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2018-08-25 07:40:10
Wien - Gesamtansicht
Dresden, Mathesius. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2018-08-24 22:07:10
UNGARN ( Hungary / Kingdom ):
1688, 49 x 88 Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus, Wit 3b. Erstmals 1686 erschienen, hier mit neuer Datierung u. "some new battle dates indicated"; sehr dekorative Karte des Balkans zwischen Venedig und Konstantinopel mit dem Donaulauf von Regensburg bis zur Mündung von Brünn im Norden bis Saloniki im Süden; unten etwas knapprandig, eine Fehlstelle in der Bordüre unterhalb der Titelkartusche retuschiert
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-08-22 07:59:46
Church of England
1688 Westminster Confession of Faith Church of Scotland Catechisms Calvinism ‘The Westminster Confession of Faith” was a 1646 confessional of the Church of England and doctrine of the Church of Scotland. It was become adopted by Congressionalists and Baptists in England alike supporting the Church of England as the only approved church. This work is a systematic exposition of orthodoxy which is highly influenced by Puritan theology, discusses the trinity and other doctrines that are specific to Protestantism. However, the most controversial inclusion is the statement of the Pope being the Antichrist! This was a common belief among English protestants in the 17th-century, but the ‘Westminster Confessional’ drove home this point, along with the notion that the Catholic mass was a form of idolatry. This work was printed along with the Westminster Larger and Smaller Catechisms, the central and most important catechisms of Calvinism in Great Britain. Item number: #3876 Price: $750 Church of England The confession of faith. Together with the Larger and shorter Catechisms Assembly of Divines, then sitting at Westminster London : Printed for the Company of Stationers, and are to be sold by Tho. Parkhurst ., and Dorman Newman ., 1688. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages o [2], 383, [1] • Provenance: Handwritten o John Dewar, 1790 • Language: English • Binding: Hardcover; tight & secure • Size: ~6in X 3.5in (15.5cm x 9cm) • Rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notif … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-08-21 16:42:48
Ed. Antonio Bosio, Venetia ( Venecia ), 1688. 135 grabados al cobre de 8x6 cms. , Portadilla con grabado al cobre de 13,50x7,50 cms. realizados todos ellos por Domenico Rossetti.  La página 147 (1 vol.) ha sido restaurada de una pequeña rotura que no afectó al texto. En la página 173 (1 vol.) pequeña rotura de 2 cms. en la esquina superior sin afectar al texto. Página 47 a 68 con pequeños restos de polilla en el margen inferior sin afectar al texto. Dos sellos de tinta a los lados del Pié de Imprenta.  Ejemplar con señales de uso, pero se puede considerar en buen estado. Enc: plena piel de época con dorados en el lomo.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2018-08-19 00:38:59
OST- und WESTPREUSSEN:
nach 1688, 45 x 54 Jäger Nr. 54 ( = 8. zugleich letzter Zustand dieser Karte) Koemann Vis 12, Nr. 123. - Die gesuchte Karte mit der Ansicht v. Königsberg ( n. Braun-Hogenberg ) oben links, rechts oben die Titelkartusche. - Ohne Rückseitentext.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-08-04 14:33:09
Eberhard Werner Happel
MANY MORE IMAGES IN DESCRIPTION. Please see item description for condition. (Hamburg): Thomas von Wiering, 1688. First edition. [6], [xii], [2], 120, [2], 192, [2], 1-114, 105-112, [2], 113-160, [2], 1-90, 89-90, 91-288, [4], 115, [1] p. Title page with red and black letterpress, plus divisional title pages for each section). Illustrated engraved title page, around 200 hundred (all present) woodblock illustrations in the text (many 3/4 or near full page), PLUS a total of 26 (of 32) full page or fold-out engravings (plate list states 29 called for, but one is two plates conjoined and another is three separate plates): these include 4 full-page copper engravings, 19 large folding engravings (inc. map and large conjoined double plate), and 3 folding woodblock engravings. Near contemporary full calf binding over papered boards. Spine in 6 compartments. Three ex-libris markings: two in old pen (Salzburg Seminary on front pastedown, and Michael Wagner in blank margin of engraved t/p) and one small 20th blind stamp on rear endpaper (Heatham Mill Library). Folio (33.5cm x 21cm). Good only condition. [We are comparing our copy to the binder's instructions at the front of the work, and to the most complete institutional copy of this work we can find, which is held by the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich.] Our copy lacks six copper engraved plates and two text leaves: these are, one folding copper engraved map (Morlachia, Dalmatia etc.); two single page copper engraved plates of Roman emperors and kings, and the two adjacent text leaves; and three further folding copper plates (i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: kernoozers [Ascot, GB]
2018-07-29 07:47:58
London: Printed for H. Hills, 1688. 4to (20 cm). [1] f., 21, [1] pp. Scarce: WorldCat & ESTC combine to locate only four U.S. libraries reporting ownership (DLC, CtY. CSmH, DFo).         Wing (rev. ed.) T2884; ESTC R12961. Disbound. Title-leaf detached. Dustsoiled; tattered along all edges.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2018-07-28 06:34:07
Descartes, René; Louis de la Forge
Blaviani, Amstelodami, 1685, 1688 & Danielem Elzevirium, 1664. Four volumes bound in one. (16), 248; (36), 222; (24), 92, (4); (22) 241, (6) pp. Hardcover, bound in early calf over speckled paper covered pasteboard. The binding recased, thus solid, but well rubbed with some loss; the text generally clean with some toning, occasional underlining, notations, a few small dampstains and scattered blemishes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Moroccobound Fine Books & Bindery [Lewis Center, OH, U.S.A.]
2018-07-26 06:50:28
Beughem, Cornelius (c. 1637-1710)
Joh. Wolters, Amsterdam. 12mo. 6 ff., 191 pp. Contemporary Dutch vellum, large ornament on covers stamped in blind, small fleurs-de-lis at corners of outer panel, smooth spine lettered in MS. First two blank leaves a little dry, some even toning throughout. An attractive copy. First Edition of the First Bibliography of Incunabula. Beughem applies for the first time the word "incunabulum" to the books themselves; this term had been invented in 1639 by Bernard von Mallinkrot, but was utilized by him to describe the earliest *era* of printing, the time limit having been introduced by Saubert. Beughem's arrangement is alphabetical under authors, to which a short biographical note has been added, a feature that took 225 years to be adopted by another incunabulist, Isak Collijn, in his catalogue of the incunabula in the Royal Library at Stockholm, 1914, and in turn adopted by GW. Titles, places of imprint, and dates follow; in general, the names of printers are not mentioned, but exceptions are given for exceptional books, i.e. the Fust and Schoeffer Cicero and Ratdolt's Euclid. According to E. von Rath, "Vorläufer des Gesammtkatalogs der Wiegendrucke" (in Hiersemann Festschrift, 1924), there are about 3,000 entries, an extraordinary achievement considering that by 1688 Beughem had already listed more than 10% of all incunable editions that are now known. His two appendices list anonymous works and undated imprints which Beughem believed to have been printed in the fifteenth century. Breslauer & Folter 85, describing Beughem as "without a doubt the foremost bibliographer of the 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2018-07-24 12:22:57
DORMAN NEWMAN
KINGS ARMS in the POULTREY. Used, Restoration needed for the 1688 book, pages loose. THE EXCELLENCY OF THE PEN AND PENCIL PRINTED IN LONDON 1688 NEEDS RESTORATION 123 PAGES.
