "the five sacraments that ministers of the gospel administer here in America. With all the moral cases that occur among Indians." Principally in Spanish, it has the prescribed responses of the parishioners in Nahuatl. The second work is a Nahuatl grammar, this being its only colonial-era edition. Pérez was a professor of Nahuatl at the Royal University of Mexico and one of the country's leading experts in the period 1675-1725. Provenance: On the front fly-leaf the late 18th-century ownership inscription of Lic. Manuel Villa telling => where he purchased the book and its cost and imploring anyone who borrows it to return it; early 19th-century ownership signature on title-page of Jose Mariano Perdomo; 20th-century blind pressure-stamp on title-page of Sotomayor Vaqueiro. At the rear of the volume is a manuscript note in a clear hand stating the Bachiller Jose Mariano Perdomo had completed two years of study of theology.

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        Stephani Curcellaei opera theologica, quorum pars praecipua institutio religionis Christianae. Cum indicibus necessariis.

      Amstelodami: Apud Danielem Elservirium Folio (31 cm, 12.2"). [18] ff., 1028, [34] pp.. 1675 Sole edition of theological works by the => leader of the Remonstrants (who was also a personal friend of Descartes). Courcelles, a minister at Amiens, became chair of Arminian theology at the Remonstrant Seminary in Amsterdam after Episcopius, who founded the school in 1634. The famous Elzevir print shop published this volume edited by Philippus van Limborch (1633–1712), Courcelles' student and successor. The eulogy following Limborch's preface was written by Arnold Poelenberg (1628–66), another professor at the Seminary whose remarks are still considered the => most important source of information on Courcelles' life (1586–1659). The Latin text is printed in roman and italic with occasional Greek and decorated with handsome woodcut initials and tailpieces. The title-page, printed in red and black, features the printer's device of Daniel Elzevir, the Minerva. Provenance: Swirly red stamp (not a rubber-stamp) blazoning owner's initials in a complicated monogram within a wreath, title-page verso. Contemporary full vellum with early ink title to spine, red speckled edges; leather scuffed and lightly soiled, upper joint starting. Ex-library: bookplate and old penciling on front pastedown. Waterstaining in outer margin of first eight leaves then intermittently, minor foxing on a few leaves only, occasional small ink blotches; tiniest touches of worming in bottom margin of 250 pages or so in middle of text and starting again at end, most noticeable on rear pastedown. Provenance mark as above.

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        Lappland. Das ist: Neue und wahrhafftige Beschreibung von Lappland und dessen Einwohnern/ worin viel bißhero unbekandte Sachen von der Lappen Ankunfft….erzählet/ und mit unterschiedlichen Figuren für gestellet worden.

      Hallervorden Frankfurt, 1675. 8 Bl., 1 Taf, 424 S. broschiert/ Taschenbuch. Kartoneinband Mit gestochenem Titel, Titel-Holzschnitt, Vignette, 25 Textholzschnitten und einer ausfaltbaren Karte. Vordere Einbandfalz innen verstärkt. Auf wenigen Seiten ganz vereinzelte und dezente Unterstreichungen oder eine Randbemerkung. Rand des Einbandes mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren. In Leinen-Schmuckkasette mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Insgesamt schönes und frisches Exemplar. Gestochenes Ex Libris Henry Samuel Howard Guinnes in Buch und Kasette. / Engraved title, woodcut on title, vignette, 25 woodcuts on text, engraved map. On few pages very rare and decent underlines/ marks. Edge of binding shows mild wear. In casette with cladded cloth and gilt title on spine. At all a very good and clean copy. Sehr guter Zustand/ very good Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        La Generation de l'Homme par le moyen des oeufs et la production des tumeurs impures par l'action des sels, Examinées dans une Lettre écrite à Mr*** D.M. sur l'ouverture du cadavre d'une femme où l'on a trouvé plusieurs corps extraordinaires.

      Chez Jacques Lucas, A Rouen 1675 - Petit in-8 (11 x 17 cm) de (2)-59-(1) pp., vélin ivoire souple, titre manuscrit sur le dos avec une erreur de datation (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare signée Guillaume de Houppeville, docteur en médecine de la faculté de Montpellier, agrégé au collège des médecins de Rouen (16.-1726), qui créa par la présente une polémique qui le contraignit à une seconde édition l'année suivante en guise de réponse. On a du même auteur La Guerison du cancer au sein (Rouen, 1693) et le Discours sur les eaux minerales de Rouen (Rouen, 1696). Très bel exemplaire en vélin souple du temps. Frère, II, 91 ; Bibliotheca Osleriana, 3013 ; a échappé à Waller. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Roads from York to Whitby and Scarborough in York Shi.

      1675 - London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The complete route, with a spur from New Malton to Scarborough. Plate 100 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche, this being one of the four plates with the way-wiser (surveyor's wheel). It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right, in this case uninked.

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        A present for a papist: or the life and death of Pope Joan, plainly proving out of the printed properties, and manuscripts of popish writers and others, that a woman called Joan, was really Pope of Rome; and was there deliver'd of a bastard son in the open street, as she went in solemn procession. By a lover of truth, denying human infallibility

      printed for T. D. and are to be sold at the Ship in St. Mary Axe., London 1675 - First edition under this title; small 8vo, pp. [6], 165, [1]; engraved frontispiece; old calf-backed marbled boards, spine partially perished, binding rubbed and stained, joints cracked; to look at the book, a fair copy only but the text block is complete, sound, and clean. Alexander Cooke (1564-1632) was Vicar of Leeds, Yorkshire. This is apparently his first book, first published in 1610 and again in 1625 under the title of Pope Joane: A Dialogue between a Protestant and a Papist, both times in quarto but neither with the frontispiece which appears here for the first time. ESTC locates 10 copies, but only 5 in the US: Folger, Harvard, UCLA, Illinois, and Yale. OCLC adds the Morgan. Wing P-3244; CD-Wing C5996B. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité de l'usage du pantomètre, Instrument géométrique, propre à prendre toutes sortes d'angles, mezurer les distances accessibles et inaccessibles, arpenter & diviser toutes sortes de figures

