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2012-04-22 06:58:53
[Ovid] [Ovidius Naso, Publius]
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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2012-04-08 12:40:25
[English Bill of Rights]: William III (King of England, 1689-1702) and Mary II (Queen of England, 1689-94):
London. 1689-1694.. Three volumes, containing 106 acts. Folio. Contemporary paneled calf. Slight wear to corners and hinges. Scattered light toning and soiling. Contemporary notations to some Acts. With the bookplate of Charles Bill. A handsome set. A set of three volumes containing 106 Parliamentary Acts, covering the early portion of the reign of William and Mary, including the first printing of the English Bill of Rights, passed by Parliament in December 1689. The English Bill of Rights was the culmination of the coup d'état known as the Glorious Revolution, in which James II was deposed and William of Orange and his wife Mary (daughter of James II) were brought in to replace him. James II, a Catholic monarch, fathered a legitimate son in 1688, creating the possibility of a Catholic succession in Protestant England. James II had already ruffled quite a few feathers by trying to reestablish Catholicism, displacing Anglicanism as the only official church in England; he was also considered to be too pro- French and was highly autocratic. The leading Whig noblemen, joined by a few key members of the Tory party, called on William of Orange to lead an army from the Netherlands to claim the throne. James II fled England in December, 1688, leaving the Protestant William and Mary to rule the kingdom jointly. The new monarchs came to power accepting the principle of a constitutional monarchy, a fundamental evolution in English government that greatly decreased the power of the throne and opened the door for the modern parliamentary system. A wave of legislation formally embod … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2012-04-07 15:12:37
SARDI, Pietro.
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' 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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2012-04-03 22:57:30
Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum; Thomas Tenison, D. D.; Lilly Butler; Ofspring Blackmall; James Smalwood; William Sherlock; Peter Birch; Nicholas Brady; Delaune; Burnet
1689-1704, London 1689 - 17 original printings 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. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA
2012-03-31 15:28:02
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Franciscus Donia Messanensis n. Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola aus Mercurio Geografico ... b. Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi in Rom, dat. 1689 (1690), 41,5 x 57 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 207 (Vincenzo Mariotti. Engraver for Rossi's 'Mercurio Geografico', 1688 u. S. 242.). - Zeigt Bulgarien mit den angrenzenden Ländern. - Im Kartenhimmel Titelkartusche links daneben Meilenzeiger. - Unten links Kartusche mit Dedikation von Rossi. - Die Karte altmontiert auf großem Bütten wie für Sammelatlanten in der Zeit üblich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2012-03-22 13:05:52
Wheler, George
Amsterdam, Chez Jean Wolters. 1689, Première Édition. Couverture rigide, 10cm x 15cm. Livre, 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. Bonne condition.
Bookseller: Louis Caron [Boucherville, QC, Canada]
2012-03-07 23:52:10
BERNARD Jean-François]
A Paris, Chez Michallet, 1689, - in-8, [14]-275-[10] pp., 15 pl., basane brune mouchetée, dos à nerfs orné de filets et de fleurons dorés, tranches mouchetées (reliure de l'époque). Petits trous de ver en marge inférieure, sans atteinte au texte. Cachet.Edition originale. Jordan, 0267. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre
2012-02-10 06:17:34
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes de Ram in Amsterdam, v. 1689, 49,5 x 59 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 8; Hellwig, Mittelrhein und Moselland im Bild alter Karten 53. - Zeigt Kurtrier mit dem Gebiet zwischen Vianden, Mainz, St. Wendel und Bonn. - 1. von 5 Zuständen (hier noch ohne Insetkarte und Dedikation). - Oben links figürliche Titelkartusche mit Weinallegorien (Bacchus, Weinheiliger, Weinreben, Weintrauben, Weinfässer etc.); am unteren Rand Kartusche mit Maßstab.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2012-01-31 08:14:52
Örnhjälm, Claudius.
- Ecclesiasticae Libri Quatuor Priores. Inde a magis conspicua in his oris Christianae Religionis origine, usque ad finem seculi post Christum natum duodecimi: qui.Adjecti insuper necessarii Indices plenissimi. Nicolai Wankiffwii, Stockholm 1689. 4:o. (16),726,(16) s. Träsnittsvinjetter samt två träsnitt i texten, sid. 175 och sid. 260. Utvikbar genealogisk tabell sid. 601/602. Samtida något nött halvskinnband i kalv. Delvis något brunfläckig inlaga. Sid. 523/524 reva lagad med japanpapper övre marginalen, 555/556 lagad med japanpapper i övre marginalen med textförlust översta raden. Missfärgning övre marginalen från sid. 555-558. Exlibris Nils Sandberg främre pärmens spegel samt densammes namnstämpel på titelblad. Äldre namnteckning i bläck försättsblad. 21 x 17 cm.[#\71960]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB
2012-01-30 11:27:07
MORTON, Richard.
