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        Leyres Politie, Det er, Hvad Skick oc Ordning udi Kiøbenhaffn er holden fra den 11. Augusti 1658, der Beleyringen begyntis indtil den 11. Feb. 1661,

      1677 1677 - Næst Beskriffvelse aff Guds Ord hvor udi en god Politie bestaar. Observeret oc sammenskreffvet aff Anders Matthi-Søn Hiøring. Kbhvn.: Daniel Eichorn / Christian Cassube 1661. Med træskårne illustr. i teksten. 16vo. [12] + [160] blade. Enkelt blad revet i nederste margin ellers helt rent eksemplar indbundet i samtidigt helpergament med kalligraferede initialer på ryggen. Med kronestempler på fri- og titelblad samt tilskrift i samtidig hånd på friblad samt gammelt navn på sidste trykte blad. * Et meget sjældent kildeskrift til Københavns belejring.Bibl. Danica III,158. Ehrencron-Müller IV,81. Hielmst. 3142. Thesaurus 491.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Opera Posthuma.

      [Amsterdam]: [Jan Rieuwertsz], 1677. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (205 x 160 mm). [40], 614, [32]; [2], 112, [8] pp. Roman, italic and Hebrew type, woodcut device on title, several woodcut text illustrations, content and errata leaves at end. Without the frontispiece portrait as usual. Contemporary stiff vellum, title in manuscript to spine, boards ruled in blind and with blind-stamped central arabesque (spine a bit browned, vellum partly chipped at spine, corners little bumped, tailbands loose), sprinkled edges. Internally quite fresh and clean with only minor browning. ----Van der Linde 22; PMM 153 (note). FIRST EDITION of Spinoza's posthumous works, including his influential Ethica, more geometrico demonstrata, the work which established Spinoza's reputation as a rationalist and "atheist." It is considered the first systematic exposition of pantheism in which God is identified with the entire universe. With the 'geometric method' Spinoza sought to apply mathematical reasoning to metaphysics. This led to the identification of God with the universe, which came to be viewed as a rational philosophy proclaiming the divinity of nature. The concept was embraced by various German Enlightenment interpreters (Lessing, Jacobi, Herder and Goethe) who, however, rejected Spinoza's method. Spinoza's correspondence among the posthumous works is particularly interesting, providing easier access to his philosophy, as well as dealing with optics, the telescope, and his views on Descartes. The least controversial of his writings, a simple Hebrew grammar composed at the request of friends, may have inspired scriptural studies among a wider audience than his metaphysical readership. The work was banned in Holland in 1678 and placed on the Index in 1679. Very Good.

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        PHARAMOND: Or, The History of France. A Fam'd Romance in Twelve Parts. The Whole Work never before Englished. Written originally by the Author of CASSANDRA and CLEOPATRA.

      London, printed for T. Bassett, T. Dring and W. Cademan, 1677. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1677, folio in fours, approximately 290 x 185 mm, 11½ x 7¼ inches, title page printed in red and black, a few decorated initials, pages: [4], 415, [1]; 758, collation: A2, B-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Ggg4; A-Zzzz4, Aaaaa-Ccccc4 (-Ccccc4 - a blank), rebacked in calf to style, raised bands, small blind ornament in compartments, earlier gilt lettered green morocco label, original marbled boards with leather corners, endpapers replaced. Board very worn and scuffed, large pale stain to top third of upper cover, repeated on front endpapers, title page and faintly up to B3, neat name in top margin of title page, a few early notes in pale ink in blank areas of title page, lower fore-edge of title page very slightly worn, a little messy ink underlining especially to early pages, a few pages lightly browned, many pages have small pale stains, tiny dark marks or small ink marks, no loss of legibility, some upper margins trimmed, no loss of running titles, tiny rust hole in text on Hh3 (1st series) with loss of a few letters, small tear and tiny chip to lower margin of P2 (2nd series), Aa2-Aa3 (2nd series) slightly worn at fore-edge, 2 small chips to fore-edge margin on Xxx1, small piece torn off lower blank corner of Mmmm4 and Yyyy4. A good sturdy copy of the first English translation. The work is a historical romance featuring the Franks and Merovingians to 987. La Calprenede (1610-1663) wrote several historical romances of which the best known are Cassandra and Cleopatra. Pharamond a 5th century king of the Franks begun by La Calprenede in 1661, was unfinished when the author died and was successfully completed by Pierre d'Ortigue de Vaumoriere. It was first published in Paris, 1661-1670. ESTC R19768. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        1677 State of Innocence John Dryden Fall of Man John Milton Paradise Lost RARE

      [London : printed by T[homas]. N[ewcomb]. for H. Herringman, at the Anchor in the lower walk of the New Exchange, 1677.] Second edition. - 1677 State of Innocence John Dryden Fall of Man John Milton Paradise Lost RARE “Kindness for man, and pity for his fate, May mix with bliss and yet not violate. Their Heavenly harps a lower strain began And in soft music, mourned the fall of man!” – John Dryden, State of Innocence, A rare second edition of John Dryden’s adaption of John Milton’s “Paradise Lost.” Dryden intended for it to be performed with music, however, only this, the libretto, was ever produced. This rare 17th-century printing is complete with scene direction and staging, presumably Dryden’s own notes and vision of the scenes. The scene direction that was required was deemed too expensive and demanding for either the King’s Company theatre or the Royal Theatre on Drury Lane, and thus never appeared on stage. This work is unique in that John Milton omitted a dedication (whether intentionally or inadvertently is unknown). The responsibility fell to John Dryden, a friend of Milton’s, whose title page reads “The State of Innocence, And Fall of Man” – the title of Dryden’s play. This book is textually complete in all regards. Collation and signatures of this printing meet that of the 1677 edition collation. (Hoe II, 106). Item number: #689 Price: $950 DRYDEN, John; The state of innocence and fall of man : an opera, written in heroique verse and dedicated to her Royal Highness, the Dutchess. [London : printed by T[homas]. N[ewcomb]. for H. Herringman, at the Anchor in the lower walk of the New Exchange, 1677.] Second edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [22], 45p o Signatures: [title], A1-A4, b1-c2, B1-G3 A4 has been incorrectly bound after c2 • Binding: Fine leather; tight & secure • References: Robert Hoe, Catalog of Books, English Authors before 1700; Wing, D2373 o Printer’s name from Wing • Language: English • Size: ~8.75in X 6.5in (22cm x 17cm) • Exceedingly scarce with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 689 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Man Of Sin: Or A Discourse Of Popery: Wherein The Numerous And Monstrous Abominations, in Doctrine and Practice, of the Romish Church Are by Their Own Hands Exposed so to Open Light, That the Very Blind May See Them, and Antichrist in Capitol Letters Engraven on Them: .

      Printed by J. D. for Robert Boulter, London 1677 - Rear hinge cracked, front board detached, lower fore-corner; Small 4to; Contemporary calf with blind-ruled border, [22], 56, 248, 142, [2-ads], [2]p., the final pagination is the half-title, containing "Published by Authority." and the errata on the verso. **".particularly in the infinite Drove of their Adored, but Lying Wonders and Miracles, By no Roman, but a Reformed Catholick." **Wing H3343. With the type-set book-plate of "Thomas Cushing's Book, 1741." within an ornamental border. Charles Dexter Alllen's American Book-plates does not list this bookplate but his #193 is similar: "Jacob Cushing, His Book. 1746. A plain printed label with border of ornamental type." Sibley lists two Thomas Cushings, class of 1711 and 1744. The front free end-paper has been pasted down but it shows a name ending in ".omfield." There is more early writing showing but it has been partially obscured. Fair of first five leaves incomplete but not effecting text, scattered toning but still a tight usable copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hurley Books Inc.]
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        A chart of the Islands Corfu, Pachsu and Antipachsu.

      Londra 1677 - Carta nautica tratta dal A chart of the Levant or the Eastermost part of the Mediterranean Sea, pubblicato a Londra. La carta raffigura le isole di Corfu, Paxos e Antipaxos, e le coste greche. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara. Sea chart, from A chart of the Levant or the Eastermost part of the Mediterranean Sea, issued in London. The map depicts the islands of Corfu, Paxos and Antipaxos, and Greek coastlines. A superb rare sea chart with rhumb lines of Corfu and nearby coastlines. The main town and castle in Corfu is clearly outlined. It is engraved by 'J[oel] Gascoyne' and was first published in 1677. This example was published in Mount & Page's 'English Pilot Part Three' in 1747. Copperplate in excellent conditions. Rare Zacharakis C. G. - A Catalogue of Printed Maps of Greece 1477 - 1800 (2009), n. 3306 Dimensioni 520 395mm

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius]
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        L'Africa Nuovamente corretta et accresciuta secondo le realtioni più moderne da Guglielmo Sansone, Geografo di s. M. Christianissima.

