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        The History of the Reformation of the Church of England. Vol. 1: The First Part, of the Progress made in it during the Reign of K. Henry the VIII. / Vol. 2: The Second Part, of the Progress made in it till the Settlement of it in the beginning of Q. Elisabeth's Reign. / Vol. 3: The Third Part. Being a Supplement to the Two Volumes formerly published.

      Vol. 1: Second Edition, Corrected. / Vol. 2: First Edition / Vol. 3: First Ed. Three Volumes. London, Richard Chiswell (vol1&2), A. Millar (vol.3), 1681 / 1681 / 1753. 21 x 32 cm, Vol. 1: (4), (14), 377 + 368 pages, (4) with eight leaves of plates / Vol. 2: (4), (20), (421), (8), (416), (8) with ten leaves of plates / Vol. 3: (6), xiv, xxij, 770 pages, x, (4). Decorated Half-leather binding with brown cloth. Five raised Bands. Gilt titles on spines and small gilt decorations on boards. Bindings and endpapers not contemporary. All three volumes in very good condition. Tight bindings. Edges and paper age darkened. Minor foxing and browning. Boards rubbed and partially discoloured. All three volumes with Ex Libris (Rev. David Miller) on front pastedowns. Previous owners marks inside volumes: All three volumes belonged to Rev. David Miller (Ex Libris) All three volumes are stamped / printed with R.G. Curtois 1823 (on half title or ffep) Inscription on half-title vol.1 reads: ‚Geo: Clerk Esq' March 30, 1751' and J.Milne 2 vol: [unreadable]. Inscriptions opposite title pages in vol. 1 & 2 reads: ‚Dr. Gilbert Burnet gave me this book June the 4 (the year of the lord) 1683'. Gilbert Burnet (18 September 1643 - 17 March 1715) was a Scottish philosopher and historian, and Bishop of Salisbury. He was fluent in Dutch, French, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. Burnet was highly respected as a cleric, a preacher, an academic, a writer and a historian. He was always closely associated with the Whig party, and was one of the few close friends in whom King William III confided. In the mid-1670s, a French translation of Nicholas Sanders' De origine et progressu schismatio Anglicani libri tres (1585) appeared. Sanders attacked the English Reformation as a political act carried on by a corrupt king. Several of Burnet's friends wished him to publish a rebuttal of the work, so in 1679 his first volume of The History of the Reformation of the Church of England was published. This covered the reign of Henry VIII; the second volume (1681) covered the reign of Elizabeth and the Elizabethan Religious Settlement; the third volume (1715) consisted of corrections and additional material. His literary reputation was greatly enhanced by this publication. The Parliament of England voted thanks for Burnet after the publication of the first volume, and in 1680 the University of Oxford awarded Burnet the degree of Doctor of Divinity on the advice of William Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury. For over a century this was the standard reference work in the field, although Catholics disputed some of its content. (Wikipedia)

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        Catalogus Antiquarum Et Novarum Rerum Ex longe dißitis terrarum oris : Quarum visendarum copia Lugduni In Batavis In Anatomia Publica.

      Leiden, Daniel van der Boxe. 1681 - Klein-4°. 14 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Mit einer Holzschnittvignette auf dem Titel. Broschur der Zeit. Vergleiche Krivatsy 12482. - Einer von mehreren Drucken, die bis ins 18. Jahrhundert erschienen, erstmals 1671. Hier mit einer Vorrede von Heinrich Cramer, einem lateinischen Widmungsgedicht von Cornelius van der Maersche und im Anhang mit 4 Lobgedichten in Holländisch über die berühmte Anatomie von P. Angillius, W. Prins, H. Cramer und J.Z. Baron. - Der Katalog beschreibt alle in der anatomischen Sammlung ausgestellten Objekte: Vom Elefantenschädel bis zur ägyptischen Mumie. - Einband fleckig und mit kleinen Abrissen. Etwas fleckig. - Trotz mehreren Auflagen selten.

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        The Dissenters Sayings. The Second Part

      London: Printed for Joanna Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of St. Paul's Church-yard, 1681. First Edition. Stiff wraps. Good. Approx. 7.25" X 5.5" wraps. [14]pp, 79pp. Wraps with later stiff paper covers. Newer stitching repair using white cloth. Paper cover is stained on front and chipped. Title page chipped at top with partial loss of title words. Small chip on next page lower edge. "Diffenters" printed in pencil under the title (the ff's=ss).

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        Afbeeldingen van de kleedingen, zeden en gewoonten in Holland, met den aanvang der negentiende eeuw. ... Tableaux des habillements, des moeurs et des coutumes en Hollande, au commencement du dix-neuvième siècle. ...Amsterdam, Evert Maaskamp, [1811?]. Imperial 4to (30 x 25.5 cm). Engraved allegorical frontispiece dated 1805, and 20 numbered engraved plates of Dutch costumes, all dated 1811, frontispiece and plates coloured for the publisher by the painter Jan Willem Pieneman. Contemporary boards, orange paper sides edged with a gold-tooled roll. Rebacked in red morocco (ca. 1900?).

      Colas 1681; Landwehr, Coloured plates 362; Vinet 2216 (2nd of 3 eds. listed). Second edition in the original Dutch and French, printed from the plates of the first edition, of the famous first Dutch costume book to cover the different costumes of the various provinces, edited by the well-known publisher Evert Maaskamp (1769-1834) in Amsterdam. The illustrations are much more than just costume plates, for they show people (mostly peasants, but also city dwellers, clergymen, soldiers and others) engaged in a wide variety of activities (selling goods, going to church, courting, etc.), though always in their best clothes. The costumes include those of the Moravian brethren. Each plate has an engraved caption in French and Dutch with a detailed explanation on separate letterpress leaves in Dutch and French. The extensive texts accompanying the plates describe the costumes and people in their cultural, historical, moral and social context. The introduction notes that the costume plates were drawn from life under the direction of Jacques Kuyper (1761-1808), engraved by Lodewijk Gottlieb Portman (1772-post 1828) and coloured by the now famous Dutch painter Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853).With an 1816 Dutch inscription and two bookplates, manuscript titles and captions in English. In very good condition, with only an occasional minor spot or smudge and with a small corner of 1 leaf cut off, not approaching the text, and nearly untrimmed. The binding is rubbed and the board edges tattered. A beautiful, important and culturally illuminating costume book from the Napoleanic Netherlands.

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        Strange and wonderful news from Norwich;

      single sheet folio, (2)pp., caption title, in fine modern maroon quarter morocco over cloth boards, spine gilt lettered, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. A very good copy indeed.Publisher: [London: s.n.Year: 1681]Edition: First and only edition.

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        ONUPHRII PANVINII VERONENSIS, DE LUDIS CIRCENSIBUS, LIBRI II. DE TRIVMPHIS, LIBER UNUS. QUIBUS UNIUERSA FERÈ ROMANORUM VETERUM SACRA RITVSQ. DECLARANTUR Ac Figuris Aeneis Illustrantur.

