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        Quaestionum Juris Civilis Centuria in Decem Classes Distributa.

      1682. London, 1682. 3rd & final edition. Zouch Poses Questions on the Civil Law for Students Zouch, Richard [1590-1661]. Quaestionum Juris Civilis Centuria in Decem Classes Distributa. Non Minus ad Legum Generalium Cognitionem, Quam ad Studiosorum Exercitationem, Accommodata. London: Excudebat Milo Flesher, Pro Gulielmo Robinson, 1682. [xvi], 511 pp. One endleaf at rear of text, a blank, lacking. 12mo. (5" x 3"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges. Some soiling and rubbing to extremities, rear free endpaper lacking. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to margins of a few leaves, small piece trimmed from bottom edge of title page with the loss to text. Small early owner signature to title page, interior otherwise. An appealing copy. $1,500. * Third and final edition. One of England's greatest civilians, Zouch was an advocate of Doctors' Commons, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty and Regius Professor of Civil Law at Oxford. He published treatises on a broad range of legal topics and is renowned for his contributions to international law. Quaestionum Juris Civilis Centuria is a volume of sample examination questions for students of the civil law. It was first published in 1659 (with a title page stating 1660). English Short-Title Catalogue R217442.

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        Chambre des Comptes de Bretagne]. Table par alphabet de tous les livres des mandements estants au greffe de la Chambre des Comptes de Bretagne.

      1682 ca 1682 - In-folio manuscrit de (224) ff., maroquin rouge, dos orné à nerfs, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats avec fleurons d'angle, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Important document calligraphié de la fin du XVIIe siècle vierge de toute marque administrative, qui répertorie les "livres de mandements" sur près de deux siècles depuis l'arrivée de la cour souveraine à Nantes jusqu'à la fin du XVIIe siècle : Du premier livre des mandements commencé le 23 mai 1496 (?) du 36e livre des mandements commencé en la France de 7bre 1681. Suivi des Anoblissements incerez dans les Livres de la Chanceleyrie estants dans la Chambre des comptes de Bretagne (1471-1483). La table établie vers 1682 (à l'époque du dernier livre recensé) propose un double classement chronologique et alphabétique selon la nature de l'acte. Les mandements se présentaient sous l'Ancien Régime comme des lettres à caractère administratif de toute nature, à un seul objet pour un bénéfice limité dans le temps : affranchissements, arrets, serment de fidelité, provisions, pouvoirs, lettres de contrôleur, amortissements, erection en chateleinye, dons, confirmation, contrats. L'installation à Nantes de la chambre des comptes de Bretagne est décidée par Anne de Bretagne en 1492, agrandie et rebâtie sous trois règnes successifs jusqu'en 1553 avant d'importantes modifications au XVIIIe siècle. Elle compta jusqu'à 1200 magistrats dont soixante-dix neuf membres furent anoblies grâce à l'institution. Les présidents et les procureurs généraux venaient de l?ancienne noblesse. Traces d'usures (coiffes et coins frottés), mouillures sur la reliure. Pièce précieuse en maroquin rouge de l'époque qui a échappé en son temps aux Archives de la Province de Bretagne établies à Nantes dans le même bâtiment que la Chambre des Comptes.

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        Ducatus Chablasius et Lacus Lemanus Cum Regionibus adjacentibus. - Th. Borgonius inv. - Joannes de Broen Sculp.':.

      - Altkolorierter und goldgehöhter Kupferstich v. J. de Broen n. Th. Borgonius aus Blaeu Städtebuch: Theatrum Statuum Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudiae Ducis, Pedemontii Principis . b. Joan & Cornelis Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1682, 38,5 x 60 Zeigt den Genfer See mit den angrenzenden Gebieten. - Oben links Kartusche mit Kartentitel in 4 Zeilen; unten rechts Kartusche Meilenzeigern; unten mittig am Kartenrand Zeichner- und Stechersignatur Tadelloses goldgehöhtes Exemplar mit altem Flächenkolorit. The map oldcoloured and highness with gold in super condition! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Orbis Seraphicus. Historia de Tribus Ordinibus a Seraphico Patriarcha S. Francisco institutis ... per 4 mundi partes De missionibus Fratrum Minorum a sacra congregatione de propaganda fide dependentibus. 4 Bände (das komplette Grundwerk).

      Rom, Caballi bzw. Tinassio und Lyon, apud Anissonios, Joannem Posuel et C. Rigaud (Bd. 2), 1682-1685. Folio (35 x 23 cm). - I: 12 Bll., XVI, 725 S., 1 Bl., [3] pp. - II: 12 Bll., 940 Spalten, 20 Bll. + 5 Bll., 106 Spalten, 3 Bll. - III: 19, 705 pp. - IV: 28, 427, 117 Seiten. Band 1 mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Geprägte Schweinslederbände der Zeit über Holzdeckel mit Schließen (die Schließbügel des 3. Bandes fehlen). *Erste Ausgabe des umfangreichen Grundwerkes der Geschichte des Ordens der Franziskaner in 4 Bänden. - 1689 erschien noch ein fünfter Band als Supplement über die Franziskaner in den Missionen \"De missionibus inter infideles\" (Teils 1), der erst 1886 von einem anderen Verfasser in einem 6. Band als Nachtrag vollendet wurde. - Vorliegend das komplette Grundwerk, vollständig recht selten, da der zweite Band in Lyon, die anderen Bände in Rom erschienen waren. Der zweite Band inklusive des Anhanges \"Antiquioritas Franciscana ad libram historicae veritatis examinata ... a Fortunaro Sospitello\" (106 Spalten). - Einbände leicht fleckig. Seiten etwas gebräunt und gelegentlich mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren. Insgesamt ordenrlich erhalten in 4 intakten barocken Holzdeckeleinbänden. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Prediche Quaresimali del P. Maestro Felice Mattioli, da Gualdo Minor Convent. Theologo Dell’ Altezza Serenissima di Ranuccio II. Duca di Parma, e di Piacenza &c. Contre Indici

