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        Nederlandsche Historien, Seedert de Ooverdraght der Heerschappye van Kaizer Kaarel den Vyfden op Kooning Philips zynen Zoon, tot de doodt des Prinsen van Oranje. Met het Vervolgh Tot het einde der Landtvooghdye des Graven van Leicester. De derde druk.

      Johan van Someren, Abraham Wolfgangk, Hendrik en Dirk Boom, Amsterdam 1677. Folio. Engraved title-page. (36)+1242+(40) pages. With 12 engraved portraits and 4 (of 9) doubled-paged engraved plates with views and battle scenes. Spine-ends slightly worn. Lower front corner bumped. Ink-stamp on printed title-apge. Index section with marginal staining (not affecting text). 19th century owner's label and inscription on front endpaper.. Third edition of this famous account of the history of the Netherlands during the rebellion against Spain 1555-1587

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        A Direction for the English Traviller by which he shall be inabled to coast about all England and Wales

      South Entrance, Royal Exchange, Corn-hill.: John Garrett, 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.

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        De Summa Imperatoris Romani Potestate Circa Profana, Liber Unicus

      1677. Henniges (Henninges), Heinrich [1645-1711]. De Summa Imperatoris Romani Potestate Circa Profana. Liber Unicus. Nuremberg: Sumptibus Wolfgangi Mauritii Endteri, & Johannis Andrea Endteri, 1677. [xxxii], 581, [59] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Recent buckram, gilt title to spine. Woodcut head and tail-pieces. Some soiling to title page, light toning to text, minor worming, mostly to margins, at beginning and end of text block, internally clean. * Second and final edition. First published in 1676, De Summa Imperatoris, the work of a lawyer and state official, discusses the church-state relations and their respective areas of legal authority. OCLC locates 1 copy of each edition in a law library (UC-Berkeley, first edition; Harvard, second edition). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts (VD17) 155575H.

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        Informazione a' fratelli dell'archiconfraternita de' ss. xii apostoli dello stato della medesima in tempo di clemente vii. nel 1592. del suo accrescimento fino al anno 1677... in roma, stamperia della reverenda camera apostolica, 1677.

      Pp. 8. Unito a: Informazione a' fratelli dell'Archiconfraternita de' SS. XII Apostoli ne' Rioni di Roma. Per la distribuzione delle Limosine ordinarie, e straordinarie agl'infermi, ed à poveri rispettivamente. In Roma, 1677. Pp. 8. Unito a: Informazione a' fratelli dell'Archiconfraternita de' SS. XII Apostoli deputati ne' Rioni di Roma. Melle visite de' poveri infermi... In Roma, 1677. Pp. 6 (2). Tre opere in un volume di cm. 21, bella legatura in piena pergamena semirigida con decorazioni in oro ai piatti. Tagli dorati. Perfetta conservazione. Ciascuna delle tre opere, con stessi dati editoriali, presenta una grande incisioni xilografica al frontespizio con la raffigurazione dell'ultima cena. Alla fine di ciascun testo lo stemma Berberini con le tre api. Molto raro ed impreziosito da una legatura assai decorativa.

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

      A Paris: Chez Frederic Leonard, 1677. relié. Fort in 12 (7,5x13,8cm). Edition en partie originale, rare, bien préférable à l'originale de 1676 qui ne contient que la première partie ; celle-ci se trouve donc considérablement augmentée par des pièces majeures. Un frontispice représentant la place Saint-Marc de Venise. L'édition de 1677 contient 3 titres pour chaque partie plus un titre ajouté résumant le tout ; on s'apercevra aisément qu'on trouve très rarement réuni ces trois parties dans les bibliothèques (voir Oxford, Leeds...), et qu'elles apparaissent le plus souvent séparément. Sans doute y eut-il plusieurs éditions à cette date de 1677, dont seule celle-ci contient les trois parties. Par ailleurs cette édition à la Sphère porterait à croire qu'elle fut imprimée ailleurs ; la troisième partie porte Ratisbone comme lieu d'édition et Jean Aubry pour éditeur. Cette partie contient la Harangue de Louis Helian, Ambassadeur de France sous Louis XII. Plein Veau glacé brun d'époque. Dos à nerfs muet orné de roulettes à froid sur les coiffes et les nerfs. Filets à froid sur les plats. Bon exemplaire. Plus qu'une histoire de Venise, il s'agit d'une étude critique de ses institutions et de ses lois. Le livre fut fort mal reçu à Venise où on le brûla, les relations diplomatiques avec la France s'envenimèrent, et le roi de France fut plus ou moins contraint de livrer l'auteur à la Bastille (pour six jours) pour satisfaire Venise. L'oeuvre conduit donc à une réflexion politique sur la liberté de la république de Venise, le chapitre sur l'inquisition vénitienne est à ce titre éloquent. Le supplément étudie et conte les différends qu'eut la République avec le pape Paul V. La troisième partie du livre est une traduction d'un livre de Fra Paolo. La Harangue de Louis Hélian fut prononcée en 1510 devant l'empereur Maximilien, elle accuse très vertement la république de Venise de nombreux maux. - Chez Frederic Leonard, A Paris _1677, Fort in 12 (7,5x13,8cm), (26) 550pp; (2) ; 237pp; (3) ; (12) 211pp. (39), relié. - relié

