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2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 71 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 45 x 33 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Glocester to Montgomery in North Wales. The route is shown in six strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 43 x 34 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Oxford to Darby via Coventry. The route is shown in seven strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 45 x 35 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Hereford to Leicester. The route is shown in seven strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 84 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 45.5 x 32.5 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Prestaine to Carmarthen. The route is shown in six strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-05-18 14:12:52
Boyle, Robert
London, Eng.: Printed by E. Flesher, for R. Davis Bookseller in Oxford, 1675. First Edition. Near Fine. 34 p.; 16 cm. Signatures: A-B8 C2(-C2). 8vo. Wing B3963A. Modern brown cloth with gilt-stamped spine reading: "Robt. Boyle. Notes of Mechanical Origine 1675." Front free endpaper inscribed: Miles Warner, October 1943. First edition. In Near Fine Condition. An attractive copy. Robert Boyle was one of the most important 17th-century English scientists, playing a pivotal role in the development of the modern experimental method. The publication offered here was the seventh of eleven works published in 1675 about his experiments in studying various physical properties. (These eleven works, although published with individual title pages and pagination, are also found bound together under the title: Experiments, Notes, &c, about the Mechanical Origin or Production of Divers Particular Qualities.) The individual works are very scarce.
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2011-03-30 07:52:26
WORLIDGE, JOHN).
London, J.C. for Thomas Dring, 1675. Folio. Cont. full calf. Binding rubbed and covers detached from spine. Some light foxing, occasional marginal dampstaining. Engraved title (and printed). (32),324,(4) pp. and some woodcut-illustr. in the text. Internally a little crisp.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-03-19 05:50:36
Bauhin, Johann Caspar; Bauhin, Friedrich
Basileae: Proelo Io. Iacobi Deckeri, 1675, Kl.4°, (8 pp.), Pappband. Theses . medicas de cholera / . moderatore Io. Casparo Bauhino ad diem XV. Mens. Septembr. Anni M DC LXXV . publicae disquisitioni submittit Fridericus Bauhinus Basil. Johann Caspar Bauhin (1606-1685) von 1629 bis 1660 Professor für Anatomie und Botanik, von 1660 bis 1685 Professor für praktische Medizin. "Johann Caspar Bauhin, geboren in Basel am 12. März 1606 als einziger Sohn Caspar Bauhins, promovierte nach Studien in Paris, Leiden und Basel 1628 in seiner Vaterstadt zum Doctor medicinae. Schon im darauffolgenden Jahr wurde ihm die Professur für Anatomie und Botanik übertragen, die er bis 1660 innehatte. In diesem Jahr wurde er zum Professor praxeos ernannt und amtete als solcher bis zu seinem Tode am 14. Juli 1685. Von Johann Caspar Bauhin liegen keine eigenen wissenschaftlichen Publikationen vor, die seine Einreihung unter die bedeutenden Basler Wissenschaftler rechtfertigen würden; er hat lediglich 1658 das erste Buch des «Theatrum botanicum» seines Vaters posthum und 1674 eine weitere Schrift Caspar Bauhins, die «Petri Andreae Matthioli Opera», in zweiter Auflage herausgegeben. Doch komme ihm das große und bleibende Verdienst zu, erstmals - und zwar vermutlich um 1650 - das Mikroskop im anatomischen Unterricht an unserer Universität angewendet zu haben. Als Arzt erfreute sich Johann Caspar Bauhin weit über die Grenzen seiner Heimatstadt hinaus großer Beliebtheit; mehrere Fürsten ernannten ihn zu ihrem Leibarzt, und Ludwig XIV. verlieh ihm den Titel eines Medicus Ordinarius regis. Lit.: A. Burckhard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2011-02-13 05:12:43
SANDRART, Jacob von (1630-1708) engraved by Johann Baptist HOMMAN (1663-1724)
J. von Sandart, Nuremburg, 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 be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-02-03 12:08:51
[Schmidt, G. D.].
