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2009-03-15 12:10:16
Paris, 1679. 4to. Cont.hvellum. Engr.frontisp. (26),448,(66),88 pp. and 43 fine engravings in the text. Tear in one leaf rep., no loss. - Houzeau & Lancaster 1037. A good large copy with a few pencilnotes.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2009-03-14 21:11:28
Lugduni (Lyons): Huguetan, 1679. hardcover. very good. 7 leaves, 604pp., 18 page index. Full page copper engraving of the author by Gerard Audran and large engraved printers device on title. Rubricated title. Folio, full original calf, gilt back, rubbed, spine split. Lugduni: Huguetan, 1679. Scarce. Very good. Riviere (1589-1653) was physician to the King of France and professor of medicine at Montpellier. "He was one of the earliest and most prominent advocates of the doctrines of Harvey in France." De Lint. For the author's importance for dermatology, otology, and psychiatry compare Neuburger-Pagel III, pp. 409, 471, 608, for dentistry see Sudhoff, Geschichte der Zahnheilkunde p. 169. GM 2727.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-14 07:18:56
Salmon, William
Printed by the Dawks, at the Bew-Anchor at the West End of St. Pauls, 1679. HORAE MATHEMATICAE SEU URANIA / THE SOUL OF ASTROLOGY CONTAINING THAT ART IN ALL ITS PART IN FOUR BOOKS........, London, Printed by the Dawks, at the Blew-Anchor at the West End of St. Pauls, 1679, first edition, 525 pages which include tables and illustrations, missing the prelims and beginning with the portrait frontis of the author which has been reset without its borders on a new leaf with the 2 pages of adverts at the end and pages 224, 272, 447, 510 & 511 incorrectly numbered as called for in the first printing. Title page remounted on a stub, new end-papers and blank pre-lims and post-lims, else a vg copy with little foxing or page discolorization bound in what appears to be a 20th century burgundy cloth binding with a double ruled gold-gilt leather label stating authors last name and part of title, SOUL OF ASTROLOGY, and with the date stamped in gold-gilt at the base of the spine. A rare book by an author who was a practicing physician as well. [Attributes: First Edition]
2009-03-13 05:19:46
Amsterdam., 1679,. Second Amsterdam edition (the first appeared in 1665).. old full sheep.. Armorial bookplates on pastedowns; bindings rubbed, but tight and sound.. 16mo,.
Bookseller: Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA [Rochester, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-11 07:17:35
OLDHAM, John.]
[London] 1679 - Large folio. pp. 4. Drop-head title. Creases where once folded. Strengthened horizontally with a thin strip of cloth tape on the verso of the second leaf, not affecting the text. The leaf has not been torn. Rebound in twentieth century roan backed boards. Provenance John Brett-Smith. First edition and only separate edition. CBEL 2. p. 480 "pirated". Brooks Bibliography of Oldham 2. Wing O235. L, O, C, LLP, MR; CLC, CN, MH, TU. John Oldham (1653-1683) born near Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Educated at Tetbury Grammar School and St. Edmund Hall Oxford. In 1675 or thereabouts he began life in the humble position of usher at Archbishop Whitgift's School, Croydon where he remained for three years. In one of his satires he gave vent to his hatred of the position he occupied at this "Grammar-Bridewell". During Oldham's residence at Croydon he is said to have received a visit from Rochester, Dorset, Sir Charles Sedley, and some other fine gentlemen and wits. A later poem the Satire against virtue was reprinted in 1680 in an edition of Rochester's poems. His "Satires upon the Jesuits" of which Garnet's ghost is the first are among his best known works. Oldham claimed for himself "a Genius, and Poetic Rage/ Great as the vices of this guilty Age" but the unrestrained violence and obscenity of some of his diatribes did not suit Pope (a Catholic) who spoke of Oldham as "a very indelicate writer; he has strong rage, but is too much like Billingsgate." Despite this Oldham has his place in the history of English poetry as one of Pope's predecessors in the imitative or adaptive … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA)
2009-03-04 21:12:51
