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        GENEALOGIAS CORDOBESAS

      - Importante conjunto de manuscritos sobre genealogias cordobesas compuesto por: 1 arbol genealogico manuscrito de entronque con los Arandas ( S.XIX ). 1 genealogia de Fernando de Osorio y Sotelo, y de Bernarda de Osorio Sotelo y Valenzuela, manuscrito de 1692 de 2 h y 2 arboles genealogicos. 1 manuscrito certificativo de 1676 con sello tercero de 34 maravedis compuesto de 5 h. 1 arbol genealogico manuscrito. 1 arbol genealogico manuscrito. 7 h manuscritas sobre el apellido Valenzuela con 6 sellos qvarto de 1729. 2 h manuscritas de genealogia, S.XVII. 1 h doble folio manuscrita sobre la fundación del mayorazgo de Dña Luisa de Estrada con arbol genealogico. 1 arbol gigante genealogico manuscrito de Felipe Ruiz de Aguayo, Antonio Ruiz de Aguayo, Francisco Javier de Valenzuela, Pascual Clavijo, Alonso Ramirez Valenzuela, año 1757. 1 arbol genealogico final S.XVIII. 1 h doble folio con 2 arboles genealogicos, S.XVIII. 1 certificación eclesiastica sobre Bernarda Osorio, manuscrito de 3 h de 1816. 1 partida de casamiento S.XVIII, 1 h manuscrita. 1 partida de bautismo manuscrita, 3 h . 1 certificado de bautismo manuscrito, 1 h 1808. 1 copia certificado bautismo del S.XIX sobre la fecha de 1714, 2 h. 1 partida de nacimiento de 1 h de 1778. 1 h con el dibujo de las armas de la casa de Almagro-Palomino. 4 h manuscritas, sobre genealogia fechadas en 1793 y firmadas por Juan de Paniagua. 1 h manuscrita sobre el libro Nobleza de España y 3 apellidos. 1 legajo de 1773 a 1783, manuscrito con sellos qvarto sobre familias nobles de Córdoba, compuesto por 24 h manuscritas. 36 h manuscritas con arboles genealogicoas y comentarios sobre su contenido. 1 cátalogo genealogico de las familias nobles de Córdoba, manuscrito de 13 h. 1 legajo manuscrito sobre los Cardenas de 1711 con 14 h. Testimonio de nobleza y armas de las casas, familia y legitima descendencia de los Rodriguez, Arroyo, Minaya, Pintor, Pino, La Fuente, Castro, Osorio, Sotelo, Feijoo, Villalovos, etc, manuscrito de 8 h, final S.XVIII. 6 h sobre el apellido Rodriguez Pintor. 5 h manuscritas sobre el escudo de armas de Cardenas, con sello qvarto de 1653. 1 impreso de indulgencias de1777. 2 h manuscritas con sello qvarto de 1729. 1 gran arbol genealogico de la famila Pintor.

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        Le Theatre De T. Corneille, 5 Volumes

      Suivant la Copie imprimee, A Paris 1692. B00EIHD1Z2 13 to 14 cm tall (24mo). Reveu, corrige & augmente de diverses pieces nouvelles, 5 volumes. Full leather raised bands. Bindings good and tight. 2cm split in joint in Vol 1. Otherwise wear and chips at spine ends. Upper title block missing from vol. 1. Ink circles on end-papers. Paper good and flexible, no foxing. French language. Vol 1 consists of 6 plays, Vol 2 - 8 plays, Vol 3 - 7 plays, Vol 4 - 6 plays, Vol 5 - 6 plays. All dated within about 3 years of 1692 Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide Hardcover Good

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        Guida de' forestieri, curiosi di vedere, e d?intendere le cose più notabili della Regal Città di Napoli e del suo amenissimo distretto.

      a spese di Antonio Bulifon 1692 Napoli, a spese di Antonio Bulifon, 1692. In 16mo; cc.17n.nn., pp.401, cc.14n.nn. Antiporta e 52 tavole di cui due spieghevoli. Una tavola spieghevole, datata 1685, con la veduta della città di Napoli a volo d?uccello. Lievi fori da tarlo sul margine bianco. Pergamena molle coeva. British Library, Cat. Of 17th Century Italian Books II, pag.825.

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        Opus Merlini Cocaii [pseud. ] Poetae Mantuani macaronicorum. Totum in pristinam formam per me magistrum Acquarium Lodolam [pseud.] optimË redactum, in his infra notatis titulis divisum. Zanitonella ... Phantasiae ... Moscheae ... Libellus epistolarum, & epigrammatum

      Amstelodami [i.e., Naples]: Apud Abrahamum à Someren, 1692. First printed in 1517, then in 1521 in its complete form, this appears to be the first edition with these copper engravings. Engraved frontispiece portrait, and 25 fine, engraved vignette headpieces. Contemporary calf, gilt spine, raised bands. Covers scuffed, bands and spine tips rubbed, upper joint starting but sound, free endpapers missing, scattered foxing . Teofilo Folengo (1491 - 1544), aka Merlinus Coccaius, one of the principal Italian macaronic poets, most famous for his BALDO, a burlesque epic in 25 books which was first printed in 1517 on seventeen books or Macaronicae, and was reprinted in 1521 with eight additional books -- all written in the mixed jargon of Latin and Italian verse which became known as "macaronic" in a parody of the Italian chivalrous romance. Folego's at time gross mockery of the clergy endeared him to his younger contemporary, Rabelais, and his influence on the great French author of Gargantua and Pantagruel has often been noted. Despite often being censored, Its popularity is witnessed by some 12 or more editions which preceded this one (which was possibly printed in Naples), which stands out from its prredecessors for the exuberant whimsy of its fine engravings. BAldo appears in this edition under the title "Phantasiae", along with his parody of the Vergilian pastorial, "Zanitonella," the "Moschea", a mock-heroic celebration of the victory of the ants over the flies in the manner of the pseudo-Homeric "Batrachomyomachia"

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        Opus Merlini Cocaii [pseud. ] Poetae Mantuani macaronicorum. Totum in pristinam formam per me magistrum Acquarium Lodolam [pseud.] optimè redactum, in his infra notatis titulis divisum. Zanitonella . Phantasiae . Moscheae . Libellus epistolarum, & epigrammatum

      Amstelodami [i.e., Naples]: Apud Abrahamum à Someren, 1692 - Teofilo Folengo (1491 - 1544), aka Merlinus Coccaius, one of the principal Italian macaronic poets, most famous for his BALDO, a burlesque epic in 25 books which was first printed in 1517 on seventeen books or Macaronicae, and was reprinted in 1521 with eight additional books -- all written in the mixed jargon of Latin and Italian verse which became known as "macaronic" in a parody of the Italian chivalrous romance. Folego's at time gross mockery of the clergy endeared him to his younger contemporary, Rabelais, and his influence on the great French author of Gargantua and Pantagruel has often been noted. Despite often being censored, Its popularity is witnessed by some 12 or more editions which preceded this one (which was possibly printed in Naples), which stands out from its prredecessors for the exuberant whimsy of its fine engravings. BAldo appears in this edition under the title "Phantasiae", along with his parody of the Vergilian pastorial, "Zanitonella," the "Moschea", a mock- heroic celebration of the victory of the ants over the flies in the manner of the pseudo-Homeric "Batrachomyomachia" First printed in 1517, then in 1521 in its complete form, this appears to be the first edition with these copper engravings. Engraved frontispiece portrait, and 25 fine, engraved vignette headpieces. Contemporary calf, gilt spine, raised bands. Covers scuffed, bands and spine tips rubbed, upper joint starting but sound, free endpapers missing, scattered foxing [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        STAMPA IL REGNO DEL PORTOGALLO, DESCRITTO DA GIACOMO CANTELLI DA VIG.A, GEOGRAFO DEL SERENISS. SIG. DUCA DI MOD.A, SU L'ESEMPLARE DELLE PIU' ESATTE E RECENTI NOTIZIE E DATO IN LUCE DA DOMENICO DE ROSSI, HEREDE DI GIO. GIAC.O DE ROSSI, DALLE SUE STAMPE IN ROMA ALLA PACE...1692

