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        GEMMAE ET SCULPTURAE ANTIQUAE DEPICTAE... In Latinum versa ab Jacobo Gronovio... Amsterdam, Abrahamum Blootelling, 1685.

      2 voll. in uno. Bella ril. in perg. con decor. impressa ai piatti, tit. manoscr. al dorso, cm 22x17, all?antip. medaglione con ritratto inc. dell?autore, segue incis. con la lupa che allatta i gemelli e stele con il titolo dell?opera, Vol. I: cc. 22 nn., pp 83, alle cc. 16, 17 e 18 tre finiss. inc. a soggetto mitologico, la c. 19 è bianca, seguono 218 tavv inc., front. con stemma; Vol. II: cc. 6 nn., pp 71 con l?errata sul v., seguono 51 tavv inc. Middleton: Ancient Gems p. XII. Ottimo esempl.

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        Opera Quae Exstant

      Amstelodami (Amsterdam): Blauiana, 1685. Two volumes in four - Volume One - [32], 622pp; Volume Two - 623-1229pp; Volume Three - 574pp and Volume Four - 575-882pp, [218]. Later (late-18thC) full-calf, uniformly bound, raised bands, double contrasting title / volume labels to spines, gilt to compartments and bands, gilt border to covers, all edges marbled with blue paste endpapers. Slightly chipped to head of spines, some minor rubbing to extremities, corners bumped. Some light browning to text, but generally quite bright and clean. The title to the third volume is slightly browned from the book label pasted to its reverse. Additional engraved title, with an attractive 1711 book label of Robert Jeffreys pasted to reverse with another of the same book label pasted to reverse of title in volume three. Previous owners name to titles and first pages of text. Attractive Variorum edition of Tacitus containing the notes of Gronovius (See Dibdin (4th ed. II, Page 453). Latin text. Reprint. Full Calf. Good+. 8vo.

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        Collegium Experimentale, Sive Curiosum. In quo Primaria Seculi superioris Inventa & Experimenta Physico-Mathematica, Speciatim Campanae Urinatoriae, Camerae obscurae, Tubi Torricelliani, seu Baroscopii, Antliae Pneumaticae, Thermometrorum, Hygroscopiorum, Telescopiorum, Microscopiorum &c. Phaenomena & effecta, Partim ab aliis jam pridem exhibita, partim noviter istis superaddita ... ad causas suas naturales demonstrativa methodo reduxit, Quodque nunc Accessione multa ... locupletatum. Secundâ vice publicum adspicere voluit Johannes Christophorus Sturmius ... Teil 2 mit dem Titel: Collegii Experimentalis Sive Curiosi, Pars Secunda. In qua porro Praesentis aevi Experimenta & Inventa Physico-Mathematica compluria, Speciatim Hygrostathmicorum quorundam Instrumentorum, Siphonis Reflexi grandioris, Lachrymarum vitrearum, Clepsydrarum & Clepselaeorum, Tubarum Stentorophonicarum sive Acusticarum, Haemisphaeriorum Magdeburgicorum, Novae Potentiae Mechanicae, Hydriarum Helmontianarum, Sclopeti

      Nürnberg, Endter 1685 -1701. 22 cm. 2 Teile und 2 Anhänge in 1 Band. (24), 168; (20), 256; 122, (12); 116, (6) Seiten mit 4 ausfaltbaren Kupfertafeln über 200 teils ganzseitigen Textkupfern. Festeinband, Ledereinband-Bd. um 1900 mit Rückenvergoldung - BL German 1601-1700 S3061 (vgl.) - Poggendorff II, 1043 - Wheeler Gift 182 und 199 - VD17 3:007468K (Teil 2) - Teil 1 in zweiter Ausgabe 1701, gedruckt von Adelbulner, mit Anhang: Tentaminum Collegii Curiosi Quaedam Appendices sive Auctaria. Teil 2 in erster Ausgabe mit "Epiostola" von Henry More und Index. Bindefolge in diesem Exemplar: Teil 1; Tentaminum Collegii Curiosi; Teil 2; Henricum Morum Cantabrigiensem Epistola. Hauptwerk des bedeutenden Physikers mit einer Sammlung interessanter Entdeckungen und Erfindungen. Beschrieben werden anderem: Luftschiff, Mikroskop, Fernrohr, Taucherglocke, Luftpumpe, etc. Die Kupfer zeigen unter anderem: Magdeburger Halbkugeln von Otto von Guericke, Lanas Luftschiff und physikalische Demonstrationen und Experimente. Sturm (1635 - 1703), erhielt 1669 an der Universität Altdorf die Professur der Mathematik und Physik, die er, mehrere Rufe nach auswärts ablehnend, bis zu seinem Tode ausübte. Darüber hinaus war er zweimal Rektor der Universität und neunmal Dekan der philosophischen Fakultät. Er war mit berühmten Gelehrten durch wissenschaftlichen Briefwechsel verbunden und gilt als der bedeutendste Vertreter des Cartesianismus in Deutschland (ADB 37, 39). Die ersten und letzten Blätter teils fleckig bzw. Feuchtigkeitsränder und am Rand ergänzt; durch Faksimile ergänzt: Vortitel, Titel, Widmung Blatt 1 - 3, Vorrede Blatt 2 - 4, Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Blatt, Teil 1 Seiten 1 - 16; das letzte Blatt im Rand restauriert und mit Textverlust liegt vollständig in Kopie bei. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Accomplisht Cook, or the Art & Mystery of Cookery

