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        The Novels and Tales of the Renowned John Boccacio.

      Printed for Awnsham Churchill at the Black Swan., London. 1684 - ' The Novels and Tales of the Renowned John Boccacio, The first Refiner of Italian Prose: Containing A Hundred curious Novels, by Seven Honourable Ladies, and Three Noble Gentlemen, Framed in Ten Days. The Fifth Edition, much Corrected and Amended'. [14] + 481pp. Repair to title page.Small tear, without loss to dedication page.Small tear, with loss to Fourth/Fifth day Table. Misnumbering in four places but catchwords indicate complete. Previous owners blind stamp on ffep. Lacks portrait frontis. Good hardback in contemporary panelled calf with later, but not recent, calf spine. ESTC R479483. Wing B3378. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MYSTICA CIUDAD DE DIOS, milagro de su omnipotencia, y abismo de la gracia, historia dic¡vina, y vida de la Virgen Madre

      Lisboa 1684 - Fol. 3 vols. 1 h. [Grab Frontis] portada, 14 h., 1 h., [ grab. Retrato] 147 h., 160 p., = 6 h., 875 p., 63 p. = 5 h., 453 p., 35 p. Encuadernación plena piel época. Buen estado. Encuadernación restaurada. Revisado completo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ARTIS LOGICAE, quarta pars, Bononia, Typis Iosephi Longi, 1684

      - 7,6 x 145, ottima leg.coeva piena perg. con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, esemplare fresco, pp. (8) 440 + index rerum notabilium. Joao Poinsot (1589-1644) nasce a Lisboa da nobile famiglia. Assume il nome di Ioannes de s. Thoma il 17 luglio 1609 a Madrid, allorché entra nei frati predicatori. Nel 1631 e nel 1632, d? alle stampe la prima e la seconda parte dell' ARTIS LOGICAE. Nel 1641 è promosso alla cattedra mattutina "di Lerma". Muore a Praga, ove si trovava al seguito del re, il 17 giugno 1644. Questo libro che proponiamo è una edizione bolognese della "quarta pars" dell'ARTIS LOGICAE, pubblicata nel 1637 e posseduta da poche biblioteche sul territorio italiano. Qui l'autore viene presentato come "Complutensis Academiae publico Theologiae Professore in Cathedra Vespertina, Collegii S.Thomae Regente et Sacra Inquisitionis Censore". La seconda parte dell'ARTIS LOGICAE (1632) fu il primo trattato che pose le fondamenta della investigazione semiotica come un unificato e unico argomento: IOANNES DE S. THOMAE si pone così come l'ultimo dei filosofi scolastici e il primo filosofo dell'et? moderna.

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        Nummi Antiqui Populorum et Urbium illustrati.

      Excudebat Franciscus Muguet,, Parisiis, 1684 - In-4° (284x205mm), pp. (54), 610, (1), cartonatura alla rustica coeva con titolo e fregio manoscritti anticamente al dorso. Al frontespizio, stemma calcografico all'Arcivescovo Charles Maurice Le Tellier, dedicatario dell'opera; il blasone del religioso è ripetuto sulla testatina incisa su rame dal Giffart che sormonta la dedicatoria, affiancato da putti, da un leone, da una figura femminile allegorica. Alla dedica fanno seguito un "Index Caesarum, et Augustarum", un indice dei nomi dei magistrati, dei pretori, dei pontefici, un indice delle cose notabili. Aloni marginali alle prime 2 cc. e alle ultime 20 p. ca., nonché alle ultime cc. bianche, al contropiatto e al piatto posteriori; sparse bruniture e fioriture; nell'insieme, più che discreto esemplare a pieni margini. Edizione originale di questa trattazione sulle monete di Grecia e di Roma antica. L'Hardouin (Quimper, Bretagna,1646-Parigi, 1729), sacerdote gesuita, è noto ancora oggi per le sue teorie sul mondo classico estremamente bizzarre e destituite di fondamento per la loro paradossalità già all'epoca; egli credette che la maggior parte delle opere dell'antichità classica (ad eccezione dei poemi omerici, di Erodoto, di Cicerone, di Plinio il Vecchio, delle "Georgiche" virgiliane, delle "Satire" e delle "Epistole" di Orazio) fossero falsi prodotti nel XIII secolo dai monaci benedettini. Bibliotecario del Collège Louis le Grand dal 1683, fu dapprima editore di classici (tra l'altro di una "Naturalis Historia" pliniana ad usum Delphini), poi si volse prevalentemente agli studi numismatici. Nonostante l'assurdità delle sue teorie, ampi e di notevole valore furono i suoi apporti alla storia della numismatica. Brunet, VI, 29760. De Backer-Sommervogel, IV, 84-111. Manca al Cicognara, al Graesse e all'Olschki. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        L' Homme De Cour. Traduit De l' Espagnol Par Le Sieur Amelot De La Houssaie. Avec Des Notes.

      Veuve Martin & Jean Boudot, Paris 1684 - Muy bello frontis grabado - Portada grabada - 31 hojas - 326 págs. - y - 9 hojas. Edición muy apreciada ya por los bibliófilos de la época (Palau, dixit) . En las 8 primeras hojas se aprecia una antigua mácula, en el margen superior , sin afectar texto. Encuadernación de época en piel. Lomera con nervios y florones. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WOODBLOCK HAND-COLOURED MAP OF TOKYO; JAPAN EIRI EDO OEZU (Illustrated Edo)

      Edo [Tokyo] Hyoshiya Ichirobe (Hayashi-shi Yoshinaga) First month, 1684 (But Third month, 1680) - A large woodcut map of Edo (Tokyo) with fine handcolouring, on joined and folded paper. The map is breathtaking in its detail and features many paintings of important landmarks, temples, bridges and people, who are often pictured working or fishing from boats on the waterways running through Tokyo. A stunning and very rare woodblock map beautifully and unusually handcoloured. Roads, blocks, buildings, open areas, canals and waterways, are all vividly laid out on this huge and most impressive map. 123.5 by 149.5 cm., folded within paper covers, folds to 28 by 18 cm, now preserved in a fine clamshell box. A remarkably well preserved and very rare item, with some light rubbing due to age and as to be expected. A bit of old worming or light soiling and occasional small repairs, but in all quite astonishing in its quality and beautifully preserved with bright and vivid colour and detail. AN EXTRAORDINARY ITEM, REMARKABLE FOR BOTH ITS CARTOGRAPHIC DETAIL AND ITS ARTISTIC BEAUTY. The wood block printing shows land tenures of Daimyo and Hatamoto. It also shows temples and shrines, includes a distance chart and descriptive listing of Daimyo showing crests and halberds. There is also a inset of the eastern portion of Edo.

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        HINC ILLAE LACRYMAE , Or Some Pious Tears affectionately Shed on the HEARSE Of CHARLES the II, SECOND to none but CHARLES the I. [Charles II Mourning Broadside 1684/5, framed].