      ROMA, alla Pace, Domenico DE ROSSI, 1692 (le carte datano dal 1669 - 1696)Incisione originale eseguita su matrice di rame senza testo al verso; in basso  a sinistra, cartiglio araldico con titolo e dati editoriali; in alto a sinistra elaborata edicola  con dedicatoria, al margine inferiore destro, scale metriche.   La grande e bella carta geografica, impressa su due fogli uniti data la dimensione, raffigura l'intero Portogallo.  La tavola  proviene dal  Mercurio Geografico,  uno dei più celebri  atlanti di epoca barocca, la maggiore impresa cartografica italiana del XVII secolo. La raccolta fu iniziata da Giacomo De Rossi  nel 1669 ed ultimata dal figlio Domenico nel 1696, vi parteciparono a comporla  i maggiori cartografi del tempo, a partire da Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola e altri, quali Sanson, Baudrand, Lubin e Ameti. Le carte che componevano l'imponente atlante venivano vendute anche singolarmente. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo,  tracce di piegature dovute all'inserimento in atlante.

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        The Arts of Empire, And Mysteries of State Discabineted. In Political and Polemical Aphorisms, grounded on Authority and Experience. And Illustrated with the Choicest Examples and Historical Observations. By the ever-renowned Knight Sir Walter Raleigh, published by John Milton Esq;

      London:: G. Croom for Joseph Watts,, 1692.. 8vo.. Modern paneled calf in antique design, spine banded, title gilt, some darkening at edges. ?In the course of the 1650s several of Ralegh's texts were published or republished, and some works by others were attributed to him, notably Maxims of State and Cabinet Council, the latter published by John Milton. Plainly his name carried a powerful attraction for writers and publishers, either to sell works which were not actually his or to validate a message; but it is not always easy to identify the message. It is far from clear, for instance, whether Milton published Cabinet Council because he was offering it as an ironic criticism of Cromwell or because it gave advice on how best to endure tyranny. Ralegh seems to be supplied with varying identities by writers of the Commonwealth and protectorate: for some the representative of corrupt monarchies, for others the advocate of aggressive commercialism. The one thing that seems quite certain is that his name attracted interest and helped to sell books. [Oxford DNB] Although Milton believed that the manuscript he edited was by Raleigh, the attribution is doubtful. Cf. William Riley Parker, "Milton", p. 516-517, and J. Shawcross, "Milton Bibliography", 256. Originally published in 1658 as: The Cabinet-Council (Wing R156).

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        STAMPA IL REGNO DEL PORTOGALLO, DESCRITTO DA GIACOMO CANTELLI DA VIG.A, GEOGRAFO DEL SERENISS. SIG. DUCA DI MOD.A, SU L'ESEMPLARE DELLE PIU' ESATTE E RECENTI NOTIZIE E DATO IN LUCE DA DOMENICO DE ROSSI, HEREDE DI GIO. GIAC.O DE ROSSI, DALLE SUE STAMPE IN ROMA ALLA PACE...1692

      ROMA, alla Pace, Domenico DE ROSSI, 1692 (le carte datano dal 1669 - 1696)Incisione originale eseguita su matrice di rame senza testo al verso; in basso  a sinistra, cartiglio araldico con titolo e dati editoriali; in alto a sinistra elaborata edicola  con dedicatoria, al margine inferiore destro, scale metriche.   La grande e bella carta geografica, impressa su due fogli uniti data la dimensione, raffigura l'intero Portogallo.  La tavola  proviene dal  Mercurio Geografico,  uno dei più celebri  atlanti di epoca barocca, la maggiore impresa cartografica italiana del XVII secolo. La raccolta fu iniziata da Giacomo De Rossi  nel 1669 ed ultimata dal figlio Domenico nel 1696, vi parteciparono a comporla  i maggiori cartografi del tempo, a partire da Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola e altri, quali Sanson, Baudrand, Lubin e Ameti. Le carte che componevano l'imponente atlante venivano vendute anche singolarmente. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo,  tracce di piegature dovute all'inserimento in atlante.

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        [Title-Page] Mercurio Geografico [...] Tomo Secondo [...]

      Rome,, 1692. Copper engraved title-page, 42 x 26.5 cms, black and white as issued, blank verso.

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        Le Theatre De T. Corneille, 5 Volumes

      Suivant la Copie imprimee, A Paris, 1692. Hardcover. Good. Reveu, corrige & augmente de diverses pieces nouvelles, 5 volumes. Full leather raised bands. Bindings good and tight. 2cm split in joint in Vol 1. Otherwise wear and chips at spine ends. Upper title block missing from vol. 1. Ink circles on end-papers. Paper good and flexible, no foxing. French language. Vol 1 consists of 6 plays, Vol 2 - 8 plays, Vol 3 - 7 plays, Vol 4 - 6 plays, Vol 5 - 6 plays. All dated within about 3 years of 1692 Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide

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        The Good House-Wife made a Doctor... being a Plain Way of Nature's own Prescribing, to prevent and cure most Diseases....

      London: for H.N. and T.S., 1692. 12¡ London: for H.N. and T.S., 1692. 12¡. later edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. Second Edition 1692. 12mo 14.5 x 8 cms. Intermittent mild to moderate toning, B1 with small loss to fore-edge corner, just touching text. Ex-Libris Lamley family (two ink names from 1700's on end blank), else a very good clean copy of this rare work in full contemporary calf, without spine label. Bindings good and solid.

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        The Works of... Which were formerly Printed in Two Volumes, are now Reprinted in One. To which is added a Comedy called the New Inn. With Additions never before Published

      London: Printed by Thomas Hodgkin, for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, T. Bassett, R. Chiswell, M. Wotton [and] G. Conyers, 1692. . Folio, (x), 264, 281-368, 371-382, 393-744, (4) pp, as called for. Portrait frontispiece, one leaf with a closed tear, old signatures to title page, later bookplates of Amasa Stone Mather and Horace Somerville Sewell to front endpapers, old catalogue slip to paste down, light marginal damp staining to the corners. Contemporary calf, marked with some wear to edges, rebacked with minor loss to the top of the spine. Wing J1006. Jonson’s works first appeared in 1616 with two further volumes following in 1641.

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        Alter und neuer Münz-Schlüssel Oder Beantwort- und Eröffnung CCXXII. Curioser Fragen, das Münzwesen betreffend. Nemlich: Von der Münz Alterthum, Aufkommen, Gerechtigkeit selbige zu schlagen, unterschiedlichen Sorten. als Hebräisch-Chaldäisch-Persisch-Griechisch- und Römischen,... Anstatt des II. Theils C. L. Lucii,... neuer Münz.Tractat

      Nürnberg, Joh. Zieger 1692.. kl.-4°. 7 Bll., 364 S. Mit gest. Frontisp., 4 mehrf. gefalt. Tab. u. 92 Kupfertaf. Ldr. d. frühen 19. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Stellenw. gebräunt, sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. vgl. Graesse III, 314; Lipsius 191 u. 236 - Bedeutendes, reich illustriertes Sammelwerk zur älteren Müzgeschichte.

