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        Oel und Wein Deß Mitleidigen Samaritans Für die Wunden der Sünder. Das ist Catholische/ mit Christlichem Ernst/ geistreicher Schärpffe/ und Mildigkeit vermischte Predigen : zu Bekehrung und ewigen Heyl Der Verwundten Seelen angesehen/ Und an denen Sonn-Tägen deß gantzen Jahrs auff der Cantzel vorgetragen / Von P. Wolfgango Rauscher Der Gesellschafft Jesu Priestern und Stifft-Predigern in Unser L. Frawen Kirchen zu München (Teil 1)

      Dillingen, Bencard 1689. 32 cm. (14), 410, (18) Seiten mit gestochener Titelvignette. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln - Welzig 124 (Ausg. 1695) - Heitjan, Bencard 407 - Kosch DLL 12, 656 - VD17 12:632942D - Erstausgabe. Enthält ab S. 401 eine "Christliche Heers-Predig wider den Türcken ... im Jahr 1683". Rauscher (1641 - 1709), seit 1658 Jesuit, 1671 zum Priester geweiht, wurde 1681 Prediger in der Moritzkirche, 1684 in der Domkirche zu Augsburg. Angebunden: Rauscher, Wolfgang: Trauben-Preß Biß auff den letsten Bluts-Tropfen. Das ist Bitteres Leyden und Sterben Deß Sohns Gottes. In acht Passion-Predigen an dem Grünen Donners-Tag und Charfreytag auff der Cantzel dem glaubigen Volck fürgetragen / Von P. Wolfgango Rauscher Der Gesellschafft Jesu Priestern und Stifft-Predigern in Unser L. Frawen Kirchen zu München Dillingen, Bencard 1689. 88, (4) Seiten mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. - Heitjan, Bencard 408 - Kosch DLL 12, 656f. - VD17 12:632784K Einband etwas fleckig und berieben, durchgängig Wurmlöcher und stellenweise Verlust einzelner Buchstaben, stellenweise braunfleckig, Namenseintrag auf Titel -

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        De Jure Belli ac Pacis Libri Tres, in quibus Jus Naturae & Gentium, item Juris Publici praecipua explicantur. Cum Annotatis Auctoris, ex postrema ejus ante obitum cura. Accesserunt Annotata in Epistolam Pauli ad Philemonem, Dissertatio Mari Libero.

      Sumptibus Abrahami à Someren,, Amstelodami, 1689 - In-8° (200x115mm), pp. (10), XXXIV, 904, (16), 32, (108) di indici bicolonni degli scrittori menzionati nel testo e delle cose notabili, legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con unghie e tracce di titolo manoscritto in antico alla cuffia superiore. Tagli azzurri, sguardie in decoro policromo a piuma di pavone. Ritratti calcografico di Grozio all'antiporta e frontespizio egualmente in calcografia con varie figurazioni allegoriche. Titolo in rosso e nero con marca tipografica con una sfera armillare tra il Tempo ed Ercole ed il motto "Indefessus agendo". Capilettera ornati, privilegi preliminari e riproduzione della dedica di Grozio a Luigi XIII; il testo di Grozio reca, in calce, su due colonne, le annotazioni di Johannes Fredericus Gronovius (1611-1671). Ottimo esemplare con usuali quanto leggere bruniture. Firme ottocentesche e novecentesche di privato possesso. Bella ristampa di Amsterdam del capolavoro di Grozio, opera fondante del giusnaturalismo moderno (l'opera occupa le pp. 1-903), seguita da altre opere del grande giurista olandese: "Commentatio in Epistolam Pauli Apostoli ad Philemonem", "De Mari Libero", "De Aequitate, Indulgentia, et Facilitate, Liber singularis" (il trattato era stato dato alla luce da Nicolas Blankaart; "Nicolaus Blancardus, Belga-Leidensis, è codice autoris descripsit, & vulgavit"). Il "De Jure Belli" fu steso da Grozio nel periodo del suo esilio parigino e dato alle stampe nel 1625 per i tipi di Nicolas Buon; in una serrata indagine sui fondamenti dell'autorità statale Grozio confuta le basi teologiche della stessa e, in un'età lacerata dalle guerre di religione, cerca invece di porla su principi razionali e naturali. Il diritto pubblico, nella sistematizzazione di Grozio, diventa una scienza deduttiva simile alla matematica; lo stato di natura, con l'associazione tra individui fondata sulle mere leggi naturali, precede sempre e comunque lo stato politico, che, tuttavia, nel suo costituirsi, deve ispirarsi al modello naturale rispettandone le leggi di base. Scrive il P.M.M.: "This wat the first attempt to lay down a principle of right, and a basis for society and government, outside Church and Scripture". Fra le scritture che seguono il "De Jure Belli ac Pacis" è particolarmente importante il "De Mari Libero", grande classico del diritto marittimo internazionale impresso per la prima volta nel 1609. L'opera, importantissima summa delle teorie groziane sulla libertà di navigazione e di commercio, fu concepita come capitolo del "De Jure Praedae", un libro scritto nel 1606 ma rimasto inedito sino al 1868. Avvalendosi di raffinate argomentazioni attinte alle teorie giusnaturalistiche, Grozio caldeggia la libertà di navigazione delle nazioni, segnatamente dell'Olanda, i cui pescatori operavano in prossimità delle coste inglesi, e della Compagnia Olandese delle Indie Orientali, ingaggiata in una disputa territoriale nei Caraibi con i mercanti portoghesi. Da notare che il volume fu aspramente attaccato da Selden nel suo "Mare Clausum". In seguito la disputa avrebbe avuto importanti implicazioni economiche, in quanto la Repubblica Olandese sostenne l'idea del libero scambio nonostante avesse imposto il proprio monopolio sul commercio della noce moscata e dei chiodi di garofano alle isole Molucche, mentre L'Inghilterra nel 1651 adottò il Navigation Act, con il quale consentì l'ingresso nel paese solo dei prodotti trasportati dalle navi inglesi; tali dispute connerciali condussero allo scoppio della Prima Guerra Anglo-Olandese (1652 -1654). Cfr. Sapori, 1465. P.M.M., 125. Ter Meulen / Diermanse, Bibliographie de Grotius, passim.

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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        [Title in Greek.] Cebetis Thebani Tabula, Græce & Latine, multis in locis restituta ex MSS. codicibus, unde etiam Græca in fine reposita ab Jacobo Gronovio, cuius accedunt notæ & emendationes

      Amsterdam: apud Henricum Westenium 1689 First edition as edited by the Dutch scholar Jakob Gronovius. This famous allegory of the life of man, known as "Pinax" or the "Table" of Cebes and long popular as a school text, was originally ascribed to a Pythagorean follower of Socrates; it is now assigned to a later date, as it contains element of the Stoic philosophy of the Roman empire. This edition by Gronovius, making use of several additional manuscripts, was the best critical text yet produced. Contemporary calf, panelled in blind, brown morocco label. . Small octavo. Parallel Greek and Latin texts. The Latin translation by Wolf was first opubkished in 1560. Joints a bit rubbed. Ink signature on the front flyleaf of Robert Raymond, dated 1692 (see DNB); Raymond was then a student at Christ's College, Cambridge, and went on to become Lord Chief Justice. A very good copy of an uncommon book. Gronovius was an industrious classicist, who produced a massive thesaurus of Greek antiquities in thirteen folio volumes (1687-1702), and became involved in a dispute with Bentley. Dibdin quotes Harwood as describing his edition of Cebes as "very correct and beautiful.