      London: Obadiah Blagrave, 1685. 471 pages. Wherein the whole art is revealed in a more easie and perfect method, than hath been publisht in any language. Expert and ready ways for the dressing of all sorts of flesh, fowl, and fish, with a variety of sauces proper for each of them; and how to raise all manner of pastes; the best directions for all sorts of kickshaws, also the terms of carving and sewing. An exact account of all the dishes for all seasons of the year, with other a-la-mode curiosities. The fifth edition, with large additions throughout the whole work: besides two hundred figures of several forms for all manner of bak'd meats, (either flesh or fish) as, pyes tarts, custards,cheesecakes, and florentines, placed in tables. and directed to the pages they appertain to. Approved by fifty five years experience and industry of Robert May, in his attendance on several persons of great honour. Cagle 868. Bitting 318 calls for four folding plates - these are not present in this copy, also lacks frontispiece. All pages are complete and clean. Kickshaws are mentioned in Shakespear's Henry IV part 2, act V, scene 1.. Fifth Edition. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket - as issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        A New Systeme of Geography, designed in a most plain and easy method, for the better understanding of that science. Accommodated with new mapps, of all the ... countreys in the whole world. With geographical tables explaining the divisions in each mapp. By John Seller, hydrographer to the king]

      [London]: Sold at his shop on the West-side of the Royal Exchange, [1685]. Small octavo. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches). Letterpress text: 1-80 pp.only. 1 engraved additional title, 1 uncoloured engraved plate, with attached volvelle, 30 hand-coloured double-page engraved maps, 28 (of 30) leaves of engraved text (printed recto only, as issued). (Lacking letterpress text leaves after p.80, engraved title cut to plate edge and neatly laid down). Contemporary mottled calf, expertly rebacked to style with the spine in five compartments with raised bands, lettered in gilt in the second. The first edition of John Seller's very rare work: one of the earliest English world atlases. The letterpress title-page confirms that this is the 1685 first edition of Seller'sNew Systeme... Lord Wardington noted that "Seller's pocket atlases are among the earliest 'English' world atlases; they are superior in execution and content to contemporary rivals, such as Jonas Moore's A New Systeme of the Mathematicks (London, 1681) or Morden's Geography Rectified (London, 1680, with later editions) and are appreciably rarer, the several editions of the New Systeme extant in only a handful of copies." This assessment is confirmed by OCLC who list only 6 copies of this first edition (Clements Library; Yale, University of Alberta, British Library [2 copies], Bayerische Staatsbibliothek), and by auction records. No copies are listed as having sold at auction in the past thirty-five years. Only five copies of any edition of this work are listed as having sold. Lord Wardington's 1695 edition was withdrawn from the sale and presented to the British Library by Lady Wardington. Seller seems to have sold the atlas in much the same way as the great Dutch composite atlases of the period, as Lord Wardington notes "the New Systeme seems to have been made up to order," a maximum of 110 pages (numbered 1- 30, 33-112) of text is recorded. The number of maps varies: one of "the British Library's examples originally contained twenty-seven maps (four are missing, and one extra added), while the Library of Congress' example contains fifty-one maps." Contemporary confirmation of Lord Wardington's suspicions seems to be given here by the early inscription apparently shows that the cost of the book was calculated according to the number of maps it contained, along with the 'desc.' or number of text leaves that the purchaser chose to accompany the maps. A comparison with Rodney Shirley's description of one of the British Library copies (T.Sell-7a, which has only 23 maps) shows that the present example has 11 maps not in the BL copy, but also does not include four maps which are: one of 'The XVII Provinces', a second of 'the city of Hamburgh', a third of 'Lesser Tartaria' and a fourth 'Morea'. The fullest listing of maps which were offered for inclusion in the various editions of A New Systeme is given by Phillips (vol.IV, # 4267) where a numbered list of the 58 maps in the Library of Congress's 1690 edition is given. A comparison with that list shows that the present copy includes the following maps (identified by number): 1-3, 7-11, 13-14, 16-21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 30-34 and 51. The Phillips list does not include the 'A New Mapp of the World' or 'A Mapp of the World Shewing what a Clock it is', 'A Mapp of the Kingdom of England and Wales', 'Spaine' - all of which are also in the present atlas. Betz Africa 134; cf. Phillips Atlases III, 3450 (1685 edition with 51 maps) & IV, 4267 (1690 edition with 58 maps) ; cf. Shirley Maps in the Atlas in the British Library T.Sell-7a (23 maps); Shirley World 524 and 525; cf. Wing S2477