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        A Genealogical History of the Kings of England, and Monarchs of Breat britain, &c. From the Conquest, Anno 1066, to the Year, 1677

      (London) In the Savoy: Tho. Newcomb, 1677. First edition.. Hardcover. Fine. Yes. Folio. (13),578(i.e., 590,11)pp. (The pagination is irregular in the earlier section, with many page numbers duplicated.)Table (i.e., index) at end, and an errata page. Title page in red and black. Engravings by Wenceslaus Hollar, Richard Gaywood and Francis Barlow. The text is divided into 7 books containing "a Discourse of their several Lives, Marriages, and Issues, Times of Birth, Death, Places of Burial, and Monumental Inscriptions, With their Effegies, Seals, Tombs, Cenotaphs, Devises, Arms, Quarterings, Crests and Supporters; All Engaven in Copper Plates Furnished with several Remarques and Annotations." A comprehensive view lavishly illustrated with engravings, many full page and some on folding plates. Bound to style in quarter calf, red leather lettering labels, gilt, marbled paper sides, vellum corners. Extensive old annotations, mostly marginal, throughout, and with a two page list of the plates attached to the page facing the title. Some plates have red and blue hand coloring. A very good copy in a new period-style binding. The author was the Lancaster Herald of Arms. This work many times reprinted. Collated and complete.

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        The Present State of New-England. Being a Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians

      London: Thomas Parkhurst, 1677. 4to., (7 6/8 x 5 6/8 inches). EXCEPTIONALLY FINE, AND EXCEEDINGLY RARE, WOODCUT MAP OF NEW-ENGLAND (framed separately 12 x 15 4/8 inches), THE SECOND ISSUE WITH WHITE HILLS MIS-TRANSCRIBED AS "WINE HILLS", oriented to the south and depicting New England settlements in all three colonies, from New Haven, Connecticut to Pemaquid, Maine and as far inland as Deerfield and the White Hills. Contemporary sheep (rebacked preserving the original spine (a few surface scrapes, corners a bit worn, free endpapers renewed); preserved in a modern brown morocco backed slipcase and chemise. Provenance: with the pen trials Richard Wiyeth on the preliminaries and last leaves, dated 1699; with the engraved bookplate of Charles Lemuel Nichols M.D. (1851-1929), prominent Worcester physician and member of the American Antiquarian Society. Second overall edition, first edition to be published in London and with the second edition of THE EARLIEST MAP TO BE PRINTED IN AMERICA, first printed and published in America, in the same year, by John Foster of Dorchester, Massachusetts. The map's contents are based on the manuscripts of William Reed, who relied heavily on information collected by members of the Massachusetts General Court's 1652 exploratory expedition. Reed might have also drawn upon the findings of Charles II's 1664 state-sponsored expedition of New England. Foster was born in 1648, and graduated from Harvard in 1667. Though Foster initially found work as a teacher, he eventually pursued a career as an engraver. He also became Boston's first printer after acquiring Marmaduke Johnson's printing press in 1675. Though a 1664 act of the Massachusetts General Court had forbade all printing outside of Cambridge, by 1674 it had granted Foster the right to commence printing in Boston. Foster died of tuberculosis at the age of thirty-three. "A Map of New-England" was originally produced to accompany the text of Reverend William Hubbard's historical work, "A Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians in New England", as here. The Massachusetts General Court sanctioned the printing of Hubbard's work on March 29, 1677. Hubbard was born in Essex, England, but like Foster had graduated from Harvard. Hubbard also served as President of Harvard College and minister of the church of Ipswich. Hubbard's "Narrative ..." no doubt constituted his most significant literary accomplishment. The work was devoted to narrating the history of King Philip's War, a violent conflict between southern New England Native Americans and English colonists that spanned the years of 1675 and 1676. Thus, several of the cities featured on the map correspond directly to events narrated in Hubbard's work, and all numbers seen on the chart refer to specific pages of the author's text. This finely rendered and rare map remains integral to any study of American printing. Moreover, it depicts regions associated with one of the colonial era's most significant and destructive Anglo-Indian wars. Philip D. Burden, The Mapping of North America II: A List of Printed Maps 1671-1700 (Rickmansworth, 2007), 113-117; Barbara B. McCorkle, New England in Early Printed Maps 1513 to 1800 (Providence RI, 2001) no. 677.2; Thomas Suárez, Shedding the Veil (Singapore, 1992), 137-139; J. C. Wheat & C. F. Brun, Maps and Charts Published in America before 1800 (Holland Press Cartographica, 1978), 144-145. .

