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        AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHURCHES, or places of assembly, of the primitive Christians; from the churches of Tyre, Jerusalem, and Constantinople. Described by Eusebius.

      London, printed by S. Roycroft, for R. Clavell at the Peacock at the west-end of S. Pauls, 1689.And ocular observations of several very ancient edifices of churches yet extant in those parts. With a seasonable application. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION 1689, small 8vo, approximately 155 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, 5 folded leaves of plates, of which 4 are plans of churches and 1 is an illustration of a Byzantine church facade: "A Prospect of the Ancient Church", pages: [6], 130, [2 of 3 blank leaves], bound in full contemporary mottled calf, rebacked, original backstrip laid on, gilt rules and gilt lettered red morocco label. The plans show the church of Tyre, the church of the Holy Sepulchre, the church of the Apostles at Constantinople, and the Primitive Churches. Wheler describes the Byzantine church architecture and the interior fittings. His own observations on the churches he saw during his travels in the East are contained in the commentaries on Eusebius. Binding slightly worn, bookplate on front pastedown of James Elwin Millard, headmaster of Magdalen College School, Oxford from 1846 - 1864, a couple of lines in manuscript also and a small old bookseller's label, tiny piece missing from lower corner of A2, small closed tear to inner edge of Plate 2, neatly repaired on reverse, very small chip to lower edge of F2 (seems paper flaw), small piece missing from lower corner of rear endpaper, a very good clean copy, complete with all plates, of a rare book which was not reprinted. Atabey, Volume II, No. 1330; Blackmer II, 350. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        A Bound Volume of 49 English Trials from 1678 to 1685

      London Jonathan Robinson [1689]. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Loss of leather to top of spine. Ffep and title page missing Reprint Full Leather cover with four raised bands 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). 464pp, 11pp + ads. An abridged catalogue 49 of trials between 1678 and 1685 for treason. The trials of William Staley, Edward Coleman, William Ireland, Thomas Pickering, John Grove, Robert Green, Henry Berry, Lawrence Hill, Nathaniel Thompson, William Pain, and John Farrell all in the year 1678. The Trials of Nathaniel Reading, Thomas Whitebread, William Harcourt, John Fenwick, John Gavan Anthony Turner, Richard Langhorn, Sir George Wakeman, William Marshal, William Rumley, James Corker, Andrew Brommich, William Atkins, Charles Kern, Thomas Knox, John Lane, Lionel Anderson, William Russel, Charles Parry, Henry Starkey, Alexander Lumbsden, Sir Thomas Gascoyne all in the year 1679. The Trials of Henry Care, Elizabeth Cellier, Roger Earl of Castlemain, John Giles, Thomas Twing, Mary Pressicks, William Viscount Stafford all in the year 1680. The trials of Edward Fitz-Harris, Oliver Plunket, Sir Miles Stapleton, George Busby, Stephen Colledge, Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury, Charles John Count Coningsmark, Christopher Vratz, John Stern and Charles George Borosky all in the year 1681. The trials of Thomas Pilkington, Samuel Shute, Henry Cornish, Lord Grey of Werk, Sir Thomas Player, Slingsby Bethel, Francis Jenks, John Deagle, Richard Freeman, Richard Goodenough, Robert Key, John Wickham, Samuel Swinock, John Jekyll, Capt. Thomas Walcot, William Hone, William Lord Russel, John Rouse, Capt. William Blague, Col. Sidney, John Hambden, Lawrence Braddon, Hugh Speke, and Sir Samuel Barnardiston all in the year 1683. The Trial of Sir William Pritchard (plaintiff) and Thomas Papillon (Defendant) in the year 1684. The trials of Titus Oates, William Ring, John Fernly, Elizabeth Gaunt, Henry Cornish, Henry Baron Delamere in 1685. The trial of Henry Lord Bishop in 1686. The trials of William Arch Ld Bp of Canterbury, William Ld. Bp. of St Asaph, Francis Ld. Bp. of Ely, Hohn Ld. Bp. of Chichester, Thomas Ld. Bp. of Bath and Wells, Thomas Ld. Bp. of Peterborough, & Jonathan Ld. Bp. of Bristol. In the Appendix Col. Sidney's Petition to K. Charles II, and the trials of Charles Bateman and John Hambden.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Sanson Hubert Jaillot aus, "Atlas Nouveau, Contenant Toutes les Parties du Monde ..".

      . altkol.,, 1689, 44,2 x 28,5 (H). Not in Tooley, Title Pages, not in Shirley, Courtiers and Cannibals ..; Pastoureau, Jaillot I C und Abb. ( plate ) 77. - Der Titel in Architekturornamentik, flankiert von "Mars" und "Pallas". Am oberen Rand Herkules, der die Welt trägt und 2 Reiterportraits. Am unteren Rand 2 kleine Darstellungen der "Bataille de Cassel" und "Bataille de Senef".

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        La France galante, ou Histoires amoureuses de la cour. Und beigebunden: "Journal amoureux de la cour de Vienne" (Pierre Marteau 1689) und: "Le Taureau bannal de Paris" (Pierre Marteau 1689) und: "L'Ancien Batard, Protecteur du Nouveau, ou La Prostitution de la Reine pour la protection du Prince de GALLES. Traduit de l'Anglois" (Ohne Ort u. Verlag 1690).,

      Cologne. Chez Pierre Marteau 1689. - 4 Teile in einem Band. Titelblatt, (2), 466 Seiten; 160 Seiten; 160 Seiten und 68 Seiten. Stark beschädigter Ledereinband der Zeit (Am Rücken unschön überklebt. Papier wellig). 14x8 cm Sammelband mit vier sehr seltenen Titeln! Pierre Marteau, Cologne, zuweilen auch auf Deutsch Peter Hammer, Cölln (Köln), ist die bedeutendste fingierte Verlagsadresse des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts. Anmerkung zum 4. Titel: L'ancien Batard [Louis XIV] protecteur du nouveau [Prince James], ou la Prostitution de la Reine pour la protection du Prince de Galles. Traduit de l'Anglois. [Amsterdam?], 1690. Other names Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715 - James, Prince of Wales, 1688-1766 Sprache: fr Gewicht in Gramm: 800