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
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        A Third Volume Of Sermons Preached By the Late Reverend and Learned Thomas Manton in Two Parts

      London: Printed for William Marshal, 1689. There is a moisture spill stain to part of the first 54 pages. The binding is quite worn and scuffed with hinges cracked. For the most part this book is very bright and clean and has very little foxing. It contains a total of 911 pages including 9 pages of index etc. and 10 pages of frontispiece, titles, dedicatories, etc. The first part is sermons on the eleventh chapter of Hebrews with a treatise of the life of faiths. The second part is a treatise of self denial with several sermons on the sacrament of the Lord's Supper and other occasions.. Full-Leather. Illus. by Frontispiece Only. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        The history of the most illustrious William, Prince of Orange : deduc'd from the first founders of the ancient House of Nassau: together with the most considerable actions of the present prince

      [S.l. : s.n.], Printed in the year 1689 - Physical desc.: [4], 144, [8] p ; 12mo. Notes: Signatures: A-M in alternate 8's and 4's, N4, O[sup]2. Title within double line border. Subject: William III, King of England, 1650-1702, - Early works to 1800. Orange-Nassau, House of, - Early works to 1800. Netherlands, - History , - Wars of Independence, 1556-1648, - Early works to 1800. Related item: Referenced by: ESTC: r215241. Wing : H 2171. James Cat : 2889. Final leaf (table/contents last page) guillotined with minor textual loss. Finely and [period] sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt cross-band with the title blocked direct in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 144 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LATE PROCEEDINGS, THE - AND VOTES OF THE PARLIAMEMT OF SCOTLAND; CONTAINED IN AN ADDRESS DELIVERED TO THE KING

      Andrew Hepburn, Printer, Glascow 1689 - 46pp., an original pamphlet bound with blank sheets in later 3/4 leather and marbled boards from the PITCAIRN'S collection with BLANKS LEFT for the subjects names, I assume to protect the innocent. The blanks are filled in apparently scribed by PITCAIRN, .a nice piece. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        The Muses Farewell to Popery and Slavery... WITH A Supplement

      London: N.R H.F. And J.K (Nathaniel Ranew + Henry Faithorne + John Kersey), 1689 The Muses Farewell to Popery and Slavery or a Collection of Miscellany Poems, Satyrs, Songs etc Made by the Most Eminent Wits of the Nation, as the Shams, Intreagues, and Plots of Priests and Jesuits gave occasion, (5), 144 pp. BOUND WITH A Supplement to the Collection of Miscellany Poems against Popery and Slavery, London, 1689, (3), 95 pp, with 2 lines of ink notes to margins of page 94. Bound in fairly recent blue half leather with blue silk boards, small mark to top cover inside corner, edges very lightly rubbed. Spine has raised bands, title in gilt. Internally, marbled endpapers, new endpapers, NO dedications etc, small mark to endpaper where a book label has been removed. A superb copy of a very rare title which does not come to light very often and then rarely with the supplement!. (ESTC R19207)(ESTC R28188 Supplement) Wing M3140 & S6186

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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. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Tabula Exhibens Novam Franciam et Louisianam

      [Nuremberg: 1689]. Engraved map, 7¾ x 12¾ inches. Near fine. Matted and laid into a black cloth box, with black morocco lettering piece. An extremely rare German edition of Father Louis Hennepin's landmark map of North America, a foundation for the mapping of Louisiana, the Mississippi and the Great Lakes. This version of the map was issued with the 1689 Nuremberg edition of Hennepin's work, and the cartouche translated from French into Latin. As in the original, the German map shows the significant new details of the upper headwaters of the Mississippi. By removing the extraneous European continent, the German map focuses solely on North America and even tends to magnify the Great Lakes region. Hennepin's map is the first to use the name Louisiana, and the Atlantic Ocean is called Mare Canadense. "[It shows] for the first time La Louisiane, Sault de St. Antoine de Padou (on the site of present-day Minneapolis), and Lac de Pleurs [Lake of Tears], present Lake Pepin. A faint dotted line indicating the surmised course of the lower Mississippi River is approximately located" (Schwartz & Ehrenberg). This line is of particular note. As Wheat points out, La Salle and later French cartographers recorded the course of the river as progressing further west, making Hennepin's map remarkably accurate in this regard for its time. As a significant version of one of the best cartographical depictions to that date of the Great Lakes region and the upper Mississippi, it is surprising that this German edition of Hennepin's map has been overlooked by most carto-bibliographers. "An important cartographic stepping stone...[presenting] vast new knowledge" (Wheat). (For the 1683 edition of the map): Schwartz & Ehrenberg, p.130; Wheat 62. (For the 1689 text and map): European Americana 689/94; Howes H415; JCB (4):207; Harrisse (NF) 163; Sabin 31364.

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        TABULA EXHIBENS NOVAM FRANCIAM ET LOUISIANAM

      [Nuremberg. 1689].. Engraved map, 7 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches. Near fine. Matted and laid into a folding cloth box. The extremely rare German edition of Father Louis Hennepin's landmark map of North America, from his DESCRIPTION DE LA LOUISIANE.... This version of the map was issued with the 1689 Nuremberg edition of Hennepin's work, and the cartouche translated from French into Latin. As in the original, the German map shows the significant new details of the upper headwaters of the Mississippi. By removing the extraneous European continent, the German map focuses solely on North America and even tends to magnify the Great Lakes region. Hennepin's map was the first to use the name Louisiana, and the Atlantic Ocean is called "Mare Canadense." "[It shows] for the first time La Louisiane, Sault de St. Antoine de Padou (on the site of present-day Minneapolis), and Lac de Pleurs [Lake of Tears], present Lake Pepin. A faint dotted line indicating the surmised course of the lower Mississippi River is approximately located" - Schwartz & Ehrenberg. This line is of particular note. As Wheat points out, La Salle and later French cartographers recorded the course of the river as progressing further west, making Hennepin's map remarkably accurate in this regard for its time. As a significant version of one of the best cartographical depictions to that date of the Great Lakes region and the upper Mississippi, it is surprising that this German edition of Hennepin's map has been overlooked by most carto-bibliographers. "An important cartographic stepping stone...[presenting] vast new knowledge" - Wheat. An extremely rare edition of a highly important map of North America. 1683 edition of the map: SCHWARTZ & EHRENBERG, p.130. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 62. 1689 text and map: EUROPEAN AMERICANA 689/94. HOWES H415. JCB (4):207. HARRISSE NOUVELLE FRANCE 163. SABIN 31364.