Bookseller: fredh951 [East Setauket, New York, US]
2018-07-20 06:37:09
Coronelli, Father Vincenzo (1650-1718)
Rare Globe Gore! Venice 1688 copper engraved map; overall 49 x 36 cm; plate approx. 43 x 26/ 10 cm. Paper evenly toned with some faint contemporary ink smudges; 2 printer’s creases; o/w exc. cond. A rare and beautifully engraved gore for Coronelli’s 42 inch terrestrial globe, covering the area from Florida/Louisiana/Texas to the Great Lakes and Hudson Bay, with parts of the Carolinas, Virginia and the Chesapeake area and parts of the West Indies. The map is embellished with indigenous people, fauna and flora, showing some interesting encounters with crocodiles. Nice strong impression with nice wide margins. Coronelli was a map and globe maker from Venice who joined the Franciscan Order in 1665. In 1684, he founded the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti in Venice, and in 1685, became Cosmographer to the Republic of Venice. In 1681, he was invited by the French King, Louis XIV, to make a pair of 3.85 m diameter globes. Once back in Venice, in 1686, he opened a globe making workshop. After having produced several large scale globes to various European rulers, he produced a 42 inch diameter globe in 1688 of which several examples are in various collections around the World. Occasionally, single gore sheets appear on the market which makes them sought after collector items. [ref: 3266]
Bookseller: Angelika C. J. Friebe Ltd. - MapWoman [Dorking, United Kingdom]
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2018-07-19 05:56:11
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The famous circular letter distributed throughout England, calling for a Convention "to declare the rights and liberties of the nation", an essential step leading to the Declaration of Rights and to achieving the goals of the Glorious Revolution. Broadside measuring about 11x13 inches, one horizontal tear (about five inches), legibility not affected, else well preserved; the Taussig copy. Printed by J. Starkey, and A. and W. Churchill, London, 1688.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-07-16 14:15:39
GRIECHENLAND (Greece):
Kupferstich v. Eberhard Werner Happel b. Thomas von Wiering in Hamburg, 1688, 32 x 83 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. (Eberhard Werner Happel , 1647-1690>). - Zeigt folgende Städte auf einem Blatt: Navarino (Pylos), Coron (Koroni), Modon (Methoni), Napoli di Romania (Nafplio), Tessalonici (Thessaloniki), Negroponte (Euböa), Dardanelli (Dardanellen), Lepante (Nafpaktos), Misitra (Mystras), Corinth (Korinth), Napoli De Malvas (Monemvasia), Athen, Valo, Sigyon, Megara, Antravido, Patrasso (Patras), Zemonico, Calamata (Kalamata), Gomenisse, Duare, Nadin, Opus (Lokris), Passaua (Passavas bei Gythion), Zarnata, Cielaf, Maina, Matapan (Tenaro), St. Maure (St. Maura), Prevesa (Préveza), Chning, Cefalonia (Kefalonia), Corfu (Korfu), Zante (Zakynthos / Zakinthos), Cerigo (Kythira), Candia (Kreta). - Mittig im Ansichtenhimmel zwei Porträts von Francesco Morosini und Otto Wilhelm von Königsmarck.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2018-07-16 13:41:35
LA BRUYERE Jean de
- Chez Etienne Michallet, à Paris 1688, in-12 (8,7x16,5cm), (60) 308pp. (3), relié. - Menzione di una seconda edizione. Questa edizione segue i primi mesi, è simile in tutti gli aspetti ad eccezione di alcune correzioni. E 'l'indirizzo dell'immagine San Paolo. "La seconda edizione impr anche. 1688 offre solo lievi modifiche, e la terza, sotto la stessa data, è solo una ristampa della seconda '. (Brunet III, 720). Vedere Tchermerzine VIII. Periodo di vitello in marmo completo. Torna Tooled sollevato. Una mancanza in piedi. 2 angoli urtato. 3 wormholes attraverso l'intera struttura, fori ampliando fine del libro, a volte elidendo alcuni lettres.L'écriture personaggio inizia a 1670, ma solo dopo 17 anni di lavoro L' Heather decide di pubblicare i personaggi, è ancora così poco sicuri del successo che dà preminenza alla sua traduzione dei Caratteri di Teofrasto in permières edizioni e non è stato fino al quinto afferma che il lavoro dei personaggi prima quella di Teofrasto, La Bruyère e infine firmare la pubblicazione del suo nome. Fine bookplate alle armi XVIII e all'inizio del XIX Count Raven Saint-Albin, tre barre d'oro sabbia incorniciata da due corvi con il motto: Nil nisi virtute. la sua biblioteca di circa 60.000 volumi è stata venduta nel 1850. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Mention de seconde édition. Cette édition suit la première de quelques mois, elle est en tout point semblable hormis quelques corrections. Elle est à l'adresse de la rue de l'image Saint Paul. « La seconde édition, également impr. en 1688 n'offre que quelques légers changements, et la troisième, sous la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-07-15 06:07:30
Coronelli, Vincenzo Maria
published in Venice. 1688. 48 x 29.2 cm, copper engraving. One of the EXTREMELY RARE GLOBE GORES depicting different parts of the world. Map shows South America, particularly Brazil, with a large cartouche, with Pope Alexander VI and an extensive text explanation. This exceptional series of globe gores was originally engraved for a 110 cm. diameter terrestrial globe in 1688 - as here. They were subsequently reissued in individual sheet format in Coronelli's "Libro dei globi" and in his World Atlas Isolario in the 1690s. "Coronelli seems to have sought to omit nothing that might be of interest to geographers, navigators and explorers. There are an unusual number of legends, all explanatory and informative, but which never crowd the space available. Many of the vignettes of ships and fishing scenes throughout the world are worthy of separate reproduction. Coronelli makes comments on all the most important explorations and discoveries and undoubtedly had access to the findings of the French Academy of Sciences" [Shirley]. REFERENCE: R. Shirley: The Mapping of the World # 537 & pl. 376 A & B. Condition: small water stain, not affecting plate..
Bookseller: Gallery of Prints [PHL]
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2018-07-12 18:06:49
Oxford University: The Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible THE ABERCAIRNY COPY Oxford, 1688 A beautifully bound, early folio example of the Royal Version, originally held by one of Scotland's oldest noble families and bearing the historic armorial bookplate of the Earl of Strathearn and the House of Abercairny. Historical provenance summary: The earliest records of Abercairny date from the 13th century when it was the property of the 3rd Earl of Strathearn. In 1320, the 7th Earl gave the estate to his daughter, Mary, on her marriage to Sir John Moray of Drumsargard. It has been retained by successive generations of the family ever since. One its most celebrated members was Andrew de Moray, who joined forces with William Wallace to lead the revolt that culminated in the victory against Edward I's English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. The Bible at hand, the Abercairny Copy, was originally owned by the son of Sir Robert Moray, the Founder of the Royal Society and the first man to be initiated into Freemasonry on English soil. The Abercairny Estate, visited by Queen Victoria in 1842 when its present mansion house was under construction, boasts its own parklands, two lochs, woodlands, terraces, lawns and a walled garden dating back centuries. Folio Volume Description: The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and the New, newly translated out of the original tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by His Majesties special command. Appointed to be read in churches. Oxford: Printed at the Theater, and to be sold by Peter Park … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles [Birmingham, Alabama, US]
2018-07-08 10:05:02
PIRON (Alexis). Né à Dijon. 1689-1773.