      Patavii: Typis Petri Marie Frambotti. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1681. Hardcover. Folio bound in original embossed vellum with spine label present. Four parts, each with decorated title-pages. Text is Latin except for PART III in Greek. PART I: (ii b) , (xviii) , 148pp; Illustrations of games, triumphs, and circuses at Rome, Pompeii and Constantinople, mainly based on Roman coins and sculpture. 24 double-page plates with one 4-page fold-out, 7 other fold-out plates & numerous decorative vignettes. PART II (Argoli) : (xii) , pp 1-94. PART III (Pinellus: Additamentum in Quo Graeca) : pp 95-125. PART IV (Maderi: In Onuphrii Panvinii De Triumpho) : pp 136-147; text is decorated with 22 circular or square framed illustrations (mainly coins). Covers are lightly soiled. Vellum on bottom of rear cover has loosened a bit. Interior of text Is clean. Endpapers have a few wrinkles. Plates are in VG condition without tears. Top corner torn off p.67. This book Is from the estate of the descendants of noted American impressionist J Alden Weir. Roman Sports, Games ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 147 pages .

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        Afbeeldingen van de kleedingen, zeden en gewoonten in Holland, met den aanvang der negentiende eeuw. . Tableaux des habillements, des moeurs et des coutumes en Hollande, au commencement du dix-neuvième siècle. .Amsterdam, Evert Maaskamp, [1811?]. Imperial 4to (30 x 25.5 cm). Engraved allegorical frontispiece dated 1805, and 20 numbered engraved plates of Dutch costumes, all dated 1811, frontispiece and plates coloured for the publisher by the painter Jan Willem Pieneman. Contemporary boards, orange paper sides edged with a gold-tooled roll. Rebacked in red morocco (ca. 1900?).

      - Colas 1681; Landwehr, Coloured plates 362; Vinet 2216 (2nd of 3 eds. listed). Second edition in the original Dutch and French, printed from the plates of the first edition, of the famous first Dutch costume book to cover the different costumes of the various provinces, edited by the well-known publisher Evert Maaskamp (1769-1834) in Amsterdam. The illustrations are much more than just costume plates, for they show people (mostly peasants, but also city dwellers, clergymen, soldiers and others) engaged in a wide variety of activities (selling goods, going to church, courting, etc.), though always in their best clothes. The costumes include those of the Moravian brethren. Each plate has an engraved caption in French and Dutch with a detailed explanation on separate letterpress leaves in Dutch and French. The extensive texts accompanying the plates describe the costumes and people in their cultural, historical, moral and social context. The introduction notes that the costume plates were drawn from life under the direction of Jacques Kuyper (1761-1808), engraved by Lodewijk Gottlieb Portman (1772-post 1828) and coloured by the now famous Dutch painter Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853).With an 1816 Dutch inscription and two bookplates, manuscript titles and captions in English. In very good condition, with only an occasional minor spot or smudge and with a small corner of 1 leaf cut off, not approaching the text, and nearly untrimmed. The binding is rubbed and the board edges tattered. A beautiful, important and culturally illuminating costume book from the Napoleanic Netherlands. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire des juifs, ecrite par Flavius Joseph, Sous le Titre de Antiquitez judaiques, traduite sur l'Original Grec reveu sur divers Manuscrits, par Monsieur Arnauld d'Andilly.

      Amsterdam, Schippers & Wetstein 1681.. Edition nouvelle, enrichie de quantité de figures en taille-douce. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. gr.-4°. Gest. Tit., 11 Bll., 464 S., 10 Bll., S. 477-758, 11 Bll. (Index). Mit 228 gr. Textkupfern. HLdr. d. 18. Jhdts. Auf 6 Bünden. Mit Rückengoldpräg. Tit. staubl. Kl. Fehlstellen u. Randrisse am gest. Tit. unterlegt. Mehrere Risse geklebt. Graesse III, 483; Brunet III, 572 - "Edition recherchee". Diese Ausgabe folgt jener, die zuvor in Paris erschien. Übers. v. Arnauld d'Andilly (1589-1674).

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        Glossographia; or A dictionary interpreting hard words of whatsoever language, now used in our refined English tongue; with etymologies, definitions, and historical observations on the same. Also the terms of divinity, law, physick, musick, mathematicks, war, heraldry, and other arts and sciences explicated

      London: printed by Thomas Newcomb, and to be sold by Tho. Flesher, 1681. Fifth edition "with many additions," 8vo, pp. [16], 712; text in double column; 20th-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, burgundy gilt morocco spine label; title page fore-edge worn and chipped, not affecting text, crude tape repair to 1 1/2-inch tear to bottom edge; ownership signatures, dated 1705, of "Thos. Lane" on title page and repeatedly throughout; textblock very good and sound. First published in 1656, this work, which brought Blount nothing but his own satisfaction, was revised and enlarged by William Nelson in 1717 and adopted by Edward Philips in his New World of English Words published a year later. Starnes & Noyes, p. 46: "Blount is the first lexicographer of a purely English dictionary to attempt an etymology of words." He is also the first English lexicographer to cite authorities consulted. Wing B-3339; Alston V, 52; O'Neil B-150; Vancil, p. 26.

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        ASIA / ODER: AUSFUHRLICHE BESCHREIBUNG DES REICHS DES GROSSEN MOGOLS UND EINES GROSSEN THEILS VON INDIEN

      Nurnberg: Johann Hoffmanns, 1681. [6],300pp. plus twenty-eight plates (four of them double- page) and a double-page map. [bound with:] Dapper, Olfert: BESCHREIBUNG DES KONIGREICHS PERSIEN IN SICH HALTEND DIE LANDSCHAFFTEN FARS.... Nurnberg: Johann Hoffmans, 1681. [2],170,[5]pp. plus eleven plates (eight of them double-page) and three double-page maps. Text printed in double columns. Extra engraved titlepage in first work. Folio. Contemporary vellum, initials and date stamped in gilt on front board, manuscript title at head of spine. Light scattered foxing and tanning. Very good. The first German edition of Dapper's important compilations of travels in Asia and Persia, following the first Amsterdam edition of 1672. Olfert Dapper (1639-89) was a Dutch physician and indefatigable scholar and compiler of travel accounts. Though he apparently never left Amsterdam, Dapper produced several finely illustrated volumes describing travels in Asia, Asia Minor, the Middle East, and Africa. Culled from a variety of accounts, his works were very popular, and are especially noteworthy for their excellent illustrations and maps. The first title in the present volume describes travels in Asia and contains several detailed illustrations of Hindu and Buddhist myths, as well as Indian natives and port scenes. There is also a double- page map of "Indostan," showing the Indian subcontinent. Much of the text relates travels in India, though there are also sections on Kabul and Kandahar. The second title relates travels in Persia and includes a double- page map showing the area encompassing present-day Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. There are double-page plates showing views of the cities of "Schamachie," "Isfahan," "Kom," "Derbendt," and more. OCLC locates only nine copies of this dual issue of Dapper's works. Not in Cox. Scarce. BLACKMER 451. OCLC 6812164.

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        Corpus juris civilis

      Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1681. Three volumes, 8vo. Engraved title in vol. 1. 18th-century calf, spine tooled in blind. Some rubbing and wear to bindings, some browning.

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        Quatrieme Essay. De la nature de couleurs.

      Michallet. (8,5 x 15) PRIMA EDIZIONE. Piena pelle coeva con fregi in oro al dorso. (4) ff, 757 pp.(ma 760) per due errori di numerazione, (1) p. + 17 tavv. f.t. (11 rip.). Rarissimo. Mariotte (1620-1684) pubblicò quattro saggi importanti tra il 1679 ed il 1681, che difficilmente si trovano uniti. Questo trattato sui colori nel quale l'autore descrive i suoi esperimenti con il prisma è sicuramente il più importante dei quattro. Mariotte critica sia la teoria del colore di Newton che la spiegazione meccanica della luce di Descartes. Infine, con la sua interpretazione degli aloni, che occasionalmente sono visibili intorno al sole e alla luna, porta un grande contributo agli studi ottici sull'atmosfera. Poggendorff II-54; Wolf, History of Science I-271-272.