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        Plinianae Exercitationes in Caji Julii Solini Polyhistora [Polyhistor]...[with] Exercitationes de Homonymis Hyles Iatricae Numquam Antehac Editae, ut et De Manna et Saccharo

      Johannes vande Water et al, Trajecti ad Rhenum (Utrecht), 1689. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. 3 volumes in 2 in contemporary paneled calf, worn at corners, joints cracked but cords still attached though a little worn. Including the added third volume. Salmasius's celebrated edition of Solinus wherein he elucidates Solinus's debt to Pliny in great detail. Salmasius succeeded Joseph Scaliger in Leiden in 1631 and continued to publish, but his work on Solinus, first published in 1629 and here in the superior second edition, remained his great work of scholarship. Browning, scattered foxing, heavy in spots, a few in text illustrations of diagrams and botanicals, some light creases early in both volumes, generally clean and very good internally. Nice impression of the title page vignette in volume 3. blank, title, (46),625;blank, title,(625) - 943,156, errata; title,(8),259,20pp. Size: Folio. 2-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: History; Ancient (BC); Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042409. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        EXACT COLLECTION OF THE DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, Held at Westminster, October 21. 1680. Prorogued the Tenth, and Dissolved the Eighteenth of January Following. With the Debates of the House of Commons at Oxford, Assembled March 21. 1680. Also a Just and Modest Vindication of the Proceedings of the Said Parliament

      London: R. Baldwin, 1689. First thus, with the addition of the ‘Just and Modest Vindication’, the less common Baldwin imprint. ‘Just and Modest Vindication’ preceded by separate title-page dated 1689. 8vo, full near contemporary calf, the boards with double fillet-line gilt borders and blind stippled edges, the spine with raised bands double ruled in gilt, one compartment with a brown morocco label lettered in blind. [8], 464 [ie 456, mispaginated as described by Wing] pp. Internally a very nice copy with just expected mellowing or toning, more so on the prelims, in all quite fresh and solid, the binding with some age-wear, the upper hinge cracked with the board nearly detached, lower hinge starting, easily restored. FIRST EDITION. DEBATES OF THE LAST PARLIAMENT OF CHARLES II REIGN ON HIS SUCCESSION AND WHETHER OR NOT JAMES II, A ROMAN CATHOLIC, SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO BECOME KING. The debates were first published by Baldwin in 1680, this 1689 edition is the second printing of the debates, expanded, and is the first to include the Vindication which was in answer to the King’s 1681 dissolution of Parliament. The reprinting was in response to the “Glorious Revolution” in which James II was overthrown by a union of Parliamentarians. The Vindication was probably written by Sir William Jones in collaboration with Lord John Somers and Algernon Sidney, though it has also been ascribed to Robert Ferguson in some sources. Jones was the most famous attorney of his day and had prosecuted the victims of the Oates Plot in 1678. In 1680 he was sent to the House of Commons by Plymouth where he was instrumental in the passing of the Exclusion Bill.

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        An Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government of England, From the First Times to the End of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. With A Vindication of the Antient Way of Parliaments . . . from some Manuscript Notes of John Selden. Wing S2428

      Printed for John Starkey [etc.] London 1689 - Contemporary speckled, panelled calf, rebacked, somewhat rubbed and scraped and some browning, mainly lightish, else a very good crisp copy The work establishing the reputation of Bacon, the half-brother of Francis Bacon, probably based on notes collected by John Selden, highly influential and "argu[ing] with unrelenting force an anti-royalist ideology of enormous political power"

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        Sermon Preach'd to the Protestants of Ireland Etc and Others

      England: Various Publishers, 1689. Omnibus volume of various sermons preached 1688-1690 in England by various religious men. Most of the sermons of an anti-roman catholic nature. 19 sermons altogether averaging about 30 pages each. Also includes two catalogues of sermons and other publications of the time. A list of the sermon's authors publishers and dates follow. A sermon preach'd to the Protestants of Ireland by the Bishop of Tuam, pub by Robert Clavel 1689. The Royal Martyr lamented in a sermon preached at the Savoy on King Charles the Martyr's Day 1674-5. by Gilbert Burnet pub by Luke Meredith 1689. Subjection for conscience-sake asserted in a sermon preached at Covent Garden-church December the Sixth 1674 by Gilbert Burnet, pub by Luke Meredith 1689. A Sermon preached in the Chappel of St James before his highness the Prince of Orange the 23rd of December 1688 by Gilbert Burnet, pub by Richard Chiswell 1689. There follows a 3 page catalogue of books lately printed for Richard Chiswell. A Sermon preached before the House of Commons on the 31st of January 1688 by Gilbert Burnet, pub by John Starkey and Richard Chiswell 1689. A Sermon preached at the Coronation of William 111 and Mary 11 King and Queen of England France and Ireland by gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury, pub by John Starkey and Richard Chiswell 1689. There follow a 3 page catalogue of books printed for John Starkey and Richard Chiswell. A Sermon preached before the House of Peers in the Abbey of Westminister on the 5th of November 1689 by Gilbert Lord bishop of Sarum, pub by Richard Chiswell 1689. A Sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons november 5th 1689 by Paul Birch, pub by E. Jones 1689. An Exhortation to Peace and Union in a Sermon preached at St Lawrence Jury on tuesday the 26th of November 1689 by Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum, pub by Richard Chiswell 1689. There follows a 2 page catalogue of books from Richard Chiswell. A Sermon preached before the king and Queen at White Hall on Christmas Day 1689 by Gilber Lord Bishop of Sarum, pub by Richard Chiswell 1690. A sermon preached at St Paul's Covent Garden on the Day of Thanksgiving Jan 31st 1688 by Simon Patrick, pub by Richard Bentley 1689. A Sermon preached before the Queen at White-hall March 1 1688-9 by Simon Patrick Dean of Peterburgh, pub by Richard Chiswell 1689. Two Sermons: one against Murmuring the other against Censuring Preached at St Paul's Covent Garden by S. Patrick Rector there, pub by Richard Chiswell 1689. A Sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall feb 22nd 1688-9 by Edw. Stillingfleet, pub by Henry Mortlocke 1689. A Sermon against Self Love preached before the honourable house of Commons on the 5th of June 1689 by Thomas Tenison, pub by Richard Chiswell 1689. there follows a 2 page Chiswell catalogue. A Sermon preached before the king and Queen at Whitehall Dec 8th 1689 by Edward Pelling Chaplain to his grace the Duke of Somerset, pub by Walter Kettilby 1690. Scripture and Tradition compared in a Sermon preached at Guild Hall Chapel nov 27 1687 by Edward Stillingfleet, pub by Henry Mortlock The Second Edition 1688. A Sermon exhorting to Union in Religion preached at Bow Church May 20th by E. Young and published at the desire of the auditory by Walter Kettilby 1688. There follows 8 pages of a catalogue of sermons. An Exhortation to Charity and a Word of Comfort to the Irish Prostestants being a sermon preached at Steeple in Dorsetshire Upon occasion of the collection of relief of the poor protestants in this kingdom lately fled from Ireland by Samuel Bold Rector there, pub by Awnsham Churchill 1689. Bound in dark brown decorated leather in the late 17th or early 18th century style. The spine has been recently recased to match. Interesting volume of bound sermons . 1st Ed. Full Leather. Very Good. Octavo.