Ohne Ort, ohne Drucker, o. J. (um 1675). 12°. 66 nn. Bll., Mod. marmor. Ppbd. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe dieser äußerst seltenen Schrift mit Kapiteln wie „Ob ein Printz auß Büchern Nutzen haben könne, umb in Friede un[d] Krieg sich desto besser zu gouverniren“, „Von Kundtschaffters“, „Wie man tapffere Soldaten machen könne“ u.a. Mit einer gedruckten Widmung an Georg Ludwig, Herzog zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg. - Etw. gebräunt u. tlw. zeitgen. Unterstreichungen. - VD17, 23:652118T (nur ein Exemplar). Versand D: 9,80 EUR Schmidt, Historische Remarquen Uber den Krieg. Ihro Durchl. Printz Georg Ludwig, Hertzogen zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg dedicirt, Militaria, Krieg
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2010-10-28 14:25:29
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 72 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 45 x 35 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Hereford to Leicester. The route is shown in seven strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2010-10-26 10:04:29
GREW, Nehemiah
Paris: Roulland, 1675. First Edition, in French. 12mo, pp. (22), 215, (xxix;) 6 leaves. Bound in contemporary flexible interim boards, uncut, some wear and soiling, minor foxing, small blind stamp on former owner on title-page, bookplate. A very nice clean copy. Engraved frontispiece and 14 engraved text illustrations, 8 engraved head pieces, hand-coloured engraved title (inscribed 'F.C.'), several colored initials. Krivatsky 4988; Hunt 338; Pritzel 3554; Le Fanu, Bibliography of Grew, 3; cf. Nissen, BBI 758 (Engl. ed.); Hunt col. 338. First edition in French of Grew's Anatomy of Vegetables, published in London in 1672, which later developed into the first three parts of his magnum opus which was published as The Anatomy of Plants in 1682. This a major work in the history of botanical studies. As Grew assisted with the translation, and corrected it, this edition is of importance for the history of botany. Nehemiah Grew was one of the founders of the science of plant anatomy. Grew later explained that Le Vasseur had "taken special care to have all the difficulties of our own by me cleared to him." Grew also wrote a Latin epistle to the translator, dated 16/26 November 1674, which appears in this volume after Le Vasseur's own dedication and epistle.
Bookseller: Second Life Books Inc [U.S.A.]
2010-10-15 11:00:55
Coley, Henry & Kepler, John ( Johannes )
Printed by the Dawks, at the Bew-Anchor at the West End of St. Pauls, 1676 & 1675. Clavis astrologi¾ elimata, or, A key to the whole art of astrology, new filed and polished: in three parts: London : Printed for Benj. Tooke, and Tho. Sawbridge, and are to be sold at the Ship in St. Paul's Church yard, and at the three Flower de Luces in Little Brittain, 1676, the second edition, much enlarged and amended, [36], 16 leaves of plates, [8], 9-759, [1], pp., to which are added the Rudolphine tables, Whereby the places of the planets may be calculated from any time past, present, or to come, by Kepler, London, 1675, [1] 103, approximate one inch closed tear to each of the upper outer hinges at the spine, portrait frontis of the author which has been reset without its borders on a new leaf, new end-papers, else a vg+ copy with very nice contents bound in a 3/4 green leather binding with raised spine and five gold-gilt double ruled compartments in what appears to be a 20th century binding in the style of the 19th.
Bookseller: THE FINE BOOKS COMPANY [US]
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2010-10-13 17:36:44
Saint-Réal, César Vichard de.:
FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE 1675. Translated from the French by an unknown hand, Small 8vo, 111 pages, last page blank, bound in full sheep skin. Binding rubbed, especially on the spine, foot of upper cover has small piece of leather missing, small spilt at top of spine, slight age browning to prelims otherwise a very good clean copy. ESTC, R220611. A second issue was issued in the same year with a different imprint: printed by J.D. for Richard Chiswel, at the Rose and Crown in St. Pauls Church-yard. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
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2010-10-13 08:45:29
SANDRART, Jacob von (1630-1708) engraved by Johann Baptist HOMMAN (1663-1724)
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [US]
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2010-10-13 07:34:14
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 93 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 43 x 33 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Chelmsford to Gravesend. The route is shown in six strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 73 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 47 x 33 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Huntingdon to Ipswich. The route is shown in six strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 85 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 46 x 35 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Salisbury to Campden. The route is shown in six strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 82 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 43 x 34 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Oxford to Darby via Coventry. The route is shown in seven strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
