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2009-03-13 07:10:22
Ou l'on expose clairement la manière lente & presqu' insensible de l'accroissement de leurs membres, & ou l'on decouvre evidemment l'erreur ou l'on tombe d'ordinaire au sujet de leur prétendué transformation. Utrecht, G. de Walcheren, 1682. Small-4to. pp. (8), 215, (1), with woodcut title-vignette, 1 folded table and 13 (10 folded) engraved plates. Contemporary boards, spine with 2 red gilt lettered labels. Hagen II, 209; Horn & Schenkling 21794; Nissen ZBI, 4054. First French edition; the original Dutch edition was published in 1669, entitled 'Historia Insectorum generalis'. "Swammerdam's thesis about insects was fundamentally new and significant. For his contemporaries, as for Aristotle, there existed three good arguments, that not only placed the insects far from the higher animals, but even tended to remove them from the realm of subjects open to scientific study. These arguments were: insects lack internal anatomy; they originate by spontaneous generation; and they develop by metamorphosis. Swammerdam believed that all three arguments were false and devoted a wide variety of investigations to refute these ideas" (D.S.B. XIII, pp. 168-175). One leaf with 2 small tears. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2009-03-13 05:13:46
Cellarius Christophori
Ienae (Jena) Io. Bielckii 1680 [and] 1682. Two books bound as one. Second edition of the Curae Posteriores and second edition of the Latinitate Mediae. With the engraved pictorial title dated 1680. 12mo, handsomely bound in contemporary antique vellum with yap edges. [xvi], 317, [25 index]; [xxiv], 280, [24 index] pp. A very fine and proper copy, unusually well preserved. Rare thus. SCARCE AND IMPORTANT EARLY PRINTING FROM JENA. Two works bound together on the study of Latin by one of the most learned philologists of the 17th century. Christopher Cellarius studied at several German universities, he taught moral philosophy and the Oriental languages at Weissenfels. In 1673, he was made rector of the school at Weimar, and afterwards of the seminaries at Zeitz and Merseburg, and, finally, professor of eloquence and history at Halle, where he died in 1707. He is also noted for being the first person to divide Western history into the Ancient, Medieval and New periods, and in doing so is credited for creating the term "Middle Ages". Cellarius published a great number of ancient authors, with learned annotations and very accurate indexes, as, for instance, the letters of Cicero and of Pliny, Cornelius Nepos, Curtius, Eutropius, Sextus Rufus, Velleius Paterculus, the 12 ancient panegyrists, Minucius Felix, Silius Italicus, &c. His own compositions relate to ancient history and geography, Roman antiquities, and the Latin language, as is presented here. The CURAE POSTERIORES is quite rare.
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-03-03 05:13:31
Fleury, M. l'Abbe
La Haye: Adrian Moetjens, 1682. Second printing of each, after the Paris publication in the same year, text in French. 12mo; [4] 175 [1] and [4] 256 [4]. Bound by DAVID: full dark green crushed morocco with triple gilt fillets on front and back panels, spine with five raised bands, each compartment with elaborate gilt tooling, author, title, and place and date of publication in gilt in two compartments; all edges gilt this, fine. This is the beginning of Fleury's ecclesiastical history published from 1691 to 1726 in many volumes. LES MOEURS DES ISRAELITES was a classic text on Jewish social life and customs. A scarce title with no copies located in the US on RLIN and OCLC and only a copy of LES MOEURS DES ISRAELITES located at Oxford University. Brunet II, 1291. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis Inc., ABAA [Kennebunkport, ME, U.S.A.]
2009-02-27 04:15:08
Pufendorf, Samuel
Joan. Hayes, Cambridge, 1682. Pp. [xxii], 164, 2pp Creed's catalogue. 157 x 95 mm. Clean copy in contemporary blind-ruled full calf binding in very good condition. Contemporary signature of Edward Lovell on back free endpaper.