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        17 Fast Day and Thanksgiving Sermons 1689-1704 Preached before the Queen, the House of Commons, the King, et. al

      London. 1689-1704. Hardcover. Good. 17 original manuscript bound together in contemporary tan calf. small 4to, Approx 500 pages all together. Front board detached but generally in good condition with expected rubbing wear to edge and corners. Contents: 1. "A Sermon Preached before the Queen at White-Hall, On the 16th day of July, 1690. Being the Monthly Fast" (Gilbert) 2. A Sermon Against Self- Love, &c. Preached before the House of Commons, on ghte 5th day of June, 1689, being th Fast-Day" (Tenison) 3. "A Sermon Preached before the Lord Mayor and Court Aldermen at the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul on Friday the Fourth of April, 1701" (Butler) 4. "A Sermon Preach'd before the Right Honorable Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of London at the Cathedral of Saint Paul, January the 18th, 1703/4" (Blackmall) 5. "A Sermon Preached Before the House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, 5th of April, 1699 (Smalwood) 6. "A Sermon Preached Before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, January the XXXth, 1691/2" (Sherlock) 7. "A Sermon Preached Before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster January 30, 1694" (Birch) 8. "A Sermon Preached Before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster January 30, 1702/3, being the annual fast of the Martyrdom..." (Delaune); 9. "A Sermon Preached Before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster on the 31st of January, 1688, being the aThanksgiving-Day..." (Burnet); 10. "A Thanksgiving Sermon for the Peace" (1697, Brady) 11. ""A Sermon Preached before the Queen at the Cathedral of St. Paul, On the Seventh of September, 1704" (Sherlock) 12. "A Sermon Preached before the King at St. James, April 16 1696 (John, Bishop of Norwich) 13. "A Sermon Preached Before the House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, 16th of April, 1696 (Barton) 14. "A Sermon Preach's at the Cathedral Church of Worcester on Thanksgiving Day April 16 1696 (Talbot) 15. "A Sermon Preached at White Hall on Sunday September 8, 1695" (Adams) 16. "A Sermon Preached Before the House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, November the 5th 1696 (Adams) 17. "A Sermon Preached for Their Majesties at Whitehall, Fifth of November 1689" 18. "A Sermon Preached before the House of Peers... 5th of November 1689 (Gilbert) 19. "A Sermon Preached Before the House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, May the 29th 1701 (Atterburt)

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        Telluris theoria sacra: orbis nostri originem & mutationes generales, quas aut jam subiit, aut olim subiturus est, complectens. Libri duo posteriores de conflagratione mundi et de futuro rerum statu

      Londini: Typis R.N. Impensis Gualt. Kettilby, 1689. Books 3 and 4 only; quarto (slightly shorter than 20 cm.), [9 leaves] (beginning with title and ending with errata), 262, [1] (ad) pp., frontispiece, one large illustration in text, Liber ultimus, de novis coelis & nova terra, ac de beato seculo; sive de mundo renovato, et rerum omnium consummatione. has its own title and imprint dated 1688 at page [135]; full calf rubbed with spine worn and joints split, small library hand stamps and a private book label, first binder’s blank detached and short split and wrinkle at bottom hinge of frontis., general light age toning and some interior upper outside tips have very minor worming, overall a good only copy. Photos available upon request.

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        Pub. Ovidii Nasonis Operum. Interpretatione et Notis Illustravit Daniel Crispinus Helvetius, jussu Christianissimi Regis; ad usum serenissimi delphini

      Lugduni [Lyon]: Apud Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, et Claudium Rigaud 1689. . Four volumes, 4to. Titles printed in red and black with a vignette engraving of the poet, some minor creasing to a few top corners. Contemporary blind stamped vellum, covers a little bowed with light soiling, later gilt arms of the Thynne family with the motto “J’ai bonne cause” to the upper covers, spines with raised bands and black morocco labels, minor wear to the spine of volume III otherwise an excellent set. A revised version of the Delphin Classics edition including Daniel Crispin’s valuable Index, which takes up the whole of volume IV.

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        PUB. OVIDII NASONIS OPERUM

      Lugduni: Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, Et Claudium Rigaud,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1689. Hardcover. Venice; History, Italian; 17th Century; 4to 11" - 13" tall; c1300 pages; Ovidii Nasonis Operum. 4 Vols in 2. Interpretations/notes by Daniel Cripsinus. Ex Typographia Jacobi Faeton. Vol I: [series title leaf], [title leaf], [3]-[24], 676pp. Vol II: [title leaf], [3]-[16], 598pp. Vol III: [title leaf], [dedication leaf], 687pp. Vol 4 (Index) : Unpaginated, [title leaf], [preface leaf], A[1]-3X3, in 4s. Tear to lower margin of Vol I, pp559-560. Small engraving on each title page, title pages printed in black and red. Sympathetic 18th or 19th century full leather bound in green morocco leather, spines faded to brown, AEG, binding solid and tight with sturdy hinges. Provenance; Clarednon, bookplate armorial. .

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        L'ARTIGLIERIA

      Bologna, Gio Parisini, 1689.. divided into three books, 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, 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, A1-Z2, Aa1-Nn1, Nn 2 is a blank, decorated intials, bound in modern half light calf, red title piece with gilt lettering, marbled boards, new endpapers though 2 original endpapers still present. Binding slightly rubbed, slight darkening and marking to spine, small loss of marbled paper to lower board, light foxing throughout and occasional light brown stain, 1 page has 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 number 688. Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, page 81, No. 3423. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        AN ACCOUNT OF THE LATE REVOLUTION IN NEW- ENGLAND. TOGETHER WITH THE DECLARATION OF THE GENTLEMEN, MERCHANTS, AND INHABITANTS OF BOSTON, AND THE COUNTRY ADJACENT. APRIL 18, 1689

      London. 1689.. 20pp. Small quarto. 20th-century brown morocco, spine gilt. Modern bookplate of Frederick B. Adams, Jr. on front pastedown. Internally clean. Near fine. A most important work for the history of New England. Sir Edmund Andros, the governor of Massachusetts appointed by Charles II, was overthrown in the spring of 1689 because of his harsh and overbearing rule. This pamphlet explains the position of those who removed him from power and their protestations of loyalty to the British Crown. Following Byfield's text is a printing of Increase Mather's THE DECLARATION OF THE GENTLEMEN..., on pages 7-19. Page 20 prints a letter to Sir Edmund Andros, royal governor of the Dominion of New England, written and signed in type by prominent Boston citizens on April 18, 1689, demanding the surrender of the government. Scarce. CHURCH 708. SABIN 9708. ESTC R17463. WING B6379.

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        Variarum Resolutionum Juris Caesarei, Pontificii et Municipalis Principatus Cathalauniae. Ab ipso authore, antequam e vita emigraret, diligentissimè recognitarum atque altero ferè tanto auctarum cura et desiderio D.D. Myr, Regiae Audientiae Doctoris eximii atque Authoris Generi

      Amberes: Antverpiae, Apud Ioannem Baptistam Verdussen, 1689. Tres tomos en dos volúmenes en folio; 4 hs., 340 pp., 20 hs. + 203 pp., 13 hs. + 2 hs., 373 pp., 33 hs. Encuadernación uniforme en piel granitada, de la época, con lomeras ornadas. Jaime Cancer, nacido en Barbastro, estudió en las universidades de Huesca y Salamanca, y se estableció en Barcelona. llegando a alcanzar notoria celebridad en su profesión. En 1585 asistió como experto, junto a sus tres hermanos, a las Cortes de Monzón, donde se puso de manifiesto su absoluto dominio del Derecho del Principado de Cataluña.

