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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

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG]
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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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        Monita Salutaria, De magno Thermarum & acidularum abusu. In quibus legitima earum application, & rectus earum demonstratur usus, ac Practicis datur occasio meditandi de alia clava ad morbos herculeos prosternendos.

      Köln, Petrus Alstorff. 1684.. 8°. 14 n.n. Bl., S. 21 - 204 (recte73 Bl.). (Bogennorm t1-4, A-K8, L-L3) Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 4 gestochenen Textkupfern. Halbschweinslederband der Zeit mit alten Bibliotheksklebern.. VD17 23:640532V. - Hirsch 3, 593f. - Nicht bei Krivatsy. - Anleitung zu Badekuren und dem Verwendung der Sauerbrunnen. Lamzweerde stammte wahrscheinlich aus Brabant, etablierte sich um 1657 in Amsterdam. Nach 1684 taucht er in Köln auf. Die Lebensdaten sind auch Hirsch unbekannt geblieben. Lamzweerde wurde von seinen Kollegen des Plagiates überführt. Das Frontispiz zeigt einen Trinkbrunnen. Die vier Textkupfer mit Anwendungen für Aufgüsse. - Im gleichen Jahr scheint noch eine Ergänzung erschienen zu sein. Die Pagination des Buches ist unübersichtlich: Nach 14 n.n.Bl. beginnt der Text mit Seite 21 und wird durch falsche Pagination vollständig unübersichtlich. Papier durchgehend gebräunt. Ohne fliegenden Vorsatz. - Selten.

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        The Works of Mr Abraham Cowley

      London -Henry Herringman, 1684. London -Henry Herringman, 1684 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The works of Abraham Cowley, with an engraved portrait of the author to frontispiece. The eighth edition. Needing rebinding but bright and clean. &#39;Consisting of those which were formerly printed: and those which he design&#39;d for the press: now published out of the author&#39;s original copies. &#39;Containing many different parts with individual title pages. Including an account of the life and writings of Abraham Cowley. Works include Miscellanies, The Mistress, Pindarique Odes, Davideis, Verses Written on Several Occasions, The Colledge, and The Tragical History of Pirmaus and Thisbe, amongst others. The latter written when the author was just ten years of age. Previous owners&#39; copperplate inscriptions to title page of Elizabeth Custler, dated 1686, and Judith Ryes, dated 1696. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally, worn. Rear board missing and front board detached but present. Much of the leather of the backstrip is missing. The remainder is cracked and lifting. Internally, final nine pages missing. Binding loosening in places with the frontispiece starting and with a large closed tear. Title page detached but present. Loss to the tail of the final few pages, affecting text. Curling to many pages. Generally bright but with scattered spots and ink marks. Bookplate and lifting to front pastedown. Generally in need of a rebind but would then make a good copy. Overall: FAIR.

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        Caelestes christianae in Turcas expeditionis duces. Sive orationes duae de sanctis Alexandriae, et Constantinopolis praesulibus Athanasio Magno, et Gregorio theologo, dictae ab alumnis Collegij Graecorum.

      - Romae, Typographia Rev. Cam. Apost., 1684. 4to (216 mm.). Striscia di perg. coeva al dorso, antico taglio d'oro, 32 pp. - Solo tre collocazioni in Censimento. La prima orazione: "D. Athanasius exemplar, auspex et causa imminentis Turcarum excidii" detta da Theodoro Pangalo Patmio, la seconda da Salvatore Marchiano italogreco. - Una macchia marrone (olio ?) all'angolo int. sup., poche fioriture.