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        THE ANGLER'S VADE MECUM: Or, a Compendious, yet full, Discourse of Angling:

      London, printed for T. Bassett and W. Brown, 1689.discovering the aptest methods and ways, exactest rules, properest baits, and choicest experiments for the catching of all manner of fresh water fish. Together with a brief discourse of fish - ponds, and not only the easiest, but most palatable ways of dressing all sorts of fish, whether belonging to rivers or ponds; and the laws concerning angling, and the preservation of such fish. SECOND EDITION, very much enlarged, 1689. Small 8vo, approximately 160 x 95 mm, 6¼ x 3¾ inches, 2 engraved plates of fish, pages: [8], 1 - 326, [10] - Table, and last page has Advertisment for fishing tackle etc., and Errata, bound in full modern panelled calf with blind decoration to covers, maroon gilt lettered label between raised bands to spine, gilt date at the bottom of spine has been mistakenly done as 1698 instead of 1689, new endpapers, edges red. Covers slighty sprung, title page dusty and with small repairs to edges and corners, page 216 has a corner neatly repaired which has run into the text and affects the odd letter but easily understood, small repair to bottom margin of 1 plate, not affecting images, tiny nicks to several margins, a few small repairs to margins not affecting text, pale age - browning throughout, bookplate to verso of title page, tiny ink splash to 1 lower margin, otherwise a very good copy. See: Westwood and Satchell, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, A Catalogue of Books on Angling, pages 59 - 60; The Library of John Gerard Heckscher, page 60 No 448. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Geistliche Seelen-Jagd, das ist: Erstes Dominicale Oder Sonntägliche, und mit neuen Exordiis auff die Kirchweyhungen gerichte Predigen ... 2. Auflage

      Dillingen, Bencard 1689. 20 cm. (14), 1320 Seiten Festeinband, Halbpergamenteinband der Zeit, Deckel neu bezogen - Welzig 86 (EA 1685) - Jantz 2517 (spätere A.) - VD17 12:626125K - Die Fortsetzung erschien 1690 als "Anderes Dominicale". Enthält Predigten von Advent bis zum Sonntag Quinquagesima, jeweils mit Thema, Schriftzitat, summarischem Begriff, Inhaltsübersicht, Predigttext mit marginalen Quellennachweisen und rhetorischen Hinweisen. Am Ende aus führliche Register und "Anweisung, wie man alle gegenwärtige Predigten des gantzen Jahres appliciren kan", Stellenweise braunfleckig, Stempel, Titel am Rand unterlegt, Frontispiz in Kopie. -

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        Histoire De L'imprimerie et de La Librairie, Où L'on Voit son Origine & Son Progrés, Jusqu'en 1689. Divisée en deux Livres

      1689. Paris, Jean de la Caille, 1689. 4to. Contemporary mottled calf, spine richly gilt. Red marbled edges. Front hinge weak, but holding well, bottom of spine slightly damaged. (iv), 326, (xxvi) pp. Paper uniformly browned but a good copy. First and only edition. A very important work for the history of Parisian printing, the major portion of the work (pp. 53-322) being composed of a biographical dictionary of the printers and booksellers of Paris up to 1689. This is preceded by a slight sketch of the invention and early history of printing, with a list of the (supposed) first book produced in each place. De la Caille was a Parisian printer and bookseller like his father. He died in 1720. [c.f. B&W].

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        Die von denen barbarischen Franzosen wider alle Geist- und Weltliche Rechte ohn einig zuvor ergangege Kriegs-Ankündigung überfallene Untere Pfalz nebst den daran gränzenden Chur- und Fürstenthümern . Was sich vom Monat Septembris des verwichenen 1688. Jahrs bis auf das zu End gehende 1689. Jahr des Monats Septembris darinn Merckwürdiges zugetragen / Mit unpartheyischer Feder beschrieben.

      Nürnberg, Johann Hofmann, 1689. - Gestochenes Frontispiz, 322 Seiten. Mit 1 gefalteten Kupferstich-Karte und 12 gestochenen Porträts. 14 x 8 cm, Pergament der Zeit mit Rückenschild. VD17 12:124884K. - Wenig gebräuntes, gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun GbR]
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        AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHURCHES, or places of assembly, of the primitive Christians; from the churches of Tyre, Jerusalem, and Constantinople. Described by Eusebius.

      London, printed by S. Roycroft, for R. Clavell at the Peacock at the west-end of S. Pauls, 1689.And ocular observations of several very ancient edifices of churches yet extant in those parts. With a seasonable application. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION 1689, small 8vo, approximately 155 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, 5 folded leaves of plates, of which 4 are plans of churches and 1 is an illustration of a Byzantine church facade: "A Prospect of the Ancient Church", pages: [6], 130, [2 of 3 blank leaves], bound in full contemporary mottled calf, rebacked, original backstrip laid on, gilt rules and gilt lettered red morocco label. The plans show the church of Tyre, the church of the Holy Sepulchre, the church of the Apostles at Constantinople, and the Primitive Churches. Wheler describes the Byzantine church architecture and the interior fittings. His own observations on the churches he saw during his travels in the East are contained in the commentaries on Eusebius. Binding slightly worn, bookplate on front pastedown of James Elwin Millard, headmaster of Magdalen College School, Oxford from 1846 - 1864, a couple of lines in manuscript also and a small old bookseller's label, tiny piece missing from lower corner of A2, small closed tear to inner edge of Plate 2, neatly repaired on reverse, very small chip to lower edge of F2 (seems paper flaw), small piece missing from lower corner of rear endpaper, a very good clean copy, complete with all plates, of a rare book which was not reprinted. Atabey, Volume II, No. 1330; Blackmer II, 350. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        L'ARTIGLIERIA Divisa in Tre Libri di nuovo ristampata.