"4 p. in-4. Suscription, reste de cachet de cire rouge.TRÈS LONGUE ET RARE LETTRE, D'UNE VERVE ENJOUÉE, À SA FUTURE FEMME, MARIE-THÉRÈSE QUENAUDON, DITE MADEMOISELLE DE BAR (1688-1751), QU'IL ÉPOUSA EN 1741. Piron s'est rendu à Bruxelles en juillet 1738, à l'invitation de l'un de ses protecteurs, François Lopez Duliz, financier juif de La Haye. Il écrit à mademoiselle de Bar, résidant chez la marquise de Mimeure, dont elle est la lectrice, pour lui dépeindre l'ambiance de son séjour : ...Notre hôtel qui n'a pas son pareil à Paris pour l'étendue, est continuellement plein de jeunes étrangers qui se renouvellent de tems en tems, mais qui ne nous quittent pas, à cause de notre belle dépense, de nos concerts et de nos beaux esprits. Deux ou 3 aigrefins, dont monsieur le comte est un des plus grêlez et des plus mal en linge, viennent assidûment nous faire leur cour à midy, et de ce moment commence pour jusqu'à minuit, le mélange merveilleux dont je vous ay du faire rire dans ma précédente, savoir : des Rousseau, des Beaulieu, des Pacheco, des Piron, des Geroli, des Bijou, de nos aigrefins, et de boire et de brailler et de polissonner et de faire vomir les meilleurs estomachs, de mile et mile fades impertinences de tous les genres, la belle par ses mignardises mal en places, les uns par des flatteries, les autres par des fatuitéz et le reste. Voilà un échantillon de notre vie à Bruxelles (...). Rousseau me récita hier une épigramme en ricanant et sans me nommer lofensé. Mais il mavoit peint la veille M. Laserrée si ressemblant quun aveugle leût reconnu : « Inspiré par son appéti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Galerie Paul Blaizot [Paris, France]
2018-07-08 06:31:08
Printed by John Starkey, Awnsham and William Churchill [etc.], London, 1688. ?Original self wraps, disbound, some browning and staining, else sound with untrimmed margins, measuring about 8x12 inches, four pages; the Taussig copy The meeting at which William sought advice on achieving his Declaration of Reasons, leading to his and Mary's acceptance of the Declaration of Rights on February 13, 1689, "mark[ing] the end of the most critical phase of the Glorious Revolution" [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-07-06 06:32:10
THEOPHRAST - LA BRUYÈRE - THEOPHRASTUS - THEOPHRASTE.
Paris, Estienne Michallet, 1688. Cont. full calf. 5 raised bands on back, back richly gilt, all edges of boards gilt. Lacking leather at capitals, front-hinge cracked, so cords are showing. ¶ Second or third printing of the original edition. The title-page states "seconde edition", but it is probably the third, printed in the same year as the first and second, being a page-by-page re-impression of the second, except for the fact that corrections have been made and the errata-leaf is thus not printed in the third. Both the second and third original editions are from the same year and by the same printer as the first. "La seconde édition, également impr. en 1688 n'offre que quelques légers changements..., et la troisième, sous la même date, ne qu'une simple réimpression de la seconde." (Brunet III:720). This work includes the first French translation of Theophrast's Characters (and probably the first translation into any modern language?). "Theophraste a eu le grand honneur, comme on sait, d'être ttraduit au XVIIe siècle par La Bruyère: et c'est pourquoi, en France plus que dans tout autre pays, en dehors même du cercle des érudits, son nom et son opuscule sont populaires." (navarre, Budé-edition of "Caractères", Paris, 1920).Jean de la Bruyère (1639/1644 - 1996) was a very famous French moralist and writer. "C'est au commencement de 1688 que parut la premiere édition des "Caractères de Théophraste traduits du grec, ou les Mæurs de ce siècle." L'auteur mettait ses propres observations sur la société moderne sous le patronage d'un ancien." (N.B.G. p. 427). The "Characters" gav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-06 06:32:10
THEOPHRAST - LA BRUYÈRE - THEOPHRASTUS - THEOPHRASTE.
Paris, Estienne Michallet, Se vend à Bruxelles chez Jean Leonard, 1688. Later (ca. 1800) cardboardbdg. w. marbled peper. Library-labels on back. Hinges, capitals and corners w. traces of use. Occationally brownspotted. (56), 226, (1) pp. ¶ This is the reimpression of the original second edition with the words "Se vend à Bruxelles, chez Jean Leonard" on title-page, from the same year as the first original edition. "Cette réimpression, assez belle, a 28 ff. prélim. et 226 pp. de texte, plus un f. pour le privilége; l'errata n'y est pas reproduit, bien que les corrections qu'il indique n'aient pas été faites dans le texte." (Brunet III, p.720). This work includes the first French translation of Theophrast's Characters (and probably the first translation into any modern language?). "Theophraste a eu le grand honneur, comme on sait, d'être ttraduit au XVIIe siècle par La Bruyère: et c'est pourquoi, en France plus que dans tout autre pays, en dehors même du cercle des érudits, son nom et son opuscule sont populaires." (navarre, Budé-edition of "Caractères", Paris, 1920).Jean de la Bruyère (1639/1644 - 1996) was a very famous French moralist and writer. "C'est au commencement de 1688 que parut la premiere édition des "Caractères de Théophraste traduits du grec, ou les Mæurs de ce siècle." L'auteur mettait ses propres observations sur la société moderne sous le patronage d'un ancien." (N.B.G. p. 427). The "Characters" gave La Bruyère quite a few enemies and created furor in the learned world. In Denmark Holberg calls him "trivial and simple" (Epistle 404). "Mais si en effet la mali … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-06 06:01:20
SR. HEILIGK. PABST INNOCENTII XI. AUDIENTZ / SO DEM P. TACHARD, JESUITEN, UND ANDERN GESANDTEN DES KÖNIGS VON SIAM DEN 23. DECEMBR. 1688. VERSTATTET WORDEN. / Nebst Erzehlung / was bey deren Einholung in Rom fürgegangen / Wobey die wahre Abbildung der Audientz in Kupfer gestochen. Aus dem Römischen Exemplar ins Hochteutsche übersetzet. Mit einer mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafel, gestochen von J. C. Böcklin. Prag: 1689. 4°. 16 Seiten; 1 Kupfertafel. Neue private Broschur. Erste und einzige, außerordentlich seltene deutsche Ausgabe dieser Gelegenheitsschrift, die anlässlich einer von Papst Innozenz XI. am 23. Dezember 1688 auf Vermittlung des Jesuiten Guy Tachard drei Gesandten des siamesischen (thailändischen) Königs Phetracha (Somdet Phra Phetracha สมเด็จพระเพทราชา, 1688-1703) gewährten Audienz erschien. Tachard hatte sich 1685 und 1687 auf Mission in Siam befunden und war bei letzterem Aufenthalt von König Phetracha, der erst kurz davor durch Sturz und Ermordung seines Vorgängers Narai an die Macht gekommen war, zum „Außerordentlichen Botschafter des Königs von Siam" ernannt worden. Der Text beinhaltet neben einer kurzen Skizzierung von Thailand und seines Königshofs eine Chronologie des Aufenthalts der siamesischen Gesandten in Rom, die Beschreibung der mitgebrachten Geschenke und den Wortlaut eines Schreibens von König Phetracha, das Tachard dem Papst während der Audienz in portugiesischer bzw. italienischer Übersetzung vorlas. Das anonym verfasste italienische Original des vorliegenden Berichts war noch 1688 in Rom erschienen. Die Tafel zeigt Tachard, vor dem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Domenico Jacono - VdAÖ / ILAB [Vienna, Austria]
2018-07-05 17:31:03
Valvasor, Johann Weichard.