      Roma 1677 - Carta geografica tratta dal "Mercurio Geografico Overo Guida Geografica", edito a Roma tra il 1660 ed il 1730 dalla tipografia de Rossi. Nel corso degli anni, il Mercurio geografico fu arricchito da un numero sempre maggiore di carte.Questa mappa, come dichiarato nel cartiglio, è una fedele riproduzione di quella di Guillaume Sanson del 1668, di cui traduce solo il testo dal francese in italiano, senza aggiungere alcun dettaglio geografico. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map taken from "Mercurio Geografico, published in Rome between 1660 and 1730 from the printing de Rossi. Over the years, the atlas was enriched by a growing number of cards. This map, as cited in the title cartouche, is a faithful reproduction of the Sanson map of 1668, substituting Italian text for French text, doesn't add new geographic details. Copper engraving, coloring contemporary contours in excellent condition. R. L. Betz "The Mapping of Africa " (2007), map 120 Dimensioni 560 410mm

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        EL ENTE DILUCIDADO. DISCURSO ÚNICO NOVÍSIMO QUE MUESTRA ay en Naturaleza Animales Irracionales Invisibles, y quales sean por.

      En la Emprenta Real,, Madrid 1677 - 14.5x20. 11hh. 438pp. 9hh. Portada grabada, con orla de ángeles. Escudo en la 1ª h. de la dedicatoria. Portada reforzada, con pérdidas por lo márgenes, refuerzo antiguo en el márgen de las siguinetes 2 hojas. Picadura en el margen interior de las últimas hojas. Este es literalmente un libro fantástico - en el índice encontramos: "Qvestion vnica, en que se prueba que ay animales inuisibles, y que por la mayor parte lo sean, los que se llaman Duendes, trasgos o fantasmas. Si podrà vn hombre concebir de si mismo. Qve los duendes tienen figura de religioso. Como enriquece el Lobo al hombre que mira.[y¡!] Si el hombre puede artificiosamente bolar." (pero, qué cosas tenía). En el curso del libro habla de toda clase de monstuosidades y rarezas - "Otra semejante muger marina [la mitad figura de doncella, y la mitad de pez] se cogio en el Lago de Olanda. el año de 1403, llevaronla a la Ciudad de Harlem, y siendo assi, que estava desnuda, se dexò vestir, comia pan, leche y otros manjares que le davan, aprendiò a hilar, y tros oficios mugeriles; enseñaronle a arrodillarse à vn Crucifixo. Los Elefantes, no solo entienden a hablar de su tierra, sino tambien han aprendido gramática, y à escrivir, y las Lenguas Latina, y Griega, y la Barbara." Como no es de extrañar, muchos ejemplares de esta curiosísima obra fueron destruidos. La 1ª ed. es de 1676. El autor, zamorano nació en 1628. La obra ha despertado gran entusiasmo en Juan Valera, quien quería que se se incluyera en la Biblioteca de Autores Españoles de Ribandeneyra. Muy raro. No lo encontramos ni el la BNE ni en el CCPB. Ce livre est littéralement un livre fantastique- dans son indice nous trouvons: Ce n'est pas étrange, beaucoup d'exemplaires de cette curiosité d'oeuvre, furent détruit. La première édition est de 1676. L'auteur, de Zamora, est né en 1628. L'oeuvre a réveillé un très grand enthousiasme pour Jean Vialera, qui ne voulait pas, qu'il puisse s'inclure dans la Bibliothèque, d' Auteurs Espagnols de Ribandeneyra. Très étrange. On ne peut le trouver, ni dans la BNE (Bibliothèque Nationale Espagnole), ni dans le CCPB. Holandesa piel de época, con extensas pérdidas en el lomo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Carmen Alonso Libros]
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        Sermons du tems de S. Bernard

      first edition of the translation of Dom Antoine S. Gabriel Fueillent. A title vignette of arms of the Bishop of Lombez. 2 historiated initials and two headbands title.Blue buffer title page: Ex museo Julii Vroil. Chez Jacques de Laize de Bresche à Paris 1677 Fort in-8 (11,5x18,5cm) (12) 865pp. (11) relié

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        The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New newly Translated out of the Original Tongues and with the Former Translations diligently compared and reprised By His Majestie's Special Command. Appointed to be Read in Churches. [Bound with]: The Whole Book of Psalms collected into the English Metre, by Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins.

      Cambridge: John Hayes, printer to the Universitie. 1677 - King James version. The Holy Bible: The Old Testament; Apocrypha; The New Testament. Separate register for Apocrypha and separate title page and register for New Testament. Bound with The Whole Book of Psalms. Illustrated general title page, dated 1677. The subsequent title pages have the University arms and are both also printed by John Hayes and dated 1675. 4to. Ruled in red throughout. Unpaginated and collated as complete. In a Victorian black morocco binding with marbled end-papers. Illustrated title-page laid down and edges supported. Including four pages of the Poole family (of Highgate) history dating from 1853-1887. Binding generally in very good condition, corners slightly bumped and joints slightly rubbed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Naukeurige beschryving van gantsch Syrie, en Palestyn of Heilige Lant.

      Amsterdam: Jacob van Meurs, 1677 - Folio, in two parts. Contemporary mottled calf neatly rebacked, two-line gilt border to edges, all edges speckled red. A very good copy: clean, sound, with excellent impressions of the plates, and complete with the Directions to the Binder. First title page printed in red and black, with engraved allegorical title, 8 maps, 30 plates (mainly double-page) and 34 plates in the text. Text printed in double-columns. First edition. Dr Olfert Dapper (1636–1688), physician, geographical and historical scholar, was the author of a series of works dealing with Africa, America and Asia; these were all published in handsome folio format and are best known for their fine double-page or folding views and panoramas. The extensive panorama of Jerusalem in the present work had also been used in Dapper's book on Asia (Amsterdam 1672). There are fine views of Damascus, Tripoli, Aleppo, Jaffa, Rama, the Temple of Solomon, and a birds-eye view of Jerusalem (trimmed at sides). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Vechtstreek antieke kaart - Petrus Schenk.

      BUITENPLAATSEN IN DE VECHTSTREEK?Nieuwe kaart van Mynden en de 2 Loosdrechten, mitsgaders van 's-Graveland nevens het gerecht van Breukelen en Loenersloot??. Kopergravure voor het eerst uitgegeven rond 1677 en herzien na 1702. Dit exemplaar werd heruitgegeven door Petrus Schenk rond 1720 en werd in de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 48 x 56 cm.Deze weinig bekende overzichtskaart van het middengedeelte van de Vechtstreek (tussen Nederhorst den Berg en Maarssen), is in z?n tijd waarschijnlijk een bestseller onder buitenplaats bezitters geweest. Ca. 155 buitenplaatsen aan de Angstel, de Vecht en te ?s-Graveland worden genoemd.De buitens ontstonden in een periode van enorme opbloei van handel en nijverheid in de steden (met name Amsterdam). Een nieuwe sociale bovenlaag van de bevolking was in korte tijd rijk geworden door handel met overzeese gebieden en kon zich een riante tweede woning in een landschappelijk fraai gebied veroorloven. ?s Winters woonde men in de stad, maar ?s zomers hadden ze met hun talrijk personeel een aangenaam leven in hun buitenhuis. De Vechtstreek was daarbij geliefd door de gemakkelijke bereikbaarheid met openbare trekschuiten en particuliere jachten.De herziening van de kaart werd medegefinancierd door Jeronimus de Haze de Georgio, een belangrijke Amsterdamse regent die in Loosdrecht een buitenplaats bezat. Voor zijn bijdrage krijgt hij zijn wapen op de kaart gezet.Literatuur: Donkersloot-de Vrij ?De Vechtstreek??, nr. 20bPrijs: ?3.650,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        Della Biblioteca volante. Scanzia prima [e seconda].

      per Giovanni Antonio Bonardi, da S.M. in Campo, In Firenze 1677 - 2 parti in 1 vol. in 8, p. 96 - 112, leg. coeva in p. pergamena con tit. manoscritto al dorso. Prima rara edizione dei primi due volumi della "Biblioteca Volante" di cui apparvero 23 Scansie.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Palatina]
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        Wunderliche und warhafftige Gesichte Philanders von Sittewald, das ist Straff-Schrifften Hanß-Michael Moscherosch von Wilstädt. In welchen Aller Weltwesen, Aller Mänschen Händel, mit ihren Natürlichen Farben der Eitelkeit, Gewalts, Heucheley, Thorheit bekleidet, offentlich auff die Schau gefähret, als in einem Spiegel dargestellet und gesehen werden. Jetzo wider von neuem auffgelegt, vermehret, gebessert, mit Bildnussen gezieret, und Männiglichen unvergreifflich zu lesen in Truck gegeben.

