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        Luna Turcica Eller Turkeske Måne

      Anwijsande lika som uti en Spegel Det Mahometiske wansklige Regementet, fördelter uti Fyra Qwarter eller Böcker. 1. Boken om Turckarnes Härkomst, Förföraren Mahometh, dess falska Religion och Endalycht samt dess effterfölliande Regenter av Saracener, Tattare och Turckar. 2. Boken om Turckarnes Regenter och Bedriffter ifrån Sultan Ottoman til den Turckiske Kejsaren Mahometh IV. 3. Boken om Mahometh IV och hwad passeradt är til Åhr 1688. 4. Boken om Turckarnes allmesia Lefwerne, Rättegångs Processer, Handel och Wandel, Scholer, Kyrckiorne, oc sidst om de Fångne Christnas Tilstånd och Träldom: af åtskillige Trowärdige HistorieSkrifware, uppå wårdt Swenske Tungomål sammanfattade och med Kongl. May:ts Allernådigste Privilegio utgången. Jönkiöping, Tryckt aff Petter Hultman, Åhr 1694. 8:o. (16),352,352-424,424-515,(3) s. + 12 helsidesträsnitt i texten. Senare (C:a 1950) marmorerat pappersband, rygg med svart titeletikett. Liten ytskada på titelblad med förlust av del av bokstav samt några små bläckstänk. Sidan 14-25 med brunfläckar. Sidan 141-144 med brandskada i övre marginalen med förlust av några bokstäver sidan 142. Sidan 335/336 med pappersförlust nedre yttre hörn, rör precis vid sista kustoden, papper ersatt. Sidan 341/342 med litet brännhål med förlust av ett par bokstäver. Enstaka fläckar förekommer. Några äldre bläckanteckningar. Ett äldre försättsblad med namnteckningar uppfodrat och medbundet. 16,5 x 9,5 cm

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        Esperienze Intorno alla Generazione degli Insetti.

      Firenze: Piero Matini 1688. With engraved portrait of the author, titlevignette, 2 textual engravings, 10 fullpage engravings + 29 numbered engravings of which 3 are folded, showing large images of insects as seen in a microscope. (6) + 177 pp. Contemporary full vellum with gilt title label on spine. 2 leaves with minor tear, some minor dampstain in lower margin throughout; portrait with dampstain in corner, only slightly affecting plate, 1 plate with minor tear, minor spot in margin.. 5th edition, first published in 1667. Francesco Redi (1626-1697) was an Italian physician and poet. Titlepage printed in red and black. Nissen, ZBI 3319

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        [Papin] Mathematum in academia Marpurgensi hoc tempore Professoris, Meletemata ad geminam Appendicem de Perpetuo Mobili Actis Eruditorum Lipsiensibus A. 1687. (+) Excerpta ex Viri Clarissimi, Dionysii Papini, Mathematum in Academia Marpurgensi Professoris Publici, litteris ad... de Novo Pulveris Pyrii usu. (+) Additamentum ad disqusionem Dn. Papini de novo pyrii pulvaris usu, mense proxiom septembri in Actis. (+) [Kirch] Pomum imperiale, et sceptrum Brandenburgicum. (+) Admonitio Ad Astronomos, de reditu stellae Bayeirianae in collo Cygni.

      Leipzig, Grosse & Gleditsch, 1688. 4to. Contemp. full vellum. Faint handwritten title on spine. A small stamp to title page and pasted library label to pasted down front free end-paper. In: "Actorum Eruditorum Anno DCLXXXVIII". (8), 672, 8 pp. A clean copy. The entire volume offered. [Papin's papers:] Pp. 335-339. Pp. 497-501 + 1 plate. Pp. 643-646 + 1 plate. [Kirch' papers:] Pp. 452-53 + 1 plate. Pp. 670-71.. First edition of three Denis Papin-papers in which he describes a pneumatic device to transport power and two papers of astronomer Kirch in which the Sceptrum Brandenburgicum is first described. "In the Acta Eruditorum of 1688 he exhibited a practicable plan, in which he exhausted the air from a set of engines or pumps by means of pumps situated at a long distance from the point of application of the power, and at the place where the prime mover - which was in this case a water-wheel - was erected." (Thurston, Robert Henry. A History Of The Growth Of The Steam-Engine, 2008, p. 49).In 1681 Papin published his invention of the "safety-valve", and in 1687 he outlined another invention, the transmission of power from one point to another, by means of an air-pump. "At this time Papin's interest in air pumps and steam pressure merged to provide an innovative solution to the widespread need for raising water. He considered first a piston ballistic pump using gunpowder, the idea for which he had earlier discussed with Huygens but claimed as his own (in a letter of 6 March 1704 to Leibniz). Papin met the problem of a 20 percent residue of elastic air remaining in the chamber after combustion by substituting steam for gunpowder. In 1690 he published an account of a single cylinder engine in which water was both boiled and condensed in a tube beneath a piston. ______________________________________First edition of Gottfried Kirch's paper in which the Sceptrum Brandenburgicum (Scepter of Brandenburg), a star-constellation, is described for the first time. "Sceptrum Brandenburgicum, the Brandenburg Sceptre, was charted in 1688 by Gottfried Kirch, the first astronomer of the Preussian Royal Society of Sciences, and, more than a century thereafter, was published by bode, who thus rescued it for a time from oblivion [...]. (Allen, Richard Hinckley. Star names: their lore and meaning, 1963, p. 360). Kirch is also known to have discovered several comets.The following papers of interest is also contained in the present volume:Jakob Bernoulli:1. Nova ratio metiendi altitudines Nubium. Pp. 98-103.2. Animadversio in geometriam Cartesianam, et Constructio quarundam Problematum Hypersolidorum. Pp.323-330.3. Appendix tertia ad examen Perpetui Mobilis, qua ad Meletemata Dionysii Papini mense Junio hujus anni publicata respondetur. Pp. 591-596