      Bologna, Gio Parisini, 1689.Nel Primo dei quali, si discorre sopra le Macchine Antiche, et Armi da offendere il Nemico de lontano, che usauono gli Antichi. Nel secondo si tratta, che cosa sia L'Artiglieria... con tutto, che necessarissima sia a quegli, che professione uogliono fare di Architetto Militare e di Bombardiero...Nel Terzo Libro si tratta...dell' Vso di tale Artiglieria etc. Text in Italian, 1689, (first published in 1621). Folio, approximately 380 x 260 mm 15 x 10¼ inches, 27 engraved illustrations, 14 full page and 13 in the text, mostly half page or larger, engraved title page with cannons and portrait of the author, pages: 12 prelims including index, 1 - 142, collation: A - Z2, Aa - Nn1, Nn 2 is a blank, decorated intials, bound in modern half light calf, red title piece with gilt lettering, marbled boards, new endpapers retaining 2 original endpapers. Binding slightly rubbed, slight darkening and marking to spine, small loss of marbled paper to lower board, light foxing throughout and an occasional light brown stain, 1 page has a slightly ragged edge, not affecting text or illustration, otherwise a very good tight copy. See A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642 by Maurice J.D. Cockle, page 176 No. 688; Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, page 81, No. 3423. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The works . . . containing great variety of choice secrets in medicine and alchymy

      London: Thomas Milbourne for the author, 1689. London: Thomas Milbourne for the author, 1689. <p>Glauber, Johann Rudolph (1604-70). The works of the highly experienced and famous chymist, John Rudolph Glauber . . .Translated into English . . . by the labour, care, and charge, of Christopher Packe . . . Folio. [12], 440, [4], 220, 92, [11]pp. 7 engraved plates (including frontispiece), 4 woodcut plates, woodcut text illustrations. London: Thomas Milbourn for the author, 1689. 353 x 230 mm. Paneled calf ca. 1689, rebacked, corners repaired, endpapers renewed. Light toning, some fore-edges a bit frayed, marginal tear in frontispiece repaired, but very good. From the libraries of British chemists Charles Hatchett (1765-1847), with his ownership stamp on the verso title, and his son-in-law William Thomas Brande (1788-1866), with his signature on the title. Armorial bookplate of British metallurgist Hugh Lee Pattinson (1796-1858).</p><p>First Edition in English of the collected works of Glauber, who has been called "the best practical chemist of his day and the first industrial chemist" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). A self-taught chemist and alchemist in the iatrochemical tradition of Paracelsus, Glauber was responsible for many practical advances in the science of chemistry, the most important being the invention of improved distilling furnaces (he may have been the first to construct one with a chimney) that greatly increased the range of distillable substances. This English collected works opens with his Furni novi philosophici, originally published in German between 1646-1649, which contains most of his significant chemical achievements. Glauber used concentrated forms of hydrochloric, sulfuric and nitric acid to prepare chlorides, nitrates and sulfates, was probably the first to distill coal and to obtain from it benzene and phenol, obtained acroleins by distilling burned clay balls soaked in olive oil, produced metal acetates and acetone with distilled wood vinegar, and obtained potassium carbonate and potassium silicate from powdered flints. His efficient production of the mineral acids is particularly noteworthy, as they are essential reactants in other chemical processes. Glauber&#39;s influence quickly spread throughout Europe, and his efforts were praised by both Robert Boyle and Hermann Boerhaave.</p><p>The collection also contains English translations of Glauber&#39;s Pharmacopoea spagyrica (1654-68), a collection of iatrochemical medical preparations; dess Teutschlands-Wohlfahrt (1656-61), a work encouraging Germans to make better use of their natural resources; Miraculum mundi (1653-60), on the "universal salt"; Tractatus de natura salium (1658), discussing Glauber&#39;s "sal mirabile" (hydrated sodium sulfate); and Operis mineralis (1651). Glauber&#39;s works were originally published piecemeal, with several appendices; one of these appendices contains his important and useful work on the coloring of glass, including his rediscovery of the process for ruby glass which had been lost for years.</p><p>This copy has a distinguished chemical provenance, having belonged to Charles Hatchett, who discovered the element niobium; Hatchett&#39;s son-in-law William Thomas Brande, who succeeded Humphry Davy in the chair of chemistry at the Royal Institution; and metallurgist Hugh Lee Pattinson, who developed an economical method for extracting silver from lead ore. Duveen, Bibliotheca alchemica et chemica, p. 260. Wing G-845. </p>

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        La Pomerania

      Modena 1689. Karte zeigt gesamt Pommern, koloriert, Kupferstich, 43 x 56. Zustand: Falz fachmänisch restauriert

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        Orphei Argonautica Hymni et de Lapidibus Curante Andrea Christiano Eschenbachio Noribergense Cum ejusdem ad Argonautica Notis & Emendationibus Accedunt Henrici Stephani in omnia & Josephi Scaligeri in Hymnos Notae.

