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         A Relation of the Voyage to Siam Performed by Six Jesuits, sent by the French King, to the Indies and China, in the year, 1685. With their astrological observations, and their remarks of natural philosophy, geography, hydrography, and history. Published in the original, by the express orders of His most Christian Majesty. And now made English, and illustrated with sculptures.

      London: printed by T[homas]. B[raddyll]. for J. Robinson and A. Churchil, and are to be sold by S. Crouch, 1688 - Octavo (180 x 107 mm). Contemporary unlettered panelled calf, red sprinkled edges. Some neat professional repairs to the joints and corners, front free endpaper renewed, ownership inscription erased from front pastedown, slip of plain paper pasted to pastedown, front free endpaper removed, a few trivial marks, most noticeable in the first quire, outer leaves of final quire a little dusty and creased at foot, overall a very good copy. Additional engraved title page and 30 engraved plates, views, and maps, mostly folding, many after Hendrik Claudius. With license-to-print on verso of title page. Page 308 misnumbered 298. First edition in English of Tachard's Voyage de Siam des pères jésuites (1686); one of two issues, this issue with a cancel title. The first French mission to Siam (modern Thailand) came about as a result of an invitation of Constantine Phaulkon, a Greek adventurer who by a curious twist of fate had become prime minister of Siam. In response to Phaulkon's urging that the king of Siam was ripe for conversion, Louis XIV agreed to send an embassy. The Marquis de Chaumont was selected as ambassador, assisted by the Abbé de Choisy. Six Jesuit fathers were willing to accompany the mission. Tachard stayed with the Siamese mission as geographer; the other five continued to China, where they helped establish the French mission at Peking. Tachard returned to France with the ambassador in December 1685, taking with them Kosa Pan, an official of the Siamese court, as an ambassador to the French king. The embassy reached France in June 1686 and stayed there until March 1687, during which time Tachard wrote this account, before himself returning to Siam on a second expedition. The book also describes the expedition's sojourn at the Cape Colony, where, despite Dutch suspicion of French designs in the region, they received a hospitable welcome from the governor, Simon van der Stel, and the Cape Commissioner Van Rheede. Tachard describes Van der Stel as popular and efficient; they had long conversations and discussed the governor's expedition to Namaqualand and the plants and animals observed. While at the Cape the Jesuits were given the use of a house and a building in the Company's garden from which to make astronomical observations. Local Catholics flocked to visit the Jesuits in their "little observatory" where Tachard made a determination of the longitude of the settlement. Tachard's friendship with Van der Stel's artist, Hendrik Claudius, caused concern as it was thought that Claudius was giving too much political and economic information to the French and later led to him being removed from the Cape. Mendelssohn mentions that Claudius gave Tachard a map of South Africa showing the distribution of "the inhabitants of the country and the rarest animals". This could be the map facing page 66. The illustrations include two pictures of the inhabitants of the Cape Colony (one of Hottentots and one of Namaqua people), as well as several animals and reptiles. The book is well-held institutionally but scarce in commerce: auction records going back to 1957 show only four copies sold in that period. Mansell, South African Bibliography (1979), Vol. 4, p. 455; Mendelssohn, South African Bibliography (1957); Wing T96. See Anna Smith, Notes on Claudius (1952) p. 11. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Wien in Oesterreich, 1683, d. 1. January". Kupferstich nach Daniel Suttinger von Johann Christoph Weigel.

      Dresden, Mathesius, 1688 - Nebehay-W. 729, 1. - Schönes Gesamtansich der Stadt Wien von der Laimgrube (d. i. Südwesten) aus, knapp vor der zweiten Türkenbelagerung. - Daniel Suttinger (ca. 1640 - ca. 1690) hielt sich ab 1671/1672 ständig in Wien auf. "Bereits ab 1672 war er mit der Anfertigung eines (verschollenen) Holzmodells der Stadt Wien beauftragt, das er 1680 ablieferte und das eine Grundlage für den Anguissola-Marinoni-Plan bildete. Ab 1676 schuf er qualitätvolle Stadtprofile beziehungsweise Ansichten Wiens von Norden und Süden aus, von denen fünf überliefert sind (drei als Federzeichnungen, zwei als Stiche des 1683 in Wien weilenden Nürnberger Kupferstechers Johann Christoph Weigel). Während der Zweiten Türkenbelagerung (1683) war Suttinger in Wien und stand in engem Kontakt mit dem Oberstleutnant und Oberingenieur Georg Rimpler, dessen Festungsmanier Suttinger später in zwei Schriften verteidigte. Noch 1683 erhielt Suttinger den Titel eines Hauptmanns, im selben Jahr entstand eine Vogelschau des westlichen Teils der Stadt mit türkischen Laufgräben und Minen (circa 1:2.700), die Suttinger auch selbst stach (danach schuf er auch ein [verschollenes] Holzmodell), 1687 folgte ein Plan der Entsatzschlacht mit Darstellung der Umgebung Wiens (verschollene Federzeichnung, 1688 durch Mauritius Bodenehr in Dresden gestochen, circa 1:18.000). 1688 veröffentlichte er auch einen Bericht über die Belagerung. 1684 stellte Suttinger einen (nach 1939 verschollenen) Grundrissplan der Stadt Wien fertig (Federzeichnung, circa 1:1.800), der die Namen der Hausbesitzer enthielt und heute nur in Reproduktionen überliefert ist. 1688 begegnet uns Suttinger als Oberhauptmann der Kurfürstlich-Sächsischen Feldartillerie in Dresden" (Wien Gewschichte Wiki). - Auf zwei zusammengesetzten Blättern gedruckt. Etwas gebräunt bzw. angestaubt, stellenweise leicht fleckig. Mit den üblichen alten Faltstellen, in den Bildecken jeweils kl. Quetschfalte. Rückseitig 1/4 des Blattes von alter Hand in Tinte beschrieben. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 Aus: Danier Suttinger, Entsatz Der Kayserlichen Haubt- und Residenz-Stadt Wien in Oesterreich.