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        A NEW HISTORY Of CHINA,ÊContaining a Description of the Most Considerable Particulars of That Vast Empire. Written by Gabriel Magaillans of the Society of Jesus, Missionary Apostolick. Done Out of French

      Printed for Thomas Newborough at the Golden Ball in S. PaulOs Church Yard London:: Printed for Thomas Newborough, at the Golden Ball, in S. PaulÕs Church-Yard,. 1688.. 8vo: A^8 a^4 B- K^8 L^2 N - Y^8. L2 missigned K2. 7-1/8" x 4-5/8". 1st Edition in English (T.C. II, 230; Wing M-247). Variant without comma after 'Magaillans' on t.p. [24], 148, 193 - 352 [= 332] pp.. Modern full brown calf binding, executed in a period style with maroon-leather, gilt-stamped title label to spine & boards decorated in blind. Renewed eps.. Binding - Fine. Text block - VG (small worm track in upper portion. of gutter margin, occasionally affecting text, though not the overall. sense thereof).. While not a particularly rare book, as ABPC does show the title coming up to auction a couple times per decade, the last 2 occasions (2006 & 2007) did fetch over $5k in each instance. . Folding plate of 'Pekim' after R4 (with old paper reinforcement along some portions of the divers fold lines). Pictorial glossary p. 83. Woodcut of a canal, p. 117.

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        Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme Comedie-Ballet

      Paris, 1688. Early Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo. (3 x 5'). Sixth printing of this classic. (iv), 3-108pp. Later binding of stiff boards covered in marbled paper. Full page engraved frontispiece followed by the title, list of actors and the text. A reimpression of the Elzevir first edition of 1671. A very good copy. Rare in any 17th century edition. Guibert, Bibliographie des OEuvres de Moliere, p. 315.

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        Lexicon medicum

      Norimbergae (Nuremberg): Johannis Danielis Tauberis, 1688. relié. In 4 (15x19cm). La première édition de cet ouvrage édité et commenté par Jacob Bruno date de 1682, elle fut originellement édité par l'auteur lui-même en 1598. Cette édition est illustrée d'un portrait en médaillon daté de 1687 et d'un titre frontispice par J.A. Bener représentant un homme écrivant dans sa bibliothèque sur un pupitre. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Coiffe de tête légèrement élimée, et queue fragile. Frottements. Le dictionnaire médical de Castelli eut un grand succès dès sa parution, et de nombreuses éditions virent le jour au XVIIIe et tendèrent à fixer définitivement la plupart des termes médicaux. Ce dictionnaire couvrent toutes les branches de la médecine, et également la physique et la chimie ; ce dictionnaire est suivi d'un vocabulaire médical de bruno polyglotte. Castelli fut professeur de médecine (et également de philosophie et de théologie à à Messine. - Johannis Danielis Tauberis, Norimbergae (Nuremberg) _1688, In 4 (15x19cm), 939pp., relié. - relié

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        Paradise Lost. A Poem In Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Fourth Edition, Adorn’d with Sculptures. [Large Copy]

