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2009-06-04 23:08:59
Johnson, Samuel
London: For J. Watts at the Angel in St. Pauls Churchyard, 1689. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Presume 1st. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Balance of title, "That Resistance may be Used, in case our Religion and Rights should be Invaded." It seems possible that the title page is missing. Wing asserts that that item should give "for J. Watts 1689," and this information appears last page. The prior owner has penned Johnson's name, Wing #J836 , and the institutional placements, small, in pencil at the upper margin of page one. The item, a pamphlet placed in newish hardcovers measuring 8 x 6 3/8", begins at page 1 with title and text, concluding at page 11, verso blank. Two issues re text, the corner of the first page has a penned O circled upper corner, about postage stamp size. Also the number at the last pages top has been cropped, perhaps as made, perhaps in restoration. Page seems a bit off center in its original making. The text is legible but small print and wavy, scars and corrected dog ears are present. Much Latin is used. Boards are gray/black unbumped, not quite newish but handsome. As I did the research for these Johnson pieces I came upon a wonderful story where he spoke of the martyrdom of Chas. I. He spoke, scandalizing the courtiers by commenting at Whitehall that if Kings were accountable only to God, the rump Parliament did right in sending Charles I to him..
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2009-05-04 06:03:07
TUAM, Bishop of & BURNET, Gilbert et al
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2009-04-15 13:52:35
Hunton, Philip
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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2009-03-27 02:28:34
Johnson, Samuel [1649 - 1703]
Author, London, 1689. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Full leather, scuffed, hinges cracked, corners bumped & worn, front cover partially detached. Paper little age toned but not brittle, book plate inside, name in ink top of one page. Despite the apparent reference to the early church, this is a critical attack on the Duke of York. Size: 8vo. 230 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 pound or less. Category: Religion & Theology; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 4523. .
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2009-03-13 05:11:22
Trial; Rye House Plot; Atkyns, Sir Robert
1689. The Legality of Lord Russell's Trial [Trial]. [Rye House Plot]. Atkyns, Sir Robert [1621-1709]. A Defence of the Late Lord Russel's Innocency, By Way of An Answer or Confutation of a Libellous Pamphlet, Intituled, An Antidote Against Poyson; With Two Letters of the Author of This Book, Upon the Subject of His Lordship's Tryal. Together with an Argument in the Great Case Concerning Elections of Members to Parliament, Between Sr Samuel Barnardiston Bar. Plaintiff, And Sr Will. Soames Sheriff of Suffolk, Defend' in the Court of King's-Bench, In an Action Upon the Case, And Afterwards by Error Sued in the Exchequer-Chamber. London: Printed for Timothy Goodwin, 1689. [iii], 51 pp. Title page preceded by advertisement leaf. Argument in the Great Case preceded by divisional title page. Folio (12" x 7"). Disbound, text secure. Some edgewear and soiling to first and final leaves, worming through upper margins of most leaves with no loss to text. Toning, small faint stains to a few leaves, internally clean. $250. * First edition. This is a reply to a pamphlet by Sir Bartholomew Shower that defended the legal position of the Russell trial. Atkyns was Russell's legal advisor. Russell [1639-1683] was implicated in and ultimately executed due to his supposed involvement in the Rye House Plot, a plan to assassinate King Charles II and his brother (and heir to the throne) James, Duke of York devised by a group of Whigs. Some historians believe this plot was largely fabricated by Charles II as a way to destroy the Whigs, most notably Russell and Algernon Sydney [1623-1683], who were c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2009-03-06 07:18:50
English History]. Jones, William [1631 - 1682]. [in collaboration with] Sidney, Algernon [1622 - 1683] & Somers, Lord John [1651 - 1715.