[London: ], 1679. Folio. 4pp. Disbound fine copy. Wing P3562A. L, O, OC, LNC; CLC, INU, IU, MH, WF, Y. ESTC adds CSmH. In addition to the tryal of the gang of coiners, watch-makers by trade, operating from a house in Bun-Hill-fields who got caught as a result of sending out a boy with one of their new-minted pieces to buy nutmegs, there are details of the trials of a woman convicted of murdering a bastard child; a woman watch-stealer; several children, male and female for stealing; a young man for setting fire to New-Prison. One Frenchman, indicted for housebreaking, refused to plead and was "put to the Press, the weight whereof in a little time, made him willing to submit to his Tryal, being scarce able to stand when he came out". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA) [Cheshire, United Kingdom]
2009-02-09 09:11:39
- S.n. [Claude Barbin], à Paris 1679, Pet. in-12 (8x13,2cm), 96pp., relié. - L'édition originale date de 1662, avec la date de 1663 sur la page de titre. Elle fut une nouvelle fois éditée en 1674 puis en 1679. Page de titre à la sphère. Edition elzévirienne. Rare. Reliure en plein maroquin bordeaux début XXe Janséniste. Date en queue. dentelle intérieure. Pages de gardes XVIIIe conservées. Une légère mouillure aux deux derniers feuillets.Très bel exemplaire. L'étourdi est considéré comme une des premières véritables pièces de Molière, dans laquelle il crée pour la première fois le personnage de Mascarille. Il la jouera en premier lieu à Lyon en 1653, puis à Paris en 1658, et ne prendra un privilège pour la faire imprimée qu'en 1660. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] The First edition date of 1662, with the date 1663 on the title page. It was again published in 1674 and then in 1679 Title page to the sphere. Elzévirienne Edition. Rare. Burgundy full morocco early twentieth Jansenist. Date tail. interior lace. Pages eighteenth guards kept. A slight wetness in the last two nice copy feuillets.Très. The dizzy is considered one of the first real pieces of Molière, in which he created for the first time the character of MASC. He goes first place in Lyon in 1653 and Paris in 1658, and only takes a privilege to be printed only in 1660. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! 96pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2009-02-02 06:15:49
Parisiis , Courterot , 1679 , 6 vols in 4° plein veau , 609 - 672 - 656 -664 - 730 - 672 pp Tome 1 en mauvais état : Forte mouillure sur les premières pages avec manque de papier sur la page de garde , manque de cuir sur un tiers du dos. Autres volumes ; Bon état général , quelques mors faibles sans plus. Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Nord Sud [kervignac, France]
2008-12-23 10:34:04
Noldius Christianus
Hafniæ : Sumptibus Authoris,, 1679. Collation, engraved frontis and title page,printed title, 1010pp. Bound in full contemporary vellum, vellum dust stained, some minor wear abrasions, but binding in very good solid condition. Internally, some spotting or browning throughout, pages in good condition throughout. A good copy, in a very nice contemporary full vellum binding. Book measures 18x23cms.A71. Thick Quarto.
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books
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2008-12-04 15:46:48
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. ; Benserade, Isaac de, 1613-1691 ; Le Clerc, Sébastien,; 1637-1714 ; Chauveau, François ; 1613-1676 ; Hagen, Christian, 17th cent.; Le Brun, Charles,; 1619-1690
Amsterdam : Chez Abraham Wolfgang, MDCLXXIX (1679)., 1679. Book. Good. Hardcover. 7 pp., leaf, 462, [6] pp. : illustrated ; 16 cm. ; Signatures: *3,*4, A2-V4 ; Contains the 226 finely executed engravings by Le Clerc and Chauveau copied from the Paris edition of 1676./ Printer's device on title page. ; OCLC: 14105813 ; LC: PA6523. M2 ; "Lettre de M. Le Brun a M. de Benserade" as preface ; contemporary banded leather, with gold lettering and tooling, much worn ; an ink stain on front ep ; presentation label from previous owner on front ep ; anagrams in ink on title page ; page 21/22 contains a tear through the whole of the middle section ; some tears in other pages, but all plates appear to be present ; first signature loose ; only 8 copies held in libraries worldwide ; scarce ; G.
Bookseller: Joseph Valles - Books
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2008-12-01 06:22:38
Murphy, Henry C., ed.