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        Al serenissimo Principe di Toscana, Formazione, e Misura di tutti i Cieli Con la struttura, e quadratura esatta dell'intero, e delle parti di un nuovo Cielo ammirabile, e di uno degli antichi delle Volte regolari degli Architetti. Curiosa escitazione matematica di V.V., ultimo scolare del Galileo

      Florence: Piero Matini, 1692. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to. [24.2 x 18 cm], xiv, 32 pp., (1) f. ("Ommessioni"), without initial blank, as often. Cancel on p. 17. Several corrections in ink by an early reader. Worming in upper and lower gutter. Bound in contemporary calf,, spine rebacked. Generally very fresh. Very rare first and only edition of this book of geometrical problems proposed by Galileo's last disciple, including Viviani's own solution to the Florentine Enigma he had earlier that year published under a pseudonym. In the dedication to Prince Ferdinand de Medici, he identifies himself for the first time as the author of this challenge, which was occupying Europe's foremost mathematicians. "At the age of 70 Viviani, afflicted by numerous ills contracted in the countryside where he had been sent by his masters, housebound, turned to the many papers in his Geometric Exercises. The work is addressed to the "expert geometers and valorous analysts of Italy and abroad whose stupendous inventions have revealed to the world 'the art of solving knots far more intricate than these.' In this volume he again proposes the problem previously published under the name of D. Pio Lisci Pusillo Geometra." (Cinti, p. 314) "The problem was to perforate a hemispheric arch, having four equal windows, in such a way that the residual surface could be squared. Viviani solved the problem by a method that became well known. It is accomplished by the intersection of four right cylinders, the bases of which are tangent to the base of the hemisphere." (DSB XIV, 49) According to the mathematical historian Montucla, Viviani's solution presented here "is superior to all others." (Riccardi II, 628) The Florentine Enigma drew many responses the same year, most notably one by Leibniz who published it under the title Aenigma architectonico-geometricum Florentia (1692) and dedicated it, too, to Prince Ferdinand. The nature of the intersection of cylinder and hemisphere continued to occupy mathematicians until recent times; contributions to the discussion include Gregorius Maettig Kloss' Einige Anwendungen des Florentiner Problems (1856), or Leopold Klein's Über das Sogenannte Vivianische Fenster (1915). Viviani's work includes seven new geometrical problems of a similar nature, most involving the intersection planes and solid objects and their squares. It is notable that even at this advanced age, when Viviani had built a solid reputation on his own and Galileo had been dead for 50 years, the author signs his work, and heads every page of it, with "Ultimo Scolare [last disciple] del Galileo." OCLC: Burndy, Chicago, Cornell, Harvard, Linda Hall, * Cinti 164 (mentioning the cancel on p. 17); Riccardi I.628-8.

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        Summa diversorum tractatuum, in quibus quamplurimæ vniuersi iuris selectiores, methodicæ, practicæ, ac decisiuæ conclusiones circa iudicia, contractus, vltimas voluntates, & delicta, ad forum sæculare, ecclesiasticum, & consientiæ spectantes, ordine alphabetico ad instar vberrimi repertorii habentur .. Tomus primus [-quartus] .

      apud Paulum Balleonium 1692 4 volumi in fol.,Vol. 1: pp. [16], 510, [62], 150, [2]; Vol.2: pp. 4, 463, 69, 178 ; Vol. 3: pp. 4, 448, 66, 116 . Vol. 4: pp. 442, 46; 12, 200, 40. Marca sul front. del v. 1; sui front. dei v. 2-4;nei fregi presenti agli inizi dei singoli libri. Marca editoriale Un'aquila bicipite con una corona tra le due teste; al centro uno stemma con le iniziali PB intrecciate simmetricamente. Editio veneta, innumeris accessionibus à Guido Antonio Sabello I.C. Auctoris filio diligenter collectis, & sparsim hoc signo [mano] notatis, locupletata. Rilegatura coeva in t. pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Vari interventi di restauro ai piatti.

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        LES VIES DES HOMMES ILLUSTRES ET GRANDS CAPITAINES FRANÇOIS, QUI SONT PEINTS DANS LA GALLERIE DU PALAIS ROYAL. AVEC LEURS PRINCIPALES ACTIONS, ARMES & DEVISES [PLATES]

      Paris: Nicolas Le Gras. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1692. Hardcover. Engravings; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; [12], 396 pages; Les vies des hommes illustres et grands capitaines franc Ois, qui sont peints dans la gallerie du Palais Royal. Avec leurs principales actions, armes & devises. Ensemble les abregez historiques de leurs vies, composez. 26 engraved portrait plates. Orbanebts. Contemporary calf gilt, bottom of spine chipped; repaired clean tear in K2. Emblem book. Contents VG. Worldcat returns 4 copies of this apparently 2nd edition. Library of Congress returns no copies. .

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        Epitome rerum Romanarum cum Notis integris Cl. Salmasii, & selectis Variorum

      Amstelaedami (Amsterdam): Wetstenium, 1692. Full Calf. Fine. Four books in one volume. Latin text throughout. Reprinted from the Utrecht edition of 1680. Octavo (5 x 8 inches). Full contemporary calf (or nearly so), four raised bands, elaborately gilt spine with gilt title on red morocco label. Engraved (beautifully so by Romeyn de Hooghe) title page depicting the goddess Roma enthroned and adored by the peoples of the world, followed by a second title page with vignette, 29 engraved plates depicting numerous roman medals and coins, and a folding table. Binding tight and square; contents remarkably crisp, clean and bright. A Fine copy. Gibson's Library, p. 126 (for a later Amsterdam edition), Florus's rapid sketch of Roman military history, in four books, from the foundation of the city to the closing of the temple of Janus by Augustus (25 BC), tracing the rise and fall of Rome's military might. Since the book rests on a tradition independent of Livy, it still merits attention, and was a popular school text in the Middle Ages. Larger format, edited by the German classical scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703) and containing extensive notes by Salmasius printed at the foot of each text page.

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        La Savoia divisa nelle sue Principali Provincie da Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola [....]

      Rome, c. 1692. Map. Two copper engraved map-sheets, platemarks each approx. 42 x 57 cms, engraved by Antonius Barbey, black and white as issued, trimmed to neatline, blank verso. From Mercurio geografico, an unusual and finely engraved work. With date of revision, 1692, in the cartouche.

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        A Practical Discourse Concerning a Future Judgment / by William Sherlock

      London : Printed For W. Rogers ..., 1692. 1st Edition. Physical desc. : [6], 541, [3] p. Subject: Judgment Day - Early works to 1800. Theology - Early works to 1800. Errata: p. [6]. Advertisement: p. [1]-[3] at end. Referenced by: Wing S3307. ESTC, R14162. With initial imprimatur leaf. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a contrasting morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        Nova bibliotheca auctorum ecclesiasticorum, eorum Vitae Historiam, Operum Catalogum, Criticen, Et Chronologiam Complectens, Ac Eorum, Qvæ Continent Compendium Super Eorum Cum Stylo, Tum Doctrina Judicium, Nec Non Variarum Operum Editionum Enumerationem / Euctore DD. L. Ellies Dupin, Sacræ Facultatis Pariensis Doctore Sorbonica, & Philosophie Professore Regio

      Paris, Societas 1692 -1693. 22 cm. Teil 1 - 3 (= alles Erschienene) in 3 Bänden; (20), 374; 710; (8), 595 Seiten mit 2 (statt 3) gestochen Frontispiz Pergamentband der Zeit - Graesse II, 448 (vgl.) - BBKL I, 1429 (vgl.) - Lateinische Ausgabe seines Hauptwerks "Nouvelle Bibliothèque des auteurs ecclésiastiques", das- wie schon früher seine patristischen und kirchenrechtlichen Werke - auf den Index librorum prohibitorum gesetzt wurde (BBKL). Band 2 mit Druckvermerk "Köln, Huguetan" Druckort "Köln" ist fingiert; tatsächlich wurde das Werk in Amsterdam gedruckt. Louis Ellies Dupin (1657-1719) wurde als Anhänger des Jansenismus von der Sorbonne, wo er seit 1684 lehrte, zeitweise vertrieben und wegen seiner gallikanischen und konfessionell-unionistischen Anschauungen viel befehdet. Ecken angestoßen, Band 1 Rückenbezug über dem Vordergelenk restauriert - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Archaeologiae Philosophicae: sive doctrina antiqua de reum originibus. Libri duo

