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        L'homme de Rene Descartes, et la Formation du Foetus; Avec les Remarques de Louis de la Forge A quoy l'on a ajoute Le Monde ou Traite de la lu Miere du mesme Autheur

      Michel Bobin & Nicolas le Gras, Paris 1677 - "Seconde Edition, 1677. Full leather, raised bands, gilt title and decorations at spine, clean unmarked text, illustrated, 511 pp. + "Table", Very Good copy, old bookplate on front pastedown, small ink notation on the verso of the flyleaf, some foxing and soiling to the text, some wear to the covers with loss to the tips and edges, some cracking to the leather at the spine, some soil/discoloration to the covers too. Text in French. A rare book. Our copy housed in protective glassine. Descartes considered the human body a material machine, directed by a rational soul located in the pineal body. This book was the first attempt to cover the whole field of "animal physiology." The work is really a physiological appendix to his Discourse on method, 1637, first appeared in full in 1664, this time in French. This is the corrected second edition from 1677. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA]
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        Experimenta et considerationes de coloribus.

      Genf, de Tournes, 1677. - . ceu initium historiae experimentalis de coloribus. 4°. (10 Bl.), 168 S., (4 Bl.). Dekorativer Halblederbd. d. 18. Jahrhunderts mit RSch. und floraler Rückenvergoldung (oberes Kapital minimal berieben). Tadellos erhaltenes Exemplar der schönen Quartausgabe (fünfter lateinischer Druck), dessen englische Originalausgabe erstmals 1663 erschien. - Fulton 62 a: 'The treatise on 'Colours' ranks in importance with the 'Spring and Weight of the Air' and the 'Usefulness'. It deals with a large variety of phenomena and contains many generalizations which were subsequently adopted by Newton in his memorable treatise on 'Optics'. Boyle was the first to record that certain vegetables extracts, e.g. lignum nephriticum, change colour when the solution is made acid of changed from acid to alkali. In so doing, he gave to the world the first account of those important substances now well known to the chemist as 'indicators'. He also mentions the iridecence of metallic films and soap bubbles, and describes snowblindness. - Innenspiegel und Vorsätze gering leimschattig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH]
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        Cosmography in four books containing the chrography and history of the whole world: and all the principal kingdoms, provinces, seas, and isles thereof.

      - London, printed by A.C. for P. Chetwind and A. Seile, 1677.Folio. 4 volumes in 1. Folio. Contemporary mottled calf. With engraved title-page (London, Anne Seile, 1669) and 4 double-page maps of the continents. (8),303; (222); 230; 154; (46) pp.* First published in 1652; with armorial bookplate of Philip Monoux . - With Appendix on the endeavor to discover Terra Australis Incognita, or the Southern continent. This curious discourse on Terra Australis describes its supposed immense size to be as large as Europe, Asia and Africa (Cox II, p.339). The fine maps depict Europe, Asia, Africa and America with California as an island. - (Age-browned).

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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        The PORTUGAL HISTORY: or, A Relation of the Troubles that happened in the Court of PORTUGAL In the Years 1667 and 1668. In which is to be seen that great Transaction of the Renunciation of the Crown by Alphonso the Sixth, the Dissolution of his Marriage with the Princess Maria Frances Isabella of Savoy: The Marriage of the same Princess to the Prince Don Pedro Regent of the Realm of Portugal, and the Reasons alledged at Rome for the Dispensation thereof.

      Printed for Richard Tonson,, London: 1677 - Headpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. Per the ESTC, "apparently this work a translation of "Relation des Troubles Arrivez dans la Cour de Portugal" by Michel Blouin de la Piquetierre. This work has also attributed to Samuel Pepys, but the attribution is doubtful." However, this being said & for what it's worth, we do note "S.P., Esq." on the title-page and the fact a copy resides in Pepys' library at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Scarce in the trade, with ABPC showing 1993 as the last time at auction. Modern bookplate. Period pos to t.p. top margin. Minor worming to gutter, B1 - E3. Occasional faint pencil notes. A respectable VG copy. Period full dark brown calf binding with modern respining to style, with maroon leather title label [chip to lower right corner]. Red speckled edges. 8vo: A^2 (-A1, imprimatur leaf) B - L^8 M^4 N - Z^8. 6-3/4" x 4-1/4". 1st edition (Wing B-3295C). [2], 168, 177 - 319, [1(blank)], 317 - 347, [1 (blank)] [= 346] pp. 'P' gathering [pp. 209 - 224] misnumbered '109 - 115, 114 - 115, 118 - 119, 118 - 119, 122 - 123, 122'. Printed glosses. 15 line publisher advert under 'Finis', p. 347. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        AN ACCOUNT OF SEVERAL TRAVELS THROUGH A GREAT PART OF GERMANY: In Four Journeys. I. From Norwich to Colen. II. From Colen to Vienna. III. From Vienna to Hamburg. IV. From Colen to London. Wherein the Mines, Baths, and Other Curiosities of Those Parts Are Treated Of. Illustrated with Sculptures.

      Printed for Benj. Tooke., London 1677 - Wing B5109. Sm. 4to. (4),179pp. Plus 1 page of publisher's ads. Illustrated with 6 copper engraved plates (3 are double-page & 1 with an old repair). Modern antiqued boards, paper label on front cover. Title and final leaf a bit browned. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        Pepys orders the commander of the Royal Yacht <i>Katharine </i>to transport a regiment to relieve another stationed on the Island of Guernsey, <i>"after you are Discharged from your Attendance on his Royall Person at Southampton"</i>

      Document Signed, "Pepys," as Secretary of the Admiralty, 1 page, 7.25" x 11.75", "Admiralty," [London], August 16, 1677, being an order to the commander of the Royal Yacht Katharine. Usual folds, marginal fold tear, horizontal separations and looses repaired on verso and in filled with period paper, light soiling, else very good condition overall. Pepys writes in full (with period spellings retained): "This comes by his Maj[esty's] Special Command to signfie his Pleasure to you, that after you are Discharged from your Attendance on his Royall Person at Southampton, You Repaire to Portsmo[uth] and there receive on Board you two Companyes of Foot of the R[igh]t H[onorabl]e the Early of Bathe his Regiment, consisting of fifty Men in each Company, besides their Officers, and the same transport to ye Island of Guernsey; where having discharged your Selfe of them, you are to take on Board two other Companyes (consisting of the like Numbers of Men and Offi

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        EPITOME DE LAS HISTORIAS PORTUGUESAS [Summary of Portuguese History] divido en Quatro Partes...Adornado de los retratos de sus Reyes con sus principales hazanas

      Brussels: Francisco Foppens, 1677. Hardcover. Good. Allegorical frontispiece of Lusitania ruling over the 4 continents of the world + 21 full page plates of Kings of Portugal with background scenes, naval battles, armies etc. Folio handsome 17th century marbled calf on 6 raised bands spine gilt with floral gilt decorations to compartments & red title label (slightly rubbed). Text in Spanish. Half title on back of frontis + Red and black titlepage with half page coat of arms +[8]p prelims +398pp but lacking final blank. Uniform paper browning and about a dozen leaves with clean marginal tears. Old repairs to half title, titlepage mounted with large corner loss affecting decorated frame of coat of arms and last letters of publishing place & imprint, 2 19th century Belgian library stamps + 2 "case-numbers" to upper corner of titlepage. Large head and tailpieces and decorated initials. *In spite of these faults, text and plates complete in this finely bound early illustated history of the Kingdom of Portugal.