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         The Alcoran of Mahomet

      London: printed and are to be sold by Randal Taylor,, 1688. Translated out of Arabick into French, by the Sieur du Ryer, Lord of Malezair, and Resident for the French King, at Alexandria. And newly Englished, for the Satisfaction of all that Desire to look into the Turkish Vanities. To which is prefixed, the Life of Mahomet, the Prophet of the Turks, and Author of the Alcoran. With a Needful Caveat, or Admonition, for them who desire to know what Use may be made of, or if there be Danger in reading the Alcoran. Folio (368 x 232 mm). Contemporary panelled sheep, rebacked to style, edges sprinkled red. Contemporary ownership inscription, "H. S. G.", to the initial blank. Slightly rubbed, skilful restoration to extremities and lower outer corners, light scattered craquelure, 2 superficial worm-tracks to rear board, inner hinges partially cracked, but sound, marginal browning to pastedowns and free endpapers, front free endpaper chipped, title page soiled and with old restoration to upper outer corner, mild undulation to text-block, occasional light spotting or soiling to margins, worm-track to upper inner corner from sig. Hh to rear pastedown, the text never affected. A very good copy. First folio edition of the first English translation of the Qur'an. The "Needful Caveat" is signed Alexander Ross (c.1590-1654), who was chaplain to King Charles I and is usually assumed to have been responsible for the translation as a whole, which was first published in 1649 in quarto and octavo editions. It was based on the first edition in French, which had appeared in 1647. The work was originally intended for royal dedication but was not ready by the time of Charles's execution in January 1649; on 19 March parliament issued a warrant to seize all copies of the book and Ross was summoned before a parliamentary committee, though the translation was eventually published several weeks later, with a prefatory address entitled "The Translator to the Christian Reader" together with Ross's caveat; there is also a 13-page "Life of Mahomet". Ross's caveat, which compares Islam to other historical heresies from the Old Testament and classical antiquity, demonstrates an "interest in comparative religion [which] reflects a new, albeit highly sceptical engagement with Islamic doctrine" (Birchwood, Staging Islam in England: Drama and Culture, 1640-1685, p. 67). Although the English translation was made directly from the French without reference to Arabic, it proved highly influential in continental Europe, and was the basis for further versions in Dutch, German, and Russian (Leaman, ed., The Qur'an: An Encyclopaedia, p. 667). Taylor also published an octavo edition in the same year, of which copies occasionally appear for sale; this folio version is highly uncommon, with no copies traced at auction.

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         L'Ecole des ragouts ou le chef-d'oeuvre du CUISINIER, du PATISSIER, & du CONFITURIER, où est enseignée la manière d'apprêter toute sorte de viande, de faire toute sorte de Patisseries & de Confitures.

      Jacques Canier 1688 - In-12 ( 150 X 85 mm ) de 458-8 pages, pleine basane tabac, dos à nerfs ( Reliure de l'époque ). Très rare édition lyonnaise ( pas dans Oberlé ). Anciennes mouillures et taches claires, dos absent, coins et coiffes usés, malgré les défauts annoncés, bon exemplaire, solide. Gastronomie, Pâtisserie, Gateaux, Confiserie, Glaces, Bonbons, Friandises

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         HISTOIRE DES INDES ORIENTALES.

      Chez Arnoul Seneuze et Daniel Hortemels 1688 - RENNEFORT, URBAIN SOUCHU DE: HISTOIRE DES INDES ORIENTALES. Paris, Chez Arnoul Seneuze et Daniel Hortemels, 1688. In-4°(250x195mm), relié papier à décor, reliure XIXe. 8 ff.n.ch., 402 pp., 1f.n.ch. de privilège, vignette au titre et 3 en-têtes gravées par Vermeulen d’après Sevin, dont un répété. Borba de Moraes, II, 819-820. Bosch, 152. Édition originale. Pages 9 à 15 manquantes, pp. 86 et 87 déchirées avec manque n’affectant pas le texte. Secrétaire de la Compagnie royale des Indes orientales, Souchu de Rennefort (vers 1630-1689) retrace l’histoire de la Compagnie depuis sa création par Colbert en 1664. Ce volume forme le complément de celui qu’il avait déjà publié 20 ans plus tôt sous le titre Relation du premier voyage de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales à l’île de Madagascar ou Dauphin. On y traite des établissements français dans l’océan Indien, en particulier à Madagascar et dans les Indes, mais on y trouve aussi des informations précieuses sur le Brésil, les Iles du Cap Vert, Ceylman, le Cap de Bonne Espérance, etc. Belles vignettes en- tête de la préface et des deux parties du livre. Paris, 1688. Small 4° (250x145mm), 2 headpieces, first édition. Rennefort was secretary of the “compagnie française de L’Orient”. In 1665 he was charged with inspecting the colony of Fort-Dauphin. First published in 1668 under the title “Relation du Premier Voyage de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales”. It has here been greatly expanded to Brazil (Pernambuco and Olinda) and Madagascar. (REF: P1-5C) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Alcoran of Mahomet. Translated out of Arabick into French, by the Sieur du Ryer, Lord of Malezair, and Resident for the French King, at Alexandria. And newly Englished, for the Satisfaction of all that Desire to look into the Turkish Vanities. To which is prefixed, the Life of Mahomet, the Prophet of the Turks, and Author of the Alcoran. With a Needful Caveat, or Admonition, for them who desire to know what Use may be made of, or if there be Danger in reading the Alcoran.

      London: printed and are to be sold by Randal Taylor, 1688 - Folio (368 x 232 mm). Contemporary panelled sheep, rebacked to style, edges sprinkled red. Contemporary ownership inscription, "H. S. G.", to the initial blank. Slightly rubbed, skilful restoration to extremities and lower outer corners, light scattered craquelure, 2 superficial worm-tracks to rear board, inner hinges partially cracked, but sound, marginal browning to pastedowns and free endpapers, front free endpaper chipped, title page soiled and with old restoration to upper outer corner, mild undulation to text-block, occasional light spotting or soiling to margins, worm-track to upper inner corner from sig. Hh to rear pastedown, the text never affected. A very good copy. First folio edition of the first English translation of the Qur'an. The "Needful Caveat" is signed Alexander Ross (c.1590-1654), who was chaplain to King Charles I and is usually assumed to have been responsible for the translation as a whole, which was first published in 1649 in quarto and octavo editions. It was based on the first edition in French, which had appeared in 1647. The work was originally intended for royal dedication but was not ready by the time of Charles's execution in January 1649; on 19 March parliament issued a warrant to seize all copies of the book and Ross was summoned before a parliamentary committee, though the translation was eventually published several weeks later, with a prefatory address entitled "The Translator to the Christian Reader" together with Ross's caveat; there is also a 13-page "Life of Mahomet". Ross's caveat, which compares Islam to other historical heresies from the Old Testament and classical antiquity, demonstrates an "interest in comparative religion [which] reflects a new, albeit highly sceptical engagement with Islamic doctrine" (Birchwood, Staging Islam in England: Drama and Culture, 1640-1685, p. 67). Although the English translation was made directly from the French without reference to Arabic, it proved highly influential in continental Europe, and was the basis for further versions in Dutch, German, and Russian (Leaman, ed., The Qur'an: An Encyclopaedia, p. 667). Taylor also published an octavo edition in the same year, of which copies occasionally appear for sale; this folio version is highly uncommon, with no copies traced at auction. Wing K748.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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         de la RECHERCHE de la VÉRITÉ