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.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips
2012-01-26 17:51:20
BOSSE, Abraham
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"
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2012-01-23 13:31:24
Höping, J. A. J.:
Jena, Birckner, 1689.. 8°. 4 Bll., 163 SS., 2 Bll., mit 105 Holzschnitten - Titel, 119 SS., 3 Bll. Pergament d. Zt.. Vgl. Rosenthal, Bibl. mag. et pneum. 964 u. 966; Ackermann, Geh. Wiss. IV, 554; Graesse, Bibl. Mag. 107 (jeweils andere Ausgaben). Zwei Werke von Höping zur Chiromantie, Physiognomik und (der auf diesen beruhenden) Wahrsagekunst. Der erste Titel reich illustriert mit Holzschnitten von Händen und Gesichtern. - Papierbedingt gebräunt, teils etwas fleckig, gegen Ende die letzten Blätter wasserrandig. Einband angeschmutzt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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2011-12-21 08:09:20
Matthaeus, Antonius (III)
, 1689. 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, gilt-edged title panel to spine, edges rouged. Some soiling, mostly to spine, light rubbing to extremities, minor worming to pastedowns and joints, which are just starting at ends. Large copperplate arms of the Curia of the Holy Roman Empire to title page. Some toning, light browning in places. Ex-library. Fragment of shelf label to spine, small stamp to foot of title page. A nice copy of a scarce title. * 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 a 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 3 copies in North American law libraries (Columbia, H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2011-12-14 14:57:52
JEAN / CLAUDE JOMBERT, PARIS, 1689. Tomes II et III de cette monographie (tome III en édition originale). 2 parties en 1 (sur 2) vol. : [16]-460-[4], [2]-79-[11] pp. , rs). Provenance : Th. de Jonghe (ex-libris). 1 volumes. Quelques rousseurs, pet. Manque à la coiffe sup, bon état Reliure du 19e : demi-veau, plats de papier marbré, dos fleuronné à froid et roul. Dorée sur les nerfs, tr. Marbrées . [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
2011-12-14 09:55:29
ChezEstienne du Castin Parigi, 1689. TITOLO ORIGINALE: Histoire de la Vie et Passion de notre Sauveur Iesus Christ avec les figures et quelques reflections sur les principaux mysteres tirée de l'Éscriture SainteTITOLO TRADOTTO: Storia Della Vita e della Passione Del nostro Salvatore Gesù Cristo Con le figure e alcune Riflessioni sui più importanti misteri tratta dalla Sacra ScritturaEDITORE: Chez Estienne du Castin Au Palais, dans la galleries des prisonniers, Au Bon Pasteur, Parigi SOGGETTO: Raccolta di incisioni su rame sulla vita di Gesù ANNO DI NASCITA: 1689 EDIZIONE: Prima edizione.DESCRIZIONE: Volume in-quarto (cm.29 x 21,5 ca), legatura in tutta pelle a cinque nervi, sei scomparti decorati in oro e con titoli in oro, tagli spruzzati, alcune parole manoscritte alla controguardia anteriore e al primo frontespizio. Volume in condizioni splendide. Il volume è costituito da una prima parte con: 74 carte o tavole su rame stampate solo in bianca, delle quali la Tav. 1 costituisce il primo frontespizio illustrato con una incisione allegorica su rame e le Tavv. 2 e 3 riportano la prefazione al lettore; le restanti 71 tavole contegono altrettante incisioni su rame. e da una seconda parte con: 58 carte o tavole su rame stampate solo in bianca, delle quali la Tav. 1 costituisce il secondo frontespizio illustrato con una incisione allegorica su rame e le Tavv. 2 e 3 riportano alcuni testi con i commenti sulle ultime sette parole di Gesù; le restanti 54 tavole(la Tav. 33 è mancante) contegono altrettante incisioni su rame. In totale 125 acqueforti, tutte presenti tranne la Tav. 33 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Imprimatur [Cesate, Italy]
2011-11-19 11:46:01
Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, et Claudium Rigaud, Lugduni, 1689. [22], 676p, [30], 598p, 687p, Index volume. 18th century polished calf with gilt ruled boards and spine decorated in blind with gilt foredge. An edition which according to Moss p343-344 did not carry much merit. Gibbon stated apparently that the Notes to the Fasti were below criticism which is a rather harsh comment. Ebert #15369 points out that it is one of the rarer editions in Usum Delphini. Schweiger p631. FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE EARL OF MALMESBURY with his monogram on the top of the spine. Some light foxing throughout and a rather crude repair to the front hinge to volume 2. All other hinges are in very good condition with only nominal cracks.