      [Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books]
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        Epistolarum

      Elsevier, Amstelædami 1677 - Volume 1, dated 1677, volume 2 dated, 1676. Complete in 2 volumes, collation,[19]506,434,78pp, 468, 416, 98pp, engraved frontis in volume one, plus another engraved plate. Bound in modern antiquarian style full calf, raised bands, elaborate gilt tooling, inner and outer dentelles, gilt creast on each board, marble endpapers. Bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, previous owners bookplate to fixed endpaper, pages clean throughout. A very nice copy, in very attractive bindings.A62 Size: 8vo

      [Bookseller: George Jeffery Books]
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        A Direction for the English Traviller by which he shall be inabled to coast about all England and Wales.

      John Garrett, South Entrance, Royal Exchange, Corn-hill. 1677 - In mid 19 c brown calf with blind tooling, light shelfwear. Contemporary? spine, a little worn, gilt tooling, titles in gilt to red leather label, edges rubbed. Internally, later endpapers, double page title, two double pages of instructions, folding table of distances with sparse outline colouring, 40 (complete, engraved by Jacob van Langeren) hand coloured double page engraved county maps set within triangular mileage tables (including 3 folding), map of England and Wales (engraved by William Kip), with repaired closed tear, map of Shropshire with repaired margins, slight water staining throughout. Another issue, with 4 added folding plates and altered imprint, of the 1635 edition. (ESTC R219489. Chubb XLVIII. GL King p114. Worms Baynton Williams - p254/352) The printseller John Garrett took over from Thomas Jenner after his death in 1673. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Domus Carthusiana: or an Account of the most Noble Foundation of the Charter-House near Smithfield in London, both before and since the Reformation, with the Life and Death of Thomas Sutton Esq.; the Founder thereof, and his last Will and Testament, to which are added several prayers, fitted for the private devotions and particular occasions of the Ancient Gentlemen etc

      Richard Marriott and Henry Brome 1677 - A very rare first edition written in the same century (the 17th) that Charter-House was established in. Complete with all 3 engraved plates - the frontispiece of Sutton, one of a Carthusian monk and one of the inhabitants at prayer (which acts as second frontispiece - for the Prayers section). In the early 17th Century Sutton was the richest commoner in England and bought Charter-House for £13,000 in the last year of his life to establish a free school for 40 children and a hospital for impoverished gentlemen. He took the name from the order of monks - the Carthusians - who had previously inhabited the place. Pagination - dedication, preface, long poem about Charter-House, contents, 287, errata. All pages checked and all present. Text in good, tight condition, with light age-browning throughout. A very few tiny blank margin holes with no loss of text. A few early inscriptions on the back of the frontispiece, by previous owners Taylor and Dawsons in the 18th and 19th centuries. One annotation on front blank end paper. Pencil sketch of Sutton on reverse of frontispiece. Size approx 7.5 x 4.5 inches. Early leather binding, with gilt arms/coronet on the front, and later leather spine with title in gilt on earlier panel. Binding quite worn, more so at corners, but very secure. A rare opportunity to acquire one of the earliest significant biographies of a prominent Elizabethan. Extra postage will be required for insurance. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brian P. Martin Antiquarian Books]
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        A Commentary on the Prophecy of Malachi

      Oxford - Printed at the Theatre, 1677 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce and importantearly volume bound in decorative, paper covered boards. Edward Pococke (1604-1691) was an English Orientalist and biblical scholar. His most important works were a Lexicon heptaglotton (1669) and English commentaries on Micah (1677), Malachi (1677), Hosea (1685) and Joel (1691). Malachi or Mal&#39;achi was a prophet in the Bible, the Christian Old Testament and Jewish Tanakh. Condition: The binding is fairly firm, although the cords are visible in several places as you might expect from an original paper binding of this period. Both covers and all internal pages are securely attached. There is wear to the extremities, including rubbing to the boards and some slightchips to the spine. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright, apart from the occasional handling mark and very minor brown spot. Overall, this scarce volume is in very good condition..

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        L'ART DE NAVIGER DEMONTRÉ PAR PRINCIPES, & CONFIRMÉ PAR PLUSIEURS OBSERVATIONS TIRÉES DE L'EXPERIENCE.

      Paris: Estienne Michallet, 1677. - [20],274,46,[7]pp. with in-text woodcut illustrations throughout, plus one large folding engraved plate, 19 x 14 3/4 inches. Quarto. Contemporary calf, spine gilt. Boards and spine rubbed and worn, particularly top and bottom of spine and corners. Ink inscription on front board. Contemporary ownership inscription on titlepage. Moderate age-toning. Large folding engraved plate with old reinforcement on verso. Forty-six numbered printed tables (some folding) prior to [7]pp. index. Overall, a good copy. Dechales's scarce introductory navigation manual, with numerous woodcut illustrations and diagrams. Included are sections devoted to basic terminology; principles of the sphere, geometry, and other essentials for navigation; a treatise concerning vessels; and techniques for proper navigation. The preface includes a four-page chronological bibliography of earlier navigation texts, including references to Columbus, Pedro Nuñes, Pedro Medina, Petrus Apianus, and Andrés García de Céspedes. Rare, with only the Macclesfield and Frank Streeter copies having appeared at auction in ABPC in the last thirty years. OCLC locates four copies. BELL D93.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Nouvelle relation en forme de journal, d'un voyage fait en Egypte. En 1672. & 1673.

      Chez Estienne Michallet 1677 - - Chez Estienne Michallet, A Paris 1677, In 12 (8,5x15,5cm), (16) 423pp. (17), relié. - Edition originale, rare et précieuse. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Ensemble épidermé. Manques aux mors en coiffe de tête et de queue pour le mors supérieur. Un coin émoussé. Importante relation pour la connaisance occidentale de l'Egypte. Vansleb, philologue et théologien allemand, se mit au service de Colbert pour un voyage projeté en Ethiopie, mais il n'alla jamais plus loin que l'Egypte, où il passa 20 mois à observer et collecter des informations, multipliant les excursions et voyages. Vansleb ne revient jamais sur les descriptions qui ont déjà été faites par d'autres (les pyramides), conscient de livrer à ses lecteurs des informations entièrement neuves. Si ce n'est pas la première relation sur l'Egypte, c'est la première d'un homme résidant longtemps dans le pays c'est de toutes façons une des premières, mais la toute première de cette façon. L'auteur s'était déjà rendu une première fois en Egypte, il en avait tiré une narration en Italien, mais il ne possédait pas cette connaissance de l'arabe qui lui permet le contact avec la population, et il n'était pas demeuré dans le pays. (16) 423pp. (17) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An account of several travels through a great part of Germany: in four journeys. I. From Norwich to Colen. II. From Colen to Vienna, with a particular description of that imperial city. III. From Vienna to Hamburg. IV. From Colen to London. Wherein the mines, baths, and other curiosities of those parts are treated of. Illustrated with sculptures.

