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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

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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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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        De la Recherche de la vérité. Où l'on traitte de la nature de l'esprit de l'homme, & de l'usage qu'il en doit faire pour éviter l'erreur dans les Sciences.

      chez André Pralard 1675-1677-1683, A Paris - 3 vol. in-12 de (32)-461-(9) pp. ; 56-496-(5) pp. ; (24)-424-6 pp., veau havane moucheté, dos orné à nerfs, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition revue et augmenté pour le premier tome ; le deuxième tome (1677) qui porte troisième édtion est une nouvelle émission de la 2e édition augmentée publiée en1676, avec modification de la page de titre. Le troisième tome (1683) contenant Plusieurs éclaircissement, est la deuxième édition revue et augmentée ; ces Eclaircicements parurent pour la première fois à la suite de la quatrième édition De la Recherche (1778). Entre la première édition de laRecherche de la vérité parue en 1674, et la quatrième édition in-4 de 1678, Malebranche aura considérablement remanié et enrichi de nombreux éclaircissements ce qui aura été son premier ouvrage, qui font ainsi de cette oeuvre le travail d'une vie entière. Ouvrage majeur de la philosophie de Malebranche, De la Recherche de la vérité constitue un moment clé dans la réflexion philosophique à l?âge classique. Si son inspiration est cartésienne, Malebranche y soutient d?emblée une théorie originale de la connaissance, de la vérité et de la causalité : notamment la thèse de la « vision en Dieu » des idées et l?analyse des causes de l?erreur. Plus qu?une théorie de la connaissance, c?est donc une théorie complète de l?esprit humain et de ses multiples fonctions que nous livre l?ouvrage (Jean-Christophe Bardout). Ex-libris manuscrit sur la page de titre : Petrus Renard. Trace de mouillure marginale sur quelques feuillets. Cioranescu, 44876 ; En français dans le texte, 111. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Raccolta di varie notitie historiche, non meno appartenenti all' historia del Summonte.

      Naples, (Michele Monaco for) Antonio Bulifon, 1675. - 4to. (8), 120 [instead of 122], (6) pp. (wanting f. J4, supplied in ms.). (Bound with) II: Loffredo, Ferrante, Marchese di Trevico. L'antichità di Pozzuolo et luoghi convicini. [Ibid., 1675]. 38 pp. (wanting 4 pp. of prelims. [title, dedication] and final blank). 19th-c. half calf with giltstamped labels to spine. Two valuable works on the history of Naples and its environs published simultaneously by Bulifon. Loffredo's account of Pozzuoli is often found appended to this publisher's productions of the time, when appropriate. - Variously browned throughout due to paper; some worming to margins. From the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Château de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. Libr. Vinciana 901. ICCU SBLE\013441; SBLE\009883.

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        Den Nederlandtsen Hovenier beschryvende alderhande Princelijke en Heerlijcke Lust-hoven en Hof-steden. 't Vermakelijck Landt-leven,

      Amsterdam:: Marcus Doornick,, 1675: 1672: ND.. Vellum. Near Fine. Near Fine. Octavo. (6.5 x 8.25 inches). Vellum. Lettered spine. Three books bound in one, in original contemporary vellum of the17th-century Low Countries. Endpapers toned, lightly chipped. Light soiling. Corners gently curled. I. Deel: Den Nederlandtsen Hovenier. Engraved frontispiece, title-page with engraved emblem. 95, (96 misnumbered 69), [97-98] pp. II. Deel: De Nieuwe Verstandigen Hovenier. Engraved title-page, (3) 76 [77-80] pp. III. Deel: De Medicyn-Winckel of Evaren Huys-Houder. Engraved title-page, [2,3] 88pp. An important early work on Dutch landscape design, gardening and husbandry, not commonly found bound in the original vellum. Written by Jan van der Groen, Chief Gardener to the Prince of Orange, and created for the landed gentry on the design and cultivation of pleasure gardens, and settings. Engraved plates of detailed architectural landscapes, gardens fountains, sundials, plantings, geometric garden plans (Modellen van bloem-perken), genre scenes, beekeeping. Appended books on husbandry and cookery. (Hunt Botanical Catalogue 317).

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        Brunnen in südlicher Landschaft mit einem Mann, der am Brunnenrand sitzt.

      - Feder in Braun, grau laviert, mit schwarzer Feder umrandet, auf braun eingefärbtem Bütten. 10,7:13 cm. – Verso mit Kleberesten an zwei Rändern. Provenienz: Sammlung A. Ritter von Wurzbach-Tannenberg, Wien, Lugt 2857; Sammlung B. Moser, Wien, Lugt Suppl. 1828a; weiterer nicht identifizierte Sammlerstempel und Sammlungsnummern. Vergleichsliteratur: An Zwollo, Hollandse en Vlaamse veduteschilders te Rome 1675-1725. Assen, 1973, Abb. 6. Genoels war als Maler, Zeichner und Radierer tätig, hielt sich von 1662-1672 in Paris auf, reiste 1674 -1682 rheinaufwärts nach Italien und war in Rom tätig, wo er mit G. A. van Wittel (1653 – 1736) befreundet war. Zahlreich sind seine Federzeichnungen mit grauer oder brauner Tuschlavierung, charakteristisch ist, was auch für unsere Zeichnung zutrifft, sein grobgefächerter Baumschlag.

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        Noragoyn cagik zoruteanc. (Flos virtutum).

      Rome, Sac. Congreg. de Propaganda Fide, 1675. - 8vo. 248 pp. With printer's device on reverse of title page. 18th-century vellum. First Armenian edition of this devotional work, translated into Armenian in 1671 by the grammarian John of Constantinople (1635-91). - Insignificant browning; old shelfmarks to title and half-title (some ink bleeding). Of the utmost rarity. Nersessian 44. Kevorkian 177. Hakob Meghapart 94. OCLC 490245621 (only two copies, both in France). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Road from London to St. Davids.