      Straßburg, Josias Städel, 1677 (Tl. 1) und 1666 (auf Kupfertitel:) 1666. - 2 Tle. in 2 Bänden. Mit zus. 2 Kupfertiteln, 3 gest. Portraits, 8 Kupfertafeln und 23 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten. 7 Bll., 709 S., 12 Bll.; 7 Bll., 932 [i.e. 908] S. Pappbde. d. Zt. VD 17 39:120751U und 39:120763R; Dünnhaupt 1.I.6 und 1.II.4; Hayn-Got. VI, 332; Faber du Faur 425 und 426. - Beide Bände enthalten 7 Gesichte: Schergen-Teuffel, Welt-Wesen, Venus-Narren, Todten-Heer, Letstes Gericht, Höllen-Kinder, Hof-Schule, Weiber-Lob, Thurnier, Soldaten-Leben etc. - Eines der interessanten Kupfer zeigt einen völlig entrückten Opiumraucher. - Moscherosch war Mitglied der Fruchtbringenden Gesellschaft ("der Träumende"). - Interessante satirische Zeitschilderung, teils eng am Vorbild der Visionen des Quevedo, teils in eigener Erfindung. - Das siebte Gesicht des 2. Teils (Reformation) mit den SS. (861)-932 ist hier fälschlich zum Ende des 1. Teils gebunden. - Einbände etwas fleckig. Kupfertitel des 1. Tls. gelockert. Tls. gebräunt. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        L'homme de René Descartes, et la formation du foetus, avec les Remarques de Louis de la Forge. A quoy l'on a ajouté le Monde ou Traité de la Lumière du mesme Autheur

      Paris: Chez Theodore Girard, 1677 Illustrated with intext woodcuts. Second edition. Bound in full contemporary dark brown calf, with five raised bands to the spine, lettered and decorated in gilt, board edges decorated in gilt, all edges speckled red. A good copy, with some loss to the calf on the rear board, resewn endbands, some paper reinforcement to the inner hinges, minor splitting to the front outer hinge, rubbing to the spine, light scratching to the boards, minor gouge to the rear free endpaper, ink stain to the rear pastedown, a few faint creases and spots to the otherwise clean pages. The second French edition of Descartes' seminal treaties on physiology and natural philosophy. Originally written as physiological appendix to his Discourse on Method, both the Treatise on Man and Treatise on Light were originally intended to be paired with a third segment - the Treatise on Soul - under the collected title The World. Notably, Descartes did not publish these treatises during his lifetime, lest he suffer the fate of Galileo and be persecuted for his research; the first editions were published over a decade after his death. Treatise on Man was first published in Latin as De homine in 1662 and then in French as Traité de l'homme in 1664. Treatise on Light was published in part in Latin in the textbook Principia philosophiae in 1644 and in entirety in French as Le monde de Mr. Descartes ou la Traité de la Lumière in 1664. This is the second French edition for both treatises. Both the Treatise on Light and the Treatise on Man are notable for their descriptions of natural processes as scientific, if not mechanical, functions. Treatise on Man, which focuses on the human body, is the summation of Descartes' fascination with the internal functions. An influential text in the fields of science, medicine and philosophy, it is renowned for Descartes early observations on blood circulation, muscle reflex, the pineal gland, and human cognition.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        CHRONICA DOS REYS DE PORTVGAL. REFORMADA Pello Licenciado DVARTE NVNES DO LIAM,

      - Desembargador caza da Supplicaçaõ. Offerecida AO SENHOR D. MIGVEL DE PORTUGAL CONDE DE VIMIOZO, &C. LISBOA. Na Officina de FRANCISCO VILLELA, & à sua custa. M. DC. LXXVII. [1677]. De 29x20 cm. Com [iv], 205 [aliás 206], [vii] fólios. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com rótulo verde, nervos e ferros decorativos a ouro na lombada, um pouco cansada. Exemplar com ex-líbris oleografico no anterosto do Conselheiro Mendonça Cortez. A folha de rosto apresenta um ex-líbris manuscrito razurado. Preserva o anterosto tipográfico (com o privilégio do Principe Regente) que muito raramente se encontra nos exemplares desta edição. Os dois primeiros fólios do texto apresentam sublinhados coevos e leve acidez própria do papel. Os últimos fólios com uma galeria marginal de trabalho de traça. Boa impressão em caracteres redondos estampada sobre papel de linho muito alvo e sonante, adornada com o brasão de D. Pedro II na folha de rosto, vinhetas tipograficas decorativas, capitulares xilograficas e florões de remate. Obra com historiografia oficial de Portugal do final século XVII, abrange os reinados desde o conde D. Henrique a D. Fernando. Com especial interesse para história da reconquista aos Mouros e as guerras com Castela. Inocêncio II, 210. ?Licenceado em Direito Civil e Desembargador da Casa da Supplicação, escriptor mui laborioso e applicado, como se vê pelas muitas obras que compoz, imprimindo algumas em sua vida, e deixando outras ainda ineditas: na reunião de Portugal á corôa de Hespanha por morte do Cardeal Rei abraçou calorosamente os interesses de Filippe II, cujo pretendido direito de successão defendeu por escripto contra os que o impugnavam. foi natural d'Evora, e faleceu em Lisboa, d'edade mui provecta ao que parece, no anno de 1608. e. Primeira parte das Chronicas dos Reis de Portugal, reformadas, etc. Lisboa, por Pedro Craesbeeck 1600. fol. ibi, por Francisco Villela 1677. fol. de 205 folhas. e ibi, por Manuel Coelho Amado 1774. 4.º 2 tomos com 326 394 pag. comprehende esta primeira parte as chroricas dos reis, desde o conde D. Henrique inclusive, até D. Fernando.? Ameal 1654. ?Segunda Edição da Primeira Parte. (única que se reimprimiu). RARA.? Location/localizacao: para fotog.

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        Della Biblioteca volante. Scanzia prima [e seconda].

      per Giovanni Antonio Bonardi, da S.M. in Campo, 1677. 2 parti in 1 vol. in 8, p. 96 - 112, leg. coeva in p. pergamena con tit. manoscritto al dorso. Prima rara edizione dei primi due volumi della "Biblioteca Volante" di cui apparvero 23 Scansie. Ottime condizioni

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        In Quator INSTITUTIONUM IMPERALIUM JUSTINIANI, Commentarii [Commentaries upon the Institutes (Codex) of Justinian]

      Georgii Andreae Dolhopffii, Strasburg and Frankfurt 1677 - Thick 4to, Johann Schneidewein (1519-1568) was a German jurist. At the age of eleven, he entered the University of Wittenberg and became acquainted with Martin Luther, when he was a boarder at his house in 1544. At first, Scheidewein studied what we would now describe as the "liberal arts". He then turned his attention to the study of law and was granted the degree of licentiate in 1545 (some accounts say 1544). For the next four years he taught and, in 1551, was granted a professorhip in law at the university. In the years prior to his death, he was often consulted on legal matters of state, and several times took part in deputations to the imperial court at Speyer. He died in Wittenberg in 1568, and his tomb at the Castle Church in that city is close to Luther's. His main work was his Commentaries on Justinian, which were edited by Matthias Wesenbeck and first published in 1573. Our copy is a ninth edition and is bound in vellum with yapped edges and a leather spine in compartments, and bears the copperplate engraved frontispiece of Schneidewein. Pagination: [blank], [frontis.], [3], [Appendix, 8], 1-1904 (double-columned; two page numbers to a page). Index [94]. The vellum shows wear and some soiling. It appears that the joints were at some time in the past repaired, with glue residue showing on boards. Spine leather chipped, and joints beginning to crack at spine ends. Front hinge neatly repaired. Contents tight, with some marginal wear to preliminary pages, else clean with only some very light foxing. Overall, a good plus copy of an important early legal and philosophical text. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Natural History of Oxford-Shire, Being An Essay toward the Natural History of England