Bookseller: Richard Smith [Aldershot, United Kingdom]
2009-02-27 03:12:34
Toulouse Jean-Dominique Camusat 1682 - , in-4, plein veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, pc. de tit. en maroquin fauve, tr. rouges, frises, lettrines, roulette sur les coupes, ex-libris manuscrit ancien, (tr. lég. épidermures sur les plats, piqûre au mors inf., transfert d’encre de l’ex libris sur 2 ff. après la p. de tit., lég. acidification du papier), bon exemplaire malgré les défauts indiqués, 9 f.-805p. + table. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit
2009-02-19 07:23:28
Firenze: VANGELISTI, 1682. Firenze: VANGELISTI. COFERATI MATTEO. IL CANTORE ADDOTTRINATO OVVERO REGOLE DEL CANTO CORALE, OVE CON BREVE E FACIL METODO S'INSEGNA LA PRATICA.DEL CANTO FERMO; IL MODO DI MANTENERE IL CORO. Firenze, VANGELISTI, 1682.éFig. Musica] (Cm. 15) Ottima Mz. pergamena antica manoscritta ben restaurata. --Cc. 20 nn., pp. 306, cc. 7 nn. Grande stemma in antiporta, 2 figg. con mano musicale Guidoniana, e molta musica incisa in quasi tutte le pagg. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE di questa opera celebre molto ricercata e rarissima. Manca ad AUTORI ITALIANI DEL 600', Cat. 66 di OLSCHKI " MUSIQUE", T. de MARINIS " LIBRI DI MUSICA" ed ad WOOD " MUSIC IN HARVARD LIBRARIES". L'autore (1630-1703) organista e cantore del Duomo di Firenze fu tra i primi ad approfondire il repertorio laudistico anche da punto di vista letterario. Alcune lievissime ombreggiature all' inizio e in fine ma ottimo esemplare. --FETIS II 330;--EITNER III 4;--WOLFFHEIM I 559;--HIRSCH I 128;--MICHEL-MICHEL II 113;--BRITISH M. CAT. XVIII CENT. ITALIAN BOOKS I 242;--GASPERINI "CAT OPERE MUSICALI DI PARMA" p. 11; -GASPARI G. "CAT. BIBL. MUSICALE MARTINI DI BOLOGNA" I p. 175; - GAMBA 1889.[f10] . ottimo. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1682.
2009-02-02 17:10:19
London. Printed for E. Smith, at the Elephant and Castle in Cornhill. 1682.. 1682. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Book 4to, 28.5cm, first edition, in 2 parts, 24,80p., pages 4 & 80 incorrectly numbered and corrected by hand, in later (19th cent) half tan calf and boards, black ruled borders decorations on the boards and in panels on the spine, maroon label gilt, armorial bookplate, near fine copy, rare (cgc) Wing H.1809 (listing only the edition of 1684). BM copy is lost. - A very scarce book, particularly in the first edition. Edmund Hickeringill (1631-1708), English divine and pamphleteer, was convicted of slander in the year of this publication and was forced to relinquish his position as vicar of AllSaints, Colchester. .
Bookseller: J. Patrick McGahern Books Inc. (ABAC) [Ottawa, ON, Canada]
2009-01-08 23:13:27
Kbhvn., 1682-88. 2 samt.hldrbd.m.rig rygforgyldn. Rygge med brugsspor. (34), 594, 332, (36) pp. Med dedikation til kongen og den islandske dedikation i bd. 1. I bd. 2 er dedik. til kongen og gentagelsen af forordet om ordsprog udeladt. ¶ Originaludgaven af dette hovedværk i dansk sproghistorie.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2008-11-18 11:56:30
- Amsterdam, P.Keur, 1682. Engraved map, 46 x 55 cm, uncoloured. Title in bottom center with on both sides episodes from the life of Christus. flanked by the 4 evangelists with their symbols. On top 2 other cartouches. Dutch so-called ' Staten' bibles, published between 1637 and c. 1760, contained 5 maps: The World, ' Paradise', The Perigrinations, The Promised Land Canaan, The Travels of St. Paul and a plan of Jerusalem. - Ref.: Poortman, Kaarten uit Bijbels, p. 201, entry G II 1, plate 134. KEYWORDS:palestine/maps
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books [Hoofddorp, Netherlands]
2008-11-17 03:15:30
OTWAY, Thomas
London|For Jos. Hindmarsh|1682. A Tragedy. As it is Acted at the Duke's Theatre. First Edition OTWAY, Thomas. Venice Preserv'd, or, A Plot Discovered. A Tragedy. As it is Acted at the Duke's Theatre. London: For Jos. Hindmarsh, 1682. First edition. Small quarto (8 1/8 x 6 1/4 inches; 207 x 157 mm). [8], 72 pp. Modern half black calf over marbled boards. Lettered in gilt on spine. New endpapers. Edges red. Spine rubbed and cracked. Corners bumped. Back free endpaper almost detached. Damp-stain to title-page. Very good. "This is the most famous product of the Restoration stage and has probably been revived more often than any other play save those of Shakespeare." (Pforzheimer 779) Pforzheimer 779. HBS 64662. $450. Venice Preserv'd, or, A Plot Discovered. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-08-16 12:04:48
Loccenius. RUDBECK, Petrus.