      Henry Desbordes, Amsterdam 1688 - de la RECHERCHE de la VÉRITÉ Par Nicolas de MALBRANCHE ouvrage en deux volumes, petits in-8° reliés (10 cm x 16.5 cm) reliure plein cuir fauve, dos à cinq nerfs, caissons ornés de motifs, titre et tomaisons dorés, toutes tranches mouchetées, roulette sur les coupes, édité par Henry Desbordes, Amsterdam, 1688 premier volume : 496 pages - de la nature et des propriétés de l'entendement - des jugemens et des raisonnemens- des erreurs de nos yeux, touchant les figures, etc . second volume : 585 pages - des passions - de la méthode - table des éclaircissemens bon état d'usage [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Topographia archiducatus Carinthiae antiquae & modernae completa. Das ist Vollkommene und gründliche Land-Beschreibung dess berühmten Erz-Herzogthums Kärndten.

      Nürnberg, Endter, 1688. - Folio, circa 33,6 x 22 cm. Gestochenes Frontispiz, 5 Bll., 264 (recte 240) SS. mit 226 teils ganzseitigen Kupfern, 1 mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafel, 1 dpblgr. Kupferkarte Schlichter Umschlag d. 19. Jh. Nebehay/W. 769. Zweite erweiterte Ausgabe des berühmten Ansichtenwerkes von Kärnten im Stil der Topographien Merians. Gegenüber der Erstausgabe von 1681 mit etwas geändertem Titel, in grösserem Format und mit 4 zusätzlichen Ansichten. - Hier mit der seltenen und häufig fehlenden schönen Panoramaansicht von Klagenfurt! - Exemplar einer österreichischen Adelsbibliothek, Vorsatz mit Wappenexlibris, Titel mit Wappenstempel. - Nur ganz vereinzelt minimal stockfleckig, meist jedoch sauber und frisch. Zu Beginn und am Ende wenige Blätter mit kleinen Eselsohren, Umschlag berieben. Die breiten, etwas über eine Seite reichenden Ansichten sind hier immer über Stege eingebunden, so dass die Ansichten nicht zerschnitten sind! Überwiegend sauberes, schönes Exemplar, komplett und mit dem seltenen grossen Klagenfurt-Blatt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Memoir's for a Natural History of Animals. Containing the Anatomical Descriptions Of Several Creatures Directed by The Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris

      London: Printed by Joseph Streater, for sale by T Basset, J Robinson, B Aylmer, Joh Southby And W Canning, 1688 A very good copy of this important work on comparative anatomy with engraved title; rubricated title and 30 plates. The original publication had 2 separate parts, both complete in themselves - the second section 'The Measure of the Earth' translated by Richard Waller, is not present. Alexander Pitfeild undertook to translate this work, originally led by Charles Perrault for the Royal Academy of Sciences in Paris. Animals, mostly from the royal menageries at Vincennes and Versailles, were supplied to the Royal Academy, for detailed study and dissection. The first publication including 13 species, appeared in 1671 with a second volume 5 years later. The publications had very short print runs and were very expensive being elephant folio with detailed art work mainly by Sebastien Leclerc. There was a growing desire to learn about natural history and the nature of animals and copies of Perrault's work were almost impossible to obtain. Pitfeild's translation was much needed and it became the only work published on comparative anatomy in England between 1660 and 1700. Richard Waller undertook the illustrations, copying Leclerc but reducing the size, taking care to keep the drawings in proportion. The second part, missing here, was undertaken not because it was linked in any way, but because it was important and of interest to the Royal Society. Copies of Pitfeild's translation are extremely scarce. This copy is in a new binding with cloth spine with title label and paper-covered boards. Contents: engraved title page; rubricated title page; permission for printing by the Royal Society (with 2 ink reference numbers at the top); dedication; To The Reader 2pp; preface 9pp; text pp 1- 267 with 30 plates (p 1 with small stamp to bottom margin; a few light ink spots to bottom side margins pp 48 & 49; small repaired edge tear bottom p141; alphabetical table of animal names with errata 2pp; index of anatomical matters 11pp; finis. Contents in very good clean condition. There is some staining which is mostly to the top outer page corners and varies in intensity. Occasional light marking elsewhere. Please enquire if you would like to see more images.

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         Les larmes de Jacques Pineton de Chambrun, qui contiennent les persecutions arrivées aux Eglises de la Principauté d'Orange, depuis l'an 1660. La chute & le relevement de l'auteur. Avec le reniement de S. Pierre en son apostolat

      first edition.Binding in full brown flecked brown speckled. Back with ornate nerves. Title piece of brown morocco. Head cap torn off. A broken corner missing. A blunt corner. Rubbed together. Chez Henry Van Bulderen A La Haye 1688 In-12 (9,5x16cm) (8) 256pp. relié

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         Memoir's for a Natural History of Animals. Containing the Anatomical Descriptions Of Several Creatures Directed by The Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris

      Printed by Joseph Streater, for sale by T Basset, J Robinson, B Aylmer, Joh Southby And W Canning, London 1688 - A very good copy of this important work on comparative anatomy with engraved title; rubricated title and 30 plates. The original publication had 2 separate parts, both complete in themselves - the second section 'The Measure of the Earth' translated by Richard Waller, is not present. Alexander Pitfeild undertook to translate this work, originally led by Charles Perrault for the Royal Academy of Sciences in Paris. Animals, mostly from the royal menageries at Vincennes and Versailles, were supplied to the Royal Academy, for detailed study and dissection. The first publication including 13 species, appeared in 1671 with a second volume 5 years later. The publications had very short print runs and were very expensive being elephant folio with detailed art work mainly by Sebastien Leclerc. There was a growing desire to learn about natural history and the nature of animals and copies of Perrault's work were almost impossible to obtain. Pitfeild's translation was much needed and it became the only work published on comparative anatomy in England between 1660 and 1700. Richard Waller undertook the illustrations, copying Leclerc but reducing the size, taking care to keep the drawings in proportion. The second part, missing here, was undertaken not because it was linked in any way, but because it was important and of interest to the Royal Society. Copies of Pitfeild's translation are extremely scarce. This copy is in a new binding with cloth spine with title label and paper-covered boards. Contents: engraved title page; rubricated title page; permission for printing by the Royal Society (with 2 ink reference numbers at the top); dedication; To The Reader 2pp; preface 9pp; text pp 1- 267 with 30 plates (p 1 with small stamp to bottom margin; a few light ink spots to bottom side margins pp 48 & 49; small repaired edge tear bottom p141; alphabetical table of animal names with errata 2pp; index of anatomical matters 11pp; finis. Contents in very good clean condition. There is some staining which is mostly to the top outer page corners and varies in intensity. Occasional light marking elsewhere. Please enquire if you would like to see more images. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Le secrétaire turc contenant l'art d'exprimer les pensées sans se voir, sans se parler et sans s'écrire. Avec les circonstances d'une avanture turcque & une relation très curieuse de plusieurs particularitez du Serrail qui n'avoient point encore esté sceues.

      Paris, Michel Guerrout, 1688. ____ Edition originale de ce livre très curieux. "Il y a bien des manières d'exprimer l'amour. ... La plupart des Turcs "ne savent ni lire, ni écrire, & n'ont aucune liberté de communiquer avec les femmes. Ils ne sont pourtant pas insensibles; au contraire... Ce peuple qui manque des moyens ordinaires pour faire connaitre sa passion, tâche d'en inventer d'extraordinaires. Les fleurs, les fruits, les bois, les aromates, les soies, l'or, l'argent, les couleurs, les étoffes, & enfin presque toutes les choses qui servent au commerce de la vie, entrent chez les Turcs dans celui de l'amour. ... De sorte qu'un petit paquet, gros comme le pouce, si l'on a égard à ce qu'il enferme, compose un discours fort expressif". L'auteur explique donc tous les symboles, les idées ou même les phrases qui sont attachés à ces objets, et donne en quelque sorte un manuel de conversation galante par ce procédé. Cet ouvrage est aussi l'occasion de détailler les moeurs exotiques du Sérail et contient l'aventure amoureuse de Gulbeyaz, principale esclave de la Sultane Validé. L'auteur, Du Vignau ou des Joanots du Vignau, a été pendant neuf ans secrétaire de l'ambassade de France à Istamboul. Il avait publié l'année précédente "L'Etat présent de la puissance ottomane, avec les causes de son accroissement et celles de sa décadence". Brunet II, 931 : "Livre singulier." La dorure du dos est en partie éffacée. Note sur un feuillet de garde : "Vendu le 9 Juillet 1809 à la vente des livres de M. C. M. faite par Tillard à Paris 3 # 19 s. Voyez le n° 744 de son catalogue imprimé."*-------*. In-12. Collation : (8), 340 pp. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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         Faust Romantische Oper in 2 Aufzügen... im Klavierauszuge von P. Pixis... Zwey Akte 7. Rth 12 gr. [Piano-vocal score]

      Leipzig: C.F. Peters [PNs 1688; 1688 II], 1824. First Edition of the first version. Grove Music Online. OCLC no. 163227488. Hirsch IV no. 1283. Göthel p. 336. Faust, to a libretto by Joseph Carl Bernard, was first performed in Prague at the Estates Theatre on September 1, 1816. "... Faust marks an important landmark in the development of German Romantic opera. Spohr's concern to create scene complexes, rather than merely a string of individual numbers, points the way towards the continuity of his later operas. His striking use of chromatic harmony was recognized by Weber, who wrote in his introduction to the Prague première: 'this dark, Romantic spirit-world is ideally matched with the composer's inmost musical character. Owing to this fact the work as a whole is marked by great aptness of colour - grand musical and dramatic effects of charm and tenderness alternating with shatteringly powerful effects in the ensembles and choruses'." "Regarded by many contemporaries as worthy of a place beside Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven in the pantheon of the greatest composers, [Spohr] has, together with Gluck and Cherubini, been allotted a considerably lower status by posterity. Mozart's Figaro and Wagner's Tristan were both composed during Spohr's lifetime; his own work looks, Janus-like, towards both the formalism and clarity of the Classical tradition, and the structural and harmonic experimentation associated with 19th-century Romanticism." Clive Brown in Grove Music Online.. Oblong folio. Full contemporary dark green pebbled cloth with nitials "A. v B." in gilt to upper, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (title), [i] (table of contents), 2-99, [i] (blank), 3-110 pp. Each act separately paginated. Engraved. Text in German and Italian. Two publisher's handstamps to lower portion of title. Binding slightly worn. Minor dampstaining, most noticeable to first six leaves; some foxing.

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         Illustrations of Japan, consisting of private memoirs and anecdotes of the reigning dynasty of the Djogouns, or sovereigns of Japan, a description of the feasts and ceremonies observed throughout the year at their court; and of the ceremonies customary at marriages and funerals: to which are subjoined, observations on the legal suicide of the Japanese, remarks on their poetry, an explanation of their mode of reckoning time, particulars respecting the dosia powder (...). London, R. Ackerman 1822.

      40, half leather, 16 + 325 pp. Illustrated with 25 handcoloured lithographed plates. Some plates fortified. Slight browning and foxing on some of the pages. Titsingh was the formerly chief agent to the Dutch East India company at Nangasaki. Translated from the French, by Frederic Schoberl. With coloured plates ""faithfully copied from Japanese Original Designs. Title of the plates: Residence of the Djogoun at Yedo, Earthquake & Eruption of the Mountain of Asama-yama, in the Province of Sinano, Earthquake, Volcanic Eruption & Indunation in the Province of Simahara, Plan of the Dutch Factory in the Island of Desima at Nangasaki, House of the chief of the Dutch Company, the Chinese Factory in the street of Teng-chan at Nangasaki, Founded in 1688, Several lithographes with house scenes, large folded one of the Funeral Procession of the Governor of Nangasaki and below the Funeral Procession of a superior civil officer (printed on linnen). With stamp at first page of the Free public library and museum Blackburn. B0443.