      1675 - London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The first sheet of four of the roads from London to St David's in Pembrokeshire, reaching Abingdon via Hammersmith, 'Istleworth, vulgo Thistleworth', Hounslow, 'Slow', Maidenhead, Henley & Dorchester-on-Thames. Plate 14 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The route is shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative title cartouche. Second state, with plate number bottom right.

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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

      London: Printed by E. Flesher, for Charles Harper, and John Amery, 1675. Third edition.. Hardback. 4to. (11.75 x 8 inches). pp.(8), 661, [40 - Index]. Engraved frontispiece portrait. Title page in black and red. Later full tree calf, gilt decoration to edges, rubbed. Five raised bands to spine, gilt decorated, title in gilt to brown compartment. Corners rubbed, with slight loss of leather at inner dentelles to both boards, a little chipped to inner dentelle at rear board. Outer joints rubbed, trifle split at head and foot of spine, not affecting integrity of binding. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Flyleaves browned, with some off-setting. Trifle spotting here and there. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding firm and square. A Very Good copy. Heavy book, requiring eye-watering and prohibitive amounts of extra postage overseas. Courier in UK. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        Serm?o da quarta dominga da Quaresma, que pregou na Capella Real no anno de 1660 Ö.

      Coimbra, Na Officina de Joseph Ferreyra, 1675. - 20 pp. 4?, modern wrappers. Some browning. In good condition. Engraved pictorial bookplate of Victor d'Avila Perez. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION, very rare, of this sermon about service to worldly rulers vs. service to God. The Jesuit P. Antonio de S a (1620-1678) was one of the most famous orators of his time: Blake describes him as "orador de linguagem mui pura, de estylo correcto e elegante, e finalmente como um dos que mais se approximaram de Vieira." Born in Rio de Janeiro, he was a disciple of Vieira and served much of his career in Brazil, at Recife and Bahia. He also traveled to Rome and to Portugal - where he was so popular that he was almost forbidden to return to Brazil. Although his works are often reprinted, early editions are rare. None are listed in the Bosch catalogue, Azevedo-Samod?es, Ameal or Avila-Perez. The catalogues of the British Library, Palha and Monteverde list only one work each.---- Borba de Moraes (1983) II, 757; @PerÌodo colonial, p. 314. Blake I, 306: without collation. InnocÍncio I, 263: without collation. Leite IX, 109. Backer-Sommervogel VII, 356. Arouca S2. Barbosa Machado I, 380. JCB @Additions 1471-1700, p. 50. JCB, @Portuguese and Brazilian Books 675/7. Rodrigues 2163. Not in Bosch. NUC: DLC, RPJCB. OCLC: 11139673 (Newberry Library, Harvard University, John Carter Brown Library, Saint Bonaventure University, Biblioteca Nacional de Chile); 68893411 (University of Michigan). SHIPPED FROM PORTUGAL [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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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. * 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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        Emden. - Panoramansicht. - "Embden".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, 1675. Von Gaspar Bouttats, nach Johan Peeters der Ältere. 9,8 x 35,2 cm (Darstellung ) / 18,4 x 50,8 cm (Blatt). Innerhalb der Darstellung mittig unter den Wappen im Schmuckbanner betitelt. Erläuternde Texte links in Niederländisch und rechts in Französisch. Innerhalb der Umrandungslinien mit den Künstlerangaben unten links "Iohann Peeters deliniavit" und rechts "Gasper Bouttats fecit agua forti et excudit cum pri" versehen. Inkludierte Ansicht ebenfalls innerhalb mit "Grietzyel" betitelt. - Das Blatt zeigt die damals befestigte Stadt Ems vom Wasser aus. Direkt unter Banner und Wappen ist das Rathaus zu sehen. Weitere große Gebäude stechen aus dem Weichbild von Emden heraus, können aber nicht benannt werden. Im Vordergrund ist auf unruhiger See ein Segelboot und ein kleineres Boot abgebildet. Die Darstellung wird von zahlreichen Staffage-Figuren bevölkert, wie die im Vordergrund oder am Kai links und rechts des Segels. Im rechten Hintergrund sind Mühlen zu sehen. Links unten ist eine Ansicht von Greetsiel mit einem Segelboot abgebildet. - Blattränder gebräunt. minimal stockfleckig, zudem größerer Stockfleck auf der rechten Seite innerhalb des französischen Textes. Verso Bugfalte an einem Papierfalz. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Gaspar Bouttats (um 1640 in Antwerpen - 1695/6 ebenda) war ein niederländischer Radierer, Stecher und Zeichner. Bouttats wird 1668/9 in der Antwerpener Gilde Meister, 1690/91 Dekan und nimmt mehrfach Schüler auf. Johan Peeters der Ältere (1624 Antwerpen - 1677 Antwerpen). Flämischer Marinemaler und Vedutenzeichner des Barock, Bruder von Gillis und Bonaventura Peeters. 1645 Meister der St.-Lukas-Gilde in Antwerpen. 1648-52 Reise durch Nordostfrankreich. Steuerte aus dem dabei entstandenen Skizzembuch einige Ansichten für Merians 'Topographiae Galliae' bei. War als Maler auf Seestücke und Schiffswracks spezialisiert.

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        RELACIÓN DEL VIAGE ESPIRITUAL, Y PRODIGIOSO, QUE HIZO A MARRUECOS EL VENERABLE PADRE Fr. JUAN DE PRADO, Predicador y primer provincial de la Provincia de San Diego del Andaluzia. * EPITOME DEL VIAGE QUE HIZO A MARRUECOS EL PADRE Fr. FRANCISCO DE LA CONCEPCIÓN. (2 volúmenes)

      - Cádiz. Por Bartolomé Núñez, Impressor y Mercader de Libros. 1675. 2ª edic. 20x15 cm. portada con escudo grabado de la Orden + 3 h. de privilegio, Tassa, dedicatoria + 225 págs. (mal paginas) + 2 págs. de Índice + 2 h. de Preambulo y una dezima. Encuadernado Junto a: Fr. Gines de Ocaña.- EPITOME DEL VIAGE QUE HIZO A MARRUECOS EL PADRE Fr. FRANCISCO DE LA CONCEPCIÓN. Consultor del Santo Oficio, Padre y difinidor de la Santa Provincia de S. Diego de Andalucia. Sevilla. Por Juan Cabeças. Año de 1675. 24 folios, incluida la Portada con grabadito del Santo. Falto de una esquina inferior derecha, restaurada, no afecta al texto. pleno pergamino de época, lacería de cierre, titulo rotulado en el lomo. # viajes [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Arca No', In Tres Libros Digesta