      No indication of publisher or printer. Author has not been determined. Printed date at end of poem: Feb. 6th. 1684/5. - A printed (approx.) 6 1/4 x 13" broadside, attractively matted & framed. Broadside shows printed black mourning borders around the edges; 1" repaired tear to lower left edge (through start of line begining: That Curseth him. 36 printed lines (excluding title) with numerous words in italic; initial letter G in next to last line (Adieu, Great Sir) has been darkened with ink. Age tanning has not been removed; lower edge with date shows a darked 1/4" section across entire edge; some other weak or worn folds appear to have been professionally repaired. 14 1/2 x 21 1/2" simple but elegant gilt finished wooden frame (front edges show some gilt rubbed off); with an (approx.) 2 3/4" raised white buckram outer matt with gilt wood inner edge framing a 7 1/4 x 14" open rectangle with a 1/2" tan, white beveled edge inner matting surrounding the broadside. Glass front; framed in 1970's-80's period. With wire hanger, etc on back; brown backing paper has some penciling, tears to lower section. Weight: 4 lbs. A rare piece of English 17th century ephemeral printing such as was collected by Samuel Pepys (we hope another copy remains in his collection); a mourning broadside issued on the death of King Charles II in 1685. We (and others) have not been able to identify the author of this poem, but it is worth further research. [Text (italics not shown)]: If Kings be Gods ( as Sacred writ doth say ) / How then did CHARLES to Death become a Prey? / Ah! he that said ye're Gods, did say age'n / Though Gods ye are, yet ye shall dye like Men; / Thus, as a Mirrour, that is made of Glass, / Is not more strong, because a Monarchs Face / Is represented in it: so good Kings, / And Great ( though called Gods ) are Brittle things. / On higher ground they'r placed than the rest / Of Men on Earth, and yet but Men at Best. / Had it been otherwise; no Floods of Tears / Had drench't our Land, nor Sighs been mixt with fears, / Such as in Looks, and Habits may be seen, / And we of England, but too Happy been. / A Prince of Peace, Encourager of Arts, / And Captivator of his Subjects Hearts. / The Countries Father, but the Churches Son, / Which He as no small Honour lookt upon. / Such was His Mercy, 'tmight be said of Him, / That He was Merciful almost t' a Crime. / So Peaceful was his Reign, it might be said, / That the fierce Leopard lay down with the Kid. / What Honest Naboth ever did Complain, That He from him his Vineyard did detain? / Whose Ox, or Ass, of him we well may say, / Did ever He by injustice take away? / If so, then Cursed be that Shimei fell, / That Curseth him, that did Deserve so well: / And never may his Wretched Soul find rest, / That Peaceful CHARLES's Ashes shall molest. / Princes are Gods, Oh, do not then Blaspheme, / (After they're Dead) by speaking ill of Them. / Merciful CHARLES in Heaven has mercy found, / For which he's with Eternal Glory Crown'd. / Adieu, Great Sir, enjoy your happy Rest, / Whose Memory all Ages will call Blest. Feb. the 6th. 1684/5. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        L'homme de cour traduit de l'espagnol de Baltasar Gracian.

      Paris: chez la Veuve-Martin & Jean Boudot, 1684. - Quarto. [lxiv], 326, [xviii] pages. First edition. Contemporary calf, rebacked. Illustrated with a frontispiece by P. le Pautre.

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        SATYRAE [together with] SATYRARUM

      Amstelaedami (Amsterdam): Henricum Wetstenium. 1684. hb. Thick 8vo, . This is a new edition ("Editio Nova"), with commentaries, a life of Juvenal, and a bibliography of various editions. Decimus Junius Juvenalis, known in English as Juvenal, was a Roman poet (1st to 2nd century AD), who wrote a series of poems which, together, are called the "Satires" ("Satyrae"). He wrote at least 16 poems in dactylic hexameter form, which were divided between five books, and which covered many, if not most, aspects of life in pagan Rome. There is no complete list of Juvenal's manuscripts but at least 500 medieval copies are known to exist. This copy is bound in vellum with an eleborate device embossed in gilt on the front board. As was the practice then, the spine is hand-lettered with the title, year, and showing was appears to be a Roman soldier, flanked by two maidens in front of whom kneels a satyr. All 16 of the poems are present, followed by a comprehensive index. The text encompasses 525 pages, but the index is unpaginated. Bound-in after this is the "Satyrarum" (Satirarum) of the 1st century AD Roman satiric poet Auli Persii Flacci (Aulus Persius Flaccus); in six books of 112 pages with an unpaginated index at end. Text throughout is in Latin. All pages clean, althought there is some rippling. One small burn hole (?) to front cover, usual staining to vellum, althought less than might otherwise be expected. Binding is good, although front hinge starting. Overall, a good, to good plus, copy. .

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        Herbaria nuovo. Con figure, che rappresentano le vive piante, che nascono in tutta Europa, & nell' Indie orientali, & occidentali, con versi latini, che comprendono le facoltà de i semplici medicamenti, e con discorsi che dimostrano i nomi, le spetie, la forma, il loco, il tempo . con aggionta de i discorsi a quelle figure, che erano nell' appendice fatti da Gio. Maria Ferro. Spetiale alla Sanita; & hora in questa novissima Impressione vi si è posto in fine l'Herbe Thè, Caffè, Ribes de gli Arabi; e Cioccolata.

      Gian Giacomo Hertz,, Venedig, 1684 - Venedig, Gian Giacomo Hertz, 1684. Folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 480 S. 14 n.n. Bl. Index. Mit gestochener Titelvignette und ca. 900 Holzschnitten im Text. Neuer Pergamentband im Stile der Zeit. Pritzel 2552. Nicht bei Nissen. - Späte Ausgabe des erstmals 1585 erschienenen Kräuterbuches, hier mit dem Anhang von Ferro erweitert, mit Angaben zu Kaffee, Tee, und Schokolade. In alphabetischer Form gehaltenes, volkstümliches Herbar, das im 17. Jahrhundert mehrere Auflagen erlebte, nördlich der Alpen jedoch selten angeboten wird. - Vereinzelt fingerfleckig. Einband mit Hilfe des alten Einbandmaterials fachgerecht erneuert. - Gutes Exemplar. Sprache: N Neuer Pergamentband im Stile der Zeit.

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        Lives of Illustrious Men. Written in Latin by Corn. Nepos, And Done into English by Several Hands.

      Oxon Printed for Hen. Cruttenden 1684 - First English Edition NEPOS, Cornelius. [FINCH, Leopold William, translator]. The Lives of Illustrious Men. Written in Latin by Corn. Nepos, And Done into English by Several Hands. Oxon: Printed for Hen. Cruttenden, 1684. First English edition. Octavo (6 7/8 x 4 1/4 inches; 174 x 109 mm). [56], 272, pp. Frontispiece portrait of Nepos. Full contemporary speckled brown calf, ruled in blind. Red morocco spine label, lettered in gilt. Spine elaborately stamped in gilt. Edges speckled in red. Boards and spine a bit rubbed. A two inch split at the bottom outer hinge of the front board and a three-quarter inch split at the top outer hinge of the front board. A previous owner's book plate of front pastedown. A very good copy. "Cornelius Nepos, A Roman historian, a friend of Atticus and Catullus. His chief work was 'De Viris Illustribus', of which part survives." ( The Oxford Companion to English Literature, 574). HBS 64676. $1,250 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pas-kaart van de zuyd-Kust van Espanjola met de Zee Kust van Nuevo Reyne de Granada. Kupferstich von Joh. van Keulen, Amsterdam, 1684. 51,5 x 57 cm.,

      1684 - Südküste Espaniolas (heute: dominikanische Republik) und Nordküste von Neu-Granada (heute: Kolumbien).- Mit dekorativer Titelkartusche und Meilenzeiger am unteren Rand, rechts daneben Insetkarte der Insel Tiburan-Bay.- Etwas flauer Abdruck, knapprandig, 2 kleine Tesaspuren am rechten Rand. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Zoho Sanpo Ketsugisho.

      Kyoto Nakamura Gohei 1684. - Printer’s colophon: "First year of Jōkyō (1684), [Kyoto] Teramachi Street, below (i.e., south of) Nijo [Street], Nakamura Gohei." Japanese xylographic edition [Block, half folio], 20.6 x 14.3 cm. Columns per page, irregular. Illustrated. Fukuro-toji (i.e. thread) binding, uniform original wrappers with printed title labels reading Tōsho Sanpō ketsugishō 5 vols. 1: 1-2 (preface, dated 1684), 3-4 (table of contents), 5-6 (preface, undated), 7-46 ff. 2:1-2 (table of contents), 3-42 ff. 3: 1-2 (table of contents), 1-65 ff. 4:1-42 ff. 5:1, 1 (table of contents), 1-65 ff. Modern, brocade folding case. Slight wear to edges of wrappers, with some creasing. Occasional spotting on the leaves. Extremely well preserved, supple copy in original binding, with excellent impressions. Extremely rare copy of a classic work produced in 1661 during Japan’s intellectual awakening by the important mathematician Isomura Yoshinori (d. 1710). This much enlarged third edition (1684) includes new uses for pi, such as novel calculations of the surface of a sphere. It solves other practical problems, for instance, the best means of surveying difficult landscapes, and the determination of the volumes of solids. These pursuits are illustrated in a Western style with Eastern inflections. The surveying diagrams in particular could be copied directly from a Western manual, if it were not for local touches, such as the clearly-depicted bamboo canes the surveyors use to calculate the height of a tall willow or faraway misty peak.Isomura was known as "master of the abacus." He taught in a mathematical tradition that sharpened many notable minds over the centuries (including Machiavelli in 15th century Italy). Indeed, Japanese mathematics advanced so far during the seventeenth century that Isomura could complete the "rough approach to an integral calculus" in this book. A similar type of calculus would be developed in Europe by Leibniz. Isomura was also fascinated with the properties and combinations of numbers in "magic squares, magic circles and magic wheels." One experimental use of these formats formed the basis for the now popular puzzle game Sudoku, a discovery usually attributed to the 18th-century Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler. Isomura’s abacus and proto-Sudoku grids are illustrated throughout the volume, bringing an even more modern aspect to its design. This cutting-edge mathematical work demonstrates the graphical influence of the West, just as it absorbs and improves upon Western mathematics. A stunning copy of an extremely rare and important text.*D.E. Smith and Y. Mikami, A History of Japanese Mathematics (1914) I, p 437; this edn. held in US at LC only.First edition (Tokyo, 1661): Waseda University Library (Tokyo), Library of Congress (defective copy).Second edition (Kyoto and Osaka , 1674): six libraries in Japan, including Waseda, and Library of Congress (two copies). The present, third edition, augmented (Kyoto, 1684): ten libraries in Japan, including Waseda, and Library of Congress (LC copy defective), and Swedish Royal Library (Nordenskiöld Collection), Stockholm. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, Poblacion y Progresos de la America Septentional, Concida por el Nombre de Nueva Espana