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        A NARRATIVE OF THE TROUBLES WITH THE INDIANS IN NEW-ENGLAND, FROM THE FIRST PLANTING THEREOF IN THE YEAR 1607, TO THIS PRESENT YEAR 1677. BUT CHIEFLY OF THE LATE TROUBLES IN THE TWO LAST YEARS, 1675 AND 1676. TO WHICH IS ADDED A DISCOURSE ABOUT THE WARRE

      Boston: Printed by John Foster, 1677.. [14],132,[8],7-12,[2],88pp., including several pagination errors. Map supplied in facsimile. Small quarto. Sumptuously bound in 19th century blue morocco by Pawson and Nicholson, with elaborately gilt boards and spine, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Bookplates on front pastedown, early ownership signature and notes (see below). Small chips in edges of titlepage. Trimmed close, occasionally touching a page number, running title, or catchword. Occasional staining. One leaf supplied from the London, 1677 edition (see below), map supplied in facsimile. Withal, still a very good copy. The very rare first edition, printed in Boston, of William Hubbard's crucially important history of the Indian wars of New England, a cornerstone Americanum. A London edition followed, published in the same year. Hubbard was born in England and came to the colonies in 1635, eventually becoming pastor of the church in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He was closely involved in the government of the colony during King Philip's War and this work, along with those of Increase and Cotton Mather, is the best and fullest account of the events of the struggle in Massachusetts. Hubbard and Increase Mather differed with each other on a number of points, and this book seems to have ignited the envy of the latter. "[Hubbard] was distinguished, in an age and country of bigots, for his liberality, moderation, and piety, and his narrative has always been regarded as authoritative by historians" - Church. This copy is without the incredibly rare map of New England by John Foster, the first map printed in English America, supplied here in facsimile. Of the fifty copies of the Boston printing of the book examined by Randolph G. Adams, more than half were missing the map. This is one of the first books printed in Boston, as all printing in the British colonies up to 1676 had been done in neighboring Cambridge. Most bibliographers refer to two "issues" of this 1677 Boston edition. This is the presumed "second issue" of Hubbard's work, with the twelve-line errata on the verso of the final text leaf (other copies are known with a ten-line errata) and with extra leaves in the M signature of the first part (see Church for these and other details). Adams, however, takes the "issue" question many steps further by pointing out that there are as many as twenty-five variant "issues" of the Boston printing of the text. The first two pages of the unpaginated eight- page section in the middle of the text, "A Table shewing the Towns and Places which are inhabited by the English in New- England," have been supplied in this copy from a copy of the 1677 London edition. Two leaves from that London edition have been joined together to make a new single leaf (resulting in a thicker sheet of paper), so that the text begins on the recto of the leaf signed * (rather than "T" as in the Boston edition), continues onto the verso of the made-up leaf, and then properly continues onto the leaf signed T2 of the Boston printing. This copy bears a long and distinguished provenance, having the early ownership signature of the antiquarian and editor, John Farmer, on the first page of the text, and several manuscript notes of a historical nature throughout. It also bears the bookplates of E. Stanley Hart and Roderick Terry (one of the most famous American book collectors of the early 20th century) on the front pastedown. Randolph Adams lists this copy in his study of Hubbard's work, and notes that it was also owned by the printer Theodore Low DeVinne (a founder of the Grolier Club), and by William W. Cohen. Adams further notes that this copy was probably the one used by Samuel G. Drake in editing his 1865 edition of the book. A remarkably important work, one of the earliest such histories written and published in the colonies, here in the very rare Boston first edition. EVANS 231. NAIP w013814. CHURCH 650. HOWES H756, "dd." SABIN 33445. FIELD 731. STREETER SALE 640. STREETER, AMERICANA BEGINNINGS 14. VAIL 184. Randolph G. Adams, "William Hubbard's NARRATIVE, 1677: A Bibliographical Study" in PAPERS OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA (Vol. 33, 1939) pp.25-39.

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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 ?Cologne? editions, an engraved frontispiece (reading Il pastor fido) after Webber by Blooteling and 5 plates by the latter, which are included in the pagination?.