      Amsterdam: Johannes Janssonius van Waesberge, 1675. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Coenraet Decker et al. Contemporary calf worn, inner joint weak, scattered foxing, a few minor marginal notes and marks in an early hand, including a few sketches of the animals. One double page plate detached, a few with creases and other minor wear, large plate of the arc with repairs and strengthening to verso and creasing and a few small tears and loss to plate face, chipping to the page edges on a few signatures that are slightly loose and a bit of wear and a few repairs in the gutters, occasional minor worming, stain to a table making some text difficult to read, e few tears in the lower margin, some touching text but with no loss. Mostly clean and unmarked internally; a good copy overall. With engraved title and 18 plates, many double page and folding. Lacking the portrait of King Carlos and a folding map titled Post-Diluvian World. [14], 240, [14]. [2]pp. Graesse IV, 20, Ferguson I, 369 Though rooted in his orthodox view of the bible and his Jesuit faith, Kircher's work on the arc has many of his characteristic flourishes. He determines the size and shape of the arc, including the size of a cubit, and lays out the animal species aboard. Most animals were, conveniently, hybrids - e.g. giraffes were a hybrid of a camel and a leopard, leopards a lion and a panther - and lower animals would be reintroduced through spontaneous generation (a subject that was the cause of an extended argument between Kircher and Redi). The cross section of the arc is the largest plate in any of Kircher's many works. Size: Folio. Illustrator: Coenraet Decker et al. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 045652.

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        I. N. J. Historia Navigationis Martini Forbisseri Angli Prætoris sive Capitanei, A. C. 1577, Majo, Junio, Juliuo, Augusto & Septembris mensibus, Jussu Regni Elisabethæ, Ex Angliâ, in Septemtrionis & Occidentis tractum sulceptæ, ephemeridis sive diarii more conscripta & stilo, triennioq , post, ex gallico in latinum sermonem, à Joh. Thoma Freigio translata, Noribergæ, antè A. 94, cum præfatione utili, observationib9 aliquot & appendice edita, denuò prodit, é museuo D. Capelli P. P.

      Hamburg. 1675. Liten 4to. Senere marmorert omslag.Kobberstukket frontispiece ( i faksimile). (17), 37 s.Small 4to. Later marbled wrappers. Engraved fronticpiece (in facsimile). (17), 37 pp.. Uvanlig. Den faksimilerte frontispeicen med fuktskjold.Martin Frobisher (ca. 1535-94), var engelsk oppdagelsesreisende, og foretok i årene 1576-78 tre reiser for å finne Nordvestpassajsen.Uncommon. Fronticpiece with waterstaining.Martin Frobisher (ab. 1535-94), English explorer. Tried to find the North West Passage during three voyages in the years 1576-78

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        Archimedis opera : Apollonii Pergaei Conicorum libri IIII. Theodosii Sphærica : methodo nova illustrata & succinctè demonstrata.

      Excudebat Guil. Godbid, apud Rob. Scott. Little Britain. 1675 BARROW, Isaac. Archimedis Opera: Apollonii Pergaei Conicorum libri IIII; Theodosii Sphaerica; methodo nova illustrata, et succinta demonstrata... Londini, apud Guil. Godbid...1675. In - 4°, piena pelle coeva, dorso a nervi, piani con riquadri in oro. (8), 285, (1); (4), 104; (4), 38, (2) pp. e complessive 29 tavole con diagrammi incisi in rame ripiegate f.t. L' opera è divisa in tre parti, ciscuna con frontespizio proprio. Ottimo esemplare di questa rara edizione originale. Il Barrow (1630 - 1677), matematico inglese, fu il primo titolare della cattedra lucasiana di matematica a Cambridge. Ebbe come allievo Isaac Newton, che fu suo successore. Pubblicò importanti lezioni di geometria e di astronomia. English classical scholar, theologian, and mathematician who was the teacher of Isaac Newton. He developed a method of determining tangents that closely approached the methods of calculus, and he first recognized that what became known as the processes of integration and differentiation in calculus are inverse operations. Poggendorff, I, 106. D.S.B., I, pp. 473 - 76.

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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 o.J. (nach 1675). 7(w) Bl; 1 gest. Portrait; 1 Bl.(Titel); 7 Bll.(Vorwort u. Register); 271 S; 572 S; 60 Bll.(Register). Angebunden: Gerichts = und Proceß = Ordnung des Herrn Ernsts/ Hertzogs zu Sachsen (etc. ...) Andere Edition, Nebst einem Anhang unterschiedlicher Fürstlichen Verordnungen ... einem vollständigen INDICE. GOTHA, ebenda 1704. 4 Bll; 203 S; 16 Bll. (Register); 8 S. Angebunden: ... Johann Casimirs/ Hertzogen zu Sachsen (etc.) ... Abschied ... die Voigteyliche Obrigkeit/ Lehennatur/ Jachten und anders betreffend ... Gedruckt zu Coburgk/ i.d. Fürstl. Druckerey / durch Justus Hauck. MDCXIII (1613). 38 S. Angebunden: Der Fürstl. Graffschafft Hennenberg Landes = Ordnung/ Bey sich befundenem grossen Mangel an Exemplarien/ Nach dem wahren Original de an. 1539. Auf das neue aufgeleget/ ... Meiningen/ Auf Kosten des Waysen=Hausses Drucks Niclaus Hassert/ Fürstl. Sächs. Hoff - Buchdrucker MDCCXX (1720). 3 Bll; 252 S; 21 Bll; 11 Bll. (davon 10 handschriftliche mit Verordnungen in schönen zeitgenössischen Handschriften); 7 S. (Handschriftliche Kopien von Verordnungen des Jahres 1660 etc.) auf 2 Doppelblättern (flüchtiger und papierbedingt gebräunt).. Private Zusammenstellung mit zeitgenössischen handschriftlichen Ergänzungen. Schlichter, mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit, Schnitt gebräunt, Ecken bestoßen und mit kleinen Fehlstellen. Deckel und Rücken etwas angeschmutzt. Innen lagenweise papierbedingte Bräunungen, insgesamt jedoch gut erhalten. Schöner Stich des Herzogs und zwei Wappen. Handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf dem ersten weißen Blatt. Ein kleiner, restaurierbarer Defekt am vorderen Innengelenk, dadurch das vordere fliegende Vorsatzblatt etwas eingerissen und verknickt. [Jülich, Kleve, Bergh, sächsisches, Recht, Landrecht, Gerichtsordnung, Prozeßordnung, Lehnsrecht, Jagdrecht, Coburg, Düsseldorf, Wuppertal, juristischer Sammelband] * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. *