      En la Imprenta de Bernardo de Villa-Diego, Madrid 1684 - [xvii]+548+[16] pages. Quarto (11 1/4" x 8 1/4") bound in old velum with original string ties still in place. From the library of George M Foster. 1st edition. Antonio de Solís y Ribadeneyra (1610 - April 19, 1686), Spanish dramatist and historian, was born at Alcalá de Henares (less probably, Plasencia). He studied law at Salamanca, where he produced a comedy entitled Amor y obligación, which was acted in 1627. He became secretary to the count of Oropesa, and in 1654 he was appointed secretary of state as well as private secretary to Philip IV. Later he obtained the lucrative post of chronicler of the Indies, and, on taking orders in 1671 severed his connexion with the stage. He died at Madrid on the 19th of April 1686. Of his ten extant plays, two have some place in the history of the drama. El Antor al use was adapted by Scarron and again by Thomas Corneille as L'Amour de la mode, while La Gitanilla de Madrid, itself founded on the novela of Cervantes, has been utilized directly or indirectly by PA Wolff, Victor Hugo and Longfellow. The titles of the remaining seven are Triunfos de amor y fortuna, Eurídice y Orfeo, El Alcetzar del secrete, Las Amazonas, El doctor Carlino, Un bobo hace ciento, and Amparar el enemigo. Amor y obligación survives in a manuscript at the Biblioteca Nacional. The Historia de la conquista de México, población y progresos de la América septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España, covering the three years between the appointment of Cortés to command the invading force and the fall of the city, deservedly ranks as a Spanish prose classic. It was published in 1684; an English translation by Townshend appeared in 1724. George McClelland Foster, Jr born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on October 9, 1913, died on May 18, 2006, at his home in the hills above the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, where he served as a professor from 1953 to his retirement in 1979, when he became professor emeritus. His contributions to anthropological theory and practice still challenge us; in more than 300 publications, his writings encompass a wide diversity of topics, including acculturation, long-term fieldwork, peasant economies, pottery making, public health, social structure, symbolic systems, technological change, theories of illness and wellness, humoral medicine in Latin America, and worldview. The quantity, quality, and long-term value of his scholarly work led to his election to the National Academy of Sciences in 1976. Virtually all of his major publications have been reprinted and/or translated. Provenance from the executor of Foster's library laid in. Condition: Lacks Foster stamp and acquiry date, soiled, extremity wear, repair to title verso, page 77 with marginal tear else a very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THIKN NIKOMACHEI IN BIBLIA DEKA ... Aristotelis Ethicorum, sive De Moribus, ad Nicomachum libri decem. Opera doctißimi viri Petri Victorii emendati ... 2 in 1 Band.

      Frankfurt, Andreas Wechel Erben, 1684.. 4°. Titel mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. 4 Bll., 232 SS.; 2 Bll., 332 SS. Blindgepr. Schw.-Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln (beschabt, etw. bestoßen, Deckel und Rücken tintenfleckig, angestaubt. Vorsätze erneuert).. VD16, A 3401. Die beiden ersten Teile der 11-bändigen Werkausgabe des Aristoteles, herausgegeben von A. Syllburg 1584-1587 (vgl. KVK; Britischer Verbundkatalog). Die Nikomachische Ethik ist die bedeutendste der drei unter dem Namen des Aristoteles überlieferten ethischen Schriften.- Bei den ersten 4 Blättern Fehlstellen an der Oberkante ergänzt. Titel und Text mit sehr zahlreichen, zeitgenöss. hs. Anmerkungen. Papier gebräunt und stellenweise braunfleckig.

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        Kst.- Karte, (anonym) aus Happels Historische Kernchronik b.Thomas von Wiering, ohne Titel.

      . 1684, 16,5 x 32,5. Sehr seltene Kupferstichkarte vom Peloponnes, die umgeben ist von Ansichten von griech. Städten während der Belagerungen 1684 ( Koroni, Navarino, Napoli di Romania und Modon ! - Nicht bei Zacharakis, der von Thomas Wiering nur eine Karte im Anhang aufführt.( vergleiche Nr. 2604 ). Bibliographisch nur nachweisbar in der UB Göttingen.

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        De Ratione Juris Docendi & Discendi Dialogus [bound with] De Jure.

      1684 - One of the Great Authorities on Roman-Dutch Law Huber, Ulrik [1636-1694]. De Ratione Juris Docendi & Discendi Dialogus. Franeker: Ex Officina Joh. Gyselaar, 1684. [vi], 111, [1] pp. Copperplate portrait frontispiece of the Duke of Nassau. [Bound with] Huber, Ulrik. De Jure Civitatis Libri Tres. Editio, Plus Tertia Parte, Nova Faciem Operis Oratio Praemissa & Argumenta Capitum in Calce Subjecta Exhibent. Franeker: Apud Johannem Gyselaar, 1684. [xxxviii], 605, [37] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary calf, raised bands to spine. Moderate rubbing with light wear to extremities, corners bumped, joints starting at head, front hinge cracked, later owner bookplate to front pastedown. Woodcut title vignettes, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text. Faint early owner annotations to endleaves, title page of Ratione Juris and a few other leaves in both works. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Ratione Juris, first edition; Jure Civitatis, third edition. Huber was a well-known Dutch jurist and professor at the Universities of Franeker, Utrecht and Leyden. He was also a judge in Friesland and the author of numerous legal works on Roman and Roman-Dutch law including Heedendaagse Rechtsgeleertheyt (1686), which was later translated as The Jurisprudence of My Time. He was as important in his day as Grotius. Huber's work was renowned for his humanism and knowledge of life. It remains influential in South African law. Ratione Juris is an essay on legal reasoning. A second edition was published in 1688. First published in 1672, his influential Jure Civitatis examines public law through perspectives drawn from jurisprudence and political science. As one would expect, Roman, canon and natural-law principles play a leading role. The laws of the Dutch states are also considered, though less extensively. Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 86 (5, 11). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Institutions of the Law of Scotland

      John Reid, Edinburgh 1684 - Small, recently rebound in dark brown leather, 5 raised bands to lightly faded spine with red gilt title-plate and date. New end-papers. Eminently readable, but contents with faults. 33 leaves towards rear have been encased in thin transparent material, presumably for their preservation. Old owner signatures to title-page, and a few annotations throughout. Contents browned towards edges with smattering of foxing and thumbing. Encased leaves more heavily browned with chips of loss to margins encroaching onto text of final pages. [2], [14pp], 385pp, [4]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        AFRICA Secundum legitimas Projectionis Stereographic ae regulas

      Nuremberg: Homann Heirs. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 18 x 21.5". This decorative map of Africa provides then-contemporary knowledge about the coastal regions of the continent. Beginning with the example of J.B. Homann's 175 map of Africa, Haas then added additional cartographic information gleaned from the work of French cartographers Delisle and D'Anville. Significant details include the distinct regions of Egypt, Nubia and Abyssinia, the inclusion of Lake Nyasa as Lac Marawi, and the labeling of the Congo and the Dutch settlements of Castell Batov and Stellenbosch at the Cape. However, the map%u2019s most striking feature is its cartouche, a scene of Europeans and Africans interacting that fills the lower left corner of the map. Lions another indigenous animals resting in the foreground suggest this scene is a peaceful one, characterized--somewhat ficticiously--by cooperation and understanding rather than warfare. Table Bay and Table Mountain in Capetown are visible in the distance. With its incorporation of a descriptive text, the cartouche demonstrates how Europeans viewed Africa as an exotic land of both intrigue and potential. The map is in very good condition with no chips or tears. Overall clean impression. Johann Matthias Haas (1684-1724) was a mathematician, astronomer, and cartographer. He published many of his maps under the firm of the Homann Heirs, who carried on the work of mapmaker Johann Baptist Homann. This map illustrates the European view of African in the early part of the 18th century.