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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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        Voyage de Dalmatie, de Grece, et du Levant. Enrichi de Medailles, & de Figures des principales Antiquitez qui se trouvent dans ces lieux, avec la Description des Coutumes, des Villes, Rivieres, Ports de Mer, & de ce qui s'y trouve de plus remarquable. (2 Volumes)

      Amsterdam: Chez Jean Wolters, 1689 2 Volumes; Frontispiece - (14p) - 607 pages - (8p - Index, avertissement au relieur); carte dépliante et 88 planches (8 planches à double-page au début du volume 1), 4 planches d'inscriptions (dont 3 dépliantes). Manque 1 planche d'inscriptions(?). Petites réparations aux pages 476, 481 et 485 avec léger manque. Mis à part ces petits défauts, les pages intérieures, planches et la carte sont en très bonne condition, propres et solides. Reliure demi-cuir usée aux coins et aux mors. Photos disponibles sur demande.

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        The Happy Union of England and Holland, Or, the Advantageous Consequences of the Alliance of the Crown of Great Britain with the States General of the United Provinces

      London : Printed For Richard Baldwin, 1689. 1st Edition. Physical desc. : [2], 68 p. Subject: Great Britain - Foreign relations - Netherlands. Dedicatory epistle signed: R. W. Referenced by: Wing W94. Preliminary page edges a triflwe creased and dulled. Finely and period-sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        A Treatise of Monarchy

      London: Richard Baldwin, 1689 Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. 3rd Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The owners notes and my observation agree with Wing number H3783. This 73 page pamphlet has been placed inside hard red cloth boards, with a gilt lettered black spine label. The boards measure 8'' X 6 1/2'', The text measures 7 3/4'' X 6'' fore-edge to gutter. Collation is primarily quarto. After the restored endsheet (no preliminary sheets appear) is the title page. There is a small penned circled D at the upper right corner. Opposite this in the gutter margin is pencilled "edn., Wing number and placements." Verso title blank, followed by a 2 page TOC. Page 1 through 73 appear next followed by another blank beige replacement endsheet. The text has minimal foxing and two characteristics worth noting. The paper is a bit thinner then customary for the era so the read-thru is more pronounced. Additionally, the top edge is in places 3/8 of an inch to a scant 1/8 of an inch from the top edge of the sheets. Hunton's name does not appear in the text, authorship is given as ''Done by an earnest desirer of his country's peace.'' Printing ''London: printed for, and sold by Richard Baldwin in the old Baily. MDCLXXXIX.'' The grade above maybe thought of as a compromise between the newish boards and the aged text..

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        Radier-Büchlein / Handelt von der Etzkunst / Nemlich: Wie man mit Scheidwasser in Kupffer etzen / das Wasser / wie auch den harten und weichen Etzgrund machen solle; Daneben Kurtzer Beschreibung / wie die Kupfferplatten abzudrucken; die Drucker-Presse zu machen/und was man sonsten darbey in acht zu nehmen hat

      Nürnberg, Paul Fürst 1689.. Erstmals durch Abraham Bosse, berühmten Kupfferstechern zu Paris / in Französischer Sprache beschrieben / Anietzo aber zum Drittenmahl / auf Begehren vieler Liebhaber in Teutscher Sprach heraus gegeben und vermehret: Sampt einer Zugabe / von der Herold-Mahl- und Reiß-Kunst / mit darzugehörigen Figuren durch Georg Andream Böcklern. 10 Bll., 201(7) S. Mit gest. Frontisp., 18 Kupfertaf., 1 Textkupfer u. zahlr. Vign. sowie Initialen. HLn.-Bd. d. 19. Jhdts. Anfangs u. Schnitt mit durchgeh. kl. Braunfleck. VD 17 3:606080Y; Graesse I, 501; Ornamenstichkat., Bln. 4652 - Das klassische Werk über Kupferstich- u. Radierkunst in der dritten deutschen Augabe von Georg Andreas Böckler. Erschien erstmals 1645 in Paris: "Traicte des manieres de graver en taille douce"

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        Oeuvres Meslées de Monsieur de Saint-Evremont.

      Chez Claude Barbin 1689 - 2 volumes in-4 carré ( 250 X 185 mm ) de 541 et 488 pages, plein veau tabac, dos à nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin acajou, coupes filetées d'or. ( Reliures de l'époque ). Ancienne mouillure marginale à quelques feuillets du tome 2, bons exemplaires. Litterature [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eröffnete Krieges-Schule, worinnen, nach genau und zuwissen genugsamer, der alten Roemer und Griechen zu Wasser und Land gefuehrten, mit so viel als lebendigen Farben dargestellten Streit-Methode, zusamt deren vorgezeigten, damal ueblichen, Waffen und Ruestungen, statt ordenlicher allen dessen Unterrichts Begehrenden vorn- und auffgegebenen Lectionen, vermittelst kluger und verstaendlicher Lehr-Art gewisen wird ... 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Frankfurt, Zunner, 1689. 3 Bll., 494 S., 3 Bll., 410 S., 4 Bll. Mit gestoch. Titel, 2 Holzschnitt-Zwischentiteln, 317 Holzschnitten, davon 1 mit bewegl. Teilen, 23 teilw. großen Textkupfern u. 108 (von 109, davon 41 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 4°. Ldr. d. Zt. mit RTitel und reicher RVerg. (beschabt, Gelenke gebrochen, einige Fehlstellen).

      Jähns 959; Jordan 896; Lippergeide Qb53.- 'Das ganze Werk ist eine Neugestaltung des alten 'Kriegsbuches' von 1607 (erschienen Kassel 1608), dessen Einrichtung überall als die Grundlage dieses umfassenden militärischen Lehrbuches zu erkennen ist. Die Literatur der Zeitgenossen ist verständig benutzt. Das Seewesen erscheint mit einer erstaunlichen Sorgfalt dargestellt. Unschätzbar ist der reiche bildnerische Schmuck' (Jähns).- Titel in Rot und Schwarz.- Die Tafeln 13, 56 und 80 doppelt nummeriert, die Tafel 2 nicht im Verzeichnis, die Tafeln 1 und 86 im Verzeichnis nicht vergeben, Tafel 115 fehlt offenbar.- Untere Außenecke teilweise leicht fingerfleckig.- Alter handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf Spiegel: 'Dieses Buch haben sein ... Herzog Heinrich zu Sachs. Römhildt [1650 - 1710; einziger Regent von Sachsen-Römhild und kaiserlicher General] mir gnädigst ver ehrt, 12. Marty ano 1697. Johann Reinhard Eijdam [?]'.-

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        Voyages de Jean Ovington: faits à Surate, et en d'autres lieux de l'Asie et de l'Afrique

      "Having joined the East India Company as a chaplain, Ovington was assigned to the Company's vessel Benjamin for a voyage to the East Indies in 1689. Ovington stopped briefly in Bombay and then settled at Surat for two and a half years. His narrative describes Bombay as a sink of debauchery filled with whores and drunkards. Of Surat Ovington commented at length of the Mughal influence, on religious and cultural characteristics of the Hindus and Parsees, and the nature of the fakeer or Mohammedan religious mendicant. In passing Ovington described and defended the drinking of tea for which he was later attacked by Alexander Hamilton. Of the greatest interest, however, is Ovington's outline of the organization and operation of the English factory at Surat. Of the early narratives, Ovington's possesses greater interest and far wittier prose". (Riddick)  These two volumes, respectively 323 pp and 318 pp, comprise the first French translation from the original English of 1698. Both volumes retain their original calf bindings with tooled and gilt spines, marbled endpapers, and red-stained text block edges.  The bindings show wear and Volume I shows loss at the spine ends, but the bindings are intact and unrestored.  The contents are remarkably clean, crisp, and bright with no spotting.

