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2014-10-17 16:10:00
PAPA (Giuseppe del).
Firenze, Vincenzo Vangelisti, 1681. - In-4. 220pp. Vélin souple de l’époque. Edition Originale de cet ouvrage de philosophie scientifique où les observations physiques et chimiques s'accompagnent de considérations ésotériques. Références à Lucretius, Marsilio Ficino, Nicolas de Cusa, Galileo, Borelli, , Descartes, etc. Giuseppe Del Papa (1649-1735) fut l’élève de Francesco Redi. Après avoir été professeur de Logique et de Médecine il devint premier médecin du grand-duc de Toscane. 2 curieuses planches gravées sur cuivre, hors-texte. Bon exemplaire. Gamba, 2244. Riccardi, App. VII, col. 29. Krivasky, 8538. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2014-10-15 18:08:54
Weise, Christian.
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Georg Heinrich Frommann, 1681.. - Beigebunden: Die rechte Reise-Kunst, Oder Anleitung, wie eine Reise mit Nutzen in die Frembde, absonderlich in Franckreich anzustellen. Titel, 344 S. Frankfurt, Joh. David Zunner, 1674.. Seltene frühe Ausgabe von Weises berühmtem Hof-Meister, die Vorrede datiert vom 31. 12. 1675. Das "lehrhafte Brevier für angehende junge 'Weltleute'" (Dünnhaupt) wurde häufig aufgelegt, auch unter dem Titel 'Fundamentall Historie'. Weises (1642-1708) unumstrittener Erfolg als "Lehrer, als Autor pädagogischer Schriften wie auch als Verfasser und Regisseur zahlreicher Schuldramen verbreitete seinen Ruf schnell" (Dünnhaupt). - Titel mit Besitzeintrag von 1686, verso mit gelöschtem Stempel. Einige Anstreichungen, sonst gut. - Vgl. VD17 23:239103P und VD17 547:701792P (andere Verleger). Vgl. Dünnhaupt 37.4 mit abweichendem Impressum und Krause S. 425. - II. Erste und einzige Ausgabe, sehr selten. "Die ersten beiden Kapitel haben Erwägungen für und gegen das Reisen, insbesondere in Frankreich, zum Gegenstand. Kapitel 4 behandelt das Verhalten im andersgläubigen Ausland. Sonst gibt das Werk praktische Hinweise über Konversation, Kleidung, Hygiene etc. Der anonyme Verfasser empfiehlt besonders den Besuch gelehrter 'Konferenzen'" (Stagl/Orda/Kämpfer, Apodemiken, S. 87). - VD 17 23:299908Q.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein
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2014-10-15 18:08:54
Weise, Christian.
Leipzig, Benj. Chr. Ritzsch für Timoth. Ritzsch Erben, 1681.. . Dünnhaupt unbekannte Variante der dritten Ausgabe; das Buch war zuerst 1677 erschienen. Eines der am meisten gelesenen Bücher Weises, enthält auf den S. 194-433 die berühmte Complimentir-Comödie'. Weise (1642-1708), Pädagoge, Dichter und Schuldramatiker, war seit 1670 Professor der Poesie und Redekunst am Weißenfelser Gymnasium und ab 1678 bis zu seinem Tod Rektor des Gymnasiums seiner Vaterstadt Zittau. Weises pädagogischer wie literarischer Einfluß (besonders auf die Gattung des politischen Romans') war sehr groß. "Als Lehrer erfreute er sich außerordentlicher Beliebtheit ... Daß er seinen vielen pädagogischen Publikationen zum trotz kein trockener Theoretiker war, bezeugen die humorvollen, aus dem Leben gegriffenen Dramen, in die er nicht selten musikalische Einlagen aufnahm" (Dünnhaupt). - Drucker- und Verlegerangabe wie beim 2. Druck von 1679 (Dünnh. 2), Kupfertitel noch "Leipzig, im Ritzischen Buchladen", die Jahreszahl jedoch, anders als bei Dünnh. 5 und 7 angegeben, in "1681" geändert. Titel ohne den Zusatz "bey dieser 3. Edition ..." wie bei Dünnhaupt 42.I.4 angegeben. - Handschriftl. Besitzeintrag von Jobst Heinrich von Willen (1674-1742; später Ratsherr und Bürgermeister von Reval, heute Tallinn) auf dem Titel. Schönes Exemplar. - VD17 39:142621K. Goed. III 279, 8c. Vgl. Dünnhaupt 42.I.4 u. 5 und Faber du Faur 1618 (andere Drucke).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein
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2014-10-11 09:31:11
POPISH PLOT. (George Treby).
London Printed for Samuel Heyrick; Thomas Dring; and John Wickins 1681 - FIRST EDITION 1681, folio, approximately 320 x 190 mm, 12½ x 7½ inches, 1 historiated initial, pages: (6), 104, 109-27, (1) - Contents table, jump in pagination present in all copies, nothing missing, collation: (A2), *1, B-Z2, Aa-Ii2, bound in modern quarter calf, blue paper boards, raised bands, gilt rules and 3 gilt lettered black morocco labels to spine, new endpapers. A small area of indentations to upper cover, Order-to-print leaf (A1v) browned and dusty, crack between *1v and B1r, Hh2v and Ii1, stab holes to inner margins from original binding as a pamphlet, final 2 leaves lightly foxed, final page slightly browned and with 2 small ink smudges, no loss of legibility. A very good copy. Letters relating to the 1678 so-called Popish Plot against Charles II invented by Titus Oates to foment anti Catholic hatred. Most of the collection consists of letters to and from Edward Colman or Coleman (1636–1678) an English Catholic courtier under Charles II of England and a charismatic Catholic convert who was appointed secretary to the Duke of York's second wife. He was hanged, drawn and quartered on a treason charge, having been implicated by Titus Oates in his false accusations. He is a Catholic martyr, beatified by Pope Pius XI in 1929. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-10-11 09:31:11
CHARLES II.)