      Fulignio: Antonio Marriotti 1682 - First edition. Original publishers paper covered boards. Title in ink to the spine, paper shelf label. The book contains forty sermons by Mattioli. There are numerous woodcut vignettes, historiated capitals and other designs. Title (end papers look newer, although still quite old), dedication, imprimatur, author note, subject index, twenty sermons, biblical index, index of notable things, printer’s register. NB - the text is entirely in Italian. The publisher’s paper boards have about half of the spine missing to them, and a few stains to the boards otherwise. The end papers (and inside board lining) looks newer, but has a watermark of a bird on three mountains. I have traced this back to three items, all bound in Italy between 1650 and 1690 - so they probably are original. The title page has some darkening / foxing to it, the rest of the pages have a touch of darkening / marking. The binding has slightly cracked to register +, but is still holding well. A couple of the pages have closed tears, where they have strained to the binding, and the rear end paper has a loss of about 1 inch square. Otherwise sound There is a digitised copy of part of a first edition (up to p 184) (held at the Bavarian State Library). This has an ornate additional page (in the style of a title). I believe this is a later large bookplate. There are two reasons for this. Although the digitisation makes it hard to certain, this looks like a steel engraving, it is certainly in a different style to any of the woodcuts. Additionally, my copy, which is complete, has its complete register, and so is not lacking any pages. [xvi], 1-512, i-xxvii pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bonneville, anno 1682, Blaeu Townbook

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Bonneville, anno 1682, Blaeu Townbook Copperengraving, edited by Blaeu in Sabaudia, anno 1682, engraved by J. de Ram, Size: 46 x 58 cm., printed on thick paper, on margins little waterstained. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Tryal of Witches, At the Assizes Held at Bury St Edmonds for the.

      1682 - A Famous Witchcraft Trial [Trial]. Cullender, Rose [d. 1665], Defendant. Duny, Amy [d. 1665], Defendant. Hale, Sir Matthew [1609-1676], Judge. A Tryal of Witches, At the Assizes Held at Bury St. Edmonds for the County of Suffolk; On the Tenth Day of March, 1664. Before Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. Then Lord Chief Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer. London: Printed for William Shrewsbery, 1682. [iv], 59 pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Later three-quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt rules to boards, gilt title to spine, marbled endpapers. Moderate rubbing to extremities, light rubbing to boards, which are slightly warped, armorial bookplates to front pastedown and free endpaper, top-edge of text block trimmed closely, text not affected. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in places. Early owner signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. A Tryal of Witches is an account of the Lowestoft Witchcraft trial conducted at Bury St. Edmonds. Well-known in its day, this remains the most famous English witchcraft trial because it was, thanks to this account, well-documented. Also, it involved many leading jurists and experts of the day, most notably Thomas Browne, a physician who presented one of the earliest examples of psychiatric testimony as an expert witness. Some experts believe this account inspired the Salem Witchcraft trials. Indeed, Browne's testimony was quoted at that trial by Cotton Mather. A Tryal of Witches was later appended to Hale's Short Treatise Touching Sheriffs Accompts (1683). Excluding copies issued with the 1683 treatise, OCLC locates 3 copies in North American law libraries (at Columbia, George Washington University and York University). English Short-Title Catalogue R37899. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Mercurius compitalitius sive index medico-practicus. Per decisiones, cautiones, animadversiones, castigationes & observationes in singulis affectibus praeter naturam et praesidiis medicis, diaeteticis, chirurgicis & pharmaceuticis ex probatissimis practicis, pricis & neotericis depromptas veram et tutam medendi viam ostendens. Accessit appendix de medici munere.

      Leonard Chouët,, Genève, 1682 - Genève, Leonard Chouët, 1682. Folio. 12 n.n. Bl., 987 S., 15 n.n. S. Index. Mit einer gestochenen Titelvignette. Pergamentband der Zeit. Waller 1276 (mit 1683). - Hirsch-H. I, 619. - Dict. hist. méd. I, 444. "C'est un dictionnaire de médecine pratique dont chaque article est composé d'extraits d'un grand nombre d'auteurs choisis avec discernement." - Erste Ausgabe. Drei Jahre nach seinem Hauptwerk zur Pathologie, der "Sepulchretum" erschienene Sammlung. Im Gegensatz zu dieser wird hier die Diagnostik in der praktischen Medizin behandelt. - Durchgehend gebräunt und stockfleckig. Pergamentbezug am Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Kleine Wurmspur im Hinterdeckel und auf den letzten 3 Blatt. - Selten. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De Jure Maritimo et Navali: Or, a Treatise of Affairs Maritime...

      1682. Important Early Treatise on Maritime Law Molloy, Charles [1646-1690]. De Jure Maritimo et Navali: Or, a Treatise of Affairs Maritime and of Commerce. In Three Books. London: Printed for John Bellinger, 1682. [xxiv], 433, [15] pp. Two-page copperplate pictorial frontispiece, three-page publisher advertisement. Large octavo (7-3/4" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, rebacked in period style, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Some mottling to boards, light rubbing to edges, corners bumped, upper margins of frontispiece mended (no loss to image). Some toning to text, light foxing to preliminaries and a few other places. "6/6" in early hand to margin of frontispiece, interior otherwise clean. * Third edition, one of two issues from 1682. For many years this was the standard treatise on international, commercial and maritime law, and went through many editions, the first published in 1676, the last in 1778. "It was not until 1676 that a man, who had some claims to be called an English lawyer, wrote upon [bills of exchange]. Charles Molloy who was both a civilian and a member of Lincoln's Inn and Gray's Inn, in the second book of his very successful treatise, De Jure Maritimo et Navali, gives us some account of these branches of the law" (Holdsworth). Chapters III and IV deal with privateers and piracy. Holdsworth, Sources and Literature of English Law 210. English Short-Title Catalogue R32101.

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        Nineteen Years Travels through the most Eminent Places in the Habitable World.

      London, for John Wright & Thomas Passinger, 1682. - (8), 481, (7) pp. With woodcut frontispiece and 6 woodcut plates, all folding. Later brown sheepskin with giltstamped red spine label. Marbled endpapers. 8vo. Somewhat later edition of this famous work that saw twelve editions by 1814, originally published under the title "The total discourse, of the rare adventures, and painefull peregrinations of long nineteene years travayles, from Scotland to the most famous kingdomes in Europe, Asia, and Affrica" in 1632; a first draft had appeared in 1614. No copy of this 1682 edition at auction in 35 years. - Lithgow, a Scot, travelled extensively throughout the Levant in three journeys between 1610 and 1622, visiting Greece, Constantinople and the Eastern Mediterranean from 1610-13; North Africa and Italy from 1614-19; and Spain from 1619-21. "He travelled mostly on foot and had a greater knowledge of the interior of the countries he visited than most travellers of this period. He provides interesting details of the society, men, and manners he observed" (Blackmer). Lithgow's work is "probably the earliest authority for coffee-drinking in Europe, Turkish baths, a pigeon post between Aleppo and Bagdad, the long Turkish tobacco-pipes, artificial incubation, and the importation (since about 1550) of currants from Zante to England" (DNB). - Frontispiece laid down. Several minor defects to paper, pre-dating the printing process, to fols. G2, Aa1, Ee3, and Hh5 (hence slight loss to individual letters). Trimmed rather closely, with some headlines shaved. Generally a nice, clean copy. Wing L2541. DNB 33, 361. OCLC 12646376. ESTC (RLIN) R028791. Cf. Blackmer 1021 (1640 second ed. only). Not in Howgego.