      Benj. Tooke, London 1677 - [Bound with:] Brown, Edward. A brief account of some travels in Hungaria, Servia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Thessaly, Austria, Syria, Carinthia, Carniola, and Gruilki. As also some observations on the gold, silver, copper, quick-silver mines, baths, and mineral waters in those parts: with the figures of some habits and remarkable places (London: Benj. Tooke, 1673). Both are first editions (the first title being a continuation of the second),small 4to, pp. [4], 179, plus one page ads, and pp. [x], 144; 6 engraved plates (3 folding) in Germany and 9 engraved plates (4 folding) in Hungaria; the second title lacking two leaves at the end containing ads and a list of errata and with blank corner torn away in plate at p. 85, but a handsome copy in early eighteenth-century diced calf, supralibros of James Harris, First Earl of Malmesbury, bearing the motto "Je maintiendrai" stamped in gilt on covers, rebacked with most of original spine laid down, red morocco label lettered in gilt, minimal wear overall. "The author was the son of the distinguished physician, Sir Thomas Browne, and like his father was also a physician. As he had recommendations to people of the highest rank and learning, he had opportunities for observation superior to those of the ordinary traveller, who was generally in a hurry. He gives details of the manner of travelling usually omitted by the average man; he describes the sights to be seen in the light of their historical background. The working of the Hungarian and Austrian mines were then practically unknown to England, as were also some of the countries themselves he visited" (Cox I, p. 88). "Reports of these travels undoubtedly led to Newton's famous letter to Francis Aston, of May 18, 1669, on the eve of his departure to the continent. Newton's early chemical interests were certainly stimulated by Browne's reports on the quicksilver mines in Carinthia. Browne's two books are a mine of information on questions which interested early members of the Royal society" (Babson 334). Wing B5109 & B5110; Hoover catalogue 172; Wellcome II, p. 251 (both titles bound together); Osler 4409; Kress S1385 (defective) & S1477; Babson 334 & 335; Cox I, P. 108 (giving incorrect date). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        NAUKEURIGE BESCHRYVING VAN GANTSCH SYRIE, EN PALESTYN OF HEILIGE LANT.

      Amsterdam. Van Meurs 1677 - Small folio 33x20 cms, FULL CONTEMPORARY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY CALF WITH A CENTRAL GILT LOZENGE TO BOTH BOARDS. 2 parts in one volume, half title, engraved title, first title in red and black, viii, 262, vi, ii, 581, vii pages, 38 of 39 maps and plates, plus 34 engravings in the text. (Wanting one plate titled Balhaova- an image of a man inflicting injury to himself).Otherwise a good copy in a contemporary binding. Included is a fine panoramic view of Jerusalem. Photos available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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        LA OBLIGACION PREVENIDA

      - La obligación prevenida. Con su Primera, y Segunda Respuesta a un papel manuscrito de 3 de junio de 1677. En que un moderno da absolútamente por lícito el permisso de las Rameras en los Castillos de Nápoles, y contra otro del mismo Autor, Impreso a los Primeros de Noviembre 1677, con Título de Catánia, en que confirma lo mismo. Dedicada al Serenissimo Señor D. Ivan de Austria.- Puzol (Nápoles), por Gerónimo Fasulo, 1678; en 4º menor pergamino de época, 20 hojas, 146 páginas y 3 hojas. Siguen los siguientes papeles del mismo autor : Noticia de la Iusta, Santa, y Zelosa prohibición Del Libro de Catanea por la Sacra Congregación del Indice contra el Padre Fray Juan del Olmo 14 hojas. Respuesta de D. Anastasio Marcelino Uberte Valaguer al manifiesto intitulado Praefatium adopus, Que le enviaron de Cartagena 2 hojas. Carta, y Respuesta de dos Correspondientes de Madrid, y Roma, sobre los efectos, motivos, y dictámenes de los dos libros de D. Anastasio Marcelino Uberte Valaguer, 4 hojas. Introducción al desempeño de la Obligación Prevenida para mi Primera Respuesta Contra un papel manuscrito, firmado por un Moderno a 3 de junio 1677, en que abla absolutamente aconsejando lícita la Permissión de las Rameras en un Castillo de Nápoles; pues a otro impreso que dice aver sido en Catania con Dedicatoria de 1 de Nobiemb de 1677. Le diré lo que siento en mi Segunda Respuesta no ser del servicio deambas Magestades Divina, y Humana, ni de la Observancia loable de las Premáticas de un Rey no tan ajustado como el de Nápoles.- 146 páginas y 3 hojas. Los 4 primeros impresos los describe Palau en los números 342773, 342777, 342774 y 342775. El último impreso no está descrito por Palau. Todas ellas las escribió el autor contra el franciscano Juan del Olmo en el que defiende el derecho de las rameras de entrar en los castillos en Nápoles.

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        Apostolici:, or, the history of the lives, acts, death, and martyrdoms of those who were contemporary with, or immediately succeeded the apostles as also the most eminent of the primitive fathers for the first three hundred years : to which is added, a chronology of the three first ages of the church.

      printed by A.C. for Richard Chiswel at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul's Church-yard, London 1677 - First edition, folio, pp. [36], xxxii, 335; copper-engraved pictorial title and 23 copper-engraved plates of the martyrs by M. Burghers, printed title in red and black, woodcut initials throughout, the whole in contemporary full calf, red morocco label, gilt spine; a very good, sound copy. Wing C1590 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Medicinal Councels, or Advices: Written Originally in French, by Dr. Theodor Turquet de Mayerne, Kt. Baron of Aubonne, Counsellor and Chief Physician to the Late King and Queen of England. Put Out in Latine at Geneva, by Theoph. Bonetus. Englished by Tho. Sherley, M.D., Physician in Ordinary to His Present Majesty.