      G. vande Water,, Trajecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht], 1689 - Trajecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht], G. vande Water, 1689. Frontispiz + Titel + 329 S. Pp. im Stile der Zeit. In latein. Sprache. Vgl. ADB VI,337f. Mit dem gestochenen Frontispiz von Joh. van den Aveele. Titel in Griechisch und Lateinisch. - Fachmännisch restauriert, St. a. T., einige Kanten m. Japanpapier stabilisiert, tlw. stock- bzw. fleckig, leichte Gbrsp. - Eschenbach, (1663 - 1722), studierte ab 1685 in Jena Theologie auf Wunsch seines Vaters. Doch scheint er dabei den Beruf des akademischen Dozenten ins Auge gefaßt zu haben, wie er denn 1687 unter die Adjuncten der Jenaer philosophischen Fakultät aufgenommen wurde und als solcher Vorlesungen an der Universität hielt. In dem folgenden Jahre unternahm er eine wissenschaftliche Reise, um sich zunächst mit den handschriftlichen Schätzen der Bibliotheken in Wittenberg, Helmstädt und Wolfenbüttel bekannt zu machen und sodann längere Zeit in Holland zu verweilen. Während seines Aufenthaltes in Utrecht besorgte er eine Gesamtausgabe der Orphischen Dichtungen ("Orphei Argonautica, hymni et de lapidibus", 1689). (Zitat) Lateinisch

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        LE JEU DES ESCHETS

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Paris. 1689. 12h+343Pag+1p. 15x9. Gioachino Greco (1600 - 1634), known as the Calabrian was an Italian writer and chess player. Greco recorded some of the first games, 77 in total. Greco was a lover of the Sicilian defense. Magnificent book. Ref 6.1 Biblioteca A.

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        Mémoires de Maximilien-Emanuel, duc de Wirtemberg, colonel d'un régiment de dragons au service de Suède. Amsterdam, Leipzig, Arkstee & Merkus, 1740. 12mo. With an engraved frontispiece with a portrait of the Duke of Württemberg, title in red and black with engraved vignette, engraved headpiece. Contemporary calf, marbled endpapers.

      V. Gestel - Van het Schip, Maps in books of Russia and Poland 82. First edition of this historical work, mainly on the life of Maxilian Emanuel, Duke of Württemberg Linnental (1689-1709), a German army officer, who joined Charles XII, King of Sweden's forces at the early age of 14, which earned him the name 'Little Prince'. He accompanied the King during his campaigns in Poland and Germany in 1703-1709 during the Great Northern War (1700-1721) including the decisive battle of Poltowa (Poltava, Ukraine). Very good copy of a biography of an important officer.

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        Verzeichnuß von denen Adelichen Familien der Zirckel-Gesellschafft in Lübeck, Was es mit denen vor eine Bewandtnuß, wie sie in diese kayserl. Freye Reichs-Stadt Lübeck gekommen; Was sie daselbst gemachet; auch wie sie endlich wieder abgegangen; also das nur etzliche wenig nachgeblieben; Allen noch Hinterstelligen zur Nachricht, daß weil sie nachgerade auch abgehen und geringer werden, sie noch einige Wissenschaft davon haben mögen. -

      Lübeck: Moritz Schmalhertz 1689,. 3 Bll., 142 Seiten, 7 zwischengeschaltete unterformatige Kupferstiche, schlichter Ppbd. der Zeit, 19,5 x 15,5 cm. Einzige Ausgabe (VD17 1:086264Q). Ohne das in der Leibniz-Bibliothek Hannover nachgewiesene Korrekturblatt für die Seite 80. - Heinrich Kirchring (1610 bis 1693) war Jurist in Lübeck. - Beigebunden: 1 Bl. "Copia Sententiae Die 13. Decembr. 1686 publicatae in Sachen Münster contra Münsterl. Erb-Männer". - Vorderer Spiegel, Titelblatt und Titelblatt verso mit teils älteren, teils getilgten Besitzvermerken. - Einband berieben, bestoßen und etwas fleckig, das handgeschriebene Rückenschildchen mit größeren Abplatzungen, einige wenige Seiten gering fleckig, zwei Blatt im Falz etwas eingerissen. Sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar..

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        Nova ducatus et Praefecturae Normanniae tabula, ad usum serenissimi Burgundiae ducis

      Paris ca. 1689. Karte zeigt die gesamte Normandie und die Insel Wight mit den Normannsischen Inseln, Prachtvolle Ausgabe mit Wappenkartouche, mit Gold erhöht, selten, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 49 x 60. Zustand: Bruchstellen fachmänisch restauriert

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        Preparativos para el viaje de la reina Mariana de Neoburg de Santander a Madrid, 1689] Instruccion que se da por el Conde de Oropesa. al Licenciado Don Rodrigo de Miranda, Alcalde la Casa y Corte, para lo que ha de observar en la jornada de la Reina nuestra señora. adereço de caminos, disposicion de los necessario en las Ciudades, y Villas de los transitos, alojamientos y provision de mantenimientos para su Magestad, Casa Real, y la Corte que la viene acompañando. [sigue en manuscrito:] Memoria de las Criadas y Criados de su Magestad que salen este viaje con la casa de la Reyna a seguir a su Magestad a uno de los puertos de España este año de 1689, carruaje que les toca y mantenimientos que seran necesarios en el viaje. Palacio septiembre

      Madrid, s. i., 1689 - 32x22 cm. 4 folios numerados, + 4 hojas manuscritas. 39 líneas. Buen estado de conservación salvo la perdida de una porción de un centímetro cuadrado en el margen de la primera hoja. Conserva todos sus márgenes naturales. La reina Mariana de Neoburg, esposa de Carlos II, llegó a El Ferrol el 26 de marzo de 1690, procedente de Inglaterra. Unos meses antes (septiembre de 1689) en palacio se hacían los preparativos para el viaje que la reina y su corte efectuaría desde el puerto de llegada (Santander) hasta Madrid. Rarísima descripción impresa en forma de instrucción, de los preparativos que habrán de hacerse para el viaje y pernoctaciones de la reina y su cortejo. Se encarga a Rodrigo de Miranda que efectúe el viaje "para que en los caminos señale por los parages donde han de ir los coches lo que fuere necessario allanar, y ensanchar ". Se indican los tramos del viaje y lugares donde pernoctarán: Santander, Cortes, Reinosa, Aguilar de Campo Continúa con las disposiciones sobre los palacios o casas, su limpieza y olor ambiental, limpieza de las calles, etc. etc. Pasa luego a enumerar los avituallamientos necesarios " han de estar prevenidos carneros, y vacas muertos, y vivos para que si se necessitare se vayan matando Si algun dia fuere vigilia, se hara la prevencion de pescados salados, escaveches, huevos ". Sigue la autentificación del impreso por el escribano real Manuel Alonso de Piña, con su firma autógrafa y la fecha de 28 de septiembre de 1689. A continuación, se acompaña de la citada lista manuscrita de las personas, criados y otros cargos que acompañarán a la reina, hasta un total de 320 personas, cada una de ellas enumerada con su cargo (camareros, mayordomos, meninos y meninas, cocineros, servicio de cocina ), y la lista de alimentos y productos necesarios para alimentar a la real comitiva. No en Palau. No en catálogo de Patrimonio Bibliográfico Español. No en Alenda y Mira.