      1675 - de (20), 26, 187 et (5) pages Paris, André Pralard, 1675, in-12, de (20), 26, 187 et (5) pages [manque le frontispice], basane brune de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs (coiffes érasées et mors fragiles), Première édition, peu courante. 25 planches gravures pleine page représentent le pantomètre et les différentes manières de l'utiliser. Cet instrument, imaginé par l'auteur, était destiné à la mesure des angles. Pierre Bullet (1639-1716), élève de François Blondel, était architecte du Roi et de la Ville de Paris. On lui doit la porte Saint-Martin (1674), des bâtiments de l'abbaye de St-Martin des Champs et de très nombreux monuments et hôtels particuliers à Paris. Mouillure dans l'intérieur supérieur des deux premiers cahiers, et mouillure claire sur l'extérieur des pages 5 à 12. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vangiones Partie Occidentale de L'Archevesché De Mayence Partie de L'Eslectorat et Palatinat Du Rhein Par le Sr. Sanson Geographe ordinaire du Roy Avec Privilege du Roy pour 20 Ans 1675 - A Paris Chez l'Autheur aux Galleries du Louvres':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville in Paris, dat. 1675, 33,5 x 51 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Landkarten der Pfalz am Rhein, 1513-1803, S. 265 u. Abb. S. 24. - 2. Zustand der Karte mit veränderter Verlegeradresse. - Zeigt die Pfalz zwischen Oppenheim, Mosel, Rockenhausen und Kestert am Rhein - mittig Bad Kreuznach. - Oben rechts Titel und Meilenzeiger mit Verlegeradresse. - Selten! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        NEW AND EXCELLENT EXPERIMENTS AND SECRETS IN THE ART OF ANGLING, BEING DIRECTIONS FOR THE WHOLE ART

      London. 1675.. This is the angling section extracted from "The Accomplisht-Ladys Delight", attributed to Hannah Wooley. This is a copy which has been taken apart and laid down on larger paper and ruled in red. The title page is dated 1675 (printed in the year 1675, no imprint), originally a 12mo, now approximately 200 x 125 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, engraved frontispiece of a Lady and Gentleman fishing, an engraving of fish follows the title page, misbound as there is offsetting from it on a page of text which it faced originally, title page and 33 pages, plus 10 blank pages as padding at rear, no pagination as it has been trimmed off with the margins, catchwords correct, bound in half sheep with marbled boards, marbled endpapers, bookbinder's ticket to first pastedown. Binding rubbed, hinges cracked at head of spine, covers still attached, crack between first free endpaper and frontispiece, no loose pages, tips of corners worn with board slightly showing, slight shelf wear, rubbing to covers, small neat repair to first pastedown and first free endpaper, text has pale age-browning with occasional light mark, neat old ink note to blank endpaper, otherwise a very good copy. The last chapter has the heading " The names of the Flyes that are used in Angling, with the Times when they are in Season and what the Bodies and Wings are made of". See T. Westwood & T. Satchell, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, page 128, listing the first edition dated 1675; Arnold Whitaker Oxford, English Cookery Books to the Year 1850, page 37; Katherine Bitting, Gastronomic Bibliography, Anonymous Section page 513. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        1675 1st Oxford Edition King James Bible Book of Common Prayer & Book of Psalms

      Hardcover. Good. FIRST ENGLISH BIBLE PRINTED AT OXFORD. Fine contemporary leather binding. Thick 4to. 9.0" x 6.75" Inches (LxB). Over 3" inches thick. With New Testament title & the extra engraved title present & both are dated 1675 & the Colophon is dated 1673; with The Book of Common Prayer, & the extra engraved title present and The Whole Book of Psalms; both with Oxford: at the Theater, 1675, on the title pages. Apocrypha, Blackletter text, With Book of Common Prayer (front) and Whole Book of Psalms (end). Fine original full calf leather boards with blind embossed designs to each board, spine rebacked in period style, with gilt decorations, 4 raised bands & 2 red gilt lettered morocco labels. First edition, first printing, first variant (colophon dated 1673) of the first English Bible ever printed at Oxford. Collates per Herbert 719. Psalms Collected into English metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. Lacks general title; but 4 other titles dated 1675; Colophon dated 1673. Original full calf leather boards with blind embossed designs to each, spine with fine modern calf leather reback, new endpapers, some wear and scuffing to covers.

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        KONGL MAJ:TS NÅDIGE TILSTÅND, GIFWIT RIJKSENS STÄNDER TIL AT TAGA BANQUEN UNDER SIN FÖRWALTNING m fl.

      Kongl Tryckeriet/Wankijfs Änckia/Johan Henrich Werner/Pet Momma 1675-1762, 70 Förordningar, Kungörelser mm ca 400s angående Wäxel- och Låne-Banquen / Banquen i Stockholm / Riksbanken. Samtida brunmarmorerat kalvskinnsband på fem bind med förgylld skinnryggtitel och slösande förgylld ryggornamentik, stänkta snitt, pågågelsmarmorerade försätts; båda försättsbladen uttagna, aningen nött i kapitäl, pärmhörn och -kanter, i övrigt välhållen med ren inlaga tryckt på lumppapper.. Utgivna i följande regenters namn: Hedvig Eleonora, Karl XI, Karl XII, Ulrika Eleonora, Fredrik I, Adolf Fredrik 1675-1762. 11 st i nytryck 1742 resp 1755 (1675-1730) och 59 st i förstatryck (1698-1762)

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        Nemetes. - Evesché De Spire - Partie de L'Eslectorat et Palatinat Du Rhein ou sont les Balliages de Heidelberg de Bretten de Germersheim - Seicnevrie de L'Evesché de Spire Par le Sr Sanson Geographe ordinaire du Roy Avec Privilege du Roy pour 20 Ans. 1675 - à Paris Chez l'Autheur, (handschriftlich: aux Galleries du Louvre)':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville in Paris, dat. 1675, 42,5 x 49,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Landkarten der Pfalz am Rhein, 1513-1803, S. 266. - Zeigt das Hochstift Speyer mit dem Gebiet zwischen Mannheim, Heilbronn, Bad Bergzabern und Sindelfingen. - Mittig die nördliche Markgrafschaft Baden-Durlach mit Pforzheim im Mittelpunkt. - Unten rechts Titel. - Unten links Meilenzeiger. - Selten! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tractatus de Morbis Mulierum? Tractatus pathologicus de morbis veneresi? De Morbis oculorum? Febrium curationes...