Nürnberg Endter, 1688. 5 Bll., 264 S. Mit doppelseitigen Karte v. Kärnten u. 226 meist halbseit. Kupferansichten. Folio. Pgmt. d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln (etwas berieben u. fleckig, Ecken bestoßen). Zweite, erweiterte Ausg., bzw. die erste Ausg. mit Text des bekanntesten Kärntner Ansichtenwerkes der Barockzeit. Mit zahlreichen Kupferstichen der Städte, Burgen u. Schlösser, hauptsächlich nach Zeichnungen des Verfassers, in Kupfer gestochen von Andreas Trost. Hier fehlen das Front.-Kupfer und der gr. Plan von Klagenfurt, mehrere Blätter sind m. Fehlstellen am weißen Rand (teils unterlegt), 1 Kupfer m. Fehlstelle im Bild; durchgehend fingerfl., stellenw. wasserfl. od. gebräunt, größtenteils aber noch gut erhalten. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Galerie Magnet GmbH [Wien, Austria]
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2018-07-01 06:30:56
MALEBRANCHE, (NICOLAS).
Rotterdam, Reinier Leers, 1688. Small 8vo. Fine contemp. full mottled calf, richly gilt back. Titlelabel in leather. (6),604 pp. A very small inkspot in upper margin of the last 20 leaves. On good paper, clean and fine. ¶ First edition. Malebranche is one of the major philosophers of Cartesianism and his philosophy sought to synthesize Cartesianism with the thought of St. Augustin and with Neoplatonism. His "Entretiens..." (Dialogues on Metaphysics and Religion) as a series of 14 dialogues, is perhaps the best introduction to his philosophy in general."The French Cartesian Nicolas Malebranche was hailed by his contemporary, Pierre Bayle, as "the premier philosopher of our age." Over the course of his philosophical career, Malebranche published major works on metaphysics, theology, and ethics, as well as studies on optics, the laws of motion and the nature of color. He is known principally for offering a highly original synthesis of the views of his intellectual heroes, St. Augustine and René Descartes. Two distinctive reults of this synthesis are Malebranche's doctrine that we see bodies through ideas in God and his occasionalist conclusion that God is the only real cause." (Stanford Encycl. of Philosophy).
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2018-06-29 19:19:49
CAEPOLA, Barthélémy.
D. D. BARTHOLOMAEI CAEPOLLAE TRACTATUS DE SERVITUTIBUS, tam Urbanorum, quàm Rusticorum Praediorum. Accedunt D. MARTINI LAUDENSIS & IOANNIS SUPERIORIS Commentarii ad Leges singulas de Servitutibus. Editio nova, ab omnibus mendis expurgata. Huic Editioni nunc primum accessere quae in hactenus editis non habentur. ANTONII MATTHAEI Disputationes VII. de Sevitutibus. Cum indicibus locupletissimis. LUGDUNI [Lyon, França], Sumptib. JOAN. BAPTISTAE GUILLIMIN in vico Mercatorio. M. DC. LXXXVIII. [1688]. In 4º (23x17 cm) com [8], 554, [52] pags. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com nervos robustos e finos ferros rolados a seco nas esquadrias das pastas com motivos decorativos. Ilustrado com vinhetas xilografadas e com uma tarja aberta em chapa de metal com o brasão de Matheo de Seve, Senhor de Flecheres. Exemplar com anotações marginais manuscritas da época, a tinta, e leves pingos de derrame da mesma tinta em algumas páginas. Obra impressa a duas colunas. O autor, dado como falecido no fianl do século XV, não é referido por Brunet. Exitiram outras edições de : Colónia 1660, Lausane 1737 e 1745, Colónia 1759. Em Portugal existe a edição de Lausane de 1735 na Biblioteca da UCP Lisboa. Language: Latim / Latin Location/localizacao: M-15-B-10 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2018-06-29 07:20:30
BUDAPEST / Ungarn (Hungary):
Kupferstich v. Eberhard Werner Happel b. Thomas Wiering in Hamburg, 1688, 34 x 40,5
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2018-06-28 21:59:32
ARI FRODE (ARI THORGILSSON HINN FRODI) - DEN "LILLE LANDNAMABÓK" - "ISLENDINGABOK" - [SKALLHOLT- IMPRINT]
Skallholte, Hendrik Kruse, 1688. 4to. Uden bind, men et ualmindeligt stort eksemplar med brede marginer (19,5x16 cm.). (2),14,(8) pp. Titelblad med sammensat træskåren ramme, alle andre sider med klummelinier, sidste side træskåret med våbenskjold. Bortset fra meget svag bruning p.g.a. trykpapiret, et ualmindeligt velbevaret eksemplar.4to. Unbound, but an unusually large copy with wide margins (19,5 x 16 cm.). Title-page with assembled woodcut border, all other pages with column-lines; last leaf woodcut with crest. A part from very vague browning due to the quality of the paper, an unusually well preserved copy. ¶ Originaludgaven, d.v.s. første trykte udgave som blev udgivet af Th. Thorlacius på grundlag Jón Erlandsson's håndskrift - det eneste pålidelige, da Jon Erlandsson afskrev originalmembranen, som stadig eksisterede på Island i 1651. Den er samtidig blandt de første trykte vidnesbyrd om Grønlands opdagelse. "De ældste og tillige paalideligste Underretninger om Grønlands Opdagelse og første Beboelse ere upaatvivlelig af Are Frode. Herom have ogsaa alle nyere Forfattere været enige, forsaavidt de indeholdes i de faa, men vigtige blade, som vi have fra hans Haand under dette saare beskedne Navn (Schedæ). (C.C. Rafn). - Bogen er Islands første historiske værk af en navngiven forfatter fra Det 12.århundrede. Den består af 10 små kapitler, hvori der gives en oversigt over Islands historie fra Landnamstiden indtil 1120. "Hos eftertiden blev Ares ry uformindsket; Snorre kalder ham "overmåde vis og af en udmærket hukommelse", hvis "fortælling er den vigtigste af alle""(Finnur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-28 21:47:10
ARNOLD, GOTTFRID. - THE HERETICS OF THE CHURCH.