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         Terra Sancta sive Promissionis, olim Palestina recens delineata

      Amsterdam 1688 - Carta geografica della Palestina, tratta dall "Atlas Major". In basso al centro, vignetta con il tabernacolo difeso dalle Dodici Tribù di Israele. Incisione in rame, bellissima coloritura coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Nice old color example of De Wit's map of the Holy Land, oriented to the West, and divided among the Tribes of Israel on both sides of the Jordan. The shore line runds from Sidon to Egypt. The Kishon River connects Haifa Bay to the Lake of Tiberias. Along the top, a garland is supported by 6 cherubs. At the bottom center, the encampment of the Tribes in the desert surrounding the Tabernacle, flanked by Moses and Aaron. The map is drawn from Visscher's map of 1659, with minor changes. Richly embellished and highly detailed. A beautiful example in old color. Laor #860. Dimensioni 555 460mm

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         ESTAT [ ETAT ] DE L'ÈGLISE ET DE LA COLONIE FRANCOISE [ FRANÇAISE ] DANS LA NOUVELLE FRANCE [ CANADA / QUÈBEC ] - 1688

      - Paris . Chez Robert Pépie / Imprimerie de la Veuve Denis Langlois . 1688 . EDITION ORIGINALE . Un volume in-12 , 12 x 19 cm , solide reliure de l'époque plein veau , dos orné à nerfs , roulette sur les coupes . 267 pages + privilège du Roy . Belles marges . Des rousseurs éparses , une tache & petit manque sur une marge . Mention manuscrite au contre plat " Ce livre est du Monastère de la Visitation Ste Marie de MONTELIMART " . [ MONTELIMAR , ville du SUD de la FRANCE ] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Geliebte Eltern! - [Handgeschriebener hamburger Weihnachtswunsch auf altkolorierter Kupferstich-Vorlage von 1742].

      Aufwendig gestaltete Schmuckblatt aus der Werkstatt von Gottfried Christian Pingeling (1688-1769) mit handschriftlichem Text von Hans Gottfried Knack an seine Eltern. Die reich kalligraphierten Zierschrift des Widmungskopfes stammt von einem unbekannten Schreibmeister, der Text von Knack. - Der Weihnachtswunsch entstammt einer seit dem 18. Jahrhundert in Norddeutschland gebräuchlichen Tradition. Der Brief wurde den Beschenkten am Weihnachtsabend übergeben, dazu wurde der auswendig gelernte Text vorgetragen. - Das Blatt trägt einen Rahmen von insgesamt neun Kupfervignetten mit biblischen Szenen aus dem Lukasevangelium (Illustrationen zum Besuch Marias bei Elisabeth Geburt und Beschneidung Jesus Christus) und symbolischen Darstellungen (Allegorien der vier Kontinente als geschmückte Frauengestalten). Oben mittig platziert ist die Titelvignette aus Blumenranken (mit der handschriftlichen Ortsangabe Hamburg und der Jahreszahl 1742), flankiert von zwei Engeln. Rückseitig die Adressierung an Hans Gottfried Knack (Senior). - Das Blatt ist etwas krude in Rot, Gelb und Grün koloriert. Das Atelier Pingeling gilt als bedeutendste Werkstatt der frühen, oft künstlerisch aufwendigen Bögen. Zu den Hamburger Weihnachtswünschen aus dieser Werkstatt, siehe Hinrichsen 2010 (Weihnachtsbriefe und Wunschzettel), 17ff. - Bei Hinrichsen ist nur ein einziges älteres Blatt dokumentiert - ein nicht koloriertes Blatt von 1739 (Seite 55). --- Das Blatt ist stark angerändert. Fehlstellen mit Bildverlust an den oberen Blattecken. Einige kleine Löcher und größere Risse. Die Rückseite ist stark und unschön fleckig. Trotz der Mängel sehr schönes Exemplar, dessen mechanische Schäden den interimischen Charakter der Weihnachtswünsche noch unterstreichen.

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         Histoire poétique de la guerre nouvellement déclarée entre les Anciens et les Modernes.

      Paris, chez Pierre Aubouin; Pierre Emmery & Charles Clousier. 1688 - Namenseintrag alter Hand auf dem Titel. Sonst sehr guter Zustand. 9 Blatt, 304 Seiten, 6 Blatt. Französisch 400g Sonderangebot: Das Antiquariat Krull bietet AbeBooks-Kunden einen exklusiven Rabatt von 20% auf sämtliche Preise. Alter Preis: 597.00 EUR.

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         1688 English Holy BIBLE Old & New Testament King James Bill Hills Newcomb RARE

      London : Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty, anno Dom. 1688. - 1688 English Holy BIBLE Old & New Testament King James Bill Hills Newcomb RARE A rare late 17th-century Holy Bible complete with both the Old and the New Testament. This English Bible, published in London, was printed in 1688 by Bill, Hills, and Newcomb who were printers to King James II. This example appears in double-column format. It lacks the Apocrypha, which is typically included in such bibles, however, according to Darlow and Moule, “the text ends on 2O12b, Apocrypha mentioned in list of books, but not required by signatures.” So, while the Apocrypha says it should be included, it was never printed in this edition. Item number: #1377 Price: $750 Holy Bible The Holy Bible : containing the Old Testament and the New: newly translated out of the original tongues and with the former translations dilgently compared and revised, by His Majesties special command. Appointed to be read in churches. London : Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty, anno Dom. 1688. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 888p o Signatures: A-2O12 • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • References: Wing B 2349; Darlow & Moule 810; • Language: English • Size: ~6in X 3.5in (15cm x 9cm) • Quite rare with no other examples of this edition for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1377 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         JOURNAL OU SUITE DU VOYAGE DE SIAM. En forme des lettres familières fait en 1685 et 1686 par M. L. D. C