      Printed by Miles Flesher, for Richard Bently, at the Post-Office in Russell-street London: Printed by Miles Flesher, for Richard Bently, at the Post-Office in Russell-street& , M DC LXXXVIII [1688]. Half-Calf. Near Fine. First Folio Edition (and First Illustrated Edition) of one of the greatest English printed books and Milton’s magnum opus. [4],219,[1],219-250,151-196,297-343(Yy2 misbound within list of subscribers),[8]pp, with 12 full-page copper-engraved plates (one opening each book) and frontispiece portrait of Milton, by R. White after William Faithorne. A rare large copy, measuring 365 by 225 mm (rather than 315 by 200 mm, the dimensions of the ordinary-paper copies, often described as a large-paper copy, but, as Jackson, Pforzheimer and others have pointed out, there is only issue issue, with the watermark (a bunch-of-grapes) always the same, so "this is evidently a cataloguer's fiction."). Contemporary speckled calf, spine in six compartments, expertly rebacked with original red morocco lettering piece laid-down; edges speckled red; plain period end papers. Complete in all respects, with clean pages, clear print and ample margins throughout. The plates are all excellent impressions and the book-block is strong, with both boards firmly attached—overall, an exceptional copy. Provenance: John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (whose name appears among the subscribers) and Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby De Broke, whose armorial bookplate appear on front paste down; and Louis Auchincloss, the New York novelist, with his book plate. Wing (2nd ed.), M2146; Shawcross, J. Milton, 345; Coleridge, K. A., Catalogue of the Milton collection in the Turnbull Library, 93c; Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M2154; Pforzheimer, 720; ESTC Citation No. R180604. & & One of the most storied productions in all of English book publishing (and one of the first to have been financed through subscription). Following publication of the third edition of Paradise Lost, in 1678, Milton’s widow sold rights to the poem to a printer named Simmons. Simmons in turn sold his rights to Brabazon Aylmer, who sold half shares to Tonson and Bently, who apparently shared the copyright and together produced the great 1688 folio. (Tonson seems to have considered this his crowning effort, "for in his portrait, painted by Kneller, he holds the book conspicuously in his hand.” [Wither to Prior]) This First Folio is one of the "earliest serious effort to illustrate an important work of English poetry" (Five Centuries of Book Illustration), "distinguished by excellent paper, large, clear type and ample margins” (Jacob Tonson, Kit-Kat Publisher). The designs, commissioned by Tonson, are based not on the text but on Milton's argument for each book. Of particular note is the plate to Book I, with it's stunning chiaroscuro, Satin starkly lit by flames as he leans on his spear for support over Hell’s burning lake, the host of rebel angels prostrate before him,"one of the most forceful of English 17th century illustrations.” (Harthan, The Illustrated Book). The illustrator, John Baptist Medina (1659-1710), was a major Spanish figure of late 17th century art, deeply influenced by Rubens. All but two of the 13 plates were engraved by Michael Burghers (one of the 500 subscriber to this edition).&

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        Sammelband mit 4 antijesuitischen und reformtheologischen Schriften aus dem 17. Jahrhundert. Pgt. d. Zt. mit hs. RTitel.

      1. Abraham á S. Clara. Gack, Gack, Gack ... Beschreibung der berühmten Wallfahrt Maria-Stern in Taxa... (4. Aufl). München, Straub, 1688. Tit., 4 Bll., 212 S.- Dünnhaupt 21.4.- 2. Vargas, A. de von Toledo (d.i. C. Schoppe). Erzehlung der Räncke, Betrügereyen und Politischen Griffe der Jesuiten ... Gedruckt im Voigtland. (Leipzig, Rußworm), 1675. Tit., 6 Bll., 352 S. Mit 1 gestoch. Frontisp.- Hayn/Got. III, 422.- Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe, verfaßt von dem 'Machiavelli der Barockzeit und Spiritus rector der Katholischen Liga. Gegen den zunehmend unter jesuitischen Einfluß geratenden Kaiser nahm er im päpstlichen Auftrag Stellung...' (Dünnhaupt 58.11).- 3. Curiöse Fürstellung des Heutgen Papstthums. Nach seinem Heiligsten Ober-Haupte, ansehnlichen Gliedern und vornehmsten Lehr-Puncten... Danebenst einer unterthänigsten Bittschrift ... wegen Abschaffung einiger Mißbräuche in der Römischen Kirche... . O.O., 1693.- Seltene reformtheologische Schrift, nicht bei Holzmann/Boh.- 4. (Gesner, H.J.). Clerus pacificus Oder Kunst-Griff der heutigen Römischen, Französischen Clerisen... O.O., 1684.- Holzmann/Boh. VI, 3420.- Exlibris 'Dr. M. Grolig in Wien' auf Spiegel, alter hs. (Kauf-)Vermerk auf Vorsatz, dat. (19)02.- Wenige hs. Marginalien, vereinzelt etwas gebräunt.