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        Relatio Historico-Politica, occupata circa Philosophian ek Paradeigmaton, Die der Aristoteles Historiam tu dioti nennet; Hinderbringt dem ... Lectori Alle von dem Höchstlöbl. Ertz-Haus Oesterreich/ Als dieser Zeit Einiger Vormauer des Vaterlands Teutscher Nation/ Mit dem grausamen Türcken geführter glücklicher und unglücklicher Kriege : Mit Darstellung Gottes augenscheinlicher Assistenz ... wider Ihre ... Feinde: continuirt Biß auf die letzte Action des Christ-hülfflichen Entsatzes der geliebten Residentz-Stadt Wien ... / Von Johann Hieronymo Im Hof/ von Merlach/ Hoch-Fürstl. Bamberg. Rath/ und Pflegern zu Vilseck

      Sultzbach/Sulzbach , Johann Hofmann Nürnberg, 1684.. [10] Bl. 252 S., Frontispiz, 9 gefaltete Kupferstiche, zwei Porträts (Kupferst.) 8°, 18 - 23,5 cm, original Papiereinband mit neuen Vorsätzen, Einband in gutem Zustand mit fester Bindung, Inhalt nur sehr wenig stockfleckig und gebräunt, kleiner Wasserschaden auf den ersten 10 Blättern, ganz leicht wumrstichig in den äußeren Blättern, Falttafeln in sehr gutem Zustand (erste Tafel ca. 3cm eingerissen), insgesamt ist das Buch in einem sehr gutem und sauberen Zustand.. VD17 3:303611Y; Detailreiche, in barockem Deutsch verfasste, Darstellung der Türkenkriege und ihrer Vorgeschichte. Die Tafeln zeigen u.a. Pest, Stülweisenburg, Wien, Türkenlager und einen Türkensoldat. Porträts von Ernst Rüdiger von Stahremberg und Kara Mustapha Bassa W1

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        Origines Pomeranicas.exhibet Opera & Studium.

      Kolberg Bothe 1684 - Erste Auflage. 20 x 17 cm 4 Blatt, 344 Seiten, 18 Blatt. - 10 Blatt, 516 Seiten. Pergament der Zeit. Gut erhalten. Cum Notis & Animadversionibus Historico-Politicis, maximam partem Jus publ. atq; Feudale Pomeranicum, Tabulas Progonologicas ultimorum Pomeraniea Principum, vitas & praecipuas res gestas omnium Episcoporum Cammminensium itemq; Familiarum Nobil. quae in Pomerania esse desierunt, laterculum complectentibus, necessariis adjectis Indicibus, exhibet Opera & Studium Martini Rnagonis. Cassiod. 8. Variar. Orat. 7. Perdius ac pernox Patrum memorias revolve: scrutare Gentis Tuae cunabula: Res gestas & Annalium Monumenta observa. Turpe enim est, in Patria sua peregrinum agere. Inhalt: Über Pommern und seiine berühmten Geschlechter und Männer, die aus deisen Geschlechtern hervorgegangen sind. Thema wird durch vier Abhandlungen betrachtet, die von Schurtzfleisch, Hartknoch und Mühlens stammen. S. 1-100: Conrad-Samuelis Schurtzfleisch Viri CLmi Origines Pomeranicae. I. Scriptores. (S. 1-28). Christophori Hartknoch. Viri CLmi, Origines Pomeranicae. (S. 29-72). Pomeranicae, CL Christoph Hartknoch De Republ. Polon. Caput VI. Lib. I. De Ppomerania. (S.73-79). Egidii van der Mylen / Viri Nobilissimi, Antiqua Pomeranorum Respublica. (S. 80-100). S. 101-236: Diplomata quaedam vetusta, Pomeraniae antiquitates quam maxime illustrantia, antehac (dvobus exceptis) nuncquam typis evulgata cum notis et animadversionibus martini Rangonis, Pomerani. S. 237-344: Martini Rangonis Nota & Animadversiones ad origines Pomeranicas. Rango, Martin von; eig. Martin Range, geb. 1634 in Kolberg, gest. 1688 ebenda, war Advokat am kurfürstl.-brandenburg. Hofgericht, Ratsherr von Kolberg und Historiker. Schurtzfleisch, Konrad Samuel; geb. 1641 in Korbach, gest. 1708 in Wittenberg, war Historiker, Polyhistor und Bibliothekar. Hartknoch, Christoph; geb. 1644 in Jablonken, Herzogtum Preußen, gest. 1687 in Thorn; preußischer Historiker und Kartograph. Wurde 1677 Lehrer am Thorner Gymnasium, erlebte eine Reihe von Tartarenangriffen, starb mit nur 43 Jahren in Thorn. Angebunden; TABBERT, Mattheo, CONSTANTINI M. Imperatoris cum Alexandro. Greifswald Doischer, 1671. Kirchengeschichte des pommerschen Theologen Mattäus Tabbert (1615-1675). Lage U des nachgebundenen Werks gelockert, anfangs und gegen Ende mit geringer Wurmspur, stellenweise mit Anstreichungen und Marginalien in Tinte, einige Seiten angeschmutzt. 1.100 gr.

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        Historia insectorum generalis, in qua verissimae mutationum, seu lentae in membra epigeneseos rationes, duce Experientia, redduntur, recepta vulgo Insectorum Metamorphosis solide refutatur... Adjicitur dilucidatio ... Editio Nova.Leiden, Johannes van Abkoude, 1733. 4to. With 13 engraved plates, of which 8 folding, and 1 folding table. Early 19th-century brown half sheepskin, old fly leaves preserved.

      BMC NH, p. 2055; Hagen II, p. 209; Horn & Schenkling 21795; Nissen, ZBI 4053; STCN (6 copies); for the author: DSB XIII, pp. 168-175. Reissue of the rare Latin translation first published in Utrecht, by Meinardus van Dreunen in 1684, of Swammerdam's famous work on the metamorphosis of insects. Since Aristotle, the theory on insects was based on three suppositions, insects lack internal anatomy, they originate by spontaneous generation and they develop by metamorphosis. The idea of metamorphosis was that a sudden and total change from one kind of creature into another, comparable to the alchemical transmutation of a base metal into gold. Swammerdam's thesis was fundamentally new and significant. He believed all three suppositions to be false and devoted a wide variety of investigations to refute these ideas.With a small tear, the first few pages heavily browned and foxed, one small tear and some occasional slight damp stains and foxing, but with the plates in very good condition. Binding re-backed and slightly rubbed near the edges. Good copy.

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        L'Art de Peinture

      Peinture...Traduit en François. Enrichy de Remarques, reveu, corrigé, & augmenté. Troisieme Edition. Engraved vignette on title & 32 plates (incl. an engraved title). 6 p.l., 276 pp.; [62] pp. 8vo, cont. speckled calf (joints at head with very short cracks), dark red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: N. Langlois, 1684. Third edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged, of this famous and influential poem on painting in elegant Latin hexameter, translated by Roger de Piles (1635-1709). Dufresnoy (1611-68), a native of Paris, studied painting in Rome and Venice and, upon his return, was engaged to furnish the paintings for the magnificent Château du Raincy. He provided many paintings for the chapel, salons, and pavilion but suffered paralysis after two years and was obliged to retire. The present work was originally published in Latin as De Arte Graphica (1st ed.:1668); the work enjoyed many editions in the 17th, 18th, and early 19th centuries. This edition contains the original Latin text with French translation on facing pages. Written during his Italian sojourn, it embodies Dufresnoy's observations on the art of painting and may be termed a critical treatise on the practice of the art, with general advice to students. The precepts are sound according to the standard of his time though the poetical merits are slender in style (formed chiefly on Lucretius and Horace). Dufresnoy stressed the importance of color as an essential component of artistic beauty. This edition contains in the second part the valuable engravings -- engraved title and 31 plates -- by Sebastian Le Clerc (1637-1714), entitled "Figures d'Academie pour aprendre à désiner." Provenance: John Evelyn, (sale Christie's London, 30 Nov. 1977, lot 495) with his acquisition notes. Modern booklabel of Peter A. Wick. A fine and crisp copy. ❧ Benezit, Vol. 4, p. 1287. Berlin Kat. 4619. .