      London: Typis R.N. Impensis Gualt. Kettilby.. 1692 First edition of Burnet's second major work, an early attempt to reconcile the formation of the earth with the Biblical account of creation. . Contemporary calf with covers ruled in blind. . Small quarto. Text engraving on p. 181. Separate title-page for Book II. Dedication to William III. Joints neatly repaired. Several marginal tears and dog-ears, small wormhole at lower margin in gatherings K and L. Endpapers ruled in red, with some contemporary ink notes, additional ink notes in some margins, in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. A very good, unsophisticated copy. Burnet (1635-1715), who received his BA at Clare College, Cambridge, and his MA at Christ's College, Cambridge, was Master of Charterhouse and Clerk of the Closet to William III.. He first espoused his theory of the earth's creation in The Theory of the Earth, published in Latin as Telljuris Theori Sacra in 1681, and in English in 1684. He suggested that the earth was a hollow sphere, with most of the water inside until Noah's Flood, at which time the mountains and oceans appeared. Burnet discussed his theories with his friend, Isaac Newton, who admired his thought processes, and even suggested the possibility that when God created the Earth, the days were longer. In Archaeologiae Philosophicae, Burnet amplifies his ideas in The Theory of the Earth. Whereas the earlier work is based on his understanding of scripture and history, which were largely speculative, the second book is an attempt to base it on the Cartesian world theory and neo-Platonist philosophy, and it was here that he got into trouble and offended many people, including the king, who made him resign his post.

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        MATHEMATICKS MADE EASIE:

      London, printed for J. Moxon, 1692.. Or, a Mathematical Dictionary, explaining the terms of art, and difficult phrases used in Arithmetick, Geometry, Astronomy, Astrology, and other Mathematical Sciences. Wherein the true meaning of the word is rendred, the nature of things signified discussed, and (where need requires) illustrated with apt figures and diagrams. With an Appendix, exactly containing the quantities of all sorts of weights and measures: the characters and meaning of the marks, symbols, or abreviations commonly used in Algebra. And sundry other observables. Second edition 1692, corrected and much enlarged by Henry Coley, 8vo, 170 x 105 mm, 7 x 4¼ inches, PORTRAIT FRONTISPIECE LACKING BUT REPLACED WITH GOOD QUALITY FACSIMILE, 4 engraved plates (1 double page, 1 folding), pages (32), 199 including 8 page catalogue of globes, maps, mathematical instruments and books made and sold by Moxon, plus 1 unnumbered page advertising the teaching subjects of Henry Coley. Bound in modern quarter calf over marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, raised bands and gilt lines to spine, gilt lettering, marbled endpapers. Ink name on title page which is slightly browned at edges, a few pages lightly browned, occasional emphasis marks in margins in blue pencil, all erased, but a few showing slightly, tiny hole in 1 page with loss of 2 letters, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. See The Honeyman Collection Part V 2263 Joseph Moxon (1627-1700) was a London dealer and printer, specialising in mathematical books and instruments, a globe maker, amateur in the mechanical arts, hydrographer to Charles II, and Fellow of the Royal Society, the first tradesman to be so elected. He was the first to produce a dictionary devoted to mathematics in the English language. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Narracion de la maravillosa aparicion, que hizo el arcangel S. Miguel a Diego Lazaro de S. Francisco, indio feligres del pueblo de S. Bernardo, de la jurisdicion de Santa Maria Nativitas. fundacion del santuario, que llaman S. Miguel del Milagro; de la fuente milagrosa, que debaxo de vna peña mostrò el principe de los angeles; de los milagros, que ha hecho el agua bendita, y el barro amasado de dicha fuente en los que con fè, y devocion han usado de ellos para remedio de sus males

      En Sevilla: Por Thomas Lopez de Haro, 1692. 4to (20 cm; 7.75"). [7 of 8] ff., 194 pp., [2 of 3] ff., wanting one leaf of preliminaries and final blank. First edition. This major history of the Apparition of Archangel Saint Michael to the Indian Diego Lararo de San Francisco in the region of Santa Maria Nativitas, province of Tlaxcala, in the Spring of 1613, is from the pen of a noted Jesuit author who has the distinction of being the earliest known Florida-born author. Florencia (1619–95) entered the => Jesuit Order in 1642 and was a noted preacher and highly regarded author. In addition to recounting the story of the apparition, the author compares and contrasts it with apparition of Virgin of Guadalupe and Nuestra Senora de Remedios and he does the same for the Indians who experienced the apparitions. Additionally he tells of the shrine constructed for St. Michael, the religious art that was created for the shrine, and, of course, he studies the miracles attributed to the holy spot and its well and assesses the reliability of the testimony asserting the miracles. In a later part of the volume Florencia chronicles the springing up in other parts of New Spain of shrines to St. Michael. The work ends with the antiphony and prayers used at the shrine in Tlaxcala and with the novena to St. Michael and an explanation of the same. The work is in Spanish but => there is a passage in Nahuatl on p. 199. Provenance: Late 19th-century ownership stamps of A. Gonzalez Nunez, two partially inked over or partially erased. There is bad cataloguing relating to this work. An edition was printed at Seville with no date and with "Imprenta de las Siete Revultas" in the imprint and the word "maravillosa" spelled "marabillosa"; too often this is catalogued as having been printed in 1692 when in fact it was printed in 1740. Copies of the true first edition are hard to find. After searching NUC and WorldCat and double-checking reported holdings against OPACs, we find only two U.S. libraries reporting ownership of the true first edition: JCB and the Hispanic Society. False reports were found for Bancroft and the University of Florida. Alden & Landis 692/63; Sabin 24815 (for the 1740 edition only); DeBacker-Sommervogel, III, 798 (for the 1740 edition only); Medina, BHA, 6467; Palau 92347 (for the 1740 edition only). Not in H. de León-Portilla, Tepuztlahcuilolli. Contemporary limp vellum, lacking the ties; recased, spine with small repairs. All edged made black (but in an uneven way). Old bookseller's stamp on title and three other pages, three stamps partially inked over; several old inscriptions ineffectually inked over. Lacking the preliminary leaf with the woodcut of St. Michael on the verso and the final blank leaf. Some water- and other staining; last leaf soiled and last four with small damage to foremargin (no loss of text). => A rare, and MEATY, thing.

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        EPITOME DE LA VIDA, Y HECHOS DE DON SEBASTIAN

      - DEZIMO SEXTO Rey de Portugal, y Vnico deste Nombre. Jornadas que hizo à las Conquistas de Africa, y su muerte desgraciada. Com Discursos Escolasticos, Politicos, Historiales, y Morales, deduzidos de la misma Historia. DIRIGIDO A LA SERENISSIMA REYNA de los Angeles, MARIA SANTISSIMA Señora nuestra, com Titulo de la SOLEDAD. POR EL LICENCIADO D. JUAN DE BAENA PARADA, Presbytero, Natural de Coronada Villa de Madrid. Con Privilegio. En Madrid. Por Antonio Gonçalez de Reyes. Año de M. DC. LXXXXII. [1692]. In 8º gr. (de 16x21 cm) com [xx], 210, [xiv] pags. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível com título manuscrito na lombada. Ilustrado com as armas do autor na folha de rosto; um ícone da Virgem maria na primeira folha de texto; e um diagrama genealógico desdobrável com a ascendência de do rei D. Sebastião. Exemplar apresenta folhas de guarda com palimpsesto de lei gótico. Obra com uma descrição muito pormerorizada da Batalha de Alcácer-Quibir (pag 99 a 123) e como ocorreu o equívoco da sobrevivência do rei D. Sebastião (pag. 150 e segs). Primeira e única edição desta obra. Palau 1990, I, 154. [FR] Reliure de l’époque en parchemin avec titre manuscrit au dos. Illustré avec un blason d’armes sur la page de titre, une icône de la Vierge Marie sur la première page du texte, et un schéma d'ascendance généalogique du Roi Sebastian. Livre avec une description de la Bataille de Alcazarquivir, au Marroque (pag 99-123) et comment l'erreur militaire s'est produit (p. 150 et suiv.). Première et seule édition de cet ouvrage. [EN] Contemporary binding in parchment with handwritten title at spine. Illustrated with a coat of arms on the title page, an icon of the Virgin Mary on the first page of text, and a diagram of the ancestry of King Sebastian. Book with a description of the Battle of Alcazarquivir at Marocco (pag 99-123) and how the military error occurred (p. 150 et seq.). First and only edition of this book. Location/localizacao: raros