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        Dend store Nordens konnings k. Christians dend femtis berømmelige landtoggs oc aff Gud forleente lyckelige seyervindingers Ilias. beskreffven oc til trycken befodred aff Henrich Thomæ-søn Gerner. Samt [sid 73 nytt titelblad]: Dend store Nordens konnings k. Christians dend femtis, ypperlige søe-rustning, berømmelige søe-slag oc aff Gud forleente lyckelige seyervindingers naffnkundige Ulysses.

      - (Köpenhamn), sal. Daniel Eichhorns efferleffverske, 1681. Folio. (18),+ 137 s. Träsnitt i texten, sid. 71-72 utvikbar och med träsnitt. Genomgående fläckig och lagerfläckig, större sid. 23-27. Nött samtida hfrbd, guldornerad rygg och marmorerat pärmpapper.samtida anteckning på försättsbladet. Senare pappersetikett på frampärmen. Bibl. Danica III, 215. Theasurus 464. Warmholtz 5113. Första upplagan, med tryckåret utsatt. En variant utan utkom, eventuellt en titelupplaga. Med namnet övermålat på s. 70 som vanligt. Lauritz Weibull kommenterade Gerners homeriska försök med att efter hans skildring skulle man tro att Danmark vann slaget vid Lund. ?Den gode biskopen, med all sin välmening, var ingenting mindre än en Homerus? löd Warmholtz lakoniska kommentar. Praktfulla träsnitt illustrerad texten. H. T. Gerner (1629-1700) var lärd präst och sedemera biskop. Under krigsåren 1658-60 plundrades hans prästgård sex gånger av svenskarna och han tillfångatogs 1659. Han fick hårt fängelse med bland annat ett 18 kg tungt järnlod att släpa på i 18 veckor, innan han vid freden 1660 blev fri. Han utvecklade sedan stor verksamhetslust och översatte Hesiodos till danska (1670), skrev inom politik och botanik, och även poesi, vilken dock i tunga alexandriner är mer kulturhistoriskt intressant än poetiskt.

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        A Short View of the Late Troubles in England; briefly setting forth, Their rise, Growth, and Tragical Conclusion. As also, some Parallel thereof with the Barons-Wars in the time of King Henry III. But chiefly with that in France, called the Holy League, in the Reign of Henry III and Henry IV, late Kings of that Realm. To which is added A Perfect Narrative of the Treaty at Uxbridge in an. 1644

      Moses Pitt, Oxford 1681 - Folio (13 x 8 1/4"). [8], 959, [1]pp (Text), [5]pp (Publisher's advertisement). Original blind-stamped calf, with gold lettering and tooling to spine. Raised bands. Engraved frontispiece portrait of King Charles I.* Engraved title vignette. Decorative headpieces and initials. Published anonymously in 1681, and reissued the same year under the name of Sir William Dugdale, "this work establishes a triple parallel between the English Civil War, the Barons' Wars, and late-16th-century French Wars of Religion.Adopting the rhetoric of outrage, Dugdale infers connections between those earlier conflicts and the unfolding Exclusion Crisis.Modern scholars have denounced the party bias of "A Short View" as a falling off from the high standard of Dugdale's earlier antiquarian publications. That someone of Dugdale's stature should have invested time and energy in this kind of project, however, indicates that for him the deployment of the historical parallel, far from compromising the scholarly credentials of his work, was integral to the fulfillment of his duty as both loyal subject and historian" (For more information, see Paulina Kewes' "The Uses of History in Early Modern England" (2006)).Binding rubbed along spine, with head and tail slightly chipped. Closed tears along joints, however, both covers are still firmly attached. Previous owner's Ex-Libris (Lord Lilford) on inside of front cover. Minor and sporadic offsetting / foxing throughout. Binding in overall fair to good-, interior in very good condition. * Charles I, (1600-1649), king of Great Britain and Ireland (1625-49), whose authoritarian rule and quarrels with Parliament provoked a civil war that led to his execution. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Discours sur l'histoire universelle à monseigneur le Dauphin, pour expliquer la suite de la religion & les changemens des empires. Three parts in one volume.

      Paris: Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1681. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 4to (256 x 191 mm). [2], 561 [1], [6] pp. Engraved title vignette, engraved head- and tailpieces and initials. Bound in 19th century elaborate green velvet (spine ends a bit worn, joints somewhat week but cords holding firmly, without closures), upper board with a large figurative brass plate including four corner pieces inlaid with numerous semi-precious stones and a central relief plate made of bone, lower board with a large perforated brass plate*. Internally little browned, some minor spotting in places. Provenance: Armorial bookplate to front pastedown of unknown origin. An outstanding copy in extremely interesting eclectic book cover, which gently serves the style of Gothic and Romanesque. ----PMM 157; En Francais dans le texte 118; Graesse I, 502; Tchemerzine II-365; Le Petit, p.419-420; Brunet I-1134. FIRST EDITION. "The last noteworthy exercise in that type of universal history which, beginning with St. Augustine, interpreted the course of human history as a continuous manifestation of divine providence leading mankind towards salvation" (PMM). *An elaborately designed binding, probably 19th century. The front cover shows in mid-section a crucifixion scene framed by a gothic aedicula, which has been worked out of bone (165 x 90 mm). It is further equipped with a quadrilobe and several cresting flowers. The Body of Christ leaves no doubt that the Savior has already passed away. To the left of the cross, the enervated Mother of God is supported. Above the Crucifixion, in the brass plate, Christ appears as the ruler of the universe, surrounded by the Greek letters for beginning and end. Next to the midfield is St. Andrew, to the right St. Peter. The corner pieces are each decorated with eight smaller and five larger semi-precious stones, such as malachite, agate, amethyst, jasper or carnelian. The rear cover shows the blessing Christ in the Mandorla, surrounded by the four evangelist symbols. A later, approximately 0.5 cm wide edge fitting, partially covers the relief plate. Near Fine.

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        Hispania et Africae pars Occidentalis/ Baeticae Partis uberior descriptio/ Italiae Pars Cum vicinis hinc inde Insulis e Africae parte opposita

      Francoforte 1681 - Rara carta geografica del Mediterraneo tratta dal celebre "Sanuelis Bocharti Geograohia Sacra", edizione di Francoforte sul Meno stampata da David Zunner nel 1681. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Dimensioni 350 285mm

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        Discours sur l'histoire universelle à monseigneur le Dauphin, pour expliquer la suite de la religion & les changemens des empires. Three parts in one volume.

      Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, Paris 1681 - 4to (256 x 191 mm). [2], 561 [1], [6] pp. Engraved title vignette, engraved head- and tailpieces and initials. Bound in 19th century elaborate green velvet (spine ends a bit worn, joints somewhat week but cords holding firmly, without closures), upper board with a large figurative brass plate including four corner pieces inlaid with numerous semi-precious stones and a central relief plate made of bone, lower board with a large perforated brass plate*. Internally little browned, some minor spotting in places. Provenance: Armorial bookplate to front pastedown of unknown origin. An outstanding copy in extremely interesting eclectic book cover, which gently serves the style of Gothic and Romanesque. ---- PMM 157; En Francais dans le texte 118; Graesse I, 502; Tchemerzine II-365; Le Petit, p.419-420; Brunet I-1134. FIRST EDITION. "The last noteworthy exercise in that type of universal history which, beginning with St. Augustine, interpreted the course of human history as a continuous manifestation of divine providence leading mankind towards salvation" (PMM). *An elaborately designed binding, probably 19th century. The front cover shows in mid-section a crucifixion scene framed by a gothic aedicula, which has been worked out of bone (165 x 90 mm). It is further equipped with a quadrilobe and several cresting flowers. The Body of Christ leaves no doubt that the Savior has already passed away. To the left of the cross, the enervated Mother of God is supported. Above the Crucifixion, in the brass plate, Christ appears as the ruler of the universe, surrounded by the Greek letters for beginning and end. Next to the midfield is St. Andrew, to the right St. Peter. The corner pieces are each decorated with eight smaller and five larger semi-precious stones, such as malachite, agate, amethyst, jasper or carnelian. The rear cover shows the blessing Christ in the Mandorla, surrounded by the four evangelist symbols. A later, approximately 0.5 cm wide edge fitting, partially covers the relief plate.- Visit our website for more information and additional images. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Document signed. Paris, December 1681.

      1681. (Oblong) 4to. 1½ pp. On vellum. A receipt for one Alexandre Croizet, recto signed by the royal treasurer Gédéon comte de Rosnay Berbier du Metz (1626-1709), and on the reverse by Colbert. - Somewhat wrinkled and spotty.

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        THE ASCENTS OF THE SOUL: OR, DAVID'S MOUNT TOWARDS GOD'S HOUSE. BEING PARAPHRASES ON THE FIFTEEN PSALMS OF DEGREES [bound with] LA SCALA SANTA: OR, A SCALE OF DEVOTIONS MUSICAL AND GRADUAL: BEING DESCANTS ON THE FIFTEEN PSALMS OF DEGREES, IN METRE; WITH CONTEMPLATIONS AND COLLECTS UPON THEM, IN PROSE, 1670

      London: Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford for Robert Harford, 1681. Head margin of first title page trimmed without loss of text, small burn hole to D1 of the first work and to the final leaf (affecting but not obscuring the text), a few short marginal tears, occaionsl light spots and smudges, endpapers renewed. Corners wearing just a bit, overall very good. Folio. [xvi], 60p; [xxviii], 84p. Two engraved frontispieces by Faithorne and Psall. Woodcut initials and decorations, engraved headpieces in the first work. In a full calf period panel binding, rebacked with gilt spine title. Front pastedown with 19th century inscription, "Ex Libris Carlotta Fuller" pasted near top edge; window-mounted to center, "William Dampier / Jan.y. 1874. / from his father." Modern bookplate of Christopher Rowe. To head margin of first dedication leaf, "John Machin, 1714 / the Gift of my Mother Mrs. Eliz, Machin." Possibly the mathematician and astronomer John Machin (bap. 1686?. d. 1751). Hare (1605/6-1667) was a Royalist nobleman. The Ascents of the Soul, a translation of Lorendano's published in 1681 or 1682, with La Scala Sancta, contains material written in the 1650s. It reports the translator's travels in Italy, but it is probably to be attributed to Coleraine's eldest son, Henry Hare (bap. 1636, d. 1708). (ODNB) ESTC R6897, R5066; Wing L3065, L3069.

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        Miscellaneous Poems [bound With 3 Other Scarce 17th Century Works]

      Printed for Robert Boulter. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1681. Hardcover. B&W Illustrations; Small folio 12"; *** John Dryden. Absalom And Achitophel A Poem, Tonson, 5th ed 1682 [2], 34pp. The Earl of Shaftesbury (Achitophel) had been arrested for treason and committed to the Tower in July, 1681.------300 ***Andrew Marvel, Miscellaneous Poems, printed for Robert Boulter 1681, 138pp. First ed, lacking Engraved frontispiece of Marvell within an eight-sided frame . [which is supplied in slightly smaller facsimile]. Tall Leaves 11 13/16 tall. Woodcut publisher's device on title without initial blank. Second issue with pages 117-30 excised due to removal of Cromwell poems. The cancellanda contained three poems about Oliver Cromwell that the publisher thought it wiser to suppress. Of the first issue with these pages present only two copies are known to exist in the British Library. Prior 536; Wing M872. P 82 numeral correctly printed. Contents clean and VG+---4000-5000***Tryal of William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury William Lord Bishop of Ashaf, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, John Lord Bishop of Chichester, Thomas Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas Lord Bishop of Peterborough. And Jonathan Lord Bishop of Bristol 1688. Frontis of the seven Bishops tried. Dedication of William Henry Prince of Orange. No title page. List of Judges and presiding peers. Reports, [2], [2], 1-52, 89-136, 5-26, 4pp with no numeration, 27-76. Summary of tryal- “The Seven Bishops of the Church of England were those imprisoned and tried for seditious libel related to their opposition to the second Declaration of Indulgence, issued by James II in 1688. In a major embarrassment to the Crown, they were found not guilty…The Declaration granted broad religious freedom in England by suspending penal laws that enforced conformity to the Church of England, by allowing persons to worship in their homes or chapels as they saw fit, and by ending affirming religious oaths as a requirement for employment in government office. [wikipedia]---2000 ***Authors: John Ashton; England and Wales. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery (London and Middlesex) Title: The Arraignment, Tryal, Conviction and Condemnation of John Ashton, Gent. For High-Treason against their Majesties KIng William and Wueen Mary in Conspiring the Death and Deposition of Their Majesties & co. Prited for Samuel Heyrick and Thomas Cockeril 1691. Pp79-132 plus 2 additional pages 133-4 An Account of two letters one of which is from the Late King James to the Pope 1689. Worldcat lists but a single copy and this has the same pagination [79-132] as this copy except that the Worldcat copy lacks the final two pages [133-4]---2000 Law, Religion, Crime, Poetry ; 0 .

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        Charles Le Brun - Château de Sceaux.

      DE HEMELSE VADER OMGEVEN DOOR EEN GLORIE VAN ENGELENKopergravure samengesteld uit vijf afzonderlijk gedrukte bladen, vervaardigd door Girard Audran in 1681 naar een fresco uit de kleine kapel van Ch?teau de Sceaux door Charles LeBrun. Later met de hand gekleurd. Diameter: 116 cm.Charles LeBrun was 'Premier Peintre du Roy? en de onge?venaarde meester van de 17e eeuwse Franse kunst, hij was o.a. verantwoordelijk voor het decoreren van Ch?teaux de Versailles. Girard Audran (1640 - 1703) was LeBruns belangrijkste graveur en reproduceerde veel van diens werken.Lebrun werkte tussen 1670 en 1674 op Ch?teau de Sceaux voor Jean-Baptiste Colbert (minister van financi?n onder Lodewijk de XIV), die hiervan van zijn buitenplaats maakte. Deze gravure is vervaardigd naar een fresco uit de kleine kapel van dit kasteel. Ch?teau de Sceaux wordt tijdens de Franse revolutie genationaliseerd en de inboedel geveild. De kapel raakte vervolgens in verval en werd afgebroken.Prijs: ?3.150,- (incl. 21% BTW).