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        Viaggio da Venetia al S Sepolcro, et al Monte Sinai

      Bassano: Gio. Antonio Remondini, circa 1675?. Hardcover. Very Good. Calf-backed paste boards, spine label; 8vo (150 x 104 mm); pp. 192, with title-page printed in red and black, with woodcut cruciform device incorporating Franciscan motto, and 156 woodcut illustrations in text (indlucing 5 double-page views of Corfu, Methoni, Heraklion, Rhodes, and Cairo). Head of spine and edges of boards lightly chipped. Contents a bit tanned; small marginal wormholes on title-page; bottom edge of pp. 3-4 roughly torn, affecting a few letters. Regardless, a strikingly illustrated account of an early-16th century pilgrimage to the Holy Land, attributed to a Venetian Franciscan. See Tobler, pp. 63-64, 70.

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        Compendium horologico-sciotericum et geometricum. Oder kurtzer Begriff von Abtheilung allerhand Sonnen Uhren, dadurch zu unterscheiden, in welchem Zeichen die Sonne sey. Benebenst dem Ringe und Quadranten, die rechte Stunde des Tages damit zu erkennen. wie auch von Abmessung allerley Felder. Zum andernmal wiederumb aufgelegt.

      Nürnberg, Gerhard für Fürst Erben, 1675. - (18 x 14 cm). (2) 162 (5) S. Mit gestochenem Titel und 31 (2 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Dritte und letzte Ausgabe der 1647 in Danzig erstmals erschienenen Gnomonik. - Im ersten, 120 Seiten umfassenden, Teil beschreibt der Verfasser, ein Bürger und Steinmetz aus Danzig, umfassend die Herstellung und den Gebrauch der Sonnenuhren. Der zweite, 40 Seiten umfassende, Teil widmet sich der Geodäsie und Landvermessung. - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig. Linke obere Ecke durchgehend mit leichtem Wasserrand, sonst wohlerhalten. - Zinner, Astron. Instrumente 598; Houzeau-Lancaster 11463; VD17 12:195249R

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        THE PLANTERS MANUAL: Being Instructions For The Raising, Planting, And Cultivating All Sorts Of Fruit-Trees, Whether Stone-Fruits Or Pepin-Fruits, With Their Natures And Seasons. Very Useful For Such As Are Curious In Planting And Grafting.

      First edition. This is an unacknowledged translation of a French work, INSTRUCTIONS POUR LES ARBRES FRUITIERS, written by Robert Triquel (or Triquet) and first published anonymously in France in 1653. Cotton is best known as a poet and fishing companion of Issak Walton, but he was also a linguist and published several translations from the French, including the complete works of Montaigne. In spite of this, he also appears to have been something of a Francophobe, and in his preface, after recommending the superiority of their imported trees, feels nevertheless compelled to attack the French as being "altogether debauch'd by their effeminate manners, luxurious kickshaws, and fantastik fashions, by which we are already sufficiently Frenchified." That the best English pomology of his day was also being "Frenchified" goes without notice. Cotton was not the only English author to translate French books on fruit culture. Evelyn, most notably, had already translated Robert d'Andilly's LA MANIERE DE CULTIVER LES ARBRES FRUITIERS (under the English title THE MANNER OF ORDERING FRUIT TREES) and later also translated de La Quintinie. These books were particularly important for bringing to England the significant 17th century French advances in espalier cultivation and other practices. It was not until the 18th century that English growers could describe these new methods from sufficient practical experience on their own soil. Cotton's edition does offer one enhancement of the French original: it adds an appealing illustrated title page engraved by F. H. van Houe. On it is depicted a large field with several laborers engaged in a variety of agricultural pursuits. This engraving is found in at least two states. The earliest state includes the engraver's name in the lower right-hand corner; the second state does not include the engraver's name and has been reduced by roughly half a centimeter along the right edge. The copy offered here has the engraved title in the earlier state. Oak Spring Pomona 8; Henrey 42; Hunt 337. 8vo (14 x 9.5 cm); (viii, including initial blank) + 139 pp. + engraved illustrated title, inserted opposite letterpress title. In some copies the two final leaves, K7 and K8, include advertising. In our copy, like most others for which we can find collations, these leaves are lacking, and there is no evidence of their ever having been bound in. Contemporary blind ruled calf, scuffed and worn, spine and corners skillfully restored.

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        Les Pseaumes de David. Mis en rime Francoise

      Se vendent a Charenton: Estienne Lucas 1675. Unpaginated. Black full morocco with decorative gilt borders to front & rear boards. Decorative gilt harp devices to spine with gilt title and at foot of spine the binder's name gilt as 'Rel. P. Lefebvre.' All edges gilt. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown of the Comte Keller. Slight wear to corners & extremities and to head of spine. Binding firm. Calendar at front with 12 fine engravings showing the labours of the months and including small astrological symbols. Musical notation for each psalm. With Clement Marot's metrical French translations of the Psalms and annotations by Theodore de Beze. A VG copy. . Very Good. Full Morocco. 1675. 12mo..