London: Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 89 and 90 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 45 x 35 cm. These handsome road maps are from John Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from York to West Chester on two separate plates. The route is shown in strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouches at top centre. Sold as a pair only.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-07-21 00:00:00
MUSSARD Pierre
Engraving of a temple by J. L. Durant on title-page, 49 full-page engraved plates (including 46 of portraits of gods and goddesses, sybils and writers), publisher's engraved device at end.Sm. 4to. [4]ff. "249" [i.e. 239]pp. [2]ff. 18th century quarter green calf and boards.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2010-07-13 17:48:37
Joseph, Compiler Keble
Used 1675-12-31
Bookseller: amazon.com
2010-06-17 18:39:46
Procopius ( v. Templin ) ( Procopium, Capucciner von Templin )
Salzburg, Johann Baptista Mayr, 1675.. 6 n.n. Blätter, 269 Seiten, 9 n.n. Blätter ( Index textuum et locorum sowie Inhaltsregister aller merkwürdigen Sachen in diesem V. Catechismal-Opuse ), Einige gestochene Vignetten im Text. Pergament der Zeit mit 2 intakten Messingschließen, 8°. Inhalt: Am Fest der Empfängnis Mariae - Am Fest der Geburt Mariae - Am Fest der Offenbarung Mariae - Am Fest der Verkündigung Mariae - Am Fest der Heimsuchung Mariae - Am Fest der Reinigung Mariae oder Lichtmeß-Tag - Am Fest der Himmelfahrt Mariae. Einband etwas berieben, etwas fleckig und etwas angestaubt. Bibliotheksschildchen auf dem Vorderdeckel sowie Reste eines Bibliotheksschildchens auf dem Rücken. Oberes Kapital leicht angeplatzt. Innen Reste eines Exlibris auf Spiegel vorn sowie diverse Besitzeintragungen von alter Hand. Vorsatz mit Eckabschnitt oben. Titelseite und erste Seiten stärker stock-und braunfleckig, sonst gelegentlich leicht stockfleckig bzw. braunfleckig. S. 250 oberste Zeile abgerieben, dadurch kaum leserlich. Buchschnitt stärker fleckig. Insgesamt durchaus ordentliches Exemplar.- selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
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2010-06-04 11:16:49
Middelburg.
Kopergravure, ca. 1675. . A. Aveline. Afmeting: 33 x 52 cm. Geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout. Onderaan de prent wordt met 18 nummers verwezen naar belangrijke gebouwen. Tekst onderaan de prent: 'Ville, la plus considerable de L'isle de Walcheren et du Comté de Zelande l'une des huit provinces, Unis des pais-bas, ou les Espagnols avoient etablis le siege dun E'veché de la province d'Utrecht'.Onderzijde gerestaureerd. (voor weggevallen tekst zie achterzijde.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs [Middelburg, Netherlands]
2010-04-28 05:28:31
Boyle, Robert
London, Eng.: Printed by E. Flesher, for R. Davis Bookseller in Oxford, 1675. First Edition. Near Fine. 34 p.; 16 cm. Signatures: A-B8 C2(-C2). 8vo. Wing B3963A. Modern brown cloth with gilt-stamped spine reading: "Robt. Boyle. Notes of Mechanical Origine 1675." Front free endpaper inscribed: Miles Warner, October 1943. First edition. In Near Fine Condition. An attractive copy. Robert Boyle was one of the most important 17th-century English scientists, playing a pivotal role in the development of the modern experimental method. The publication offered here was the seventh of eleven works published in 1675 about his experiments in studying various physical properties. (These eleven works, although published with individual title pages and pagination, are also found bound together under the title: Experiments, Notes, &c, about the Mechanical Origin or Production of Divers Particular Qualities.) The individual works are very scarce.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera
2010-04-26 15:02:50
Digby, Kenelm. (Hartman, George, trans. and ed.)
London: Printed by Andrew Clark, for Henry Brome, 1675. London: Printed by Andrew Clark, for Henry Brome,, 1675. The Second Edition Corrected & Amended, 24mo (slightly shorter than 14.5 cm.), [4] (beginning with title, A1), 146, [8] (table) pp., sometimes found with a half title leaf at end but not present here, portrait of Digby as frontispiece; general age toning, a few small margin chips or paper defects, H4 holed near center with loss of a few letters, two ink notes in an old hand (one on piles and the other on small pox scars), extraction roughness at spine and now in self wrappers, good only. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal-Books [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2010-04-25 18:40:36
Dugdale, William
London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Abel Roper, John Martin, and Henry Herringman at the Sun in Fleet Street, the Bell in St. Pauls Churchyard and at the Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange, 1675-6. First edition. Sturdy and attractive binding (probably C19th) of full calf, 6 compartments slightly raised bands ruled in gilt, gilt motifs in each compartment title in gilt on spine, 3 gilt ruled borders to each cover, gilt ruled inner dentelles. Internally fine, sometime rebacked retaining original spine, the extremities of the binding are slightly rubbed and the leather of spine is slightly creased but nicely polished and the gilt fresh& . Three volumes bound in one. Folio ( 235 x 353mm), pp. [iv blank[, [xii],790, [2 index], [viii], 191[iii], 195-488, [3 index]. Mispagination in the printing-p.361 follows 312, 497 follows 476. This concurs with standard collations - Catchwords and text are continuous.The pagination of volume 2 into volume 3 is continuous. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Inscription 'Jo:Aubrey/my book 1686' on recto of first blank. Whether this is the signature of the famed antiquary, John Aubrey or that of his cousin, John Aubrey of Llantrithyd, whose armorial book plate, dated 1698, is pasted on the verso of the dedication leaf we cannot ascertain. There is a secondary armorial bookplate on inside front cover, from ' Edward Swynfen-Jervis, Aston Hall'. A lovely first edition of an important book, Dugdale's Baronage was an one of the first systematic attempts to record the many strands of the English aristocracy