      London, N. Ponder, 1677. - 8 leaves, 136 pp, 4 leaves [contents]. Recent full leather. Text browned. Very Good. First Edition in English. Wing M1428. Munk I: 163-68. "The only work that Sir Theodore Mayerne published, was the Apology . . . 'Apologia, in qua videre est, inviolatis Hippocratis et Galeni legibus, Remedia Chymice preparata, tuto usurpari posse Rupel. 1603.' He left his library, containing many MSS., to the College of Physicians. Some of these were published by Dr. Thomas Shirley, and others by Sir Theodore de Vaux, Mayerne's godson, and an honorary Fellow of the College" (Munk I: 168). "Mayerne's reputation as a physician, in his own time, was immense throughout Europe, but he was not, like his colleague Harvey, an original thinker. He and Harvey had indeed little in common, Harvey being as dismissive of chemistry as Mayerne was of the doctors of Padua. He was essentially an eclectic, who sought to incorporate Paracelsian and Hermetic ideas in a basically Galenic system. He was far more tolerant of the Galenist doctors of Paris than they of him, and sent his second son, James, to Paris to learn 'the solid foundations of medicine' from the men who had previously vituperated him. His proclaimed masters were, among the ancients, Hippocrates and Hermes Trismegistus; among the moderns, Fernel and du Chesne. His great contribution lay in his therapeutic practice, his careful and continuous observation of his patients, and his flexible response to their condition. This is recorded in his 'Ephemerides', a regular record, which shows him as an open-minded, rational, objective practitioner, not tied to any theoretical system. . . . After his death, and protracted litigation, Mayerne's books and papers passed to his niece, Aimée de Frotté, and her husband, his long-serving Genevan assistant, Jean (afterwards Sir John) Colladon; and then to their son, Mayerne's godson, Sir Theodore Colladon, physician of Chelsea Hospital. Since the Colladons had published nothing Sir Theodore de Vaux, using his own copies and supported by the Royal College of Physicians, published his Praxis Mayerniana in two volumes (1690&#150;96). This roused Sir Theodore Colladon to supply the originals to Joseph Browne, a bookseller's hack, who then published Mayernii opera medica (1700), a hasty and inaccurate compilation prefaced by attacks on Vaux and the Royal College" (Oxford DNB). OCLC locates copies in these US libraries: Duke, NLM, Coll. Phys. Phila., Yale. COPAC locates copies in these UK libraries: British Lib., Cambridge, Wellcome. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Compendio di tutta la Cirurgia per Pietro e Lodovico Rossini Medici, estratto da tutti coloro, che di essa hanno scritto et dall'Eccell. D. & Cavaliero M. Leonardo Fioravanti Bolognese ampliato di bellissimi discorsi: e aggiuntovi un nuovo trattato a' professori di tal'arte. Con la Tavola copiosissima delle cose più notabili & con li dissegni de gli instromenti, che più si convengono ai Cirurgi.

      - Venezia, G.B.Brigna, 1677. In 8vo (cm.15); pergamena rigida coeva; pp. (48), 368. Con 8 figure a piena pagina di strumenti chirurgici con dettagliate descrizioni. Leonardo Fioravanti nacque a Bologna presumibilmente nel 1517. Nella medicina italiana del tempo il F. fu certamente un personaggio anomalo: tra i pochi seguaci di Paracelso mentre in Italia perdurava il dominio delle idee galeniche, si distinse per un accentuato interesse alla sperimentazione. Nel 1551 si arruolò nell'esercito spagnolo e si imbarcò su una nave diretta in Africa. in qualità di medico di campo ebbe naturalmente l'opportunità di alternare alla esecuzione di interventi di "routine" anche interventi eccezionali tra i quali audaci operazioni di chirurgia plastica, e per la prima volta, cure idroterapiche per fronteggiare malattie della pelle e dell'intestino. ¤ 780

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        Compendio di tutta la Cirurgia per Pietro e Lodovico Rossini Medici, estratto da tutti coloro, che di essa hanno scritto et dall'Eccell. D. & Cavaliero M. Leonardo Fioravanti Bolognese ampliato di bellissimi discorsi: e aggiuntovi un nuovo trattato a' Professori di tal'arte. Con la Tavola copiosissima delle cose pi&#157; notabili & con li disegni de gli instromenti, che più si convengono ai Cirurgi.

      1677 - Venezia, G. B. Brigna, 1677. In 8vo (cm. 15); pergamena rigida coeva; pp. (48), 368. Con 8 figure a piena pagina di strumenti chirurgici con dettagliate descrizioni. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BIBLIA SACRA. Vulgatae Editionis.

      Venetiis 1677 - Most Attractive Thick 8vo. Contemporary vellum. (xx) + 996pps. + (52)pps. Superbly illustrated with engraved Title-page & 255 woodcut figures in text. Some mild foxing / staining to a few leaves but overall a superb copy. Rare in this state ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lexicon universale historico-geographico-chronologico-poetico-philologicum. 2 Bände.,

      Basel, Widerhold, 1677 - Folio (34 x 21,5 cm). 8 Bl., 1064 S.; 1 Bl., 600 S., 120 S., 18 Bl. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz in Band I. *Zischka 5. Collison 89. Erste Ausgabe. - "Als einziges Sachwörterbuch des Humanismus im deutschen Sprachgebiet hat es dennoch eine bleibende Bedeutung. Beachtenswert im Inhalt ist auch die geradezu als modern zu wertende Tatsache, daß das Werk ein Verzeichnis der Begriffe enthält, die zwar enthalten und erläutert sind, aber kein eigenes Stichwort haben." (Lenz, Kleine Geschichte großer Lexika 80). - Das schöne Frontispiz zeigt 3 symbolische Gestalten vor arkadischer Landschaft, im Vordergrund ein Globus. - Zweispaltiger Druck. Seitenränder leicht gebräunt, insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 5000 Pergamentbände der Zeit (Deckel leicht fleckig). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Il Pastor Fido. Tragicommedia Pastorale.

      In Colonia 1677 - In 24mo; pp.260. Antiporta e cinque tavole a piena pagina. Cart. posteriore, piatto anteriore staccato. Willems, A. Les Elzevier 1852, nota; D.H.Thomas, The works of B.Guarini, pag.82: "An Elsevier production, printed by Hackius in Leiden. With, as in 1671/1 and the other &#145;Cologne&#146; editions, an engraved frontispiece (reading Il pastor fido) after Webber by Blooteling and 5 plates by the latter, which are included in the pagination". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Locatione et Conductione. Tractatus. In Quo non Solum Agitur

      1677. A Durable Treatise on Leases and Tenancy Pacioni, Pietro [17th c.]. De Locatione, et Conductione. Tractatus. In Quo non Solum Agitur in Genere de Contractu Locationis, & Omnibus ad Eum Pertinentibus, Sed Etiam in Specie de Locatione Operarum, ac Singularum Rerum, tam Laicalium, Quam Ecclesiasticarum, Casusque Indiuidui Passim Inseruntur. Cum Tribus Indicibus, Capitulorum Uno, Argumentorum, Seu Materiarum Altero, Verborum, & Sententiarum Tertio Locupletissimo. Rome: Typis, & Sumptibus Nicolai Angeli Tinassii, 1677. [xxxvi], 830, [2] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary calf, raised bands, gilt ornaments and lettering piece to spine, hinges mended. Light rubbing and a few minor nicks to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities with minor wear to spine ends, corners bumped, Attractive copperplate armorial title-page device, woodcut decorated initials, head-pieces and tail-pieces. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places. Somewhat later annotations to front free endpaper, small early owner inkstamp to foot of title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A nice copy. * First edition. A remarkably durable work, Pacioni&#39;s comprehensive treatise on leases, tenancy, contracts and related subjects in Roman and canon law went through eight later editions, the last in 1840. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 3 copies of the first edition in North American law libraries (Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard). British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 19:185.

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        Histoire du Gouvernement de Venise.

      . Paris: Frederic Leonard 1677. With title-vignettes. (28) + 424 + (40) pp. + Suplement a l'Histoire du Gouvernement de Venise. Paris: Frederic Leonard 1677. With title-vignette. 200 + 8 pp. Bound in one contp. full leatherbinding richly illustr. with gold on spine. Headbands worn. * 2nd edit., suppl. 1st edit..