Printed for R. Clavel et al,, London: 1689 - Author attribution from DNB, as well as Halkett & Laing. Jones, considered one of the era's ablest lawyers, was the Attorney General from 1675 - 1679, & prosecuted the victiims from Oates Plot [1678], but growing disillusioned, resigned the position in 1679. In 1680 he was sent to the House of Commons as a member by Plymouth wherein he was instrumental in the passage of the Exclusion Bill. Using his legal acumen, he anonymously answered the King's 1681 dissolution of Parliament with his "exhaustive" 'Just and Modest Vindication', which is included herewith. Binding - Fine. Text block - VG. Modern full brown calf with red morocco title label to spine. 8vo: A4 B - T8 U4 X - Z8 [chi]2A4 2A - 2G8. 6-3/4" x 4-1/2". 1st edition thus (Wing E-2574). [8], 1 - 135, 144 - 464 [= 456] pp. P. 129 misnumbered 149; 135 misnumbered 205; 315 misnumbered 215; 331 misnumbered 231. Pp. 265 - 295 "A List of the House of Commons." "A Just and Modest Vindication of the Proceedings of the Two Last Parliaments" comprises pp [385] - 464), and is preceded by a separate t.p. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2009-02-11 08:23:21
Rauscher, Wolfgang
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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2009-02-07 17:11:10
Roma: De Rossi(1689). IL CORSO DEL FIUME RENO DALLE SUE FONTI SINO AL MARE CON TUTTI I FIUMI CHE SI SCARICANO IN ESSO.FRANCIA, ALEMAGNA E PAESI BASSI.DATO IN LUCE DA G.GIACOMO ROSSI.1689 Roma De Rossi 1689. (cm.59,5 x 46) Rara carta incisa in rame con cartiglio in basso a sinistra. Alcuni confini leggermente colorati d'epoca. Esemplare con restauri ai margini bianchi e rinforzo lungo la piega centrale con perdita in basso di cm 10 x 2,5, ripresa a lapis.[f18]. Libro. Book Condition: ottimo. Binding: senza rilegatura
2009-02-05 02:20:26
Henry van Bulderen, 1689. In-12, (163 x 104 mm), (2) ff. blancs - (8) ff. - 456 pp. - (1) ff. blanc, basane marron, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre havane, dentelle à froid sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées (reliure d'époque). Troisième édition. L'auteur écrit à la première personne les mémoires du Comte de Rochefort, personnage dont Dumas s'inspira pour Les Trois Mousquetaires. (Barbier. Dictionnaire des ouvrages anonymes, III, col. 204). (reliure très usagée et frottée, petit manque de papier au bas de la p. 265, rousseurs). // 12o (163 x 104 mm), (2) blank leaves - (8) ff. - 456 pp. - (1) blank leaf, brown roan, spine tooled raised on bands, havana label, blind dentelle on turns-in, speckled edges (contemporary binding). Third edition. The author is writting the memoirs of Comte de Rochefort, caracter who inspired Dumas for Les Trois Mousquetaires. (Barbier. Dictionnaire des ouvrages anonymes, III, col. 204). (binding very used and rubbed, small lack of paper on bottom of p. 265, brownings). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, depuis 1902 [PARIS, France]
2008-12-01 10:14:24
Lugduni (Lyon): Anissonios, Joan.Posuel & Claud.Rigaud, 1689. Hardcover. Good+. Large woodcut of ornate fleur-de-lys in scrolled frame with cherub supporters (repeated) + some foliated head and tailpieces + many printers devices as decorative divisions. Folio newer tooled roan on 4 raised bands (tips rubbed/sl.marked) Titlepage in red and black +[18] =dedication, to the reader & indices 1026pp +[8p] indices of places/things etc. with a second titlepage to TUBA SACERDOTALIS DEMOLIENS MUROS SEPTEM JERICHO with repeated printers mark but page in black only at p[697/8]. Entirely complete except for blanks at end. The first titlepage has a monastic stamp in the margin and outer margin is tatty and repaired without loss of print. The next six prelim. leaves are also slightly tatty or repaired, at the margin and similarly at the end (in the index) however none of this affects any printed areas. There are some creases to pages and about 6 with light ink spots [clearly blotted up as they are pale] A marginal damp mark affects about two dozen leaves in all in the middle, the book is otherwise clean and square. *By a Belgian theologian, the work was very popular giving advice on how to live, the various sins explained and graded as to severity, the sacraments explained and how to pray. A large book, in good condition, text in two columns with side notes giving biblical references but not that easy to come by.