1679. Brooklyn: Long Island Historical Society All are 1sts thus, royal 8vo editions. Vol. 1: Jaspar Dankers & Peter Sluyter, 'Journal of a Voyage to New York and a Tour in Several of the American Colonies in 1679-80', 1867. 440 pp. incl. index + 12 plates, some folding; 7-12 are chromolithographs, and there is an extra #10 bound in after #12. Gilt-stamped pebbled green cloth, teg. Vg-; slt. shakem, and there is a sm. tear at bottom of spine. Contents vg+. Vol. 2: Thomas W. Field, 'The Battle of Long Island', 1869. 549 pp. incl. index + 2 folding battle maps and 5 b&w plates. Smooth green cloth, gilt-stamped, vg+; slt. wear at spine ends. Vol. 3: Henry P. Johnston, 'The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn', 1878. In two parts, same book, 300 + 209 pp. incl. index + errata slip bound in at p. 299 + 6 maps & 4 portraits (steel engravings). 2 of the maps are very large folding maps; the thin paper is very brittle, and one map has tears in some of the folds. Smooth green cloth, gilt-stamped; vg+. Vol. 4: Moncure Daniel Conway (ed.), 'George Washington and Mount Vernon', 1889. 352 pp. incl. index. In pebbled cloth of a darker green than the other vols., gilt-stamped, teg, vg- (tears to spine ends, chip to cloth on head. An attractive set; all gilt still bright. Please be aware that shipping this item will require extra charges above our standard rate.. First Thus. Hard Cover.
Bookseller: PAGE ONE TOO [Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.]
2008-11-29 16:15:48
LE BRUN, Charles (1619-1690), Jacques BAILLY (1629-1679), Sébastien LE CLERC (1637-1714) - André FÉLIBIEN, Sieur des Avaux et de Jevercy (1619-1695)
Paris: Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1679. Folio. (19 5/8 x 13 3/4 inches). Title with engraved vignette. Additional engraved title, 2 engraved section titles, 8 double-page plates from the designs of le Brun, by Sebastien le Clerc and others, 32 emblematic half-page illustrations after Jacques Bailly, 3 engraved head- or tailpieces, 2 engraved initials, extra- illustrated with 4 additional plates by le Clerc after le Brun, lacking the single leaf `Avertissement' (Some light old dampstaining, leaf Pp with ink marking in outer blank margin). Contemporary French red morocco gilt, the covers paneled with triple fillets around large centrally-placed French royal arms of Louis XIV , crowned double-L cypher at inner corners of panel, spine in seven compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second, the others with repeat decoration of smaller crowned double-L cypher with small fleur-de-lys tool, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy of the second edition of this work, celebrating the virtues of King Louis XIV, in a royal presentation binding, featuring the work of one of the greatest engravers of the time: Sebastien le Clerc. The work, first published in Paris in 1670, describes in detail the two series of tapestries commissioned by the King on the twin themes of the four elements and the four seasons, the central panels were painted by Le Brun, with emblematic roundels in the borders at each corner after the miniatures of Jacques Bailly (1625-1679). These roundels are visible on each of the plates but are also enlarged and embellished and printed as half-page illustrat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2008-11-21 15:30:12
Horatius Flaccus, Quintus]. - Mattei, Loreto.
Rieti, Giovanni Ottavio Pitoni, 1679. (12), 361, (1) SS. Etwas späterer Pappband mit Buntpapierbezug. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Loreto Mattei (1621-1705) aus Rieti gilt als einer der wichtigsten Dichter der sabinischen Landschaft und ein früher Advokat der italienischen (toskanischen) Sprache im Gegensatz zur fortgesetzten Pflege der toten Sprache Latein. Seine volkssprachliche Horaz-Übertragung hatte der Komponist Ottavio Pitoni (1657-1743) angeregt und finanziert. Durchgehend im zweisprachigen Paralleldruck. - Etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig (Titel stärker); Titel mit zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk sowie späterem Namensstempel (dieser am Vorsatz wdh.). Schweiger II.1, 444. Vgl. Libreria Vinciana 2533 (nur die 2. A.). Graesse III, 364 (ebenfalls nur spätere Ausg. dieser Übertragung). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2008-11-16 11:36:05