      Oxford Printed at the Theater in Oxford and are to be had there: And in London at Mr. S. Millers, at the Star near the West-end of St. 1677 Rare, complete first edition in folio. [12],358,[12]pp, with magnificent folding map of Oxfordshire (often wanting) with a border formed of 176 images of arms of colleges, towns, landowners and gentry; large engraved title-page vignette, and 16 numbered full-page plates by Michael Burghers, each with dedication within ornate cartouche to the owner of the land where objects illustrated were found. Contemporary Cambridge-style calf boards paneled in blind, respined to style with red morocco title and author labels, date in gilt to foot, end papers renewed. Copper-engraved armorial book plate of "Orwell Park" reaffixed to front paste down. An excellent copy, with only light scattered foxing, plates bright and strong, binding firm. Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P2585. Madan 3130. Lowndes ("An admnirable work.) 1886. ESTC Citation No. R473650. Near Fine Four issues of the first edition are known, with no priority established (In our issue the author's name is given in full and at foot of title page appears: "The price in sheets at the press, nine shillings. To subscribers, eight shillings."). It was posthumously reprinted in a revised and enlarged second edition in 1705 with a life of Plot by his stepson John Burman. Plot, English naturalist, first Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, and first keeper of the Ashmolean Museum, is best known for this treatise "singular medley of natural philosophy, palaelogy, and the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms from man downward," (Madan) followed by the Natural History of Staffordshire, published in 1686. The first work was filled with descriptions and illustrations of a wide range of specimens, and had immediate and far reaching influence. Plates are of flora and fauna, rocks and minerals, and some seventy species of fossils from the Jurassic and Cretaceous, including the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone (actually, the knee-end of the thigh bone, which Plot mistakenly thought had come from an elephant taken to Britain in Roman times). Throughout, in his choices of specimens and antiquities to present, Plot seems always to stress the anomalous. Admiral Edward Vernon (1684-1757), whose copy this was (or perhaps that of one of his immediate descendants) built the house and lived at Orwell Park, at Nacton in Suffolk, between 1725 and 1757. Vernon was famous for sea campaigns against the French and Spanish, with George Washington's half-brother, Lawrence Washington, serving aboard Vernon's flagship as Captain of the Marines in 1741. Washington later named the town of Mount Vernon in Virginia after the Admiral. Following Vernon's death, on 30 October 1757, his cousin, Francis Vernon (1715-1783), rebuilt the house, adding an extensive deer park. He also bought the title of Viscount Orwell, as a result of which the lands became known as Orwell Deer Park, and later simply Orwell Park. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        The Natural History of Oxford-Shire, Being An Essay toward the Natural History of England

      Oxford: Printed at the Theater in Oxford and are to be had there: And in London at Mr. S. Millers, at the Star near the West-end of St. Pauls Church-yard,, 1677. First Edition. Full Calf. Near Fine. Rare, complete first edition in folio. [12],358,[12]pp, with magnificent folding map of Oxfordshire (often wanting) with a border formed of 176 images of arms of colleges, towns, landowners and gentry; large engraved title-page vignette, and 16 numbered full-page plates by Michael Burghers, each with dedication within ornate cartouche to the owner of the land where objects illustrated were found. Contemporary Cambridge-style calf boards paneled in blind, respined to style with red morocco title and author labels, date in gilt to foot, end papers renewed. Copper-engraved armorial book plate of "Orwell Park" reaffixed to front paste down. An excellent copy, with only light scattered foxing, plates bright and strong, binding firm. Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P2585. Madan 3130. Lowndes ("An admnirable work.) 1886. ESTC Citation No. R473650. Four issues of the first edition are known, with no priority established (In our issue the author's name is given in full and at foot of title page appears: "The price in sheets at the press, nine shillings. To subscribers, eight shillings."). It was posthumously reprinted in a revised and enlarged second edition in 1705 with a life of Plot by his stepson John Burman. Plot, English naturalist, first Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, and first keeper of the Ashmolean Museum, is best known for this treatise "singular medley of natural philosophy, palaelogy, and the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms from man downward," (Madan) followed by the Natural History of Staffordshire, published in 1686. The first work was filled with descriptions and illustrations of a wide range of specimens, and had immediate and far reaching influence. Plates are of flora and fauna, rocks and minerals, and some seventy species of fossils from the Jurassic and Cretaceous, including the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone (actually, the knee-end of the thigh bone, which Plot mistakenly thought had come from an elephant taken to Britain in Roman times). Throughout, in his choices of specimens and antiquities to present, Plot seems always to stress the anomalous. Admiral Edward Vernon (1684-1757), whose copy this was (or perhaps that of one of his immediate descendants) built the house and lived at Orwell Park, at Nacton in Suffolk, between 1725 and 1757. Vernon was famous for sea campaigns against the French and Spanish, with George Washington's half-brother, Lawrence Washington, serving aboard Vernon's flagship as Captain of the Marines in 1741. Washington later named the town of Mount Vernon in Virginia after the Admiral. Following Vernon's death, on 30 October 1757, his cousin, Francis Vernon (1715-1783), rebuilt the house, adding an extensive deer park. He also bought the title of Viscount Orwell, as a result of which the lands became known as Orwell Deer Park, and later simply Orwell Park. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        A Guide for Constables: A Treatise

      G Sawbridge et al, 1677. Good. 1677. 5th edition. 286 pages. Full leather boards. A firm binding with ffep, title page, contents. Tanning to title page. Mild age toning within to text but well preserved with firm hinges. Original boards rebacked with a new spine and gilt on red titling. Some rubbing to board edges, bumped to corners and slight surface wear. A solid and attractive copy.

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        Unsigned Autograph Letter to 'My Dearest brother', the Scottish judge Lord HALTON, (John Maitland, 1616-1682, Secretary for Scotland 1660-1680, 1st Duke, the 'L' of 'CABAL')

      1677 - [Haltoun, Hatton] (Sir Charles Maitland, c. 1620-1691, from 1682 3rd Earl of Lauderdale), as 'His Majesty's Treasurer Depute in Scotland', with transcription, saying that yesterday he received "the letter which the Lords of Councell" in Scotland "were pleas'd to write to me, with the inclosed for the King [not present] which his Majestie was well pleased with, & hath ordered Robin Murray to be sent prisoner by sea. On saterday you shall know the name of the vessell. The witnesses shall also come. On monday God willing I shall begin my journey And by saterday come sennet [one week] after, being the 14 July I hope to be at Lethington. Next post yew shall heare againe . Adieu", address panel with his seal bearing the arms of Scotland within the garter, 1 side 4to and address on conjugate leaf, Whitehall, (Thursday) 28th June dusty, else good including seal impression (Transcription) Whitehall, 28th June Yesterday I received the letter wch the Lords of Councell were pleas'd to write to me, with the inclosed for the King [not present] wch his Maj.tie was well pleased with, & hath ordered Robin Murray to be sent prisoner by sea. On saterday you shall know the name of the vessell. The witnesses shall also come. On monday God willing I shall begin my journey And by saterday come sennet after, being the 14 July I hope to be at Lethington. Next post yew shall heare againe. So with my service to all friends My dearest brother Adieu. Robin Murray is, no doubt, the Robert Murray, imprisoned in England twice in 1677, 'first for "defamation of his majesty and his government" and then more vaguely "in order to his being sent into Scotland to be tried there according to law for several crimes". On both occasions King's Bench bailed him rather than allow his deportation'. (Paul D. Halliday, Habeas Corpus: from England to Empire, 2010, p. 236). The present letter suggests that Lauderdale, whose oversight of Scotland, through his brother when he was in England, was growing daily more oppressive, had gone directly to Charles II to secure Murray's deportation. Lauderdale's brother Charles took his title from the estate of Haltoun, 8 miles west of Edinburgh, acquired through his wife, when he was made a lord of session in 1669, although devoid of legal training or experience as a judge. Murray's case arose out of the French-Dutch War, 1672-1678. Louis XVI wanted to convert the Dutch Republic to Catholicism; his allies, including Great Britain, joined in for reasons of trade. In 1674 Great Britain made a separate peace with the Dutch, but several regiments, including that in which the future Duke of Marlborough was serving, remained in the French service. On 19th May 1675 a Royal Proclamation ordered all such to return home. It was a dead letter. Recruiting, levying and impressment by Colonels of regiments and Captains of companies, especially in Ireland and Scotland, continued. In January 1677, one Harriot was part of a load shipped under harsh duress from Edinburgh to Ostend, where he and others were freed by the Spanish governor. Back in London, he was recommended by the Spanish Ambassador's secretary to one John Harrington, in whose chamber he met Murray and told him his story. Harrington took him to see Lord Cavendish and other MPs, and Murray, according to Harriot, passed his story on to the Duke of Hamilton. Murray also warned Harriot to avoid Lauderdale, the Secretary for Scotland. (In 1672, Lauderdale had put Murray, a Scottish laird, in irons; Murray had not been in Scotland since). In March 1677, Harrington was brought before the King and his Council. The supplying of men to Louis XIV reflected on Lauderdale. The King, whose was always ambiguous towards France, sat stony-faced. When Harrington refused to name the MPs he had consulted, the Council committed him to the Tower for contempt. Murray too was arrested and imprisoned on 14th March. On Friday 17th March 1677, the Commons resolved that people who continued to supply the French with t