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        De Arboribus Controversis Resolutionum Liber Singularis

      1688. Ruginelli, Giulio Cesare [d.1628]. De Arboribus Controversis Resolutionum Liber Singularis. Ex Quibus Omnes Sere de Hac re Disceptationes Facile Dirimi Possunt. Cum Additione Indice, Summariis, Aliisq Opportnis Auctus. Milan: Sumptibus Ioseph de Rossetis, 1688. [viii], 230, [1] pp. Quarto (5-1/2" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary calf, gilt spine with raised bands, early hand-lettered title to foot of text block. Rubbing with some wear to extremities and spine, minor spotting and a few small scuffs, boards slightly bowed, partial crack between front free endpaper and title page. Title page with small woodcut device printed in red and black, attractive woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Occasional faint dampstaining to foot of text block, worming to top edge of about a dozen leaves with no loss to text. Two small early owner signatures to title page, minor smudges and spark burns to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. An attractive copy. * Later edition, enlarged. With index. This is a treatise on forestry law and legislation in Roman law that discusses trees, roots, branches, flowers and fruit. An authoritative work, it went through several editions, the final appearing in 1824. KVK locates 2 copies. This edition not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        De demonstratione evangelica libri decem (graece & latine). Editio nova

      Köln, Weidmann 1688.. Mit gest. Druckermarke (Erd- und Himmelsglobus) auf dem Titel von J. C. Böcklin. 4 Bll., 548, 195, 24 S., 6 Bll. Lederband d. Zt. mit etwas Blindprägung. Folio. 37,5 x 25 cm.

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        Relation de l'Inquisition de Goa

      Paris: Daniel Horthemels, 1688. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo. (14),251,(13)pp. First French edition, preceded by an edition in Leyden the previous year and followed in Paris by an expanded edition the same year. Engraved vignette on the title page, and a woodcut of an examination in progress on page 1; six engraved plates, of which three are folding. Early full polished calf; spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt and blind tooled, leather lettering piece, gilt. Trace of wear else a very good copy. The author was a French physician imprisoned in Goa by the Inquisition. He was sentenced to a galley ship, later returning to France where he published the account of his ordeal. A scarce glimpse into the workings of the Inquisition, and of Goan history and culture. In French. This title placed on the Index of Prohibited Books in 1690. Cox, 1699 (note). Caillet 2954.

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        A Mapp of Ye Improved Part of Pensilvania in America Divided into Countyes Townshipps and Lotts

      [London]: "Surveyed by Tho: Holme Sold by P. Lea at ye Atlas and Hercules in Cheapside", [ca.1688]. Copper engraving, hand-coloured in outline. Inset plan of The City of Philadelphia two miles in Length and one in Breadth at upper center. Tables of References to the Settlements of the Inhabitants of Chester and Bucks counties at upper left and right. Dedication to "William Penn Esq. Proprietor and Governor of Pennsylvania by J. Harris" at upper right. 112 numbered and lettered references in Chester County, 29 numbered references in Bucks County, 36 numbered and lettered references in Philadelphia County, and hundreds of land holders identified on the map itself. Sheet size: 20½ x 24 inches. Very rare: the first issue of Holme's map of Pennsylvania -- the first map of Pennsylvania. This copy a superb example with contemporary outline colour and wide margins. Thomas Holme was appointed Surveyor General of Pennsylvania by William Penn in April 1682, the year after the colony was chartered. It was his responsibility to supervise the surveying of all tracts of land that had been sold. In May 1687, at Penn's request, he forwarded a manuscript map in London that gave a detailed portrait of the extent of settlement at that date. "This was published first as a very large and later as a smaller engraving. In both, the grid plan of the city was carefully inserted in recognition of the fact that Philadelphia was the focal point and that the city plan had strong sales value in all promotion of the province generally" (Snyder). The manuscript survey was published as a six-sheet wall map in late 1687, of which only a handful of copies have survived. The present version, finely engraved by John Harris, was published by Philip Lea shortly thereafter. Although reduced in size from the wall map, the engraver maintained the extraordinary detail. Virtually every first purchaser is identified, either on the map itself or via the numbered and lettered references. The present copy is the rare first state of the map, issued by P. Lea sometime between 1687 and 1699 (though likely circa 1688 as the map was an integral part of William Penn's promotion of his tract). On the later states, Lea's imprint has been erased from the plate and another imprint added at the lower left on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River. The map is the most detailed and complete for any English American colony of the seventeenth century. Penn intended the map for promotional purposes, and it shows the boundaries and names the owner of every settled tract in the colony. The plan of Philadelphia at upper center is taken from Holme's original survey map of 1682, from which the city was laid out. Holme's was the first map of Philadelphia, and in its printed form, the first obtainable for any English American city. "Without question the finest printed cartographic document relating to North America to be published to date" (Burden). Degrees of Latitude, 71; Burden, The Mapping of North America II: 669; Corcoran, Thomas Holme, 1624-1695 (Philadelphia: 1992); Hough, "Captain Thomas Holme" in PMHB vol. 19; Klinefelter, "Surveyor General Thomas Holme's 'Map of the Improved Part of the Province of Pennsilvania'" in Winterthur Portfolio, vol. 6; Phillips, A List of Maps of America, p. 670; Snyder, COI 7A; Schwartz & Ehrenberg, Mapping of America p.121 (first issue); Stevens & Tree, "Comparative Cartography" 68b, in Tooley, The Mapping of America; Streeter Sale 945 (first issue); Deak 72