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        Poems by several hands, and on several occasions

      Printed: 1685. 1652-1715 Octavo, . First (and only)edition A-Z, Aa-Ee8, Ff7 (last verso blank). This copy is bound in full nineteenth century mottled calf, slightly rubbed, persereving the spine and label, a good copy This collection includes poems by the Earl of Rochester, Earl of Roscommon, and Earl of Dorset, Cowley, Tate, Evelyn, Waller, and others. Tate, Nahum (c.1652-1715), poet, playwright, and translator, probably born in Ireland... He lived there as a professional writer (with perhaps a brief period as a schoolmaster between 1687 and 1692) for the rest of his life. During the early 1680s Tate wrote committedly in support of Charles II, and initially welcomed James II"s succession in 1685. But he seems to have become rapidly disenchanted with James"s extreme pro-Catholic policies, and at the revolution of 1688-9 transferred his allegiance to William III, whom he hailed as a pious peacemaker and defender of English liberty. After the death of Thomas Shadwell in 1692, on 8 December Tate was appointed to the poet laureateship, a position which he held for life... In 1677 he published his own collection of Poems: sixty-nine short pieces, including love lyrics, melancholy Flatmanesque reflections, and one poem ('On the Present Corrupted State of Poetry') which provides early evidence of his pious tendencies. An expanded and revised edition of the collection, with many metrical and stylistic improvements, appeared in 1684. [Oxford DNB]

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        [Livres à Figures] Isaaci Vossii variarum observationum liber

      Londini (Londres): apud Robertum Scott, 1685. relié. in 4 (23,5x18,5cm). Edition originale. Illustrée de quelques figures. Brunet V, 1374. Parchemin contemporain, dos muet. Rousseurs pâles page de titre. Vossius (1618-1689) fut un de ces érudits huguenots qui émigra en Angleterre où il fut chanoine de Windsor , il disposait là de la meilleure bibliothèque privée du monde. Il deviendra en outre un des fournisseurs de livres pour la reine Christine de Suède. Cet ouvrage constitue le résultat de ses recherches dans de nombreux domaines, notamment l’antiquité, pour laquelle Vossius était prisé et reconnu (observations sur Rome, Alexandrie, Babylonne…) mais également les écritures, Virgile, Tertullien, les voyages aux indes et au Japon, sur les juifs… - apud Robertum Scott, Londini (Londres) _1685, in 4 (23,5x18,5cm), (8) 397pp., Un Vol. relié. - Livres à Figures Un Vol. relié

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        Theoria et Praxis Artilleriae. Oder: deutliche Beschreibung, der bey itziger Zeit bräuchlichen Artillerie, nebenst andern Neuen, und in Praxi fundirten Maniren, zu mehrern Unterricht alles durch Vorstellung der nötigen Risse erklähret. (1.-) 3. Theil. (3 Bde).