Bookseller: Rosenlund Rare Books & Manuscripts [Basking Ridge, NJ, U.S.A.]
2011-11-02 18:09:33
. Grenzkol. Kupferstich v. Gasparo Pietra Santa n. Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola aus Mercurio Geografico ... b. Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi in Rom, dat. 1689 (1690), 41 x 53,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Hellwig, Mittelrhein und Moselland im Bild alter Karten, 58. - Zeigt die Eifel zwischen Heimbach/Monschau, Prüm/Kyllburg, Bad Bertrich/Münstermaifeld und Königswinter. - Mittig Blankenheim. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Dedikation. - Unten links Meilenzeigerkartusche.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2011-10-13 20:37:58
d'Estrées, Jean II (1624-1707).
10 April, Brest, 1689. 190 x 285 mm; woodcut arms of France in upper margin. Boldly signed by d'Estrées, and countersigned by his secretary, Lalanne. Jean comte d'Estrees, Vice-Admiral of France and Viceroy of America, here orders to have the roads repaired in the village of Ploudiry, near Brest, in order to lubricate the military supply lines. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio, ABAA [Tuxedo, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-09-03 07:51:59
Jaramillo, Antonio Matías
Madrid 1689 - Jaramillo, Antonio Matías. Memorial al Rey Nuestro Señor por la Provincia de la Compañia de Jesus de las islas filipinas en satisfación de varios escritos y violentos hechos con que a dicha Provincia ha agraviado el reverendo Arzobispo de Manila don Fray Felipe Pardo del orden de Santo Domingo.-- Madrid : [s.n.], 1689.-- 1h., 150p. ; 30 x 20cm.--El autor no figura en portada, tomado del comienzo del texto.Palau 123088. Ejemplar con encuadernación en tela, moderna. De la página 131 al final oscurecidas por mancha de humedad. Picadura en el margen, no afecta texto. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Linardi y Risso
2011-08-08 17:16:41
Shadwell, Thomas
London: Printed for James Knapton..., 1689. [8],60,[2]pp. Quarto. Later plain wrappers. Lacks terminal advert leaf, somewhat browned and foxed, a few lower margins untrimmed, old tidemark in upper fore-margins of a number of leaves, some fraying at tips, just a good copy. Cloth slipcase and chemise. First edition of what some maintain is Shadwell's best play, based in part on LES PRÉCIEUSES RIDICULES by Molière. Shadwell includes a long dedication to the Earl of Dorset, who was influential in his succeeding Dryden as Poet Laureate. ESTC R18450. WING S2836. SUMMERS 73. NCBEL II:745.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-
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2011-06-21 15:29:11
Rassemblement Wallon]
London : Printed For Richard Baldwin, 1689. 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. ; 68 pages; Physical desc. : [2], 68 p. Subject: Great Britain - Foreign relations - Netherlands. Dedicatory epistle signed: R. W. Referenced by: Wing W94. 1 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2011-06-21 06:48:15
Dahlberg, Count Erik Johson
Pufendorf, Baron Samuel Von, Nuremburg, 1689. Image Size : , Platemark Size : 295x385 (mm), 11.625x15.125 (Inches), Paper Size : 350x417 (mm), 13.75x16.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving Several wormholes along fold and outer margins. Otherwise excellent condition
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-06-09 18:44:50
Ornhialm, Claudius (formerly Arrhenius)
Stockholm: E Typographeo Nicolai Wankiffwii, 1689. Small Quarto. [16] 726, [16]pp. Swedish History. Latin text. Dedicated to Charles XI who along with Gustav Adolphus was one of the great kings of Swedish History. A handsome wide margined copy bound in modern 1/4 leather over marbled paper covered boards, raised bands with compartments decorated in blind, light brown leather spine label gilt.