Laurens Lemolt, Avignon 1679, in64 (25,3x18cm), 59pp., reli´┐Ż. Avignon: Laurens Lemolt, Avignon 1679, in64 (25,3x18cm), 59pp., relié., 1679. in64 (25,3x18cm). - Laurens Lemolt, Avignon 1679, in64 (25,3x18cm), 59pp., relié. - First Edition. Rare. Assenti i cataloghi francesi. Pieno di pelle di pecora marmorizzato tempo, indietro lavorata sollevato (un fiore all'occhiello in una doppia cornice). Binding sfregato, molti graffi sulla cover, con una lacrima in mancanza dei rotatori. Protezione della coda logoro. Tavola sulla necessità di creazione di Avignone e l'istituzione di un tribunale commerciale per regolare i vari scambi e gestire il business. Composto da tre parti, una parte introduttiva dell'avvocato Jerome Folard (che rappresenta la comunità di mercanti), che ritrae le manifatture della città e della regione, l'importanza degli scambi di Avignone e l'obbligo e Il vantaggio della creazione di un tale tribunale dove i commercianti saranno giudicati da mercanti. La seconda parte consiste nella bolla di erezione della Corte stessa, e la terza definisce gli articoli di Francois Nicolini. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. Absent aux catalogues français. Reliure en pleine basane marbrée d'époque, dos à nerfs orné (un fleuron dans un double encadrement). Reliure frottée, nombreuses épidermures sur les plats, un accroc avec manque en coiffe. Coiffe de queue élimée. Plaquette concernant la nécessité en Avignon de la création et l'établissement d'un tribunal de commerce destiné à régler les différents commerciaux et à gérer le négoce. Composé de trois parties, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2008-10-15 14:26:24
Gabaret, Jean, Sieur d'Angoulins:
[Np]. 1679-1681.. A total of [52]pp. of neat manuscript written in French on folded sheets. Folio. Original ribbon ties. Overall in excellent condition. In a half morocco and cloth box. From the papers of Michel Bégon (see below). This French manuscript records two separate voyages to the Caribbean by Lieut. Gabaret during 1679-81. Gabaret, a member of a family prominent in French naval affairs of this period, served with distinction in the European wars of the previous decade. He was sent to the Antilles aboard Le Bon, leaving Brest with a squadron of other vessels including Le Triomphant, L'Opiniastre, and Le Tigre. The Comte Destrées, vice admiral of France, apparently led the expedition to the American islands. The squadron arrived in Martinique on June 22, 1679, sighted Jamaica on July 18, entered the port of Havana to request the return of French prisoners, and coasted Jamaica, noting navigational details. They departed Jamaica on Aug. 26, the French vessels struggling through a hurricane from Sept. 5 to 15, and then sighting Florida. In October the expedition returned to Brest with four vessels. The second expedition, covering the period from April 20, 1680 through March 2, 1681, was also sent to retrieve French prisoners in the Spanish Caribbean possessions. It consisted of several vessels under the command of Destrées, including L'Excellent, L'Hasardeux, La Diligente, Le Marin, La Tempeste, and Les Seux. Land was first sighted on June 23. On July 4 the group set out for St. Croix from Fort St. Pierre in Martinique. Arriving on July 7, they anchored at S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-09-30 12:22:01
Imprenta Imperial, Madrid 1679 - 19x15, 4h, 284p, 11h, texto a dos columnas, alg. hoja con óx. Pergamino (algo det. en lomo). - Palau 2864.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería
2008-07-25 17:24:02
Schefferus. CÖLERUS, M. Johannes & BOREANDROS, O.
Utan ort, (1679). 4:o. (4) s. Något lagerfläckig. Två hyllningsdikter på grekiska, den ena av en Cölerus, eventuellt Johann Köler (†1712) från Lübeck, som var rektor vid Tyska skolan i Stockholm, och den andra av någon Boreandros (namnet endast utsatt i grekisk form).
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
2008-05-22 10:32:37
Schefferus. SÖDERHOLM, Jakob.
Stockholm, Joh. Georg, Eberdt, (1679). 4:o. (4) s. Träsnitt på titelbladets baksida. Tagen ur band. Bläckanteckningar på titelsidan. Begravningsvers över Johannes Schefferus.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
2008-05-22 10:32:37
Schefferus. MICRANDER, Julius.