London. Printed by the Assigns of John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1681. Folio broadside. Drop-head title. Printed on the recto, mostly in black letter. Slightly browned but a very good copy. Wing C3377. L, O, C, LG, LPC, LPR, LS, OQ: GOT, CH, MH. Steele 3730. "Judging it a matter of great Importance to the Strength and Safety of this our Kingdom" ordering that "Nor Iron Ordnance or other great Guns be at this time exported into the parts beyond the Seas.
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA) [Cheshire, United Kingdom]
2014-10-09 12:37:22
BATES, Reverend William (1625-1699)
Londres: Londini, Typis A. G. & J. P. et prostant venales apud Georgium Wells, 1681. 4to. imperial; 2 hs., 749 pp. Numeración de las pp. 401 a 442 duplicada. Encuadernación en piel de la época, con lomera nervada y tejuelo. En la obra del sabio predicador y teólogo presbiteriano, Capellán de Carlos II, se pasa revista a las grandes figuras del Humanismo y de la Reforma, desde Pico de la Mirandola y Savonarola, a Erasmo y Hugo Grocio, pasando por Pedro de Molina. Entre las figuras inglesas de homólogo perfil aparecen el Obispo de Canterbury Henry Chicheley (1362-1443), fundador del All Souls College de Oxford, y Thomas Bodley (1544-1612) el creador de la Biblioteca Bodleiana.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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2014-09-27 13:09:50
Jean La Chapelle
- London -R. Bentley 1681 - The extremely rare first edition of the English translation of Jean de la Chapelle's historical novel. The title page lists this as being 'the second and last part', dated1683 only, however, the pagination and further titlesindicate that it contains both the first part of 1681 and the second and thirdparts of 1683. 'Printed for R. Bentley, at the Post-House in Russel-Street, near the Piazza in Covent-Garden'. With a publisher's catalogue to the rear of 'Plays printed for R. Bentley'. Jean de La Chapelle (24 October 1651 - 29 May 1723) was a French writer and dramatist. A minor nobleman, the nephew of Boileau, his literary talents made him stand out to the Prince of Conti to whom he became a private secretary in 1678. Marie of Anjou (14 October 1404 29 November 1463) was the Queen consort of King Charles VII of France from 1422 to 1461. Marie was the eldest daughter of Louis II of Anjou, titular King of Naples, titular King of Sicily, and Yolande of Aragon, titular Queen of Aragon. She married her second cousin King Charles VII in April 1422 at Bourges and became Queen consort of Charles, although Charles himself was not crowned King until 17 July 1429 at Reims, following the successful endeavors of Joan of Arc in expelling the English from most of France. Her husband's victory in the Hundred Years War owed a great deal to the support he received from Marie's family, notably from her mother Yolande of Aragon. Condition: In a half calf binding. Externally sound, although rubbed, with marks to the boards. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are age-tone … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA
2014-09-26 16:14:11
ANÓNIMO]
Madrid, por Julián de Paredes, 1681. Fol. (19,5 x 28,1 cm) 206 p., 7 h. de índice. Escudo real grabado al cobre en portada por Peret. Plena piel de época, lomo con nervios, hierros dorados y tejuelo rojo: orden dl con dind. Magnífico ejemplar, muy limpio y en perfecto estado. Segunda edición de las Ordenanzas para la regulación del Consejo de Indias promulgadas por Felipe IV. El Consejo de Indias, o Real y Supremo Consejo de Indias fue creado por Carlos V en 1524 a imitación del Consejo de Castilla con el fin de atender el ámbito político-administrativo de América. Ejercía plena jurisdicción sobre todo el territorio y sus residentes, y tenía capacidad jurídica para ordenar y ejecutar toda clase de ordenanzas, normas y reglamentos que fueran para el bien de su región administrada. Sólo el rey estaba sobre el Consejo de Indias. Al principio el Consejo de Indias carecía de Ordenanzas propias, se regía con las Ordenanzas del Consejo de Castilla y, gracias a las Leyes Nuevas de 1542, una especie de Constitución Política del Nuevo Mundo, se le consignaron algunas peculiaridades relativas a su funcionamiento, jurisdicción y defensa de los indios. En 1571 se promulgan las primeras ordenanzas específicas para el Consejo de Indias las llamadas ordenanzas ovandinas, por Juan de Ovando que estarán vigentes hasta que en 1636 Felipe IV promulge un nuevo texto, fruto del trabajo de Pedro de Vivanco, Juan Solorzano y León Pinelo, éste que ofrecemos. Palau, 202820 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón [Madrid, Spain]
2014-09-25 13:14:13
BLAES, Gerard. [BLASIUS]
Amsterdam: Johannes van Someren, 1681. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (260x210 mm), [8] 1-494 [2] pp., engraved title by Jan Luyken, 5 engraved plates and 60 engraved full-page text illustrations, library stamps, contemporary ink notes to front endpapers, waterstaining to upper edge, title page ruled in red, browning and soiling, p.135 with tear to lower margin. Contemporary calf (worn, spine rebacked). ---- Cole, Comparative Anatomy, pp. 150-55; Garrison-Morton 296 ("Blaes anticipated Cowper in finding the Cowper's glands, which he illustrated in his plate of the genitalia and os penis of the rat"); Nissen ZBI 381; NLM/Krivatsy 1339; Norman 241; Wellcome II, p. 179, Heirs of Hippocrates 361. - First edition of the first comparative manual of comparative anatomy based on the original studies of a working anatomist (cf. Haskell F. Norman, 1998, lot 297). Very Good.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2014-09-25 13:14:13