      MANUSCRIPT, 18th century. Manuscript, apparently student abstracts from four texts of the Medical School at Montpellier: 1) Astruc, Tractatus de Morbis Mulierum (Garrison-Morton 6019), 1 leaf, 171 p., 2 blank leaves., 2-page index capitum [ends at the heading for Caput 27 mm "De cancro mammarum", lacking from this text]; 2) Tractatus pathologicus de morbis veneresi (Garrison-Morton 5195), 1 leaf, 69, [1] p.; 3) De Morbis oculorum, 1 leaf, 47 p., 1 leaf, 2 blank leaves [Astruc introduced the artificial eye]; 4) Febrium curationes [by Jacques Lazerme, 1675-1756], 1 leaf, 38 p., 1 leaf, 3 blank leaves; 17.5 cm. Provenance: "From the library of Dr. Radcliff, Seekonk / obtained there by me Oct. 1868 C. W. Parsons." Charles W. Parsons, 1823-1893, was the son of Usher Parsons, an important Providence physician, and a daughter of Oliver Wendell Holmes (The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table). When his mother died early, Charles was brought up in Holmes's household. Bound in modern full calf. Stock#NS0148.

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        AURUM SUPERIUS & INFERIUS AURAE SUPERIORIS & INFERIORIS HERMETICUM. Plus PHOSPHORUS HERMETICUS, SIVE MAGNES LUMINARIS.

      Amsterdam, apud Joannem Jansonium, 1675.. FIRST EDITION 1675, in 2 parts, Latin text, 12mo, approximately 135 x 75 mm, 5¼ x 3 inches, engraved pictorial folding added title page, 2 further folding engraved plates, pages: (20), 1-96, (13 + 3 blanks). Bound in full limp vellum, no lettering or label. Vellum slightly discoloured, 15 mm (¾") brown stain on lower cover next to head of spine, top edges partly ink stained, heavy ink notes on front and rear pastedowns and on 2 blank leaves at rear, upper inner corner of engraved title neatly strengthened on reverse, title page slightly browned and small neat repair to upper inner corner, small stain on 1 text page, no loss, chip to upper inner corner of second manuscript leaf at rear. A very good copy. Albert L. Caillet, Manuel Bibliographique des Sciences Psychiques ou Occultes, Volume I, page 95, No. 662; Denise Duveen, Bibliotheca Alchemica et Chemica, page 41; John Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica, Volume I, page 68; A catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume II, page 91. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Lettre galante des vers a soye

      A Montpellier, par Daniel Pech, imprimeur du Roy et se vend chez Pierre Rigaud, marchand libraire 1675. Petit in - 12 pleine basane de l'époque Dos à nerfs ornés à motifs dorés. Titre doré. Manque en coiffe et en queue. Coins émoussés. 1 feuillet blanc, frontispice, titre, 2 feuillets non chiffrés, 116 pages, 1 feuillet blanc. Mention manuscrite en page de titre. Un des premiers ouvrages sur les vers à soie. "Dans les premiers siècles, on ne scavoit ce que c'estoit des Vers à soye : il y en avoit pourtant de mesme qu'aujourd'huy ; mais ils se tenoient dans les Pois & l'on voyoit toutes les branches des Arbres remplies de leur ouvrage : mais c'estoit un travail innutile, car où la pluye où la violence des vents ravageoit tout. Depuis on s'avisa de les retirer dans les maisons & les rendre domestiques. * Un assez vieux Autheur dit que la Deesse Venus enseigna la première de les enfermer dans les Chambres & nous monstra quel estoit le soin qu'on en devoit prendre". De toute rareté.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Sanson b. Jaillot, "Le Cercle de Souabe .".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, dat. 1675, 57,5 x 88 Pastoreau, Iaa ( 23) 1. Ausgabe. Übergroße Karte mit 2 dek. Kartuschen. Gebiet Mannheim, Regensburg, Würmsee, Bieler See. Wegen der Übergröße von 2 Platten gestochen und bereits zusammengesetzt.

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        Les Pseaumes de David, Mis en rime Françoise. WITH: La Forme des Prieres Ecclesiastiques, La Forme d'Administrer le Baptisme, La Maniere de Celebrer la Sainte Cene, Le Catechisme, et Exercice Journalier du Chrestien.

      Paris, Antoine Cellier 1675 - (frontispiece) without numbering, Rebound Leather with ribbed back, 8° [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Patent of Nobility (1675) or Titelbeschriebung signed by Leopold I for Gisbert von Hemm und Hemmstein

      Volpersdorf. 1675. Hardcover. Very Good. A stunning patent of nobility, c. 1675. Housed in a tin stamped hinged case measuring approx. 13 x 12 inches (33 x 30 cm), bound in light green silk, containing 22 pp of German calligraphy or court hand on vellum, with one fine vividly colored miniature (hand painted plate) showing the coat of arms with allegorical background, with the signature of Leopold I at the end of the document (and signed as well by two other clerks/officials) and with a turned wooden 'bowl' with lid attached by a brocade cord, the underside of the lid having the red wax elaborate seal of the Holy Roman Emperor. The Von der Hemm und Hemmstein (also called Hemb and Hembstein) was originally a Dutch family with ties to Ferdinand II -- one of the inlaws was the king's personal physician. Gisbert von Hemm und Hemmstein took over land in Volpersdorf near Glatz and became a baron, according to some genealogical records, in 1676, and in others 1668, and died soon thereafter in 1679, in Niedersteine, now known as Scinawka Dolna in the Lower Silesia region of Poland near Klodzko. The v.d. Hemm und Hemmstein family was contentious and Gisbert had brothers who contested estates, began rivalries and engaged in minor skirmishes. One of the brothers was known (in English translation) as the Notorious Gamecock. Some fading to the silk, contents fine, light wear to tin case including a broken hinge.

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        "A present for a papist: or the life and death of Pope Joan, plainly proving out of the printed properties, and manuscripts of popish writers and others, that a woman called Joan, was really Pope of Rome; and was there deliver'd of a bastard son in the open street, as she went in solemn procession. By a lover of truth, denying human infallibility"

      London: printed for T. D. and are to be siold at the Ship in St. Mary Axe.... 1675. "First edition under this title; small 8vo, pp. [6], 165, [1]; engraved frontispiece; old calf-backed marbled boards, spine partially perished, binding rubbed and stained, joints cracked; to look at the book, a fair copy only but the text block is complete, sound, and clean. Alexander Cooke (1564-1632) was Vicar of Leeds, Yorkshire. This is apparently his first book, first published in 1610 and again in 1625 under the title of Pope Joane: A Dialogue between a Protestant and a Papist, both times in quarto but neither with the frontispiece which appears here for the first time. ESTC locates 10 copies, but only 5 in the US: Folger, Harvard, UCLA, Illinois, and Yale. OCLC adds the Morgan. Wing P-3244; CD-Wing C5996B."