      Suivant la copie de Paris imprimée, A Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier, 1688 - Suivant la copie de Paris imprimée, A Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier, 1688 1 volume in-12 (16,5 x 10 cm) de (3)-377-(3) pages. Reliure de l'époque plein vélin ivoire à coutures apparentes (reliure hollandaise). Trace de titre au dos à l'encre (en grande partie effacé). Signatures ex libris à l'encre sur le premier plat. Taches et salissures au vélin ; reliure néanmoins solide. Intérieur avec quelques rousseurs et taches sans gravité. Complet. Les pages 361 à 377 contiennent un Mémoire des présents du Roi de Siam au Roi de France. Cet ouvrage a été publié pour la première fois à Paris par Sébastien Mabre-Cramoisy en 1687 (une seconde édition quasi identique en 1688 - sur laquelle a été faite cette édition hollandaise).Au printemps 1685, François-Timoléon de Choisy, abbé fantasque, réussit à s'embarquer avec l'Ambassade dépêché par Louis XIV vers le Siam. Cette expédition a pour but de convertir le roi Naraï au christianisme et peut-être aussi obtenir quelques privilèges commerciaux. Durant tout le voyage, de Choisy tient un journal où il raconte, dans un style inimitable, les péripéties du voyage, son émerveillement devant les paysages exotiques ainsi que les fastes de la cour siamoise. Son enthousiasme va de pair avec une ouverture d'esprit exemplaire. Curieux de tout, l'Abbé évoque avec moult détails les nombreuses cérémonies qui attendent l'Ambassade : gigantesques processions aquatiques rythmées par une musique «aussi bizarre qu'extraordinaire», visites de pagodes peuplées d'idoles dorées, chasses à l'éléphant et feux d'artifice. Sachant que, «deux yeux ne voient point tout», Choisy questionne les uns et les autres, puis consigne une multitude de renseignements sur les coutumes et les habitants du Royaume de l’Éléphant blanc. Né à Paris en 1644, François-Timoléon de Choisy embrasse la carrière d'un « abbé de cour ». Personnage truculent, aimant se travestir en femme, il évolue dans la haute société de l'époque. A son retour du Siam, il est élu à l'Académie française. Il mènera une vie d'excentrique jusqu'à sa mort en 1724. (in Présentation d'une nouvelle édition, Objectif Terre, 2006). Référence : Cordier, Indosinica, 941 Provenance : Exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque de François Hippolyte Charbonnel, ancien maître d'hôtel à bord du vaisseau américain, le Brilliant of Philadelphia, d'après une longue note autographe présente sur le premier feuillet blanc, qui explique que ce vaisseau faisait le commerce ce Cette (Sète) et Marseille, avec Philadelphie, la Nouvelle York (New York) et la Nouvelle Orléans (Amériques). Charbonnel écrit que ce vaisseau fit naufrage sur les côtes de l'Espagne à 3 miles de XXX (nous gardons la primeur de cette information à l'acquéreur du volume) les derniers jours de carnaval 1832. Charbonnel signe et date son texte du 11 mai 1842. Au recto du feuillet on retrouve l'ex libris manuscrit en latin avec les précisions suivantes : Charbonnel était originaire de Pierrefort (Petrafortis) dans le Cantal et domicilé à Jonquières dans l'Hérault. Daté cette fois de l'année 1837. Par ailleurs le volume comporte sur le premier plat la signature autographe de Charbonnel ainsi que deux autres (non identifiées). Au verso du titre son ex libris autographe est répété. Charbonnel fut donc l'un des rescapés du naufrage de ce vaisseau de commerce américain. Ces quelques notes ne seront pas sans éveiller la curiosité des chasseurs d'épaves . TRÈS BON EXEMPLAIRE DE CE PASSIONNANT RÉCIT DE VOYAGE. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Cantus omnis ecclesiasticus ad hebdomadae maioris Missas, passionem D.N.I.C., Officia Tenebrarum, Lamentationes, Benedictiones, Processiones, &c.

      Mutinae, ex Typographia Haeredum Cassiani, 1688. In folio (cm. 33,1); mezza pelle dell'Ottocento: antiporta con croce e musica in xilografia; frontespizio in rosso e nero; pp. 12 nn., 265 + 11 nn. + un foglietto di "errata" inserito tra p. 205 e la prima carta n.n. (prima errata). Testo incorniciato; molte raffinate vignette in xilografia (ultima cena, crocifissione, resurrezione...). A piena pagina diverse croci con all'interno della musica ed al lato due angeli. Bella copia. Marzio Erculei nacque ad Otricoli (Terni)... Quasi certamente compì i suoi studi musicali a Roma nel collegio germanico-ungarico... Dopo una breve comparsa nella cappella del Duomo di Milano, nel 1651, già ordinato sacerdote entrò come "musico ecclesiastico" al servizio della corte Estense di Modena, rimanendovi fino al 1674. In quegli anni si distinse come soprano in alcune opere date a Modena. Nel 1674, dopo aver invano tentato di ottenere un canonicato nel duomo di Modena, si ritirò dal servizio presso la corte ed entrò nella locale Congregazione religiosa della Beata Vergine e di S. Carlo, proseguendo l'insegnamento della musica e del canto e dando vita ad una sorta di scuola per giovani cantanti... Tra i suoi allievi: Antonio Maria Pacchioni, Rinaldo Bertoni e Francesco Montecchi... All'attività didattica del canto, in particolare di quello gregoriano, sono per lo più collegate le sue pubblicazioni: "Cantus omnis ecclesiasticus" contenente oltre ai canti gregoriani della Settimana Santa, alcuni falsobordoni a tre o quattro voci, adespoti e forse attribuibili all'E. stesso. Nel 1694, trovandosi a Loreto, chiese al Duca di Modena Rinaldo d'Este di potervisi trattenere in qualità di cappellano ducale presso il santuario della Santa Casa, "con l'obbligo d'applicare quotidianamente il Santo sacrificio per la salute e conservatione" della Casa Estense. Ottenuto l'incarico richiesto, l'E. rimase a Loreto non oltre il 1702, poiché il 15 gennaio di quell'anno risulta essere di nuovo a Modena nel Collegio di San Carlo, dove morì il 5 agosto 1706. D.B.I, vol. 43 p. 137. Axs

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         Vida Simbolica Del Glorioso S. Francisco De Sales [ Emblem Book 1688] Spanish Language

      Antonio Roman,, Madrid 1688 - b'w; 380 pages; . .obispo de Geneva, divida end dos partes, y escrita en cinqventa y dos emblemas. 8 1/8 x 5 1/2". [16], 380 pp. Title with ornamental border, woodcut emblematic illustrations by Albert Flamen. Contemporary calf, spine with raised bands, red morocco lettering piece, hinges worn but firm. 52 woodcut emblems. Inspired by the life and writings of St. Francis de Sales (1567-1622) , and written for the Sisters of the Visitation monastery of Faubourg Saint-Jacques in Paris, where Gambart, a Vincentian priest, served as chaplain for over thirty years. It was translated from the original French into Castillian Spanish by Don Francisco Cubillas Don-Yague. Praz, p.35. Provenance- Dale Raymod Bengtson. ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Endimione: favola per musica da recitarsi nel Reggio Teatro di Torino. Alla presenza della loro A.A. R.R.Turin, Giovanni Battista Fontana, 1699. 12mo. With the woodcut coat-of-arms of Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy on the title-page. Contemporary stiff wrappers covered with gold-brocade paper.