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        Nomothetes: The Interpreter, Containing the Genuine Signification of Such Obscure Words and Terms Used Either in the Common or Statute Lawes of this Realm

      London - Richard Atkins, 1684. London - Richard Atkins, 1684 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce second edition of Nomothetes: The Interpreter Containing the Genuine Signification of Such Obscure Words and Terms Used Either in the Common or Statute Lawes of this Realm first compiled by the learned Dr. Cowel and now enlarged from the collections of others who have written in this kind. Second edition, enlarged, corrected and revised. With a preface to front by Thomas Manley and decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. Included is an addition of many words omitted by all former writers, and pertinent to this matter with their etymologies, as often as they occur: as also tenures, whether jocular, or other statutes and records, wherein the alterations are expressed, and their agreements or dissonancy, with the law at present declared. With an appendix to rear, containing in alphabetical orderthe ancient names of places here in England, very necessary for the use of all young students, who intend to converse with old records, deeds and charters. With an extra spine label tipped-in to rear free endpaper. With ink inscriptions to last page of text. Condition: Handsomely rebound in a half calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, in a lovely condition but with minor wear to extremities. Front hinge strained. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with the odd spotand handling marks andslight marginal tidemarks. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        De salis origine, ejusque incremento, accremento et decremento... Das ist. Von des Saltzes und seiner Quellen Uhrsprunge, Fort-, Aus- und Endlichen Untergange... ingleichen vera virgulae mercurialis relatio. Das ist wahrhafftiger und grundlicher Bericht von der Wünschel-Ruthen. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Jena, Gollner für Schmiedt, 1684.. (19,5 x 16 cm). 44 Blätter. Pappband um 1850.. Zweite Ausgabe des seltenen und erstmals 1656 veröffentlichten Werkes. Es ist eines der frühesten über Salz, Salzgewinnung, Salzbergwerke etc., teils mit alchemistischem Einschlag. - "Of this author nothing seems to be known beyond his writings... The first tract discusses the variations which are observed in salt springs. The second is an exposition of the principles involved in the divining-rod and the conditions under which it acts. Here it is used for discovering salt" (Ferguson). - Stempel auf Titel. Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Kapitale etwas bestoßen, sonst sauberes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Ferchl 581; Rosenthal, BMP 907; Ferguson II, 551; VD17 39:123756V Second edition. - Stamp to title. Minor browning, because of the paper. Head and tail of spine scuffed. A fresh and fine copy

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        The Grandeur of the Law, Or, an Exact Collection of the Nobility and Gentry of This Kingdom : Whose Honors and Estates Have By Some of Their Ancestors Been Acquired or Considerably Augmented By the Practice of the Law, or Offices and Dignities

      London : Printed for Arthur Jones 1684 - 12mo. [8], 276, [10] p. : port. Bound in modern brown leather. Gilt lettering on black spine label. 5 raised bands. Fine binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning. Soiling to title page. Wing P2022 Ships daily. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der zwar hefftig gedrückte, doch endlich beglückte schöne Pohle, die unter allen beständigen beständigste Liebe so sich zwischen einem pohlnischen Pfaltzgraffen und der tugendvollen Beralde zugetragen ... Ins Teutsche übersetzet. Durch C.G.M.P.O.

      Frankfurt und Leipzig, Weidmann,, 1684.. 7 Bll., 101 S. Kl. 8° (Format ca. 13,5x8 cm), wohl etwas später broschierter Buntpapier-Einband.. VD 17 39:120907T, Fromm 20648, Hayn-G. VI, 225 (verweist u.a. auch noch auf einen Druck von 17110: Der schöne Pohlack - "sämmtlich sehr rar"). - Erste deutsche Ausgabe des 1681 erstmals erschienenen Le beau Polonais. - Gebräunt und wasserrandig. Etwas berieben.

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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

      London: Bennet Griffin at the Griffin in the Great Old Baily, and to be sold by Christ. Wilkinson at the Black Boy, and by Sam Keble at , 1684. London: Bennet Griffin at the Griffin in the Great Old Baily, and to be sold by Christ. Wilkinson at the Black Boy, and by Sam Keble at the Turks-Head in Fleetstreet, 1684 A very good copy in recent half leather binding with marbled boards. With double page county map and numerous illustrations. The binding has gilt titles and gilt bands and the endpapers are new. With title page in red and black inks, dedication to &#39;The Nobility and Gentry&#39;, Preface to the Reader; double page map and text with full and in text illustrations (140pp). No index or errata. The binding is in fine condition. The contents have occasional marking (the odd mark, page browning - particularly to edges); and occasional loss to corners without text loss (title page - edge of top corner, p123 - same, p123 and 125 - sm loss at edge). One page has a small repaired tear to the top margin. The map is complete and in good condition, being relaid on paper to support the edges, which were fragile. It looks likely that this map was sold on its own and then bound in rather than being sold in the book - although it is the correct Robert Morden map. A nice copy.