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2011-06-09 18:44:50
Ornhialm, Claudius (formerly Arrhenius)
E Typographeo Nicolai Wankiffwii, Stockholm 1689 - Small Quarto. [16] 726, [16]pp. Swedish History. Latin text. Dedicated to Charles XI who along with Gustav Adolphus was one of the great kings of Swedish History. A handsome wide margined copy bound in modern 1/4 leather over marbled paper covered boards, raised bands with compartments decorated in blind, light brown leather spine label gilt.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA
2011-04-07 06:55:06
La Bruyère
A Paris, chez Estienne Michallet, 1689. (1), (21), 425, (tables et extrait des privilèges du roi), 1 (bl). In-12, Plein veau marbré, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de fleurons (reliure d'époque). Quatrième édition originale des Caractères de La Bruyère dont la publication s'échelonne de 1687 à 1691 (date du décès de l'auteur). Cette version augmentée en partie originale et publiée du vivant de l'auteur ne se rencontre que très rarement. Agréable exemplaire de ce grand classique. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2011-03-13 12:49:18
Owen, John
William Marshall London 1689. Book Large 8vo Full Leather Good 32pp blank, 16pp preface to the reader, 268pp, 30pp blank. Raised bands. Cracked at front and back hinges. Covers, spine and edges rubbed and worn (including title), corners chipped and bumped. Spine cracked, exposing binding underneath. Slight aging pages. Very early ink inscription inside front and back covers.
Bookseller: Banfield House Booksellers [Gympie, QLD, Australia]
2011-02-28 08:46:28
Printed for R. Baldwin, London, 1689. (viii); 464 pages. Scattered foxing throughout. Ms names on title. Contemporary full brown calf slight loss at head of spine, cracking to hinges but holding Size: Small 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books [Widecombe in the Moor, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2010-12-01 13:46:11
Dahlberg, Count Erik Johson
Pufendorf, Baron Samuel Von, Nuremburg, 1689. View of two cities of Sweden., Image Size : , Platemark Size : 295x380 (mm), 11.625x15 (Inches), Paper Size : 345x417 (mm), 13.625x16.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving Good Condition; Several wormholes along fold.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2010-12-01 13:46:11
Dahlberg, Count Erik Johson
Pufendorf, Baron Samuel Von, Nuremburg, 1689. Upper view belongs to a Danish city.Lower view is of Helsinki, the capital and largest city in Finland., Image Size : , Platemark Size : 300x385 (mm), 11.75x15.125 (Inches), Paper Size : 350x317 (mm), 13.75x12.5 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving Several wormholes along fold. Otherwise excellent condition
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2010-12-01 13:46:11
Dahlberg, Count Erik Johson
Pufendorf, Baron Samuel Von, Nuremburg, 1689. From "Sueciae Regis", Image Size : , Platemark Size : 260x327 (mm), 10.25x12.875 (Inches), Paper Size : 347x422 (mm), 13.625x16.625 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving Several wormholes along fold. Otherwise excellent condition
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2010-10-12 09:48:35
D. Philipp Jacob Speners:
Johann David Zunnern, 1689 - 962 Seiten, zzgl. Anhang Register ca. 50 Seiten Fortsetzung des Titels: [.] / Und die Hauß-Taffel (Haus-Tafel) samt den Fest-Materien / Einfältig erkläret (erklärt) werden: Durch Gottes Gnade Gehalten in Frankfurt am Mayn / und auff (auf) einiges Ansuchen zum Truck (Druck) gegeben. Mit Khur-sächsischer Freyheit (Kursächsischer Freiheit), Verlegt durch Johann David Zunnern / Buchhändler, Gr. 8°, Bibliophile Ausgabe, Schweinsleder, mit Hand geschriebenem Titel auf Buchrücken, Anno M, DC, L XXXIX, 1689, Seiten altersbedingt gut erhalten, Seiten gebräunt. Vorsatz stellenweise mit Wurmlöchern. Frontdeckel mit gewelltem Schweinsleder. Schweinsleder lößt sich etwas von den Buchrändern. Buchblock ordentlich & fest. 1002167 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1400 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ABC Versandantiquariat
2010-09-30 16:40:51
Goodman, John
Printed by R. Norton for Luke Meredith, at the Angel in Amen-Corner, London, 1689. Complete in three parts, bound in one. 8vo. [23],390,[2],pp. Blind-stamped tooled calf with gold lettering on spine. Engraved frontispiece depicting St. Peter and Mary Magdalene. Goodman's work on sinning and repenting was first published in 1679. The author describes sin as delusion, ignorance & madness and urges the readers to repent and to make appropriate steps in order to seek God's forgiveness. Illustrated with 5 double-page engravings, one plate loose. Front board and free front endpaper detached but present. Stamp of previous owner and some handwriting on inside of front board and free front endpaper, same stamp on margin of title-page & page three. Age wear, abrasions and surface hairline cracks on binding. Head and tail of spine chipped, parts of backstrip on head of spine missing. Minor rippling to pages. Binding in poor, interior in overall very good condition. The third edition corrected and enlarged. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
2010-09-26 16:14:07
Juengken, Johann Helfrich.