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        Neu und Alt in Kupfer gestochener Calender auff das Jahr nach der Geburt jesu Christi M.DC.LXXVIII. (Vortitel: Allmanach auff das Jahr nach der Geburt unsers Herren Jesu Christi MDCLXXVIII im 20. Jahr der Regierung Kays. Mayest. Leopoldi I.). Augsburg H. G. Bodenehr (1677). Kl. 8°. 15 nn. Bll. Fadenheftung m. Goldschnitt.

      . . Nicht im VD 17.- Außerordentlich seltener, vollständig in Kupfer gestochener Kalender des Augsburger Kupferstechers Hans Georg Bodenehr (nicht in Nebehay-W., kein Ex über KVK zu ermitteln !).- Die aus jeweils 2 Teilen zusammengefügten Bll. zeigen am Vortitel ein Portrait Leopolds I., der Hauptitel allegorisch eingefaßt, das letzte Bl. die Sternzeichen. Den Kopf der Monatsblätter zieren Ansichten (ca. 4 x 5 cm), darunter v. Österreich: Glashütten zu Reichenau; Weg über de Tertz auß Österreich in Steyrmarck; Strudel an der Thonaw; Weinpreß zu Tallinge in Österr.; Würbel in der Thonaw; Saltzpfannen zu Hallstatt; Aussere theil der Saltzpfannen.- sehr guter Erhaltungszustand.

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        Histoire du Gouvernement de Venise.

      1677 1677 - Paris: Frederic Leonard 1677. With title-vignettes. (28) + 424 + (40) pp. + Suplement a l'Histoire du Gouvernement de Venise. Paris: Frederic Leonard 1677. With title-vignette. 200 + 8 pp. Bound in one contp. full leatherbinding richly illustr. with gold on spine. Headbands worn. * 2nd edit., suppl. 1st edit.

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        La Spagna.

      1677 - Rome, 1677. Coloured. 410 x 525mm. Old map of Spain showing the Balearics, after Sanson, published in the Mercurio Geografico, with a large martial cartouche.

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        Lexicon Universale. Historico-geographico-chronologico-poetico-philologicum.

      Basel, Johann Hermann Widerhold,1677.. EA. 2 in einem Band. 36x23,5 cm. 1 gestochener Titel, 8 Bll., 1064 S., 1 w. Bl.; 1 Bl., 600 S., 120 S., 18 Bll. Moderner Kartonband, sehr gut. Innen etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, vereinzelte Unterstreichungen.. Continens: Historiam Omnis Aevi, Geographiam omnium Locorum, Genealogiam principum Familiarum, addita ubique Chronologia tum veteri tum recentiore, Mythologiam insuper omnium Fabularum, Discussionem Philologicam illustrium circa haec occurrentium Difficultatum; Aliaque plurima scitu dignissima. Cum Indicibus variis, Rerum imprimis locupletissmo, memorabilia huius. Lexici per Locorum Communium titulos Lectori illico Spectanda exhibente. Opera et Studio Ioh. Iacobi Hofmanni. Typis Jacobi Bertschii & Joh. Rodolpho Genathii. VD 17 1:044840G; Zischka 5; Collison 89. - Erste Ausgabe, ohne die bis 1683 erschienenen 3 Supplemente. "Als einziges großes Sachwörterbuch des Humanismus im deutschen Sprachgebiet hat es dennoch eine bleibende Bedeutung. Beachtenswert im Inhalt ist auch die geradezu als modern zu wertende Tatsache, dass das Werk ein Verzeichnis der Begriffe enthält, die zwar enthalten und erläutert sind, aber kein eigenes Stichwort haben" (Lenz 80) First printing, without the 3 supplements which have been issued until 1683. "Only big encyclopedia of the humanism of the German language area it has nevertheless a lasting importance. The remarkable thing of the content of the work is that it contains terms which do not have their own catchword." (Lenz 80)

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        Opera Posthuma. Quorum series post Praefationem exhibetur. [Containing, amongst others, the "Ethica. Ordine Geometrico demonstrata, et In quinque Partes distincta, in quibus agitur, I. De Deo. II. De Natura & Origine Mentis. III. De Origine & Natura Affectuum. IV. De Servitute Humana, seu de Affectuum Viribus. V. De Potentia Intellectus, seu de Libertate Hamana."].

      [Amsterdam, Jan Rieuwertsz], 1677. 4to. Contemporary well-preserved full vellum. Handwritten title on spine. Woodcut vignette to title-page. (40), 614, (34), 112, (8) pp. A few contemporary underlinings and marginal notes. Printed on good paper, internally fine and clean. This is a copy without the portrait of Spinoza. A contemporary note in the hand of Bishop M. Petersen on the title-page says, that the book was a gift to the bishop from Count von Brockdorff.. The rare first edition of Spinoza's "Opera Posthuma", which contains the seminal first printing of his magnum opus, the "Ethics", his philosophical masterpiece, which constitutes the first systematic exposition of "Pantheism". "[t]he "Opera Posthuma", published in the same year [as his death, 1677], have served, then and since, with the "Tractatus Theologico-Politicus", to immortalize his name." (PMM 153). With "his one indisputable masterpiece" [i.e. the "Ethics"] (Bennett, a Study of Spinoza's Ethics, p. 7), one of the greatest contributions to Western philosophy, Spinoza is considered one of the most important philosophers of all times. Laying the foundation for 18th century Enlightenment, he is indisputably recognized as one of the greatest rationalists of the 17th century. With his "Ethics" he presents his groundbreaking opposition to Descartes' mind-body-dualism and thereby changes the entire trajectory of modern philosophy. As Hegel would say in his "History of Philosophy", "You are either a Spinozist or not a philosopher at all."The real name of Benedictus Spinoza (1632-77), one of the most important thinkers of early modern philosophy, was originally Baruch Espinoza. He Latinized his name in 1657 after having been expelled from the Jewish community; his philosophical and scientific studies had caused him to remove himself further and further from the Jewish comprehension of God, he rejected the idea that the Jewish people were God's chosen people, and he refused to live by the laws and rules of the Jewish religion. After his excommunication, Spinoza became a lens-cutter - a toughly required skill, which not only took good craftsmanship but also great mathematical knowledge. "In this, as in the theory of optics, he showed great ability. His lenses were in considerable demand, and his skill brought him in contact with Huygens and Leibniz [...] Thus Spinoza was able to support himself as the guest of a friend, a member of the Collegiants, an Armenian religious community, in the country outside Amsterdam out of reach of his late co-religionists, and to devote himself to concentrated thought and study. There he found himself the centre of a small philosophical club, which, originally meeting to study Cartesian philosophy, eventually parted company with Descartes; it was for them, in all probability, that Spinoza wrote his "Ethics". (PMM 153) In 1660 Spinoza moves from Amsterdam to Rijnsburg, where he begins working on his "Short Treatise on God, Man and Human Welfare", "an initial but aborted effort to lay out his metaphysical, epistemological and moral views. His critical exposition of Descartes's "Principles of Philosophy", the only work he published under his own name in his lifetime, was completed in 1663, after he had moved to Voorburg, outside The Hague. By this time, he was also working on what would eventually be called the "Ethics", his philosophical masterpiece. However, when he saw the principles of toleration in Holland being threatened by reactionary forces, he put it aside to complete his "scandalous" "Theological-Political Treatise", published anonymously and to great alarm in 1670." (SEP). In 1675 he contemplated publishing his "Ethics", but baseless rumours of his atheism decided him against it. When he died in 1677, in The Hague, his greatest work the "Ethics" had thus still not been published. His friends, however, saw to it that it was so immediately, and later the same year it appears for the first time, in his "Opera Posthuma", along with his other unpublished writings, namely his "De intellectus emendatione" - a kind of preliminary work to the "Ethics", his unfinished "Tractatus politicus", and a "Compendium to Hebrew Grammar" (separately paginated). The work, which is edited by one of Spinoza's closest friends, Jarig Jelles, furthermore includes a number of letters. "The exposition of Descartes temporarily distracted Spinoza from what was now his main occupation, a rigorous presentation of his own highly original philosophical thoughts. The "Short Treatise" clearly did not satisfy him, and by early 1662 he had aborted the incomplete manuscript in order to make yet another fresh start. Thus, most likely in the spring of 1662, Spinoza took up his pen to begin what would be his philosophical masterpiece, the "Ethics" ("Ethica"). Still, in essence, a treatise on "God, man and His Well-Being," the "Ethics" was an attempt to provide a fuller, clearer, and more systematic layout in "the geometric style" for his grand metaphysical and moral project. He worked on it steadily for a number of years, through his move to Voorburg in 1663 and on into the summer of 1665. He envisioned at this point a three-part work, and seems to have had a fairly substantial draft in hand by June 1665. He felt confident enough of what he had written so far to allow a select few to read it, and there were Latin and even Dutch (translated by Pieter Balling) copies of the manuscript circulating among his friends. We do not know how close to a final product Spinoza considered this draft of the "Ethics" when he put it aside, probably in the fall of 1665. [...] At the time he probably saw it as mostly complete but in need of polishing. It would be a good number of years, though, before Spinoza returned to his metaphysical-moral treatise to put the finishing touches on it, which included significant additions and revisions, no doubt in the light of further reading and reflection. " (Nadler, Spinoza's Ethics. An Introduction, p. 15)."Baruch (or Benedictus) Spinoza is one of the most important philosophers-and certainly the most radical-of the early modern period. His thought combines a commitment to Cartesian metaphysical and epistemological principles with elements from ancient Stoicism and medieval Jewish rationalism into a nonetheless highly original system. His extremely naturalistic views on God, the world, the human being and knowledge serve to ground a moral philosophy centered on the control of the passions leading to virtue and happiness. They also lay the foundations for a strongly democratic political thought and a deep critique of the pretensions of Scripture and sectarian religion. Of all the philosophers of the seventeenth-century, perhaps none have more relevance today than Spinoza." (SEP)Van der Linde 22 (as evident from the collation, apparently not having the separate half-titles for "Ethica" and "Compendium Grammatices Linguæ Hebrææ", which are present in our copy)