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        L'Art de fortifier, de défendre et d'attaquer les places

      French-German Bilingual Edition, illustrated with 71 plates and a table of fortification. Full vellum antique ivory. Smooth back adorned with triple blind fillets, title and author pen. boards framed triple blind fillets; traces of clasps. All slices blue. Six small leather bookmarks that time. Bookplate Bavarian time. Back split with a small lack the entire length. A slightly cracked joint (1.5 cm). A small ink stain on the back cover. Pages evenly and lightly browned. Contreplat first victim of a work to. In addition to its illustration, the main interest of the book is to confront (Italian and Spanish German French, Dutch,,) European methods of fortifications and defenses at a time when we attended in Europe to new theories that deeply remaniaient those of antiquity on which they had previously supported. Jesuit and mathematician, has Dechales weilds his erudition in many areas (Professor navigation, military engineering, mathematics) in all disciplines in the vicinity of mathematics, including music. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! S.n. Franckfurt 1677 in-12 (8,5x14cm) (10p.) (1f.bl.) (12p.) 851pp. (49p.) relié

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        Opera Posthuma, WITH Arcana Atheismi Revelata (Secrets of Atheism Revealed)

      Published by [Amsterdam, Jan Rieuwertsz], 1677 First Edition. Frans Kuyper's scarce refutation of Spinoza's "Tractatus Politicus" - Complete with errata. Bound with a complete copy of Spinoza's opus, Opera Posthuma(Præfationem,The Ethics. the Tractatus Politicus, the Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione, Epistolae, & ad eas responsiones, Compendium Grammatices Linguae Hebraeae with errata). Both works bound in one, contemporary stiff vellum binding. Numerous contemporary owner notes in Latin. Binding with usual rubbing, top edge dust stained with age, else a very nice, sound, and internally clean copy.********Opera Posthuma comes up at auction frequently enough, but Arcana Atheismi is a ghost. This is the only copy to appear in any auction or sales records since 1860 and just 3 copies are listed on OCLC interred in Dutch libraries. A true rarity of Spinoza collecting.*************Frans Kuyper was a Dutch Socinian Christian – I won't go into the details of their beliefs, but as seen throughout Christianity, disagreements about all manner of theological minutiae would result in various offshoot sects. He also owned a printing house in Amsterdam and partook in the assault of Spinoza as an atheist in Arcana Atheismi.*** "Spinoza's atheism was mainly deduced from his comments in the Tractatus theologico politicus on the identity of God's will and intellect, and from his identification of the power of God and the power of Nature. As Spinoza's detractors increased their output and musings, it became generally agreed that Baruch was an atheist. An atheist who had covered up his feelings through the contortions of his writings and had to be revealed as soon as possible. Kuyper's contribution to the assault was direct – Arcana Atheismi Revelata, or Secrets of Atheism Revealed." (Van Bunge)***

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        Les médecins à la censure

      chez Louis Gontier : 1677 : Paris : 12mo: ã6 A-2G8,4 2H6, 192 leaves, pp. [12] 370 [2], last page blank, typographic device on title signed 'DF', woodcut headpieces and initials. : A dialogue between Cariste, a cleric and advocate, Cleante, a gentleman, and Sosandre, a well known doctor. The lawyer and gentleman throw a series of objections to medicine at Sosandre who defends his profession. Bezançon insists this is not an apologia for medicine, the reader must see for himself if Sosandre's replies are reasonable. In the seventh conversation Bezançon quotes the preface to Tartuffe, to show that Molière's condemnation of the profession was no more than comic licence.Apparently a doctor himself, Bezançon wrote another polemic Les medecine pretendüe reformée (Paris, 1683) and a more strictly medical work Nouveau traité des fièvres (Paris, 1690). He is not noticed by Hoefer, Bayle and Thillaye, or Hirsch.Dedicated to Louise Henriette de Cominge, Comtesse de Grandpré.

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        L' Asia

      1677. Carta geografica del continente, in bella e particolare coloritura coeva. Inserita in "Mercurio geografico overo Guida Geografica in tutte le parti del Mondo conforme le Tavole Geografiche del Sansone Baudran de Cantelli Data in luce con direttione, e cura di Gio. Giacomo de Rossi nella sua stamperia in Roma alla Pace all'insegna di Parigi con Priu: del S. Pont" edita a Roma alla fine del '600

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        Symbolorum et emblematum centuriae quatuor. Quarum prima stirpium, secunda amimalium quadrupedium, tertia volatilium et insectium, quarta aquatilium et reptilium. Rariores proprietates Historias ac sententias memorabiles non pauces breviter exponit.

       Moguntiae (Mainz), L. Bourgeat, Academia Bipliopolae 1677. Ultima editio. kl.-8

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        Astronomia of hemel-loop-kunde, . . .Amsterdam, Joannes Loots, 1702. With engraved frontispiece, 13 numbered folding engraved plates and 63 pages of letterpress tables with 5 part-titles.With:(2) SLIKKER, Dirk Jacobsen. Klaar bewys over het onmogelyk der Oost en West-vinding, . . .Amsterdam, Joannes Loots for the author, 1703. With 4 folding engraved plates. Incomplete: 4 text leaves removed.(3) LUCHTENBURG, Andreas van. Mathematice, astronomice, en theologice aanmerkingen, over d'eeuwige en volmaakte tafels van de sons cirkel, . . . Delft, Henrik van Kroonevelt, 1699. With a folding letterpress table. 3 works in 1 volume. 4to. Contemporary calf, with the boards recovered in old mottled tanned sheepskin.

      - Ad 1: Bierens de Haan 3356; STCN (3 copies); ad 2: Bierens de Haan 4341; STCN (2 copies); WorldCat & KVK (6 copies); ad 3: Vander Aa XI, p. 693; Arrenberg, Naamreg., p. 265; Bibliogr. Adversaria IV, p. 84; Bierens de Haan 2894; WorldCat & KVK (this copy only); not in STCN. First and only editions of three rare and interesting Dutch mathematical and astronomical works, one known only from the present copy and an 18th century reference. Ad 1: An astronomical work with information on the orbits of the sun, moon and planets, the positions of the stars and dates of solar and lunar eclipses. It includes new calculations of the orbit of Mercury, based on the work of the famous astronomers Petrus Gassendus and Hevelius making use of data from its 1677 transit of the sun. An appendix gives instructions for constructing various astronomical dials for calculating the positions of the moon and planets and the times and extents of eclipses. Ad 2: A fascinating work challenging the possibility of calculating longitude at sea, whether using the position of the moon, a pendulum clocks, an hourglass or the magnetic declination. Determination of longitude was one of the greatest problems of the science of navigation and Slikker argues that the problem is insolvable. While not literally true it proved impractical for navigators until John Harrison in England developed an accurate marine chronometer, described in a 1767 publication. Measuring the exact position of the moon proved too difficult for most navigators with simple instruments. Ad 3: Only copy located of an astronomical and astrological work on the calculation of the orbit of the sun and its position in the twelve constellations: it was known to Arrenberg in 1788 but the 19th-century references may have known his description or the present copy (then in the Royal Library in Berlin). Luchtenburg (active ca. 1684-1706) taught astronomy, geography and navigation in Rotterdam. In the present work he criticizes calculations published in almanacs for the year 1699. With stamp of the Royal Library in Berlin and the bookplate of the Mexican bibliophile José G. Herrera Alcala. Ad 2 incomplete (pp. 145-152 have been torn out) and the plates in ad 1 and folding table (with a tear repaired) in ad 3 slightly browned. Otherwise a good copy. The binding is worn.