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2010-04-17 19:15:49
Le Rouge, Georges Louis
George Louis Le Rouge George Louis Le Rouge A BEAUTIFUL AND INCREDIBLY DETAILED MANUSCRIPT MAP DEPICTING THE PIVOTAL SIEGE OF LOUISBOURG DURING THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR Manuscript on two joined sheets of paper in brown ink, with full contemporary wash color. Image on thick paper with the watermark HONIG of the Dutch paper mill Honig [honey], who owned mills in Zaandyk (1675-1902) Paper size: 18" x 29 1/8" This manuscript map of the Siege of Louisbourg is an essential historical record of the French and Indian War. 2008 marks the 250th anniversary of the pivotal battle, the "final triumph of British power in North America." Indeed, the British attack on Louisbourg was the turning point of the fourth and final French and Indian War (the North American chapter of the Seven Years' War). France would never again regain its political dominance over North America. . Book.
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2010-04-12 14:39:04
SAAVEDRA FAXARDO, Diego
Con licencia, En Valencia: Por Francisco Cipres, en la calle de las Barcas, Año 1675 (Acosta de Mateo Regil, enfrente de la Diputacion).- 8 h., 694 p.: escudo xilográfico en la portada y grabados xilográficos con emblemas al principio de cada capítulo e intercalados entre el texto; 8º mayor (20 cm.); Pergamino Flexible época.- El pergamino algo manchado y la lomera con una grieta en la cabeza y sin un pequeño trozo; falto de la hoja original correspondiente a las páginas 353-354, que ha sido reproducida en facsimil con papel de la época y es prácticamente perfecta; una firma a tinta muy antigua de un viejo propietario en la portada; con algunas manchas de humedad en los márgenes externos, que apenas tocan al texto. Por lo demás el papel fuerte y blanco. PALAU 283458. Libro en español [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2010-03-07 16:09:50
Phillips, William
1675. Phillips, William. Studii Legalis Ratio, or, Directions for the Study of Law Under These Heads; the Qualifications or [sic], Nature, Means, Method, Time and Place of the Study. Corrected and Enlarged. London: Printed for F. Kirkman and T. Dring, 1675. [xii], 204 pp. Includes four-page catalogue of books printed for Kirkman. 12mo. (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Later three-quarter calf over marbled boards, recently rebacked retaining lettering piece, hinges mended. Some rubbing to boards and extremities, small chip to top edge of rear board, corners somewhat worn. "F. Pollock/ Lincoln's Inn/ 1886" to front pastedown. Toning, occasional browning, minor worming to title page, dampstains to a few leaves. Occasional annotations in contemporary hand (edges trimmed with minor loss to these notes). A scarce title with an appealing association. * Third and final edition of a well-respected vade mecum first published in 1662. "[This] is a book on the same lines as those written in the preceding period by Fullbecke and Dodderidge. It tells the student something of the kinds of knowledge essential to him...It gives him a little elementary information as to the various kinds and species of laws...and then it goes on to discourse the main features of the common law and its position in the state. It concludes bygiving a list of the chief books on English law which he must study" (Holdsworth). Sir Frederick Pollock [1845-1937] was one of the greatest British judges and legal scholars of his day. His treatises on contracts, jurisprudence, the common law and other subjects did much to clarify … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-03-04 02:22:15
SCHEFFERUS, Johannes.
Hamburg, Gothofredi Schultzen, 1675. 8:o. (15),+ (blank),+ 336,+ 96 s. Liten papperlagning av titelbladets nedre hörn. Samtida pergamentband, biblioteksetikett på frampärmen och med äldre delvis överklistrad ägarnamnteckning. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Collijn sp. 829. Fant 40. Ett åttasidigt index, "Opusculorum diversis temporibus locique publicatorum index", saknas. Den rätt sällsynta första upplagan av denna samling av texter, bestående av dels utdrag ur Schefferus olika föreläsningar i Uppsala och dels nytryck av tidigare publicerade texter. Nya upplagor följde i Uppsala 1697 och i Amsterdam 1698.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2010-02-18 11:00:50
NEPOS, CORNELIUS:
Paris 1675. 4to. (44) + 163 + (1) + (76) pp. Ekstra kobberstukket tittelbl. Kobberstukne vignetter. Samt. helskinnbd. med 5 opphøyde bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Superexlibris i gull på for- og bakdekkel (Bernstorff). Liten sprekk ved øvre kapitél. Extra engraved title-page. Engraved vignettes. Contemporary full calf with 5 raised bands. Spine elaborately gilt . Gilt supraexlibris (Bernstorff) on front- and backpanels. A small split at top of spine, otherwise a fine copy. . .