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        Dioptrica Nova. A Treatise of Dioptricks in Two Parts. Wherein the Various Effects and Appearances of Spherick Glasses, both Convex and Concave, Single and Combined, in Telescopes and Microscopes, Together with Their Usefulness in many Concerns of Humane Life, are Explained

      43 folding engraved plates. 8 p.l., 301, [1] pp., one leaf of ads. 4to, attractive modern crushed morocco (minor browning), double gilt fillet round sides, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. London: B. Tooke, 1692. First edition and a lovely copy of the first treatise on optics published in English. This was for many years the standard work in Britain. "It was intended as a complete and clear account of current optical knowledge independent of any hypotheses concerning the nature of light. Appended to it was Halley's famous theorem for finding the foci of lenses. A popular text, it was reprinted in 1709 and provided a scientific base for Berkeley's Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision. The book was widely distributed, and Molyneux personally sent copies to Newton, Halley, Locke, Hooke, Boyle, Flamsteed, and Huygens. Its publication ended his friendship with Flamsteed, who, according to Molyneux, took umbrage at the lack of prominence accorded his work... "In the dedicatory epistle, Molyneux lavishly praised Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding; Locke's letter thanking him initiated a lengthy correspondence that was ended only by Molyneux's death in 1698."-D.S.B., IX, p. 465. "The first part presented 59 propositions on geometrical optics, providing a thorough treatment of the nature of sight and the properties of lenses, telescopes, microscopes, and magic lanterns. The second part consisted of a series of chapters on topics including refraction and light, glasses for defective eyes, and telescopic instruments. In treating refraction, Molyneux highlighted Leibniz's seminal essay of 1682, which marked the beginning of the famous dispute about the principle of least action, or Fermat's principle. He warmly approved of Leibniz's refutation of Descartes' explanation of refraction, and embraced the German's doctrine of final causes. Refraction and the finite velocity of light led Molyneux to conclude that 'Light is a Body.' For certain propositions Molyneux gave the solutions of Flamsteed in addition to his own, but the publication led to a breach between the two, with Flamsteed taking offence probably because the manuscript was not shown to him before publication but entrusted instead to his rival Halley."-ODNB. Molyneux (1656-98), studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and founded the Dublin Philosophical Society, which emulated the Royal Society of London. A fine and crisp copy with none of the browning and foxing to the plates which is so common to other copies. Complete with the imprimatur and advertisement leaves. ❧ Kemp, The Science of Art, p. 235. King, The History of the Telescope, pp. 56, 96, & 112. .

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        Isola del Giapone e Penisola de Corea

      Venice., 1692. [Japan and Korea] 480 x 670 mm. Copperplate engraving. Good condition, staining at centrefold. Very minor foxing. A large and impressive map of Japan and its near neighbour Korea. A large and decorative title cartouche is complemented by rhumb lines, and an imperial boat sailing midway between the two countries. This vessel was apparently capable of traversing the distance of the 220 miles between the cities of Osaka and Nagasaki in only 12 days (Walter 43). Father Vincenzo Coronelli was a map Venetian map and globe maker in addition to being a Minorite Friar in Venice. He became cosmographer to the republic of Venice in 1685. Prior to this, between 1681 and 1683, Coronelli had been map maker royal to the French king Louis XIV in Paris. Coronelli was also famous for producing wonderful sets of gores for use on globes. He produced a spectacular pair of large scale globes for both the Duke of Parma and Louis XIV.

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        Mare del Nord [North Sea, Atlantic]

      Excellent copy of this large map of the North Atlantic. c1692. Venice. Slight toning on middle of the map, hardly visible, else a gorgeous and remarkably well preserved map. 610 mm x 453 mm. Copper engraved map of the Atlantic, ca. 1692, by Coronelli. A magnificent chart, extending from North America ?including the entire East Coast and Florida- to North South America ?showing the Caribbean-, and the North Atlantic Ocean with Europe´s and Africa´s Western extremities. Coronelli, a Franciscan Priest, was a mathematician and cartographer, appointed official cosmographer to the Venetian Republic in 1685, his maps are easily recognized for the style of their impressions. Illustrated with a large cartouche on the upper left corner. Uncoloured as issued.

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        Isola Cuba Descritta

      Venice: V.M. Coronelli, [circa 1692]. Copper-engraved map, with modern outline colour. 13 1/2 x 19 inches. A very attractive map of Cuba, by a celebrated Venetian cartographer This very fine map of Cuba is from Coronelli's Isolario dell' Atlante Veneto, a magnificent atlas of the world's islands. The map captures the long expanse of Cuba, with the island's main towns indicated by pictorial symbols. To the south are numerous islands including the enchanting "Jardin de la Reya" (Garden of the Queen) and the Cayman Islands, and to the northwest lie the Bahamas. The handsome Baroque title cartouche in the lower-left corner is adorned with allegorical iconography alluding to the great bounty of Cuba.

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        ISOLA CUBA DESCRITTA

      Venice: V.M. Coronelli, [ca. 1692].. Copper-engraved map, with modern outline color. Sheet size: 13 1/2 x 19 inches. Very good. This very fine map of Cuba is from Coronelli's ISOLARIO DELL' ATLANTE VENETO, a magnificent atlas of the world's islands. The map captures the long expanse of Cuba, with the island's main towns indicated by pictorial symbols. To the south are numerous islands including the enchanting "Jardin de la Reya" (Gardens of the Queen) and the Cayman Islands, and to the northwest lie the Bahamas. The handsome Baroque title cartouche in the lower-left corner is adorned with allegorical iconography alluding to the great bounty of Cuba.

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        Historia Inquisitionis. Cum Subjungitur Liber Sententiarum Inquisitionis Tholocanae Ab anno Christi MCCCVII ad annum MCCCXXXIII

      Amstelodami: Henricum Wetstenium, 1692. First edition.. Hardcover. Fine. Folio . (16),384,(12),(8),397,(17) pp. Nine engraved plates. Contemporary vellum binding, leather lettering label, gilt. Title page printed in red and black, and with engraved vignette. Six of the engravings are full page plates, and three are double page. (though two of the singles are also on one double page). Trace of wear to the vellum, esp., along the top of the rear board, else this is a fine copy with stunning plates. Graesse IV,212; van der Vekena 1875; Caillet 6693.

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        Dioptrica nova. A Treatise of Dioptricks, In Two Parts. Wherein the Various Effects and Appearances of Spherick Glasses, both Convex and Concave, Single and Combined, in Telescopes and Microscopes, Together with Their Usefulness in many Concerns of humane life, are explained.