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2008-10-22 21:06:47
Bossuet Jacques Benigne
Chez la Veuve de Sebastien Mabre Cramoisy, a Paris 1689 - In-8° (193x125mm), pp. 96, 838, (30) di indice, (1) di errata, legatura coeva p. pelle marrone marmorizzata con dorso a 4 nervi decorati in oro, con titolo in oro entro tassello rosso, filettature e fregi floreali e vegetali in oro entro scomparti. Unghie decorate in oro, tagli rossi, vignetta xilografica al frontespizio con due cicogne in volo. Alla p. 1, una testatina figurata incisa su rame ad un quarto di pag. con scena allegorico-religiosa. Bruniture e fioriture. Prima edizione di questa traduzione dell'Apocalisse compiuta da Bossuet e da lui corredata di un ampio commento fondante della moderna esegesi di tale libro biblico. L'opera costituisce anche un importante documento del tentativo cattolico di riunire la confessione ugonotta al papato di Roma. Bourseaud, p. 18: Elle a fait epoque dans linterpretation de lApocalypse. Verlaque, Bibl. rainsonnée des oeuvres de B., Parigi, 1908, p. 42. Brunet, I, 1136. Manca a Tchémerzine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Italy]
2008-08-18 22:24:54
TITUS, Silas]
[London, 1689. Small 4to, pp. [2], 27. Bound in later 3/4 calf, rubbed, upper cover separate, some minor foxing and soiling, very good. Wing T-1312. Pamphlet is addressed to Oliver Cromwell and the Army in Preface. First edition may be in Holland in 1657. The three questions are: 1. "Whether my Lord Protector be a Tyrant of not?" 2. "If he be, whether it is Lawful to do Justice upon him without solemnity, that is, to kill him? 3. "If it be lawful, whether it is likely to prove profitable or noxious to the commonwealth?" Colonel Titus was a member of Parliament from 1680 to 1681. Cromwell was Lord Protector from 1653 to 1658. Written to instigate the assassination of Oliver Cromwell. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2008-07-31 10:33:58
Santolio, Victorine (Santeul, Jean Baptiste)
Paris: Apud Dionysium Thierry., 1689. Paris: Apud Dionysium Thierry.. VG book. Contemporary full brown leather. Gilted spine label.. 1689. Hardcover.. VG book. Tight. 12.5X8.5X3(cm). (16),382,(8),(12)pp. Engraved tp vignette & a few initials & head & tail pieces. . 4 raised ribs. Gilt lettered spine label in 2nd panel: "SANTOLI HYMNI SACRI". Other panels w elaborate gilt floral design. Gilt turn ins. Marbled pastedowns & eps. Red text block edges. Green silk page marker. First done in 1685, last in 1698. 12 pages of music at end immediately preceded by 2 pages of errata. Tips & spine ends worn, Top cover outer hinge cracked, hinge still sound. Tight text block, no loose pages or sprung signatures. Santeul was a noted 17th C poet. Provenance: slip glued inside back cover translates to: "sold by Detrez, bookseller, successor to D. Colas, at #4 Place de la Sorbonne". Detrez was an early 19th C bookseller. .