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        De Ratione Juris Docendi & Discendi Dialogus [bound with] De Jure

      1684. One of the Great Authorities on Roman-Dutch Law Huber, Ulrik [1636-1694]. De Ratione Juris Docendi & Discendi Dialogus. Franeker: Ex Officina Joh. Gyselaar, 1684. [vi], 111, [1] pp. Copperplate portrait frontispiece of the Duke of Nassau. [Bound with] Huber, Ulrik. De Jure Civitatis Libri Tres. Editio, Plus Tertia Parte, Nova Faciem Operis Oratio Praemissa & Argumenta Capitum in Calce Subjecta Exhibent. Franeker: Apud Johannem Gyselaar, 1684. [xxxviii], 605, [37] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary calf, raised bands to spine. Moderate rubbing with light wear to extremities, corners bumped, joints starting at head, front hinge cracked, later owner bookplate to front pastedown. Woodcut title vignettes, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text. Faint early owner annotations to endleaves, title page of Ratione Juris and a few other leaves in both works. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Ratione Juris, only edition; Jure Civitatis, third edition. Huber was a well-known Dutch jurist and professor at the Universities of Franeker, Utrecht and Leyden. He was also a judge in Friesland and the author of numerous legal works on Roman and Roman-Dutch law including Heedendaagse Rechtsgeleertheyt (1686), which was later translated as The Jurisprudence of My Time. He was as important in his day as Grotius. Huber's work was renowned for his humanism and knowledge of life. It remains influential in South African law. Ratione Juris is an essay on legal reasoning. First published in 1672, his influential Jure Civitatis examines public law through perspectives drawn from jurisprudence and political science. As one would expect, Roman, canon and natural-law principles play a leading role. The laws of the Dutch states are also considered, though less extensively. Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 86 (5, 11).

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        Aegyptus Antiqua Divisa in Nomos Authore P. Duval Abbevilliense Regis Christianissimi Geographo

      Amsterdam: Jansson, J., 1684. unbound. very good. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 14.5" x 20". Ancient Egypt oriented with West at the top of the page. Sourced from a map by Pierre Duval and dedicated to Doviat Montreuille. Small chip missing from upper right edge. Repairs to lower centerfold.

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        THE THEORY OF THE EARTH: containing an account of the Original of the Earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the consummation of all things.

      London, printed by R. Norton for Walter Kettilby, 1684.The two first books concerning the Deluge and concerning Paradise. 2 volumes bound in one, complete set, Volume II with the subtitle: "The two last books, concerning the Burning of the World, and concerning the New Heavens and New Earth". FIRST ENGLISH EDITIONS 1684 and 1690. Books II and IV and the Review that follows Book IV have dated title pages. Folio in fours, approximately 320 x 200 mm, 12½ x 7¾ inches, the same engraved pictorial frontispiece in each volume with the title: The Sacred Theory of the Earth, 2 folding hemispheric maps, 1 of America with California shown as an island and 1 of the rest of the known world, both maps showing "Terra Incognita" at the Poles, 12 engravings in the text plus 1 full page with 3 images, some woodcut initials, pages: (20), 327, (1); (16), 224; (2), 52, (2) - advert, bound in modern half dark blue morocco over light blue marbled sides, gilt dividing lines to sides, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt title, blue endpapers, inner hinges front and rear strengthened when rebound with blue binder's tape, original front endpaper lightly stained, frontispiece and title page to Volume 1 slightly chipped and slightly frayed at fore - edge and neatly repaired with old paper strips on reverse, frontispiece and title page slightly dusty, early signature at top of title page, top edge of pi3 and pi4 strengthened with archival tape, very occasional pale stains to margins, small closed tear to lower margin of Nn3 with neat old repair. A good complete sturdy copy of the first edition. Thomas Burnet (1635 - 1715), theologian and writer on cosmology was educated at Cambridge, and became Master of Charterhouse and Clerk of the Closet to William III. This book on which his fame rests was first published in Latin in 1681 (Telluris Theoria Sacra) and was the most popular work of geology of the 17th century. It attracted much attention and was translated into English in 1684, going into many editions. In it Burnet suggested that the earth was a perfect hollow sphere with most of the water inside until Noah's Flood, at which time mountains and oceans appeared. He attempted to keep his argument as scientific as possible, carefully (but incorrectly) calculating the amount of water on Earth. By his calculations, there was not enough water on Earth to account for Noah's Flood. His explanation was that the water came from beneath the Earth's surface. Isaac Newton was an admirer of Burnet's theological approach to geological processes. Burnet had sought his aid and asked him to comment on the completed manuscript. Two letters from Newton to Burnet have survived. Newton wrote suggesting the possibility that when God created the Earth, the days were longer. However, Burnet did not find this explanation scientific enough. Shortening the days would require an intervention on God's part. Burnet held the belief that God created the world and all its processes perfectly from the start. See Gjertsen, The Newton Handbook, page 94. When Burnet's book became a subject of greater controversy, he replied to the criticism with an expanded Latin edition published in 1689, and a similar English edition in 1691. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Die Insul Madeira

      Frankfurt am Main ca. 1684. Karte zeigt die Insel Madeira, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 15 x 10. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Dr. Willis's practice of physick

      London: T. Dring, C. Harper & J. Leigh, 1684. London: T. Dring, C. Harper & J. Leigh, 1684. <p>Only Complete Edition in English</p><p>Willis, Thomas (1621-75). Dr. Willis&#39;s practice of physick, being the whole works of that renowned and famous physician . . . Folio. [26], 152, [14], 158, [4], 96, [8], 143, [8], 218, 145-160, [8], 96, 105-234, [8]pp. 36 plates on 35 plate leaves. London: T. Dring, C. Harper and J. Leigh, 1684. 312 x 195 mm. Calf c. 1684, rebacked, corners repaired. Marginal repairs to first and last few leaves, light soiling and toning, a few fox-marks, but very good.</p> <p>First and Only Complete Edition of Willis&#39;s Works in English, translated by the poet Samuel Pordage; the collection includes the First Edition in English of Willis&#39;s De anima brutorum. The volume is divided into six separately paginated sections, each with its own title-leaf. Included are English versions of Willis&#39;s three great works on the brain--Cerebri anatome, Pathologiae cerebri and De anima brutorum--as well as his clinical and pharmaceutical treatises. In addition to his invaluable work in the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, Willis was the first to distinguish true diabetes mellitus, and showed that the polyuria was not due to any disease of the kidneys. He anticipated the recognition of hormones in the circulation of his suggestion that the phenomena of puberty were due to a ferment distributed through the body from the genitals. He discovered the superficial lymphatics of the lungs, distinguished acute tuberculosis from the chronic fibroid type and gave the first clinical and pathological account of emphysema. Garrison-Morton notes that "the modern treatment of asthma really begins with Willis, who considered it to be of nervous origin" (Garrison-Morton 3165) and that "Willis was probably the first to report an epidemic of cerebrospinal fever" (Garrison-Morton 4673). Wing W-2854. </p>

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        L'Art Heraldique, contenant La maniere d'apprendre facilement le Blason. Enrichy des figures necessaires pour l'intelligence des Termes. Derniere edition, plus ample de plus d'un tiers que les precedentes Impression

      Paris, Charles Osmont, 1684.. Derniere Edition 14 nn.S., 199 S., 15 nn.S., koloriertes Frontispiz, 31 kolorierte Tafeln. Ledereinband der Zeit, ca. 16 x 9,4 cm.. Einband berieben und bestossen, Vorderdeckel mit Wurmgang, Außengelenke angeplatzt. Private Vermerke auf Vorsatz. Einzelne Fleckchen, einzelne Knickchen. Ein Textblatt mit Einrissen und Blattverlust (ohne Textverlust), eine Tafel mit Abriss im weißen Rand. Insgesamt noch gutes Exemplar.