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        LE PALAIS ROYAL DANS LA GRANDE RUË DE P?" À TURIN

      Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, dalla bella coloritura policroma coeva, eseguita a tempera ed acquerello; in lastra, sotto la linea marginale, titolo in francese e dati editoriali. Veduta prospettica di Via Po "contrada di Po", ripresa dall'esedra porticata di piazza Vittorio Veneto, e con la facciata di Palazzo Madama sullo sfondo. La via, animata da varie figure in costume d'epoca, conduce da piazza Castello al fiume Po (da cui prende il nome) immettendosi nella piazza Vittorio Veneto; fu aperta nell'anno 1675 per ordine del duca Carlo Emanuele II, su disegno di Amedeo di Castellamonte. L'immagine riproduce, con varianti, una tavola vedutistica, parte di uno dei più bei libri di feste del Settecento italiano: il volume, intitolato "La sontuosa illuminazione della città di Torino [...]", venne pubblicato nel 1737 a Torino, per i tipi di G. B. Chais, in occasione delle nozze fra Carlo Emanuele III re di Sardegna ed Elisabetta Teresa di Lorena. La coloritura è tipica delle vues d'optique, destinate ad essere esposte alla luce dello strumento ottico detto "lanterna magica". Esemplare in buono stato conservativo.

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        Dissertatio De Technophysiotameis, Von Kunst- und Naturalien- Kammern; Dissertation inauguralis medica de lapidum figuratorum usu medico; Marbodei, Galli, Poetae Uetustissimi, de Lapidibus Pretiosis Enchiridion, Cum Scholiis Pictorii Villingensis; etc

      Various places: Various publishers, 1675. Numerous works bound in one volume. Half vellum binding with marbled paper-covered boards; moderately soiled. Previous owner's bookplate (Bilharz) on front paste-down endpaper, and circular private library sticker at bottom of spine. Works include: 1.) Moller, D. G. "Dissertatio De Technophysiotameis, Von Kunst- und Naturalien- Kammern." Henrici Meyeri: Altdorfii, 1704. Dissertaion/Thesis (F. S. Wuffbain, respondent). 68 pages. 2.) Fermin, Phillipe. "Memoire sur l'origine de la belemnite contenant la decouverte de l'animal analogue a ce fossile." 4 page manuscript with folding manuscript illustration. Apparently a fair copy of the above named article, published in Ph. Renard's "Considerations d'histoire naturelle" pp.63-76 in 1775. 3.) Camerarius, R. J. "Dissertation inauguralis medica de lapidum figuratorum usu medico." Johannis Cunradi Reissi: Tubingae, 1718. Dissertaion/Thesis (J. J. Straskircher respondent). 32 pages. 4.) Marbodus, Bishop of Rennes; edited by F. E. Bruckmann. "Marbodei, Galli, Poetae Uetustissimi, de Lapidibus Pretiosis Enchiridion, Cum Scholiis Pictorii Villingensis." Bruckmanniana: Wolffenbuttleae, 1740. 82 [2] pages. 5.) Stella, Erasmus; edited by F. E. Bruckmann. "Interpretament Gemmarum Libellus Unicus Plinius Secundus de Gemmis." Carol. Frid. Jungnicolium: Erfurti et Lipsiae, 1736. 68 pages. 6.) Hebenstreit, J. E. "De Ordinibus Gemmarum Verbis C. Plinii ex eius Naturalis Historiae Libr. XXXVII. Qui Totus de Gemmis Est, Disserens Panegyrin Medicam." Lipsiae, 1747. 16 pages. 7.) Hueber, G. L. "Disssertatio Inauguralis Physico-Chemico-Medica de Margaritis, Earumque Virtute Medica." Joannis Jacobi Christophori Kleyer: Wirceburgi, 1744. Dissertaion/Thesis (J.G. Gross, respondent). 71, [xv] pages. 8.) Vogel, R. A. "Terrarum Atque Lapidum Partitio Disputatio Medica Solemnis." Schulzianis, Rosenbusch: Gottingae, 1762. Dissertaion/Thesis (A. F. C. Hempel, respondent). 54 pages. 9.) Roederer, J. G. "Decanus Ordinis Medici in Academia Georgia Augusta Jo. Georg Roderer D. Dissertationem Inauguralem" Schulzianis, Rosenbusch: Gottingae, 1762. Dissertaion/Thesis (with vita of A. F. C. Hempel). 12 pages. 10.) Reiske, Johannes. "M. Joh. Reiskii de Glossopetris Luneburgensibus ad Virum Nobilissimum Atque Esperientissimum Joh. Georg Hieronymi." Joh. Georg. Lipperi: Lipsiae, 1684. 56 pages, one folded leaf of illustrations. 11.) Guettard, Jean Etienne; Philippe Buache. Folding Map. "Carte Mineralogique de la Suisse par Philippe Buache." 1752. 12.) Hottinger, J. H. "Dissertatio de Crystallis." Bodmeriano: Tiguri, 1698. [iv], 44 pages, illustrated by one folding leaf of gems/crystals. 13.) Hensing, J. T. "Dissertatio Chemica, de Germinatione Metallica Arificiali Ejusdemque Novo Invento." Joh. Reinh. Vulpii: Giessae-Hassorum, 1718. Dissertaion/Thesis (Joh. Georgio Beck, respondent). 35 pages. 14.) Muller, P. L. S. "Dubia Coralliorum Origini Animali Opposita." Io. Diter. Mich. Camerarii: Erlangae, 1770. 22 pages. Probably another dissertation: Suscipiet Philippus Ludovicus Statius Muller. 15.) Frank, Johann. "Disertatio Physica de Coralio Juxta Ductum Plinii Hist. Nat. Lib.32.c.2. adornata." Praelo Bauhoferiano: Jenae, 1675. Dissertaion/Thesis (Paulus Linsius, respondent). 12 leaves. 16.) Folding leaf with text and illustrations of tube worms. Measures 10 x 14 inches. "Kurtze Abbildung und Beschreibung der ungewohnten entsetzlichen Wuermen...in gank Nord-holland." Circa 1735. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition.

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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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        Sancti Gregorii Papae Primi Cognomento Magni Operum Tomus Secundus.