BLAES, Gerard. [BLASIUS]
Amsterdam: Johannes van Someren, 1681. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (260x210 mm), [8] 1-494 [2] pp., engraved title by Jan Luyken, 5 engraved plates and 60 engraved full-page text illustrations, library stamps, contemporary ink notes to front endpapers, waterstaining to upper edge, title page ruled in red, browning and soiling, p.135 with tear to lower margin. Contemporary calf (worn, spine rebacked). ---- Cole, Comparative Anatomy, pp. 150-55; Garrison-Morton 296 ("Blaes anticipated Cowper in finding the Cowper's glands, which he illustrated in his plate of the genitalia and os penis of the rat"); Nissen ZBI 381; NLM/Krivatsy 1339; Norman 241; Wellcome II, p. 179, Heirs of Hippocrates 361. - First edition of the first comparative manual of comparative anatomy based on the original studies of a working anatomist (cf. Haskell F. Norman, 1998, lot 297). Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2014-09-24 19:44:04
Dapper, Olfert:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2014-09-23 15:24:49
Gilbert Burnet
Printed by T.H. for Richard Chiswell, 1681. 2 volume set, includes supplement. First 2 volumes bound together. Full leather calf. Hardcover. Good binding. The 2nd ed. ([20], 377, 368, [4] pages, 7 leaves of plates; [25], 421, [9], 416, [4] pages, 10 leaves of plates): portraits. Old marginal stain on edge of vol. 1. Gilbert Burnet, was Scottish theologian, historian and Bishop of Salisbury. He published his work, "The History of the Reformation of the Church of England" as a rebuttal to Nicholas Sanders', "De origine et progressu schismatio Anglicani libri tres" which attacked the English Reformation. Arber's Term cat, I 428. Wing, B5798. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2014-09-19 01:04:37
Ribera, Diego de
News of the Archbishop and former Viceroy of Mexico in his pending journey to Spain; printed in Mexico. 1681. Mexico. In folio (283 mm x 188 mm). 2 ff. Modern wrappers. Some light foxing, lower right corner with trace of soiling.First edition. Extremely rare Mexican imprint; the letter is written by Diego de Ribera and addressed to Juan de Urue. It details the state of the Archbishop of Mexico Payo Enriquez de Ribera (1622 ?" 1684) at his departure towards Spain; contains news on the health of the Archbishop, his preparation for leaving Mexico and events during the voyage. Payo Enriquez de Ribera was a Spanish Augustinian friar and colonial officer; he served as Bishop of Guatemala from 1657-1667, Archbishop of Mexico from 1668-1681 and finally appointed Viceroy of New Spain from 1673-1680, by the Queen Regent Mariana de Austria -his appointment was handled by the Inquisition.We could find no copies held institutionally, except the copy mentioned by Medina, at the Palafoxiana library. No copies in Spanish institutions, or in the United States. Medina, Mexico, 1232. Not in Palau. Not in Sabin. Not in Leclerc.
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2014-09-14 13:00:26
MERBECKE, JOHN)
London, printed by R. N. [=Roger Norton] for John Williams, 1681. 4:o. (8),328 pp. Somewhat worn contemporary English full calf with raised bands, blind tooled spine and boards and gilt border on extremities. Minor stains. Title page and the last page slightly soiled. Two small tears on p. 1 where there is also the remains of a crushed fly. Small hole on p. 19 and a wormhole on pp. 79-84 with the loss of two letters. With Nils Justelius' signature dated 1743 and the bookplate of L. F. Rääf.ESTC R29499. First edition was published i London in 1574. The foreword signed "R. M.". Merbecke or Marbecke (ca 1505-85) was an English composer and theologist. Today he is famous for his music written for the prayer book of the Anglican church printed in 1550, "Booke of common praier noted". "The lives of holy saints" is a useful dictionary of biblical figures, from Aaron to Zozobabel. Nils Justelius (1718-66) was a Swedish vicar in Virserum and Järeda. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB [Stockholm, Sweden]
2014-09-05 18:33:42
Iobi Ludolfi aliàs Leut-Holf dicti
Moenum : prostat apud Joh. David Zunner : typis Balthasaris Christophori Wustii sen. 1681 LUDOLF, Job. Historia Aethiopica,sive brevis & succincta descriptio Regni Habessinorum, quod vulgo male Presbyteri Johannis vocatur. In quo libris quatuor agitur I. De natura et indole regionis... - II. De regimine politico, regum successione. - III. De stato ecclesiastico... - IV. De rebus privatis, literatura oeconomia, etc. Francofurti ad Moenum, Job. David Zunner, typis Balt. Christ. Wustii, 1681. In - folio, bella legatura coeva in pelle maculata, dorso a 5 nervi profusamente decorato in oro, taglio dorato. (168) fogli n.n. (= 336 pp), con 11 belle tavole incise in rame ripiegate f.t. (compresa la grande carta geografica staccata). Le figure rappresentano sopratutto gli animali africani. Assai raro, se completo. Opera veramente capitale, per il suo tempo, mirabile... (Fumagalli, Bibliografia etiopica, 1429).