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        Lipsia, seu originum libri IV. Cum quibusdam additamentis, curante Adamo Rechenberg.

      Merseburg, Reinhard Waechtler 1689.. Mit gest. Titel. 31 Bll., 516 S., 11 Bll., 47 S., 2 Bll. (le. w.). Prgt. d. Zt.. VD17 23:305928H. Erman-Horn II, 11688a. - Erste (Merseburger) Ausgabe der "Ersten Geschichte Leipzigs" (ADB XXV, 324) aus der Feder des kursächsischen Kanzlers David Pfeifer (1530-1602), die auch J. F. Franks "Panegyricus secularis" enthält. Im Jahre 1689 waren drei (eine undatierte) Ausgaben ungefähr gleichzeitig erschienen (siehe VD17 32:699854V; 23:305928H; 39:126759F) und eine im Jahre 1700 (23:242064C). Siehe ausführlich: Fiammetta Palladini, La biblioteca di Samuel Pufendorf: catalogo dell'asta di Berlin del settembre 1697. - Einband gering fleckig. Titel mit Ausriss (nur geringer Textverlust), papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, sonst sehr schönes Exemplar.

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        "Il Corso del Fiume Reno d'Allemagna, dalla Mosella fino el Mare".

      . Kupferstich mit altem Grenzkolorit von Giacomo Cantelli, dat. 1689, 43 x 56,5 cm.. Der Rheinlauf von Rüdesheim bis zur Mündung. Dargestellt ist das Gebiet von Amiens im Westen bis Kassel im Osten und Jever im Norden. Mit schöner Wappenkartusche mit Allegorie des Vaters Rhein und gestochener Widmung.

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        Konvolut von 32 Blatt. 1689, 1691, 1704, 1712, 1717, 1718, 1722, 1723, 1754, 1755, 1757, 1758, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1767, 1768, 1770, 1771, 1772, 1774, 1775, 1776, 1777, 1778, 1781, 1783, 1792, 1793, 1793, 1796, 1797.

      Zürich, Gesellschaft der Constaffleren im Zeughaus zu Zürich, 1689-1797. Lose Blatt, Teilweise fingerfleckig, stockfleckig, wenige Blätter am Rande eingerissen, ein Bl. (1691) knapp beschnitten (Textverlust) Preis in CHF: 1210. Kupfertafeln von Johannes Meyer, Johann Melchior Füssli, J. Rod. Holzhalb, J. B. Bullinger. - Die Gesellschaft der Constaffler gab von 1689-1798 Neujahrsblätter (Einblattdrucke) heraus. Themen: Artillerie, Exerzieren, Manöver im Feld, Festungswesen, Schiesslehre, Geschütze, Zeughauswesen, Pulverherstellung - häufig in Verbindung mit zürcherischen Ansichten.

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        THE ANGLER&#39;S VADE MECUM: Or, a Compendious, yet full, Discourse of Angling:

      London, printed for T. Bassett and W. Brown, 1689.. London, printed for T. Bassett and W. Brown, 1689.. discovering the aptest methods and ways, exactest rules, properest baits, and choicest experiments for the catching of all manner of fresh water fish. Together with a brief discourse of fish-ponds, and not only the easiest, but most palatable ways of dressing all sorts of fish, whether belonging to rivers or ponds; and the laws concerning angling, and the preservation of such fish. SECOND EDITION, very much enlarged, 1689. Small 8vo, approximately 160 x 95 mm, 6¼ x 3¾ inches, 2 engraved plates of fish, pages: [8], 1-326, [10] - Table, and last page has Advertisment for fishing tackle etc., and Errata, bound in full modern panelled calf with blind decoration to covers, maroon gilt lettered label between raised bands to spine, gilt date at the bottom of spine has been mistakenly done as 1698 instead of 1689, new endpapers, edges red. Covers slighty sprung, title page dusty and with small repairs to edges and corners, page 216 has a corner neatly repaired which has run into the text and affects the odd letter but easily understood, small repair to bottom margin of 1 plate, not affecting images, tiny nicks to several margins, a few small repairs to margins not affecting text, pale age-browning throughout, bookplate to verso of title page, tiny ink splash to 1 lower margin, otherwise a very good copy. See: Westwood and Satchell, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, A Catalogue of Books on Angling, pages 59-60; The Library of John Gerard Heckscher, page 60 No 448. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Holy Bible Containing the old Testamen