      Paris, Lutetiae Parisiorum, Impensis Societatis Typographicae Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici jussu Regis constitutae, 1675.. ( Drucker: Societe 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 ).

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        The Holy Bible containingthe Old Testament and the New, translated out of the original tongues

      Herbert# 719A, 1675, FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, very good,  4TO, 8.5 " x  6.5" x  3", a rare example that is lavishly illustrated with 240 engravings,: Oxford University Press has a rich history which can be traced back to the earliest days of printing. The first book was printed in Oxford in 1478, just two years after Caxton set up the first printing press in England. The University was involved with several printers in Oxford over the next century, although there was no formal university press. In 1586 the University of Oxford's right to print books was recognized in a decree from the Star Chamber. This was enhanced in the Great Charter secured by Archbishop Laud from King Charles I, which entitled the University to print 'all manner of books'. Delegates were first appointed by the University to oversee this process in 1633. Minutes of their deliberations are recorded dating back to 1668. The structure of Oxford University Press (OUP) as it exists today began to develop in a recognizable form from that time. The University also established its right to print the King James Authorized Version of the Bible in the seventeenth century. This Bible Privilege formed the basis of OUP's publishing activities throughout the next two centuries. From the late 1800s OUP began to expand significantly, opening the first overseas OUP office in New York in 1896. Other international branches followed, including Canada (1904), Australia (1908), India (1912), Southern Africa (1914). Today OUP has offices in 50 countries, and is the largest university press in the world.COLLATION AND CONDITION:GENERAL TITLE ENGRAVING, 1 page, an amazing engraving that represents the Transfiguration above a mountain inscribed Mt. Tabor Matt. 17:1 ; across the centre is a label The Holy Bible ; in the foreground are seated two symbolical female figures: one, veiled, representing The Law ; the other with a nimbus, The Gospel ; on the base of a broke column to the left are the words At the Theater on Oxon., verso with ancient inscriptions and is lined with tissue, BEAUTIFUL !, COMPLETE ,GENERAL TITLE PAGE, 1 page, printed in Oxford at the Theater, 1675, older tissue reinforcement at top, verso contains the table of contents, HISTORIC !, COMPLETE,THE OLD TESTAMENT, un-paginated, signed A1 to Ccc4b , Features 150 detailed engravings and Floriated chapter initials throughout, NO damp staining, very faint and sporadic foxing without offense, virtually free of soiling, good margins all around, straight edges, strong corners, clean gutters, NO ripped, torn or missing pages, NO marginalia, paper is strong crisp, clean and bright, ancient ink stains on final page of Malachi, Three engravings with repaired tear outs : one affects only the margin, one with loss to lower outer corner affecting the image, one with loss to lower inner corner affecting the image, Just Amazing !, COMPLETE.THE APOCRYPHA, un-paginated , signed A1- I3b, printed in slightly smaller Roman type font than the Old and New Testaments, Features 13 detailed engravings and Floriated chapter initials throughout, NO damp staining, very faint and sporadic foxing without offense, virtually free of soiling, good footers and margins, a few headers trimmed tight to running headline occasionally, straight edges, strong corners, clean gutters, NO ripped, torn or missing pages, NO marginalia, paper is strong crisp, clean and bright, ancient ink stains on title page, WONDERFUL!, COMPLETE.NEW TESTAMENT FRONTISPIECE ENGRAVING, 1 page, blank verso, features Mary and the child Jesus with an inscription in French, JUST LOVELY !, COMPLETE.NEW TESTAMENT TITLE PAGE, 1 page, printed in Oxford at the Theater, 1675, verso blank and clean, HISTORIC !, COMPLETE.THE NEW TESTAMENT TITLE ENGRAVING, 1 page, an amazing engraving featuring three cherubs carrying the label The New Testament ; an obelisk rests on a square base, on the former an angel writes with an arrow the words The Law of Love from The Hill of  Sion, on the latter is inscribed The Law of fearfrom mount Sinai ; the step, on which the angel kneels ,bears the words At the Theater in Oxford 1675. , verso blank and clean, STUNNING !, COMPLETE.THE NEW TESTAMENT, un-paginated, signed A1 - P7b, Features 77 detailed engravings and Floriated chapter initials throughout, NO damp staining, very faint and sporadic foxing without offense, virtually free of soiling, good footers and margins, a few headers trimmed tight to running headline occasionally, straight edges, strong corners, clean gutters, NO ripped, torn or missing pages, NO marginalia, paper is strong crisp, clean and bright, colophon dated 1673 indicating first edition, first issue, this error was discovered mid-run and later corrected to read 1675, WONDERFUL!, COMPLETE.Binding:Recently and wonderfully rebound and restored in luxurious, aromatic medium brown full morocco leather. Featuring blind stamped covers with floral borders. Four raised cords create a five compartmented spine that features gold lettered "Holy Bible " and  "Oxford 1675 ".  Lovely new end papers complete the restoration of this ancient treasure very nicely. Could be used as a daily reader with no condition concerns. Additional photos upon request

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        Sancti Gregorii Papae Primi Cognomento Magni Operum Tomus Tertius.

      Paris, Lutetiae Parisiorum, Impensis Societatis Typographicae Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici jussu Regis constitutae, 1675.. ( Drucker: Societe 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 ).

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        Raccolta di varie notitie historiche, non meno appartenenti all' historia del Summonte.

      Naples, (Michele Monaco for) Antonio Bulifon, 1675.. 4to. (8), 120 [instead of 122], (6) pp. (wanting f. J4, supplied in ms.). (Bound with) II: Loffredo, Ferrante, Marchese di Trevico. L'antichita di Pozzuolo et luoghi convicini. [Ibid., 1675]. 38 pp. (wanting 4 pp. of prelims. [title, dedication] and final blank). 19th-c. half calf with giltstamped labels to spine.. Two valuable works on the history of Naples and its environs published simultaneously by Bulifon. Loffredo's account of Pozzuoli is often found appended to this publisher's productions of the time, when appropriate. - Variously browned throughout due to paper; some worming to margins. From the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Chateau de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. - Libr. Vinciana 901. ICCU SBLE\013441; SBLE\009883.