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        The Muses Farewell to Popery and Slavery... WITH A Supplement

      London: N.R H.F. And J.K (Nathaniel Ranew + Henry Faithorne + John Kersey), 1689 The Muses Farewell to Popery and Slavery or a Collection of Miscellany Poems, Satyrs, Songs etc Made by the Most Eminent Wits of the Nation, as the Shams, Intreagues, and Plots of Priests and Jesuits gave occasion, (5), 144 pp. BOUND WITH A Supplement to the Collection of Miscellany Poems against Popery and Slavery, London, 1689, (3), 95 pp, with 2 lines of ink notes to margins of page 94. Bound in fairly recent blue half leather with blue silk boards, small mark to top cover inside corner, edges very lightly rubbed. Spine has raised bands, title in gilt. Internally, marbled endpapers, new endpapers, NO dedications etc, small mark to endpaper where a book label has been removed. A superb copy of a very rare title which does not come to light very often and then rarely with the supplement!. (ESTC R19207)(ESTC R28188 Supplement) Wing M3140 & S6186

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        La Grecia.

      Incisione in rame di mm 460x610. Tratta da "Corso geografico". Vincenzo Coronelli (1650-1718) è stato un noto cartografo e geografo veneziano. Nel 1685 divenne il cosmografo ufficiale della Repubblica di Venezia e dal 1689 fu lettore di geografia a Padova. Nel 1684 nella sua città natale fondò l'Accademia degli Argonauti, la più antica società geografica del mondo. Brevi margini oltre la battuta del rame. Ottime condizioni, con piccolo restauro marginale.

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        Territorio di Naiasel e Gran sin'a Comora Venezia: Vincenzo Coronelli, 1689

      VENEZIA: VINCENZO CORONELLI, 1689 1689 Incisione su rame in due fogli uniti di mm 602 x 450 alla battuta su carta vergata di filo. Margine superiore breve; buon esemplare senza difetti. Dedica nella parte inferiore al "Sig. Gio: Gasparo Cobenzl, Cameriere delle Chiavi d'Oro di S. Maestà Cesarea, et Accademico degli Argonauti". Proviene dall'opere stampata a Venezia dal titolo "Corso Geographico Universale". Il foglio rappresenta la descrizione topografica delle battaglia tra gli Austro-Polacchi e l'Armata Turca combattute a Gran ed a Neuhaeusel in Ungheria nel 1685, due anni dopo l'assedio di Vienna.

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        Halieutica.

      Napoli, J. Raillard, 1689. 8vo (153 x 98mm). pp. 245, (3), with one engraved allegorical frontispiece showing Poseidon catching a fish and 11 engraved plates by F. Solimerne engraved by F. de Louvemont and H. Vincent. Contemporary calf, richly gilt ornamented spine with red gilt lettered label. A fine copy of the first edition. "Edizione originale. La tavale e il frontispizio... raffigurano graziose scene di pesca. Quest' opera consta di dieci libri ed è considerata il miglior poema sulla pesca, compresa quella dei coralli, scritto in latino. E importante anche per la terminologia sia dei pesci che di altri animali acquatici" (Ceresoli 281). This beautifully illustrated poem on fishing was written by Giannettasio (1648-1715) a Jesuit scientist. Provenance: Bookplate of Bibliotheca Tiliana and tiny oval stamp of the same on verso of title. STC 394.

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        Les Commentaires de César en latin et en françois (2 Tomes - Complet) [ Avec : ] Remarques sur la Carte de l'Ancienne Gaule tirées des Commentaires de César par le sieur Samson d'Abbeville.

      Antoine et Horace Molin 1689 Nouvelle Edition reveuë & corrigée, 2 vol. in-12 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, texte en deux colonnes, latin et français, Chez Antoine et Horace Molin, Lyon, 1689, Tome 1 : 22 ff. (dont titre gravé par Bouchet), 482 pp., 13 ff. n. ch., 95 pp. avec une carte dépliante et une planche dépliante (Pons Caesaris) ; Tome 2 : 508 pp. et 10 ff. n. ch. avec 1 planche dépliante Rare exemplaire bien complet des 2 tomes, de la carte dépliante, du titre gravé et des 2 planches hors-texte. Etat satisfaisant (diverses restaurations en coiffes et plats, frott. et petite fente en pliure à la carte, sans la première garde volante du tome 2, petite mouill. colorée en queue des ff. du tome 2) Français

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        Plinianae Exercitationes in Caji Julii Solini Polyhistora [Polyhistor]...[with] Exercitationes de Homonymis Hyles Iatricae Numquam Antehac Editae, ut et De Manna et Saccharo

      Johannes vande Water et al, Trajecti ad Rhenum (Utrecht), 1689. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. 3 volumes in 2 in contemporary paneled calf, worn at corners, joints cracked but cords still attached though a little worn. Including the added third volume. Salmasius's celebrated edition of Solinus wherein he elucidates Solinus's debt to Pliny in great detail. Salmasius succeeded Joseph Scaliger in Leiden in 1631 and continued to publish, but his work on Solinus, first published in 1629 and here in the superior second edition, remained his great work of scholarship. Browning, scattered foxing, heavy in spots, a few in text illustrations of diagrams and botanicals, some light creases early in both volumes, generally clean and very good internally. Nice impression of the title page vignette in volume 3. blank, title, (46),625;blank, title,(625) - 943,156, errata; title,(8),259,20pp. Size: Folio. 2-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: History; Ancient (BC); Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042409. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        TeutoPhili nordischer Wahrsager, den itzigen Zustand Europa betreffend: Worinnen zugleich abgehandelt wird, was die nordischen Krohnen bey itzigen Coniuncturen vor Messures nehmen, und die hollsteinische Sache noch vor einen Außschlag gewinnen dürffte.

      Utan ort, 1689. 4:o. 39, 39-40, 40-78 s. Fläck i marginalen på s. 5. Tagen ur band. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. VD17 1:063086N. Bibl. danica III, sp. 819. Klemming, Sveriges förhållanden, s. 271. Satiriskt framställd skildring av en konversation om det politiska läget mellan den danske köpmannen Gallophilus, den holsteinske köpmannen Teutophilus och lappen Svivo

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        Phthisiologia seu exercitationes de phthisi

      Samuel Smith London: Samuel Smith, 1689. Morton, Richard (1637-98). Phthisiologia seu exercitationes de phthisi. . . . 8vo. [24] 411 [3, incl. errata]pp. London: Samuel Smith, 1689. 168 x 103 mm. Full paneled calf in antique style. Browned throughout, first leaf repaired, natural paper flaw on leaf Cc6 minimally affecting text. Good to very good copy. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 3216. The first application of the principles of pathology to the study of pulmonary tuberculosis. Morton showed that the formation of tubercles in the lungs is a necessary development of the disease, and pointed out that the tubercles often healed spontaneously. He also noted the enlargement of the tracheal and bronchial glands in cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. "From his descriptions of phthisical lungs, it is possible to interpret caseo-nodular, ulcerative, and calcareo-caseus types of tuberculosis, as well as caseous and ulcerative tuberculosis of the kidney" (Long, History of Pathology, pp. 56-57). Chapter 1 includes the first account of anorexia nervosa. Wing M-2831. Major, Classic Descriptions of Disease, pp. 61-63.