1688. Franckfurt am Mayn, Thomas Fritsch, 1700. Folio. Bound in one contemp. full calf. Spine worn. lacks leather at upper compartment and wear to lower compartment. Corners bumped and worn. (20),411:695,(36) pp. Woodcut on titlepage. A few scattered brownspots. A faint dampstain to lower margins on a few leaves. Oth3rwise internally fine. ¶ Scarce second edition of Arnold's influential "Impartial History of the Church and of Heresy"."In this major revision of church history, Arnold directed his sharpest criticism against those who wrote deeply biased apologetic "orthodox" histories instead of trying to understand where substantial religious differences actually came from. In his view,"heresy making" was usually the defensive reaction of those in authority, rather than a true indictment of unconventional thinkers. He thought that the worst calamity in Church history was its establishment as the accepted and orthodox faith by the Roman Emperor Constantine in the fourth century. Arnold evinced a remarkable sympathy for a huge variety of "heretics." This "impartial history" exercised a wide influence on the German Enlightenment and won approval from such thinkers as Johann Wolfgang Goethe in addition to Leo Tolstoy."
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2018-06-28 16:43:55
Ed. Antonio Bosio, Venetia ( Venecia ), 1688. 135 grabados al cobre de 8x6 cms. , Portadilla con grabado al cobre de 13,50x7,50 cms. realizados todos ellos por Domenico Rossetti.  La página 147 (1 vol.) ha sido restaurada de una pequeña rotura que no afectó al texto. En la página 173 (1 vol.) pequeña rotura de 2 cms. en la esquina superior sin afectar al texto. Página 47 a 68 con pequeños restos de polilla en el margen inferior sin afectar al texto. Dos sellos de tinta a los lados del Pié de Imprenta.  Ejemplar con señales de uso, pero se puede considerar en buen estado. 6h. + 240+228+240. Religión Enc: plena piel de época con dorados en el lomo.
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2018-06-26 06:11:26
Coronelli, Vincenzo Maria
published in Venice. 1688. 46.4 x 28.4 cm, copper engraving. One of the EXTREMELY RARE GLOBE GORES depicting different parts of the world. Map shows the region off the coast of Malabar, native boats and a huge wonderfully engraved cartouche. The track traces the route of a Jesuit Padre narrated by Padre Tachart and described in another Gore. This exceptional series of globe gores was originally engraved for a 110 cm. diameter terrestrial globe in 1688 - as here. They were subsequently reissued in individual sheet format in Coronelli's "Libro dei globi" and in his World Atlas Isolario in the 1690s. "Coronelli seems to have sought to omit nothing that might be of interest to geographers, navigators and explorers. There are an unusual number of legends, all explanatory and informative, but which never crowd the space available. Many of the vignettes of ships and fishing scenes throughout the world are worthy of separate reproduction. Coronelli makes comments on all the most important explorations and discoveries and undoubtedly had access to the findings of the French Academy of Sciences" [Shirley]. REFERENCE: R. Shirley: The Mapping of the World # 537 & pl. 376 A & B. Condition: with water stains, affecting plate..
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2018-06-26 05:43:27
The meeting at which William sought advice on achieving his Declaration of Reasons, leading to his and Mary's acceptance of the Declaration of Rights on February 13, 1689, "mark[ing] the end of the most critical phase of the Glorious Revolution". ?Original self wraps, disbound, some browning and staining, else sound with untrimmed margins, measuring about 8x12 inches, four pages; the Taussig copy. Printed by John Starkey, Awnsham and William Churchill [etc.], London, 1688.
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2018-06-24 03:36:20
BIBLIA
Hendrick and Jacob Keur-Marcus Doornick, Dordrecht-Amsterdam, 1688. In folio (mm 355 x 235) in 4 parti. Carte [xxiv] 332 [2] 144 [14] 169 [3] 58. Frontespizio architettonico inciso, vignette e finalini in silografia e 6 tavole calcografiche a doppia pagina (mappamondo; De Gelegentheyt van't Paradys en't Landt Canaan; Peregrinatie oste Veertich-Iarige Reyse der Kinderen Israels; mappa di Gerusalemme; Het beloofde Landt Canaan; De Beschryvingh van de Reysen Pauli, en van de Andere Apostelen). Testo in olandese stampato in gotico su due colonne. Iniziali con fregi xilografici. Legatura in pelle coeva montata su assicelle di legno; piatti bisellati con mandorla centrale riquadrata da cornici concentriche di doppi filetti, gigli accantonati; dorso a 6 nervi; cantonali e fermagli decorativi originali in ottone ben conservati. Piccoli restauri alla seconda mappa, qualche minimo restauro marginale, dorso rinnovato in stile, mappamondo con alone nella parte destra. Bell'esemplare fascinoso di questa imponente bibbia seicentesca nella sua legatura originale, completa di tutte le sue mappe e carte, importante per la critica testuale; la prima versione olandese Ë la Statenvertaling (traduzione di Stato), pubblicata nel 1637, direttamente dai testi originali.Conservato all'interno un vecchio foglio di acquisizione intestato "Dr. Angiolo Biondi, Libri e stampe antiche, Firenze", datato 1970, in cui il dott. Biondi specifica che questa Ë la seconda bibbia protestante stampata in Olanda. Nr.cat: Cod 9175
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2018-06-19 13:15:02
TAYLOUR, Charles
Printed by J.B. and sold by Randal Taylor, London, 1688. Small 4to. pp. [6], 34. With imprimatur leaf facing the title. Bound in 19th century marbled boards (rubbed). Re-backed in black morocco with older gilt lettered spine laid on. Bookplate depicting a baron's crown on inside front cover. Sticker removed from front end paper. Booklet is trimmed on the bottom obscuring the lower printed border line on the title page, (but not affecting any text). Plenty of space remains in the margins of the text pages. 40 sheets of 19th century blank paper are bound in the rear. Top edge gilt. The author is actually Henry Keepe writing under the pseudonym of Charles Taylour. His booklet, addressed to King James II, describes how he (Keepe) salvaged the crucifix and gold chain of Edward the Confessor from a damaged tomb at Westminster and how he later presented this treasure to the newly crowned king. The author claims that his discovery of the artifact on June 11, 1685 was a "forerunner of the Good News" that James had defeated his enemies (presumably the Duke of Monmouth). Keepe then relates three previous occasions when King Edward's body was disinterred. On each occasion the corpse was supposedly found in a miraculously uncorrupted state. These stories stand in some contrast to the author's own experience. Although Keepe stresses that the tomb's artifacts, including the gold chain and crucifix, correspond to historical accounts, he also reveals (perhaps inadvertently) that the Confessor's body was nothing but bones. Unusual and scarce piece. ESTC locates only 7 copies in the U.S. OCLC … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-19 06:45:34
Beughem, Cornelius (c. 1637-1710)