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        Le Tombeau de la Pauvreté dans lequel il est traité clairement de la transmutation des métaux, & du moyen qu'on doit tenir pour y parvenir. Seconde édition, reveuë & augmentée de la clef, ou explication des mots obscurs. Avec un songe philosophique sur le sujet de l'art.

      Paris, chez L. d'Houry, 1681, pet. in 12, de 17ff-163pp. 2ff. de table, pl. vélin époque, légère tache d'encre au titre sinon bel exemplaire. Rarissime seconde édition augmentée de ce traité d'alchimie attribué par Lenglet-Dufresnoy au Sieur d'Atremont. Cette seconde édition contient en tête une Clef ou déchiffrement des mots obscurs, qui ne figure pas dans l'originale. ¶ Dorbon 5643 "Très rare seconde édition" - Duveen p. 32 - Ferguson I.54 (missing in the Young collection) - Caillet 500 "Livre rarissime... incompréhensible sans la clef, mais qui devient limpide grâce à ce moyen de déchiffrement, qui se trouve dans certains exemplaires" " - Ouvaroff 1226 .

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        Mythographi latini: Hyginus, Fulgentius, Lactantius Placidus, Albricus Philosophus. W.engraved title-page, portrait & 43 text-engravings of constellations in Hyginus' Poeticon astronomicon.

      - Amsterdam, Joh.a Someren, 1681. 2 vol.in 1. (56),488,(38). (Scheffer's Index in Hyginus: 20).(32),330,(26) pp. Vellum (binding a bit dusty, spine well repaired; handwritten prize by Jacobus Borgesius, rector of the Latin School of Groningen, to Jacobus Huchtingius, dated 9 Aug.1684)

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        Historia delle guerre d'Europa arrivate dall'anno 1643. fino al 1680.

      Appresso Nicolò Pezzana, Venetia, 1681. 2 v. legati in uno ([28], 591, [1] p.; [20], 543, [1] p.), 4º(24 cm), pergamena coeva con titoli a china al dorso e al tagli inferiore. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo, più evidenti all'occhietto che presenta anche uno abbozzo di schizzo caricaturale non recente, nome manoscritto a china d'epoca al piede del frontespizio della prima parte. Marca (O519) sui front. Iniziali xilogr. Unica edizione rara, completa di entrambe le parti. L'autore natcque a Modena nel 1635. Dopo aver preso i voti fu al servizio dell'abate Vittorio Siri come "aiutante di studio" dal 1660 al 1668. Alla fine del 1674 il Gazzotti si trovò a Venezia, e lì predispose la stampa della sua Historia, alla quale aveva lavorato sin dal suo ritorno in Italia sei anni prima. Dovette ritardare la pubblicazione a causa del parere negativo dei riformatori. Nel 1680 Gazzotti poté finalmente consegnare al tipografo Nicolò Pezzana il manoscritto dell'opera, i Riformatori lo obbligarono a sopprimere molti passi riguardanti casa Savoia. Fatto ritorno a Modena nell'ottobre 1681, i due volumi dell'Historia delle guerre di Europa dal 1643 al 1680 videro finalmente la luce e Gazzotti ne inviò una copia alla reggente, cogliendo l'occasione per dolersi delle numerose censure alle quali era stato costretto. Il giorno prima, il 15 ottobre, il Gazzotti aveva inviato a Genova un'altra copia dell'Historia, affinché fosse presentata al doge. I due volumi furono rimessi agli inquisitori di Stato, i quali il 1° giugno 1682 comunicavano al doge che l'opera - soprattutto per il modo in cui trattava della guerra di dieci anni prima col duca di Savoia - era degna del gradimento della Repubblica. Il Gazzotti ricevette così non solo una ricompensa di 100 scudi d'oro (che gli giunsero a Modena il 9 agosto 1682) ma anche l'assicurazione che le autorità genovesi (tramite Francesco Maria Sauli) gli avrebbero fornito tutti i documenti necessari per altri suoi lavori, purché mantenesse analogo riguardo per la Repubblica. Il Gazzotti naturalmente accettò, ponendo quale unica condizione che il suo operato rimanesse segreto. Oltre che dalla ricompensa genovese, la lunga attesa per la pubblicazione fu premiata dalla buona accoglienza che l'opera ebbe sia presso il pubblico (tanto che il G., informato che a Bologna si voleva fare un'edizione non autorizzata della sua opera, chiese e ottenne un privilegio col quale si impediva la ristampa per dieci anni), sia presso i dotti.

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        Teatro della Turchia, dove si rappresentano i disordini di essa, il genio, la natura & i costumi di quattordici nazioni, che l'habitano. La potenza degli Ottomani indebolita, le loro tirannie, insulti, e perfidie, tanto contra li stranieri, quanto verso i suoi popoli.

      Malatesta, 1681. In 8°, p. perg., cc.nn. 10 + pp. 530. Testate. Capilettera. Finaline. Front. fig. con inc. di Laurenno, raffigurante putti con stemma papale. App. manoscritti. Menda alla cop. Esempl. sciolto. Tracce di gora su diverse pp. che, tuttavia, non interessano il t.

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        Compendio de las Historias de los Descubrimientos

      1681. First Edition . (INDIA) (BRAZIL) (PHILIPPINES) MARTINEZ DE LA PUENTE, Jose. Compendio de las Historias de los Descubrimientos, Conquistas, y Guerras de la India Oriental, y sus IslasÂ… Madrid: Imprenta Imperial, por la Viueda de Joseph Fernandez de Buendia, 1681. Octavo, late 19th-century half sheep, red morocco spine label, marbled boards. $3800.First edition of Martinez de la PuenteÂ’s history of the Portuguese empire in the East Indies to the year 1600, including a chapter on Brazil, an account of the discovery of the Moluccas, as well as descriptions of the Philippines and New Guinea.Martinez de la Puente compiled his work from various Portuguese authors, notably João de Barros. About New Guinea, “tierra del Papuè,” the author acknowledges that it is not known whether it is an island or part of a Southern Continent: “si bien todavia no se sabe si es Isla, tierra continente (esto es, si está con la tierra Antarctica).” Title page printed in red and black. Text in Spanish. Two text leaves (S4-5) and one leaf of index (Cc7) supplied in a neat manuscript; part of final leaf of index completed by the same hand. Palau 155609. Sabin 44953. Borba de Moraes II:524. Bookplate, from “la Habana,” Cuba.Faint traces of dampstains, a few minor wormholes, occasional tears, all chiefly marginal. A very good copy of this scarce early history of the Portuguese presence in the East Indies.

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        Les Isles Britanniques Qui Contiennent les Royaumes d' Angleterre, Escosse et Irlande...

      A Paris, Chez Alexis Hubert Jaillot, 1681. Double-page engraved map, 55 x 88 cm.; original color. Title continues: "distinguÃĩs en leurs principales provinces, subdivisÃĩes en leurs shireries, ou comtÃĩs." Two large cartouches with shield pattern and allegorical figures. Inset map of Orkney, Faroe and Shetland islands. "TirÃĩ de G. Cambdene, Chr. Saxton, I. Speede, T. Pont, R. Gordon et de I. B. Boazius, par le Sr. Sanson, geographe ordinaire du roy, presentÃĩ a Monseigneur le Dauphin par son tres humble, tres obeisant, et tres fidele serviteur, Alexis Hubert Jaillot." There is damage along lower 1/2 inch of edge, not affecting the map itself. Handsomely framed. Stock#Map010.