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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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        Symbolorum et Emblematum Centuriae Quatuor, quarum prima Stirpium, secunda Animalium quadrupedium, tertia Volatilium et Insectum, quarta Aquatilium et Reptilium, Rariores proprietates Historias ac sententias memorabiles non paucas breviter exponit. Ultima editio.

      Mainz, Bourgeat, 1677.. 4 Bde. in 1 Bd. (4 Bl., 201, 204, 204, 201 S.). Mit 388 (von 400) runden Textkupfern (Emblemata) von Hans Sibmacher. 12° (ca. 14 x 9 cm). Pgmt. d. Zt. (etwas fleckig, Rücken und Vorsatz erneuert, Schließbänder defekt).. Joachim Camerarius der Jüngere (Nürnberg 1543-1598) war ein bekannter Arzt und Naturforscher. Besonders seine Kenntnisse der Botanik spiegeln sich in mit Bäumen und Sträuchern verzierten symbolhaften Darstellungen von Sinnsprüchen wider (Nissen, Botan. Illustr., 312). Es fehlen die S. 201-204 von Bd. 2 und die Seiten 1-4 von Bd. 3 (hier auch die fehlenden 2 Kupfer) - alles in Fotokopie eingebunden. Titelbl. fleckig u. m. Vermerk v. alter Hand, die ersten Bl. am unt. Rand m. kl. Fehlstelle, fast durchgehend etwas wasserrandig, stellenw. auch fleckig; ein paar Bl. am Rand leicht beschäd.; insgesamt noch guter Zustand.

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        Le Veritable parfait mareschal,... Der wahrhafftig-Vollkommene Stall-Meister. Welcher lehret die Schönheit, Güte und Mängel der Pferde zu erkennen: Die Manier selbige auf schwären Reisen zu erhalten, ordentlich zufüttern und ihnen zuwarten. Genf, J. H. Widerhold 1677. Fol. 14 Bll., 824 S., 6 Bll., 40 S.(Anhang), mit Kupfertitel, 1 Wappenkupfer, 17 Textkupfer, 7 (1 dplblgr.) Kupfertafeln u. zahlr. Textholzschnitten, Ldr. d. Zt.

      . . Mennessier de la Lance II, 527 - Nissen ZBI 3898 - Graesse VI, 433.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe eines der hervorragendsten und vielseitigsten Pferdebücher des 17. Jahrhunderts. Der Text ist zweispaltig in deutscher und französischer Sprache.- Durchgehend etw. gebräunt od. stockfleckig, 2 Tafeln mit geklebtem Ausriss, Rücken tls. restauriert.

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        ESCRITOS QUMICOS, FR. BASILLII VALENTINI BENEDICTINER ORDENS CHYMISCHE SCHRIFTEN

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura 1 Edicion. Hamburg. 1677. 17X10. 400Pag+29h. Pergamino a la romana. Idioma aleman. Primera edicion. Contiene el "Appendix" al final de la Obra. Basilio Valentin alquimista aleman que hizo multitud de Obras para obtener multiples variedades de metal y puso incapie en los metales preciosos. Rarissimo tratado. Iatoquimica. Ref 2.3 Biblioteca A.

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        JOHN OWEN'S LATINE EPIGRAMS

      London, printed by Robert White, for Nevil Simmons, and Thomas Sawbridge, 1677.FIRST COMPLETE EDITION IN ENGLISH 1677, Englished by Tho. Harvey, Gent. 12mo, approximately 155 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, pages: [10], 155, [3], 157 - 180, 187, 192 - 208, [2], general title present on A1 (often missing), and divisional titles at A2, D5, E11 and G12, many errors of pagination, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in 19th century half calf over marbled boards, marbled endpapers, edges speckled red. Binding rubbed, small scrapes to leather on spine and corners, full page account in tiny script of life and work of Owen on blank page before title page, fore - edge margins slightly trimmed, small piece missing from top corner of B9 with loss on verso of 1 or 2 letters at start of 8 lines (see image), small pale stain at lower inner corner starts on page 15 and continues throughout, another larger very pale damp stain at lower outer corner shows intermittently throughout and more heavily on last few pages. A very good tight copy. John Owen (c. 1564 ? 1622) was born in Wales and educated at Oxford where he was a Fellow at New College. He is best known for his Latin epigrams, collected in his Epigrammata which he started publishing in 1606. On a large variety of topics, they were very popular both in England and on the continent and were translated into English, French, German, and Spanish. He was known as the "English Martial". Thomas Harvey's translation into English is the most complete. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Origenes kata Kelsou 'en tomois 8 Tou 'autou Philokalia [greek text] : origenis contra Celsum libri octo: ejusdem Philocalia : Gulielmus Spencerus, Cantabrigiensis, Collegii Trinitatis Socius, utriusq[ue] operis versionem recognovit, & annotationes adjecit : accedunt item notae Davidis Hoeschelii in octo libros Origenis, una cum notis Jo. Tarini in Philocaliam : cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo.