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        Gesamtansicht, im Vordergrund sitzender Zeichner.

      . Kupferstich von J.J. Vogel aus Hartknoch, 1684, 17 x 27 cm.. Mit gestochenen Erklärungen A - Z und a - e links unten. - Dekorative Ansicht. Selten!

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        Gesamtans., i. Vgr. die Passarge m. Schiffsanlageplatz, im Himmel Spruchband.

      . Kupferstich v. Pretzsch aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 16 x 27.

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        Gesamtans., über die Weichsel, i. Himmel Spruchband, unten links Erklärungen v. A - Q.

      . Kupferstich v. Pietesch aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 16 x 27,7. Bott/Holzammer, Nr. 325.

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        Gesamtans., m. Schriftband u. 2 großen Wappen i. Himmel, unter der Ansicht Erklärungen v. A - X.

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 17,9 x 28,5.

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        "Dantzig". Gesamtansicht mit Wappenkartusche im Himmel.

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, 1684, 18 x 28 cm.. Im unteren Rand gestochene Erklärungen A - X. Untere Einfassungslinie rechts ergänzt.

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        Gesamtans., Aufsicht, "Lick".

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 12,7 x 16. Auf der Rückseite eine weitere Ansicht der Stadt Schaaken.

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        Gesamtans., m. Schloß, im Himmel Spruchband.

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 13 x 17. Auf der Rückseite eine weitere Ansicht von Christburg.

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        Gesamtans., oben links Ruine.

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 12,5 x 16. Auf der Rückseite eine Ansicht v. Neidenburg.

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        Gesamtans., m. Schloß.

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, Alt- u. Neues Preussen., 1684, 12,5 x 16. Rückseitig eine weitere Ansicht von der Frauenburg.

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        Origines Pomeranicas clariss. virorum, nec non XXIV. diplomata vetusta patriae antiquitates illustrantia, antehac nunquem typis evulgata exhibet. - Angeb.: V. Jasch (laschius). Andreae, Abbatis Bambergensis (= A. Lang) de Vita S. Ottonis Babenbergensis Episcopi ac Pomeranorum gentis Apostoli libri IV. Kolberg, L. Röder, 1681. 6 Bll., 526 S.

      Kolberg G Bothius 1684 - Erste Ausgabe. 19,5 x 16 cm. 4 Bll., 344 S., 18 Bll. Pergamenteinband d. Zt. Fleckig. Einbanddeckel leicht aufgebogen. VD 17, 39:122590L u. 14; 1789311V. - Erste Ausgabe. Seltener Kolberger Frühdruck. Bedeutendes Frühwerk zur pommerschen Geschichte. Der Beiband enth. die Vita des Pommern-Apostels Otto v. Babenberg, nach dem damals kurz zuvor im Benediktinerkloster zu Kammin entdeckten Manuskript, mit Ergänzungen von A. Gretser. Wertvoll wegen des Abdrucks zahlr. mittelalterl. Diplomata.; - Papier leicht gebräunt, Vorsatz leicht gelöst, sonst fast fleckenfreies frisches Exemplar. Lateinische Sprache. 1.100 gr.

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        Praxis iuris Romani in Foro Germanico iuxta ordinem Edicti Perpetui et PAndectarum Iustiniani. Opus, quo Ius Romanum ad Principia Iuris Naturae & gentium civilisque prudentiae regulas exigitur, cum Iure Germanorum eiusque genuinis principiis confertur, leges insigniores succincta paraphrasi enucleantur & ius quo utimus, quove uti possumus, observatis monitisque practicis explicatur. Tomus primus (...tertius).