      Oxford, 1689. Oxford, 1689. The Holy Bible Containing the old Testament and the new newly translated out of the original tongues and with the formers translations diligently compared and revised, by His Majesties special command Oxford Thomas Guy, 1689. Bound with - The New Testament of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ newly translated out of the original Greek, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Oxford Peter Parker, 1689. [woodcut of theatre on title page]. Bound with - The Whole Book of Psalms in metre. Rare Oxford bible printed at the time of the accession of King William III and Queen Mary, with contemporary ownership signatures and annotation 8vo.Contemporary black morocco, with simple panel & corner device on each cover, spine highly gilt, raised bands. Top of spine carefully renewed (probably by Bayntun) Rubbed but still quite attractive. Lacking leaf Oo2, some fore margins trimmed at M2-3 with loss of some marginalia, Yy2 paper loss at margin with loss of marginalia, bottom right margins cut C-F4 of psalms with loss of marginalia. Some pages wrinkled. Quite a clean copy. Collation: Ad 1-2: A-Dddd8; Ad 3: A- E8, F4. Refs: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996); B2353A; Darlow & Moule (1968) # 812 (642). ESTC locates four copies: British Library; Canterbury Cathedral; Oxford University Bodleian; Oxford University Regent's Park College. OCLC: One copy located in North America. Provenance: "Memorand: Ye Geo: Payne...Ann his wife was marryed on the fourteenth day of November 1689" (in ink on verso of NT title page); Sam Payne, his book 1722; (ink signature on flyleaf); P.LD. Acland bookplate; Bayntun, 1979 (note in pencil on last

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        Les Vrayes Centuries et Propheties de Maistre Michel Nostradamus : Ou se void represente tout ce, qui s'est passe tant en France, Espagne, Italie, Alemagne, Angleterre, qu'autres parties du monde. Reveues & corrigees suivant les Editions imprimees a Lyon l'an 1644. & a Amsterdam l'an 1668. Avec la vie de l'Autheur.

      Köln, Jean Volcker, 1689,. 8vo. 16 Bl., 200 S., 20 Bl. Ldr. d. Zeit auf 5 Bünden m. rotem RSchild. u. Rückenvergoldung. Innen- u. Stehkantenergoldung, Buntpapiervorsätze, Rotschnitt.. VD17 3:008040T. - Seltene Kölner Ausgabe der berühmten Weissagungen des Michel Nostradamus (1503-1556), laut Weller, Druckorte allerdings angeblich in Holland gedruckt, das Vorwort ist von der Ausgabe Amsterdam 1668 übernommen. Mit ausführlichem Register. - Rücken berieben, oben u. unten m. kl. Fehlstellen, Gelenke m. kl. Anplatzung, Ecken bestoßen. Vereinzelt winzige Braunflecke. Ansprechender Band.

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        L'ayman mystique. Clef de la véritable sagesse, trouvée dans les opérations de l'ayman vulgaire.

      Paris, Quinet 1689 - In-12 [145 x 79 mm]. Collation : (12), 144 pp. Basane, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.) Seule édition. "L'aimant guide les hommes dans la recherche des trésors de la terre. Pour son aide à la navigation "il n'y a plus de terres qui nous soient inaccessibles, quelques éloignées qu'on se puisse les imaginer." Urbain Souchu de Rennefort a été secrétaire de la Compagnie des Indes orientales. Dans cette très curieuse monographie, il expose les propriétés mystérieuses de l'aimant, ses différents usages et fait un parallèle entre l'aimant et la personne de Jésus-Christ. L'un et l'autre, mystérieux, ont autant de puissance pour retenir que pour attirer. Très rare. 2 exemplaires seulement au CCF : BNF et Rouen. No copy in OCLC. Quoted in Mottelay, Bibliographical history of electricity and magnetism, p. 554, in books "which have not before been especially mentioned herein and which are deemed worthy of perusal." Reliure restaurée. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS

      London printed for Thos. Basset 1689 - First edition. 8vo, full contemporary calf. 729, advertisement. Engraved bookplate pasted in. A desirable copy in this period binding. Including, on page 14, a poem dedicated to "my dear and most worthy friend," Isaac Walton. Cotton and Walton co-authored what is perhaps the most famous fishing book of all time, entitled THE COMPLEAT ANGLER. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Monasterivm. Münster

      Amsterdam, Leti, Gregorio, 1689. "Monasterium. Münster". Orig. Kupferstich, J. Janssonius bei G. Letti, Amsterdam, 1689. Vogelschauansicht von Münster. Mit gest. Titel, 2 gr. Wappen und Erklärungen (1.-36.). 39,5:49,5 cm..

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        Le jeu des eschets

      Jacques le Febure, Paris 1689 - 343 pages. Duodecimo (5 ½¿ x 3 ¼¿). Bound in leather with raised spine bands and gilt to spine. Originally written in 1619 in Italian. From the library of Lothar Schmid. [Biblioteca van Der Niemeijeriana: 400] Third French edition. Gioachino Greco, also known as Il Calabrese, was born around 1600 in Celico, which near Cosenza in Calabria. Calabria had already produced such players as Leonardo di Bono and Michele di Mauro. From his writing it's apparent the he wasn't educated and likely came from a lower class family. Already in 1619, Greco started keeping a notebook of tactics and particularly clever games and he took up the custom of giving copies of his manuscripts to his wealthy patrons. In Rome Monsignor Corsino della casa Minutoli Tegrini, Cardinal Savelli and Monsignor Francisco Buoncompagni all received copies (of which there are extant copies, dated 1620 in the Corsiniana library in Rome, under the title, Trattato del nobilissimo gioco de scacchi). Despite his popularity in Rome, in 1621 Greco took off to test himself against the rest of Europe leaving this paper trail as he went. In 1621 he left a fine copy of his manuscripts with Duke Enrico of Lorraine in Nancy. He traveled to Paris where he played Arnauld (Isaac) de Corbeville, Enrico di Savoia (the Marquis of St. Sorlin and the Duke of Nemours and Geneva) and others. He had apparently been quite successful because in traveling from Paris to England he was waylaid by robbers who divested him of 5,000 scudi, a princely sum. Finally making it to London, he beat all the best players. Sir Francis Godolphin and Nicholas Mountstephen were given copies of his manuscripts. While in London, Greco developed an idea to record entire games, rather than positions, for study and inclusion in his manuscripts. He returned to Paris in 1624 where he rewrote his manuscript collection to reflect his new ideas. He then went to Spain and played at the court of Philip IV. There he beat his mentor and the strongest player of the time (other than himself), don Mariano Morano. He finally returned to Italy where he was enticed to traveling to the New Indies, the Americas, by a Spanish nobleman. He seemingly contracted some disease there and died around 1630 (possibly 1634) at the young age of 30 (34). He generously left all the money he earned at chess to the Jesuits. Gioachino Greco stood head and shoulders above his contemporaries, a feat seldom duplicated. David Hooper, in The Oxford Companion to Chess, states that Greco probably made up the games in his manuscripts. The question of whether he actually played the games or invented them is rather moot since if he invented them, he was perfectly capable of playing them. Lothar Maximilian Lorenz Schmid (10 May 1928 ¿ 18 May 2013) was a German chess grandmaster. He was born in Radebeul near Dresden into a family who were the co-owners of the Karl May Press, which published the German Karl May adventure novels. He was best known as the chief arbiter at several World Chess Championship matches, in particular the 1972 encounter between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky at Reykjavic. He was also an avid collector of chess books and paraphernalia. It was reputed that he owned the largest known private chess library in the world, as well as a renowned collection of chess art, chess boards and chess pieces from around the globe. Condition: Leather rubbed and scuffed, Lothar Schmid's label to front paste down. Spine label missing, spine bands rubbed, old neat signature to title, some doodling to back end papers else a good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pub. Ovidii Nasonis Operum