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        De vera proportione circuli ad Quadratum circumscriptum in numeris rationalibus (pp.41-46, 1 Taf.). + Unicum opticae, catoptriae & dioptricae principium (pp.185-190, 1 Taf. mit 2 Fig.). & 2 other.

      - Acta Eruditorum, 1+2. - Leipzig, Grossium & Gleditsch, 1682, 4°, (10), 402, (6) pp., 21 Kupferstichtafeln; 1683, 4°, (8), 561, (7) pp., 14 Kupferstichtafeln, Pergamenteinband der Zeit. First Edition ! - - I. De vera proportione circuli ad quadratum circumscriptum in numeris rationalibus. Mit Kupfertafel. (1682: pp.41-46). - This was Leibniz first article published in Acta Eruditorum; He deals with mensuration and describes the Leibniz series 1-1/3+1/5-1/7.=pi/4. - - II. Unicum opticae, catoptricae et dioptricae principium. Mit Kupfertafel. (1682: pp.185-190). - Leibniz hinted at the derivation of the law of refraction by means of extreme value methods. He names p.186 his method: "methodo de maximus et minimis" not jet published. - "Auch Leibniz lehnte die Descartessche Ableitung mit ihren Voraussetzungen ab und wandte ebenfalls das Heronsche Prinzip an, verstand aber unter Kraftaufwand eine Arbeitsleistung. Damit war das Brechnungsgesetz endgültig festgestellt, unabhängig von den Voraussetzungen über das Wesen des Lichts" Hoppe, Geschichte der Optik, p.35; vgl. DSB VIII, pp.156 ff. - - III. Meditatio de separatione salis et aquae dulcis, novoque separationum chymicarum genere. (1682: pp.386-388). - Leibniz publishes in the Acta Eruditorum a short "Meditatio de Separatione Salis et aquae dulcis, novoque Separationum Chymicarum genere [Meditation on the Separation of Salt and Fresh Water, and on the Genus of Chemical Separations]." Considering this treatise's appearance shortly after the work on phosphorus and the one on the 'spiritus ardens', and considering that these appear at a time when we know Leibniz was working on the animal-economical texts that will be studied in the following chapter, we may say that the early 1680s mark a high point in both Leibniz's chemical and physiological interests. We may also conjecture that he saw the two domains of inquiry as deeply interwoven, even inseparable: there is, Leibniz believed, an application for chemistry in the study of animal bodies. Animal economy considers these bodies qua structures; chemistry studies them as masses. The fact that the raw material for some of the most important chemical experiments of Leibniz's day came directly from the animal or human body-for example, the use of urine for the production of phosphorus-further shows how difficult it would have been for Leibniz and his contemporaries to make a firm distinction between chemistry as the study of all sorts of mixtures, on the one hand, and on the other what we call "biology." Justin E.H. Smith, Divine Machines (2011), p.30 - - IV. Meditatio juridico-mathematica de interusurio simplice. (1682: pp.425-432) . - Mathematik, Statistik und Versicherung - "Auch selbst hat sich Leibniz eingehend mit Fragen der Versicherungsmathematik, insbesondere des Barwertes, des Gesundheitswesens und der Statistik befaßt. Er forderte die jährliche Veröffentlichung von Geburts- und Sterbelisten im Interesse des Ausbaus der Personenversicherung. Außerdem dachte er an eine "Reservekasse als Nothpfennig für Witwen und Waisen", wofür jedem Beamten von seiner Besoldung jeweils ein bestimmter Betrag abgezogen werden sollte, um die Hinterbliebenen vor dem äußersten Ruin und Armut nach dem Tode des Ernährers zu schützen. - Dem weiteren Fortschritt des Versicherungswesens kam schließlich außer der Erfindung seiner Rechenmaschine die Entwicklung der Zinseszinsrechnung zu statten, die er 1683 in der damaligen Gelehrtenzeitschrift "Acta Eruditorum" veröffentlichte." Peter Koch, Geschichte der Versicherungswissenschaft in Deutschland: Aus Anlass seiner . (1998), pp.61-62 - "A detailed legal and economic apologia for the principle of discounting with compound interest is to be found for the first time in the works of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in 1682. He shows that the calculation of capital values follows from three self-evident legal maxims for the premature redemption of a debt. Compound interest is a result of the . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ORBIS TERRARUM TABULA RECENS EMENDATA ET IN LUCEM EDITA'. Double hemisphere world map with two small circular astronomical diagrams and extensive allegorical scenes in each corner depicting the four continents. California is shown as an island. Engraved by Stoopendaal with information by A. Hogeboom for a Dutch bible edition by

      Hendrik and Jacob Keur ca. 1682 - 36x47cm. Full original colour. Occasional very slight browning. Very good condition. This finely executed map has the same corner decorations as the Visscher map of 1658. - This edition without any address. Shirley 513.

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        Saorge, anno 1682, Blaeu townbook

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Copperengraving, edited by the Blaeu family, in the townbooks, anno 1682, "Oppidi Saurgii, et Viae Regiae a Carolo Emanuele I. Constructae, Geminus Prospectus ad Meridiem, & ad Occasum" Printed on thick paper, size 49 x 60 cm.2 small wormholes. Reference: Fauser, 12 553 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De ratiociniis administratorum et computationibus variis aliis tractatus praegnantissimus. Omnibus iuri operam dantibus tam in theoria quam praxi vtilis iudicibus et aduocatis pernecessarius. UNITO A Augusti Hoffmanni Jcti Consiliarii Ducalis Saxonici De Jure rerum individuarum tractatio methodica qua subtilissima e intricatissima individuitatis materia ex genuinis Juris Publici ac Privati principiis simul ac veterum e recentiorum scriptis selectioribus nervose ac perspique explicatur cum rerum indice . Halae Magdeburgicae typis Johannis Gruneri 1701 pp. (20) + 488 + (56)

      apud Wolffgangum Mauritium et Filios Johannis Andreae Endteros, Noribergae 1682 - Ex libris al risguardo esemplari puliti lievi bruniture e rifilatura di testa Frontespizii rosso e nero con marca tipografica capilettera ornati (10) + 650 + (72) p. 2 opere in 1 tomo 205x170 mm