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        Manuel astronomic, ou introduction aux jugemens astrologiques, contenant un abregé succinct, positif & familier, tant des ephemerides pour le reste de ce present siècle. Rouen, Jean Oursel (printer), Jean Lucas, Henry-François Viret, 1678. 2 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With astronomical tables (64 pp.), woodcut figures in the text and 1 woodcut volvelle dial, woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Old sheepskin parchment, recased with new endpapers.

      Goldsmith, BMC STC French G-482; Houzeau-Lancaster 5299; Thorndike VIII, p. 334; Wellcome III, p. 128; KVK/WorldCat (3 copies); not in Krivatsky; De La Lande. First edition of a rare and remarkable "introduction to astrological judgments" carefully attempting to skirt along the edges of papal decrees that could be interpreted as prohibiting astrological predictions. It includes "ephemerides" giving tables of the positions and aspects of the sun, moon and planets for every year from 1675 (aspects 1678) to 1700. It then provides extensive predictions based on this data, intended as aids to medicine, agriculture, navigation and the making of horoscopes. The title-page cautiously notes that it provides these "sans neanmoins déroger au liberal arbitre, ny aux decrets de léglise Catholique". This wording is clearly a defence against any claim that might be made that such predictions went against the papal bulls of 1586 and 1631 concerning free will. There is also a brief treatise on talismans and a discussion of "sympathetic powder" and ink, supposedly written by Jean-Albert Belin (1610-1677). A second edition appeared at Rouen in 1689.With manuscript diagrams for the year 1651 on an endleaf and owners' inscriptions on the title-page. A small tear in fol. g2 occurred before printing, for parts of two words are printed on the folded-over flap. In very good condition, with the volvelle dial with its rotating disk and arm perfectly preserved.

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        A THOUSAND NOTABLE THINGS, of Sundry Sorts, enlarged. Whereof some are Wonderfull, some Strange, some Pleasant divers Necessary, a great sort Profitable, and many very Precious Whereunto is now added, many Excellent New Conceits never before Printed

      London, printed by Henry Bruges, for John Wright, 1675.very witty, usefull, and delightfull.1675, (first published 1579), small 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: (6), 1 - 58, 69 - 403, (i.e. 294), (35) - alphabetical table, error of pagination at page 59, signatures correct, several other mispaginations, collated and guaranteed complete, page 304 misnumbered 403, modern full panelled calf, gilt lettered maroon morocco label, extra gilt spine. Title page faintly browned and very slightly dusty, with a couple of tiny brown spots, 3 small ink numbers in lower margin, many pages faintly age - browned, print is a little faint in a couple of places, easily legible, occasional ink "x" in the margin, very small closed tear to lower margin of 1 page, neatly repaired, tiny piece torn from 1 fore - edge margin, tiny worm track in fore - edge margin pages 243 - 274, continuing as a tiny single hole to final page of the index, most neatly repaired, a few very small light stains or marks, mainly to margins. A good copy of an early conjuring book. See Toole Stott, A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581 - 1876, Volume I, page 153 No. 446. The book contains a number of simple conjuring tricks: A pretty device to put out and light a candle, to make them marvel that sees it; To make a writing being cast into the fire to leap out again; How to draw an egg through a ring; To make a glass with water burn anything nigh to it; That writing shall not be read unless the same be put first in the water; How to make a candle that it shall not be put out; To turn white wine into red; To kindle a candle to burn in the water; That writings appear of the colour of the paper, and not to be read unless it be holden against the fire; To put a writing into an egg; How to make a ring leap of itself. Many marvellous medical claims, fantastic cures and curious stories. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Oels, 25. IV. [um 1675?].. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Kl.-4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. Krankenbericht an den Herzog Georg von Württemberg-Mömpelgard (1626-99), vielleicht über den Sohn des Adressaten, Leopold Eberhard (1670-1723): "E. gn. berichte gehorsamst in eil daß der H. Leopold Eb. [?] umb 9 Uhr einen kurtzen atem bekommen welcher zwar Gott lob gar balde sich wider verlohren, selber [?] auch darauf lustig geweßen u. gelachet. Sie husten aber doch dabey mehr alß ander mahl. Umb 10 uhr sind sie zu bette gegangen. Da sie unter dem gebette gar sanfft zu schlaffen angefangen iedoch im schlaffe ein wenig auch gehustet aber wenn sie nur auß gespihn gehabt früh wider eingeschlaffen, Gott gebe daß es sich wider bald völlig beßern möge [...]". - Spuren der alten Faltung; kl. Eckläsur von Siegelöffnung (kein Textverlust).

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        A THOUSAND NOTABLE THINGS, of Sundry Sorts, enlarged. Whereof some are Wonderfull, some Strange, some Pleasant divers Necessary, a great sort Profitable, and many very Precious Whereunto is now added, many Excellent New Conceits never before Printed,

      London, printed by Henry Bruges, for John Wright, 1675. very witty, usefull, and delightfull.1675, (first published 1579), small 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: (6), 1-58, 69-403, (i.e. 294), (35) - alphabetical table, error of pagination at page 59, signatures correct, several other mispaginations, collated and guaranteed complete, page 304 misnumbered 403, modern full panelled calf, gilt lettered maroon morocco label, extra gilt spine. Title page faintly browned and very slightly dusty, with a couple of tiny brown spots, 3 small ink numbers in lower margin, many pages faintly age-browned, print is a little faint in a couple of places, easily legible, occasional ink "x" in the margin, very small closed tear to lower margin of 1 page, neatly repaired, tiny piece torn from 1 fore-edge margin, tiny worm track in fore-edge margin pages 243-274, continuing as a tiny single hole to final page of the index, most neatly repaired, a few very small light stains or marks, mainly to margins.  A good copy of an early conjuring book.  See Toole Stott, A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581-1876, Volume I, page 153 No. 446.  The book contains a number of simple conjuring tricks:  A pretty device to put out and light a candle, to make them marvel that sees it; To make a writing being cast into the fire to leap out again; How to draw an egg through a ring; To make a glass with water burn anything nigh to it;  That writing shall not be read unless the same be put first in the water; How to make a candle that it shall not be put out; To turn white wine into red;  To kindle a candle to burn in the water; That writings appear of the colour of the paper, and not to be read unless it be holden against the fire;  To put a writing into an egg; How to  make a ring leap of itself.  Many marvellous medical claims, fantastic cures and curious stories.  MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Discourses on all the Principal Branches of Natural Religion and Social Virtue