      Jena, Sumtpibus Matthaei Birckneri, Bibliopol. Ien.& Helmst.,Litteris Nisianis, 1684.. Quart. (pars prima: 1584) Ganzseitiges Kupferpotrait, Titelblatt in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, Titelblatt, (3), 160, (12) S.; (Liber secundus, Jena 1674:) Ttlbl., 408 S.; (pars II: 1578) Titelblatt in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (6), 448 S.; (pars tertia: 1680) Ttlbl. in R/S-Druck, (2), 347, 294 S. - (pars quarta, prior: 1680) Ttlbl., 228 S.; (pars quinta: 1681) Ttlbl., 200 S.; (pars qurta, post posterior: 1682) Ttlbl., (2), 283 S.; (Digestum Novum pars prima: 1683) Ttlbl., (2), 406 S.; (pars ultima: 1684) Ttlbl., 260, (140) S. 7 Teile in zwei schönen, gut erhaltenen, zeitgenössischen Pergamentbänden.. Pars prima Pandectarum. Pars secunda Pandectarum, Exercitationes theorico-practicis exposita, & Interpretatione politica ilustrata. Pars tertia Pandectarum (ad Pandect. Lib. XVIII. usque ad XXII.), Exercitationibus theorico-practicis exposita ad Joh. Strauchium antiquis partem: De rebus Creditis Pars quarta Pandectarum ad Pandect. Lib. XXIII. XXIV. XXV. : Connubia Pars quinta: circa Successiones in Foro Germanico. - Pars posterior: De Legatis, Fideicommissis, Bonorum Possess. et Success. ab Intestato ad Iacobum Bornium. Digestum Novum pars prima continens Lib. Pandectar. XXXIX. XL. XLI. XLII. Pars ultima continens ultimos quatuor Pandectarum Libros. Hartung & Hartung 82 (November 1995): 10 tle in 2 Bdn. Jena, Birckner u.a., 1674-1684. Das Werk ging aus den "Exercitationes ad 50 libros Pandecxtarum" hervor. Johannes SCHILTER (1632-1705) Ordner angelegt am 10. Mai nach der Zusage von Prof. Wesener, Graz. Ich besitze Original, werde es demnächst zum kopieren geben. Erscheinung frühestens Ende 2004 Schilter stand zunächst in sächsischen Diensten, war zuletzt Hof- und Konsistorialrat in Jena, bevor er im Jahre 1686 nach Straßburg kam. Dort bekleidete er zunächst das Amt als städtischer Konsiliarius und wurde später auch an der dortigen Universität Professor der Rechte. Das Werk Praxis juris Romani ging aus seinen "Exercitationes ad 50 libro pandectarum" (1675-1683) hervor. Es gilt als das Gründungswerk der Privatrechtswissenschaft des Deutschen Rechts, da Schilter erstmals auf der Grundlage des Ius Romanum eingehängt in die Systematik der Pandekten auch die deutschrechtliche Regelungen darstellt. Schilter wird im Kleinheyer-Schröder auch im Anhang aufgeführt. Bibliographie: Kleinheyer-Schröder, 4. Auflage S. 507. HRG IV (1990) 1405-1409. Bestimmt auch Stintzing-Landsberg. Letzte von Schilter bearbeitete Auflage! Joahnnes SCHILTER (1632-1705), der bedeutendste Germanist unter den Rechtsgelehrten des 17.Jahrhunderts, unterbreitet mit dieser großen Arbeit den Stand des römischen Rechts in der deutschen Gerichtspraxis. Interessanterweise auf der Ordnung des Edictum Perpetuum, auf dem letztlich die Ordung der Pandekten beruht, kann dieses Werk als ein wichtiger Maßstab für die Rezeption des römischen Rechts angesehen werden.

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        Origines Pomeranicas clariss. virorum, nec non XXIV. diplomata vetusta patriae antiquitates illustrantia, antehac nunquem typis evulgata exhibet. - Angeb.: V. Jasch (laschius). Andreae, Abbatis Bambergensis (= A. Lang) de Vita S. Ottonis Babenbergensis Episcopi ac Pomeranorum gentis Apostoli libri IV. Kolberg, L. Röder, 1681. 6 Bll., 526 S.