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        Macedonia Epiro Livadia Albania e Ianna.

      1684 - Rome, 1684. 445 x 555mm.

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        The History and Antiquities of The County of Rutland: Collected From Records, Ancient Manuscripts, Monuments on the Place, and other Authorities; Illustrated with Sculptures [Bound with: Additions to The History and Antiquities of Rutlandshire]

      London: Bennet Griffin, 1684. London: Bennet Griffin, 1684. Near Fine. Printed for by Bennet Griffin, and sold by Christ. Wilkinson and by Sam. Keble. [8], 140, 12, [4] p., 1 double-leaf plate: genealogical tables, 1 map (Comitatus Rotelandiae Tabula Nova & Aucta), 19 in-text and full-age engraved illustrations of buildings, tombs, and monuments, 30 engraved coats of arms: 33 cm. Signatures: A-S4 (B1 missigned A1) T2 A6 V2. Simple attractive modern calf spine with seven spine compartments between raised bands; gilt-tooled leather label in second compartment with title "Wright&#39;s Rutland." Light grey paper over boards. All page edges speckled red. Wing W-3696 & 3691. Bound with: Additions to The History and Antiquities of Rutlandshire (Colophon: London, printed for the author by Edw Jones, 1687). Index (The Table) is bound following Additions; Errata is at the foot of the last page of the index. The title page is not printed in red and black. Small oval armorial stamp on last page. In Near Fine Condition: light soiling to boards; 2-cm. tear from upper edge of pp. 93-94, without loss; clean and bright.&

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        Hudibras in Three Parts. Corrected with Several Additions and Annotations

      Henry Herringman, 1684. Henry Herringman. 1684. F 1st Edition. H Hardcover. Good. part 1 originally published in 1663, part 2 in 1664 and part 3 in 1678. this is the first appearance of all 3 together. original boards are worn and the hinges have cracked and been repaired. 2 previous owner&#39;s signatures. age related marks and small tears. raised bands to the spine. no label on spine.

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        Brief von Schreiberhand. Mit Unterschrift. 14. Febr. 1684.

      1684.. 28x19,5 cm. (kl. Randläsuren, gering sporfleckig). Auflage:0. Friedrich Wilhelm I. von Brandenburg "Der Große Kurfürst"(* 16. Februar 1620 in Cölln an der Spree (heute zu Berlin); + 29. April 1688 in Potsdam), Kurfürst von Brandenburg und Herzog von Preußen. Bestallungsurkunde für Nicolas Willmanns: "Von Gottes Gnaden Friederich Wilhelm, Marggraf zu Brandenburg, des Kaysl. Röm. Reichs Erzkämmerer und Kurfürst, in Preußen, zu Magdeburg Jülich, Cleve, Berg, Stettin, Pommern,...] nebst seiner bereits habenden Function auch zu unserem Amstcommerzrath gütigst angenommen ...] Sind Euch mit Gnaden gewogen Cölln an der Spree 14. February anno 1684".

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        A Companion to the Temple: Or, A Help to Devotion in the Use of the Common Prayer, Divided into Four Parts . . . The whole being carefully corrected, and now put into one volume

      London: Printed by S. Roycroft, for Joan. Brome, R. Littlebury, R. Scot, R. Clavell, G. Wells, and R. Lambert , 1684. London: Printed by S. Roycroft, for Joan. Brome, R. Littlebury, R. Scot, R. Clavell, G. Wells, and R. Lambert& , 1684. Good +. Title continued: "Part I. Of Morning and Evening Prayer. Part II. Of the Litany, with the Occasional Prayers and Thanksgivings. Part III. Of the Communion Office, with the Offices of Baptism, Catechism, and Confirmation. Part IV. Of the Occasional Offices, viz. Matrimony, Visitation of the Sick, &c." [8], 427, [9], 228, [8], 243, [1] p.; 32 cm. Signatures: A-3H4 3I2 A-2E4 2F6 A-2H4 2I2 (folio). Contemporary? full calf with six spine compartments between raised bands. Later (19th-century?) leather label in second compartment with gilt-tooled title "Comber&#39;s Help to Devotion." Blind-ruled borders on boards. All page edges marbled. Title page printed in black and red; title in double line border. Each part has special title page, part III and IV have separate paging. Wing, C5455. Armorial bookplate signed "Hunter sculpt" on front fixed endpaper of Sir John Williams, Bodlewyddan. Sir John Williams (1761-1830) was made 1st Baronet of Bodlewyddan (or Bodelwyddan), Denbighshire, Wales, in 1798. Vaughan, Welsh Book-Plates, 137. Spine label added, endpapers replaced, and leather over board corners replaced with newer leather, probably by Sir John Williams (early 19th century). In Good+ Condition: front joint separated, but front board attached by cords; minor loss at ends of spine; boards rubbed and scuffed; 4-cm. tear from lower edge of p. 93 (2nd count), without loss; internally clean and tight.&

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        THE THEORY OF THE EARTH: containing an account of the Original of the Earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the consummation of all things

      London, printed by R. Norton for Walter Kettilby, 1684.. London, printed by R. Norton for Walter Kettilby, 1684.. The two first books concerning the Deluge and concerning Paradise. 2 volumes bound in one, complete set, Volume II with the subtitle: "The two last books, concerning the Burning of the World, and concerning the New Heavens and New Earth". FIRST ENGLISH EDITIONS 1684 and 1690. Books II and IV and the Review that follows Book IV have dated title pages. Folio in fours, approximately 320 x 200 mm, 12½ x 7¾ inches, the same engraved pictorial frontispiece in each volume with the title: The Sacred Theory of the Earth, 2 folding hemispheric maps, 1 of America with California shown as an island and 1 of the rest of the known world, both maps showing "Terra Incognita" at the Poles, 12 engravings in the text plus 1 full page with 3 images, some woodcut initials, pages: (20), 327, (1); (16), 224; (2), 52, (2) - advert, bound in modern half dark blue morocco over light blue marbled sides, gilt dividing lines to sides, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt title, blue endpapers, inner hinges front and rear strengthened when rebound with blue binder&#39;s tape, original front endpaper lightly stained, frontispiece and title page to Volume 1 slightly chipped and slightly frayed at fore-edge and neatly repaired with old paper strips on reverse, frontispiece and title page slightly dusty, early signature at top of title page, top edge of pi3 and pi4 strengthened with archival tape, very occasional pale stains to margins, small closed tear to lower margin of Nn3 with neat old repair. A good complete sturdy copy of the first edition. Thomas Burnet (1635 -1715), theologian and writer on cosmology was educated at Cambridge, and became Master of Charterhouse and Clerk of the Closet to William III. This book on which his fame rests was first published in Latin in 1681 (Telluris Theoria Sacra) and was the most popular work of geology of the 17th century. It attracted much attention and was translated into English in 1684, going into many editions. In it Burnet suggested that the earth was a perfect hollow sphere with most of the water inside until Noah&#39;s Flood, at which time mountains and oceans appeared. He attempted to keep his argument as scientific as possible, carefully (but incorrectly) calculating the amount of water on Earth. By his calculations, there was not enough water on Earth to account for Noah&#39;s Flood. His explanation was that the water came from beneath the Earth&#39;s surface. Isaac Newton was an admirer of Burnet&#39;s theological approach to geological processes. Burnet had sought his aid and asked him to comment on the completed manuscript. Two letters from Newton to Burnet have survived. Newton wrote suggesting the possibility that when God created the Earth, the days were longer. However, Burnet did not find this explanation scientific enough. Shortening the days would require an intervention on God&#39;s part. Burnet held the belief that God created the world and all its processes perfectly from the start. See Gjertsen, The Newton Handbook, page 94. When Burnet&#39;s book became a subject of greater controversy, he replied to the criticism with an expanded Latin edition published in 1689, and a similar English edition in 1691. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Ecclesiastical History Containing the Acts and Monuments of Martyrs