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        Eusebii Pamphili Caesareae Palaestinae Episcopi De demonstratione evangelica libri decem. (WITH) Eusebii Pamphili Caesareae Palaestinae Episcopi Praeparatio evangelica. FRANCISCUS VIGERUS ROTHOMAGENSIS, SOCIET. JESV PRESBITERS ex MMSS. CODD...(2 VOLUMES)

      Cologne: Mauritii Georgii Weidmanni., 1688 Includes his LIBER CONTRA HIEROCLEM and ADVERSUS MARCELLUM ANCYRAE EIPSCOPUM. Two volumes. Folio. [viii], [1]-24p, [xii], [1]-548p, 196p, 82p (notes); [xvi], 856p, [xxiv]. Parallel texts in Greek and Latin. Bound in full period vellum with hand-lettered spine titles, 2nd volume with repair to cracked vellum on spine and joint. Moderate foxing to title page, else clean, minor soil to cover with bumped corners. Joint on 1st volume is cracked but still holding. Eusebius, Greek ecclesiastical historian, is known as the father of church history. "The apologetic writings of Eusebius are the Praeparatio Evangelica... and the Demonstratio Evangelica... They are both, but especially the former, a rich storehouse of information on antiquity, particularly on the philosophy and religion of the Greeks." (Seyffert. Dictionnary of Classical Antiquities. p. 231). "The Praeparatio evangelica ('preparation for the gospel'), in which he shows that the Greek tradition is inferior to the Hebrew and the best of Greek philosophy merely coincided with or was derived from biblical teaching, is incidentally valuable in that it includes many quotations from classical authors now lost." (Oxford Companion to Classical Literature. 1995. p. 227). SCARCE!!! Photos available upon request. Heavy volume.

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        Preparatio Evangelica. Editio Nova juxta Parisinam Anni MDCXXVII adornata.... accesserunt indices necessarii

      Coloniae., Sumptibus Mauritii Georgii Weidmanni., 1688. 35 x 23 cms, (xii), 856 p., plus index : ( 24 ) p., plus Notae : 82 p. Flyleaves. Contemp. vellum, a bit loose at lower edge of the front cover. Bottom of spine with some wear. Vellum with some spots. Endpapers with dog's ears. Fol. a-i, with the french title, missing. Fol. a-ii , with title in greek and latin plus emblematic engraving on that page.Text in two columns : left the text in greek, right the text in latin. KEYWORDS: religion KEYWORDS: Biblia

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        De demonstratione evangelica libri decem (graece & latine). Editio nova

      Köln, Weidmann 1688.. Mit gest. Druckermarke (Erd- und Himmelsglobus) auf dem Titel von J. C. Böcklin. 4 Bll., 548, 195, 24 S., 6 Bll. Lederband d. Zt. mit etwas Blindprägung. Folio. 37,5 x 25 cm.

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      Cologne: M.G. Weidmann, 1688.. 2 vols. Folio. Bound in full vellum with decorative blind-stamps, raised ribs and gilt lettered spine labels (boards lightly bowed and marked - otherwise a bright VG set). Pp. 856 + 82 [&] 548 + 195 (pages heavily spotted and marked; previous owner's engraved armorial bookplates on front paste-downs), parallel Greek and Latin text with decorated titles and vignettes. .

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        Vollständige Deutsche Poesie, in drey Theilen, Deren der I. Eine Vorbereitung ... II. Eine fernere Anleitung zu den insgemein üblichen Gedichten: ... III. Eine richtige Einleitung zu den vor andern so beniemten poetischen Gedichten. Dabey nicht nur von der Poetischen Erfindung insgemein ... gründlich geredet wird. Insonderheit aber Ist der mitlere Theil mit so viel Exempeln erläutert, daß diß Werck der Jugend an statt eines andern feinen Poeten mit dienen kan