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2014-08-21 19:30:03
William Penn
Manuscript Document Signed "Wm Penn", one page, 28.5" x 8" (sight) on parchment, Warminghurst, September 26, 1681, an indenture in which Penn sells 500 acres of land in Pennsylvania to James Peters, a Bristol soap maker. Light to moderate soiling, some cockling with expected folds, several words scratched out and corrected, else very good condition. Ornately framed with both recto and verso visible. Not examined out of frame. Penn sells a five hundred acre tract [period spellings retained] "being within the Tract of land ... called Pensilvania in America the said five hundred acres to be allotted and sett out..." Although Penn was technically selling the land (Peters paid Penn "the sume of five shillings lawfull money of England...", it was still expected that Peters would pay "the yearly rent of one pepper corne..." This is a very early land grant by William Penn for his fledgling colony?"most known grants do not date m
Bookseller: University Archives
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2014-08-18 14:28:15
Italien
. . VD17 1:638906K - Nicht in Holzmann-B.- Seltener Lindauer Druck.- Der Kupfertitel ist von 12 kl. Ansichten u. Grundrissen umgeben, die Beschreibung der Städte ab S.79ff. erfolgt in alphabet. Reihenfolge.- Durchgehend etw. gebräunt, vereinzelt Wurmgänge, 2 Bll. mit erg. Randläsuren (geringer Buchstabenverlust), Ebd.-Rücken etw. ergänzt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-08-16 16:59:51
Johann Christoph Wagenseil
Altdorfi Noricorvm, Excudit J.H., 1681. Hardcover. Good.
Bookseller: Schwabe Books
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2014-08-16 07:50:39
Bessel, Chr. Georg.
Frankfurt, Naumann, 1681.. Mit gefalteter doppelblattgr. gest. Frontispiz und Kupfertafel. 14x9 cm. 10 Bl., 468 S.; Zwei Teile mit weiteren Lehrsätzen angebunden: 3 Bl., S. 11-84. Pgt. d. Zt. mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel u. 2 intakten Schließbändern. Einbanddecke leicht verzogen. Frontispiz mit alt hinterlegtem Einriss, Titel mit gelöschtem Einträgen von alter Hand in Tinte, etwas gebräunt und fleckig.. Verhaltensregeln in zwei Teilen, welche mit auserlesenen Sprichwörtern, sinnreichen Redensarten und ungemeinen Gleichnissen und Beispielen ausgeziert, angefüllt und der gelehrten Welt vorgestellt werden. STC B 930. Schröder I, 241. - Vgl. Jantz 486 (Ausg. 1691). - Seltene Publikation über die Ausbildung von Hofbeamten. - Im Anhang mit Heinrich zu Limpurgs "Thesaurus paternus" und William Cecils "Heylsamen Lehren" in deutscher Übersetzung. - Es fehlen 2 Blätter der Vorstücke des Anhangs, darunter ein Widmungsblatt.
Bookseller: Augusta-Antiquariat GbR
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2014-08-14 10:44:13
Le Grand Ant.
. . VD17 39:115620E - vgl. Rosenthal 2951, Duveen 347 u. Wellcome III, 480 (alle lat. Ausg. v. 1681).- Seltene deutsche Erstausgabe des Descartes-Schülers Le Grand.- "...a scarse and curious book of receipts and notes on medical, agricultural and other matters." (Duveen).- Etw. gebräunt od. stockfleckig, S.284 u. 285 tls. alt überklebt, Ebd. berieben, Rücken verblaßt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-08-11 11:01:12
[AUTOGRAPH]. HEIDE, Anton(ius) de and Robertus ALTIUS.
Three signed autograph letters mostly discussing medical matters, the first written on 2 October 1681 beginning with comments about Antoni van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) and his recent discovery of blood cells. All three letters were written to the physician Theodorus Janssonius van Almeloveen (1657-1712), the first two from the physician and medical researcher Anton de Heide and the third from the Dutch Reformed preacher Robertus Altius (ca. 1650?-1699). De Heide and Van Almeloveen were leading physicians of their day and De Heide published works that included information about blood and blood circulation in the years 1682 to 1686. After the comments about Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, De Heide goes on to discuss other medical matters, referring to the Dutch-born court physician at Berlin Cornelis Bontekoe (ca. 1645?-1685) and the London scientist and founder of modern chemistry Robert Boyle (1627-1691).The second letter begins with references to the surveying of a river on Walcheren, then still an island, where De Heide lived in the city of Middelburg. It goes on to discuss medical matters, including the spread of an animal epidemic from Germany to the Netherlands. He also refers to the classical Greek physician Rufus Ephesius (active ca. 100 AD).Altius's rather chatty letter refers to Cleopatra's banquet and to Hercules.De Heide's 1681 letter discussing Van Leeuwenhoek is in very good condition and his other letter (of 1681/87) is also very good except that it has a small stain affecting but not obscuring a few words and is somewhat dirty. The 1697 letter is browned and has some … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-08-10 12:46:34
HERRICO Scipione - MAZZONI Sebastiano.
Remondinj Antonio editore, la data si ricava dalla lettera dedicatoria, Bassano 1681 - Poema Heroico dell'Eccellentissimo Signor Scipione Herrico, con due Idillij del medesimo. Aggiuntivi di nuovo à ciascun Canto i suoi Argomenti. Composti dal Sig. Cav: Sebastiano Mazzoni Fiorentino celeberrimo Pittore. Dedicata all'Illustrissimo Signor Pietro Donato dell'Illustris. & Eccellentis. Sig. Gio: Battista; Bailo attuale in Costantinopoli. Lettera di apertura del tipografo Antonio Remondini datata 20 agosto 1681 in Bassano. Allegoria iniziale del Poema dedicata al Serenissimo Principe Mauritio Cardinale di Savogia datata 20 febbraio 1623 in Messina da parte dell'Autore. Prose iniziali di: Dottor Antonio Giacomo Cammerota, e Michele; Carlo Bartolomeo Arbora; Conte Frà Gabriel Viano de' Malatesti; Diego Matarozzi; Giuseppe Vistarchi; Girolamo la Manna; Mario felice; Don Scipione la Legname e di Sebastiano Mazzoni Pittore, autore delli Argomenti. Doppio frontespizio, il primo finemente inciso a piena pagina. Il Poema è composto da 12 Canti, ornati all'inizio di ciascuno da una xilografia a piena pagina. In fine i due Idillij, ornati anch'essi da xilografie a piena pagina; L'Endimione e L'Arianna. Capilettera xilografati, cornici ornamentali nel testo. Rara edizione, completa e perfettamente conservata. Legatura coeva in tutta pergamena ornata, pp. 2, 311, 3, in 24° lungo
Bookseller: Libreria il Bulino
2014-08-10 10:32:22
SANDERSON, Robert
London: printed by Tho. Hodgkin, 1681. Folio, engraved frontispiece; a good copy in handsome contemporary calf binding, extremities worn and lacking lower panel of spine. Seventh edition, with a laudatory biography of Sanderson, the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, by Isaac Walton. Direct and pious, Sanderson's sermons are clear and affecting: Charles I commented: 'I carry my ears to hear other preachers, but I carry my conscience to hear Dr. Sanderson'.