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        Les offices de Ciceron EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: Chez le veuve de Jean-Baptiste Coignard, 1682. Fine. Chez le veuve de Jean-Baptiste Coignard, à Paris 1682, Grd. in-8 (13x19,5cm), relié. - Second edition statement Copy the figure on the back and corners of the boards RP Le Roy (the name is struck in gold letters on the inside edge. Monogram ALPR Binding in full eighteenth blond calf. Back with nerves decorated with a crowned monogram repeated 5 times, in boxes finely decorated. Part of title in red morocco. triple net framing the boards with monograms in the spandrels. Gilt edges. Slot upper joint in mind. restoration along the upper joint. A dull corner. Fine copy in a fine binding. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Mention de seconde édition de cette traduction par l'abbé de Saint-Pierre sur l'édition latine de Grovius, accompagnée de notes et sommaires des chapitres par M. Du Bois. Une vignette de titre par Mariette. Exemplaire au chiffre sur le dos et dans les angles des plats du R.P. Le Roy (le nom est frappé en lettres dorées sur la bordure intérieure. Monogramme A.L.P.R. Reliure en plein veau blond XVIIIe. Dos à nerfs orné d'un monogramme couronné répété 5 fois, dans des caissons décorés finement. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats avec monogrammes dans les écoinçons. Tranches dorées. Fente au mors supérieure en tête. restauration le long du mors supérieur. Un coin émoussé. Bel exemplaire, dans une fine reliure. Les Offices sont une suite d'exhortations au fils de Ciceron sur diverses matières, en rapport avec les devoirs de l'honnête homme. Ce sujet eut particulièrement d'échos au XVIIe. Ciceron composa cet ouvrage une fois qu'il eut envoyé son fils étudier à Athènes chez Cratippus, un des plus grands philosophes vivant alors.

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        Ducatus Chablasius et Lacus Lemanus Cum Regionibus adjacentibus. - Th. Borgonius inv. - Joannes de Broen Sculp.':.

      - Altkolorierter und goldgehöhter Kupferstich v. J. de Broen n. Th. Borgonius aus Blaeu Städtebuch: Theatrum Statuum Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudiae Ducis, Pedemontii Principis . b. Joan & Cornelis Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1682, 38,5 x 60 Zeigt den Genfer See mit den angrenzenden Gebieten. - Oben links Kartusche mit Kartentitel in 4 Zeilen; unten rechts Kartusche Meilenzeigern; unten mittig am Kartenrand Zeichner- und Stechersignatur Tadelloses goldgehöhtes Exemplar mit altem Flächenkolorit. The map oldcoloured and highness with gold in super condition! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Vercelli,Piedmont,anno 1682,Blaeus townbook

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Vercelli,Piedmont,anno 1682,Blaeus townbook Copperengraving, edited in Blaeus townbooks, anno 1682, size: 51x59 cm., printed on thick paper, good condition, only little brownish, centerfold ok. Vercelli is a town in the Province of Vercelli, Piedmont, northern Italy. Reference: Fauser 14 762 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Scintilla nuptialis,pro solatio parochorum excitata, quae Centum quinquaginta (150) themata nuptialia comprehendit.

      Czernoch, Prag 1682 - ( In lateinischer Sprache ) Mit Titelkupfer, Titelblatt, 3 n.n. Blätter *Dedicatio*, 167 Seiten mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten, Halblederband mit marmorierten Pappdeckeln wohl etwas späterer Zeit, 8° ( 15 x 9,5 cm ). Einband von schlechter Erhaltung: Berieben, etwas fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Bezugspapier mit Fehlstellen, der schmale Einbandrücken mit Resten alter Bibliotheksmarken. Das schöne Titelkupfer ( niederknieendes Paar bei der Eheschließung vor dem Altar und Priester ) stärker gebräunt und stockfleckig, mit Ausriss zum rechten Außenrand hin (ohne Bildverlust) sowie mit handschriftlichen Anmerkungen von alter Hand *Eccles. S. Jacobi* sowie Namenszug. Innen Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf dem Titelblatt, Seiten teils etwas fleckig oder stockfleckig, Papier gebräunt. - von hoher Seltenheit - ( Gewicht 150 Gamm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Tryal and Condemnation of George Borosky alias Boratzi, Christopher Vratz and John Stern; for the Barbarous Murder of Thomas Thynn, Esq; Together with the Tryal of Charles John Count Conningsmark as Accessory before the Fact to the same Murder

      . Modern cloth backed decorated boards, some embrowning yet sound. Printed for Thomas Basset, London, 1682.

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        The Tryal and Condemnation of George Borosky alias Boratzi, Christopher Vratz and John Stern; for the Barbarous Murder of Thomas Thynn, Esq; Together with the Tryal of Charles John Count Conningsmark as Accessary before the Fact to the same Murder

      . Modern 1/4 calf, a good, clean copy. Printed for Thomas Basset [etc.], London, 1682.

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        The Journals of all the Parliaments during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, both of the House of Lords and House of Commons. Revised and published by Paul Bowes, of the Middle-Temple London, Esq.

      Printed for John Starkey. 1682 [12], 689, [19]pp, fine engraved frontispiece depicting Queen Elizabeth in Parliament. Folio. Leading edge A2 chipped & dusted, first few pages rather browned, final leaf creased at fore-edge, endpapers & pastedowns rather foxed. Full contemporary mottled calf, raised bands, red morocco label; expert repairs to joints and head & tail of spine. Armorial bookplate of William Perceval, Esq., his crest at foot of spine.ESTC R303. The first edition, and a detailed account of debates in both houses of Parliament from 1559 until 1601. Collected by Sir Simonds d'Ewes, 1602-1650, knight and baronet of Stow Hall in Suffolk, and a member of the Long Parliament. His transcriptions of primary documents that are now lost is an important legacy, and they were revised and published in 1682 by his nephew, the lawyer and antiquary Paul Bowes.