      Leipzig, Lanckisch 1688. 17 cm. 3 Teile. in 1 Band; (48 Seiten einschl. Frontispiz), (78) S.; (16), 604; (16), 413 (irrig 415), (1) Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz-Porträt von J. C. Böcklin nach P. Haller. Pergament-Band der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel - Faber du Faur 1724 - Goed. III, 24, 36 - Neumeister / Heiduk 458 - VD17 3:609229B - Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser barocken Anthologie. Viele erklärende Beispiele sind seinen eigenen Gedichten entnommen. "Neumeister valued Rotth's book highly and regarded it as the best next to Weise's "Curieüse Gedancken". So many examples are quoted that the work is almost an anthology" (Faber du Faur). Jeder Teil mit eigenem Zwischentitel: 1: Vorbereitung Zur Deutschen Poesie, In welcher, Was bey unterschiedlichen berühmten Leuthen weitläufftig enthalten ist, kürtzlich zusammen gezogen dargestellet wird ...; 2: Kunstmäßige und deutliche Anleitung zu Allerhand Materien, welche sowohl sonst in der Rede-Kunst, als insonderheit in der Poesie nützlich zu gebrauchen seyn wird ...; 3: Kürtzliche, Doch deutliche und richtige Einleitung zu den Eigentlich so benahmten Poetischen Gedichten, i.e. Zu den Feld- und Hirten-Gedichten, zu den Satyren, zu den Comödien und Tragödien, wie auch zu den Helden- und Liebes-Gedichten, Dabey Theils deren Ursprung, theils ihr Wachsthum und Beschaffenheit ... vorgestellet wird. Sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar, Teil 3 Seiten 301 und 303 in der Paginierung übersprungen; Frontispiz verso Besitzvermerk "P. S. Aichelmeyer Anno 1695"; auf dem Vorsatz Besitzeintrag "Otto von Leixner 1879" (1847 - 1907, Literaturhistoriker) -

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        Reports d'Ascuns Cases (Qui ont evenus aux temps du Roy Henry le Septieme . . . [and] Roy Henry le huitiesme) . . . Ovesque les Reports d'ascuns Cases prises per le Reverend Juge Guilleaume Dallison . . . & per Guilleaume Bendloe [etc.]. Wing K134

      The only Law French edition of "[t]he best-known of the early private" law reports, marking the transition from the Year Books in the late 15th and early 16th centuries and, in this instance, forming the basis in part for John Baker's modern edition. Modern 1/2 calf, definite browning, but a sound copy. Printed for Charles Harper, William Crooke [etc.], London, 1688.

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        Asia; oder, Genaue und gr¸ndliche Beschreibung des gantzen Syrien und Palestins, oder Gelobten Landes Worinnen die Landschaften Ph?nicien, Celesyrien, Commagene, Pierien, Cyrestica, Seleucis, Cassiotis, Chalibonitis, Chalcis, Abilene, Apamene, Laodicis, Palmyrene, etc. Neben den L?ndern Perea oder Ober-Jordan, Galil?a des absonderliche Palestina, Jud?a und Idumena

      Johann Hofmann Nurenberg Johann Hofmann 1688poor 4to. [1] 200 [4] + 400 [8] pp. Bound in leather with gold lettering on spine. Raised bands on spine. Illustrated with 38 (complete in 39) copper - engraved plates and maps. Double-paged 21, (of which 2 were are hand-colored.) Frontispiece and 8 full page plates, (of which one has extra folds.) Seven double-page copper - engraved maps, (3 of which have extra folds) In addition there are 34 in page text engravings, (4 of which are crudely hand-colored.) This is a copy of the German translation by Jacob von Meursen, who engraved the copperplates, which were compiled and modified from earlier printed works. Text in double column. The many illustrations are truly gorgeous, depicting: landscapes, architecture, desert scenes, religious and historical events and much more, making this a famous and well known work. Olfert Dapper (1635 - 1689) was a Dutch physician, writer and expert on Africa. He was born in Amsterdam around 1635. In May 1658, he enrolled at Utrecht University and two years later was signing himself ìdoctor medicinÊ,î although there is no evidence that he ever received any medical training. In 1663, he published a historical description of Amsterdam. In 1665 he published a Dutch translation of the works of Herodotus. With the increased interest in exploration and foreign cultures, a flourishing trade in travel books developed in Holland in the mid 17th Century. Following this trend, Dapper was just over thirty when he embarked on the geographic and ethnographic research that was to occupy him for the rest of his life. He threw himself into a vast undertaking, tackling first Africa (1668), then China (1670), Persia (1672) and the Middle East (1680). His books became well known in his own time, with translations rapidly appearing in English, French and German. In 1983 a museum devoted to him was opened in Paris, MusÈe Dapper. Dapper never went to the exotic destinations about which he wrote. Largely due to his utilization of the accounts of Jesuit missionaries and explorers, Dapper steered clear from making value judgments about the societies he described. He avoided ethnocentric connotations and became the first person to adopt an interdisciplinary approach, weaving together the separate threads of geography, economics, politics, medicine, social life and customs. Unlike some of his contemporaries, Dapper produced a genuine work for posterity, not just a compendium of exotic curiosities. Head and foot of spine missing, cracking to spine, front and rear boards detached but present. 1 full page plate missing. Browning, foxing and water staining throughout, but text and illustrations are mostly unaffected. Marginal pencil marks atop a number of the plates, not effecting illustrations. Some repairs with white binders tape on the verso of the double page fold out map of Terra Sancta, (The Holy Land) and to some of the double-page fold out plates. Exterior in poor, interior in overall fair condition.