      Lugdoni - Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, et Claudium Rigaud, 1689. Lugdoni - Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, et Claudium Rigaud, 1689 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce seventeenth-century edition of the works of Roman poet, Ovid. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece and decorative headpiece to the start of the text. In Latin. Final few pages of the text have been misnumbered as 659-676 rather than 569-576, but the text is continuous. Volume I of a four-volume set only. Condition: In a calf binding with gilt detailing. Externally, worn, with rubbing to extremities and loss to the head and tail of the spine. Joints have failed, and both boards are detached. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean, considering the age of the volume, but with the occasional instances of foxing. Overall:FAIR due to detached boards.

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        Le jeu des eschets

      Paris: Jacques le Febure, 1689. 343 pages. Duodecimo (5 ½" x 3 ¼"). Bound in leather with raised spine bands and gilt to spine. Originally written in 1619 in Italian. From the library of Lothar Schmid. [Biblioteca van Der Niemeijeriana: 400] Third French edition.Gioachino Greco, also known as Il Calabrese, was born around 1600 in Celico, which near Cosenza in Calabria. Calabria had already produced such players as Leonardo di Bono and Michele di Mauro. From his writing it's apparent the he wasn't educated and likely came from a lower class family. Already in 1619, Greco started keeping a notebook of tactics and particularly clever games and he took up the custom of giving copies of his manuscripts to his wealthy patrons. In Rome Monsignor Corsino della casa Minutoli Tegrini, Cardinal Savelli and Monsignor Francisco Buoncompagni all received copies (of which there are extant copies, dated 1620 in the Corsiniana library in Rome, under the title, Trattato del nobilissimo gioco de scacchi). Despite his popularity in Rome, in 1621 Greco took off to test himself against the rest of Europe leaving this paper trail as he went. In 1621 he left a fine copy of his manuscripts with Duke Enrico of Lorraine in Nancy. He traveled to Paris where he played Arnauld (Isaac) de Corbeville, Enrico di Savoia (the Marquis of St. Sorlin and the Duke of Nemours and Geneva) and others. He had apparently been quite successful because in traveling from Paris to England he was waylaid by robbers who divested him of 5,000 scudi, a princely sum. Finally making it to London, he beat all the best players. Sir Francis Godolphin and Nicholas Mountstephen were given copies of his manuscripts. While in London, Greco developed an idea to record entire games, rather than positions, for study and inclusion in his manuscripts. He returned to Paris in 1624 where he rewrote his manuscript collection to reflect his new ideas. He then went to Spain and played at the court of Philip IV. There he beat his mentor and the strongest player of the time (other than himself), don Mariano Morano. He finally returned to Italy where he was enticed to traveling to the New Indies, the Americas, by a Spanish nobleman. He seemingly contracted some disease there and died around 1630 (possibly 1634) at the young age of 30 (34). He generously left all the money he earned at chess to the Jesuits. Gioachino Greco stood head and shoulders above his contemporaries, a feat seldom duplicated. David Hooper, in The Oxford Companion to Chess, states that Greco probably made up the games in his manuscripts. The question of whether he actually played the games or invented them is rather moot since if he invented them, he was perfectly capable of playing them.Lothar Maximilian Lorenz Schmid (10 May 1928 ? 18 May 2013) was a German chess grandmaster. He was born in Radebeul near Dresden into a family who were the co-owners of the Karl May Press, which published the German Karl May adventure novels. He was best known as the chief arbiter at several World Chess Championship matches, in particular the 1972 encounter between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky at Reykjavic. He was also an avid collector of chess books and paraphernalia. It was reputed that he owned the largest known private chess library in the world, as well as a renowned collection of chess art, chess boards and chess pieces from around the globe.

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        SUSPIROS DE LA FRANCIA ESCLAVA que aspira a ponerse en libertad (Memoria primera, segunda y tercera).