      Cantabrigiae, excudebat Joan. Hayes, celeberrimae Academiae typographus. Impensis Guli. Morden bibliopolae (Cambridge), 1677 M.DC.LXXVII.. [Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt] [12], 428, [6], 110, [2], 98, [38] S. geglätteter Kalbslederband der Zeit, Rücken später im Stile,der Zeit erneuert.. Ebert II, 242; Graesse V, 46; Vielgelobte zweisprachige Origenis-Ausgabe in lateinisch-griechischem Paralleltext. " Mit den Hösschels Noten über das Buch gegen Celsus u. Tarini Noten über die Philocalie. Diese Ausgabe ist seltner, besser gedruckt und correcter als die zweite." (Ebert, ebd.) Die Ãœbertragung ist von Sigmund Gelen. Wohl im 19. Jahrhundert sorgsam und im Stile der Zeit neu aufgebunden, an den Kanten vereinzelt etwas bestossen. Innen gutes Exemplar mit gut lesbarer griechischer Type.

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        Archiatri Danici, Anatome Quartum Renovata : Non Tantum Ex Institutionibus b. m. Parentis, Caspari Bartholini, Sed etiam ex omnium cum Veterum, tum Recentiorum Observationibus : Ad Circulationem Harveianam & Vasa Lymphatica directis. Cum Iconibus

      1677. Hard Cover. Good. [30], [1]-806, [18] pages. Early leather binding, hinges/joints quite cracked but cords are still holding. Lugduni, Sumpt Joan. Ant. Huguetan, & Soc. MDCLXXVII [ 1677 ]. "Bartholin, a Danish physician, naturalist, physiologist, and anatomist, was one of several seventeenth century researchers who greatly expanded the knowledge of the working anatomy of various glands and their ducts, the biliary system, and the lymphatic system. Bartholin is commonly credited with the first description of the thoracic duct in man and Jean Pecquet with recognizing it in animals a few years later." (Heirs of Hippocrates, 324) Published just 3 years before his death, this book is an anatomical textbook. Bartholin had updated his father Caspar Bartholin&#39;s anatomical work Institutione Anatomicae (1611) through at least three editions (first in 1641 recognizing the work of Aselli and Harvey, second in 1645 with the help of anatomist Johann Vesling, and third in 1651, with much updated text and new illustrations from Casserius and Vesling replacing earlier Vesalian figures). He is credited in 1654 with the discovery of the human lymphatic system. This edition was published in 1677, and includes 14 plates (12 folding), 97 labeled plates or "tabula" in the text plus 5 additional illustrations not labeled as "tabula". There are 3 instances where the sequential numbering of tabula might normally indicate a missing illustration (XXXII before page 212, XLIX before page 296, and VIII before page 754). In each case, we believe the book complete, and each a case of simple mis-labelling and the inconsistent treatment of folding plate numbering. Plate XLIII has some material lacking (part of the paper manufacturing process) with no loss of context or meaning. There is some minor marginal worming in the front matter, and on pages 473-484, 504-518, and 531-539. One tabula (XI) is mislabeled IX. This copy lacks the engraved portrait of the author found in some copies opposite the first page of text. Extra engraved pictorial title present. Minor occasional soiling. Pencilled notations on the endpapers. Generally a good copy. Full title: Archiatri Danici, Anatome Quartum Renovata : Non Tantum Ex Institutionibus b. m. Parentis, Caspari Bartholini, Sed etiam ex omnium cum Veterum, tum Recentiorum Observationibus : Ad Circulationem Harveianam & Vasa Lymphatica directis. Cum Iconibus Novis Et Indicibus. Hard Cover.

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        Carte des Indes Orientales

      Paris: Chez l&#39;Auteur, prés le Palais, sur le Quay de l&#39;Orloge, 1677. Hand-coloured map, 410 x 550 mm., old central fold; a good clear impression with excellent original colour. Framed. One of the first French maps of Tasman. An attractive map by an important French cartographer with good early notice of Tasman, many of the place names derived from his 1642 and 1644 voyages, particularly thorough on the south coast of Tasmania, the west coast of Cape York, and the coast of Arnhem Land. Pierre du Val (1619-1683) was the son-in-law of Nicolas Sanson, and followed in the footsteps of his illustrious father-in-law by holding the position of Geographe ordinaire du Roi. This is &#39;one of the earliest French maps to depict Australia as defined by Tasman&#39;s two voyages, shows the East Indian archipelagos of Indonesia and the Phillippines and the entire area between the Cape of Good Hope and Japan and Australia, with Tasmania forming the southern limit in the east. The map also shows the earlier discoveries in Australia of Hartog, Cartensz and Nuyts&hellip;&#39; (Perry, Cartography of the East Indian Islands, p. 155). The map prominently notes the familiar "Terre d&#39;Endracht", "Terre d&#39;Edels", Terre de Leeuwin", "Terre de Nuits" and "Terre de Wits". First published in 1665, this is the second edition, from Cartes de Geographie les Plus Nouvelles.

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        Cosmography in four books containing the chrography and history of the whole world: and all the principal kingdoms, provinces, seas, and isles thereof.

      London, printed by A.C. for P. Chetwind and A. Seile, 1677.Folio. 4 volumes in 1. Folio. Contemporary mottled calf. With engraved title-page (London, Anne Seile, 1669) and 4 double-page maps of the continents. (8),303; (222); 230; 154; (46) pp.* First published in 1652; with armorial bookplate of Philip Monoux . - With Appendix on the endeavor to discover Terra Australis Incognita, or the Southern continent. This curious discourse on Terra Australis describes its supposed immense size to be as large as Europe, Asia and Africa (Cox II, p.339). The fine maps depict Europe, Asia, Africa and America with California as an island. - (Age-browned).

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE]
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        Lexicon Universale. Historico-geographico-chronologico-poetico-philologicum.