Bookseller: Quiet Friends IOBA [Lyndonville, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-03-30 13:13:48
1689 - reliure plein veau brun marbré in-douze (binding full calfskin duodecimo), dos frotté avec des manques de dorure - 5 nerfs - entre-nerfs à fleuron au fer évidé avec des fleurettes aux angles - titre frappé or (rubbed spine with blurred gilding - with 5 raised bands - between the raised bands floweret with hollowed out blocking stamp and small floweret with the angles - gilt title), coiffe inférieure défraîchie (tail of the spine faded), coins inférieurs écornés (bottom corners dog-eared), roulettes sur les coupes - manque de dorure (fillets on the cuts - blurred gilding), tranches jaspées rouges décolorées (red marbled edges faded), illustrations : orné de bandeaux - lettrines et de culs-de-lampe (illuminated of headpieces and dropped initials and of tailpieces), mouillures brunes sur quelques pages en début d'ouvrage (waterstains on the some pages at the beginning of the book), pages manquantes: de la page 433 à la page 444 (missing pages : page 433 in the page 444), galeries de vers en marge de queue (in bottom margin worm's gallery), XVI+451 pages avec Privilège du Roy, 1689 à Paris Chez Jean Baptiste Coignard Imprimeur Ordinaire du Roy, Livre incomplet (incomplete book) - Contenu des XVI pages avant le texte (Contents of the XVI pages before the text) : Espitre (Epître) de l'auteur à Monseigneur le Marquis de Seignelay Secrétaire d'Etat ; Certificat de Service donné à l'auteur de ce journal par Monsieur le Gouverneur de Saint Domingue ; copie d'une lettre que Monsieur de Cuffy Gouverneur pour le Roy de l'Ile de la Tortue et Côte Saint Domingue, a envoyée à Monsie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard
2008-03-17 22:02:05
[Hennepin, Louis]:
[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] … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-02-13 18:40:50
N.R H.F. And J.K (Nathaniel Ranew + Henry Faithorne + John Kersey), London 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 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2008-02-13 18:40:50
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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2007-12-27 18:33:10
Spener, Philipp
Francofurti ad Moenum : Zunnerus, 1689. 8 Bll., 462 S. Ldr. d. Zt. (stark berieben u. bestoßen, Kapitale mit Fehlstellen, obere Kanten u. Kapital mit Mäusefraß (kein Textverlust). Auszug aus der erstmals 1680 in deutscher Sprache erschienen Schrift "Des thätigen Christenthums Notwendigkeit und Möglichkeit". - Name auf Titel, etw. gebräunt, oberer Rand teilw. wasserfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
2007-12-03 15:01:40
NOBLE Eustache Le
Leyde: Elzevir, 1689. Fine. Elzevir, Leyde 1689, petit in 12 (14,8x9cm), 48pp. (1bc)., 46pp. (1bc)., 41pp. (1bc)., 43pp. (1bc). 46pp., relié. - first editions. Editions elzéviriennes the Sphere. Full contemporary calf, spine tooled raised. Book consists of 5 texts in the first edition together in one volume: The Chamber of Accounts of Innocent XI (5 ° dialogue), The Dream of Pasquin or prom Europe (2 dialogue), The Feast of Guillemot '4 No dialogue), Stone political button, the Diet of Augsburg (9th dialogue). Dialogues appeared anonymously between "1688 and 1691 are pasquinades satirical dialogues between two characters arlequinesques Pasquin and Marsorio. Pasquin is leading the subject, his sidekick asking questions. The whole is treated with due lightness, easily read, the humor and satire are often irresistible. These dialogues were published separately, and each contain a title page, with a publisher often fanciful name and a different city, it goes without saying that there is only one editor really. It was published 19 dialogues, it is naturally very rare to see together. The subjects of each dialogue are different and are, as the title indicates, the main business of the time, and the situation of European countries. Only the first dialogue of the book: the bedroom Innocent XI accounts, do not put in a situation both regular characters, because it is a dialogue between the Pope and Saint-Pierre, the dialogue is nevertheless the fifth pasquinades dialogue. French writer often worn with pamphlets and satire, Eustache le Noble (1643-1711), Baron de Saint-Georges and Te … [Click Below for Full Description]
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