      - B. Forment, "Moonlight on Endymion: in search of 'Arcadian opera,' 1688-1721", in: Journal of seventeenth-century music XIV(2008), pp. 1-36, the present ed. at p. 16; ICCU (2 copies); KVK (3 copies, including the same 2). Very rare libretto printed for distribution to the audience at one of the earliest performances of the 1692 Arcadian opera Endimione, based on the classical Greek myth of Endymion and written in Italian verse by Francesco Lemene (1634-1704). It includes extensive additions to the text that probably appear here for the first time, making it an essential source for any study of the myth's history and development. It may also be the only edition to name the creators of stage sets for the opera, designed for the 1699 Turin production by Ferdinando Galli Bibiena (1657-1743), a well-known architect, designer and painter in service of the Duke of Parma, and executed by Pietro Gio[v]anni Abbati (1683-1745), who had been his apprentice and was active in Parma and Turin. Endymion as revived in the 1690s has been called "a paradigm of the earliest operatic endeavors of the Arcadian Academy" (Forment). The Accademia degli Arcadi was a utopian reaction against the Baroque, attempting to turn Italian culture back to its glorious Renaissance roots. Directly or indirectly it probably inspired many of the later renditions of the Endymion story, including Bach's 1713 Hunt Cantata and Keats's 1818 poem that begins, "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever".Owner's inscription. With a faint water stain at the foot in the first 2 quires, minor foxing, small defects in the paper of 1 leaf, and some small black spots on the title-page, but still in good condition. The wrappers are slightly rubbed with a couple bent corners and an occasional small tear or stain, but also in good condition.

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         Cantus omnis ecclesiasticus ad hebdomadae maioris Missas, passionem D.N.I.C., Officia Tenebrarum, Lamentationes, Benedictiones, Processiones, &c.

      - Mutinae, ex Typographia Haeredum Cassiani, 1688. In folio (cm. 33,1); mezza pelle dell?Ottocento: antiporta con croce e musica in xilografia; frontespizio in rosso e nero; pp. 12 nn., 265 + 11 nn. + un foglietto di ?errata? inserito tra p. 205 e la prima carta n.n. (prima errata). Testo incorniciato; molte raffinate vignette in xilografia (ultima cena, crocifissione, resurrezione.). A piena pagina diverse croci con all?interno della musica ed al lato due angeli. Bella copia. Marzio Erculei nacque ad Otricoli (Terni). Quasi certamente compì i suoi studi musicali a Roma nel collegio germanico-ungarico. Dopo una breve comparsa nella cappella del Duomo di Milano, nel 1651, già ordinato sacerdote entrò come ?musico ecclesiastico? al servizio della corte Estense di Modena, rimanendovi fino al 1674. In quegli anni si distinse come soprano in alcune opere date a Modena. Nel 1674, dopo aver invano tentato di ottenere un canonicato nel duomo di Modena, si ritirò dal servizio presso la corte ed entrò nella locale Congregazione religiosa della Beata Vergine e di S. Carlo, proseguendo l?insegnamento della musica e del canto e dando vita ad una sorta di scuola per giovani cantanti. Tra i suoi allievi: Antonio Maria Pacchioni, Rinaldo Bertoni e Francesco Montecchi. All?attività didattica del canto, in particolare di quello gregoriano, sono per lo più collegate le sue pubblicazioni: ?Cantus omnis ecclesiasticus? contenente oltre ai canti gregoriani della Settimana Santa, alcuni falsobordoni a tre o quattro voci, adespoti e forse attribuibili all?E. stesso. Nel 1694, trovandosi a Loreto, chiese al Duca di Modena Rinaldo d?Este di potervisi trattenere in qualità di cappellano ducale presso il santuario della Santa Casa, ?con l?obbligo d?applicare quotidianamente il Santo sacrificio per la salute e conservatione? della Casa Estense. Ottenuto l?incarico richiesto, l?E. rimase a Loreto non oltre il 1702, poiché il 15 gennaio di quell?anno risulta essere di nuovo a Modena nel Collegio di San Carlo, dove morì il 5 agosto 1706. D.B.I, vol. 43 p. 137. Axs

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         Ritratto di Roma Antica: Formato Nuovamente. Con le Auttorità di Bartolomeo Marliani, del P. Alessandro Donati, di Famiano Nardini, e d'altri celebri Antiquari, accennati nell'epistola al Lettore. Nel quale si descrivono gli Archi, Aquedotti, Basiliche, Circi, Colonne, Curie, Fori, Librerie, Naumachie, Obelische, Palazzi, Pitture, Ponti, Statue, Teatri, Anfiteatri, Tempii, Terme, Vie, & altri Edificii Romani

      viii, 462, xviii pp. description of ancient Rome, its monuments, aqueducts, basilicas, forums, amphitheaters, temples, palaces, bridges, obelisks, statues, etc., dedications, index, with 127 engraved text illustrations depicting buildings, facades, architectural details, and statuary, with an additional 65 engraved medallions, primarily portraits. Some scattered age-darkening and spotting to paper, some off-setting of ink and staining surrounding some of the medallion engravings. 8vo. Original 3/4 vellum with marbled boards, spine shaken, some worming to vellum spine, wear, rubbing and slight soiling. Rome (Michel'Angelo de Rossi/Salamandra) 1688. Rossetti 11036; Schudt 190; Borroni 8010/7; Fossati Bellani 697; NUC 505, 332; Olschki 18149; Sicari 247. The first edition of Totti's work was published in 1627, and was the first of this particular type of guide to the city. A comprehensive work providing a thorough picture of Rome in ancient times, including all of the archaeological information available at the time. Charming illustrations throughout including some reconstructions of antique buildings and sites. As of August 2017, WorldCat locates only one holding of this edition in a North American institution.