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat
2010-02-09 17:24:58
Edward Stillingfleet
London: Printed by R[obert] W[hite] for Henry Mortlock, 1675. Leather Bound. Very Good. 5 x 8 inches. 4to. Title page printed in red and black + 6 leaves (epistle dedicatory) + 11 leaves (preface and contents) + 619 numbered pages + 1 page advertisement. Closed tear to title page and very occasional light soiling or staining, otherwise the pages are bright and clean. Bound in contemporary brown calf with wear to edges and corners and some light scuffing. Professionally rebacked in brown calf with four raised bands and new endpapers. ESTCR236207. A nice clean wide margined copy of this influential early apologetical work.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstan's Books [U.S.A.]
2010-02-02 17:35:59
Justi Lipsi
Vesaliae, Andreaw ab Hoogenhuysen, 1675. Gebunden 1086 S S. 988 - 1004 mit feinen Bleistiftanmerkungen am Rande Pergamenteinband lose Satzspiegel teilweise Buchblock heil letzter Vorsatz beschaedigt Index ohne Seitenzahlen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Sawhney [Bonn, NRW, Germany]
2010-02-02 17:35:59
Justi Lipsi
Vesaliae, Andreaw ab Hoogenhuysen, 1675. Gebunden 1060 S Index am Ende ohne Seitenzahlen A-Z Pergamenteinband lose keine Abbildungen Satzspiegel teilweise gebraeunt Titel und einige Seiten beschaedigt und lose kein Textverlust.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Sawhney [Bonn, NRW, Germany]
2010-01-18 18:35:58
CLARK, Samuel
London: Tho. Sawbridge & Will. Birch. 1675. 2nd edition. hb. Tall 4to, This is "The Second Edition, Corrected and amended". . The title continues: "Divided into two parts: the first, containing the life of Our Blessed Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ, with the lives of the ancient fathers, school-men, first-reformers, and modern divines: the second, containing the lives of Christian emperors, kings and soveriegn princes: whereunto are added the lives of inferiour Christians, who have lived in these latter centuries: and lastly, are subjoyned the lives of many of those, who by their vertue and valor obtained the sir-name of Great, divers of which, give much light to sundry places of Scripture, especially to the prophecies concerning the four monarchs: Together With the Lively Effigies of the most eminent of them cut in Copper." With portraits engraved on copper, rubricated first letters, head and tail pieces. A few of the initial portraits have been hand coloured. Some early "copperplate" handwriting on opposite sides of a few of the portraits. This copy lacks the first 24 unpaginated pages containing the title page and introductory remarks. The first numbered leaf (pages 1/2) lacks the top half of the page. The remaining text is complete, except for the last five printed pages of the book. Pagination of our copy: pp. 27, [5], 504, [4], [8], 116, [4], 104, [4], 298. Pages 123 to 126, and 163 to 168 mis-numbered. The margins of some portions of the text have been closely trimmed. Our copy has been freshly re-bound in half leather over green cloth, with matching green leather spine … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-01-09 22:46:25
Rolle, Judge Henry (1589?-1656)
London: Roper, Titon, Starkey, Baffet, 1675. Book. English law; 509 pages [53 ]ages. 'Le Table' i.e. index; 32.5cm; full modern blind stamped leather binding; frontispiece portrait of author, barrister of Inner Temple 1618, judge of king's bench 1645, chief justice 1648; commissionerof exchequer 1954; works published posthumously; title page and frontispiece water stained; owner marks. Very good-condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2010-01-02 14:06:25
Townesend, George; Sir Frederick Pollock's copy
1675. Townesend, George. A Preparative to Pleading: Being a Work Intended for the Instruction and Help of Young Clerks of the Court of Common Pleas. London: Printed for Israel Harrison, 1675. [viii], 272, [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Later calf, gilt fillets to boards, later rebacking with lettering piece, blind rules and blind ornaments, endpapers renewed. A few scuffs to boards, some rubbing to extremities, corners worn, edges of text block trimmed with minor loss to head lines. "F. Pollock/ Linc: Inn" to front pastedown. Toning, occasional light spotting to a few leaves, faint dampstaining to foot of text block. A nice copy of a scarce title with an appealing association. * First edition. Townesend was a clerk of the Court of Common Pleas. He wrote his manual to improve the quality of pleadings, which had "much decayed" during the Civil War and Protectorate. A Latin-English dictionary for the most part, it aimed to "direct Attornies and Young Clerks, in the formalities of their Words and Writings" so "their Businesses may be more Clerklike drawn, and fairly entred on record" (Preface). The work was well-received. Its fourth and final edition was published in 1721. England. Sir Frederick Pollock [1845-1937] was one of the greatest British judges and legal scholars of his day. His treatises on contracts, jurisprudence the common law and other subjects did much to clarify and systematize English law. Several of these were standard texts that went through several editions. He is also remembered for his collaboration with F.W. Maitland on The History of English Law Before th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2009-12-08 19:36:05
REISER, ANTON.