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        [The Andrews / Long Family prayer book] : The Book of Common Prayer [1682]; The New Testament... [1679]; The Whole Book of Psalms ... [1684]

      London: [Various publishers], [Various dates]. Leather. Good. Octavo (18 cm); three works in one volume. The Book of Common Prayer: [Oxford]: for Thomas Guy, 1682. [168] (of 169?) leaves, lacks printed title page. Engraved title page torn at upper right with some loss. Worm trails. Collation (varies from ESTC copy) pi, A-U\8, X\4, lacking pi; engraved title page showing a cathedral nave; armorial tail piece with crest of Charles II. The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior....: London: printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1679. [192] leaves. Collation varies from ESTC entry, and from any of the copies collated in Darlowe and Moule, viz: Aa\8-Aaa\8. The Whole Book of Psalms: Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others... London: The Company of Stationers, 1684. [2], 131, [19] pages, last blank. Bound in contemporary full calf tooled in blind with floral and geometric motives on both boards. Binding worn. Armorial bookplate of Robert Andrews (1703-1763) on lower pastedown. Armorial bookplate of William Long (1817-1886) on upper pastedown, showing the Long crest and motto with handwritten inscription to Elizabeth Hare Long from her aunt, Elizabeth Nott, "grandaughter [sic] of Robert Andrews." Manuscript family record of births and deaths on front blanks and on inserted leaf in the hand of Robert Andrews (1703-1763), lawyer and property developer. "No builder or developer played a greater role in making the Grosvenors' Mayfair estate a byword for high-quality Georgian housing," according to DNB. Andrews became the attorney for many of Britain's aristocratic families, including that of Frederick, Prince of Wales.

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        Pratique de la géométrie sur le papier et sur le terrain ou par une méthode

      à Paris: chez Jean Jomb, 1682. Fine. chez Jean Jomb, à Paris 1682, in 12 (16x9,5cm), (6) 188pp. (8), relié. - New edition, after the original from 1669. A frontispiece and 82 figures Full brown calf antique, back tooled raised and part of title in red morocco. Old pocket curbs and corners, cracked joint restorations and a very slight lack in tail headdress. This treatise on geometry had a significant influence, Le Clerc (1637-1714) wrote it for the benefit of all trades who used the drawing, it is indeed primarily a practical treatise for use. Geometrical figures are presented from architectural designs, characters, rural scenes. In addition to being a famous writer, Le Clerc was engineer geographer, professor of perspective, and was admitted to the Academy as a painter, he also wrote a treatise on architecture. Louis XIV appointed him recorder's office. Bookplate P. Garetta engraved in blue. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après l'originale de 1669. Un frontispice et 82 figures Reliure en plein veau brun d'époque, dos à nerfs orné et pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Menues restaurations anciennes aux bordures et coins, mors fendillés et un très léger manque en coiffe de queue. Ce traité de géométrie eut une influence importante, Le Clerc (1637-1714) le rédigea à l'intention de tous les corps de métiers qui utilisaient le dessin, c'est en effet avant tout un traité pratique destiné à l'usage. Les figures de géométrie sont présentées parmi des décors d'architecture, des personnages, des scènes champêtres. En plus d'être un graveur célèbre, Le Clerc fut ingénieur géographe, professeur de perspective, et il fut admis à l'Académie comme peintre, il a également rédigé un traité d'architecture. Louis XIV le nomma graveur de son cabinet. Ex libris de P. Garetta gravé en bleu.

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        Vom dreyfachen Leben des Menschen; Vierzig Fragen von der Seelen; Von sechs Puncten [Three Volumes in Two]

      Amsterdam. Hardcover. Amsterdam, 1682. 12mo, contemporary calf, 307 + 158 + 104 pp. Spines in six compartments, tooled in gilt. Three engraved titles, two folding plates. Quite well preserved, with excellent contents and strong contemporary bindings. Deaccessioned from a rare books room of an institutional library, with normal marks to endpapers. Tear of about one inch to one of the folding plates at fold. Three volumes of Bohme's Alle Theosophische Wercken [of 10]. ?The meeting of alchemical and religious currents in Boehme?s thought was of primary interest to Jung, who wrote: ?It was Bohme who influenced by alchemy and the Cabala equally, envisaged a paradoxical God-image in which the good and the bad aspects appertain to the same divine being??? ? Macphail 89, note; Jouin & Descreaux 790. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. . Very Good. 1682. First Edition.

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        1682 Vellum PIERRE JURIEU - DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE Published by A. Arondeus FIRST EDITION

      La Haye, The Hague, The Netherlands: CHEZ ABRAHAM ARONDEUS, 1682. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fair. LES DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE AFFLIGÉE - Volume I and II (bound together in this single book), par (PIERRE JURIEU). A LA HAYE : CHEZ ABRAHAM ARONDEUS, Marchand Libraire au Palais, a l'Enseigne du Roy de France, M. DC. LXXXII (1682). This book almost immediately became an important and controversial work that was quickly reprinted, most notably by Chez David Dufour, Ville Franche, who republished the book in several editions also in the year 1682. VELLUM BOUND, small format 3" x 5.25", two parts in this one book (complete), pagination: [4], 182; [2],160 pages. I collated both Volume I and Volume II page-by-page with the copy of each volume held in the Rare Book Holdings of the Bavarian State Library, Germany. Those rare copies were digitized in 2010. Condition: The vellum covers are yellowed with age, stained, worn through along some of the edges, are peeling at the folds and edges, and have a 1/2 piece missing at the bottom of the spine; the inner rear hinge has completely split, exposing the inner binding and meaning that the vellum covers are almost disbound (a strong tug would remove them from the inner bound text. There is interesting very early writing, in French, on the front pastedown, the rear free endpaper, and on a laid-in slip of paper; there is also a signature on the very last page of text of Volume II. There is a handwritten date of 1712 on the front pastedown, but I don't know if all the writing is from that time or not. The front and rear pastedowns are soiled, creased, and have large tears. The first page of Volume I is soiled, has a dime-size edge chip (not affecting text), a couple hand-written letters "m" and "o.u." and a signature. Overall the inner pages are very nice - light foxing, mostly on the first and last few pages, some soiling, overall still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Complete TRUE FIRST EDITION / FIRST PRINTING (Published by Chez Abraham Arondeus, La Haye) of this IMPORTANT WORK by PIERRE JURIEU. This true first printing is SCARCE, with copies only to be found in a few rare book rooms of Major Universities and National Collections (see WorldCat).

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        Arx et Oppidum Montismeliani.