      Nürnberg, Christian Sigmund Froberg, 1685 (1683). Folio. Contemp. full vellum. Back nearly gone. Somewhat worn. Stamp on titlepage.3 engraved frontispiece, 3 printed titles. (10),88,(4);(6),94,(6);56 pp. and 46 (of 47, lacking No 11 in vol. 2) engraved plates. First frontispiece and 5 plates in vol. 1 loose with tears and frayed, some traces of use, esp. to vol. 1. At end inserted a handwritten manuscript with pyrotechnical receipts, 16 pp. folio, in 2 hands, 18th century.. First collected edition of all three parts. (Part 1 dated 1685- part 2: 1683 - part 3: 1685). This large work on all aspects of artillery, deals in the first part with canons, their borings and construction etc., the second part with "Luft=Lusst=Wasser=und Ernst=Feuern, alles in Praxi, der vornehmsten Haupt=Regeln genauen Observationibus fundirt.." (own titlepage), and the third part with the making of gunpowder. - Chris Philip: A Bibliography of Firework Books, B 290.1

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        The Court-Keeper's Guide For the Keeping of Courts Leet and Courts Baron. . .Seventh Edition

      . Contemporary calf, rebacked, the spine laid down; quite sound. Printed by the assigns of Rich. Atkins, and Edw. Atkins [etc.], London, 1685.

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        Fleta, Seu Commentarius Juris Anglicani . . . Accedit Tractatulus vetus . . . Fet Assavoir . . . Subjungitur etiam Joan. Seldeni ad Fletam Dissertatio Historica. Editio Secunda. Wing F1291

      The best early edition of Fleta, one of the few substantial medieval English legal treatises, written in the late 13th century and surviving in but a single manuscript; with Selden's masterly dissertation "loaded . . . with his remarkable erudition. Early 1/4 calf, crudely rebacked, some foxing; a usable copy only. Typis S.R. Prostant apud H. Twyford [and others] [etc.], London, 1685.

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        Cryptomenysis Patefacta; Or the Art of Secret Information Disclosed Without a Key. Containing, Plain and Demonstrative Rules, for Decyphering all Manner of Secret Writing. With Exact Methods, for Resolving Secret Information by Signs or Gestures, or in Speech. As also an Inquiry into the secret ways of Conveying Written Messages: And the Several Mysterious Proposals for Secret Information, mentioned by Trithemius, ect.

      London, Daniel Brown, 1685. Small8vo. Bound to style in a later very nice full sprinckled calf with small embossed vignettes to corners of front and back boards. Embossed lines to edges of boards and six compartments to spine. Red leather title label with gilt lettering to spine. Title-page with a few small nicks to right margin, not affecting text. Light soiling throughout. A fine and attractive copy. (24), 180 pp.. Rare first edition of Falconer's book on cryptography which constitutes the first adequate English handbook of cryptology; it furthermore seems to present the earliest illustration of keyed columnar transposition. It is the second English publication on the subject but the first work containing practical information. "The second English book on the subject excelled, and its high quality is all the more surprising when one considers that John Falconer had written Cryptomenysis Patefacta in France some thirty years before its first publication in 1685." (Leeuw, The history of Information Security, p. 303). It has been stated that Falconer was greatly influenced by John Wilkins's Mercury [1641], the first English work on the subject. This is, however, not entirely true; Wilkins' work has "a certain air of unreality" about it; he borrowed knowledge from earlier volumes and puffed it out with his own hypothesizing, which seems never to have been deflated by contact with the bruising actuality of solving cryptograms that he himself had not made up. Up until Falconer the literature was all theory and no practice (Kahn, The Code Breakers, P. 156)."Falconer also gave what seems to be the earliest illustration of keyed columnar transposition, a cipher that is today the primary and most widely used transposition cipher, having served (with modifications) for French military ciphers, Japanese diplomatic superencipherments, and Soviet spy ciphers." (Leeuw, p. 303).Falconer's approach was that of practical coding and cryptography, which probably was a product of his profession as the private cipher of King James II. "In the middle of the 17th-century, the first adequate English handbook of cryptology was finally written [The present work]; the second edition in 1692 may be an indication that Falconer's work was in demand even forty years after its redaction." (Leeuw, p. 303). Only very little is known about John Falconer except that he was a distant relative of the Scottish philosopher David Hume and "was reportedly entrusted with the private cipher of the future King James II, and died in France while following James into temporary exile there." (Kahn, The Code Breakers, P. 155)

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        A treatise of algebra, both historical and practical. Shewing, The Original, Progress, and Advancement thereof, from time to time, and by what Steps it hath attained to the Heighth at which now it is. With some Additional Treatises, I. Of the Cono-Cuneus; being a Body representing in part a Conus, in part a Cuneus. II. Of Angular Sections; and other things relating there-unto, and to Trigonometry. III. Of the Angle of Contact; with other things appertaining to the Composition of Magnitudes, the Inceptives of Magnitudes, and the Composition of Motions, with the Results thereof. IV. Of Combinations, Alternations, and Aliquot Parts.London: John Playford for Richard Davis, 1685. First edition.