Frankfurt am Main, Johann Dietrich Friedgen für Albert Otto Faber, 1689. (14), 841, (7), 119, (1) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz. Mit gestoch. Portraitfrontispiz. Pergamentband der Zeit mit übergreifenden Deckelkanten, Rückenpapierbezug und goldgepr. rotem Rückenschildchen. 8vo. Dritte bzw. vierte Ausgabe (Nachdruck der Ausgabe 1782; die ersten beiden Teile waren bereits 1681 erschienen). Die selbständig paginierten 199 SS. am Schluß sind in dieser Ausgabe neu. - J. H. Juengken (1648-1726) verfaßte "das erste Universal-Arzneibuch" (Schelenz 499). "Seine medicinischen, chirurgischen, geburtshülflichen, pharmaceutischen und balneologischen Schriften, theilweise in populärer Haltung und in lateinischer und deutscher Sprache verfaßt, waren zu ihrer Zeit sehr beliebt und haben meist viele Auflagen erlebt" (ADB XIV, 726). - Portrait am linken Rand knapp beschnitten (etwas Berührung der Darstellung). Durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Wellcome III, 370. Krivatsy 6303.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2010-08-13 15:29:28
Duck, Arthur (1580-1648)
Paris: A Paris, au Palais, Chez Jean Guignard, à l'entrée de la grand'-salle, à l'Image S. Jean. M. DC. LXXXIX. [1689], 1689. Book. Very Good. Leather. Description: 12mo (6¼ ×4 in): t-p., [52] 419 [1, blank] [44] p. Contemporary leather, back compartments and edges tooled in gilt, morocco label, all edges rubricated.· Register: 12: ã^6 ?^8 i^4 õ^6 u^2, A-2P in 8's and 4's, 2M^6 2N^8 2O^4 2P^8 2Q^2. · Condition: Head and tail chipped, small hole in bottom joint. Short tear outer margin A1 without loss; tear lower margin 2M4, reaching text without loss; worm-hole in lower margin from X5 to end, affecting one letter in final line of most pages up to 2E8, then confined to margin in the remainder. · Comments: First edition in French. Originally published in Latin under the title "De usu & authoritate juris civilis Romanorum, per dominia principum Christianorum" in London, 1653, 1679 and 1689. Only the section on the civil law in England has ever been translated into English; it was appended to the 1724 English translation of Claude Joseph de Ferriere's Histoire du Droit Romain. The work is properly a history of Roman or civil law in Europe--the first history of law on a European scale. It is divided into two parts. The first part traces the history of Roman law generally, from its origin in ancient times, through Justinian's Digest, its continuation in feudal and canon law, and its perpetuation in the universities of Europe. The second part of the work discusses the use of the Roman or civil law in the various nations of Europe, including a lengthy section on England. Duck's pur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-07-05 05:52:35
Rhein -
Kupferstich-Karte von Frederick de Wit, ca. 1689, altkoloriert. je 23 x 52,8 cm. Kleine Bugschäden. Carhart, De Wit S. 258f. Nr. 49.4. Zeigt in zwei übereinander liegenden Teilen den Rheinlauf von den Quellen bis zur Mündung. Links oben dekorative Titelkartusche mit Mars, Fama, Bacchus und Putto mit Füllhorn. Darunter Druckvermerk. Rechts unten dekorative Meilenzeigerkartusche mit Meerwesen. Dekorative Segelschiffe und Windrose. Hier vorliegend der vierte von bisher fünf bekannten Zuständen. In der Pfalz wurden zahlreiche Beschriftungen hinzugefügt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2010-06-19 02:49:58
[Caulet, François de / Vaucel, Louis Paul de (Hg.)].