      1682 - Amsterdam: Jan Blaeu, c.1682. Etching, 470 x 585mm. Bottom corners remargined without loss of engraved area. A prospect of Montmélian, a fortress guarding the stategic bridge over the Isère River, with an inset plan of the walls. In 1643 the writer Elie Brockenhoffer wrote: 'This is a beautiful fortress: the interior is spacious and well designed. [The walls] are thick and strong, fitted here and there with large bunkers. The lower or bottom box part is separated from the top and closed by a gate and a drawbridge that rises every night. The central part includes attics, cellars, stables, flashpoints, well and chapel, housing for the commander and the soldiers, who number 450, including 50 officers. The fort is well equipped with large and beautiful pieces of artillery'. Caught between France and Italy, Savoy suffered frequently: in 1690, during the Nine Years' War, Louis XIV invaded and captured Montmélian after a short siege, destroying the fortifications shown here. This plate was etched by Romeyn de Hoogue in 1675 and published in Jan Blaeu's Townbook of Savoy in 1682. A Dutch Old Master Etcher, de Hooghe is famous for the quality of his work, particularly the spectacular sea charts for Mortier's 'Atlas Maritime'. Here its quality is particularly apparent in the cartouche around the plan and key.

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        Chronica von Magdeburg, Werner A., Halberstadt 1682

      Werner Andreas, Wolmirstedt - Chronica von Magdeburg, Werner A., Halberstadt 1682 "Chronica Des Hochlöblichsten Keyserfreyen Ertz und Primat Stiffts Magdeburg : Darinnen Aufs aller kürtzeste verfasset/ vom weme/ und zu welcher zeit/ diese löbliche alte Stadt Magdeburg/ anfäncklich gebawet/ auch wie dieselbige zum waren Christlichen Glauben/ und entlich zur Hochheit des Ertz Bischofflichen Primat Stiffts in Germania erhaben worden: Samt ordentlicher Erzelung aller Ertzbischoffe und Administratorn/ . und was sich beyleufftig gedenkwürdiges darunter begeben und zugetragen/ Item: was für Bischöffe zu Halberstadt gewesn / Durch Andream Werner". Werner Andreas, Pfarrer und Historiker in Wolmirstedt [1] Bl., 221 S. ; 8°, 19x15 cm., neuer Pergamenteinband, gering gebräunt. Von Ammersbach besorgte Neuausgabe der erstmals 1584 in Magdeburg erschienen Chronik. Anmerkung In: Chur-Brandenburgische/ Märckische/ Magdeburgische und Halberstädtische Chronica . / Zur höchstnötigsten Nachricht . herausgegeben. von Henrico Ammersbach . (VD17 3:004227B) Vorlageform d. Erscheinungsvermerks: Hiebevor Gedruckt zu Magdeburg/ bey Paul Donat. Anno Christi 1584. - Drucker aus dem Hauptwerk ermittelt Inhalt: Vorderdeckel Eintrag Titelblatt Lieber Leser. 2Summarischer Extract, Magdeburgischer Stiffts=Chronica/ . 15Adelbertus/ der Erste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. I. 18II. Gisillanus. Der ander ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 23III. Dagonus. Der Dritte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 24IV. Waltherus/ der vierdte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 25V. Gero/ der fünffte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 28VI. Hinfridus/ der sechste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 29VII. Engelhardus/ der siebende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 30VIII. Wernerus der Achte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 32IX. Hardewicus/ der neundte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 33X. Heinricus der Zehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 34XI. Adelgotus/ der eilffte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 35XII. Rutgerus/ der zwölffte ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 36XIII. Nortbertus der dreizehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 37XIV. Conradus/ der vierzehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 42XV. Fridericus/ des Namens der Erste/ der funffzehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 44XVI. Wiechman[n]us/ der sechzehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 48XVII. Ludolphus/ der siebenzehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 50XVIII. Albertus/ der achtzehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 54XIX. Burckhardus der neunzehende ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 54XX. Hildebrandus/ der zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 57XXI. Rudolphus/ der ein und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 58XXII. Rupertus/ der zwey und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 59XXIII. Conradus/ der drey und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 59XXIV. Güntherus/ der vier und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 60XXV. Berhardus/ der fünff un[d] zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 61XXVI. Ericus/ der sechs und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 66XXVII. Burckhardus/ der sieben und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 67XXVIII. Heinricus/ der acht und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 68XXIX. Burckhardus/ der neun und zwantzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 72XXX. Heideke/ der dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 73XXXI. Otto/ der ein und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 85XXXII. Theodoricus/ der zwey und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 88XXXIII. Albertus/ der drey und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 90XXXIV. Petrus de Bruma/ der vier und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 93XXXV. Ludovicus/ der fünff und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 95XXXVI. Fridericus/ der sechs und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 95XXXVII. Albertus/ der sieben und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 98XXXVIII. Güntherus/ der acht und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 107XXXIX. Fridericus/ der neun und dreissigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 109XL. Johannes/ der viertzigste ErtzBischoff zu Magdeburg. 110XLI. Ernestus/ der ein und vierzigste ErtzBischoff [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vita del cavaliere Gio: Lorenzo Bernino, scultore, architetto e pittore

      Vincenzo Vangelisti 1682 (ma intorno al 1750) Contraffazione dell'edizione originale. In 4°, c.nn. 6, p. 111(1). In fine, 9 tavole (4 delle quali più volte ripiegate con spaccati e piante della Basilica di San Pietro). Esemplare eccellente in carta pesante. Legatura settecentesca in cartone "alla rustica" ricoperto. (Piantanida, 4328; Cicognara, 2198; Comolli, II, 289 - 94).

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        A Tryal of Witches, At the Assizes Held at Bury St Edmonds for the

      1682. A Famous Witchcraft Trial [Trial]. Cullender, Rose [d. 1665], Defendant. Duny, Amy [d. 1665], Defendant. Hale, Sir Matthew [1609-1676], Judge. A Tryal of Witches, At the Assizes Held at Bury St. Edmonds for the County of Suffolk; On the Tenth Day of March, 1664. Before Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. Then Lord Chief Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer. London: Printed for William Shrewsbery, 1682. [iv], 59 pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Later three-quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt rules to boards, gilt title to spine, marbled endpapers. Moderate rubbing to extremities, light rubbing to boards, which are slightly warped, armorial bookplates to front pastedown and free endpaper, top-edge of text block trimmed closely, text not affected. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in places. Early owner signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. A Tryal of Witches is an account of the Lowestoft Witchcraft trial conducted at Bury St. Edmonds. Well-known in its day, this remains the most famous English witchcraft trial because it was, thanks to this account, well-documented. Also, it involved many leading jurists and experts of the day, most notably Thomas Browne, a physician who presented one of the earliest examples of psychiatric testimony as an expert witness. Some experts believe this account inspired the Salem Witchcraft trials. Indeed, Browne's testimony was quoted at that trial by Cotton Mather. A Tryal of Witches was later appended to Hale's Short Treatise Touching Sheriffs Accompts (1683). Excluding copies issued with the 1683 treatise, OCLC locates 3 copies in North American law libraries (at Columbia, George Washington University and York University). English Short-Title Catalogue R37899.