      Kolberg. G. Bothius.1684.. Erste Ausgabe. 19,5 x 16 cm. 4 Bll., 344 S., 18 Bll. Pergamenteinband d. Zt. Fleckig. Einbanddeckel leicht aufgebogen.. VD 17, 39:122590L u. 14; 1789311V. - Erste Ausgabe. Seltener Kolberger Frühdruck. Bedeutendes Frühwerk zur pommerschen Geschichte. Der Beiband enth. die Vita des Pommern-Apostels Otto v. Babenberg, nach dem damals kurz zuvor im Benediktinerkloster zu Kammin entdeckten Manuskript, mit Ergänzungen von A. Gretser. Wertvoll wegen des Abdrucks zahlr. mittelalterl. Diplomata.; - Papier leicht gebräunt, Vorsatz leicht gelöst, sonst fast fleckenfreies frisches Exemplar. Lateinische Sprache.

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        Regles des cinq ordres d&#146;Acrchitecture de Vignolle, reveues, augmentées & reduites de grand en petit Volume par la Muet.

      Paris, 1684. - Pequeño Vignola, considerado "de bolsillo", con 50 hermoss planchas de grabado. 2h., 101 págs. Pergamino con pequeña pérdida en plano inferior.

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        NOMOTHETAS. The Interpreter Containing the Genuine Signification...

      1684. Fifth Edition of Cowell's Interpreter Cowell, John [1554-1611]. [Manley, Thomas]. NOMOTHETAS. The Interpreter, Containing the Genuine Signification of Such Obscure Words and Terms Used Either in the Common or Statute Laws of This Realm. First Compiled by the Learned Dr. Cowel, and Now Enlarged From the Collections of All Others Who Have Written in This Kind. With an Addition of Many Words Omitted by All Former Writers, and Pertinent to This Matter, With Their Etymologies as Often as They Occur: As Also Tenures Whether Jocular, or Others Statutes and Records, Wherein the Alterations are Expressed, and Their Agreement or Dissonancy, With the Law at Present Declared. Whereto is Subjoyned, An Appendix, Containing the Ancient Names of Places Here in England, Very Necessary for the Use of all Young Students, Who Intend to Converse with old Records, Deeds or Charters. The Second Edition, Wherein Many Errors and Mistakes in the Former are Carefully Corrected. London: Printed by the Assigns of Richard Atkins Esq.; and Sir Edward Atkins Knight, for H. Twyford, Tho. Buffet, J. Place, and H. Sawbridge, 1684. Unpaged. Leaves of signature 'ppp' misbound (in reverse order). Folio (12-1/2" x 8"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in period style, hinges expertly mended. Rubbing and a few scuffs to boards, wear to corners and board edges with some loss. Early armorial bookplate to front pastedown, early owner inscription to front free endpaper. Attractive woodcut head and tail-pieces. Upper corner clipped from front free endpaper, light browning to outer margins of title page and following leaf, interior otherwise fresh. * Fifth edition, and the second edition by Manley. The Interpreter is considered to be the best law dictionary published before Jacob's New Law-Dictionary (1729). Though its significance was recognized almost immediately, it was not approved by all. At a time when Parliament and crown were vying for power, the House of Commons was angered by Cowell's royalist sympathies, which were evident in such definitions as "King," "Parliament," "Prerogative," "Recoveries," and "Subsidies." When a joint committee of Lords and Councilors reviewed the work, the ensuing controversy nearly halted the affairs of government. James I intervened in fear that his own fiscal interests would not be approved by Parliam.

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        NOMOTHETAS. The Interpreter Of Words and Terms Used Either in the...