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
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2014-08-04 14:51:08
MYTHOGRAPHI LATINI.
Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Ex Officina viduae Joannis a Someren, 1681.. 8vo. 2 parts in 1: (56),488,(68 index);330,(26 index) p., frontispiece, engraved portrait; 43 fine text engravings. Vellum. 20 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,464 & 1309: 'neue Recension bes. des Hygin. nach (5) Handschriften und älteren Ausgaben. Die Anmerkungen verbessern und erläutern den Text. Die Kupfer sind aus den Arateis des Grotius genommen; Brunet 3,1982; Ebert 14621; Spoelder p. 688, Utrecht 8) (Details: Prize copy, including the printed prize for Albertus Coenen, dated april 1823, and signed by the Rector S. Nijhoff and the school officials of Utrecht. Thongs laced through at head and tail of the spine; Backstrip panelled in gilt with repeated floral motives; gilt borders and armorial cornerpieces; gilt coat of arms of Utrecht in centre of covers; Frontispiece showing mythological scenes, from Zeus to Charon. Small woodcut on the title. A portrait of Thomas Munckerus engraved by H. Causse. In the 'Poeticon Astronomicon' of Hyginus we find 43 fine text engraving of constellations and signs of the zodiac, which are engraved after the engravings by Jacob de Gheyn, and which were originally published in Hugo Grotii 'Syntagma Arateorum', Leiden 1600) (Condition: Vellum slightly soiled; small stain on right upper corner of the frontcover, large light stain on backcover; the ties are lacking) (Note: The first part of this collection begins with the 'Fabulae', a handbook of mythology compiled from Greek sources, and the 'Poeticon Astronomicum', a manual of astronomy, also from Greek sources, both works attribu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta V.O.F.
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2014-08-04 00:02:52
PITT, MOSES:
. Oxford 1681. 43,8 x 57 cm. * Moses Pitts udgave af Janssonius kort over Midtjylland fra Lemvig/Hobro/Mariager i nord til Ribe/Haderslev mod syd. Med gradnet og dekorativ titelkartouche i nederste höjre hjörne. Lidt gulnet ved midterfalsen..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2014-08-02 20:58:19
JAILLOT, Alexis-Hubert.
Paris, 1681. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 580 x 880mm. Sanson's map of the Turkish Empire, enlarged by Jaillot in partnership with Sanson's heirs with fine baroque title and scale cartouches. It was published in Jaillot's 'Atlas Nouveau', one of the largest general atlases up to that time. TIBBETTS: 151, a later example dated 1689.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2014-07-24 12:48:54
SANDERSON, Robert
printed by Tho. Hodgkin, London 1681 - Folio, engraved frontispiece; a good copy in handsome contemporary calf binding, extremities worn and lacking lower panel of spine. Seventh edition, with a laudatory biography of Sanderson, the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, by Isaac Walton. Direct and pious, Sanderson's sermons are clear and affecting: Charles I commented: 'I carry my ears to hear other preachers, but I carry my conscience to hear Dr. Sanderson'.
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
2014-07-23 15:44:12
"BLOUNT, T[homas]"
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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2014-07-16 10:24:13
Glanvill, Joseph
London: J. Collins, 1681. <p>Glanvill, Joseph (1636-80). Saducismus triumphatus: or, full and plain evidence concerning witches and apparitions. In two parts . . . 8vo. [8], 58, [16], 180; [16], 310, [10], 311-28, [2]pp. Engraved frontispiece to pt. 1 & engraved title to pt. 2, both by William Faithorne. Text woodcuts. London: J. Collins & S. Lownds, 1681. 184 x 111 mm. 18th century calf, rebacked, corners repaired. Small piece torn from one fore-margin, but very good otherwise. Early ownership inscription (partially crossed out) on blank recto of frontispiece.</p> <p>First Edition of the complete works of Glanvill on the occult, edited by the Cambridge Platonist Henry More (1614-87) from Glanvill’s previous publications and unpublished manuscripts. Glanvill and More formed what might be considered the first association for psychic research, to investigate phenomena such as witchcraft, hauntings, and spirit-rapping. Glanvill had also advocated that the Royal Society investigate witchcraft. His writing is esteemed for its style, in the manner of Sir Thomas Browne. Wing G 822. </p>
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com
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2014-07-14 11:31:45
POPISH PLOT.:
London, Printed for Samuel Heyrick; Thomas Dring; and John Wickins, 1681.FIRST EDITION 1681, folio, approximately 320 x 190 mm, 12½ x 7½ inches, 1 historiated initial, pages: (6), 104, 109 - 27, (1) - Contents table, jump in pagination present in all copies, nothing missing, collation: (A2), *1, B - Z2, Aa - Ii2, bound in modern quarter calf, blue paper boards, raised bands, gilt rules and 3 gilt lettered black morocco labels to spine, new endpapers. A small area of indentations to upper cover, Order - to - print leaf (A1v) browned and dusty, crack between *1v and B1r, Hh2v and Ii1, stab holes to inner margins from original binding as a pamphlet, final 2 leaves lightly foxed, final page slightly browned and with 2 small ink smudges, no loss of legibility. A very good copy. Letters relating to the 1678 so - called Popish Plot against Charles II invented by Titus Oates to foment anti Catholic hatred. Most of the collection consists of letters to and from Edward Colman or Coleman (1636?1678) an English Catholic courtier under Charles II of England and a charismatic Catholic convert who was appointed secretary to the Duke of York's second wife. He was hanged, drawn and quartered on a treason charge, having been implicated by Titus Oates in his false accusations. He is a Catholic martyr, beatified by Pope Pius XI in 1929. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST. Life [edit]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-14 09:23:46
WHALING. -
(Amsterdam, 1681). Engraving after Hendrik Goltzius by Gilliam van der Gouwen. Ca. 26 x 33 cm.* From: Bor. Oorsprongk, begin, en vervolgh der Nederlandsche oorlogen. - Stranded whale on the Dutch shore near Katwijk, February 2, 1598. This engraving 'is particular important as a prototype for both whale print iconography and 17th century Dutch landscape. This particular depiction of a sperm whale was to be copied for two hundred years in European stranded whale and natural history prints' (Ingalls p.190). - Fine.Muller, Historieplaten, 1082a; Ingalls, Lothrop Collection, 359; Brewington, Kendall Whaling Museum, 530; See Sliggers & Wertheim, 'Op het strand gesmeten', p.52-56.