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        [Quakers Meeting] Quaakers Vergadering Fronti Nulla Fides The Quakers Meeting

      Amsterdam: Published by Carel Allard, 1675. Engraving. Printed on laid paper. In excellent condition with the exception of being trimmed within the plate mark on all sides. Light crease through center where it has been folded. Skillfully repaired tear on bottom margin. Bottom right corner has been reattached. A number of tiny tear on upper edge of sheet. Image size: 14 1/4 x 19 1/2 inches. This fascinating, satirical print of a Quakers' meeting was executed by Carel Allard after the celebrated Dutch genre painter Egbert van Heemskerk, the younger. The Heemskerk family of painters, originally from Haarlem, settled in London in the 1670s where they garnered a reputation for fine genre scenes in the Dutch manner. Egbert was the pupil of Pieter Grebbers for a short period of time but he was influenced more by his father, whose style and subject matter he imitated in his paintings. Heemskert continued the Dutch tradition of peasant paintings but he had a particular penchant for humorous social scenes, such as this representation of a Quaker meeting house. The cause for mirth here would not be as apparent to modern audiences as it was in the 17th century when a woman preaching seemed to many people a perfect absurdity. The dog in the lower right peeing on a stern female listener's skirt emphasizes the artist's point of view. The caption poem is given in Dutch and English. The Society of Friends originated in England under George Fox and spread to the Netherlands during the mid 17th century, a period during which Amsterdam gained its lasting reputation for religious tolerance. In this bold image, Heemskert's painting, which is now housed in the Quaker Collection at the Haverford College Library, is expertly translated into print by the exceptional engraver Carel Allard. Today Allard is better known as a map engraver and publisher than a printmaker, but his technical skill and bold style is wonderfully exemplified in this striking image. The Allard family ran an active publishing business in Amsterdam during the latter half of the seventeenth century. Most of their publications consisted of large atlases of maps and town plans by Blaeu, Jansson, and Visscher, but they occasionally issued separately published prints such as this image, which testifies to Carel's skill as an engraver. Benezit, Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, et Graveurs.

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        Lettre galante des vers a soye

      - A Montpellier, par Daniel Pech, imprimeur du Roy et se vend chez Pierre Rigaud, marchand libraire 1675. Petit in-12 pleine basane de l'époque Dos à nerfs ornés à motifs dorés. Titre doré. Manque en coiffe et en queue. Coins émoussés. 1 feuillet blanc, frontispice, titre, 2 feuillets non chiffrés, 116 pages, 1 feuillet blanc. Mention manuscrite en page de titre. Un des premiers ouvrages sur les vers à soie."Dans les premiers siècles, on ne scavoit ce que c'estoit des Vers à soye : il y en avoit pourtant de mesme qu'aujourd'huy ; mais ils se tenoient dans les Pois & l'on voyoit toutes les branches des Arbres remplies de leur ouvrage : mais c'estoit un travail innutile, car où la pluye où la violence des vents ravageoit tout. Depuis on s'avisa de les retirer dans les maisons & les rendre domestiques. * Un assez vieux Autheur dit que la Deesse Venus enseigna la première de les enfermer dans les Chambres & nous monstra quel estoit le soin qu'on en devoit prendre". De toute rareté.

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        [Africa] Accuratissima Totius Africae Tabula in Lucem Producia Per Tacobum de Sandrart Norimbergae

      Nuremburg: J. von Sandart, 1675. Copper engraving with early colour. Printed on laid paper. Title in manuscript ink on verso of sheet. Cleveland Historical Society collection stamp on verso of sheet. Numerous tears and creases in outside margins, which have been expertly repaired. Center fold has been strengthened. An early map of Africa by the great mapmaker Jacob von Sandrart, engraved by Homann. Sandrart's stunning map of Africa is a close copy of Fredrik de Wit's map, 'Nova Africa Descriptio' published in 1660. With the prime meridian running through Ferro Island, the map is typical of late seventeenth century maps of Africa. Like other maps of the period, Sandrart has included a highly decorative and informative cartouche in the lower left corner of the sheet. Homann's continental cartouches aspired to convey the natural history as well as the costume and manner of life of the human inhabitants. Here, while a woman peacefully nurses her baby in a hammock, a native chief stares out at the viewer from under the shade of a large umbrella. On the right side of the vignette, two riders on horseback, one with a cutlass and one with a decaptitated head, ride by a river where one man is attacking another with his sword. Among the humans are a lion, a snake, a reptile of some sort and another fox-like animal. Although the map repeats De Wit's decorations, it relies on Ptolemy for its description of the Nile basin. It is to some degree remarkable that seventeenth century maps of the interior of Africa were filled with geographical features and named locations, since there had been very little European exploration of the interior at this date. European trade took place at specific locations along the coast and almost nothing was known about the interior of the dark continent except through rumor. This is a fascinating map by Sandrart and one of only two maps engraved by Homann before 1690. Born at Frankfurt-on-Main, Jacob von Sandrart was one of the most esteemed mapmakers in Nuremberg at the close of the seventeenth century. He learned his trade from his uncle Joachim von Sandrart and from Cornelius Danckerts. As with this impressive map, all of Sandrart's charts are filled with a wealth of decorative details and highly ornate cartouches.

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        The History of the most Renowned and Victorious Princess Elizabeth, Late Queen of England; Containing All the most Important and Remarkable Passages of State, both at Home and Abroad during her Long and Prosperous Reign

      E. Flesher for Charles Harper, & John Amery, 1675-01-01. 3rd. Hardcover. Good. Folio. Engraved frontispiece of portrait Queen Elizabeth, 10 leaves, 11-661, [18] pages, facsimile of p. 19-20 of index. Modern leather. Covers adhering to mylar cover. Edge chipping to prelims. Internally very good besides. Title in red and black. Charles William Curtis’s book plate. Ref: Wing C362. First printed in 1615 (English translation 1625), William Camden’s Annales was the first detailed history of Elizabeth I‘s reign. Camden began work in 1607, reputedly at the urging of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, one of Elizabeth’s principal advisers. Camden was able to use primary sources, such as Sir John Fortescue, Elizabeth's last Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Henry Cuffe, the ill-fated Earl of Essex. Significantly, Camden had known Elizabeth herself, and wrote much of the history from state papers and letters made available to him by Burghley. Camden’s history of Elizabeth was an important work in establishing the historical image of Elizabeth and her "glorious era". See: H.R. Trevor-Roper, Queen Elizabeth’s First Historian. William Camden and the Beginnings of English Civil History. Neale lecture in English history; 1971. Other Titles: Annales rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum regnante Elizabetha. Historie of the most renowned and victorious Princesse Elizabeth late Queen of England. History of the most renowned and victorious Princesse Elizabeth.