      for Company of Stationers, London; 1684 & 1641 - "Foxe's Magnificent Books of Martyrs" Two Volumes: The Second Volume of the Ecclesiastical History: Containing the Acts and Monuments of Martyrs: with a general discourse of the later persecutions, horrible troubles and tumults, stirred up by Romish prelates in the Church with divers other things incident to this realm of England and Scotland. London, for Company of Stationers, 1684. 551pp. (with ninth book beginning new pagination.)38 textual illustrations, one full page illustration. p. 53-55 and p. 79 chipped edges affecting only a few side-notes . p. 179 bottom corner with old repair touching image p. 243 short closed tear to upper edge p. 379 mis-numbered 387 p. 435 mis-numbered 453 The Ninth Book, containing the Acts and Things Done in the Reign of King Edward the Sixth. 131pp., half page illustration, p. 26 mis-numbered 120, p. 131 with wear and tears to outer margins with no textual loss, some damp staining. Bound in full contemporary calf, handsomely rebacked to style red leather label gilt, compartments decoratively stamped in blind, renewed endpapers. The Third Volume of the Ecclesiasticall Historie: .Recognized and enlarged by the author, John Foxe. Company of Stationers, London, 1641. 1030pp., double column, black letter and regular type, 71 textual illustrations, 2 full page illustrations (1 inserted between pages 502 & 503 and 1 inserted between pages 770 & 771) Title page with piece torn away from upper corner p. 46 mis-numbered 49 p. 49 mis-numbered 47 pg. 59 -66 mis-numbered p. 73 closed tear to lower margin p. 223 closed tear to lower margin p. 367 mis-numbered 370-372 p. 545 mis-numbered 55p. 621 closed tear to bottom margin extending into last paragraph pgs. 623-627 closed tear to bottom margins not affecting text p. 699 closed tear to bottom margin p. 893 about half a page torn away A Continuation of the Histories of Forreine Martyrs: From the happy reign of the most renowned Queen Elizabeth to these times .Printed by Ric. Hearn for the Company of Stationers, 1641. Engraved title page with upper corner torn away with little loss of illustration, A4-[B3] printer's mark, 1-108pp. with pages 107 and 108 mis-numbered 105 & 106 and with page 107 repaired lacking half a page and page 108 repaired. Bound in bound in early marbled paper covered boards beautifully rebacked in brown leather, red leather spine label gilt, compartments decoratively stamped in gilt, endpapers renewed, wear to corners. Folio

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        Jaarboeken en historien, ook zyn Germanië, en 't leven van J. Agricola, in 't Hollandtsch vertaalt door Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft (...).

      Amsterdam Hendrik Boom en de weduwe van Dirk Boom 1684. Drukkersvignet + 14 gegraveerde portretten + 8 uitslaande gegraveerde platen. Perkament. Groot 4to(XL), 528, (4), (12), (71) pp. *voorplat licht vlekkig; randen platten deels beschadigd; bovenzijde papier voorwerk licht watervlekig; oude naam op schutblad*

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        ADENOCHOIRADELOGIA or An Anatomick-Chirurgical Treatise of Glandules & Strumaes, or Kings-Evil-Swellings. Together with the Royal Gift of Healing, or Cure thereof by Contact or Imposition of Hands, Performed for Above 640 Years by our Kings of England, Continued with their Admirable Effects, and Miraculous Events; and Concluded with many Wonderful Examples of Cures by their Sacred Touch.

      Printed by Tho. Newcomb for Sam. Lownde, London 1684 - 4 1/2 x 7 in. high. Half polished calf over grey boards. Looks like it was re-bound in early 19th century. 2 blank endpapers (19th C.),[frontis illustration is missing], title page, 14 page dedication, 58 page preface, 3 page poem "To the Authour Mr. John Browne" by Tho. Walker, 207 pages "Adenographia, or an Exact Anatomical treatise of the Glandules", 122 pages "Chaeradelogia: or an Exact Discourse of Strumaes, or Kings-Evil-Swellings.", 6 pages"An Elenchus", 11 page dedication, 18 page "To the Reader",2 page chapter headings for 3rd book, 6 page Elenchus, 196 page "The Royal Gift of Healing", 11 page account of persons cured by the King, 1 page advert, 2 blank 19th C. endpapers. Condition of the book is VERY GOOD ; As noted, frontis illustration is missing, spine darkened & cracked from sun, label missing on spine, bookplate on front paste-down, occasional light foxing, and some light stains in the margins, binding is tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Companion to the Temple: Or, A Help to Devotion in the Use of the Common Prayer, Divided into Four Parts . . . The whole being carefully corrected, and now put into one volume

      Printed by S. Roycroft, for Joan. Brome, R. Littlebury, R. Scot, R. Clavell, G. Wells, and R. Lambert, London 1684 - Title continued: "Part I. Of Morning and Evening Prayer. Part II. Of the Litany, with the Occasional Prayers and Thanksgivings. Part III. Of the Communion Office, with the Offices of Baptism, Catechism, and Confirmation. Part IV. Of the Occasional Offices, viz. Matrimony, Visitation of the Sick, &c." [8], 427, [9], 228, [8], 243, [1] p.; 32 cm. Signatures: A-3H4 3I2 A-2E4 2F6 A-2H4 2I2 (folio). Contemporary? full calf with six spine compartments between raised bands. Later (19th-century?) leather label in second compartment with gilt-tooled title "Comber's Help to Devotion." Blind-ruled borders on boards. All page edges marbled. Title page printed in black and red; title in double line border. Each part has special title page, part III and IV have separate paging. Wing, C5455. Armorial bookplate signed "Hunter sculpt" on front fixed endpaper of Sir John Williams, Bodlewyddan. Sir John Williams (1761-1830) was made 1st Baronet of Bodlewyddan (or Bodelwyddan), Denbighshire, Wales, in 1798. Vaughan, Welsh Book-Plates, 137. Spine label added, endpapers replaced, and leather over board corners replaced with newer leather, probably by Sir John Williams (early 19th century). In Good+ Condition: front joint separated, but front board attached by cords; minor loss at ends of spine; boards rubbed and scuffed; 4-cm. tear from lower edge of p. 93 (2nd count), without loss; internally clean and tight. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The History and Antiquities of The County of Rutland: Collected From Records, Ancient Manuscripts, Monuments on the Place, and other Authorities; Illustrated with Sculptures [Bound with: Additions to The History and Antiquities of Rutlandshire]

      Bennet Griffin, London 1684 - Printed for by Bennet Griffin, and sold by Christ. Wilkinson and by Sam. Keble. [8], 140, 12, [4] p., 1 double-leaf plate: genealogical tables, 1 map (Comitatus Rotelandiae Tabula Nova & Aucta), 19 in-text and full-age engraved illustrations of buildings, tombs, and monuments, 30 engraved coats of arms: 33 cm. Signatures: A-S4 (B1 missigned A1) T2 A6 V2. Simple attractive modern calf spine with seven spine compartments between raised bands; gilt-tooled leather label in second compartment with title "Wright's Rutland." Light grey paper over boards. All page edges speckled red. Wing W-3696 & 3691. Bound with: Additions to The History and Antiquities of Rutlandshire (Colophon: London, printed for the author by Edw Jones, 1687). Index (The Table) is bound following Additions; Errata is at the foot of the last page of the index. The title page is not printed in red and black. Small oval armorial stamp on last page. In Near Fine Condition: light soiling to boards; 2-cm. tear from upper edge of pp. 93-94, without loss; clean and bright. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Companion to the Temple: Or, A Help to Devotion in the Use of the Common Prayer, Divided into Four Parts . . . The whole being carefully corrected, and now put into one volume

      London: Printed by S. Roycroft, for Joan. Brome, R. Littlebury, R. Scot, R. Clavell, G. Wells, and R. Lambert , 1684. Good +. Title continued: "Part I. Of Morning and Evening Prayer. Part II. Of the Litany, with the Occasional Prayers and Thanksgivings. Part III. Of the Communion Office, with the Offices of Baptism, Catechism, and Confirmation. Part IV. Of the Occasional Offices, viz. Matrimony, Visitation of the Sick, &c." [8], 427, [9], 228, [8], 243, [1] p.; 32 cm. Signatures: A-3H4 3I2 A-2E4 2F6 A-2H4 2I2 (folio). Contemporary? full calf with six spine compartments between raised bands. Later (19th-century?) leather label in second compartment with gilt-tooled title "Comber&#39;s Help to Devotion." Blind-ruled borders on boards. All page edges marbled. Title page printed in black and red; title in double line border. Each part has special title page, part III and IV have separate paging. Wing, C5455. Armorial bookplate signed "Hunter sculpt" on front fixed endpaper of Sir John Williams, Bodlewyddan. Sir John Williams (1761-1830) was made 1st Baronet of Bodlewyddan (or Bodelwyddan), Denbighshire, Wales, in 1798. Vaughan, Welsh Book-Plates, 137. Spine label added, endpapers replaced, and leather over board corners replaced with newer leather, probably by Sir John Williams (early 19th century). In Good+ Condition: front joint separated, but front board attached by cords; minor loss at ends of spine; boards rubbed and scuffed; 4-cm. tear from lower edge of p. 93 (2nd count), without loss; internally clean and tight.