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE
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2014-07-09 11:57:02
ESTRADA, Famiano.
Colonia, 1681. Primera Decada de las Guerras de Flandes, desde la muerte del Emperador Carlos V hasta el principio del Govierno de Alexandro Farnese escríta én latín por el P. Famiano Estrada, de la Compañía de Jesús ; y traducida en romance, por el P. Melchor de Novar, de la misma Compañía, Corregida y emmendada Por el Doctor de BONNE-MAISON. Con DOS magníficos grabados en el frotispicio, uno del Duque de Alva, y otro de un escudo de armas. Falta la pagina con el titulo. Tiene 30 pags., de dedicatorias, licencias, permisos, y 502 pags más de texto. Tiene un agujero en la parte inferior en las 150 pags., ultimas, sín afectar para nada al texto, y otros en el centro del libro que tampoco afectan la lectura, VER fotos. Size: 32 X 20 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Reus, Paris, Londres [Valldoreix, Spain]
2014-07-06 20:14:05
WINGATE Edm. (Edmund 1596-1656)
London, 1681 And from thence continued down under their proper titles alphabetically to this present year 1681. In full brown contemporary calf, some blind tooling, corners and edges bumped and worn slightly. Spine has raised bands, edges bumped and cracked a little, title label lacking. Internally, hinge weak, stamp of Jones Panton to fpd, lacking feps, title page text within double ruled borders, 2 small chips at head, ink signature, [4], 688 pp, [62] the Table, [1] advert, some worm holes to margins of last few table pages. An excellent copy of a scarce title, rarely coming on the market! (ESTC R34887. Wing E909) Wingate, mathematician and legal writer, who apart from the book on the rule of proportion, which reappeared in several forms during his lifetime and after his death, Wingate wrote a very popular arithmetic. This first appeared in 1630 and editions continued to appear until 1760.During the 1640s Wingate gave his attention to the study of law and produced several books in this field, mainly concerning the role of the justice of the peace. See ODNB.
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2014-07-05 01:09:23
CHARAS (Moyse, apothicaire)
à Paris, chez l'auteur, 1681, 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.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2014-07-04 16:32:55
Francisco Garau
. Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1681. 512Pag+9h. 21x15. El Olimpo del sabio instruido de la naturaleza y segunda parte de la maximas politicas, y morales, ilustradas con todo genero de erudicion sacra y humana por Francisco Garau. Bilingüe. Magnifica Obra y buen estado. Ref 8.5 Biblioteca L.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-07-04 09:21:49
SANDERSON, Robert.
London: printed by Tho. Hodgkin. 1681. Folio, engraved frontispiece; a good copy in handsome contemporary calf binding. Seventh edition, with a laudatory biography of Sanderson, the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, by Isaac Walton. Direct and pious, Sanderson's sermons are clear and affecting: Charles I commented: 'I carry my ears to hear other preachers, but I carry my conscience to hear Dr. Sanderson'. Extremities worn and lacking lower panel of spine.