      Basel Johann Hermann Widerhold 1677 - EA. 2 in einem Band. 36x23,5 cm. 1 gestochener Titel, 8 Bll., 1064 S., 1 w. Bl.; 1 Bl., 600 S., 120 S., 18 Bll. Moderner Kartonband, sehr gut. Innen etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, vereinzelte Unterstreichungen. Continens: Historiam Omnis Aevi, Geographiam omnium Locorum, Genealogiam principum Familiarum, addita ubique Chronologia tum veteri tum recentiore, Mythologiam insuper omnium Fabularum, Discussionem Philologicam illustrium circa haec occurrentium Difficultatum; Aliaque plurima scitu dignissima. Cum Indicibus variis, Rerum imprimis locupletissmo, memorabilia huius. Lexici per Locorum Communium titulos Lectori illico Spectanda exhibente. Opera et Studio Ioh. Iacobi Hofmanni. Typis Jacobi Bertschii & Joh. Rodolpho Genathii. VD 17 1:044840G; Zischka 5; Collison 89. - Erste Ausgabe, ohne die bis 1683 erschienenen 3 Supplemente. "Als einziges großes Sachwörterbuch des Humanismus im deutschen Sprachgebiet hat es dennoch eine bleibende Bedeutung. Beachtenswert im Inhalt ist auch die geradezu als modern zu wertende Tatsache, dass das Werk ein Verzeichnis der Begriffe enthält, die zwar enthalten und erläutert sind, aber kein eigenes Stichwort haben" (Lenz 80) First printing, without the 3 supplements which have been issued until 1683. "Only big encyclopedia of the humanism of the German language area it has nevertheless a lasting importance. The remarkable thing of the content of the work is that it contains terms which do not have their own catchword." (Lenz 80) 1.100 gr.

      [Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG]
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        Bibliotheca sacra et profana. Sive Observationes, Correctiones, Coniecturae & variae Lectiones in sacros, et profanos Scriptores e Marginalibus Notis Codicum eiusdem. a Dominico Macro Melitensis collectae.

      Romae, Sumptibus Pontii Bernardon, 1677.. Nunc primum e Bibliotheca Brancaccia in lucem edita. Folio. Ganzseiteitiges Kupferportrait von Latinius, Ttlbl., (12), 213, 79 S. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. Am Kapital und auf den Buchdeckeln leichte Einrisse. Sehr schöner Druck..

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        Ordentliche Verzeichnus Der Hochfürstlichen Bambergischen angesetzten Ritter- und Burger-Lehen-Gerichts-Täge. De Anno M.DC.LXXVII

      Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Hochf?l: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1677).. Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Hochfürstl: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1677).. Einblattdruck. Oben mittig mit Allianzwappen der Familien Dernbach, Milchling, Clauer und Marstall (9,5 x 7,5 cm), links und rechts jeweils eine Leiste mit je 6 Wappenschildern der Beisitzer. Jeweils in Holzschnitt. 42,5 x 33 cm. Nicht im VD 17, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. Offensichtlich seltener Einblattdruck, der die Daten der Bamberger Gerichtstage verkündet und Richter und Beisitzer auflistet. - Die weißen Ränder eingeschlagen, in den Ecken jeweils ein stecknadelkopfgroßes Loch. Gebräunt und etwas fleckig..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Mémoires touchant les ambassadeurs et les ministres publics.

      Chez Jean & Daniel Steucker / La Haye 1677 - in-12 relié plein cuir à 5 nerfs. Pièces de titre avec motifs dorés. Tranches colorées. Petite déchirure sur le bas du dos. Par Mr. de Wicquefort, conseiller et résident de leurs A.A. Sérénissimes Messeigneurs les Ducs de Brunswic & Lunebourg &c, et évêque d'Osnabrug, George Guillaume et Ernest Auguste. In-12 reliure d'origine,5 nerfs, motifs dorés sur dos, 517 pages. Dos légèrement défait en bas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOHN OWEN&#39;S LATINE EPIGRAMS

      London, printed by Robert White, for Nevil Simmons, and Thomas Sawbridge, 1677.. London, printed by Robert White, for Nevil Simmons, and Thomas Sawbridge, 1677.. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION IN ENGLISH 1677, Englished by Tho. Harvey, Gent. 12mo, approximately 155 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, pages: [10], 155, [3], 157-180, 187, 192-208, [2], general title present on A1 (often missing), and divisional titles at A2, D5, E11 and G12, many errors of pagination, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in 19th century half calf over marbled boards, marbled endpapers, edges speckled red. Binding rubbed, small scrapes to leather on spine and corners, full page account in tiny script of life and work of Owen on blank page before title page, fore-edge margins slightly trimmed, small piece missing from top corner of B9 with loss on verso of 1 or 2 letters at start of 8 lines (see image), small pale stain at lower inner corner starts on page 15 and continues throughout, another larger very pale damp stain at lower outer corner shows intermittently throughout and more heavily on last few pages. A very good tight copy. John Owen (c. 1564 &#150; 1622) was born in Wales and educated at Oxford where he was a Fellow at New College. He is best known for his Latin epigrams, collected in his Epigrammata which he started publishing in 1606. On a large variety of topics, they were very popular both in England and on the continent and were translated into English, French, German, and Spanish. He was known as the "English Martial". Thomas Harvey&#39;s translation into English is the most complete. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Philosophical Dialogues Concerning the Principles of Natural Bodies: wherein the Principles of the Old and New Philosophy are stated, and the new demonstrated, more agreeable to Reason, from Mechanical Experiments and its usefulness to the benefit of Man-kind.

      Printed by T. Hodgkin for Dorman Newman 1677 - FIRST EDITION, some damp-staining around the edges, a single worm hole throughout, without causing any serious loss, pp. [xvi], 173, [1], 12mo, recased in later sheep, red edges, a bit scuffed, various ownership inscriptions, Jn Ash (c.1700) at the head of the Dedication, David Dott, 1759, and J.G., 1785, on the preserved fly-leaf of the original binding, and Joseph Hay, 1822, on the title-page, sound William Simpson was a medical doctor from York, whose dates in ESTC are given as &#145;active 1665-1677&#146;, this being the span of his printed works, all of which relate to his spat with Robert Wittie over Scarsborough Spaw. The present work deals more with Wittie&#146;s stubborn support of Aristotelianism. The two characters in the dialogues are Hydrophilus (intended for Wittie, as made clear in the Preface) and Pyrophilus (Simpson himself, or the type of the new philosopher as exemplified by Bacon, Harvey and Boyle - all mentioned in the text). The dispute with Wittie was characterised by some choice terminology, a feature of the present work. The dialogues begin with Hydrophilus in high choler: &#145;Would it not, Pyrophilus, raise the spleen of any, even the calmest Dogmatists, to see you appear upon the stage of the World, like so many Americans, presenting new and unheard of things .&#146; (ESTC R25204)

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        Renovirte Fewr-Ordnung.

      Stralsund, Michael Meder, 1677. - 22 ungezählte Seiten, unbeschnitten, 19 x 16,5 cm, geheftet, Rückenbroschur. Erste Seiten etwas fleckig. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun]
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        'La France Divisee En Archevesches Evesches, Abbaies. Par les Srs. de S.M. pour servir au Livre de Gallia Christiana A Paris Chez Pierre Mariette rue S. Iacques al Esperance avec privilege du Roy pour vingt ans. - Matheus sculp.':.

      . Kupferstich v. Matheus b. Pierre Mariette in Paris, 1677, 40,5 x 52,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 419. - Zeigt Frankreich mit Einzeichnungen der Erzbistümern, Bistümer und Abteien. - Unten links Titelkartusche mit Mitra und Krummstab. - Oben links Insetkarte vom Montmartre und Umgebung. - Oben rechts Meilenzeiger.

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