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        New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, Touching the Air Whereunto is added A Defence of the Author's Explication of the Experiments, Against the Objections of Franciscus Linus and, Thomas Hobbs Some Considerations Touching the Usefulnesse of Experimental Philosophy Propos'd in a Familiar Discourse to a Friend, by way of Invitation to the Study of It Parts I & II

      London : Miles Flesher for Richard Davis, bookseller in Oxford, 1682 The 3rd edition of Boyle's work on Air (first published 1660) in 3 parts, bound with the 2nd edition, published in 1664, of the first part of his work on the usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy (first published in June 1663), and, probably, the first edition of the second part of Natural Philosophy published in 1671. In contemporary vellum binding - with some marking and cracking at the joints, and a small repair at the bottom of the spine. 'New Experiments' was a landmark work enabled by Torricelli's development of the mercury barometer.This allowed Boyle to carry out his series of experiments based on reducing air pressure; using the barometer to provide objective measurements. Experiment 43 is particularly significant: Boyle placed warm water in a vessel and then reduced the air pressure and observed the outcome. The water started to 'boil', thus demonstrating that the liquid/air interface is affected by pressure as well as temperature. It is now known that even cold water can transition in to water vapour if the atmospheric pressure is lowered enough to allow the water molecule to escape from the liquid phase. Boyle's Spring and Weight of Air, published in 1682, set out his defence against strong criticism from Franciscus Linus who refused to accept the existence of a vacuum. The third book is An Examination of Mr 'Hobbs' Dialogus Physicus. Hobbes criticised Boyle's experiments, claiming that 'subtle air' had entered his apparatus either via the stop cock, or by permeating through the glass itself. It seems an odd claim, but Hobbes was a very argumentative man. Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy, is an extensive treatise on the value of experimentation - using observation and analysis of phenomena to put forward theories.Contents: front endpaper with pencil annotation; title page; title page for New Experiments 1682; to the Reader 6pp; 'Friendly Reader' 2pp; Summary 4pp (double column); Text 203pp; title page A Defence..1682; Publisher to the Reader 2pp; The Author's Preface & declarations 8pp; text pp 1-89 with 1 plate; the Explication of Refraction pp 90-103; citations englished pp 105-112; summary p113-117; blank; title page 'An examen...' 1682; Preface 6pp; text pp 1-88; citations englished pp 89-99; fragment of second plate; summary of contents pp 100-102; Catalogue of author's works 2pp; title page 'Some Considerations...' 1664; publisher to the reader 8pp; author's advertisement 4pp; half title 1st part; essays pp 1-116; citations englished p 117-126; index 4pp; half title 2nd part; text pp 1-299 [there are pagination errors: 183 to 193, 288-287 and p105 is missing the tip of the bottom corner with no loss of text]; half title - apppendix; text pp 303-404 with diagram in text at p 313; [pagination error 376-387]; citations englished pp 405-416; landscape printed page; index of 2nd part 15pp; finis; note to reader on pagination 1p; later ink in memoriam note on rear end paper. The text is generally clean and in good to very good condition with the odd mark. There is brown toning to the edge of pages. Of the 2 plates, plate 1 has extensive browning and most of plate 2 is missing. There is a little worming to the bottom margin of some pages in the final appendix section - not affecting text. Please enquire if you would like to see further images of this work.

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        The Most Excellent Hugo Grotius His Three Books Treating of the

      1682. First Edition of the First Complete English Translation Grotius, Hugo [1535-1645]. Evats, William [c.1606-1677], Translator. The Most Excellent Hugo Grotius His Three Books Treating of the Rights of War & Peace. In the First is Handled, Whether any War be Just. In the Second is Shewed, The Causes of War, Both just and Uujust [sic]. In the Third is Declared, What in War is Lawful; That is, Unpunishable. With the Annotations Digested Into the Body of Every Chapter. Translated into English by William Evats, B.D. London: Printed by M[argaret] W[hite] for Thomas Basset, 1682. [ii], xxi, [7], 220, 361-572, [32] pp. Extra copperplate pictorial title page. Text continuous despite pagination. Folio (12-1/2" x 8"). Recent period-style paneled calf, raised bands, blind ornaments and lettering piece to spine, pictorial title page re-hinged. Main title page printed in red and black, woodcut head-pieces. Moderate toning, minor edgewear and light soiling to preliminaries, spark burns and offsetting from laid-in items to a few leaves. Owner inscription from 1945 to front endleaf (discussed below), interior otherwise clean. A solid copy of an important edition in a handsome binding. * First edition of the first complete translation in English. First published in Paris in 1625, The Rights of War and Peace established the system of modern public international law, based on the concept of "droit naturel," a morality-based law that superseded the personalities of individuals or nations. Grotius describes the situations in which war is a valid tool of law enforcement and outlines the principles of armed combat. Though based on Christian natural law, Grotius advanced the novel argument that his system would still be valid if it lacked a divine basis. In this regard he pointed to the future by moving international law in a secular direction. The first English edition, an abridged translation by Clement Barksdale, was published in London in 1654. It was reissued twice in 1655. The translation by Evats, which includes original notes, followed in 1682. These early English translations, both by Oxford-based theologians, mark an important phase in the reception history of this book. These projects were undertaken due to the author's reputation as a leading Protestant scholar and a faith-motivated desi

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        The History of the Rights of Princes In the disposing of Ecclesiastical Benefices and Church-Lands. Relating chiefly to the Pretensions of the Crown of France to the Regale, And the late Contests with the Court of Rome. To which is added, a Collection of Letters written on that occasion: And of some other Remarkable Papers put in an Appendix

      London: Printed by J. D. for Richard Chiswell, , 1682.. Octavo (180 x 110 mm). Contemporary unlettered sprinkled calf, marbled edges. Joints skilfully restored at spine ends, corners a little worn. Upper outer corner of title cut away, just touching the printed rule border, closed tear to one leaf; a very good copy. A reissue, with title page partly reset, of the 1681 edition of Burnet's history, "written in defence of Louis XIV in his dispute with the pope over his claim of a royal right to the temporalities of vacant sees. His motive in writing such a book was probably a mixture of wishing to foment discord in the Roman Catholic church and endeavouring yet again to defend his views on the state's authority over the church." (ODNB).