Bookseller: Hordern House [Australia]
2014-06-25 19:16:35
Doleman, R. (pseudonym)
London: Unknown, 1681. London: Unknown. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1681. Second Edition. First Printing. Leather. Beautifully bound in modern royal blue half-leather over marbled boards, spine in five compartments separated by raised bands, gilt title in one compartments, date at foot, brown endpapers, all edges gilt. This is the second edition of a volume first published in 1593 by R. Doleman (a pseudonym). The only indication of the publisher is the following statement on the title page: "Re-printed at N. with License." 12mo. (ii), (i-fold-out family tree), (16), 175, (4), 202 pp. The complete title is: "A conference about the next succession to the crown of England divided into two parts : the first containeth the discourse of a civil lawyer, how and in what manner propinquity of bloud is to be preferred : the second containeth the speech of a temporal lawyer about the particular titles of all such as do, or may, pretend (within England or without) to the next succession: whereunto is also added a new and perfect arbor and genealogy of the descents of all the kings and princes of England, from the Conquest to the present day, whereby each mans pretence is made more plain." The following information is written in what appears to be a fine 18th century hand on the verso of the ffep: "This rare volume was supposed to have been written by Cardinal Allen, Father Parsons the Jesuit and Sir F. Englefield. Such was the alarm excited by this appearance, that an act passed in the 35th of Elizabeth making it high treason for any person to have a copy in his possession, which … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-06-25 14:20:34
Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Hochf?l: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1681).. Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Hochfürstl: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1681).. Einblattdruck. Oben mittig mit Allianzwappen der Familien Dernbach, Milchling, Clauer und Marstall (9,5 x 7,5 cm), links und rechts jeweils eine Leiste mit je 6 Wappenschildern der Beisitzer, das unterste rechte mit leerem und unbezeichnetem Wappenschild. Jeweils in Holzschnitt. 42,5 x 33 cm. Nicht im VD 17, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. Offensichtlich seltener Einblattdruck, der die Daten der Bamberger Gerichtstage verkündet und Richter und Beisitzer auflistet. - Sehr gutes und frisches Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2014-06-18 16:24:35
[ELSYNGE, HENRY]
Printed for Joseph Lawson Bookseller. Printed for Joseph Lawson Bookseller. First edition, one of three issues in 1681.. Some smudges and foxing; very good copy.. Wing 2433. 8vo, modern calf, gilt lettering. Part of a larger work on parliamentary procedure and history by Henry Elsynge (1577-1635), a parliamentary official, but not published until after his lifetime: "Elsynge played an important part in the codification of the procedure of the House of Lords and in the development and preservation of its records. His principal claim to recognition is as a scholar and historian of parliament, using the original documents to which his official positions at the Tower and at Westminster gave him access. His studies formed the basis of his treatise on parliament entitled The Manner of Holding Parliaments in England . . . which remained unfinished at his death. Subsequently various parts have been published. Book 1 first appeared in 1660. A chapter on judicature, formerly attributed in error to John Selden, appeared in an imperfect form in 1681 . . . " The attribution to John Selden remains to this day in many catalogue entries, including ESTC. An interesting copy, with corrections, annotations and substantial additions on more than 25 pages. On the title-page are two signatures: the first has been marked through and difficult to read, but is possibly the signature of author Fabian Philipps (1601-1690), who was interested in matters of parliamentary procedure and history; and the second signature is that of Edward Ward, possibly the judge and lawyer, Sir Edward Ward (1638-1714). … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop
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2014-06-04 16:26:23
François TOLET
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
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2014-05-28 12:32:12
BURNETIUS T. (BURNET Thomas)
Londini, 1681. Petit in / 4 reliure plein velin, dos lisse à pièce de titre, 11 gravures in - texte, 7 f., 306 p., 1 f. Plats déformés ; belle typographie. Un ex - libris (Comte de Boutourlin). 4mo full contemporary vellum, title piece on smooth spine, 11 etchings, [7], 306 p., [1]. bowed boards, rare slight foxes ; nice typography. Thomas Burnet (1635 - 1715), écrivain et théologien anglais. Il fut directeur du collège de Charterhouse à Londres (1685), maître de l'hôpital de Sutton à Londres, chapelain et secrétaire du cabinet du roi Guillaume III d'Angleterre ; mais il perdit sa faveur et ses places pour avoir émis dans plusieurs de ses ouvrages des opinions condamnables sur la religion. La plupart de ses écrits sont à l'Index. Dans Telluris theoria sacra, Burnet tente de réconcilier la théorie de la Terre de Descartes avec la Bible. relié DeCollection
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Lucas Philippe
2014-05-22 15:23:28
Doleman, R. (pseudonym)
Unknown, London, 1681. Near Fine with no dust jacket. Second Edition. First Printing. Leather Beautifully bound in modern royal blue half-leather over marbled boards, spine in five compartments separated by raised bands, gilt title in one compartments, date at foot, brown endpapers, all edges gilt. This is the second edition of a volume first published in 1593 by R. Doleman (a pseudonym). The only indication of the publisher is the following statement on the title page: "Re-printed at N. with License." 12mo. (ii), (i-fold-out family tree), (16), 175, (4), 202 pp. The complete title is: "A conference about the next succession to the crown of England divided into two parts : the first containeth the discourse of a civil lawyer, how and in what manner propinquity of bloud is to be preferred : the second containeth the speech of a temporal lawyer about the particular titles of all such as do, or may, pretend (within England or without) to the next succession: whereunto is also added a new and perfect arbor and genealogy of the descents of all the kings and princes of England, from the Conquest to the present day, whereby each mans pretence is made more plain." The following information is written in what appears to be a fine 18th century hand on the verso of the ffep: "This rare volume was supposed to have been written by Cardinal Allen, Father Parsons the Jesuit and Sir F. Englefield. Such was the alarm excited by this appearance, that an act passed in the 35th of Elizabeth making it high treason for any person to have a copy in his possession, which may account for its great … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Round Table Books, LLC
2014-05-22 15:23:28
Doleman, R. (pseudonym)
Unknown, London 1681 - Beautifully bound in modern royal blue half-leather over marbled boards, spine in five compartments separated by raised bands, gilt title in one compartments, date at foot, brown endpapers, all edges gilt. This is the second edition of a volume first published in 1593 by R. Doleman (a pseudonym). The only indication of the publisher is the following statement on the title page: "Re-printed at N. with License." 12mo. (ii), (i-fold-out family tree), (16), 175, (4), 202 pp. The complete title is: "A conference about the next succession to the crown of England divided into two parts : the first containeth the discourse of a civil lawyer, how and in what manner propinquity of bloud is to be preferred : the second containeth the speech of a temporal lawyer about the particular titles of all such as do, or may, pretend (within England or without) to the next succession: whereunto is also added a new and perfect arbor and genealogy of the descents of all the kings and princes of England, from the Conquest to the present day, whereby each mans pretence is made more plain." The following information is written in what appears to be a fine 18th century hand on the verso of the ffep: "This rare volume was supposed to have been written by Cardinal Allen, Father Parsons the Jesuit and Sir F. Englefield. Such was the alarm excited by this appearance, that an act passed in the 35th of Elizabeth making it high treason for any person to have a copy in his possession, which may account for its great scarcity. The printer was hung, drawn, and quartered. A copy was purcha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Round Table Books, LLC
2014-04-30 10:23:37
FARIA Y SOUSA, Manuel de.