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        Annales Eclesiásticos y Seculares de la Muy Noble y Muy leal Ciudad de Sevilla, Metropoli de la Andaluzía, que contienen sus más principales memorias desde el año de 1246 en que emprendió conquistarla del poder de los moros, el Rey S. Fernando III de Castilla y León, hasta el de 1671, en que la Católica Iglesia le concedió el culto

      Imprenta Real, Madrid 1677 - formato folio. frontis, 10 h. 818 p. falto de portada y 1 hoja de la introducción. últimas hojas con pequeña marca de polilla restaurada sin afectar al texto. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sermons Pour le Caresme, où Toutes les Parties de chaque Evangile sont comprises & rapportées à un point principal. (Par le Pere Louis Maimbourg, de la Compagnie de Jesus. Seconde Partie. Seconde Édition Avec Privilege de sa Majesté)

      Paris: Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, Imprimeur du Roy. Very Good- with No dust jacket as issued. 1677. 2nd. Leather Bound. Original brown leather binding is worn, base of spine chipped off level with text block, top intact. 1 1/2 inch crack in leather base back edge of spine (still feels solid). Corners a little bumped. Appears to be water stained top fore corner extending most of the way through text block with some rippling, no sign of mold. A couple of ink spots on page 457 ; A tight solid book, inner hinges still intact. Five headbands on spine, 4 of the sections have gilt design, second down is printed Sermons du PMAIM, below, barely legible can be seen an O, a space then a 2, possibly VOL 2. Marbled endpapers with an old sticker with the words Maison des RR. PP. Oblats, Montreal, initials on first blank page. More modern stamp on title page for the Oblate Father's Library Pincher Creek, Alta. (Alberta). [4] Bl., 514 S., [7] Bl. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 514 pages; "Privilege du Roy - Par Lettres Patentes du Roy données à Saint Germain en Laye le 7. jour de Septembre 1670 signées Guitonneau, & scellées du grand Sceau de cire jaune, il est permis au Pere Louis Maimbourg, Religieux de la Compagnie de Jesus, de faire imprimer par tel Imprimeur qu'il voudra, les Sermons qu'il a composé pour le Caresme, les Dimanches, & les Festes principales de l'année, où les parties de chaque Evangile sont comprises, & rapportées à un point principal, lesquels ont esté veûs, leûs, & approuvées par le sieur Morel Docteur en la faculté de Theologie, & ce durant le temps & espace de dix années: avec défense à toutes personnes d'imprimer, ou faire imprimer lesdits Sermons sans le consentement dudit Pere, sous les peines portées par lesdites Lettres. Et ledit Reverend Pere Louis Maimbourg a cedé au sieur Sebastien Mabre Cramoisy, Imprimeur du Roy, le Privilege cy-dessus. Registré sur le Livre des Librairies & Imprimeurs de Paris le premier Décembre 1671. Achevé d'imprimer pour la premiére fois le 15. Décembre 1671." This is the second edition, published 6 years after the first. Louis Maimbourg's histories and his belief that the Roman Catholic church in France should maintain some independence from papal control put him out of favor with the Catholic church. This is a very scarce book. .

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        Deleytar aprovechando, por el maestro. A la Excelentissima señora doña María de los Remedios y la Cueva, condesa de Fuensalida y Virreyna de Navarra

      Madrid, Juan García Infançon 1677 - 4º (14,5 x 20,4 cm) 6 h. inc. port., 337 fols., 1 h. de colofón. Plena piel del XX, doble filete en planos, lomo con nervios, hierros. Primera edición con cambio de portada, colofón con fecha de 1635. Rara. Contiene: la patrona de las musas, p. 8-69 El colmenero diuino, h. 72-90 Los triunfos de la verdad, h. 91-177 Los hermanos parecidos, h. 177-192 El vandolero, h. 192-315 [i.e. 309] No le arriendo la ganancia, h. 312-328. Portada y colofón con refuerzos marginales sin afectar texto. Papel algo amarronado. “En Deleytar aprovechando Tirso de Molina saca a la luz un conjunto heterogéneo de obras con el que nos confirma el sesgo que toma su producción literaria. Si leída al azar entre el conjunto de obras tirsianas, Deleytar aprovechando se nos manifiesta como obra de sentido atípico, observada en el proceso evolutivo de su escritura, aparecerá como ruptura y retorno simultáneamente. Ruptura por lo que supone abandono casi definitivo de los escenarios, y retorno en la vuelta a los orígenes, tanto ideológicos como temáticos, de su literatura.” [La miscelánea en Deleytar aprovechando. Reflejo de una coyuntura tirsiana. José Miguel Oltra] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Symbolorum et emblematum centuriae quatuor. Quarum prima stirpium, secunda amimalium quadrupedium, tertia volatilium et insectium, quarta aquatilium et reptilium. Rariores proprietates Historias ac sententias memorabiles non pauces breviter exponit.

      Moguntiae (Mainz), L. Bourgeat, Academia Bipliopolae 1677. - Ultima editio. kl.-8°. 4 Bll., 201 S; 1 Bl., 204; 204, 201 S. 1 w. Bl. Mit zusammen 400 num. halbseitigen, emblematischen Kupferstichen im Rund v. Hans Sibmacher. Pgmt. d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit. Das Frontisp. fehlt., Tit. m. hs. Besitzvermerk. Schönes Exemplar. Landwehr 171; Praz 296; Henkel-Schöne S. CLXXXII (and. Ausg.); Nissen, ZBI 793; vgl. Brunet I, 1513; vgl. Graesse II, 25;

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        The Countrey Justice: Containing the Practice of the Justices of the Peace Out of Their Sessions . . . To which is now added, The Duty and Power of Justices of Peace in their Sessions [and] An Abridgment . . . of all Statutes [so] relating [etc.]. Wing D147

      A late 17th century edition of the pre-eminent work on justices of the peace for well over a century, first published in 1618 and ultimately appearing in at least 20 editions by 1790, this edition the first to consider the justices in session. The copy of Daniel Fleming (himself a noted country justice), with his ownership signature, shelf mark, and frequent markings and notations. Printed by G. Sawbridge, T. Roycroft, and W. Rawlins [etc.], London, 1677.

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        LArchitecture Navale

      

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        OPERUM P.[ublii] OVIDII NASONIS editio nova, accurante NICOLAO HEINSIO DAN. FIL.

      Amsterdam Elzevier 1677 - 2 (weiße) Blätter, 6 Blätter (incl. je einem gestochenen und einem typographischen Titel), 268 Seiten (incl. einem weiteren typographischen Titel), 4 (weiße) Blätter + 292 Seiten (incl. typographischem Titel) + 2 (weiße) Blätter, 309 Seiten (incl. typographischem Titel), 3 (weiße) Blätter. Drei Pergamentbände der Zeit, jeweils mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen geheftet, sowie handschriftlichen Rückentiteln. (12,1 x 6,8 cm, bzw. 11,5 x 6,3 cm; Buchblöcke (I:) 1,5 cm; (II:) 1,6 cm; (III:) 1,7 cm) 12°. Vergl. Bérard S. 60 [zu den Ausgaben von 1629 und 1661]. Pieters 447 auf S. 308 ("Voyez à l'année 1652, N° 175". [dort heißt es:] "Édition médiocre comme celles du même format, typis Danielis, de 1664 et 1676. Elles ont toutes les trois: le 1er tome 268 pp., le 2d 292, et le 3e 309, titres compris. Le tome 1er a en sus 6 ff. prélimin. y compris un frontispice gravé outre le titre imprimé. On trouve souvent les 3 tomes réunies en un vol."). Siennicki S. 38. Willems 1522 ("Troisième édition elzevirienne de ce format, reproduisant page pour page la précédente de 1664."). Winterthur 763. Vergl. Brunet V, 1732. Goldsmid III, 9. Rahir 1650 ("Le frontispice est daté 1677."). Berghman 2104. Copinger 3442 ("Frontis. d. 1677."). Drouot (1946) 376. Kraus 134 [das Mortimer-Schiff-Exemplar !]. Vergl. Phiebig 89 [Bestandteil eines Konvolutes.]. EHC 24.1676.Ovi.00 T01 - T03. Weddigen 084. Ebert 15366 ("1658 - 61 (od. 1662) . Durchgehend neue Ueberarbeitung seiner Rec. von 1652 nach neuen Hülfsmitteln. Von den Sammlern der Elzev. Drucke weniger gesucht, als die von 1629, aber in wissenschaftl. Hinsicht ihr weit vorzuziehen. Die sehr zahlreichen Noten können zu Endes jedes Bdes befindlich seyn oder auch 3 besondere Bde für sich bilden. Der Kupfertit. zu Anfang des 1ten Th. trägt das Jahr 1662, aber der gedruckte Titel dieses Bdes ist von 1658, der des 2n von 1659 und der des 3n von 1661. - Wiederholungen des Textes Amst., Elzev., 1664, 24. 3 Bde ib., id., 1676, 12. 3 Bde."). Vergl. Dibdin II, 267 [zu den Ausgaben von 1629 u. 1661]. Schweiger 631. Die drei zeitgenössischen Pergamentbände mit größeren Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, der zweite Band im Block noch recht fest, jedoch fast vollständig vom Einband gelöst, stellenweise alle Bände auch innen etwas fleckig und/ oder gebräunt, zahlreiche, bis auf die Seitenzahl unbedruckte, rechte obere Ecken fehlen im zweiten Band (Seite 280 ff bis zum Schluß), sowie die fliegenden Vorsätze und ev. weiße Blätter, der dritte Band im vorderen Außengelenk angebrochen, in allen Bänden finden sich Wurmspuren. Alle Einbände auch etwas verzogen und auch die Innenspiegel mit Erhaltungsmängeln. Die typographischen Titel lauten, leicht abweichend, auf Blatt 2 im ersten Teilband: "PUBLII OVIDII NASONIS OPERUM TOMUS I. Scripta Amatoria complexus. NICOLAUS HEINSIUS D. F. infinitis locis castigavit ad fidem scriptorum exemplarium. [Druckermarke "Minerva", Rahir gibt "M. 20" an, es ist aber Berghman (Études) "Marque 8" in allen 3 Exemplaren !] AMSTELODAMI, Ex Officina Elseviriana. MDCLXXVI (1676)." Auf Blatt 7 im ersten Teilband erneut ein, wieder leicht abweichender, typographischer Titel: "PUBLII OVIDII NASONIS OPERUM TOMUS I. Quo quæ contineantur, versa pagella indicat. [Druckermarke "Minerva".] AMSTELODAMI, Ex Officina Elseviriana. MDCLXXVI (1676)." + "PUBLII OVIDII NASONIS OPERUM TOMUS II. Qui XV. Metamorphoseon, sive Transformationum, libros continet. [Druckermarke "Minerva".] AMSTELODAMI, Ex Officina Elseviriana. MDCLXXVI (1676)." + "PUBLII OVIDII NASONIS OPERUM TOMUS III. In quo Fastorum Lib. VI. Tristium V. De Ponto IV. Diræ in Ibin, &c. [Druckermarke "Minerva".] AMSTELODAMI, Ex Officina Elseviriana. MDCLXXVI (1676)." Außer den Druckermarken und einer Schmuckinitiale im ersten Band fällt nur noch folgendes an Buchschmuck in den einzelnen Bänden auf: In Band 1 das fleuron Rahir 72 auf Blatt 3 und die Schlußvignette (Rahir 90) auf Seite 309 im dritten Band. Keine sehr dekorative Ausgabe, aber offensichtlich ist