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        The Holy Life of Gregory Lopez, a Spanish Hermite in the West Indies

      [No place listed:: No publisher given] , 1675. Second edition. Small 8vo, pp [56], 232. The first English, according to Palau (142535 note), was printed in Paris in 1638: he mentions this (anonymous) translation as well, but his collation is so far off that it is unlikely he had seen a copy. Perhaps the translator of this was an English Jesuit; the lack of any notice about the printer and place of publication is easily explained by the anti-Catholic environment in England at the time, and like the first edition it may have been printed abroad. The author was a hermit and companion of Gregorio Lopez "for many years", as he says in the preface. Lopez himself was of Spanish birth, came to Mexico as a young man, and lived the hermit's life for many years. His birth and family connections are unknown, but he was well-educated and had a knowledge of medicine; it was even rumored that he was the illegitimate son of the king of Spain. His knowledge of medicine he put to good use among the Indian villages surrounding his various hermitages, such that the natives whom he served came to look upon him as a great curandero -- some even as a brujo, which at one point in his life forced him to move into conventual life with the local Dominicans. He authored two widely used medical manuals, designed especially for use in the New World, the medicines being drawn from native plant resources. His sanctity was recognized by the Vatican, which confirmed him as "blessed". The French translation of Losa's biography was done by the great Port-Royalist Arnauld d'Andilly. Lacking front free end paper and trimmed but with no loss of text. Later very nice binding, half calf, raised bands, marbled boards, new endpapers. Very good copy.

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        Channel,Bay of Biscay, map, Pieter Goos, anno 1666, old colours

      Goos Pieter, 1616-1675 - Channel,Bay of Biscay, map, Pieter Goos, anno 1666, old colours Channel,Bay of Biscay, map, Pieter Goos, anno 1666, old colours Coppermap, edited by Pieter Goos in his Zee-Atlas, anno 1666, old colours, size of the leaf: 52 x 60 cm., little cracs on margins, clean print. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fürstliche Sächsische Landes = und Proceß = Ordnung, Des Weyland Durchläuchtigsten Fürsten und Herrn/ Herrn Ernsten, Hertzogen zu Sachsen/ Jülich/ Cleve und Berg/ Landgrafen in Thüringen, Margggrafen zu Meissen, Gefürsteten Grafen zu Henneberg, Graf zu de Mit Beyfügung unterschiedlichen nach und nach ausgegangener darzu gehörigen Ordnungen/ Anjetzo zum drittenmal aufgeleget/ und mit Fleiß corrigieret, auch mit einem vollkommenen Indici herausgegeben.

      Gotha, Johan Andr. Reyhern 1675..

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        Abbildung der Jenigen Gegend und Landschafft umb Straßburg, woselbsten die Kayserliche Haupt-Armee, mit der feindlichen Frantzösischen underm Marschall de Turenne, über Zwey Monat lang, ohn abletzig Zuthun gehabt: Biß sie endlich, durch Gottes beystand, derselben Meister, und gedachter Marschall durch einen Canon-Schuß tod Zur Erden gelegt worden, Sonabend den 17.27 Monats Jully Anno. 1675':.

      - Kupferstich aus Relationis Historicae b. Latomus Erben in Frankfurt a.M., 1675, 32,5 x 19 Zeigt den Rheinlauf von Elchesheim-Illingen bei Rastatt bis Kappel-Grafenhausen mit der Ortenau zwischen Murg und Rhein sowie dem nördlichen Elsaß über Straßurg. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Sehr seltene Ortenau-Karte! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Opus Deliciarum Biblicum, Biblischer Lust-Garten, Darinnen Geistliche und aus heiliger Schrifft anmutige und lustige Historien. 4 Tle. in 1 Bd. Zwickau, Stümpfeldt, 1675. 6 Bll., 264 S., 8 Bll.; 328 S., 12 Bll.; 400 S., 8 Bll.; 519 S., 11 Bll. Mit 1 gestoch. Frontispiz u. 1 gestoch. Titel. Ldr. d. Zt. m. RVerg. und Goldschnitt (etw. beschabt, 1 RGelenk angebrochen).

      1675 - Vgl. Wegehaupt III, 3147.- Selten.- Die erste Auflage erschien 1597 in Dresden. Das Werk gilt als 'Ringeltaube' unter den frühen Kinder- und Jugendbüchern (vgl. Göbels, Hundert alte Kinderbücher aus Barock und Aufklärung).- Kopfsteg knapp beschnitten (vereinzelt Verlust der Seitenzahl bzw. Kopfzeile), vereinzelt leicht fleckig, wenige alte handschriftliche Anstreichungen. Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Case of the Bankers and Their Creditors, Stated and Examined...

      1675. London, 1675. 3d impression much enlarged 147 pp. The King and His Creditors [Turner, Thomas (d. 1679)]. The Case of the Bankers and Their Creditors, Stated and Examined. Wherein the Property of the Subject in This, And the Like Cases, Is Soberly Asserted, By the Common and Statute Laws of England, His Majesties Most Gracious Declarations; By Innumerable, Great and Important Records of This Kingdom, From the Time of the Norman Conquest to Our Own Times; By the Civil Law, History, Polity, Morality, And Common Reason: And All Objections Undeniably Refuted. As it Was Inclosed in a Letter To a Friend, By a True Lover of His King and Country, And Sufferer for Loyalty. London: S.n., 1675. [x], 147, [1] pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary speckled calf rebacked in period style. Blind rules to boards, gilt title and raised bands to spine, endpapers renewed. A few minor nicks to boards, corners bumped. Light toning to text, heavier toning to title page and a few leaves. Contemporary annotations to rear endleaves, interior otherwise clean. $950. * Second and final issue, a much-enlarged version of the previous printing, a 44-page pamphlet printed in 1674. The Bankers' Case concerned the liability of the King to repay loans. The decision gave creditors of the crown the right to petition to the Barons of the Exchequer for breach of contract. This definition of a legal obligation marked a significant turning point in the relationship between king and subject. English Short-Title Catalogue R217081.