      Printed for the Author and Sold by Mr. Noon J. and P. Knapton [et al.]. First edition.. Spines somewhat rubbed; hinges starting, but sound; very nice copy.. NCBEL II, 1675. 2 vols, 4to, contemporary sprinkled calf, brown leather labels, gilt decorations and lettering. Frontis portrait. Errata leaf in volume two. An important work by a dissenter and celebrated preacher, James Foster (1697-1753). Included are chapters on self-denial, education, the duties of children, wives and parents, benevolence, masters and servants, civil government, etc.

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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.-

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        Difficiles Nugae; Or, Observations Touching the Torricellian Experiment, and The various Solutions of the same, especially touching the Weight and Elasticity of the Air Second Edition Wing H239

      London: Printed by W. Godbid, for William Shrowsbury [etc.], 1675. Modern calf, some light browning, else a good copy, with the addendum at p.281 and the folding table at page 304, neither noted in ESTC One of Hale's few published and polemical scientific works, disputing the theories of Descartes and Robert Boyle, relying in significant part upon Aristotle, and evidencing his "chosen public statement of the correct approach to the natural world

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        Lexicon rabbinico- philologicum, in quo ordine alphabetico notantur et referuntur praecipua, quae circa veterum Hebraeorum dogmata, ritus & statuta, in utroque Talmude, mymonidis & aliorum scriptis occurrunt. Genf, J. H. Widerhold 1675. 8°. 42 Bll., 682 S., 27 Bll. (d.l.w.) Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch.

      . . Zaunmüller 178 - Steinschneider 2080 - Fürst III, 59 - Zedner 623 - nicht in VD17, Zischka u. Slg. Seemann.- Einzige zu Lebzeiten des Verfassers erschienen Ausgabe des rabbinischen Wörterbuches.- Titel mehrf. gestempelt, tls. etw. stockfleckig, gebräunt od. mit leichtem Wasserrand, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen.- Kein Exemplar im Jahrbuch d. Auktionspreise.

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        Difficiles Nugae; Or, Observations Touching the Torricellian Experiment, and The various Solutions of the same, especially touching the Weight and Elasticity of the Air. Second Edition. Wing H239

      One of Hale's few published and polemical scientific works, disputing the theories of Descartes and Robert Boyle, relying in significant part upon Aristotle, and evidencing his "chosen public statement of the correct approach to the natural world". Modern calf, some light browning, else a good copy, with the addendum at p.281 and the folding table at page 304, neither noted in ESTC. Printed by W. Godbid, for William Shrowsbury [etc.], London, 1675.

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        Salzburg

      . Archiepiscopatus Salisburgensis cum octonis episcopatibus metropolitano Salisburgensi subiectis. Kupferstichkarte v. Rupert Marith Salzburg 1675, 42,5 x 54 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Schaup 8.3.1., (Abb. 113) - Zaisberger L.25.- Sehr seltene, erste repräsentative Karte der Kirchenprovinz Salzburgs von dem bedeutenden Landvermesser Rupert Marith (ca.1639-1709?) geschaffen; erschien auch als Beilage in der Chronik v. Mezger "Historia Salisburgensis".- Alte Faltungen geglättet.

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        Konst Der Stuurluiden. In Welkke Door Zeekere Gront-regelen Getoondt Werdt, Hoe Die Zelve Konst Na't Behooren Gebruikt, En Langhs Zoo Meer Magh Gebeterdt Werden

      Amsterdam: By Hendrik Donkker, in Compagnie Met Jacob En Casparus Loots-man, 1675. Two parts in one volume. [4], 236, [2], 46pp, [16]. Woodcut diagrams to text. Contemporary mottled calf, spine richly gilt, with contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Marbled edges. Slightly rubbed, with small splits to upper joint at head and foot of spine and a little loss to lettering-piece. Small stain to lower-edge of text block. Paper flaw to Cc1 affecting a single word to recto, Dd1r (table) slightly shaved at foot. Cornelis Jansz. Lastman (fl.1620-40s), mathematician and Dutch sailor, Captain of the ship Pascaert in 1626. Appointed as an official examiner of nautical pilots by Amsterdam in 1619 and sometime nautical schoolmaster with rooms in the Golden Quadrant of the same city, Lastman appears infrequently in the history of Dutch navigation, but almost exclusively as an avowed expert. This detailed, fundamental and definitive work on the science of navigation, with an extensive nautical almanack added as an appendix, appeared in several editions between 1642 and 1715. Judging by the scarcity of each in both insitutions and commerce, few have survived, making the condition of this copy all the more remarkable. OCLC locates only two copies of this edition, at Leiden and Rostock. . Quarto.

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        COMMENTARIUS AD L.LIBROS DIGESTORUM SEU PANDECTARUM. Nunc demum Consectariis Additamentis, accuratissimisque Accessionibus, quibus hactenus tam Lovanienses quam editiones aliae omnes caruere, ex Jure Practico, publico & Camerali, per Martinum Naurath. Hac ultima Editione correctior, & Indice Legum, Rerum & verborum locupletior.

      Sumptibus Viduae Andreae Bingii 1675 Testo latino. Cm.20,6x16,5. Pg.1148, (64). Legatura in piena pelle. Tassello con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso a tre nervature. Vistose spellature alla coperta. Tagli bruniti. Marginatura limitata e bruniture. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Henricus Zoesius è il nome latinizzato di Hendrik Jacob Zoes (Amersfort, 1571 - 1627), che fu docente prima di lingua greca poi di Istituzioni e Pandette nella Università di Lovanio. Il presente Commentario alle Pandette costituisce la sua opera principale.

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