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        Les médecins à la censure

      chez Louis Gontier : 1677 : Paris : 12mo: ã6 A-2G8,4 2H6, 192 leaves, pp. [12] 370 [2], last page blank, typographic device on title signed 'DF', woodcut headpieces and initials. : A dialogue between Cariste, a cleric and advocate, Cleante, a gentleman, and Sosandre, a well known doctor. The lawyer and gentleman throw a series of objections to medicine at Sosandre who defends his profession. Bezançon insists this is not an apologia for medicine, the reader must see for himself if Sosandre's replies are reasonable. In the seventh conversation Bezançon quotes the preface to Tartuffe, to show that Molière's condemnation of the profession was no more than comic licence.Apparently a doctor himself, Bezançon wrote another polemic Les medecine pretendüe reformée (Paris, 1683) and a more strictly medical work Nouveau traité des fièvres (Paris, 1690). He is not noticed by Hoefer, Bayle and Thillaye, or Hirsch.Dedicated to Louise Henriette de Cominge, Comtesse de Grandpré.

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        Exercitatio anatomico-medica de glandulis intestinorum, earumque usu & affectionibus : cui subjungitur Anatome ventriculi gallinacei.

      Schaffhausen: Onophrius a Waldkirch, 1677. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (150x94 mm), [28], 136, [6] pp. Separate half-title for the second text, 3 folding engraved plates, 3 leaves of plate explanations (possible cut and separated from one leaf) bound next to plates within text, title-page somewhat creased and with small tear to top margin not affecting text. Only little browned, otherwise clean and unmarked. Without cover (paper strip to spine). Good copy of an exceedingly rare work. ----ADB XXV, 568; Garrison-Morton 1100; Waller 7359; Hirsch-Hubotter IV, 550 - FIRST EDITION. During the period when Peyer and his associates were conducting their research in Schaffhausen, the chemical processes governing digestion were unknown. In the present book, Peyer described what has come to be called "Peyer's patches," the lymphoid follicles in the small intestine that play a role in typhoid fever. Extremely rare: 9 copies located in OCLC. One copy with the same number of plates sold at Sotheby's in 2001 (Friedman Medical Library sale) for $13,200. Erstes und wohl folgenreichstes Werk des Schweizer Mediziners Peyer (1653-1712), in der er die 'Noduli lymphatici aggregatii' des menschlichen Dünndarmes beschrieb, die er irrtümlich fur Drüsen hielt. Dieser Irrtum hielt sich bis in die Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts, als Brucke den lymphatischen Charakter der vermeintlichen Drüsen erkannte. Obwohl schon 1645 Marco Aurelio Severino diese Strukturen beschrieben hatte, sind sie bis heute in der Medizin als "Peyersche Platten" bekannt. Very Good.

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        Nouvelle relation en forme de journal, d'un voyage fait en Egypte. En 1672. & 1673

      First edition, rare and precious. Full Sheepskin brown time. Back tooled raised. Epidermis together. Lacks the joints head cover; and tail to the upper joint. A dull corner. Important relationship for the western KNOWLEDGE Egypt. Vansleb, German philologist and theologian, began serving Colbert for a proposed trip to Ethiopia, but it never went further than Egypt, where he spent 20 months to observe and collect information, multiplying excursions and trips . Vansleb never returns to the descriptions that have already been made by others (the pyramids), aware of its readers deliver entirely new information. If this is not the first relationship on Egypt, this is the first of a man long resident in the country; anyway it is one of the first, but the first in this way. The author had already made a first time in Egypt, he had pulled a narration in Italian, but it did not have that knowledge of Arabic which allows him contact with the population, and it was not remained in the country. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Estienne Michallet à Paris 1677 in-12 (8,5x15,5cm) (16) 423pp. (17) relié

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        The primitive origination of mankind

      printed by William Godbid, for William Shrowsbery : 1677 : London : Folio: a4 b2 B-3B4 3C2, 104 leaves, pp. [12] 380, including the blank a1. Woodcut diagrams on pp. 119 and 123. : An important precursor of Malthus, Hale was the first to use the expression 'Geometrical Proportion' for the growth of a population. He believed that natural calamities periodically reduce the populations of animals, so maintaining a balance of nature (Garrison-Morton). Hale's work is also celebrated for his humanist approach to psychiatry (Hunter and MacAlpine). This was the first of Hale's scientific works, written in the 1660s. Hale occasionally performed experiments, but his main approach was to suggest mechanistic explanations of phenomena presented in the existing literature (Alan Cromartie in ODNB).This good large copy, with a fine impression of the portrait of Hale, was presented to Hale's fellow lawyer at Lincoln's Inn, Edward Webbe. The presentation inscription is by the publisher, William Shrewsbury, perhaps acting on Hale's instructions before his death the previous year. Shrewsbury had published Hale's Contemplations moral and divine in 1677 whch proved to be one of his best sellers. Webbe matriculated at Balliol College, Oxford, aged 17, on 17 July 1663 and is recorded as a barrister-at-law at Lincoln's Inn in 1673.In 1880 the book belonged to one E. W. Edwards of Wells, Somerset, who had it repaired by a local bookbinder for 4s. Besides the invoice he kept a letter from a friend who had helped him getting the binding work done, who writes: 'Any other of your old Library I hope you will also have repaired. These old volumes are now in very few hands & should be well cared for & preserved.' The book later belonged to James Stevens-Cox, F.S.A. (1910-1997), who is characterised by Robert Harding in Maggs' catalogue of his library - mostly of theology - as 'a bibliophile and antiquary by inclination, an all-round eccentric by nature, and, by turns, a hairdresser, antiquarian bookseller and finally, publisher by profession'.

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        [Sammelband of three works, two in Latin and one in English.] I. Clavis mathematica denuo limata... Editio tertia auctior & emendatior. [Bound as issued with:] Elementi decimi Euclidis declaratio: de solidis regularibus tractatus. [And with:] Theorematum in libris Archimedis de sphaera & cylindro declaratio. [And with:] Horologiorum sciotericorum in plano: geometricè solùm, Sine calculo trigonometrico delineandorum, modus facillimus. Oxford: L. Lichfield, sold by T. Robinson, 1652. II. Opuscula mathematica. Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1677. III. The circles of proportion and the horizontal instrument &c....; translated into English and set forth for the publique benefit by W[illiam] F[orster]; and now by the authors consent, revised ... by A[rthur] H[aughton]. Oxford: W. Hall for R. Davis, 1660.