      London: for Benj. Tooke, 1692 - Quarto (240 × 183 mm). Contemporary blind-panelled calf, sometime rebacked with gilt spine, red morocco label, relined to style. Short closed tear at foot of imprimatur leaf with old repair, wormhole (mostly single, becoming double) at lower outer corner through to quire O, mostly beyond the text, very occasional minor damping at fore-edge margin, 4 plates to the appendix on browned paper; overall, a very good copy. Complete with initial imprimatur leaf and final advert leaf. 43 engraved plates (most folded), diagrams, tables in the text. First edition of the first treatise on the subject to be published in English. Molyneux, who has a claim to be considered the founder of modern science in Ireland, based his book on his discourses to the Dublin Philosophical Society delivered between 1683 and 1686 on the illusion of the different magnitudes of the horizontal and meridional moon, on double vision, and on why four glasses in a telescope show objects erect. The first part presents 59 propositions on geometrical optics, providing a thorough treatment of the nature of sight and the properties of lenses, telescopes, microscopes, and magic lanterns. The second part consists of a series of chapters on topics including refraction and light, glasses for defective eyes, and telescopic instruments. A second edition was published in 1709. The manuscript was seen through the press by Edmond Halley, who allowed Molyneux to include as an appendix his theorem for finding the focus of a spherical lens. Although Molyneux also acknowledged his obligation to John Flamsteed, who had lent him instruments, and gave the solutions of Flamsteed for certain propositions in addition to his own, the publication led to their falling out, probably because Flamsteed resented that the manuscript was not shown to him before publication but entrusted instead to his rival Halley. The book brought Molyneux to the attention of Leibniz – whose refutation of Descartes's explanation of refraction and doctrine of final causes were both warmly approved by Molyneux – and Huygens, then the foremost authority on optics. It also led to a key friendship with John Locke, who took Molyneux's criticisms and suggestions into account in the second edition of his Essay on Human Understanding, notably "the so-called Molyneux problem, included as an addition to the chapter on perception. The question posed was whether a blind man who had learned to distinguish by touch between a cube and a sphere would be able, on gaining his sight, to differentiate the objects without touching them. Molyneux thought not and Locke agreed. The problem had profound philosophical implications and became a key topic in British philosophy" (ODNB). The first edition is notably rare in commerce, having appeared at auction only twice in the past 46 years. Taylor, Mathematical Practitioners, 489; Wing M2405.

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        Das ist: Die ganze Schrift, Altes und Neues Testaments. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Nürnberg, Endter Söhne, 1692. 20, 11, 34 Bll., 686, 950 S., 9 Bll. Mit Kupfertitel, 12 gestoch. Zwischentiteln, 12 gestoch. Porträts (11 Kurfürsten u. Luther), 3 doppelblattgr. Kupferstichkarten, 2 Kupferstichplänen, 1 doppelblattgr. gestoch. Kalendarium, 18 (von 19, 3 doppelblattgr.) Kupferstichtafeln u. 1 ganzseit. Wappenkupfer. Folio. Lederband d. Zt. mit 2 Messingschließen (beschabt, bestoßen).,

      1692 - Bibelslg. Württ. Lb E 937; Jahn S. 74.- Achte Ausgabe der sog. Weimarer Kurfürstenbibel. Die Kurfürstenporträts gestochen von Dürr, Troschel und Kilian nach Richter u.a., Luther von P. Kilian nach Sandrart.- Die letzte Kupferstichtafel (Augsburger Confession) fehlt.- Wenige Randeinrisse, weißer Kopfsteg teilweise mit leichtem Feuchtrand, auf den ersten 200 Seiten einige kleine Wurmlöcher (meist nur im weißen Rand), wenige alte Marginalien.- Mit gedrucktem Exlibris und handschriftlichen Erläuterungen von Andreas Reühle (aus Halberstadt) Anno 1713 auf Spiegel.- Gutes Exemplar mit kräftigen und nuancenreichen Abdrucken der Kupfer.- Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        The Works of... Which were formerly Printed in Two Volumes, are now Reprinted in One. To which is added a Comedy called the New Inn. With Additions never before Published.

      London: Printed by Thomas Hodgkin, for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, T. Bassett, R. Chiswell, M. Wotton [and] G. Conyers, 1692.. Folio, (x), 264, 281-368, 371-382, 393-744, (4) pp, as called for. Portrait frontispiece, one leaf with a closed tear, old signatures to title page, later bookplates of Amasa Stone Mather and Horace Somerville Sewell to front endpapers, old catalogue slip to paste down, light marginal damp staining to the corners. Contemporary calf, marked with some wear to edges, rebacked with minor loss to the top of the spine. Wing J1006. Jonson's works first appeared in 1616 with two further volumes following in 1641.

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        Historie cronologiche della vera origine di tutti gl'Ordini Militari, e Religioni Cavalleresche infino ad hora istituite nel Mondo, Insegne, Croci, Stendardi, Habiti Capitolari, ò di Ceremonia, Statuti, e Constituzioni di cadaun' Ordine. Guerre Campali...

      in Venezia, presso Combi, & La Nou, 1692. 1692 2 voll. in-folio (360x240mm), pp. (16), 432; 433-681, (1) non numerata, 682, (1), 683-866 (numerazione continua); legatura coeva cartonata con titolo manoscritto in antico su tassello in carta applicato al dorso. Antiporta allegorica incisa su rame, sottoscritta da Giovanni Antonio Lazzari e Joseph Juster, titolo in rosso e nero. 35 grandi incisioni in rame a tre quarti di pag. n.t. con raffigurazioni di cavalieri e di rappresentanti dei diversi ordini militari e cavallereschi; 139 vignette incise in legno n.t. da Isabella Piccini con figure di stemmi religiosi e nobiliari, firmate "S. Isabella Pi M.a in S.C. di V.F." Capilettera istoriati. Dedica a stampa a Luigi XIV. Manca il ritratto dell'autore. Restauro reintegrativo di pochi millimetri all'antiporta, ma esemplare stampato su carta forte e in ottimo stato di conservazione. Seconda edizione, notevolmente ampliata sia nel testo che nell'iconografia rispetto alla prima del 1672, di questa magnifica illustrazione di tutti gli ordini militari e cavallereschi esistenti al mondo sino alla data di stampa del volume. Graesse, III p. 90. Vinciana, 266 (edizione del 1672): "A pag. 79 si parla della Compagnia della Calza chiamata dei Sempiterni la quale durò dal principio del sec. XV sino alla fine del sec. XVI sotto varie denominazioni e fu istituita per dare e sovraintendere a feste, spettacoli, funzioni, ecc. in Venezia dati ai propri concittadini nobili e ai principi forastieri". Cicogna, pp. 215 e 229. Infelise, 48. Spreti, 1818. Michel-Michel, IV, 63.

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        [Sobre el Oficio de Regidor Perpetuo de Málaga]. Legajo de Manuscritos de los Siglos XVII y XVIII. {«Testimonio por donde consta estar libre el Oficio de Regidor de Pedro Trujillo y Aguilar de los Censos que el Concejo y Regidores de la Ciudad de Malaga tomaron sobre los Propios y Arbitrios de dicha Ciudad a favor de Doña Leonor Fernandez y Angulo, Viuda de Don Francisco de las Infantas, Veinticuatro de Cordoba, y otros consortes», formado por 10 hojas en folio de papel sellado del año 1692, manuscrito firmado y sellado por los otorgantes el mismo año de 1692. [sigue:] «Quaderno en que esta la Razon de la paga del Oficio de Regidor de Alonso Martinez Caballero» formado por 2 hojas en folio, fechadas en 1639. [sigue:] Una Certificación en en papel sellado de 1644 de la paga referida en el documento anterior con detalle de las cantidades pagadas y recibidas, formado por una hoja. [siguen:] Documentos oficiales manuscritos sobre el Oficio de Regidor Perpetuo y sus actuaciones, pagos al mismo, y asuntos relacionados, con las firmas y sellos de las autoridades que interviene en su redacción, integrados por 19 hojas + 3 hojas + 8 hojas + 4 hojas, fechadas entre 1631 y 1646. [sigue:] «Escritura de Venta del Oficio de Regidor Perpetuo de esta Ciudad de Malaga que compró el Señor Don Pedro Trujillo y Aguilar en el Concurso de Acreedores que se formó a los bienes de Alonso Martinez Caballero por cuya muerte quedo el dicho Oficio». Formado por 32 hojas de papel sellado, con las firmas y sellos notariales, fechado en 1659. [siguen:] Varias cartas de pago del dicho Oficio, con las firmas correspondientes a documentos oficiales. Fechadas en 1660. Integrado por 4 hojas. [sigue:] Reclamaciones de la Real Hacienda a otro Regidor Perpetuo de Malaga, de nombre Juan de Ortega, con firmas y fechadas en 1753. Integrado por 2 hojas de papel sellado. [sigue:] Documento sobre la muerte de dicho Don Juan de Ortega, sus bienes y sus herederos, fechado en 1771. Integrado por otras 2 hojas de papel sellado}.