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        Historiæ sveonum gothorumq; ecclesiasticæ libri qvatuor priores inde â magis conspicua in his oris christianæ religionis origine, usque ad finem seculi post Christum natum duodecimi: qui, justi commentarii instar esse poterint in gentium Scandianarum potiorem per hæc tempora historiam, non paucis locis scriptorum hujus ævi obscurioribus lucem, & dubiis fidem adferentes.

      Adjecti insuper necessarii indices plenissimi. Sthlm, N. Wankiffwii, 1689. 4:o. (16),726,(16) s. Titelbladet och dedikationen till Karl XI tryckta i rött och svart. Träsnittsillustrationer på s. 175, 260 och 567, s. 601-02 är en utvikbar tryckt tabell. Trevligt samtida ngt nött stänkdekorerat skinnbd med upphöjda bind och sparsamt blinddekorerad rygg samt enkla ramlinjer på pärmarna. Stänkta snitt. Litet nagg överst på ryggen och minimalt maskhål nederst. Några mycket lätt bruntonade blad. Försättsblad saknas och pappret på främre pärmens insida förnyat med gammalt papper.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 1036. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 1643: "skada, at et så vackert och på många authentique handlingar grundat arbete icke blifvit fulbordat; fritt från misstag är det ej; men de förringa icke des värde". Med tryckt dedikation till Karl XI. Med hyllningar av J. Columbus och L. Norrmannus. De avslutande opaginerade bladen är en hyllning till Karl XI. Lindroth skriver i sin lärdomshistoria att det var Örnhielms "avsikt att bruka sina samlingar till en grundläggande svensk kyrkohistoria, byggd på urkundernas vittnesbörd. Men bara det första bandet blev färdigt och utgivet [...]. Det omfattar den äldsta tiden från Ansgar till sekelskiftet 1200." Lindroth påpekar liksom Warmholtz att arbetet innehåller misstag, men att författarens lärdom är beundransvärd: "Det skulle dröja länge, innan svensk kyrkohistorisk forskning åter nådde samma nivå som i Örnhielms Historia ecclesiastica"

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        De Morbis Acutis Infantum.

      8vo, pp. (xv), 146, (2). With the imprimatur leaf before the title and the final leaf of advertisements, title within rules. Contemporary calf, very rubbed, upper joint cracked and held by the cords, ends of spine worn. Some leaves very slightly browned, but internally a very fresh and clean copy. Half morocco solander box. Contemporary signature of Thomas Willoughby (FRS) with his purchase price in upper margin of title; bookplate of Harry Friedenwald, historian of Jewish medicine, and presentation inscription on front endpapers.

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        Phthisiologia seu exercitationes de Phthisi tribus libris comprehensae. Totumque opus variis historiis illustratum.

      8vo, pp. (xxiv), 411, 1 leaf (errata), 1 leaf (blank). Imprimatur leaf before the title, title within rules. Contemporary unlettered calf (extremities rubbed, two small chips and a wormhole in foot of spine, minor damage to lower edge of rear endpaper), a fine and clean copy. Signature of John Slinger, 1895, on inside of front board and on front endpapers.

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        Ovidii Nasonis operum tomus primus [-qvartus].

      Interpretatione et notis illustravit Daniel Crispinus, Helvetius, jussu Christinissimi regis; ad usum serenissimi Delphini. Lyon, Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, et Claudium Rigaud, 1689. 4to. (26),+ 576; (32),+ 598; (4),+ 687; (516) pp. Titles printed in red and black and with engraved vignettes. Foxing throughout and with dampstains, page 153-4 in vol. 2 with a minor hole affecting pagina, page 379-80 in vol. 3 with slight loss of letters and page 483-4 with loss of pagina. 18th-century full red morocco bindings, spines richly gilt with raised bands, boards with gilt borders, inner bordures, all edges gilt. Exlibris of T. N. Adby. Four volumes. Schweiger II, 631. Brunet IV, 272. Graesse V, 70. Volume four is an index

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        [Title in Greek.] Cebetis Thebani Tabula, Græce & Latine, multis in locis restituta ex MSS. codicibus, unde etiam Græca in fine reposita ab Jacobo Gronovio, cuius accedunt notæ & emendationes

      Amsterdam: apud Henricum Westenium 1689 First edition as edited by the Dutch scholar Jakob Gronovius. This famous allegory of the life of man, known as "Pinax" or the "Table" of Cebes and long popular as a school text, was originally ascribed to a Pythagorean follower of Socrates; it is now assigned to a later date, as it contains element of the Stoic philosophy of the Roman empire. This edition by Gronovius, making use of several additional manuscripts, was the best critical text yet produced. Contemporary calf, panelled in blind, brown morocco label. . Small octavo. Parallel Greek and Latin texts. The Latin translation by Wolf was first opubkished in 1560. Joints a bit rubbed. Ink signature on the front flyleaf of Robert Raymond, dated 1692 (see DNB); Raymond was then a student at Christ's College, Cambridge, and went on to become Lord Chief Justice. A very good copy of an uncommon book. Gronovius was an industrious classicist, who produced a massive thesaurus of Greek antiquities in thirteen folio volumes (1687-1702), and became involved in a dispute with Bentley. Dibdin quotes Harwood as describing his edition of Cebes as "very correct and beautiful.

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        LO TASSO NAPOLETANO. ZOE' LA GIEROSALEMME LIBBERATA DE LO SIO TORQUATO TASSO. Votata a llengua nosta da Grabiele Fasano de sta Cetate: e dda lo stisso appresentata a la Llostrissema Nobelta Nnapoletana.