      "Wallis' last great mathematical book was <i>Treatise of Algebra, Both Historical and Practical</i> (1685), the fruit of many years' labor. As its title suggests, it was to combine a full exposition of algebra with its history, a feat never previously attempted by any author. The book was Wallis' only major mathematical work to be published in the vernacular ...<br/><br/> "Of the 100 chapters, the first fourteen trace the history of the subject up to the time of Viète, with emphasis on the development of mathematical notation ... <br/><br/> After an insertion concerning the application of algebra to geometry and geometrical interpretations of algebraic facts (chapters 64 - 72, including an attempt to give a representation of imaginary numbers), Wallis devoted the final twenty-eight chapters to a subject that one would hardly look for in a book on algebra today: a discussion of the methods of exhaustion and of indivisibles, again with reference to the <i>Arithmetica infinitorum</i> [1656]. Thus the new methods were still considered as an extension of an old subject rather than as a wholly new field of mathematics.<br/><br/> "The <i>Algebra</i> also includes an exposition of the method of infinite series and the first printed account of some of Newton's pioneering results. Wallis had long been afraid that foreigners might claim the glory of Newton's achievements by publishing some of his ideas as their own before Newton himself had done so. He therefore repeatedly warned his younger colleague at Cambridge not to delay but to leave perfection of his methods to later editions ...<br/><br/> "A part from some editions of Greek mathematical classics, the Algebra with its several supplementary treatises- <i>Cono-Cuneus</i> (a study in analytic three-dimensional geometry), <i>Angular Sections, Angle of Contact, and Combinations, Alternations, and Aliquot Parts</i> -marked the end of the stream of mathematical works ...<br/><br/> "Wallis helped shape over half a century of mathematics in England. He bore the greatest share of all the efforts made during this time to raise mathematics to the eminence it enjoyed on the Continent. The center of mathematical research and of the 'new science' in Galileo's time lay in Italy. It then shifted northward, especially to France and the Netherlands. Because of Wallis' preparative work and Newton's genius, it rested in Britain for a while, until through the influence of Leibniz, the Bernoullis, and Euler it moved back to the Continent." (DSB). <br/><br/> Wing W613; Honeyman 3086; Stanitz 449.. Folio (318 x 196 mm), contemporary calf, covers a bit worn and scratched, capitals with skillful repairs, fully complete: engraved portrait of Wallis by Loggan (bound slightly askew and just trimmed in outer margin towards the top), pp [xx, including 'A Proposal about Printing ...'] 374 [iv] 17 [i:blank] 176 [ii] 17 (p 175,176 misnumbered as p 75-76) and 10 engraved folding plates. A very good copy

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        A Perfect Copy of all Summons of the Nobility to the Great Councils and Parliaments of this Realm, from the XLIX [Year] of King Henry the III, Until these present Times. Wing D2491

      The last work of Dugdale, of whom David Douglas observed that the "study of English medieval scholars between 1660 and 1730 should begin with his great and honoured name", beginning with the famed Parliament summoned in 1265; one of 700 copies. Contemporary calf, rubbed and a little dusty, but a very good copy. Printed by S.R. for Robert Clavell at the Peacock [etc.], London, 1685.

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        A set of 52 Playing Cards.

      (Augsburg, 1685). The set is without title but comprising all the cards. Engraved from copperplates. The cards are all mounted on 52 leaves of early 18th Century paper which are bound in a hcalf from around 1700 with gilt back. First hinge repaired. Book measuring 120x82 mm. The cards are shaved to the framing, which is intact, measuring 93x52 mm. A few brownspots but in fine condition due to the protection from the binding.. Johann Stridbeck (the Younger) made this series called "Berümte Männer", which comprises warriors, philosophers, other celebrities and poets, -e.g. the A's (As) are Homer, Solon, Romulus and Lÿsias. Each card has a portrait head in a round medallion at the top, and a description in German below. The designating numerals are placed in the upper right corners. - An extremely scarce set of the so-called Learning-Cards ("Lehrkarten"), invented by the Franciscan monk Thomas Murner in the beginning of the 16th Century. This type of cards became very popular during the 16th and 17th Centuries. It is depicted and described in: Hargrave. A History of Playing Cards. A Bibliography of Cards and Gaming p. 109