1689. (16), 570, (12) SS. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 4 Bünden über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten. 2 Schließen. Dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. 4to. Einzige lateinische Ausgabe dieser Abhandlung über königliche und kirchliche Insignien (Hoheitszeichen). "Traduction d'un ouvrage publie par L. Paul de Vaucel sous le titre suivant: Traité général de la Régale trouvé parmi les Memoires de feu M. de Caulet, èvêque de Pamiers, s. l. 1681" (Graesse). - Am Titel hs. Besitzvermerk der Benediktinerabtei Seitenstetten (Niederösterreich); am vorderen Innendeckel von derselben Hand Besitzvermerk des Stiftsprofessors Modestus Gererstorffer (dat. 1728). - Der hübsche Schweinslederband kaum berieben und wenig fleckig; insgesamt sauberes, gutes Exemplar. VD 17, 3:306254P. Graesse VI, 182. Vgl. Barbier III, 800-c und 767-d.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2010-06-18 11:31:42
chez Pierre Marteau, A Cologne, 1689. Petit in-12 de 160 pp., veau olive, dos lisse orn?, titre dor? en long, double filet d'encadrement, filet dor? sur les coupes et triple filet dor? sur les ch?sses, tranches dor?es (Simier). Edition originale. Petit roman satirique qui a reparu sous le titre L'Homme ? bonne fortune ou le Galant ? l'?preuve (La Haye, 1691). Le marquis de Paulmy dit que ce petit roman historique et satirique des aventures de la cour de Louis XIV contient principalement celle du comte de Montrevel, du chevalier de Lorraine et de la princesse de Monaco. Pia cite une note manuscrite copi?e sur l'exemplaire de l'Enfer : ? On pr?tend que dans ce petit livre qu'on a voulu repr?senter M. d'Artagnan depuis mar?chal de France sous le nom de Montesquiou ? Ex-libris ? Jacques Vieillard ? Brunet, V, 679 ; Gay-Lemonnyer, III, 1182 ; Dictionnaire des oeuvres ?rotiques, p. 473 ; Pia, Les Livres de l'Enfer, 1401 pour l'?dition de 1712 ; Lever, Fiction narrative en prose au XVIIe, p. 401. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2010-04-29 13:47:06
Hunton, Philip
London: Printed for, and sold by Richard Baldwin in the Old Baily, 1689. 1600-1682 Quarto, 7.5 x 5.75 inches. Third edition. A-H4. This is bound in green paper boards, the corners are rubbed, the spine ends pushed and rubbed. The boards are soiled and scratched with some light edgewear. The title page has "Harvard College Library Released" stamped with Wiliam Jackson's penciled intials. The reverse of the title has 'Harvard College Library 1913' stamped at head. Some foxing appears on a few pages in the text. Pages have been cut a bit short at the head in some places removing the top edge of chapter titles and page numbers, but not on every page. At the time of publication, it provoked a much better-known rebuttal, the 1648 Anarchy of a Limited and Mixed Monarchy by Robert Filmer. It was part of a pamphleteering exchange initiated by the royal chaplain Henry Ferne. Hunton was among the few who attempted to chart a 'middle course' between the royalists and the Long parliamentarians. In his Treatise, he cites both Charles Herle (a Parliamentary supporter) and royalist Henry Ferne (against whom much of the Treatise was directed). This was though only to contradict both, and chart a new position. He outlined a theory of active/passive obedience, and active/passive resistance, arguing that, unless the defense of the whole community is at stake, it is unlawful to actively/violently resist the most tyrannous and unlawful actions of the ruler[2]. According to William Haller[3], Hunton "...labors like the rest to unriddle an absolute basis for government, but falling into the dil … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-24 22:39:58
Cotton, Charles
London: 1689: Printed for Tho. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street; Will. Hinsman and Tho. Fox, in Westminster-Hall. Printed: 1689. 1630-1687 Octavo, 7.2 x 4.5 inches. First edition. A4, B-Z8, Aa-Zz8. Bound in full contemporary calf ruled in blind a good unsophisticated copy. Another oddly isolated and under-valued poet is Charles Cotton, whose posthumous volume of Poems on Several Occasions (1689) appears to have aroused little contemporary interest, and who was probably little known by the time of Addison and Pope, except for his burlesque poems and The Wonders of the Peak. Yet there is more and better poetry in the 1689 volume than is to be found in any other minor poet of the Restoration: if this was not recognized at the time it must have been because Cotton's natural vein was out of fashion. There was still a public for the natural that was at the same time low; but by 1689 the polite reader expected a good deal more sophistication and artificiality than Cotton usually gave him. He had to wait until the beginning of the nineteenth century for genuine recognition; and then Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Lamb testified freely to the pleasure his poetry gave them." (Sutherland)
Bookseller: James Gray Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2010-04-21 17:01:03
Burnet, Thomas, Sir.