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        Sancti Hieronymi Stridonensis Opera Omnia. 12 Volumes in 4 Volume Set

      Francofurti ad Moenum et Lipsiae: apud Christianum Genschium 1684 - Complete 12 Volumes in 4 Volume Set. Folio. Latin. Each tome bound in contemporary full vellum. Lettering on spine. Tooling to covers. 7 raised bands. Good bindings and covers. Wear to extremities. Soiling to vellum. Chipping and loss to head of Tome I, Tome II and Tome III. Splitting starting on front board of Tomes I, III and IV. Library bookplate of the Rochester Seminary on inside board of each Tome. Library markings on spine. Tearing to inside board pastedown paper in each volume. Slight dampstaining to boards of Tome II. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning and slight toning. Scattered foxing. Dampstaining to upper part of Tome II's and IV's pages. Please feel free to view our photographs. Saint Jerome was an Illyrian Latin Christian priest, confessor, theologian and historian, who also became a Doctor of the Church. He was the son of Eusebius, of the city of Stridon, on the border of Dalmatia and Pannonia. He is best known for his translation of the Bible into Latin (the Vulgate), and his commentaries on the Gospel of the Hebrews. His list of works, commentaries and epistles are quite extensive. Contents are: Book I: Epistolas ipsius, in tres partes distinctas, ac Des. Erasmi Roterodami scholiis summa cvra et diligentia explanatas, atqve castigatas complectens., 210p.; Book 2: Epistolarum secundus tomus., 250p.; Book 3: Qui est ultimus librorum epistolarium, 214p.; Book 4: In cujus prima parte reperies erudita quaedam, sed hactenus falso inscripta Hieronymo. In secvnda, aliena sed suis quaeque titulis autorem testantia. In tertia, lectu prorsus indigna, et imprudenter attribvta doctis viris, quae tamen adjunximus, ne quid amputasse videremur editioni jam receptae., 261p.; Book 5: Commentarios in prophetas quos majores vocant, continet., 516p; Book 6: Commentarios in duodecim prophetas, quos minores vocant, juxta utramque translationem continet., 243p.; Book 7, Cui insunt, in parabolas Salomonis commentarii, in ecclesiasten commentarii ; homiliae quatuor in cantica canticorum, origenis nomine. Denique in Job commentarii., 185p.; Book 8: Commentarios in psalterium habet., 178p.; Book 9: Complectens commentarios in Matthaeum et Marcum, et in divi Pauli epistolas: videlicet, ad Galatas, Ephesios, Titum, Philemonem, necnon commentarios in omnes Pauli epistolas, sed incerto autore: postremo Didymi de spiritu sancto librum ab Hieronymo versum., 339p.; Book 10: Volumen additionum primvm., 325p.; Book 11: Volumen additionum secundum. 217p.; Book 12: Quadripartitus index., 70p. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Countermine: Or, a Short, but True Discovery of the Dangerous Principles, and Secret Practices of the Dissenting Party Especially the Presbyterians: Shewing That Religion Is Pretended, but Rebellion Is Intended

      Printed by H. Hills Jun. for Tho. Dring, 1684. Printed by H. Hills Jun. for Tho. Dring. Hardcover. B00JRDP3GC 1684 &#39;Fourth Impression with Additions,&#39; &#39;Printed by H. Hills Jun. for Tho. Dring, at Chancery-lane end in Fleet-street, and John Leigh at Stationers-Hall&#39; (London) 4 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches tall burgundy cloth hardbound, gilt lettering to spine, marbled endpapers, [4], lvi, 212 pp. With initial advertisement leaf (&#39;Books Writ by the Author&#39;) and both blank endpapers, complete. An important early anti-Presbyterian polemic. Very slight rubbing to covers. Paper repairs to upper tips of first five leaves, with slight worming to the upper margins of the next five leaves, not effecting text. 1879 ink prior owner name to front free-endpaper and top margin of page xv, by Dr. Charles Richard Earley (1823-1898), a well known physician in Ridgway, Pennsylvania. Crudely repaired two-inch closed tear to margin of one page, not effecting legibility of text. Rear free-endpaper foxed and edge-chipped, lacking the lower tip. Otherwise, apart from foxing or creasing to an occasional page, a nicely preserved copy of an exceptionally scarce edition of this controversial work. References: Wing (1996) N100; ESTC No. R232420. This is one of two issues of the fourth impression, both of which are rare - in the other, ESTC No. R37717, the edition statement reads &#39;The fourth impression with editions&#39; [sic]. The English Short Title Catalog records only three copies of each variant in collections worldwide. Only one copy of this imprint recorded in North America, at the Huntington Library, with the other two copies at the British Library and Oxford University&#39;s All Souls College. ~OOO~ Ian Higgins in &#39;Jonathan Swift&#39;s political confession&#39; (2010) discusses the influence on Swift (1667-1745) of writers such as John Nalson, who is one of those named as among the literary canon of &#39;ironical, satirical, and polemical Divines&#39; in the last work of English philosopher Anthony Collins (1676-1729), &#39;A Discourse Concerning Ridicule and Irony in Writing&#39; (1729). Higgins describes Nalson as &#39;a prolific polemical writer against Presbyterianism and the sects,&#39; and says his vitriolic works, especially against Catholicism, are &#39;part of the arsenal upon which Swift drew in his satire.&#39; John Nalson (1638?-1686) was an English clergyman, historian and early Tory pamphleteer. He was an active polemical writer on the side of the government during the latter part of the reign of Charles II. This work, &#39;The Countermine,&#39; first published in 1677, quickly went through three editions, and was highly praised by Roger L&#39;Estrange (1616-1704). Published anonymously, and once incorrectly attributed to John Bramhall, its real authorship was soon discovered, and the parliament of 1678, in which the opposition, whom he had attacked, had the majority, resolved to call Nalson to account. On 26 March 1678 he was sent for on the charge of having written a pamphlet called &#39;A Letter from a Jesuit in Paris, showing the most efficient way to ruin the Government and the Protestant Religion,&#39; in which the names of various members of parliament were introduced. After being kept in custody for about a month, he was discharged, but ordered to be put out of the commission of the peace, and to be reprimanded by the speaker (1 May). Nalson&#39;s major work is the &#39;Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, from the beginning of the Scotch Rebellion in the year 1639 to the murder of King Charles I.&#39; His only other historical work was &#39;A True Copy of the Journal of the High Court of Justice for the Trial of K. Charles I&#39; (1684). Full title of the work for sale: &#39;The countermine: or, A short, but true discovery of the dangerous principles, and secret practices of the dissenting party especially the Presbyterians: shewing that religion is pretended, but rebellion is intended. And in order thereto the foundation of monarchy in the state, and episcopacy in the church, are undermined. The fourth impression with additions. By J. Nalson, LL.D.&#39; . Very Good. 1684. Fourth Edition.

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        Gesamtansicht ('Adrianopel').

      . Kupferstich v. Johann Christoph Wagner aus Delineatio Provinciarum ... b. Jakob Koppmayer in Augsburg, 1684, 18,5 x 32,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request).

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        Ordentliche Verzeichnus Der Hochfürstlichen Bambergischen angesetzten Ritter- und Bürger-Lehen-Gerichts-Täge. De Anno M.DC.LXXXIV

      Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Hochf?l: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1684).. Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Hochfürstl: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1684).. Einblattdruck. Oben mittig mit Allianzwappen der Familien Stauffenberg, Schenck v. Geyern, Leonrodt und Wernau (10,5 x 14 cm), links und rechts jeweils eine Leiste mit je 6 Wappenschildern der Beisitzer. 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!

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