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        Nouvel Abrege Chronologique De l'Histoire De France, Contenant Les Evenemens De Notres Histoire, Depuis Clovis Jusqu'a Louis XIV, Les Guerres, Les Batailles, Les Sieges, Etc., Nos Loix, Nos Moeurs, Nos Usages, Nouvelle Edition...le Mort De Louis XIV

      Briand Paris: Briand 5 volume set bound in contemporary calf. Very scarce.The author Charles Jean-Francois Henault (1685-1770) wrote the work which was translated into many languages including Chinese. Voltaire said that he was "the only man who taught French history". In these volumes his successors continue the account unto the decade just before the French Revolution. This was the last set issued during the Ancien Regime. It covers the history of France from Louix XIV to Louis XVI in 1783.There was still no understanding by most of the government leaders how deep the economic crisis was. (The Assembly of Notables were to be convened in 1787 only to disband when they rejected the stop gap fund to spend more to get out of the economic crisis.It was in 1789 when Louis XVI made the fateful decision to convene the Estates-General).Seldom do the five volume sets appear and in the last volumes much is made of the political events, notes of the United States, but mainly a continuation of the history. Volume III lacks the original gilt lettered black morocco label else a remarkable set. Various publishers with Briand among the most prominent.. Original Calf. A Very Good Matched Set/No Dust Jacket as Issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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      Sive scriptum breve, Johanni Cluverio dantisco-borusso oppositum: gentis gothicæ originem et antiquissimam in Scandia vel Scandinavia sedem vindicans, ut & ejusdem De hyperboreis. Dissertatio brevis. Opuscula posthuma indice aucta. Sthlm, sumtibus & typis H. Keysers, 1685. 8:o. (4),169,(23) s. Trevligt halvpergamentbd med handtextad titeltext på ryggen och tegelfärgade pärmsidor (Johanna Röjgård och Lars Laurentii). Lätt bruntonad inlaga med några spridda småfläckar. Första arket med en fuktrand upp- och nedtill och de avslutande bladen med en fuktfläck upptill. Liten bläckfläck på titelbladet. Ställvis lite snävt skuren i nedre marginalen.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 884. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 1323. Utgavs av Johan Hadorph. I Philippus Cluverius skrift "Germania antiqua" från 1616 hade hävdats att goternas hemvist inte var Skandinavien utan snarare Preussen och Kassuben (ungefär nordöstra Pommern). Stiernhielm såg sig självfallet tvungen att vederlägga dessa blasfemiska påståenden, men blev inte nöjd med resultatet och lät arbetet ligga. Manuskriptet återfanns bland Stiernhielms efterlämnade papper liksom avhandlingen "De Hyperboreis" som också den här utges för första gången. Schück spekulerar i "Kgl Vitterhets historie och antikvitets akademien. Dess förhistoria och historia", III, att Hadorph valde att ge ut de båda texterna för att visa att Rudbecks idéer i "Atlantican" inte var så originella som berömmet gjorde gällande

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        Missale Romanum, Ex Dexcreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini Restitutum. Pij V. Pont. Max. Jussu Editum, et Clementis VIII. Primum, Nunc Denuo Urbani Papae Octavi Auctoritate Recognitum; Additis Etiam Missis Sanctorum, Ab Innocento X. Alexandro VII. [...]

      Lugduni: Petrum Guillimin & Antonium Beaujollin, 1685.. Full-Leather. Very Good. 4to "[...]Clemente IX. Clemente X. & Innocentio XI. recens concessis, suisque locis insertis". 4to, later (19th century) binding by Leicester and son, Worcester, black calf, gilt decorations, marbled endpapers. crudely repaired spine. front board bowed.A.E.G. very good. Manuscript annotation to top of title page reads " Ex Libris Richardi Brathwait". pp[xxxv], 643, CXXV (misprinted, should be cxxvi),[3], 2, [4] .copper plate engraving to title page, 8 full page engravings, engraved capital letters, printed in black and red, pages of music. Latin text. The final four pages consists of a pamphlet tipped-in (Supplementum ad missale romanum), issued by Carolus Ramaten V.A , which would date it to the latter end of the 18th century (Bishop Charles Walmesley,1722-1797, Bishop of Rama, Vicar Apostolic of the Western District of England)This, along with the Worcester link and the name Brathwait points to a possible English recusant connection.

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