Amsterdam: Joh. Wolters, 1688. First Edition. 12mo. 6 ff., 191 pp. Contemporary Dutch vellum, large ornament on covers stamped in blind, small fleurs-de-lis at corners of outer panel, smooth spine lettered in MS. First two blank leaves a little dry, some even toning throughout. An attractive copy. First Edition of the First Bibliography of Incunabula. Beughem applies for the first time the word "incunabulum" to the books themselves; this term had been invented in 1639 by Bernard von Mallinkrot, but was utilized by him to describe the earliest *era* of printing, the time limit having been introduced by Saubert. Beughem's arrangement is alphabetical under authors, to which a short biographical note has been added, a feature that took 225 years to be adopted by another incunabulist, Isak Collijn, in his catalogue of the incunabula in the Royal Library at Stockholm, 1914, and in turn adopted by GW. Titles, places of imprint, and dates follow; in general, the names of printers are not mentioned, but exceptions are given for exceptional books, i.e. the Fust and Schoeffer Cicero and Ratdolt's Euclid. According to E. von Rath, "Vorläufer des Gesammtkatalogs der Wiegendrucke" (in Hiersemann Festschrift, 1924), there are about 3,000 entries, an extraordinary achievement considering that by 1688 Beughem had already listed more than 10% of all incunable editions that are now known. His two appendices list anonymous works and undated imprints which Beughem believed to have been printed in the fifteenth century. Breslauer & Folter 85, describing Beughem as "without a doubt the foremos … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-18 06:12:28
Beughem, Cornelius (c. 1637-1710)
Amsterdam: Joh. Wolters, 1688. First Edition. 12mo. 6 ff., 191 pp. Contemporary Dutch vellum, large ornament on covers stamped in blind, small fleurs-de-lis at corners of outer panel, smooth spine lettered in MS. First two blank leaves a little dry, some even toning throughout. An attractive copy. First Edition of the First Bibliography of Incunabula. Beughem applies for the first time the word "incunabulum" to the books themselves; this term had been invented in 1639 by Bernard von Mallinkrot, but was utilized by him to describe the earliest *era* of printing, the time limit having been introduced by Saubert. Beughem's arrangement is alphabetical under authors, to which a short biographical note has been added, a feature that took 225 years to be adopted by another incunabulist, Isak Collijn, in his catalogue of the incunabula in the Royal Library at Stockholm, 1914, and in turn adopted by GW. Titles, places of imprint, and dates follow; in general, the names of printers are not mentioned, but exceptions are given for exceptional books, i.e. the Fust and Schoeffer Cicero and Ratdolt's Euclid. According to E. von Rath, "Vorläufer des Gesammtkatalogs der Wiegendrucke" (in Hiersemann Festschrift, 1924), there are about 3,000 entries, an extraordinary achievement considering that by 1688 Beughem had already listed more than 10% of all incunable editions that are now known. His two appendices list anonymous works and undated imprints which Beughem believed to have been printed in the fifteenth century. Breslauer & Folter 85, describing Beughem as "without a doubt the foremos … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-17 21:03:53
Beughem, Cornelius (c. 1637-1710)
Joh. Wolters, Amsterdam. 12mo. 6 ff., 191 pp. Contemporary Dutch vellum, large ornament on covers stamped in blind, small fleurs-de-lis at corners of outer panel, smooth spine lettered in MS. First two blank leaves a little dry, some even toning throughout. An attractive copy. First Edition of the First Bibliography of Incunabula. Beughem applies for the first time the word "incunabulum" to the books themselves; this term had been invented in 1639 by Bernard von Mallinkrot, but was utilized by him to describe the earliest *era* of printing, the time limit having been introduced by Saubert. Beughem's arrangement is alphabetical under authors, to which a short biographical note has been added, a feature that took 225 years to be adopted by another incunabulist, Isak Collijn, in his catalogue of the incunabula in the Royal Library at Stockholm, 1914, and in turn adopted by GW. Titles, places of imprint, and dates follow; in general, the names of printers are not mentioned, but exceptions are given for exceptional books, i.e. the Fust and Schoeffer Cicero and Ratdolt's Euclid. According to E. von Rath, "Vorläufer des Gesammtkatalogs der Wiegendrucke" (in Hiersemann Festschrift, 1924), there are about 3,000 entries, an extraordinary achievement considering that by 1688 Beughem had already listed more than 10% of all incunable editions that are now known. His two appendices list anonymous works and undated imprints which Beughem believed to have been printed in the fifteenth century. Breslauer & Folter 85, describing Beughem as "without a doubt the foremost bibliographer of the 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-08 15:46:14
[RUSSELL, John].
D. Colclough, Freedom of speech in early Stuart England, p. 118; ESTC S115559; Sabin 70762. Rare first and only edition of a controversial Puritan satire in verse, probably written by John Russell (d. 1688), but sometimes attributed to John Rhodes, minister of Enborne, and John Robinson (1575-1625). The anti-Catholic poem criticizes Arminianism, based on the teachings of the Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609), who according to Russell was sent by the pope to trick Protestants. "In the manner of John Donne's Ignatius his Conclave, Russell describes a conclave in Hell which reveals that Arminius was sent as a missionary from Hell to establish popery by the back door while seeming to be a Protestant" (Colclough). Russell links the anti-Calvinist tendencies in England to the influence of Spain and the pope; he praises the anti-Spanish and anti-Catholic preacher Thomas Scott (d. 1626), and laments the loss of the days when England resisted Spain.With the armorial bookplate of the Lord Fairfax of Cameron. With some ink annotations on flyleaf, title-page ruled with (now faint) red ink. The first six leaves with marginal restorations, some foxing. Without the folding frontispiece, included in a small number of copies. In fair condition.
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2018-06-08 06:06:07
Tavernier, Jean-Baptiste; Francoise Bernier
London: Printed for M.P. [Moses Pitt] and to be Sold by George Monke...and William Ewrey , 1688. Book. Very good+ condition. Hardcover. Early printing. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Two volumes and including the "Seraglio" text. Thought to be a 2nd printing of the first edition. Newly rebound in full caramel goatskin (leather) with a gold-embossed leather spine label; blind-tooled frames on front and rear covers. New endpapers. Measures just over 12 inches tall. Complete with 37 plates including 30 full page plates (a few are larger fold-outs), five in-text plates, and one large and one small folding map. Contains several additional smaller in-text illustrations. Each volume has multiple parts/sections. Vol. I, First Part with title dated 1688: [xiv], 264 pages of text including an index. Contains 9 illustrations including one fold-out. Vol. I, Second Part with title dated 1684: [vi], 214 pages including an index. There are 14 illustrations as called for but the plate titled "Portugal's Moscovy" is not present; instead there is an additional plate not called for at page 149 titled "A REPRESENTATION OF 24 ye FAIREST DIAMONDS..." which is a fold-out. Volume II, [first part] with separate title page dated 1684: [xx], 66 pages, [ii] of publisher's advertisement. Large folding map of Japan titled "A MAPP OF THE ISLES OF JAPON" which measures 20.75" x 14.25" is loosely inserted facing pg.1. Volume II, [second part] without a separate title page "RELATION OF THE KINGDOM OF TURQUIN": 87 pages, [i] blank, followed by [i] page indexing to the map of Japan, [i] blank]. Illustrated with … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-05 06:16:08
FONTAINE (Louis) [Pseudonyme du P. Zacharie de Lisieux];
chez Antoine Arnauld, ? Bourg-Fontaine (Paris), 1688. In-12 de 96 pp., carte repli?e et frontispice grav?, basane havane, dos ? nerfs (reliure de l'?poque). Nouvelle ?dition avec un nouveau titre. Cette all?gorie satirique, publi?e peu apr?s les Provinciales, est une des r?pliques les plus curieuses auxquelles donna lieu la r?action anti-jans?niste. Une carte repli?e grav?e ? l'eau-forte (178 x 136 mm) repr?sentant la Jans?nie et ses voisins imm?diats, la D?sesp?rie ? l'Occident, la Calvinie au Septentrion, et la Libertinie ? l'Orient. Versins, 977 b.