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        Sechs und Zwanzig Bücher Der Schwedisch- und Deutschen Kriegs-Geschichte Von König Gustav Adolfs Feldzuge in Deutschland and, Bis zur Abdanckund Der Königin Christina... Aus dem Lateinischen in die hochdeutsche Sprache übersetzet.

      Johann Friedrich Gleditsch, Frankfurt am Main & Leipzig 1688. Folio. (12)+646+758+(2)+(38) pages. Engraved title (with portrait of queen Christina) + engraved portrait of Pufendorf. Contemporary full calf with richly gilt spine. Binding somewhat worn, but fully intact. One corner and upper spine end bumped and defective. Royal monogram in gold (CM under a British? crown) and as an ink stamp on title page. The book block is firm and clean. Bookplate (J. Christian Bay) on pastedown.. Warmholz 4384. The original version in Latin came in Utrecht 1686. Pufendorf, who became official Swedish historiograph, describes the succesful Swedish intervention in the Thirty Years War, lead by the energetic and talented warlord Gustavus Adolphus. The account ends in 1654, the year of queen Christina´s abdication. The work is "ouverture" to Pufendorf´s famous account on the wars of Christina´s successor on the Swedish throne, Carl X Gustav, during his short but turbulent reign (1654-60), that came in Latin, French and German in 1696

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        The Institutions of the Law of Scotland. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged by the Author. Wing M159

      The first revision, and the last undertaken by Mackenzie, of one of his most influential works--patterned after Justinian--and the first attempt (highly successful) to set forth the law of Scotland in lucid, comprehensible terms. Modern blind-panelled calf, green morocco labels, gilt, light browning, the margins cut a bit close, else a very good copy. Printed by John Reid, for Thomas Brown [etc.], Edinburgh, 1688.

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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. London: Randal Taylor, 1688. Title, (13), blank, (4), xviii, (32), 511 pp. Halfleather (18th century). Spine with five raised bands. Titel gilt. A few old underlinings. Title and first eight leaves with brownstained margin. Titelleaf repaired (mounted), name cut out from lower margin. Old name on title leaf. Old name on front free endpaper and on front pastedown. Old name on front edge. Spine and corners worn. Spine label with small loss. 18,3 x 11,5 cm.. Second edition of this translation, first published in 1649

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        Glossarium ad scriptores mediæ & infimæ græcitatis, in quo græca vocabula novatæ significationis, aut usus rarioris, barbara, exotica, ecclesiastica, liturgia, tactica, nomica, jatrica, botanica, chymica explicantur, eorum notiones & originationes reteguntur: Compluret ævi medii ritus, & mores; dignitates ecclesiasticæ, monasticæ, palatinæ, politicæ, & quamplurima alia observatione digna, & ad historiam byzantinam præsertim spectantia, recensetur ac enucleantur.

      E libris editis, ineditis, veteribusque monumentis. Accedit appendix ad glossarium mediæ & infimæ Latinitatis, unà cùm brevi etymologico lingua Gallicæ ex utroque glossario. 1-2. Paris, apud Anissonius, Joan. Posuel, & Claud. Rigaud, 1688. Folio. Engr. extra title,+ (4),+ XL,+ (4) pp,+ 1-392, 395-1278 cols.; (2) pp.+ 1279-1793,+ 1-214 cols.,+ (1 blank),+ 2 pp.+ 3-101 cols.,+ (4) pp.,+ 1-316 cols. One full page engraving in volume one. Old paper-repair on titles after cut-out owner's stamps. Somewhat worn contemporary full calf, spines gilt with raised bands and red labels. Two volumes. Book plate of Dr. J. Klüber and ex-library stamps on front fly-leaves. Brunet II, 851 "Livre trés recherché". Graesse II, 439. First edition. Rare. A reprint was published in 1958. Du Cange (1616-88) was one of the founders of modern historical criticism. His most important works are: this, "Glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infimae Graecitatis", and the "Glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infamae Latinitatis", which are indispensable aids to the student of history and literature of the middle ages

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        Opera omnia anatomica et medica. Partim jam antea excusa, sed plurimis locis ab ipso auctore, emendata & aucta, partim nondum edita. Nunc simul collecta, & diligenter recognita per Timannum de Diemerbroeck.