(Stockholm, 1679?). 4:o. (4) s. Fläck på titelbladet. Tagen ur band. Tillskrift "Mons. Dahl" i rött på titelsidan. Begravningsvers på grekiska över Johannes Schefferus. Julius Micrander (1640-1702) blev 1676 professor i grekiska i Uppsala och 1694 superintendent i Härnösands stift.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2008-03-07 16:08:59
London, 1679 This trial was a consequence of the Popish Plot. Sir George Wakeman ( physician to the Queen), William Marshall , William Rumley and James Corker ( Benedictine Monks), were accused by Titus Oates and others of conspiring to murder King Charles II. They were tried on 18 July 1679 and acquitted after the jury had been instructed that it could not find them guilty of misprision of high treason (ie having knowledge but without necessarily involvement in the offence). After the trial Wakeman left the country and Rumley was found to be a lay brother. However Marshall and Corker were promptly rearrested for being priests; although convicted and sentenced to death they were not executed but were imprisoned until the accession of James 11 in 1685 . pp (4) + 84. Internally very good subject to some inoffensive marking and staining. Recently rebound in quarter leather.. Quarter Leather. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Bookseller: LONGLAND BOOKS [Totteridge, LDN, United Kingdom]
2008-03-07 16:08:59
A sensationally-phrased but amazingly perceptive contemporary analysis of the Popish Plot, written just after the acquittal of George Wakeman and others had swung the balance against Oates, supposedly written by a former clerk to an imaginary judge. Modern calf, some light browning, else quite a good copy. Printed for A. Brewster [F. Smith], London, 1679.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2008-03-01 23:46:02
DU VAL, Pierre (1618-1683)
Paris: M[ademois]elle DuVal, dated 1679 [but 1688]. Copper-engraved wall map, with original outline colour, from Duval's "Carte de Geographie," on four unjoined sheets, expertly re-margined with laid paper on two sides of each sheet, compensating margins at the places where the maps were previously joined. Each sheet 19 1/8 x 23 5/8 inches, if joined the sheets would form a map measuring 34 x 45 inches. A magnificent seventeenth century wall map of the Americas and the Western Hemisphere by one of the greatest French cartographers This superb map of the New World evinces mid-seventeenth century French geographical knowledge, based largely upon the work of the great French cartographer, Nicolas Sanson, Duval's father-in-law. It is also an excellent example of the French cartographic aesthetic, exalting clarity and classical elegance. Duval, with some geographical modernizations, based this map on his smaller 1655 rendering of the same subject. California is depicted as an island, as rendered by contemporary Dutch cartographers such as Frederick de Wit and Carel Allard. A speculative aspect also dominates the portrayal of the rest of the American Southwest, such as the labelling of the mythical land of "Quivira" on the mainland, and the depiction of the Rio Grande as having its source in the fictitious "Lac de Conibas," and its terminus in the Gulf of California. The depiction of the American Northeast is somewhat more progressive than that shown by Sanson. New York, Boston, Cape Cod, Virginia and Maryland are each specifically named. Up into the interior, Duval shows … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2007-10-21 08:59:37
WILLIAMS William, SMITH John, RA, ATKYNS Sir Robert, Williams Bishop John, Ticklefoot Tom, BEDLOE Capt William, Etc
Thomas Newcomb & Henry Hills, London: William Williams, 1679 In full soft brown leather, blind tooled to front and rear covers, edges and corners a little bumped. Spine has raised bands, no title. Internally fep a little loose with lots of old ink notes on the book contents. A collection of the trials and proceedings and the last Scaffold speeches against the Popish plotters, some of which are listed below: Case against the Earl of Danby and Ralph Montagu 1679: Information of Stephen Dugdale, published by William Williams, Speaker, 1680: An Answer to Mr Langhorn's Speech 1679: No faith or credit to be given to Papists being a discourse occasioned by the late conspirators dying in the denyal of their guilt with particular reflections on the perjury of Viscount Strafford both at his tryal, and in his speech on the scaffold in relation to Mr Stephen Dugdale and Mr Edward Turbervill, by John Smith, London, 1681: Reflections on the sincerity of the Papists, occasioned by the speech of William, Late Viscount Stafford on the Scaffold at Tower Hill: First Letter concerning my Lord Ruffel's Tryal: An Argument in the great case concerning election of members, to Parliament between Sir Samuel Bernardiston and Sir William Soames... by Sir Robert Atkyns, London, 1689: An Impartial consideration of those speeches which pass under the name of the Five Jesuits. Lately executed Viz. Mr Whitebread, Mr Harcourt, Mr Gawen, Mr Turner and Mr Fenwick, by Bishop John Williams, London, 1679: Last speeches of Captain Thomas Walcott, pages 9-24: The Tryal of William Hone, pages 24-28 complete … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Madoc Books
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