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        Crescentino, Piedmont, anno 1682, Blaeu townbook

      Blaeu W.+J.,Atlases,Maps,Townboo - Copperengraving, edited by J. Blaeu in his townbooks, anno 1682, printed on thick paper, wide margins, only little waterstained on margins, centerfold ok. Size: 390 x 515 mm., C is a town in the Province of Vercelli in Piedmont, located about 35 km northeast of Turin. Reference: Fauser Nr. 2805 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Most Excellent Hugo Grotius His Three Books Treating of the...

      1682. First Edition of the First Complete English Translation Grotius, Hugo [1535-1645]. Evats, William [c.1606-1677], Translator. The Most Excellent Hugo Grotius His Three Books Treating of the Rights of War & Peace. In the First is Handled, Whether any War be Just. In the Second is Shewed, The Causes of War, Both just and Uujust [sic]. In the Third is Declared, What in War is Lawful; That is, Unpunishable. With the Annotations Digested Into the Body of Every Chapter. Translated into English by William Evats, B.D. London: Printed by M[argaret] W[hite] for Thomas Basset, 1682. [ii], xxi, [7], 220, 361-572, [32] pp. Extra copperplate pictorial title page. Text continuous despite pagination. Folio (12-1/2" x 8"). Recent period-style paneled calf, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, pictorial title page re-hinged. Main title page printed in red and black, woodcut head-pieces. Moderate toning, minor edgewear and light soiling to preliminaries, spark burns and offsetting from laid-in items to a few leaves. Owner inscription from 1945 to front endleaf (discussed below), interior otherwise clean. A solid copy of an important edition in a handsome binding. * First edition of the first complete translation in English. First published in Paris in 1625, The Rights of War and Peace established the system of modern public international law, based on the concept of "droit naturel," a morality-based law that superseded the personalities of individuals or nations. Grotius describes the situations in which war is a valid tool of law enforcement and outlines the principles of armed combat. Though based on Christian natural law, Grotius advanced the novel argument that his system would still be valid if it lacked a divine basis. In this regard he pointed to the future by moving international law in a secular direction. The first English edition, an abridged translation by Clement Barksdale, was published in London in 1654. It was reissued twice in 1655. The translation by Evats, which includes original notes, followed in 1682. These early English translations, both by Oxford-based theologians, mark an important phase in the reception history of this book. These projects were undertaken due to the author's reputation as a leading Protestant scholar and a faith-motivated desire to reduce inte.

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        Index Nominum Plantarum Universalis, Diversis Terrarum, Gentiumque Linguis, quotquot ex Auctoribus ad singula Plantarum Nomina excerpi & iuxta seriem A.B.C. collocari potuerunt, ad Unum redactus. - Adjectus est Pugillus Rariorum Plantarum etc. (2 Teile in einem Band)

      Berolini, ex officina Rungiana., 1682.. Erste Ausgabe. Gestochener Titel (eingefaltet, stellt die Kontinente als Personen dar), Titel, (XIIII) + 331 Seiten. Drucktitel, gestochener Titel + (14) Seiten mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten + 11 Kupfertafeln + 1 weißes Blatt. Folio: ca. 33 cm x ca. 20,5 cm, ca. 5 cm stark, ca. 1,5 kg schwer. Helles blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über kräftigen Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen (eine defekt). Mit zwei Wappen-Supralibros (Graf Joachim von Windhag/Windhaag) auf Vorderdeckel (Wappen) und hinterem Deckel (Schriftzug). Rücken mit 5 Bünden. In Latein. - Nicht bei Stafleu and Cowan und Nissen. Pritzel, Thesaurus Literaturae Botanicae 6.093. - Mentzel (1622 Fürstenwalde - 1701 Berlin) war Arzt, Sinologe und Botaniker. "... M.s wissenschaftliches Interesse galt lebenslang der Botanik. Auf seinen Studienreisen sammelte er Pflanzen, die er aufgrund ihrer morphologischen Beschaffenheit systematisch einzuteilen suchte, wobei er erkannte, hierin ein Vorläufer Linnes, daß die Sexualität der Pflanzen dafür die Grundlage sein müsse. Seine Erkenntnisse fanden Eingang in die Bearbeitung der brasilian. Pflanzenbilder. Verdienste erwarb er sich weiterhin durch die Veröffentlichung von Abbildungen und Beschreibungen bisher in Europa unbekannter ostasiat. Pflanzen. Der Index der Pflanzennamen (1682) vereinigt die beiden Hauptinteressen des Verfassers, seine botanischen und philologischen Neigungen. In Verbindung mit dem Index entwarf er die Grundzüge einer wissenschaftlichen Pflanzengeographie. M. zählt zu den bedeutendsten Botanikern des 17. Jh. ..." (Engel, Michael, "Mentzel, Christian" in: Neue Deutsche Biographie 17 (1994), S. 94 - 96) - Es erschien mindestens eine weitere Auflage (1696).. Einband gering berieben/bestoßen. Rücken unten und Vorderdeckel innen mit leichten Wurmspuren. Rücken mit handschriftlichem Autorennamen oben und zwei unauffälligen Resten von Bibliotheks-Schildchen unten. Schlichtes Exlibris auf Vorsatz. Die Tafeln unauffällig von alter Hand nummeriert, sonst keine Einträge. Eine Tafel mit alt hinterlegtem Einriss (außerhalb der Abbildung). Gebräunt, jedoch die Tafeln kaum. Bindung sehr gut und fest. Zustand II (- III) (deutsche Schulnotenskala). Auf Wunsch senden wir Ihnen gerne per E-Mail Fotos des Werkes zu.

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        El Ingeniero: primera parte, de la moderna arquitectura militar

      - El Ingeniero: primera parte, de la moderna arquitectura militar. Dividido en dos Tomos, que contienen cinco Libros; el Primero trata de la Fortificación Regular, y Irregular, y del parecer de los principales Autores que de ella escribieron. El Segundo, de la Especulación de cada una de sus Partes. El Tercero de la Fábrica de las Murallas, y sus Materiales. El Quarto del Sitio, y Defesa de una Plaza. Y el Quinto, que es el Segundo Tomo, de la Geometría Páctica, Trigonometría, y usa de la Regla de Proporción. Por el Capitán Don Sebastián Fernandez de Medrano, Maestro de Mathematica de la Academia Militar de los Estados de Flandes. Bruselas, Lamberto Marchant, 1682. 8º largo, 165 x 108 mm. Piel moderna, nervios, hilos y título dorado en lomo. Marco gofrado en planos. 8 hs. + 308 ps. con 20 láminas plegadas + 2 hs. Ejemplar en perfecto estado. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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