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        L'ODYSSEE D'HOMERE Noubelle Traduction. Two volume set.

      Paris: Chez Claude Barbin, 1681. Two volume set. Vol. I: [xiv], 412 pagexs. Vol. II: [iv], 406 pages. Original full leather binding is rubbed, chipped and worn on the spines and corners, with weakened hinges, remaining intact and attrative. Ex-libris with printed labels and stamps on the front pastedowns, front endpaper, and title pages. The first volume lacks the front endpaper, and there is a small spot of staining to about 50 pages in the top margin. Vignette on title pages, and the text is illustrated with numerous head-pieces, tail-pieces, and initials. The text is clean and unmarked. Contains all 24 books of this epic poem.. Early edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Works

      1681. PENINGTON, Isaac. The Works of the LongMournful and SorelyDistressed Isaac PeningtonÂ… London: Benjamin Clark, 1681. Two volumes bound as one. Quarto, contemporary full polished brown calf rebacked with original spine laid down, raised bands, red morocco spine label. $2000.Scarce first edition of the “subtle and profound” writings of the leading early Quaker.A Quaker imprisoned on numerous occasions for his beliefs and his refusal to pledge allegiance to the government, Penington was both an effective activist and an eloquent and prolific writer. “His writings are subtle and profound, free from invective or controversial heat, mainly in the form of question and answer. Not without mysticism, they are yet eminently practical, and powerfully helped to build up the new church of the Quakers” (DNB). Top half of leaf [2Y3] of second volume a cancel, as issued. Lowndes, 1825. Allibone, 1549-50. Old bookseller prices to front pastedown. Occasional old ink markings and marginalia.Minor marginal wormholing to top of first three gatherings. Scattered light foxing, scattered mild dampstaining. Expert restoration to contemporary calf. Scarce.

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        L'ODYSSEE D'HOMERE Noubelle Traduction. Two volume set.

      Paris: Chez Claude Barbin, 1681. Two volume set. Vol. I: [xiv], 412 pagexs. Vol. II: [iv], 406 pages. Original full leather binding is rubbed, chipped and worn on the spines and corners, with weakened hinges, remaining intact and attrative. Ex-libris with printed labels and stamps on the front pastedowns, front endpaper, and title pages. The first volume lacks the front endpaper, and there is a small spot of staining to about 50 pages in the top margin. Vignette on title pages, and the text is illustrated with numerous head-pieces, tail-pieces, and initials. The text is clean and unmarked. Contains all 24 books of this epic poem.. Early edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Charles Le Brun - Château de Sceaux.

      DE HEMELSE VADER OMGEVEN DOOR EEN GLORIE VAN ENGELENKopergravure samengesteld uit vijf afzonderlijk gedrukte bladen, vervaardigd door Girard Audran in 1681 naar een fresco uit de kleine kapel van Château de Sceaux door Charles LeBrun. Later met de hand gekleurd. Diameter: 116 cm.Charles LeBrun was 'Premier Peintre du Roy? en de ongeëvenaarde meester van de 17e eeuwse Franse kunst, hij was o.a. verantwoordelijk voor het decoreren van Châteaux de Versailles. Girard Audran (1640 - 1703) was LeBruns belangrijkste graveur en reproduceerde veel van diens werken.Lebrun werkte tussen 1670 en 1674 op Château de Sceaux voor Jean-Baptiste Colbert (minister van financiën onder Lodewijk de XIV), die hiervan van zijn buitenplaats maakte. Deze gravure is vervaardigd naar een fresco uit de kleine kapel van dit kasteel. Château de Sceaux wordt tijdens de Franse revolutie genationaliseerd en de inboedel geveild. De kapel raakte vervolgens in verval en werd afgebroken.Prijs: ?3.150,- (incl. 21% BTW).

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        South Pole.

      1681 - London, Robert Scott, 1681. 175 x 215mm. A scarce map of The South Pole, with New Zealand shown as part of the 'Terra Australis Incognita'. Published in 'Moore's ''A new Geography with the maps to each Country and Tables of Longitude & Latitiude'.

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        Autograph Letter Signed, with transcription, (Sir Leoline, 1625-1685, Judge of the Admiralty Court and Diplomat, Secretary of State, 1680-1684)

      1681 - to Sir Richard BULSTRODE, (1617-1711, Charles II's Agent, 1674-1676, and Envoy at Brussels, 1676-1688, Jacobite and Writer), thanking him for "the last I have of yours", and assuring Bulstrode that "His Maiestie does, on this side, all he can by Speaking to the French Ambassador, and by his Orders to Mr W Chamberlain now in France, to have the French Court desist from their pretensions to Chiny, and to goe on with the Conferences at Courtray. He invites the States Generall to joyn with Him in his offices", ending "I pray God send them a good Issue", 1 side 4to., Whitehall, 13th June a little spotting and light stain to centre of page, tipped on to a matt mount, with protective paper sleeve Since 1667, when Turenne invaded and conquered Flanders, Louis XIV had been attempting to annex the rest of the Spanish Netherlands, its capital Brussels, and ultimately the Dutch Republic. From 1673 William of Orange had been his chief opponent. Jenkins had built up an international reputation at the Court of Admiralty on points of maritime law, neutrality and the taking of prizes. Accordingly he was chosen one of the plenipotentiaries at the abortive congress of Cologne (1673-1674), and then at the congress of Nijmegen (1675-1679). The bulk of the negotiations on the English side fell to him after his colleague Temple was recalled in 1677. However, Louis XIV concluded separate peaces with the Dutch (August 1678), Spanish (September 1678), and the Austrians (February 1679). From February to July 1679 Jenkins stayed on as Ambassador to the Netherlands. On his recall he was thanked by Charles II, and persuaded to become a secretary of state. He found himself having to investigate Whig plots, and was involved, to his great dislike, in the recall of the City's charters in 1684. In spite of the treaties of 1678, Louis' jurists were still adding to the French claims - here Chiny, on the Spanish Netherlands side of the border with France - and the present letter shows Jenkins still closely involved with the disputes. Jenkins is remembered as almost a "second founder" of Jesus College, Oxford,where he was Principal, 1661-1673, and where he built the library. Among other benefactions he bought, endowed and bequeathed to Jesus the grammar school at Cowbridge where he had been educated, further strengthening the collegeís ties with Wales. Bulstrode, a Roman Catholic convert, gleaned huge quantities of information in his post in Brussels. At the Revolution he stayed on, sending intelligence to James II at St Germain, which he and his family finally reached after he was expelled from Brussels in 1694. Jenkins dates Bulstrode's last letter "16 N[ew] st[yle]", (continental calendar, the 6th by the English calendar), suggesting it took only a week to come.