(Augsburg), T. Koppmaieri, 1675. 4:o. (20),153,(2) s. Nytt fint halvpergamentbd med prydligt handtextad ryggtitel (Johanna Röjgård & Lars Laurentii). Enstaka lager- och småfläckar samt mindre fuktränder. Liten reva i marginalen på s. 75 och 115 och s. 95 med avrivet nedre hörn. Bra ex.. VD17 12:138819X. Reiser (1628-86) var bibliotekarie vid staden Augsburgs bibliotek, över vars handskriftssamling detta är en katalog. I de båda appendixen förtecknas en mängd tryckta skrifter av lärda Augsburgbor och editioner av bibliotekets handskrifter. Det finns två tidigare kataloger över handskriftssamlingen: en omfattande 7 blad som utkom 1575 och en på 62 sidor som utkom 1595. Först 1842 utgavs en ny katalog över samlingen förtecknad av Caspar Georg Metzger
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2009-11-24 02:07:44
SLEIDANUS, Johannes.
Hwilken beskrifwer tilståndet aff thet andelige och werldzlige wäsendet uthi Keyser Carls then femptes tidh/ ... Effter hans Kongl. May:ts nådige befallningh på swenskan affsatt aff Johan Sylvio. Stockholm, Nicolao Wankijff, 1675. Folio. (12),+ 890, 893-906,+ (12 ) s. Litet fläckigt titelblad samt blad (4) brunfläckigt, sid. 621 med liten nötning och paginaförlust och fåtal äldre papperslagningar i innermarginal, annars ren inlaga. Nött samtida pergamentband, ryggen med hål upptill och pärmarna med bornötta kanter. Ur Anders Spoles bibliotek, med dennes namnteckning, daterad 12 december 1675! Andra äldre namnteckningar samt biskop C. A. Reuterskiölds, daterad 1892, samt dennes exlibris. Collijn sp. 861. Carlander II, 109f. Johannes Sleidanus (ca 1507-1556), tysk historiker. Han skrev "Commentarii de statu religionis et rei publicae Carolo V Caesare" 1555, som med stöd av offentliga aktstycken försvarade de tyska protestantiska staternas politik under religionskrigen 1517-1555. Johan Sylvius uppdrogs av Karl XI att översätta arbetet till svenska och trycka det på konungens bekostnad. Matematikern Anders (Andreas) Spoles (1630-1699) bibliotek såldes på auktion i april 1703, enligt tryckt förteckning. Detta är en av de få böckerna på svenska som fanns i hans bibliotek, vilka alla räknas upp av Carlander (s. 110)
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2009-11-21 17:15:20
HOGHUSEN, Henrik.)