Londini: Typis R.N. Impensis Gualt. Kettilby, 1689. *Price HAS BEEN REDUCED by 10% until Monday, Oct. 14 (sale item)* 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 binders 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zubal-Books [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2010-04-19 19:03:52
Bridgman, Orlando, Sir
London: Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins for William Battersby & Thomas Basset, 1689. London: Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins for William Battersby & Thomas Basset, 1689. Second Edition. Hardcover. Good+ [Textblock Near Fine].. Light shelf/edge wear, tips through, closed splits at hinges, chipping at head, chipping at spine label, light rubbing at spine, ownership signatures at ffep, very minor toning at preliminaries, else tight, bright and unmarred. Full brown leather boards, five raised bands, red leather spine label, gilt lettering, in blind decorative elements. 4to. 398pp plus np "Table(s)"/Index. A very handsome copy of this scarce legal classic.
Bookseller: Lux Mentis, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB [Portland, ME, U.S.A.]
2010-04-17 13:47:49
London: 1689, Edward Jones. London: 1689. Edward Jones. "Large paper copy of the first edition in a binding seemingly meant for presentation, 4to (235 x 185 mm.), pp. [4], 64; title within double-ruled border; contemporary red turkey morocco, covers with elaborate paneling in gilt with fleurons at the corners and sides, unlettered gilt-decorated spine in 6 compartments, a.e.g.; binding a little rubbed, but still very good and sound. & & This is the second of two letters written by Sprat at the time of the Revolution, in which he attempts to justify his taking a seat of an ecclesiastical commission established in 1686 by James II. Sprat was not averse to James's declaration for liberty of conscience, but by the time James fled to France Sprat's sympathy for his monarch was awkward. This copy with the early armorial bookplate of the Duke of Beaufort (Henry Somerset): his sympathy for James makes him a logical recipient for Sprat's self-justifications. Wing S5049."
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books
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2010-04-12 04:27:07
London: Richard Chiswell, Walter Kettilby, Jonathan Robinson, 1689. London: Richard Chiswell, Walter Kettilby, Jonathan Robinson. Worn condition. Front cover detached. Some foxing and minor marks. Darkening to page edges. Bookplate of previous owner on paste down. Content in overall good condition. 1689. Various editions. Brown hardback leather cover. 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). xxix, 172pp, [iv], 69pp, [vii], 300pp, [iv], xv, 215pp. Together with a Comparison of Popery and Paganism. [Volume I]. Jovian or an Answer to Julian the Apostate. [Volume II]. Julian's Arts to Undermine and Extirpate Christianity Together with Answers to Constantius the Apostate, and Jovian. [Volume III]. Volume I is the fourth edition published by Richard Chiswell and includes 4 pages of adverts of other books published by him. Volume II is the second edition printed by Samuel Roycroft for Walter Kettilby published in 1683 and includes 4 pages of adverts of books published by him and is the 'second edition more correct, than the former' and written by a 'Minister of London'. Volume III is printed by J.D. for the author in 1689 and includes an errata page at end with an introduction on the fep which states 'The present impression of this Book, was made in the Year 1683, and has ever since lain Buried under the Ruines of all those English Rights which it endeavoured to Defend; But by the Auspicious and Happy Arrival of the Prince of Orange, both they and it have obtained a Resurrection'. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2010-03-29 11:25:24
SOLA, Raymundo de
1689. Imprenta de Cormellas [Comellas]. S. En Barcelona: Imprenta de Cormellas [Comellas], por Iayme Cays, [s.a., ca. 1689].- [6 h.], 116 p.: Bonito escudo de Barcelona grabado al boj en la portada, que además va orlada; 8º (19 x 13,5 cm.) sin medir la encuadernación; Pergamino flexible moderno.- Algunos de los versos están escritos en lengua catalana. El margen externo de la portada muy justo, ya que el corte va pegado a la orla, pero el resto con márgenes suficientes. Ejemplar muy limpio con el papel en magnífico estado. Por decir algo, señalaré que en las 5 primeras hojas tiene unas mínimas motitas de óxido poco acusadas. El libro puede considerarse en magnífico estado.* LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA Y FILOSOFÍA DE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII Libro en español