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         THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,

      - from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the revolution in 1688. New edition, with the Author's last Corrections and Improvements, To which is prefixed A short Account of his Life, written by himself. In eight volumes, together with another eight volumes by Tobias Smollett . TO THE TREATY OF AIX LA CHAPELLE, 1748 [three volumes] and CONTINUATION OF THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF ENGLAND [five volumes]. Together sixteen volumes, totalling over 8,000 pages, with 104 engraved portrait plates (all but one in the Smollett volumes), 9 maps (8 folding), notes, indices; matching early calf, spines numbered and ruled in gilt, with gilt lettered maroon leather title labels, boards with gilt edges, lightly marked and worn, the joints tender or starting, a few chips or splits to spine extremities, corners bruised; armorial bookplate on upper pastedowns (except Volume XV), several hinges starting, some light damp stains and occasional small splits or tears, a few wormholes, lacking lower free endpaper Volume VII, title page detached in final volume, several leaves creased, one tiny inked annotation, some pencilling to endpapers of Volumes IV & XVl, scattered light foxing and soiling; T. Cadell, London, 1759-65[Smollett]; 1782[Hume]. Mixed editions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         SERVATIUS GALLAEUS ROTERODAMENSIS BATAVUS. [Portrait of Servatius Gallaeus]

      [NL] Gallaeus was Waals predikant te Zierikzee en Haarlem en de auteur van het in 1688 verschenen boek over de sybillen. Zijn portret is in dit boek opgenomen in het voorwerk. Er bestaan twee staten van deze prent, genoemd bij Hollstein: I. met de woorden "Opt. de Dei Eccles. merito past. Gall. Harlemi" in de onderste tekstregel; II. deze woorden uitgewist, maar nog wel vaag zichtbaar. Landwehr (p.240) beschrijft de staten onjuist. Gesigneerd r.o.: "posuit R. de Hooge 1686". Published in 'Servatius Gallaeus, Dissertationes de Sybillis earumque oraculis, apud Henricum & viduam Theodori Boom', 1688 [EN] Gallaeus was a Walloon preacher in Zierikzee and Haarlem and the author of the book published in 1688 concerning the sybille. His portrait is in this book included in the preparatory work. Two states of this print are known, as in Hollstein, the I state reads: 'Opt. de Dei Eccles. merito past. Gall. Harlemi' in the lower part; II. these words have been removed but are somehow visible. Signed lower right: 'posuit R. de Hooge 1686'. Published in 'Servatius Gallaeus, Dissertationes de Sybillis earumque oraculis, apud Henricum & viduam Theodori Boom', 1688 Etching on paper, trimmed within platemark; total: 262 x 180 mm. State II/2. Landwehr 72; H 379, 2 staten; Muller portr. 1783; L p.240 RdH177

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         GREGORIUS ICONOLATRA

      Whole size picture of Pope Gregory I (Gregorio Magno) (c. 540-604) from the book: 'Historie der kerken en ketteren van den beginne des Nieuwen Testaments tot aan het jaar onses Heeren 1688', published in Amsterdam by Sebastiaan Petzold in 1701, volume 1, p. 233. Etching and engraving, total: 270 x 161 mm; a second copy with margins: platemark: 263 x 155 mm, total: 314 x 199 PB01RF

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         THEODOR SUTOR.

      Whole size picture of Theodorus Sutor. From the book: 'Historie der kerken en ketteren van den beginne des Nieuwen Testaments tot aan het jaar onses Heeren 1688', published in Amsterdam by Sebastiaan Petzold in 1701, volume 2, p. 529. Inscribed on the bottom: 'THEODOR SUTOR.' Etching and engraving with margins; platemark: 266 x 157 mm, total: 326 x 202 mm. PB01RF, RdH154

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         Los seis primeros libros, onze, y doze de los elementos de Euclides Magarense

      Lamberto Marchant, Brusselas 1688 - Encuadernado en papel de aguas, 340p+ 12 estampas plegables intercaladas. Papel ajado y páginas moteadas en general con escaso impacto. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         DESCRIPTION DE LA LOUISIANE NOUVELLEMENT DÉCOUVERTE AU SUD OUEST DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, PAR ORDRE DU ROY. AVEC LA CARTE DU PAYS: LES MŒURS & LA MANIÈRE DE VIVRE DES SAUVAGES.

      Amable Auroy 1688 - HENNEPIN, LOUIS. DESCRIPTION DE LA LOUISIANE NOUVELLEMENT DÉCOUVERTE AU SUD OUEST DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, PAR ORDRE DU ROY. AVEC LA CARTE DU PAYS: LES MŒURS & LA MANIÈRE DE VIVRE DES SAUVAGES. Paris, Amable Auroy, 1688. 2 parties en 1 vol. in-12° (16x9.5cm) : [12]-312, 107 pp. (avec la carte d'une autre édition), pet. mouill. marg., taches, pet. rouss. Reliure du 19e s. : plein papier raciné, dos lisse avec étiq. manuscrite, tr. jaspées (us. aux mors et dos, mors sup. en partie fendu). Seconde édition (éd. orig. : 1683) de cette première description imprimée de la Louisiane et des chutes du Niagara. Le prêtre franciscain Hennepin (Ath 1626-1705 Rome) fut membre de l'expédition de Cavalier de La Salle, chargé par Louis XIV de coloniser de nouvelles terres, mais après quelque temps leur chemin se sépara. Le missionnaire belge descendit la rivière Illinois jusqu'au Mississippi et remonta ensuite le Mississippi jusqu'à l'actuelle Minneapolis, La Salle resta à Niagara. Hennepin et ses compagnons de voyage furent faits prisonniers pendant quelques mois par les Sioux, l'ouvrage contient d'ailleurs une description des moeurs des Indiens. Second edition of the earliest printed description of Louisiana and Niagara falls by the missionary from Belgium Hennepin who accompanied the expedition of Cavalier de la Salle. 19th century paper (small marginal dampstains, foxing, small wears). With the map, not same edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MARTINUS LUTHERUS

      Whole size picture of Martin Luther with an opened Bible in his hands. From the book: 'Historie der kerken en ketteren van den beginne des Nieuwen Testaments tot aan het jaar onses Heeren 1688', published in Amsterdam by Sebastiaan Petzold in 1701, volume 2, p. 73. Inscribed on the bottom: 'MARTINUS LUTHERUS .' Etching and engraving with margins; platemark: 266 x 155 mm, total: 327 x 203 mm. RdH154

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