Lisboa, A costa d¿Antonio Craesbeeck de Mello, 1681. Plena piel de época, nervios, hierros dorados en lomo y tejuelo, cortes pintados, 30x20 cm., 3 hojas (incluso portada) + 207 pp. + 5 hojas (Tabla). Falta en la esquina inferior de pág, 99/100 (sin afectar al texto). Buen estado de conservación. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ORTIZ MARCOS Libros Antiguos [Madrid, Spain]
2014-04-19 09:52:46
R P D F Ioannis da SYLVEIRA (Joannis, Ioannes). Olyssiponensis Carmelitae, Regularis Observantiae, Sacrae Theologiae Primarii Lectoris Jubilati, ac Magistri Regentis
Anissonios - Lugduni, Apud Anissonios & Joann. Posuel, 1681 - 1687. Soit 10 volumes in-folio, entre 500 et 600 pages chacun, reliures plein vélin d'époque, dos à 5 nerfs, titres manuscrits sur les dos. Assez bon état général des 10 volumes, solides, sains dans l'ensemble et assez décoratifs malgré quelques accrocs sans gravité aux coiffes. Etat intérieur tout à fait correct, rousseurs sans gravité. Fort rare, surtout aussi complet.
Bookseller: Librairie Bernard Pettit
2014-04-16 12:32:00
Lafitau, Joseph-Franois.
Paris: chez Saugrain pere, quai des Augustins, au coin de la rue Pave, la Fleur de Lis. Jean-Baptiste Coignard fils,. [8], xxiv, 616, [47], [1] pp; [2], 693, [89], [2] pp. Modern full speckled calf to style, five raised bands, red morocco labels, gilt rules and titles. First edition. Illus. with 14 engraved plates (including frontis, 1 folding) and 1 folding map. Sabin 38591. European Americana 733/146. Borba de Moraes I: p. 386. Sommervogel IV, 1363. Graesse IV: 71. Brunet III: 14. A history of the Portuguese explorations of the 15th and 16th centuries. The world map delineates the voyages of Vasco da Gama, Cabral, and Magellan. Though best known for his 'M?urs des sauvages amriquains, ' Joseph-Franois Lafitau (1681-1746), a Jesuit missionary and discoverer of ginseng in North America, also wrote this two volume history which "is not just a compilation of original sources but an attempt to make available to French readers a story of exploration and adventure otherwise denied to them; in the chronicles, he sees a long development of customs hitherto unnoticed, such as he had reported in the 'M?urs'; from them, understood only, he says, in the original languages of the people who practice them, he builds his 'system' or philosophy of history, and once more he is concerned too with the relation between custom and natural history, or ecology, " William N. Fenton, 'Lafitau, Joseph-Franois.' in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 3. A very good copy, small repair to title page on volume I, some occasional browning, a few tiny marginal worm holes and a few small marginal chip … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB
2014-04-11 17:58:36
Sassonia Ercole
Ex Typographia Iacodi de Cadorinis,, Patavii, 1681 - In-folio (365x250mm), pp. (12), 572, cartonatura alla rustica coeva con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Impresa editoriale incisa su legno al frontespizio con una donna con i seni scoperti e reggente un ramo d'ulivo seduta su un globo terrestre; attorno al ramoscello d'ulivo si srotola un cartiglio col motto "Inferior dirito". Il tutto è racchiuso entro una cornice istoriata con putti e figure allegoriche. Dedica a stampa al patrizio padovano Domenico De Marchettis. Testatine e iniziali istoriate incise in xilografia, testo su doppia colonna. Precedono una biografia di Ercole Sassonia scritta da Jacopo Filippo Tomasini ed un indice. Sparse bruniture e gore, qualche forellino di tarlo marginale. Buon esemplare in barbe. Edizione padovana emendata, ed esemplata sulla precedente stampa del 1658, delle principali trattazioni mediche del Sassonia, spazianti dalle febbri alla cura della melanconia, dalla sifilide alla pulsologia, dall'esame delle urine alla preparazione della teriaca. Il Sassonia (Padova, 1551-ivi, 1607), professore nella città natia e a Venezia, fu medico di Massimiliano II a Vienna. I suoi scritti trattano prevalentemente delle malattie cutanee veneree. Krivatsy, 10263. Wellcome (on-line), n. 26602343 (edizione con data del 1682). Manca a B.L. (600), Bruni-Evans e Vinciana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2014-04-01 12:09:14
Worlidge, John]
Tho. Dring, London 1681 - [28], 72, 83-262, [2], 263-297, p. 300, 307-134 [i.e. 334], [6], full contemporary calf, raised bands, spine in six panels. Heavily rubbed, chipped to spine ends and outer joints with loss to leather, corners worn with loss to leather, scrape to upper board with leather relaid, inner joints exposed and slightly weak though holding well. Internally some light browning, couple of old pen drawings to front pastedown, the plate is chipped with repairs and remargined. With additional title page and the explanation leaf, the 'Kalendarium Rusticum' and 'Dictionarium Rusticum' have separate dated title page, on leaves 2P1r and 2X3r, respectively. Goldsmiths 2412; Kress 1549; Wing W3600. The first part, complete in itself, a second part was published in 1689 Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Temple Rare Books
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