      4 n.n. Bl., 746 S., 5 n.n. Bl.; 494 S., 76 S., 3 n.n. Bl. Mit allegorischem, gestochenem Vortitel und 20 (4 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit. 2 Bände in 1 Band. Waller 2452. - Wellcome II, 467. - Hirsch II, 182. - Krivatsy 3201 (unvollständig). - Nachdruckausgabe nach der ersten in Utrecht 1685 erschienenen Gesamtausgabe, herausgegeben von Diemerbroecks Sohn. Erschien im gleichen Jahr wie die Ausgabe Genf bei de Tournes. Enthält seine Schriften über die Pest und seine anatomischen Arbeiten, mit denen Diemenbroeck grossen Erfolg hatte. - Mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "Collegij Societatis Jesu Heidelbergo". - Papier leicht gebräunt. Die Tafeln meist mit Quetschfalten. Einband stark beschabt. Kapitale mit Fehlstellen.

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        Missale Cisterciense, juxta novissimam romani recogniti correctionem, authoritate reverendissimi domini D. Abbatis Cisterciensis generalis editum

      ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti Antwerp: ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti. 1688. Folio, pp. [60], 488, xcix, [1]; bound with: Supplementum missarum pro monasterio Salem, [Salem?: ca. 1700], 8pp. bound with: four single sheet special masses. Printed in red and black throughout, engraved vignette title-p., 3 full-p. copperplate engravings are found before the proper op the season, the ordinary of the mass, and the feast of the Assumption; bound in at the back is an 8-p. supplement for the Cistercian Monastery at Salem in southern Germany; bound in contemporary full black morocco, gilt- tooled paneling on both covers, gilt fillets on spines, leather thongs with brass clasps (one clasp missing); gold and red Dutch floral pastedowns, a.e.g., top and bottom edges gauffered around headbands; some finger soiling throughout, occasional mild dampstaining, but in all a very good, impressive copy. A Catholic altar missal according to the Cistercian use, and employing the black notes and red staves of the Georgian musical notation. This copy was acquired by the Cistercian monastery in Salem in southern Germany (Baden) following the fire in 1697 that destroyed many of the buildings. The monastery secularized in 1802 and the library was moved to Peterhausen, and thence was sold to the University of Heidelberg. A portion of the library, including this volume, was acquired by Baron von Lassberg. The Lassberg collection of post-incunabula was sold en bloc to an Anglo-American bookselling consortium in 1999. The Cistercian Monastery at Salem was an important imperial abbey, founded in 1136 by Bl. Frowin (a companion of St. Bernard of Clairvaux). It was noted in the Middle Ages as being the most beautiful and richest monastery in all of Germany. At the beginning of the 14th century no less than 285 monks called it home. The Church was not destroyed until the fire of 1697, and the rest of the monastery was beautifully rebuilt around it. But by 1698 the monastery had only 49 priests and 13 choir monks. In September 1802, as a consequence of Napoleon's policies, the abbey was secularized and became Schloss Salem, a summer residence for the Margave of Baden. An impressive volume, beautifully printed, and enhanced by the presence of the additional Supplement and single sheet masses at the back. Not in OCLC.

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        Viridarium Danicum, sive Catalogus Trilingvis Latino - Danico - Germanicus Plantarum Indigenarum in Dania Observatarum Qvarum cuique suus est additus Locus, qvo inprimis nascatur; ...

      Kbhvn. 1688. (12) + (2) + 174 + (22) s. Samt., lidt slidt spejlbind. Sidste registerside rep. med lidt teksttab til følge. (Det manglende er: Waldblume 35. Walddistel 3. Wasser Polen. Wasser portulaci). Gl. navn p. fribl. + titelbl. Contp. panelbinding, a little marked of use. Last index page restored with a little loss of text. Old name on flyleaf.. Den første (og i 100 år den eneste) danske flora. Med 1103 planters navne på latin, dansk og tysk samt vækststed og tid.Tidligt tryk med afslutningsvignet; senere tryk har i stedet for denne vignet en 5- liniet trykfejlsliste i følge sammenligning med KB's eksemplar.The first (and for a hundred years the only) Danish flora. With 1103 names of plants in Latin, Danish and German together with growing places and time. This is an early printing with end-vignette.Bibl. Dan. II, 189. Thesaurus II, 527

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