      Legajo de manuscritos del mayor interés, perfectamente legibles, integrado en conjunto por 92 folios cosidos, de la época. Carpeta.

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        Xantung, e Peking Provincie della China, divise nelle sue Reggioni e dedicate a Mons.re Ill.mo Rev.mo Severoli ?" Coronelli

      CORONELLIIncisione su rame all'acquaforte e bulino. Foglio unico di due incollati insieme di mm 602 x 471. Carta di filo senza tinte, porosa e spessa. Filigrana non rilevata. Ottimo foglio a grandi margini, in carta candida e forte. Lievemente arrossata la piega centrale. Titolo in alto a destra entro ricco cartiglio. Toponimi e descrizioni geografiche nella pianta. Proveniente da: "Corso Geografico Universale", Venezia 1692. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (August 16, 1650 - December 9, 1718) was a Franciscan monk, an Italian cosmographer, publisher and encyclopedist known in particular for his globes. Born in Venice, Coronelli became a Minorite Friar and doctor of Theology at the Collegium San Bonaventura in Rome. In 1678 Coronelli created two globes for the Duke of Parma. These globes had a diameter of c. 175cm and were finely crafted. This drew the attention of the French ambassador, César d'Estrées, who subsequently invited Coronelli to Paris. Coronelli moved to the French capital in 1681, where he lived for two years. Coronelli was commissioned by the cardinal d'Estrées to produce two globes, one of the earth, the other of the heavens, for king Louis XIV. These globes measuring 384cm in diameter are presently relocated to their new place, Bibliothèque nationale François Mitterrand in Paris. Due to his renown he worked in various European countries in the following years, permanently returning to Venice in 1705. In Venice he started his own cosmographical project and published the volumes of Atlante Veneto. In his home city he founded the very first geographical society, the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti. He also held the position of Cosmographer of the Republic of Venice. Later six volumes of the Biblioteca Universale Sacro-Profana were published by Coronelli. This was the first encyclopedia to be ordered alphabetically. Coronelli died at the age of 68 in Vienna, having created hundreds of maps in his lifetime. Original globes by Coronelli are today located in several collections. Pairs of his most famous large (c. 110 cm diameter) globes are e.g. in the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice, in the National Library of Austria and in the Globe Museum in Vienna, in the library of Stift Melk, as well as in Trier, Prague, Paris, London, Washington D.C.. Having been restored and completed, another 1688 terrestrial globe is displayed at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. The International Coronelli Society for the Study of Globes, founded 1952 in Vienna, is named in Coronelli's honour. Ermanno Armao (1944) p. 108 e seguenti.

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        Quantung, e Fokien, Provincie della China, Dedicate Al Molto Reverendo Padre Carlo Trigona? Venezia: Coronelli 1692

      CORONELLIIncisione su rame all'acquaforte e bulino. Foglio unico di due incollati insieme di mm 625 x 470. Carta di filo senza tinte, porosa e spessa. Filigrana non rilevata. Ottimo foglio a grandi margini, in carta candida e forte. Lievemente arrossata la piega centrale. Titolo in basso a destra entro ricco cartiglio. Toponimi e descrizioni geografiche nella pianta. Proveniente da: "Corso Geografico Universale", Venezia 1692. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (August 16, 1650 - December 9, 1718) was a Franciscan monk, an Italian cosmographer, publisher and encyclopedist known in particular for his globes. Born in Venice, Coronelli became a Minorite Friar and doctor of Theology at the Collegium San Bonaventura in Rome. In 1678 Coronelli created two globes for the Duke of Parma. These globes had a diameter of c. 175cm and were finely crafted. This drew the attention of the French ambassador, César d'Estrées, who subsequently invited Coronelli to Paris. Coronelli moved to the French capital in 1681, where he lived for two years. Coronelli was commissioned by the cardinal d'Estrées to produce two globes, one of the earth, the other of the heavens, for king Louis XIV. These globes measuring 384cm in diameter are presently relocated to their new place, Bibliothèque nationale François Mitterrand in Paris. Due to his renown he worked in various European countries in the following years, permanently returning to Venice in 1705. In Venice he started his own cosmographical project and published the volumes of Atlante Veneto. In his home city he founded the very first geographical society, the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti. He also held the position of Cosmographer of the Republic of Venice. Later six volumes of the Biblioteca Universale Sacro-Profana were published by Coronelli. This was the first encyclopedia to be ordered alphabetically. Coronelli died at the age of 68 in Vienna, having created hundreds of maps in his lifetime. Original globes by Coronelli are today located in several collections. Pairs of his most famous large (c. 110 cm diameter) globes are e.g. in the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice, in the National Library of Austria and in the Globe Museum in Vienna, in the library of Stift Melk, as well as in Trier, Prague, Paris, London, Washington D.C.. Having been restored and completed, another 1688 terrestrial globe is displayed at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. The International Coronelli Society for the Study of Globes, founded 1952 in Vienna, is named in Coronelli's honour. Ermanno Armao (1944) p. 108 e seguenti.

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        Parte della Nuova Spagna, ò del Mexico, dove sono le Provincie di Guadalaiara Xalisco Mecoacan e Mexico?" Coronelli 1692

      CORONELLI 1692 1692 Incisione su rame all'acquaforte e bulino. Foglio unico di due incollati insieme di mm 605 x 453. Carta di filo senza tinte, porosa e spessa. Filigrana non rilevata. Titolo in alto a desta entro ricco cartiglio . Toponimi e descrizioni geografiche nella pianta. Proveniente da: "Corso Geografico Universale", Venezia 1692. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (August 16, 1650 - December 9, 1718) was a Franciscan monk, an Italian cosmographer, publisher and encyclopedist known in particular for his globes. Born in Venice, Coronelli became a Minorite Friar and doctor of Theology at the Collegium San Bonaventura in Rome. In 1678 Coronelli created two globes for the Duke of Parma. These globes had a diameter of c. 175cm and were finely crafted. This drew the attention of the French ambassador, César d'Estrées, who subsequently invited Coronelli to Paris. Coronelli moved to the French capital in 1681, where he lived for two years. Coronelli was commissioned by the cardinal d'Estrées to produce two globes, one of the earth, the other of the heavens, for king Louis XIV. These globes measuring 384cm in diameter are presently relocated to their new place, Bibliothèque nationale François Mitterrand in Paris. Due to his renown he worked in various European countries in the following years, permanently returning to Venice in 1705. In Venice he started his own cosmographical project and published the volumes of Atlante Veneto. In his home city he founded the very first geographical society, the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti. He also held the position of Cosmographer of the Republic of Venice. Later six volumes of the Biblioteca Universale Sacro-Profana were published by Coronelli. This was the first encyclopedia to be ordered alphabetically. Coronelli died at the age of 68 in Vienna, having created hundreds of maps in his lifetime. Original globes by Coronelli are today located in several collections. Pairs of his most famous large (c. 110 cm diameter) globes are e.g. in the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice, in the National Library of Austria and in the Globe Museum in Vienna, in the library of Stift Melk, as well as in Trier, Prague, Paris, London, Washington D.C.. Having been restored and completed, another 1688 terrestrial globe is displayed at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. The International Coronelli Society for the Study of Globes, founded 1952 in Vienna, is named in Coronelli's honour. Ermanno Armao (1944) p. 108 e seguenti.

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        Historie cronologiche dell?origine degl?ordini militari e di tutte le religioni caualleresche infino ad hora instituite nel mondo, insegne, croci, stendardi, habiti capitolari, ò di cerimonia, statuti, e constituzioni di cadaun?ordine. Opera dell?abbate Bernardo Giustinian caualiere Gran Croce nell?ordine imperiale di S. Giorgio, &c. Parte prima/seconda.