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        Musaeum Regalis Societatis, or a Catalogue and Description

      1681. First Edition . GREW, Nehemiah. Musaeum Regalis Societatis, or a Catalogue and Description of the Natural and Artificial Rarities Belonging to the Royal Society… Whereunto is Subjoyned the Comparative Anatomy of Stomachs and Guts. London: Rawlins, 1681. Folio, contemporary paneled speckled calf rebacked, black morocco spine label, raised bands. $2500.First edition, illustrated with frontispiece portrait of Sir Daniel Colwall, founder of the Royal Society Museum, and 31 striking plates (one folding) bound at rear.The clergyman, botanist and anatomist Nehemiah Grew compiled this “great illustrated catalogue” during his tenure as Secretary of the Royal Society (Garrison & Morton 297). Included here are descriptions and plates of plant, animal, mineral and fossil “rarities” collected on various travels and explorations and acquired by the Royal Society. Part I, for example, discusses “Human Rarities,” and begins with a description of an Egyptian mummy. “Grew’s Comparative Anatomy of Stomachs and Guts forms the appendix to his catalogue of the objects in the museum of the Royal Society; its publication marks the earliest usage of the term ‘comparative anatomy on the title page of a zoological work. The appendix represents the first comparative study of a single system of organs: Grew investigated the alimentary canals of birds, fish and various mammals, classifying the last group according to the anatomical and physiological criteria drawn from his investigations” (Norman 945). “The first attempt to deal with one system of organs only by the comparative method” (GM 297). The last nine plates illustrate the Comparative Anatomy. The present work was published at a particularly productive and important time for Grew; his magnum opus, The Anatomy of Plants followed a year later in 1682. Cole, History of Comparative Anatomy, 245-251. Owner signature, small marginal inkstamp, a few early ink corrections and marginal notations.Minor paper repair to frontispiece. Text and plates generally quite clean. A bit of light age-wear to contemporary boards; corners restored. An extremely good and handsome copy.

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        Umbständliche und eigentliche Beschreibung von Asia: In sich haltend die Landschafften Mesopotamien, Babylonien, Assyrien, Anatolien... Nebenst ... Arabiens. Mit Frontispiz, 3 Kupferkarten, 21 Kupfertaf. (davon 14 doppelblattgr.) sowie 8 halbseitigen Textkupfern. Nürnberg, Froberg für Hoffmann, 1681. 4 Bll., 556 S., 7 Bll. Gr.-4°. Pgt. d. Zt.

       1681 Angeb.: Asia, oder: Ausführliche Beschreibung des Reichs des Grossen Mogols und eines grossen Theils von Indien... Nebenst einer Vorstellung des Königreichs Persien, wie auch Georgien, Mengrelien, Cirkassien und anderer benachbarten Länder ... 2 Tle. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 4 doppelblattgr. Kupferkarten, 38 Kupfertaf. (davon 12 doppelblattgr.) sowie 10 halbseit. Textkupfern. Ebda, 1681. 4 Bll., 300 S., 2 Bll.; 1 Bl., 170 S., 3 Bll.- Blackmer Coll. 450 und 451. - Tiele 299 und 300. - Griep/Luber 320 (Tl. II). - Vgl. Lipperheide Lc 4 und La 5 (niederl. Ausg.). - Erste deutsche Ausgaben, übersetzt von Joh. Chr. Beer. - Vollständige und wohlerhaltene Exemplare von Dappers geographischen Hauptwerken. \'He was a Dutch physician and scholar devoted to geographical and historical studies. His works are of especial importance because of the fine plates, which include maps, plans, beautiful views and costumes\' (Blackmer). - Die detailreichen Kupfer zeigen Ansichten von Aden, Bagdad, Ephesus, Isfahan, Khom, Mokka, Smyrna, Vishnapur u. a., ferner Pflanzen und Tiere, Kostüme, Kultgegenstände, Gottheiten etc. - Teilweise schwach gebräunt, Drucktitel von I mit kleinem altem Wappenstempel sowie gelöschtem Stempel verso.- Gutes Exemplar.

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        Pharmacopée royale galénique et chymique. 3e édition revue, corrigée & augmentée par l'auteur...

      à Paris, chez l'auteur, 1681, 2 parties in 4°, de 4ff. 454pp. & 328 12ff. de table, ill. de 5 planches gravées d'instruments de chimie, et d'une planche d'explication des caractères chimiques, rel. en 1 vol. pl. veau brun époque, dos orné, coiffes et coins lég. usés, restauration au verso du f. d'explication des planches avec petit manque, mouillure en marge sinon bon exemplaire. (ex-libris mss. Pierre Montault de Brault conseiller du Roy, Loudun 1744) Bonne édition augmentée, la première étant de 1676. Ouvrage rare et recherché de l'apothicaire du Duc d'Orléans qui enseigna pendant 9 ans la chimie au jardin royal de Paris. Il est le créateur des préparations publiques de médicaments au cours desquelles il commentait les propriétés des drogues. Il est aussi l'auteur supposé du traité de chimie publié sous le nom de Ch. Glaser, son collègue de travail au Jardin des plantes. La Pharmacopée contient de nombreuses préparations et recettes de poudres, sirops, pilules, emplâtres, thériaques, mithridates et autres panacées universelles ... ¶ Cat. alchimie de Nourry (1927) n°119 (autre édition) - Duveen p.130 (édit. de 1753) - Ferguson I. 151 (idem) - Caillet n°2198 - Krivatsy p.234 - Boussel et Bonnemain hist. pharmacie p.268 - Manque à Dorbon.

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        Tela Ignea Satanae; hoc est, Arcani, & horribiles Judaeorum adversus Christum Deum, & Christianam religionem libri anekdotoi.

      Altdorf, Johann Heinrich Schönnerstadt für Johann Hoffmann und Johann David Zunner 1681. - 6 Tle. Mit gest. Portrait-Frontispiz von J. Sandrart (doppelt eingebunden). Titel, 633 S., 7 Bll.; 260 S.; 60 S.; 1 Bl., 480 S.; 45 [recte 75] S.; 1 Bl., 100 S. - Zwischen den 5. und 6. Teil gebunden: ders., De loco classico Gen. XLIX.10. Altdorf, Johann Heinrich Schönnerstadt 1676. 132 S. Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. 21 x 17 cm. VD17 27:724830K und 23:260429K; Fürst III, 489; Caillet 11323. - Sammelwerk talmudischer Schriften, "die die Christenfeindlichkeit der Juden darstellen sollten" (Jüd. Lex.). Mit hebräisch-lateinischem Paralleltext und umfangreichen Kommentaren von R. Lipmann. - Vorderer Spiegel mit des Schriftstellers und Theologen Besitzeintrag Johann Caspar Reuchlin (1715-1767), Titel mit Besitzeintrag des Theologen Johann Heinrich Feustking (1672-1713; vgl. ADB VI, 755) sowie Namenszug Gublingius, desweiteren alter Bibliotheksstempel eines theologischen Seminars in Philadelphia. - Sehr gutes Exemplar des voluminösen, fast schon würfelförmigen Bandes! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Umbständliche und eigentliche Beschreibung von Asia: In sich haltend die Landschafften Mesopotamien, Babylonien, Assyrien, Anatolien... Nebenst ... Arabiens. Mit Frontispiz, 3 Kupferkarten, 21 Kupfertaf. (davon 14 doppelblattgr.) sowie 8 halbseitigen Textkupfern. Nürnberg, Froberg für Hoffmann, 1681. 4 Bll., 556 S., 7 Bll. Gr.-4. Pgt. d. Zt.