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2010-03-09 06:19:08
Parliament, England [Jones Sir William]
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
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2010-02-07 16:55:01
[Plunkett, Thomas]
[S.l: s.n], Re-printed in the Year, 1689. First separate edition (?). 10, [2, blank] pp. A4-B2. 1 vols. Sm. 4to. William of Orange's Infantry Manual. The text of William III's drill manual for infantry was also included in Plunkett's THE CHARACTER OF A GOOD COMMANDER (L., William Marshall, 1689), with a separate t.p. and pagination (12pp.). This edition, however, would appear to be a different setting of the text (in 10pp); and is possibly the first to be issued separately, as well, as it isn't clear whether the 12pp. setting was ever intended to be issued separately. In either case, it is very rare: only three copies only are located by ESTC (the Folger, NLS and St Andrews). Wing N483B; ESTC R230744. Disbound, sewing perished, taped at spines with paper adhesive.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-01-26 11:32:14
Ruinart, Theoderici [ Theiry ] & Dodwell, Henry
Parisiis [Paris] Excudebat Franciscus Muguet, Regis & Illustrissimi Archiepiscopi Parisiensis Typographus, 1689. Parisiis [Paris] Excudebat Franciscus Muguet, Regis & Illustrissimi Archiepiscopi Parisiensis Typographus, 1689. 1st edition.. Hardback. Full contemporary blind stamped & ruled calf, G+. [viii]+lxxiv+[x]+710+22pp, leather scuffed & upper board near detached, large single worm hole which affects the first 20 pages just affecting the legibility & then continues through most of the text block as a small hole inbetween two lines of text for the most of its depth, otherwise a good copy in need of a little TLC which has good wide margins. Bookplate of Charles Grave Hudson. Collected Martyrology which was complied by the Benedictine Monk Thierry Ruinart [ 1657 - 1709 ]. A Maurist who studied under the tutellage of Jean Madillon he travelled widely to complete & collect information for this work which gives much information on the First Christian Martyrs. In the Introduction to this work Ruinart counters the claim made by Henry Dodwell that there had in fact been very few such Martyrs in the early days of the Christian Church. A First edition on an Important work which went through many editions, reprinted across Europe. Hudson, of Wanlip Hall in Leicestershire, noted bibliophile & a Director of the South Sea Company.
Bookseller: Eastleach Books [Newbury, BER, United Kingdom]
2010-01-15 11:20:32
Atkyns, Robert
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.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-09 02:15:00
London: Printed by J. Rawlins, for R. Sare, 1689. 12mo, contemporary full calf, blind-ruled. [iv], 359, [1 (ads)] pp. Covers thoroughly rubbed, tears to three leaves (with partial loss of a few letters at E12 & I6), but generally clean and sturdy. Fifth Edition (the first in 1680). One would not expect a book that passed through at least thirteen editions between 1680 and 1730, that was first printed in America at Dedham, Massachusetts, in 1806, and that was reprinted as recently as 1897, to have lapsed into utter oblivion. But, while the suave epigrams of Marcus Aurelius and Balthasar Gracian y Morales seem never to go out of print, the homely maxims and anecdotes of William De Britaine are forgotten. The author is overlooked by DNB, EB, and all other general biographical compendia; while his book is an outcast from NCBEL, Lowndes, etc. Perhaps the cause is the general mediocrity of his philosophy; perhaps it is the uncertainty as to whether to list him under 'D' or 'B'(we follow BMC); or perhaps the thought police have condemned him for including such sallies as the following: "A Woman is a Book, and often found / To prove, far better in the Sheets than Bound." [This edition not in Wing, but see B405-407.]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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2009-12-12 07:15:25
Dahlberg, Count Erik Johson
Pufendorf, Baron Samuel Von, Nuremburg, 1689. Image Size : , Platemark Size : 283x345 (mm), 11.125x13.625 (Inches), Paper Size : 345x415 (mm), 13.625x16.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving Very good condition; upper and lower margin reinforced
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]

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