      1652; 1677; 1660. A remarkable sammelband containing the bulk of Oughtred's published works, with the exception of his Mathematical recreations. Oughtred (1574-1660) was one of the most important and influential mathematicians of the first half of the seventeenth century and was much admired by Newton, who described him as "a man whose judgment (if any man's) may be safely relied upon" (Correspondence III, 364). Oughtred "exercised a formative influence on a host of young men with a mathematical bent, alike at the university level and at the instrument maker's bench" (Taylor, Practitioners, p. 192). One of Oughtred's pupils, William Forster, visited him at his rectory at Albury, Surrey in 1630, and persuaded him to let him translate and publish his Latin treatises. Ad I. Third and best edition of Oughtred's most important work, edited by John Wallis, with three further treatises published here for the first time (or the first time in Latin for the last). Clavis mathematicae (The key of the mathematics now forged and filed in the English edition, 1647) was first published as Arithmeticae in numeris in 1631 and contained all that was then known in arithmetic and algebra. Both popular and hugely influential, both in England and on the Continent, the Clavis was translated into English in 1647 by Robert Wood and as late as 1694 a new translation by Halley was published. It was here that Oughtred introduced the signs x for multiplication and :: for proportion, along with many other signs and abbreviations which have not been adopted, though in a number of cases his lead has been followed and similar symbols have become standard. The second part of the main work, 'De aequationum affectarum resolution in numeris,' treats the approximate numerical solution of polynomial equations by a method which goes back to Viète and of which the modern 'Newton-Raphson' method is a further development. After two geometrical tracts, here in their first editions, the work concludes with a more practical treatise on laying out sundials by geometry (this was first printed in English in 1647 with the translation of the Clavis). Ad II. First edition. Although, according to Aubrey, Oughtred burnt "a world of papers" just before his death in 1660, he also left behind a great number of papers on mathematical subjects; and, in most of his Greek and Latin mathematical books there were found notes in his own handwriting, with an abridgment of almost every proposition and demonstration in the margin. These came into the hands of Sir Charles Scarborough (1616-94), first physician to Charles II, who prepared those which were suitable to be printed for the university press. The resulting collection, Opuscula Mathematica hactenus inedita, contains the following pieces: 1. Institutiones mechanics. 2. De variis corporum generibus gravitate et magnitudine comparatis. 3. Automata. 4. Questiones Diophanti Alexandrini, libri tres. 5. De triangulis planis rectangulis. 6. De divisione superficierum. 7. Musicae elementa. 8. De propugnaculorum munitionibus. 9. Sectiones angulares. Ad III. Second edition of the first manual for the slide-rule - the every-day pocket calculating device of scientists and engineers for the next three centuries - invented by Oughtred about 1621. Circles of proportion was first published in 1632-3 and describes the principles of logarithmic scales and the use of the slide-rule in a wide range of applications including astronomical and navigational. The 'circle of proportion' of the title is a circular logarithmic scale with pointers, while the 'horizontal instrument' is a device for laying out sundials on any inclined plane. The rectilinear slide-rule is described at the end of the second part "An addition unto the use of the instrument, called the circles of proportion, for the working of nauticall questions" (this has a separate dated title page, but the pagination and register are continuous). Oughtred was an early proponent of Napier's logarithms (1614), assisting Henry Briggs in the completion of Napier's tables, so it is not surprising that he should have been among those who saw the possibilities of mechanical methods of using logarithms. He was not, however, the first to publish: the circular instrument was described by Oughtred's pupil (and henceforth enemy) Richard Delamain in 1631 and the true slide rule was mentioned by Edmund Wingate, who probably invented it independently but later than Oughtred, in 1630. This second edition was edited by Arthur Haughton who stresses that the changes he has made are with the author's 'advice and appointment.' There is a copy of the first edition in the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford with corrections, said to be in the author's hand, some of which were incorporated into the second edition (see STC 18899, note). Three works in one volume, bound in contemporary yapped vellum (fore-edge of upper cover damaged with some loss, slight wear to other edges, re-cased). 8vo (159 x 104 mm). Clavis: Four parts each with separate title, pp. [xvi (first leaf blank)], 151; [2], 46; [4], 10; [2], 41 [recte 45], [3, first two blank, third with diagram to be cut out and pasted on p. 40], woodcut diagrams in text. ESTC R29067; Macclesfield 218; Wing O574; Madan 2203. Opuscula: Pp. [viii (first leaf blank)], 212 [i.e. 228], [1, errata], with double-page folding table at p. 60 and three folding engraved plates. ESTC R203065; Macclesfield 2289; Wing O586; Madan 3147. Circles: Two parts in one vol., pp. [iv], 254, with eight folding engraved plates (numbered I-V and three unnumbered). Oxford: W. Hall for R. Davis, 1660. ESTC calls for an additional final leaf with vertical half-title; this may represent a variant issue (it is present in only two of the four copies in Cambridge University Library). ESTC R203065; Wing O572; Madan 2513; Taylor 259.

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        Histoire du gouvernement de Venise, avec le supplément; et l'examen de la liberté originaire de Venise

      Chez Frederic Leonard. Edition partly original, rare, much preferable to the original 1676 which contains only the first part; it is thereby significantly increased by major parts. A frontispiece representing the Piazza San Marco in Venice. The 1677 edition contains 3 titles for each section plus an added title summarizing the whole; it is easy to perceive that we find very rarely found these three parts in libraries (see Oxford, Leeds ...) and they most often appear separately. No doubt there hath several editions that date from 1677, of which only the latter contains three parts. Also this year the sphere would suggest that it was printed elsewhere; the third part deals Ratisbone as place of publication and publisher for Jean Aubry. This part contains the Rant Louis Helian, Ambassador of France under Louis XII.Binding in Full Calf glossy brown time. Back to mute nerves decorated with cold wheels on the caps and nerves. Cold nets on the dishes. Good copy.More than a history of Venice, this is a critical study of its institutions and its laws. The book was not well received in Venice where it is burned, diplomatic relations with France soured (Amelot de la Houssaye was secretary of embassy in Venice), and the King of France was more or less forced to deliver the author Bastille (six days) to satisfy Venice. The additional studies and storytelling disputes What would the Republic with Pope Paul V. The third part of the book is a translation of a book of Fra Paolo. The Rant Louis Hélian was pronounced in 1510 before the Emperor Maximilian, she very harshly accuses the Republic of Venice many ailments. Chez Frederic Leonard à Paris 1677 Fort in-12 (7,5x13,8cm) (26) 550pp; (2) ; 237pp; (3) ; (12) 211pp. (39) relié

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        The Reports and Arguments of that Learned Judge Sir John Vaughan Kt. Late Chief Justice of His Majesties Court of Common Pleas. Being All of the Special Cases, and many wherein he Pronounced the Resolution of the whole Court of Common Pleas [etc.]. Wing V130

      Printed by Thomas Roycroft for Richard Marriott [etc.]. First edition of the reports of John Vaughan, made Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in 1668, a friend of Selden's (and one of his executors) and, in Holdsworth's words, "as his reports show, learned in the common and ecclesiastical law". Contemporary calf, a trifle stained, else especially bright and crisp, Daniel Fleming's copy with his bold signature (twice); the Taussig copy. Printed by Thomas Roycroft for Richard Marriott [etc.], London, 1677.

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        L'ART DE NAVIGER DEMONTRE PAR PRINCIPES & CONFIRME PAR PLUSIEURS OBSERVATIONS TIREES DE L'EXPERIENCE.

      Estienne Michallet, Paris 1677 - Title+18 unnumbered pp+264pp+ 46 plates (many folding) +7pp table des matieres+ one large folding plate. Very well bound in contemporary full calf, spine with 5 raised bands.Some expert repairs to head and tail of spine and corners. Title page with five 18th century words writing on top of the page ("Mayo des1757 p.2000") and name of the Spanish (?) artistocrat owner on the lower part (Conde de San Vicente Manuel Carlos del Javora ") Owner' old stamp (with traces of coat of arms) on lower part of the page. Page one with a very small cigarette burn and the same to first page of the Table des Matieres. Rear blank end papers with an old stain of damp, same with the last folding plate. Last pages of the Table des Matieres with some markings. RICHLY ILLUSTRATED WITH FIGURES AND DRAWINGS. VERY RARE FIRST EDITION. MOSTLY VERY CLEAN AND FRESH COPY. SHIPPING AIR MAIL WORLDWIDE INCLUDED. Size: 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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