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        A Collection of Several Treatises Concerning the Reasons... Jesuits

      1675. 3 works in 1 book. Cecil, W.; Bluet, T; Sergeant T. Fear and Distrust of Charles II [Cecil, William, Lord Burghley (1520-1598)]. [Bluet, Thomas]. [Sergeant, John (1622-1707)]. A Collection of Several Treatises Concerning the Reasons and Occasions of the Penal Laws. Viz. I. The Execution of Justice in England, Not for Religion, But for Treason: 17 Dec. 1583. II. Important Considerations, By the Secular Priests: Printed A.D. 1601. III. The Jesuits Reasons Unreasonable: 1662. London: Printed for Richard Royston, 1675. [8], 104, 109-13 [i.e. 131] pp. The Jesuits Reasons has separate title page dated 1662. Quarto (7" x 5-1/4"). Later three-quarter morocco over marbled boards, gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, lighter rubbing to boards, final three leaves of text loose (but secure), bottom edge of The Jesuits Reasons trimmed with some loss to text. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, smudges and minor inkstains to a few leaves. A solid copy. $1,500. * Only edition. This volume was assembled at a time when Charles II was arousing fear and distrust due to his increasingly overt support of Catholicism. Its title alludes to the Royal Declaration of Indulgence (1673), an unsuccessful attempt by the king to abolish the Penal Laws, thus extending religious liberty and civil rights to Protestant nonconformists and Roman Catholics. The first treatise, by William Cecil, Lord Burghley, was originally published in 1583 as The Execution of Iustice in England. The second treatise, by Thomas Bluet, was first published in 1601 as Important Considerations Which Ought to Move All True and Sound Catholikes. The third treatise, by John Sergeant, was originally published in 1662 as The Jesuite's Reasons Unreasonable. OCLC locates 9 copies in North American law libraries (Columbia, Harvard, Library of Congress, Northwestern, UC-Berkeley, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia). English Short-Title Catalogue R11022.

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        Jus Imaginis Apud Anglos; Or the Law of England Relating to the...

      1675. Laws Relating to the Stuart-Era Nobility Brydall, John [b.1635?]. Jus Imaginis Apud Anglos; Or the Law of England Relating to the Nobility & Gentry. Faithfully Collected and Methodically Digested for Common Benefit. London: Printed for John Billinger, 1675. [xvi], 76, [1] pp. Blank interleaves throughout without annotations. Copperplate frontispiece (Arms of Great Britain). Folding table. Collates complete. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, hinges cracked, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, small early owner (or bookseller) stamp to verso of frontispiece. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, internally clean. Ex-library. Faint inkstamps to boards, another stamp to rear free endpaper, bookplate to front free endpaper, perforated stamp to head of title page. A solid copy of a scarce title. $600. * Only edition. Brydall was a fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and a bencher of Lincoln's Inn. A remarkably prolific writer, he published 36 legal treatises, and left 30 others in manuscript at the time of his death. All of these are brief, synthetic works. Holdsworth says they are good summaries that are "clearly arranged and based on the leading authorities." OCLC locates 12 copies in North American law libraries. Holdsworth, A History of English Law VI:605. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:203 (9).

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        Creta, Cyprus, Rhodus [bound with] Theseus Sive de Ejus...

      1675. Studies of Ancient Greece by an Important Dutch Scholar Meurs, Johannes van [1579-1639]. [Graevius, Johannes Georgius (1632-1703), Editor]. Creta, Cyprus, Rhodus: Sive De Nobilissimarum Harum Insularum Rebus & Antiquitatibus, Commentarii Postumi, Nunc Primum Editi. Amsterdam: Apud Abrahamum Wolfgangum, 1675. Three parts in one, each with title page and individual pagination. [vi], 264, [2]; [2], 124, [68]; [2], 175 pp. [Bound with] Meurs, Johannes van. Theseus Sive de Ejus Vita Rebusque Gestis Liber Postumus. Accedunt Ejusdem Paralipomena de Pagis Atticis, Et Excerpta ex V. Cl. Jocobi Sponii Itinerario de Iisdem Pagis. Utrecht: Apud Franciscum Halma, 1684. [viii], 136, [12], 40, 52, [8] pp. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Contemporary three-quarter calf over marbled boards, later hand-lettered title label and fragment of shelf label to spine, edges rouged. Light soiling, some spotting to spine, corners and spine ends bumped, small chip to rear board, front hinge cracked. Title page of Theseus printed in red and black. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to some leaves. Early owner annotations to pastedowns and front free endpaper, later annotations in pencil in a few places, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to title pages. $1,000. * Creta: first edition; Theseus: later edition. Van Meurs was a notable Dutch classical scholar and antiquary. This volume collects to of his most important works. The first one discusses accounts of Crete, Cyprus, Rhodes and other Greek islands in ancient Greek, Latin and Byzantine literature. The second concerns ancient Greek inscriptions on objects and structures. British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 17:377.

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        Sancti Gregorii Papæ Primi Cognomento Magni Operum Tomus Secundus.

      Impensis Societatis Typographicæ Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici jussu Regis constitutæ Paris, Lutetiæ Parisiorum 1675 ( Drucker: Société Typographique Paris ) Mit 8 n.n.Blättern ( u.a. mit *Index Capitum* ), Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt mit schöner gestochener Vignette, 1614 Spalten ( = 807 Seiten ), 89 Seiten ( Index Rerum et Verborum ).Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text. Blindgepräger Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt, Folio ( 39 x 24,5 cm ). Einband berieben, etwas fleckig und angestaubt, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, etwas wurmstichig, der Vorderdeckel mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Bezug zur rechten unteren Ecke hin. Zu den Schließen hin ist der Einband teils etwas rostfleckig. Der schmale Einbandrücken von alter Hand tituliert * Operum S.Gregor, Tom. II*. Von den 2 Einbandschließen ist eine noch vorhanden und funktionistüchtig, die andere Schließe ist nur noch rudimentär vorhanden. Innen mehrere alte Besitzvermerke auf dem Vorsatzblatt und Titelblatt, Seiten teils etwas fleckig, stock- oder fingerfleckig, einige Seiten angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig, Seiten teils etwas wurmstichig ( fast ausschließlich im weißen Rand außerhalb des Textes - nur wenige Seiten mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust durch Wurmstichigkeit ).Hinteres Vorsatzblatt stärker beschädigt und rostfleckig. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 3300 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available // additional pics on request ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Gregor I:, Gregor, Papst Gregor, Papst, Päpste, Papam, Vatikan, Werke, Opera, Opera Omnium, Google, Gregorius Magnus

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        Sancti Gregorii Papæ Primi Cognomento Magni Operum Tomus Tertius.