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2018-06-04 21:41:02
GRIECHENLAND (Greece):
Kupferstich v. Eberhard Werner Happel b. Thomas von Wiering in Hamburg, 1688, 32 x 83 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. (Eberhard Werner Happel , 1647-1690>). - Zeigt folgende Städte auf einem Blatt: Navarino (Pylos), Coron (Koroni), Modon (Methoni), Napoli di Romania (Nafplio), Tessalonici (Thessaloniki), Negroponte (Euböa), Dardanelli (Dardanellen), Lepante (Nafpaktos), Misitra (Mystras), Corinth (Korinth), Napoli De Malvas (Monemvasia), Athen, Valo, Sigyon, Megara, Antravido, Patrasso (Patras), Zemonico, Calamata (Kalamata), Gomenisse, Duare, Nadin, Opus (Lokris), Passaua (Passavas bei Gythion), Zarnata, Cielaf, Maina, Matapan (Tenaro), St. Maure (St. Maura), Prevesa (Préveza), Chning, Cefalonia (Kefalonia), Corfu (Korfu), Zante (Zakynthos / Zakinthos), Cerigo (Kythira), Candia (Kreta). - Mittig im Ansichtenhimmel zwei Porträts von Francesco Morosini und Otto Wilhelm von Königsmarck.
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2018-06-02 06:21:41
NEWTON]. [PFAUTZ, Christoph].
J. Grossius and J.F. Gleditsch, 1688. THE IMPORTANT ACTA ERUDITORUM REVIEW OF THE PRINCIPIA. There were four early reviews of the Principia: the first appeared in no. 186 of the Philosophical Transactions but, ‘not only did Halley finance, edit, publish and distribute Principia, he also reviewed it, anonymously, in P[hilosophical] T[ransactions]. It is little more than a summery interspersed with expressions of praise’. The second appeared in the Bibliothèque Universelle of March 1688, consisting ‘of nothing more than the headings of the sections of Books I and II translated into French. There is also a summary of Book III, and an introductory paragraph ’ The final review was that in the Journal des sçavans, August, 1688, in which ‘Newton’s hypothesis was dismissed as arbitrary, unproven and belonging to geometry rather than mechanics’. Published in June, 1688, the review in the Acta offered here is the third in sequence, and ‘the most detailed and serious of the four reviews. It was comprehensive enough to provide many people in Europe without access to the Principia itself with a fairly full account of its contents’ (Gjertsen, The Newton Handbook p. 472). ‘New evidence has recently enabled the author of this book review [in the Acta] to be identified as Christoph Pfautz (1645-1711), a professor of mathematics at the University of Leipzig . Pfautz was a logical choice to be the reviewer of the Principia. He was a professional mathematician interested in astronomy. He was also a close associate of the editor, Mencke, and was a regular reviewer of the Acta ‘It is evident tha … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-01 07:08:03
BURGENLAND / Österreich (Austria):
Kupferstich v. Eberhard Werner Happel b. Thomas von Wiering in Hamburg, 1688, 28,7 x 51,5 Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850, Vol. I, S. 216, Happelius 3 u. Abb. S. 217. - Zeigt die große und kleine Insel Schütt, sowie den Donaulauf von Wien / Pressburg bis Esztergom (Gran), das Burgenland, das nordwestliche Ungarn und die südwestliche Slowakei mit kleinen Vogelschauansichten bzw. Befestigungsplänen der eingezeichneten Städte. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Kartentitel; oben links Inset mit Gesamtansicht von Wien ('Prospect der Keyserl. Residentz Statt Wien in Ostreich.'). - Seltene Karte des österr.-slowakisch-ungarischen Grenzgebietes.
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2018-05-30 07:16:59
(LA VARENNE)
Lyon,: chez Jacques Canier, 1688. Lyon, chez Jacques Canier, 1688. In-24 gr. (mm. 147x78), p. pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni (picc. restauri) con decoraz. e tit. oro, pp. 460 (mal numer. 458),(8). “A La Varenne è attribuita la trasformazione della cucina francese del XVII secolo. Guidato da principi di ‘salute, moderazione e raffinatezza', i suoi testi hanno modernizzato una disciplina che rimase legata a ingredienti e metodi rinascimentali. Fu uno dei primi cuochi francesi ad interessarsi seriamente delle verdure, fornì ricette originali per utilizzarle ‘avec honneur et contentement'. Oberlé sostiene: “un livre entier ne suffirait pas pour analyser les recettes de La Varenne, et détailler toutes les subtilités de ses "truffes en ragoust", de ses "oeufs à la huguenotte" ou de ses "asperges fricassées"”. Le sue opere furono ristampate più volte, ma rimangono piuttosto rare. Quest'opera, una specie di omnibus, comprende: ‘Le cuisinier françois - Le patissier françois - Le confiturier françois ou la maniere de faire toutes sortes de confitures, liqueurs & breuvages agréables - La manière de plier toutes sortes de linge de table'”. Cfr. Vicaire,504. Leggerm. corto del marg. super.; con arross. o fiorit. ma discreto esemplare.