      1684. 1684 Interpreter, The Second Edition by Manley Cowel[l], John [1554-1611]. [Manley, Tho(mas)(1628-1690)]. NOMOTHETAS. The Interpreter, Containing the Genuine Signification of Such Obscure Words and Terms Used Either in the Common or Statute Laws of this Realm. First Compiled by the Learned Dr. Cowel, and Now Enlarged from the Collections of All Others Who Have Written in This Kind. With an Addition of Many Words Omitted by All Former Writers, and Pertinent to This Matter, with Their Etymologies as Often as They Occur: As Also Tenures whether Jocular, or Others Statutes and Records, Wherein the Alterations are Expressed, and their Agreement or Dissonancy, with the Law at Present Declared. Whereto is Subjoyned, An Appendix, containing the Ancient Names of Places Here in England, Very Necessary for the Use of All Young Students, Who Intend to Converse with Old Records, Deeds or Charters. The Second Edition, Wherein Many Errors and Mistakes in the Former are Carefully Corrected. London: Printed by the Assigns of Richard Atkins Esq.; and Sir Edward Atkins Knight, for H. Twyford, Tho. Buffet, J. Place, and H. Sawbridge, 1684. Unpaged. Contemporary calf, rebacked in period style with gilt titles and gilt-edges raised bands, endpapers renewed. Some rubbing and a few scuffs, moderate wear to edges and corners, upper corner of rear board repaired. Some wear to margins of endleaves, early signatures to margin of title page, interior otherwise remarkably fresh. A desirable copy. * Fifth edition, second Manley edition. The Interpreter was considered to be the best law dictionary until Jacob's, and was, and still is, used by scholars of early English legal texts. (This is especially true of this and other later editions.) Indeed, Walker describes Cowell as "reputed the most learned civilian of his time." But its publication was not without controversy. At a time when Parliament and crown were vying for power, the Commons disapproved of Cowell's monarchical orientation, which was evident in such definitions as "King," "Parliament," "Prerogative," "Recoveries," and "Subsidies." When a joint committee of Lords and Councillors reviewed the work, the ensuing controversy nearly halted the affairs of government. James I intervened in fear that his own fiscal interests would not be approved by Parliament, and o.

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        'L'Asie reueue et augmentee. Par P. Duval Geographe ordre du Roy. A Paris Chez l'Auteur, Proche le Palais, au Coin de la Rue de Harlay, Avec privilege du Roy, pour Vingt Ans. 1684':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Pierre Du Val in Paris, dat. 1684, 40,5 x 53 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Pastoureau, Les Atlas Francais XVI.-XVII. siecles, Duval II E (9) - 2. verbesserter Zustand nach der Erstausgabe von 1664 (nicht nur Datumsänderung, sondern auch in vielen Einzelheiten verändert und verbessert). - Zeigt Asien als Kontinent zwischen Arabien und Japan. - Oben Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Erklärungen.

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        M. T. Ciceronis Orationes interpretatione & Notis illustravit. P. Carolus de Merouville, Societatis Jesu; jussu Christianissimi Regis as usum Serenissimi Delphini. 3 Bände.

      . Paris, Thierry und Benard, 1684, kl.-4°, 3 Bl., XXIX, 590 + 683 + 595 S., mit 3 gestochenen Titel- und 4 gestochenen Anfangs-Vignetten, Ganzpergamenteinbände der Zeit mit Rotschnitt.. Einbände etwas fleckig, in jedem Band 2 kleine Exlibris-Stempel.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian]
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        "Memel. Der andere Seehafen / Festung und Stadt". Gesamtansicht.

      . Kupferstich aus Hartknoch, 1684, 13 x 16,5 cm (auf der vollen Buchseite)..

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Von Roßtauscher - Recht. Neun und achtzig außerlesene, dedicirte Casus, und resolvirte Fragen. Nürnberg, J. M. Spörlin 1684. Kl. 8°. 79 S. Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Deckeltitel.

      . . VD 17, 1:015705H.- Erste Ausgabe, selten.- Johann Ferdinand Behamb, in Preßburg geboren, studierte Jus in Straßburg und war kaiserlicher Rat und Professor der Jurisprudenz in Linz.- Tls. leicht braunfleckig od. gering wasserrandig, die letzten Bll. mit kleinen Läsuren, Innengelenke mit Wurmspuren, Ebd. etwas fleckig, hint. Deckel mit kleinem Loch.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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