      Angeb.: Asia, oder: Ausführliche Beschreibung des Reichs des Grossen Mogols und eines grossen Theils von Indien... Nebenst einer Vorstellung des Königreichs Persien, wie auch Georgien, Mengrelien, Cirkassien und anderer benachbarten Länder ... 2 Tle. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 4 doppelblattgr. Kupferkarten, 38 Kupfertaf. (davon 12 doppelblattgr.) sowie 10 halbseit. Textkupfern. Ebda, 1681. 4 Bll., 300 S., 2 Bll. 1 Bl., 170 S., 3 Bll.- Blackmer Coll. 450 und 451. - Tiele 299 und 300. - Griep/Luber 320 (Tl. II). - Vgl. Lipperheide Lc 4 und La 5 (niederl. Ausg.). - Erste deutsche Ausgaben, übersetzt von Joh. Chr. Beer. - Vollständige und wohlerhaltene Exemplare von Dappers geographischen Hauptwerken. 'He was a Dutch physician and scholar devoted to geographical and historical studies. His works are of especial importance because of the fine plates, which include maps, plans, beautiful views and costumes' (Blackmer). - Die detailreichen Kupfer zeigen Ansichten von Aden, Bagdad, Ephesus, Isfahan, Khom, Mokka, Smyrna, Vishnapur u. a., ferner Pflanzen und Tiere, Kostüme, Kultgegenstände, Gottheiten etc. - Teilweise schwach gebräunt, Drucktitel von I mit kleinem altem Wappenstempel sowie gelöschtem Stempel verso.- Gutes Exemplar.

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        Traite de la lithotomie, ou, de l'extraction de la pierre hors la vessie, avec les figures

      Noted 4th edition 1681 (the colophon of 1682), according to the 4th edition held in Edinburgh in 1689, but a slip at the end reported an observation Tolet in 1690. Moreover there is a fourth edition in Utrecht in 1693. Apparently snack is not the same for foreign editions show a frontispiece and 18 plates. These 19 boards are out text in one text engraved intaglio by Launette. The board p. 145 has been resized (only the margins) and no longer on a full page. Full contemporary calf, spine decorated nerves completely redone recently, corners and edges restored. Skilled labor. Remarkable and famous treatise on surgery extraction of stones, boards illustrate the steps of the operation with stunning realism. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! chez l'autheur à Paris 1681 [1689] in-12 (16,5x9,5cm) 249pp. (7) et 19 pl. relié

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        Vida y hechos del pícaro Guzman de Alfarache atalaya de la vida humana por Criado del Rey nuestro Señor y natural Vezino de Sevilla. Nueva impresión corregida de muchas erratas y enriquecida con

      Geronymo Verdussen, Impressor y Mercader de Libros, Amberes 1681 - With fronits & 13 plates.Although Peeter Fontainas call for 16 plates, Brunet adds that "there are some copies with 14 plates+fronits". Our copies has 13 plates + frontis (so is lacking 1 plate) 1 volumen(es)/volume(s) varias páginas

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        An Historical Relation of the Island Ceylon in the East IndiesandnbspTogether with an Account of the Detaining in Captivity the Author and Divers other Englishmen now Living there and of the Authors Miraculous Escape

      

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         Pharmacopée royale galénique et chymique. 3e édition revue, corrigée & augmentée par l'auteur...

      à Paris, chez l'auteur, 1681, 2 parties in 4°, de 4ff. 454pp. & 328 12ff. de table, ill. de 5 planches gravées d'instruments de chimie, et d'une planche d'explication des caractères chimiques, rel. en 1 vol. pl. veau brun époque, dos orné, coiffes et coins lég. usés, restauration au verso du f. d'explication des planches avec petit manque, mouillure en marge sinon bon exemplaire. (ex-libris mss. Pierre Montault de Brault conseiller du Roy, Loudun 1744) Bonne édition augmentée, la première étant de 1676. Ouvrage rare et recherché de l'apothicaire du Duc d'Orléans qui enseigna pendant 9 ans la chimie au jardin royal de Paris. Il est le créateur des préparations publiques de médicaments au cours desquelles il commentait les propriétés des drogues. Il est aussi l'auteur supposé du traité de chimie publié sous le nom de Ch. Glaser, son collègue de travail au Jardin des plantes. La Pharmacopée contient de nombreuses préparations et recettes de poudres, sirops, pilules, emplâtres, thériaques, mithridates et autres panacées universelles ... ¶ Cat. alchimie de Nourry (1927) n°119 (autre édition) - Duveen p.130 (édit. de 1753) - Ferguson I. 151 (idem) - Caillet n°2198 - Krivatsy p.234 - Boussel et Bonnemain hist. pharmacie p.268 - Manque à Dorbon.

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        Brvtvm fvlmen: or The bull of Pope Pius V. concerning the damnation, excommunication, and deposition of Q. Elizabeth : as also the absolution of her subjects of their oath of allegiance, with a peremptory injunction, upon pain of an anathema, never to obe

      London: Printed by S Roycroft for Robert Clavel at the Peacock, 1681. [a2-a6]+[b-b7]+[c-c7]+[d-231]+[5] pages. Small square octavo (7 ¾" x 6 ¼") bound in full leather.  Second edition. Thomas Barlow (1607-1691) was an English academic and clergyman, who became Provost of The Queen's College, Oxford and Bishop of Lincoln. He was considered, in his own times and by Edmund Venables writing in the Dictionary of National Biography, to have been a trimmer, a reputation mixed in with his academic and other writings on casuistry. His views were in fact Calvinist and strongly anti-Catholic, and he was one of the last English bishops to identify the Pope as the Antichrist He worked in the 1660s for the 'comprehension' of nonconformists, but supported the crackdown of the mid-1680s; and declared loyalty to James II of England on his accession, having strongly supported the Exclusion Bill which would have denied the Catholic James the succession. Pope Pius V's response to Queen Elizabeth I of England assuming governance of the Church of England included support of the imprisoned Mary, Queen of Scots, and her supporters in their attempts to take over England "ex turpissima muliebris libidinis servitute". A brief English Catholic uprising, the Rising of the North, had just failed. Pius then issued a bull, Regnans in Excelsis, dated April 27, 1570, that declared Elizabeth I a heretic and released her subjects from their allegiance to her. In response, Elizabeth, who had thus far tolerated Catholic worship in private, now actively started persecuting them. Condition:  Original bards with new period spine and red label with gilt lettering to spine corners rubbed and bumped else a good to very good copy.

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        Miscellaneous Poems.

      Folio. Contemporary blind stamp panelled sheep, recently rebacked by Bernard Middleton, spine with leather label lettered in gilt. Pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece, [iv] 1-116, 131-139. Some scuffing to boards, rubbing to edges and corners, a few small old worm holes in lower gutters, some paper repairs by Bernard Middleton, a little light browning and a few occasional light spots, otherwise a very good copy, preserved in custom made fleece-lined cloth box lettered in gilt on spine and upper board. First edition, without the Cromwellian verses as usual (pp.117-130). One of the great collections of English poetry. Miscellaneous Poems was sent to the press by 'Mary Marvell' (Mary Palmer, Marvell's housekeeper) who claimed that she was Marvell's widow. The volume 'includes religio-philosophical dialogues; verses on the pleasures (both sensuous and spiritual) of the retired life in pastoral surroundings; poems that depict innocence on the verge of sexual maturity; love lyrics, from the classic persuasion of 'To his Coy Mistress' to the dark complaint of 'The Unfortunate Lover'; and some Latin epigrams and epitaphs. Almost the only public response to such late-appearing metaphysical poems is Wood's grudging statement that the volume was 'cried up as excellent' by those of the author's own persuasion (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 4.232)' (W. H. Kelliher in ODNB). In all but two known copies, (Dobell-Thorn Drury- British Library and Huntington) three long poems in praise of Cromwell are suppressed by the cancellation of 13 leaves.

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