Stockholm, Niclas Wankijff, (1682). 4:o. (52) s. Fläckig. Senare gråpappersomslag. Bibl. Rudbeckiana 583 & 730. Warmholtz 9503 (med fel tryckår). Gravskrift över Johannes Loccenius av Olof Rudbecks bror, domprosten i Uppsala Petrus Rudbeck (1625-1701). Avslutas med hyllningsdikter till Loccenius av Martin Brunner, Johannes Columbus och Olof Rudbeck. Loccenius hade, till skillnad från svärsonen Schefferus, alltid en god relation till familjen Rudbeck.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2008-05-06 05:00:45
13 May, , 1682. The settlement between Gunstone and Major Rowland Bulkeley, Captain John Cousins, Richard Forde and Henry Byrch, all of Barbados. Folio (475 × 325 mm). Three conjoined pieces of paper, including "A List or Schedule of all and every ye Negro-Slaves, Horses, Cattle & Stock, Coppers, Stills & Materialls belonging to ye Plantacion of Capt. Thomas Gunstone..." Slightly browned, some creases from old folds, a number of minor professional repairs to small splits, negligible loss, some staining along the folds, seal tags truncated, about very good. Barbados was first settled by the English in 1627. By 1638 it was a tobacco plantation economy, in depression because of over-production in Virginia and the West Indies. Soon after sugar production commenced it was boosted by rising sugar prices in Europe caused by dislocation in Portuguese Brazil, which had up till then been the major source. By the early 1650s Barbados could be described as the richest spot in the New World, and had left Hispaniola behind as the sugar centre of the Caribbean. This "Sugar Revolution" in Barbados and the Leeward Islands led to major changes in economic organization. Sugar production needed land both for growing cane and for the associated industrial works, mills, boiling-houses etc., so there was a move towards large plantation units, and the heavy, severe labour needs greatly accelerated the slave trade. In 1645 Barbados had less than 6,000 slaves and in 1698, 42,000. The census of property owners in Barbados compiled in 1679 shows that in the parish of St. George, the parish of Thomas … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2007-12-14 15:52:39
printed for Richard Chiswell, London, 1682. First edition, 4to, pp. [2], 28; modern gray paper-covered boards a little splayed and the text trimmed a little close (though never affecting text) but still a very good copy. Political intrigue and romantic rivalry both cavort through the final confessions of Stern and Borosky, convicted of murdering parliament member Thynn (or Thynne, 1648-1684) on the command of Count Konigsmark, a former wooer of Thynn's wife. Wing B5814. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2007-11-04 11:41:27
KÖNIG Emanuelis
Coloniae munitianae (Bâle): 1682. KÖNIG Emanuelis - Regnum animale, sectionibus III. Physicè, Medicè, Anatomicè, Harmonicè, Mechanicè, Théoreticè, Practicè. Evisceratum, enumeratum & emedullatum. Hominis scillicet & brutorum machinam hyfrolico-pneumaticam comparatè, item V. classes universals, ac usum cibarium & medicinalem curiosis quibusvis proponens KÖNIG Emanuelis Regnum animale, sectionibus III. Physicè, Medicè, Anatomicè, Harmonicè, Mechanicè, Théoreticè, Practicè. Evisceratum, enumeratum & emedullatum. Hominis scillicet & brutorum machinam hyfrolico-pneumaticam comparatè, item V. classes universals, ac usum cibarium & medicinalem curiosis quibusvis proponens apud Emanuelem König, Coloniae munitianae (Bâle) 1682, petit in-4 (20,2x15cm), (14) 176pp., relié. Edition originale.Reliure en pleine basane marbrée havane, dos à nerfs janséniste, pièce de titre noire. Reliure milieu XIXème.Emanuel König (1658-1731) était un physicien et médecin allemand de Bâle. Etrangement cette description classique du règne animal comprenant une approche anatomique et mécanique rigoureuse est classée dans les ouvrages de magie spirituelle dans la bibliothèque des sciences occultes au XVIIème, par ailleurs cet ouvrage servira de base à Swedenborg dans ses travaux.Ex libris Picard Avenionsis gravé en médaille.Une mouillure au milieu sur l'ensemble de l'ouvrage, plus ou moins marquée.Absent à Brunet. *** [English translation available upon request. Contact us for any information!]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]

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