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        Histoire du gouvernement de Venise, par le Sieur Amelot de la Houssaie.

      [Together with:] Suplement a l'histoire du gouvernement de Venise. Par le Sieur Amelot de la Houssaie. Paris, Frederic Leonard, 1677. 8vo. (30),+ 416,+ (38); 200,+ (8),+ 8 pp. The supplement with damp stain in upper margin throughout. Contemporary full calf, spines richly gilt with raised bands, red marbled edges. Two volumes, a minor hole in spine of the first volume. From the library of L. F. Rääf, with its exlibris in both volumes. Old library mark in ink, "Nr. 2" in the first, and "Nr. 111" in the second volume. First published in 1676. This is the first 8vo edition from 1677. It was re-issued in several editions. The last 8 pages of the suplement with new heading: "Mémoire pour servir à la défense de l'Histoire du gouvernement de Venise". Amelot de la Houssaye was secretary to the French embassy at Venice and his account of the Republic for the first time revealed the policy of the Venetian governement. When the book appeared the Venetian state complained to the French court, and Amelot was sent to the Bastille for six weeks. A third part "Examen de la Liberté Originaire de Venise" was also published

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        LES METAMORPHOSES D'OVIDE, EN LATIN ET FRANCOIS, DIVISEES EN XV LIVRES. Avec des nouvelles explications historiques, morales & politiques sur toutes les fables, chacune selon son sujet; de la traduction de M. Pierre Du-Ryer Parisien, de l'Académie Françoise. Edition nouvelle...

      In folio (460x280), mz. pelle mod. con ang., dorso a cordoni con applic. ai riquadri la decoraz. e tit. oro di una legat. settecentesca, 4 cc.nn. (occhietto, frontesp. figur., Indice), 574 pp.num. + (2) per ?occhietto delle Epistres?. Vi sono contenute: "Les Metamorphoses (in 15 libri con circa 200 favole) - Epitres, aucunes en vers et d'autres en prose", molto ben illustrate da 124 grandi pregevoli vignette, inc. in rame da Bouché. Cfr. Benezit,II, p. 621: "Peter Paul Bouché, né vers 1646, hollandais, graveur. On lui doit une suite de planches pour les Métamorphoses d'Ovide (Bruxelles, 1677)? - Brunet,IV,285 - Graesse,V,89. Due carte restaur. per strappo; qualche fiorit. ma certamente un buon esemplare.

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        Memoires de ce qui s'est passé en Suede, et aux provinces voisines, depuis l'année 1645 jusques en l'année 1655; ensemble le demêlé de la Suede avec la Pologne, tirez des depeches de Monsieur Chanut ambassadeur pour le roy en Suede, par P.

      Linage de Vauciennes. 1-3. Köln, chez Pierre du Marteau, 1677. 12:o. (24),+ 427; 477; 496 pp. Genomgående med fläckar, bläckunderstrykningar och enstaka marginalanteckningar. Bläckfläck s. 15 och 388-389 i första delen liksom litet mashål genom sid 21-28, med delbokstavsförlust, och en reva sid 123-124, andra delen med bläckfläck titelbladet och sid. 55-56, reva 29-30 och fuktfläck sid 27-30, tredje delen med svag fuktrand nedtill sid. 23-50. Nötta samtida skinnband, guldornerade men oxiderade ryggar med upphöjda bind och röda titeletiketter. Tre volymer. Volym tre med skada på övre kapitäl. Namnteckningar i bläck på titelbladen, bl.a. Carl Carsell. Trevliga band men fläckiga inlagor. Warmholtz 8322. Willems 1910. Berghman 1797. Med titelbladet i första delen som anger årtalet 1655, och inte 1652. Andra upplagan, den första utkom i Paris 1675. Författare till depescherna var den franska diplomaten Pierre Hector Chanut (1604-67) som åren 1645-49 var fransk ministerresident i Sverige samt innehade ambassadörsposten i Stockholm och i Lübeck 1649-53. Depescherna från 1649 till 1655 anses dock huvudsakligen vara skrivna av Chanuts sekreterare de Piques. Martin Weibull har i "Historisk tidskrift" 1887-88 redogjort för verkets innehåll i jämförelse med originalrapporterna och kritiserar utgivaren Linage de Vaucienne för uteslutningar, misstag m.m. Chanut vann Kristinas gunst och förmedlade bl.a. kontakten med Descartes samt anses ha påverkat drottningen i religionsfrågan. Han var också en av de få samtida som skrev positivt om Kristina. Ett svensk urval utkom 1826 med kommentarer skrivna av Kristina, hämtade ur hennes eget exemplar av "Memoires"

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