      In-4 p. (mm. 320x210), p. pelle bazana coeva (picc. restauri), dorso a cordoni con ricca decoraz. e tit. oro ai riquadri, tagli rossi, 10 cc.nn. (compresa l?antip.), 410 pp.num., 1 c.nn. di errata. La bella antiporta, inc. in rame, raffigura il Sebeto (il cavallo emblema di Napoli), una sirena, due delfini e la Fama, con sullo sfondo Posillipo; al frontesp. stemma inc. in rame; ricchissime cornici silografate inquadrano l?argomento di ogni canto; testo su due colonne (italiano e traduzione in dialetto napoletano); molto ben illustrato da 20 tavv. f.t. inc. in rame (una per canto). Rara e pregiata "edizione originale". Cfr. Cat. Piantanida,3051: "Questa è la prima e l'unica traduz. della "Gerusalemme Liberata" in napoletano; assai la lodarono i contemporanei e particolarmente il Redi che la paragonò all'"Eneide travestita" del Lalli.. Ha note a piè pagina delle quali a lungo discorre il Croce (Nuovi Saggi, pp. 252-53): ?Questa traduzione napoletana ha ora per noi precipuo interesse per le note che ne accompagnano la prima ediz. Non sono note solamente di vocaboli, ma tali che ricordano persone e cose di quel tempo?; si dice in esse di briganti, guerrieri e capitani, di curiosi personaggi, medici e abati, vi si narrano aneddoti e consuetudini, vi si spiegano motti e parole del dialetto napoletano.. E? raro trovare esemplari completi di tutte le tavole? - Choix de Olschki,XII,18758 - Brunet,V,669 - Graesse,VI,34 - Raccolta Tassiana,725. Con solo qualche lieve uniforme arross., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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        Poems on Several Occasions

      London: Printed for Tho. Bassett, at the George in Fleet-street; Will. Hensman and Tho. Fox, in Westminster-Hall, 1689. First edition. 8vo. [8], 729 [i.e. 719], [1] pp. Contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt spine, lettering label. Small snag at top of spine, else fine. Bookplates of The Right Hon. Anthony Earle of Kent, 1702, and Thomas Philip Earl de Gray, Wrest Park. Wing C-6389; Westwood & Satchell p. 66; Pforzheimer 221 . Of piscatorial interest, as it contains "The angler's ballad", "To my dear and most worthy friend, Mr. Izaak Walton", "The retirement. Stanzes Irreguliers. To Mr. Izaak Walton", and "Contentation, directed to my dear Father and most worthy Friend, Mr. Izaak Walton"

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        The history of the most illustrious William, Prince of Orange : deduc'd from the first founders of the ancient House of Nassau: together with the most considerable actions of the present prince

      [S.l. : s.n.], Printed in the year 1689, 1689. 2nd Edition. Physical desc.: [4], 144, [8] p ; 12mo. Notes: Signatures: A-M in alternate 8's and 4's, N4, O[sup]2. Title within double line border. Subject: William III, King of England, 1650-1702, - Early works to 1800. Orange-Nassau, House of, - Early works to 1800. Netherlands, - History , - Wars of Independence, 1556-1648, - Early works to 1800. Related item: Referenced by: ESTC: r215241. Wing : H 2171. James Cat : 2889. Final leaf (table/contents last page) guillotined with minor textual loss. Finely and [period] sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt cross-band with the title blocked direct in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        An Enquiry into the Power of Dispensing with Penal Statutes. Together with Some Animadversions upon A Book writ by Sir Edw. Herbert, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, Entituled, A short Account of the Authorities in Law [etc.]. Wing A4138

      First edition of a work central to the political theory of the Glorious Revolution, rebutting the Royalist claim that the King alone might dispense with laws as he saw fit, and propounding that only both King and Parliament jointly may do so. Modern blind-tooled goatskin, definite browning, but a sound copy. Printed for Timothy Goodwin . . . in Fleet-street, London, 1689.

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        A Full Answer to the Depositions; And to all other the Pretences and Arguments whatsoever, Concerning the Birth of the Prince of Wales. The Intreague thereof detected, The whole design being set forth, with the way and manner of doing it. Whereunto is annexed, A Map... of St. James's Palace... Describing the Place wherein it is supposed the true Mother was delivered: With the particular Doors and Passages through which the Child was convey'd to the Queens Bed-Chamber.

      London: Printed for Simon Burgis 1689.. First edition, folio, (iv), 21, (1) pp. Folding map, outer margin of first two leaves cut close without loss to text, next leaf with soiling to the margin as a result, outer edge of final leaf laid down with some loss but again no loss of text, one paragraph on page 8 censored using type ornaments, modern booklabel of John Prebble, journalist and historian. 20th century quarter calf.A lively work published in support of the notion that James Stuart was illegitimate. The pressure on Queen Mary (James II's second wife) to produce a boy after a series of girls was such that even before the birth her pregnancy was called into doubt. "The warming-pan scandal", so-called after the alleged method that was used to smuggle the false child into the Queen's bedchamber (the route being shown on the map in this work), became a cause celebré for all the King's Protestant opponents. Wing F2342.

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        Historiæ sveonum gothorumq; ecclesiasticæ libri qvatuor priores inde â magis conspicua in his oris christianæ religionis origine, usque ad finem seculi post Christum natum duodecimi: qui, justi commentarii instar esse poterint in gentium Scandianarum potiorem per hæc tempora historiam, non paucis locis scriptorum hujus ævi obscurioribus lucem, & dubiis fidem adferentes.

      Adjecti insuper necessarii indices plenissimi. Sthlm, N. Wankiffwii, 1689. 4:o. (16),726,(16) s. Titelbladet och dedikationen till Karl XI tryckta i rött och svart. Träsnittsillustrationer på s. 175, 260 och 567, s. 601-02 är en utvikbar tryckt tabell. Samtida ngt nött och småfläckigt pergamentbd med ljusbrunt infärgat titelfält och röda snitt. Övre kanten av främre pärmen med spår av musangrepp. Aningen svag inre främre fals. Försättsbladet med en pappersförlust överst, sannolikt efter en bortriven namnteckning. Titelsidan lite solkig. Även sporadiska dammfläckar i övre marginalen. Inlagan genomgående fuktfläckig, mest markant på s. 367-78, 433-40, 627-34 och 676-80 samt på de sista sidorna. Med C. [?] Öhmans, Gustav Joh. Sommelius och D. Munck af Rosenschölds namnteckningar, den sistnämnda daterad den 17 maj 1817. Ex. på stort skrivpapper med mycket stora marginaler.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 1036. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 1643: "skada, at et så vackert och på många authentique handlingar grundat arbete icke blifvit fulbordat; fritt från misstag är det ej; men de förringa icke des värde". Med tryckt dedikation till Karl XI. Med hyllningar av J. Columbus och L. Norrmannus. De avslutande opaginerade bladen är en hyllning till Karl XI. Lindroth skriver i sin lärdomshistoria att det var Örnhielms "avsikt att bruka sina samlingar till en grundläggande svensk kyrkohistoria, byggd på urkundernas vittnesbörd. Men bara det första bandet blev färdigt och utgivet [...]. Det omfattar den äldsta tiden från Ansgar till sekelskiftet 1200." Lindroth påpekar liksom Warmholtz att arbetet innehåller misstag, men att författarens lärdom är beundransvärd: "Det skulle dröja länge, innan svensk kyrkohistorisk forskning åter nådde samma nivå som i Örnhielms Historia ecclesiastica". Munck af Rosenschöld har antecknat att han förvärvat boken på den bokauktion där hans gamla lärare Johan Lundblad sålde huvuddelen av sitt bibliotek. Gustaf Johan Sommelius (1726-1800) var professor och universitetsbibliotekarie i Lund. Johan Lundblad (1753-1820) var professor i latin och akademibokhandlare m.m. i Lund. David Munck af Rosenschöld (1786-1840) studerade i Lund och efterträdde 1812 Esaias Tegnér som som adjunkt i estetik och vice bibliotekarie vid Lunds universitetsbibliotek, han blev kyrkoherde i Kvistofta 1816 och fick professors namn 1819. Han skrev flitigt i många ämnen och ansågs som ett original, bl.a. för sitt ointresse av att tvätta sig

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