      Impensis Societatis Typographicæ Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici jussu Regis constitutæ Paris, Lutetiæ Parisiorum 1675 ( Drucker: Société Typographique Paris ) Mit 4 n.n.Blättern, Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt mit schöner gestochener Vignette, 1127 Seiten, 89 Seiten ( Index Rerum et Verborum ).Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text. Blindgepräger Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt, Folio ( 39 x 24,5 cm ). Einband berieben, etwas fleckig und angestaubt, leicht wurmstichig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, der schmale Einbandrücken zum unteren Kapital hin angeplatzt und ausgefranst. Der schmale Einbandrücken von alter Hand tituliert * Operum S.Gregor, Tom. III*. Von den 2 Einbandschließen ist eine noch vorhanden und funktionistüchtig, die andere Schließe ist nur noch rudimentär vorhanden.. Innen 2 alte Besitzvermerke auf dem Titelblatt sowie oben auf dem Titelblatt eine alte handschriftliche Noitz. Seiten teils etwas fleckig, stock- oder fingerfleckig, wenige Seiten auch stärker. Einige Seiten angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig. Seiten teils zum Unterrand außerhalb des Textes etwas wurmstichig ( ohne Text- oder Buchstabenverlust , hinteres Vorsatzblatt stärker wurmstichig ). - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 2700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available // additional pics on request ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Gregor I:, Gregor, Papst Gregor, Papst, Päpste, Papam, Vatikan, Werke, Opera, Opera Omnium, Google, Gregorius Magnus

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        Jus Imaginis Apud Anglos; Or the Law of England Relating to the...

      1675. Laws Relating to the Stuart-Era Nobility Brydall, John [b.1635?]. Jus Imaginis Apud Anglos; Or the Law of England Relating to the Nobility & Gentry. Faithfully Collected and Methodically Digested for Common Benefit. London: Printed for John Billinger, 1675. [xvi], 76, [1] pp. Blank interleaves throughout without annotations. Copperplate frontispiece (Arms of Great Britain). Folding table. Collates complete. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, hinges cracked, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, small early owner (or bookseller) stamp to verso of frontispiece. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, internally clean. Ex-library. Faint inkstamps to boards, another stamp to rear free endpaper, bookplate to front free endpaper, perforated stamp to head of title page. A solid copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. Brydall was a fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and a bencher of Lincoln's Inn. A remarkably prolific writer, he published 36 legal treatises, and left 30 others in manuscript at the time of his death. All of these are brief, synthetic works. Holdsworth says they are good summaries that are "clearly arranged and based on the leading authorities." OCLC locates 12 copies in North American law libraries. Holdsworth, A History of English Law VI:605. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:203 (9).

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        BY THE KING. A PROCLAMATION FOR PROHIBITING THE IMPORTATION OF COMMODITIES OF EUROPE INTO ANY OF HIS MAJESTIES PLANTATIONS IN AFRICA, ASIA, OR AMERICA, WHICH WERE NOT LADEN IN ENGLAND, AND FOR PUTTING ALL OTHER LAWS RELATING TO THE TRADE OF THE PLANTATIONS, IN EFFECTUAL EXECUTION [caption title]

      London, 1675. Old fold lines. Repaired with tissue on verso along vertical fold. A few other small tears or tissue repairs. Very good. A rare broadside, announcing the decree of the English government that all foreign goods destined for British colonies must first pass through England, a policy of mercantilism later termed the "triangle trade." "This program permitted the profits from colonial trade and commerce to center in England, promoted British shipping, and enabled the British government to support itself by taxing this trade as it flowed through England" - DAH. The English government began its mercantilist policies under the Commonwealth government, in a series of "navigation acts" which regulated English trade. The first Navigation Act, passed in 1651, targeted Dutch commerce. It stipulated that only English ships could carry freight into English territories, and that if a ship was not English, then it could only carry goods from the country from whence it hailed - i.e., Dutch ships could only import Dutch goods, etc. Further Acts passed in 1660 and 1663, under the Restoration government of Charles II, isolated trade even further, mandating that British colonial goods only be imported to England and forbidding English trade on anything other than English vessels. This policy of trade, which was continued for the next two hundred years, marked the ascent of British colonial mercantilism and planted the seeds of discontent which resulted in the American Revolution one hundred years later. The present proclamation is an enforcement of the Navigation Act of 1663 (An Act for the Encouragement of Trade), under which "no commodities of the growth, production or manufacture of Europe, shall be imported into any land, island, plantation, colony, territory or place to his Majesty belonging". In other words, all European trade to the American and East Indian colonies of the English had to pass through English ports en route. As the law is being disobeyed, to the detriment of trade and tax revenue, the proclamation extends power for enforcement to the officials of the realm. It states: "whereas his Majesty is well informed, that notwithstanding the said Act of Parliament, great quantities of other commodities...have been, and are daily imported into several of his colonies, plantations, and territories, in Asia, Africa and America...and that his Majesties subjects of some of his colonies, and plantations, have not onely [sic] supplied themselves with such commodities not shipped in England...but have conveyed them by land and water, to other of his Majesties colonies and plantations, to the great prejudice of his Majesties customs, and of the trade and navigation of this kingdom." An important proclamation which illustrates the difficulty in maintaining and enforcing the laws central to the first British Empire.