      Presso Combi & LàNoù, In Venezia. MDCXCII [1692]. 2 v. ([20], 432 p., [2] c. di tav. (antip. calcogr., ritratto dell?autore); [2] p., p. 433-681, [1], 682, [1], 683-866 p.), 2º (33 cm), perg. Antiporta allegorica incisa su rame, sottoscritta da Giovanni Antonio Lazzari e Joseph Juster, titolo in rosso e nero. 35 grandi incisioni in rame a tre quarti di pag. n.t. con raffigurazioni di cavalieri e di rappresentanti dei diversi ordini militari e cavallereschi; 139 vignette incise in legno n.t. da Isabella Piccini con figure di stemmi religiosi e nobiliari, firmate ?S. Isabella Pi M.a in S.C. di V.F.? Capilettera istoriati. Dedica a stampa a Luigi XIV. Seconda edizione, notevolmente ampliata sia nel testo che nell?iconografia rispetto alla prima del 1672, di questa magnifica illustrazione di tutti gli ordini militari e cavallereschi esistenti al mondo sino alla data di stampa del volume. Graesse, III p. 90. Vinciana, 266 (edizione del 1672): ?A pag. 79 si parla della Compagnia della Calza chiamata dei Sempiterni la quale durò dal principio del sec. XV sino alla fine del sec. XVI sotto varie denominazioni e fu istituita per dare e sovraintendere a feste, spettacoli, funzioni, ecc. in Venezia dati ai propri concittadini nobili e ai principi forastieri?. Cicogna, pp. 215 e 229. Infelise, 48. Spreti, 1818. Michel-Michel, IV, 63. Legatura coeva in pergamena con dorso a cinque nervi e tassello in pelle coi titoli oro.

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        Rhegiensis Neuerffneter Gtzentempel

      Frankfurt, Ludwig Bourgeat, 1692. . Bound in white vellum with marbled endpapers and edges. Splitting at head of spine. Includes eighty-eight copper engravings, printed on one side only, following the text. Previous owner's private library stamp on last leaf of dedication and on back of one engraving. Hardcover

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        Histoire De La Conquete Du Mexique, Ou Du La Nouvelle Espagne.

      , 1692. . Cortez, Fernand. HISTOIRE DE LA CONQUETE DU MEXIQUE, OU DU LA NOUVELLE ESPAGNE. Two volumes. Translated from Don Antoine de Solis' Spanish by the author of the Triumvirate. Haye, Adrian Moetjens, 1692. Illustrated with 12 fold-out copper engravings and two fold-out maps, also engraved on copper. Bound in full brown calf and marbled end papers, with ornately gilt stamped panelled spines. Lacking title labels, upper corner bumped on volume two. Interior tight and clean. Very good condition. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very Good

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        Rhegiensis Neuerffneter Gtzentempel

      . Bound in white vellum with marbled endpapers and edges. Splitting at head of spine. Includes eighty-eight copper engravings, printed on one side only, following the text. Previous owner's private library stamp on last leaf of dedication and on back of one engraving. Hardcover

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        Historia de la conquista de Mexico, poblacion, y progressos de la America Septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España

      Second edition of a cornerstone Mexicanum. 1692. Barcelona. Joseph Llopis. In folio (297 mm x 202 mm). 1 [blank] + 10 ff. + 548 + 8 ff. + 1 [blank]. Contemporary vellum slightly shrunk and soiled. A very good copy, a few leaves with mainly marginal damp staining, else fresh, clean and wide margined. Second edition. Published only a few years after the first (Madrid, 1684) and extensively reprinted throughout the 18th century. A cornerstone Americanum and one of the most celebrated histories of New Spain (Mexico); it tells the story of the conquest by Cortes and the fall of Mexico city. Solis y Rivadeneira (1610 ? 1686) was a Spanish writer, dramatist, historian and Philip IV´s private Secretary. His literary qualities gained him the position of official chronicler of the Indes. Embellished with a large woodcut showing the arms of the dedicatee Don Guillen de Rocafull y Rocaberti. Palau, 318603. Sabin, 86447. Leclerc, 1275.

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        Wytworne polskie listy, albo porzadná y zrzrtelná informátiá y mánuductiá, iáko w tákowym iezyku, wedlug teráznieyszego zwyczáiu y stylu, do roznego stánu ludzi ksztátnie listy formowáne y pisáne byc maia: w ktorych nietylko sa rozne máterie, ále tez oráz niemál ná kázde, ktore sie tráktuia rzeczy, znáyduia sie responsy.

      Wiec tesz appendix, albo raczey przydatek tu sie dodáie; gdzie rozmáitych kupieckich, korrespondentiey, kommissiey, oznáymieniá frochtowych y inszych listow, tudziess wexlow, assignátiey, zápisow, kwitow, plenipotentiey, konnossementow, certepartiey, bodemerey, kontraktow, attestatow, y tym podobnych rzeczy, pisániá sposob sie podáie: przy polskim tytularzu co dla czwiczacych y kocháiacych sie w polskim iezyku, ználezytym regestrem, sporzadzil y wygotowál. Gdansk, D. F. Rhet, 1692. 8:o. (28),801,(43) s. Med polsk och tysk parallelltext. Samtida pergamentbd med rödstänkta snitt. Pärmarna konkava och ngt spruckna på insidan. En mindre fläck nedtill på främre snittet. Bra inlaga med en sotfläck i nedre yttre hörnet på s. 188 och några enstaka rostfläckar, t.ex. på s. 245-48. Med Stora Eks fideikommissbiblioteks stpl.. Utgiven på Simon Beckensteins förlag. Med polsk och tysk parallelltext. Den tyska parallelltiteln: "Zierlich-polnische Send-Schreiben/ oder deutliche Anweisung/ wie in solcher Sprache allerhand höffliche Brieffe/ nach heutigem neusten Stylo, so wohl an Hohe als Niedrige/ gut und zierlich abzufassen: durchgehens voll neuer Erfindung/ auch mehrentheils mit schicklichen Beantwortungen versehen. Benebenst einem Anhang/ in welchem mancherley Kauff- und Handels-Schreiben; Correspondentz- Commission- Advis- Fracht- und Wechsel-Brieffe/ Assignationes, Verschreibungen oder Obligations, Quietantzen/ Vollmachten/ Connossemente/ Certepartie, Bodmereyen/ Contracte/ Testimonia, und dergleichen enthalten: wie auch vollständigem polnischen Titular-Büchlein. Denen Liebhabern der polnischen Sprache zum Besten/ mit sonderbaren Fleiss und nöthigem Register aussgefertiget." Författaren var "der Stadt Dantzig Cantzeley-Verwandten"

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        Theoremata medica, seu introductio ad medicinam, certis theorematibus, juxta ductum institutionum medicarum. Editio secunda , auctior & correctior

      Jena, Bielcke 1692.. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz und 4 Falttabellen. 11 Bl., 240 S. - Vorgebunden: ders., Experimentum Chimicum Novum De Sale Volatili Plantarum, quo latius exponuntur, specimine ipso exhibita. Jena, S. Krebs für J. Fritsch, 1675. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz. 11 Bll., 96 S. Pergament d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Wappensupralibros des Klosters Lambach. 12,5 x 8 cm.

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        Ex MSS codicibus nunc primum integrum edidit, ac latinum fecit.

      Oxford, Theatro Sheldoniano, 1692. 4:o. (12),+ 244,+ (36),+ 64 pp.+ large folding map of England and Wales in Saxon times. Minor stain in margin on the first and last leaves. Contemporary blind-stamped half vellum, spine with raised band and brown label, green board papers. Latin inscription by Stephen Medcalf on front paste down. Wing A3185 Lowndes IV, 2196. Brunet I, 1889. Important edition of the Saxon chronicle, with the latin translation printed alongside the Anglo-Saxon original text. Second printing of the chronicle. It was first published in 1644 by Abraham Wheloc in Cambridge. Gibson expanded it using an important MSS in the Bodleian library, and this edition was not superceded until the 19th century. Edmund Gibson was to become bishop of London and this is his second published work. On page (12) a new title leaf: "Chronicon Saxonicum, sue annales rerum in Anglia præcipua gestarum, a Christo nato ad annum usque MCLIV deducti, ac jam demum latinitate donati."

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