(Stockholm, 1675). 4:o. (56) s. Bläckfläckar på titelbladet, närmast följande samt på näst sista bladet. Papperslagningar i nedre hörnet s. (49) samt i nedre marginalen, invid falsen på sista bladet. Paginering i bläck från äldre samlingsband. Senare enkelt pappband. Warmholtz 4920. Klemming. Sverigs förhållande, s. 238. Utkom även i tysk och engelsk översättning. Warmholtz citerar Loenbom, som sett en anteckning av Olof Verelius, att Ernestus Friedman skulle identifieras som den svenske ambassadören Eduard Philipsson Ehrenstéen. Verket författades av kungl. sekreteraren Henrik Hoghusen (1624-1684) på order av rikskanslern Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie och det är en propagandaskrift mot kejsaren och Brandenburg, som bygger på en rapport från Ehrensteen. Något holländskt original finns inte. Eduard Philipsson Ehrenstéen (1620-1686) var diplomat, hovkansler och kansliråd. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2009-11-06 05:36:14
HUGHES, WILLIAM
London: George Dawes, 1675. Only edition, 12mo, pp. [36], 136, [7] George Dawes catalogue; approbation leaf backed in Japanese tissue, fore- and bottom margin of title similarly restored; very good in recent full brown calf antique, black morocco label. Wing H3329; Yale, LC, Michigan, Harvard, Columbia and California in NUC.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2009-10-24 16:32:09
Savile, Sir John
Robert Pawlet, London, 1675. Hardcover. Sir John Savile was a member of a prominent Norman family. His brother Sir Henry Savile was Queen Elizabeth's tutor in Greek and mathematics, and founded the chairs of Geometry and Astronomy at Oxford in 1619. Professionally rebound in three quarter brown morocco with raised bands on spine, gilt lettering, and marbled boards. Wide margins, decorative initial, on hand-laid paper, printed in a Gothic typeface. The binding is in fine condition and the interior is in very good plus condition. There is light browning to the margins and there are antiquated signatures in pen to the title page. There are also occasional spots of foxing. In the legal language of the time, a combination of French and English. 8 x 12 1/2 inches. 136 pages, indices. English History. ENH3/3230. Fine binding with very good plus interior [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop, ABAA [Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.]
2009-08-22 10:49:09
(GUEVARA, ANTONIO de)
Sthlm, N. Wankijff, 1675. 8:o. Grav. front,(22),300,(3) s. Mycket vackert hfrbd från 1800-talets början med rikt guldornerad rygg och titeletikett i glättad papp. Gula snitt. Ryggen med en liten svag fläck. Lagad reva i yttermarginalen på s. 9. Lagning i s. 15-16 med textförlust i marginalkommentaren. Med Ericsbergs biblioteks exlibris. Saknar sju sidor på slutet som utgörs av en biografi över författaren. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 335. Första svenska upplagan utkom 1629. Den fina frontespisen, signerad H. Padt-Brugge, visar två herremän som sirligt bugar inför varandra mot bakgrund av en pastoral scen med åkrar och plöjande bönder samt ett slott. Franciskanern Antonio de Guevara (ca 1480-1545) var spansk biskop och Karl V:s hovpredikant. Den saknade biografin som skrevs av Widekindi har aldrig varit inbunden i detta band och saknas t.ex. även i Linköpings stiftsbiblioteks exemplar, liksom i Hiertas, som dessutom saknade ett antal preliminärblad. Denne undrade också varför denna bok är så rar!
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2009-07-27 04:53:08
Savile, Sir John
London: Robert Pawlet, 1675. Hardcover. Fine binding with very good plus interior. Hardcover. Sir John Savile was a member of a prominent Norman family. His brother Sir Henry Savile was Queen Elizabeth's tutor in Greek and mathematics, and founded the chairs of Geometry and Astronomy at Oxford in 1619. Professionally rebound in three quarter brown morocco with raised bands on spine, gilt lettering, and marbled boards. Wide margins, decorative initial, on hand-laid paper, printed in a Gothic typeface. The binding is in fine condition and the interior is in very good plus condition. There is light browning to the margins and there are antiquated signatures in pen to the title page. There are also occasional spots of foxing. In the legal language of the time, a combination of French and English. 8 x 12 1/2 inches. 136 pages, indices. English History. ENH3/3230.
Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop [U.S.A.]
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2009-04-16 08:17:33
LOGGAN, David (1635-?1700).
Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1675. Folio (17 1/8 x 114/8 inches). Engraved title-page, engraved dedication to Charles II, preface leaf, mezzotint portrait of James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, by J. Smith after Godfrey Kneller, engraved privilege leaf, and 40 fine double-page views including one folding panorama of Christchurch (close cropped), engraved index leaf at end, all mounted on guards (one or two marginal tears). Fine contemporary red paneled morocco, spine in eight compartments with seven raised bands, gilt lettered in one, the others decorated with small gilt tools, all edges gilt. Provenance: Armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Hare, Bart (died 1834), High Sheriff of Norfolk 1803, on the front paste-down; engraved bookplate of Syston Park, the magnificent library of which was sold at Sotheby's in December of 1884, on the front paste-down; Kelmscott Press, Shenley Grange bookplate of John Charrington (died 1939) on front paste-down whose important library of Private Press books sold at auction in 1939, this lot 362 purchased by; Lloyd Kenyon, bookplate on the front past-down. First edition, and a fine tall copy of Loggan's celebrated work containing magnificent views of Oxford University. Originally from Gdansk, David Loggan (1635-1700?) moved to England in the middle of the 17th century and became engraver to Oxford University, and subsequently to Cambridge University. "The "Oxonia Illustrata" was evidently intended as a companion to Wood's "History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford," published in 1674, for the table of contents gives, opposite each plat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-04-10 14:15:46
LOGGAN, David (1635-?1700).
Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1675. Folio (17 1/8 x 114/8 inches). Engraved title-page, engraved dedication to Charles II, preface leaf, mezzotint portrait of James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, by J. Smith after Godfrey Kneller, engraved privilege leaf, and 40 fine double-page views including one folding panorama of Christchurch (close cropped), engraved index leaf at end, all mounted on guards (one or two marginal tears). Fine contemporary red paneled morocco, spine in eight compartments with seven raised bands, gilt lettered in one, the others decorated with small gilt tools, all edges gilt. Provenance: Armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Hare, Bart (died 1834), High Sheriff of Norfolk 1803, on the front paste-down; engraved bookplate of Syston Park, the magnificent library of which was sold at Sotheby's in December of 1884, on the front paste-down; Kelmscott Press, Shenley Grange bookplate of John Charrington (died 1939) on front paste-down whose important library of Private Press books sold at auction in 1939, this lot 362 purchased by; Lloyd Kenyon, bookplate on the front past-down. First edition, and a fine tall copy of Loggan's celebrated work containing magnificent views of Oxford University. Originally from Gdansk, David Loggan (1635-1700?) moved to England in the middle of the 17th century and became engraver to Oxford University, and subsequently to Cambridge University. "The "Oxonia Illustrata" was evidently intended as a companion to Wood's "History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford," published in 1674, for the table of contents gives, opposite each plat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries [U.S.A.]
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2009-03-09 05:42:43
Hughes, William
Only edition of these mooted cases, continuing a tradition existing before the Inns of Courts were established, setting forth the facts, the issues, and (sometimes tentatively) the conclusions, often reminiscent of 20th century pedagogy. Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, browning, margins cut close not affecting the text, a sound copy; without the imprimatur leaf. Printed for George Dawes, and are to be sold at his Shop [etc.], London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2009-03-09 01:12:35
HUYBERTS, Adrian.
London. Printed for the author, 1675. 4to. [2],38pp. Rebound in quarter calf, marbled boards. Title page a bit dusted otherwise a very good copy. Wing H 3858. Wellcome III, 323. Krivatsky 6124. Concerning a dispute between Huyberts, a physician, and the College of Physicians, whom he accuses of operating a monopoly. Huyberts cured a merchant who had been given up as a hopeless case by members of the College. The Collegians became angry, declaring "they would rather have him died, than that I, being none of their society, should have cured him" and proceeded to bring an action against him. There follows a long attack upon the College, their supposed anatomical discoveries, their bogus cures etc. (He quotes the opinion of Boyle in support of his position) and concludes that the College has done nothing to advance and much to impede the cause of medical progress. Towards the end of the pamphlet Huyberts inserts some autobiographical information from which we learn that he was brought up in Ireland and was trained at Trinity College under Jacob Rickman. He practised in Dublin for seven years and was made a free-man of the city. After a spell in Europe he returned to London where he gave free medicine and medical assistance to the poor. The College, he says, were shamed into proscribing "Bills of Direction to the Sick Poor," but with the proviso that the apothecaries should give the medicines free. Such charity at the expense of others was deservedly laughed at. The college, having had enough of Huyberts, set about putting him out of business. This pamphlet is the sole edition o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA) [Cheshire, United Kingdom]
2009-03-06 03:24:49
MARRACCI LODOVICO.
Michele Ercole, 1675. Cm. 16, pp. (2) 176 (2). Con una bella incisione all'antiporta. Leg. settecentesca in mezza pergamena con punte e titoli ms. al dorso. Una lieve brunitura alle prime carte, ma ben conservato. Interessante e non comune.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2009-02-24 23:20:21
TERENCE
Frederic Leonard, Paris, 1675. Parisiis a pud fredericum leonard typhgraphum regis serenissimi delphini, & Cleri Gallicani, via jacobaea. Interpretatione et notis illustravit Nicolaus Camus, jussu christianissimi regis in usum serenissimi Delphini. Full brown leather with red leather label gilt on spine. Marbled edges Minor stain to first 10 pages affecting just the top corner o/w one of the cleanest interiors we've seen. Small library stamp to reverse of title page and rear endpaper and bookplate to front endpaper 710 pages plus 50 plus page index. Frontis engraving by Channeau. Hinges starting and leather well worn but a very attractive copy of an uncommon edition. Size: Large Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
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