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        MANIPULUS ORATIONUM QUIBUS CHRISTI DOMINI SACERDOTES

      Manila, 1675. Contemporary vellum, old paper label remnants on spine. elaborate marca de fuego on lower edge. Printed on a mix of rice paper (leaves 1-160) and Chinese paper (preliminaries and leaves 161-216). Leaf A7 with some slight loss to margin, affecting several words of text; a few other minor tears to edges of leaves; several leaves partly unopened. Light dampstain to lower gutter corner. Paper toned. Overall, a very good copy of a fragile and rare book. An extremely rare and early Philippine imprint, being an Augustinian prayer manual by a friar in the Philippines. Fray Diego de Jesus was born in Puebla and read theology at the Colegio de S. Angel de Coyoacán in 1675; he subsequently joined the Order of Saint Augustine and was stationed in the Philippines. Printing started in the Philippines remarkably early, in 1593 (the unique example of the founding imprint is in the Rosenwald Collection at the Library of Congress), and was conducted by presses run by the different religious orders. Because of the climate and limited press runs, early imprints are notoriously rare, and generally in very poor condition when found. This is especially true of works printed on rice paper, as this is. A number of imprints recorded by Medina are known from references only, with no surviving copies. Of this work we locate only one copy in OCLC, at the National Library of Spain. Vindel offered one in his 1904 catalogue, which he described as "ejemplar probablemente único." Rare and in very nice, contemporary condition.

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        Pars Orientalis à Tempore Archiepiscopatus et Electoratus Trevirensis, Multo aliis auctior et correctior, per Johanne Giorgiu Waltherum moeno Francofurtsem. - Cl. Amon scul':.

      - Kupferstich v. C. Amon b. Johann Georg Walther, um 1675, 42 x 54,5 Stopp, in: Speculum Orbis, S. 63 u. 64 Nr. 8. - (nur 6 bekannte Exemplare!) - Zeigt den östlichen Teil des Kurfürstentums Trier mit dem Rheinlauf vom Rheingau bis Königswinter und der Mosellauf von Traben-Trarbach bis zur Mündung in den Rhein sowie den Lahnlauf von Villmar bis zur Mündung in den Rhein. - Mittig der Westerwald. - Unten rechts florale Titelkartusche. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Maßstab. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        [Afbeeldinge der stadt Delft]. Amsterdam, Pieter Smith, [1678?]. 4 sheets (83 x 126 cm. as assembled). Contemporary hand-coloured, engraved map of Delft, with Delft coats of arms at top centre; cartouche at top left with the Dutch lion in a fishing boat, and coats of arms of Delft, Schiedam, Enkhuizen, Brielle and Rotterdam; cartouche at top right with an inset map of Delfland and the coats of arms of Delfland and the water authorities, and views of the palaces of Honselerdijk and Rijswijk; a 14-line poem in praise of the map by Constantijn Huygens and a key at bottom right; compass and scale of Delftland or Rijnland rods at bottom left; and the names of the publisher and engraver at bottom left and left of centre, numerous figures, fruits and vegetables, real and mythical animals, etc. Mounted on linen and framed.

      B. v.'t Hoff, Oude Plattegronden Delft 17 (pp. 37- 51); Obreen, Archief III, pp. 197-206; Koeman III, p. 98 (De Ram); Landwehr, De Hooghe etcher, p. 371. A large, splendidly decorated map of the city of Delft in South Holland: "As a masterpiece of precision and of the engraver's art, it stands out above all that was produced in that genre before or after, whether for Delft or for other cities" (J. Soutendam in Obreen, p. 197). It also happens to be one of the best documented examples of map making and engraving of the Dutch golden age, with invoices, receipts and attached documents preserved for its production in the years 1675-77. The costs ran to well over 2500 guilders. In or shortly before 1675, the burgomasters of the city of Delft charged former burgomaster Van Bleyswijck (1639-1681), author of the 1667 Beschryvinge der stadt Delft (Description of the city of Delft), with the oversight of this map's production. Johannes Vercolje (1650-1693), Delft painter and mezzotint artist, executed most of the drawings, including that for the central map itself. The principal engraver was Johannes de Ram (1648-1693), as noted on the map. Romeyn de Hooghe was involved as well, but whether he carried out any work on the four main plates represented here is unclear. Overall slightly soiled and browned and rubbed in places, with some loss of image or engraved text, most notably in the lower corners. A beautiful and remarkable city map in reasonable condition, professionally restored.

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        Scotiae Provintiae; Inter Taum Fluvium, et Septentrionales oras Angliae.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1675, 45 x 53 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 5810:1. - Zeigt den Südosten von Schottland. - Oben links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger und 3 Putten. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Die Karte ohne Rückentext. - Perfekter Zustand. The map shows the southeast part of Scotland. - Without text verso. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Schroffe Gebirgslandschaft mit Wildbach, Bäumen und zwei links im Vordergrund auf dem Boden sitzenden Personen.

      - Feder in Braun, mit schwarzer Federlinie umrandet, auf Bütten mit undeutl. Wasserzeichen: bekrönter Wappenschild. 19,8:33 cm. Provenienz: Verso zwei Nummern von alter Hand in brauner Feder "No 229", "no 303" sowie vermutl. Sammlerparaphe. Mit kräftigen, breiten Federstrichen und mit vielen schraffierten Flächen bildmäßig ausgeführte Landschaft. Vergleichsliteratur: An Zwollo, Hollandse en Vlaamse veduteschilders te rome (1675-1725). Assen, 1973, Abb. 12 und 16.

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        NEW AND EXCELLENT EXPERIMENTS AND SECRETS IN THE ART OF ANGLING, BEING DIRECTIONS FOR THE WHOLE ART.

      London. 1675.This is the angling section extracted from "The Accomplisht - Ladys Delight", attributed to Hannah Wooley. This is a copy which has been taken apart and laid down on larger paper and ruled in red. The title page is dated 1675 (printed in the year 1675, no imprint), originally a 12mo, now approximately 200 x 125 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, engraved frontispiece of a Lady and Gentleman fishing, an engraving of fish follows the title page, misbound as there is offsetting from it on a page of text which it faced originally, title page and 33 pages, plus 10 blank pages as padding at rear, no pagination as it has been trimmed off with the margins, catchwords correct, bound in half sheep with marbled boards, marbled endpapers, bookbinder's ticket to first pastedown. Binding rubbed, hinges cracked at head of spine, covers still attached, crack between first free endpaper and frontispiece, no loose pages, tips of corners worn with board slightly showing, slight shelf wear, rubbing to covers, small neat repair to first pastedown and first free endpaper, text has pale age - browning with occasional light mark, neat old ink note to blank endpaper, otherwise a very good copy. The last chapter has the heading " The names of the Flyes that are used in Angling, with the Times when they are in Season and what the Bodies and Wings are made of". See T. Westwood & T. Satchell, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, page 128, listing the first edition dated 1675; Arnold Whitaker Oxford, English Cookery Books to the Year 1850, page 37; Katherine Bitting, Gastronomic Bibliography, Anonymous Section page 513. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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