      S.l.n.d. (Barcelona ?, 1689). - in-4. 55pp. Cartonnage moderne. Rarissime édition espagnole des "Soupirs de la France Esclave" ouvrage qui proclamait avec force le principe de la souveraineté du peuple et dont la police de Louis XIV détruisit l'édition française systématiquement. Il a été attribué au protestant Pierre Jurieu et aussi, avec plus de probabilité semble-t-il, à l'historien et théologien Michel Levassor, né vers 1648 mort exilé en Angleterre en 1718. Les "Soupirs" parurent en français sous forme de mémoires, au nombre de quinze, entre le 10 Août 1689 et le 15 Septembre 1690. La collection complète est très rare. Cette édition espagnole se compose seulement des trois premiers mémoires comme en témoigne l'exemplaire conservé à la Biblioteca Nacional, identique au nôtre. Chaque mémoire a un titre particulier : "De la Opression de la Iglesia, de los Parlamentos de la Nobleza y de las Ciudades"; "De la Opression de los Pueblos, de los Impuestos y del mal exemplo de la Hazienda" et "De los tristes efectos de la Potencia Arbitraria y Despotica de la Corte de Francia: que esta Potencia es tan despotica como el Gran Senor de los Turcos". La publication de cet ouvrage en langue espagnole sans nom d'auteur, de traducteur et sans mention de lieu ni nom d'imprimeur, n'était peut-être pas sans rapport avec la politique intérieure de l'Espagne. Le traducteur anonyme termine ainsi sa présentation de l'ouvrage:" Protesto que de quanto he visto deste genero de Papeles (y no ha sido poco) ninguno me ha llenado ni admirado mas que estas incomparables Mémoirias : no dudando yo dezir, que si de alguno se puede esperar utilidad, yà haziendo abrir los ojos para la enmienda à los culpados de lo que reprehende, o yà alentando los oprimidos à esfuerçar quanto pudieren de su parte la restauracion de la libertad; no parace imaginable que otras producciones del ingenio humano puedan conducir y ayudar à tan justificado fin". Rousseurs. Bon exemplaire. Aucun exemplaire au NUC. Palau, 325789.

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        Probier-Buchlein, darinen grundlicher Bericht vermeldet wird, wie man alle Metalle, und derselben zugeho¨rende metalische Ertze und Getochte, ein jedes auf seine Eigenschafft und Metall recht probieren soll; dessgleichen Lehr und Unterricht der rechten Probier-Ofen, Gewichten, Capellen und Flussen, zusamt angehengten Bericht aus der H. Schrifft, und Erfahrung durch Proba, was von Zeiten die alten Patriarchen, Romer und Juden , zu Babylon, Jerusalem, vor und nach der Geburt Christi bis zu dem 1569 Jahr, uür Gewichte, Schrot, Korn und Geprägen zu den alten Müntzen gebraucht und habe. Dabey befinden sich

      Leipzig: Geosse, 1689. Leipzig: Geosse. 1689. Later edition. Hardcover. Good. 1689. The first edition was 1595 and was widely reprinted. The author was master of the mint at Anhalt. Old paper covered boards, old library stamp to rear board (and withdrawal stamp). RARE early treatise meant for gold- and silversmiths. One folding plate. Digital images available upon request.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Gasparo Pietra Santa n. G. Cantelli da Vignola b. Rossi, "Paese d'Eiffel ...".

      . dat. 1689, 40,5 x 53. Mit zwei ausgemalten Kartuschen ( eine mit Putti und Wappen). Gebiet Euskirchen, Bad Breisig, Manderscheid, Prüm mit dem Ahrlauf im Kartenmittelpunkt.

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        De Jure Gladii Tractatus et de Toparchis qui Exercent id in Dioecesi..

      1689. Canon Law and Capital Punishment Matthaeus, Antonius (III) [1635-1710]. De Jure Gladii Tractatus et de Toparchis qui Exercent id in Dioecesi Ultrajectina. Leiden: Sumptu Auctoris Excudit Johannes Kellenaar, 1689. Quarto (8-1/2" x 7"). Contemporary vellum, fragment of title label to spine, edges rouged. Some soiling, spine somewhat darkened, front joint just starting at head, corners bumped, 3-1/2" x 9" piece of vellum excised from front board. Large arms of the Curia of the Holy Roman Empire to title page. Some toning, light browning in places. Faint dampstaining to head of first quarter of text block, internally clean. * Only edition. The son and grandson of distinguished jurists of the same name, Antonius Matthaeus III was a professor of law at the University of Utrecht and later its rector. De Jure Gladii is a treatise on capital crimes in canon law as applied to the diocese of Utrecht. It also addresses corporal punishment and lesser crimes. Capital punishment was complicated topic because it involved conflicts with local feudal law. (On a fundamental level, canon law forbids capital punishment, feudal law applies it to a broad spectrum of crimes.) These tensions were acute in Utrecht. Though part of the Protestant United Provinces (Dutch Republic), Utrecht was historically a Catholic center. The Church continued to be a strong presence in the seventeenth century. About 40% of the population was Catholic. This percentage was higher among elite groups. OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law libraries (Columbia, Harvard, Southern Methodist University, UC-Berkeley). Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 112 (11)..

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        Linsvm Avstriae Vulgo Lintz

      Amsterdam, Leti, Gregorio, 1689. "Linsum Avstriae Vulgo Lintz". Orig. Kupferstich von J. Janssonius nach Braun & Hogenberg bei G. Letti, Amsterdam, 1689. Gesamtansicht von Linz. Mit gest. Titel, Erklärungen (A.-S.) und Figuren vorne. 36:50 cm..

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        AN ANSWER TO TWO PAPERS, CALLED, A LORDS SPEECH WITHOUT-DOORS, AND A COMMONERS SPEECH. Wherein, The Objections Against the Present Management of Affairs are Dissolved. By a lover of his country.

      Printed, and are to be sold by most Booksellers in London and Westminster. 1689 - Small 4to. Title page + 40 pp. Later full calf by Bickers and Son, Leicester Square. Gilt title to spine with raised bands, gilt frame to upper and lower boards. Marbled endpapers with gilt dentelles. Board edges all gilt. HISTORY/THEOLOGY RELIGION HISTORY/THEOLOGY

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