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2018-05-30 06:45:20
Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier, Sieur de
Printed for R. Bentley and S. Magnes, in Russel-street, in Covent-Garden, London. Small octavo, pp. [1-12] 1-152; collates A12; B8-I8; K8; L4, early brown mottled calf, edges of front and rear covers ruled in gold with flowers stamped in gold at each corner, spine panel lettered and ruled in gold. Second edition in English. Fontenelle's ENTRETIENS SUR LA PLURALITE DES MONDES, his most famous and frequently reprinted and translated book, was first published in 1686. It is "the first example in French of a learned work placed within the reach of an educated but non specialized public." - DSB, V, 59. A popular account of the systems of Ptolemy, Copernicus, and Tycho Brahe in dialogue form, the treatise "awakened general interest in astronomy and popularized the scientific system of inquiry; it also emphasized the small space occupied by man and this planet relatively to the rest of the universe. The work was ridiculed by Voltaire, though it suggested his MICROMEGAS." - Harvey and Haseltine (eds), The Oxford Companion to French Literature (1959), p. 278. The first of the three seventeenth-century English translations was A DISCOURSE OF THE PLURALITY OF WORLDS . Translated into English by Sir W. D. Knight. (Dublin: Printed by Andr. Crook and Sam. Helsham, for William Norman, 1687). The first edition of the Glanvill translation (containing five dialogues) was published in 1688, the same year Aphra Behn's translation of Fontanelle's book, A DISCOVERY OF NEW WORLDS, was published in London by William Canning. The later Gardiner translation was first published in London by Betteswor … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-29 14:53:44
UNGARN ( Hungary / Kingdom ):
1688, 49 x 88 Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus, Wit 3b. Erstmals 1686 erschienen, hier mit neuer Datierung u. "some new battle dates indicated"; sehr dekorative Karte des Balkans zwischen Venedig und Konstantinopel mit dem Donaulauf von Regensburg bis zur Mündung von Brünn im Norden bis Saloniki im Süden; unten etwas knapprandig, eine Fehlstelle in der Bordüre unterhalb der Titelkartusche retuschiert
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-05-29 06:44:43
DONAU (Danube):
Kupferstich v. Eberhard Werner Happel b. Thomas von Wiering in Hamburg, 1688, 32 x 123 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 265 (Eberhard Werner Happel , 1647-1690). - Zeigt 51 Ansichten auf einem Blatt: Wien, Pressburg (Bratislava), Guntz, Ofen und Pest (Budapest), Gros=Warttein (Oradea / Rumänien), Caschau (Kaschau / Slowakei), Neytra (Nitra / Neutra / Slowakei), Dotis (Tata / Ungarn), Papa (Papá / Ungarn), S. Martinsberg (Pannonhalma / Ungarn), Vesprin (Veszpré / Ungarn), Comorra (Komárom / Ungarn), Raab (Györ / Ungarn), Leopoldstadt, Neuhäusel (Nové Zámky / Slowakei), Siklos (Ungarn), Mongatz (Ukraine), Tokay (Tokaj / Ungarn), Kalo (Nagykálló / Ungarn), Gran (Esztergom / Ungarn), Vicegrad (Visegrád / Ungarn), Waitzen (Vác / Ungarn), Villeck (Filákovo / Filleck / Fülek / Ungarn), Canischa (Nagykanizsa / Ungarn), Simontorna (Simontornya / Ungarn), Verewitiza (Virovitica / Kroatien), Serinwar (Neu-Zrin / Kroatien), Sisek (Sisak / Kroatien), Petrina (Petrinja / Kroatien), Lewenz (Levice / Lewenz / Löwens / Slowakei), Stuhlweissenburg (Székesfehérvár / Ungarn), Fünfkirchen (Pécs / Ungarn), Wihitsch (Bihac / Bosnien-Herzegowina), Zigeth (Szigetvár / Ungarn), Belgrad, Hermannstadt (Sibiu / Rumänien), Klausenburg (Clij-Napoca / Rumänien), Willenbach, Sarvos, Erla (Eger/Ungarn), Hatwan (Hatvan / Ungarn), Sabaz (Sabac / Serbien), Zackmar, Solnock (Szolnok/Ungarn), Boros-Jeno, Adrianopel (Edirne / Türkei), S. Nicolaus (Törökszentmiklós / Ungarn), Temeswar (Timisoara / Rumänien), Konstantinopel (Istanbul / Türkei), Samos-Viwar und Giula (Gyula / Ungarn). - Die Ansichten von Wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2018-05-28 19:23:29
[Binding, Fine- Raparlier] Deshouieres (Antoinette du Ligier de la Garde)
Paris: Chez la Veuve de Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1688. First edition. First edition. Exquisitely bound c.1890 by Raparlier in blue goatskin with ornate and innovative covers tooled in gilt with triple fillet border, leafy stems, flower-heads, and a centerpiece composed of a flower within a frame surrounded by similar motifs. The spine divided into six panels, lettered in the second and dated in the third, the others with a vase containing a flower and leafy sprigs, the edges of the boards tooled with a gilt double fillet, the turn-ins with gilt rolls, marbled endleaves, gilt edges. A wonderful example by the famous bookbinder Paul-Romain Raparlier (1858-1900). The frontispiece engrvaing is not called for, but taken from a later edition. A fine copy in every way.
Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books [US]
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2018-05-28 14:39:07
Doujat, Jean.
A Paris De l’Imprimerie de Gabriel Martin, 1688. 1st Ed. Sm. 8vo. xiv + [ii] + 99pp. 50 textual engravings. Some browning, hinges taped, contemporary mottled calf boards, some loss to edges, sympathetically rebacked in calf with gilt lettered title label to spine. Jean Doujat (1609-1688) lawyer, Professor of Canon Law at the Royal College, Doctor-regent at the Faculty of Law of Paris and French historian, who was the historiographer of Louis XIV. He also tutored the children of Louis XIV in history and mythology, writing the above book for them. In it he describes fifty biblical characters in the form of a small poem each illustrated with a portrait beneath a simple representative illustration. US$508 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Francis Edwards ABA ILAB [Hay on Wye, United Kingdom]
2018-05-28 06:17:46
[NEWTON, Isaac]. [PFAUTZ, Christoph].
Leipzig: Grossius and J.F. Gleditsch, 1688. <p>First edition of the important <em>Acta Eruditorum</em> review of the <em>Principia</em>. There were four reviews of the <em>Principia</em>, of which this is chronologically the third. It is "the most detailed and serious of the four reviews. It was comprehensive enough to provide many people in Europe without access to the <em>Principia </em>itself with a fairly full account of its contents" (Gjertsen, <em>Newton Handbook, </em>p. 472). The first review appeared in issue no. 186 of the <em>Philosophical Transactions</em>, January - March, 1687: "not only did [Edmund] Halley finance, edit, publish and distribute <em>Principia</em>, he also reviewed it, anonymously, in <em>P</em>[<em>hilosophical</em>]<em> T</em>[<em>ransactions</em>]. It is little more than a summary interspersed with expressions of praise" (<em>ibid</em>.). The second appeared in the issue of <em>Bibliothèque Universelle </em>of March 1688, consisting "of nothing more than the headings of the sections of Books I and II translated into French. There is also a summary of Book III, and an introductory paragraph ..." (<em>ibid</em>.). The final review was that in the <em>Journal des Sçavans</em>, August, 1688, in which "Newton's hypothesis was dismissed as arbitrary, unproven and belonging to geometry rather than mechanics" (<em>ibid</em>.). The <em>Acta</em> review is anonymous, but "new evidence has recently enabled the author of this book review to be identified as Christoph Pfautz (1645-1711), a professor of mathematics at the University of Leipzig ... From t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
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2018-05-25 15:53:33
RUSSELL, John].
, . . D. Colclough, Freedom of speech in early Stuart England, p. 118; ESTC S115559; Sabin 70762. Rare first and only edition of a controversial Puritan satire in verse, probably written by John Russell (d. 1688), but sometimes attributed to John Rhodes, minister of Enborne, and John Robinson (1575-1625). The anti-Catholic poem criticizes Arminianism, based on the teachings of the Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609), who according to Russell was sent by the pope to trick Protestants. "In the manner of John Donne's Ignatius his Conclave, Russell describes a conclave in Hell which reveals that Arminius was sent as a missionary from Hell to establish popery by the back door while seeming to be a Protestant" (Colclough). Russell links the anti-Calvinist tendencies in England to the influence of Spain and the pope; he praises the anti-Spanish and anti-Catholic preacher Thomas Scott (d. 1626), and laments the loss of the days when England resisted Spain.With the armorial bookplate of the Lord Fairfax of Cameron. With some ink annotations on flyleaf, title-page ruled with (now faint) red ink. The first six leaves with marginal restorations, some foxing. Without the folding frontispiece, included in a small number of copies. In fair condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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