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        Memoires de Mr L.C.D.R. contenant ce qui s'est passé sous le ministere du cardinal de Richelieu, et du cardinal de Mazarin

      A La Haye: Chez Henry Van Bulderen, 1694. relié. In 12 (9x16,5cm). Mention de cinquième édition après l'originale parue en 1687 chez Pierre Marteau. Oeuvre attribuée à Courtilz de Sandras par Barbier, Dict. des ouvrages anonymes. Reliure aux armes frappées à froid du baron Vireau des Espoisses, De gueules, à un senestrochère d'or, mouvant d'une nuée d'argent, tenant un badelaire d'argent, garni d'or.. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Un accroc avec manque au premier caisson. Un manque en tête au mors supérieur et un en queue, également au mors supérieur. 2 coins et une brodure externe dénudés. Dernier feuillet jauni. Les mémoires du Comte de Rochefort, ou les mémoires de D'Artagnan constituent les actes de naissance du roman historique, ou comment mêler adroitement fiction et faits historiques, ce que fera plus tard Alexandre Dumas, en s'inspirant lui-même des romans de Sandras pour composer Les trois mousquetaires. Les mémoires du Comte de Rochefort sont donc une oeuvre littéraire basé sur un cadre et des faits historiques. Ce type d'oeuvre poursuit la vague inaugurée par les courts romans de Madame de Lafayette et dont le XVIIe siècle fut si friand. La différence, c'est que l'histoire invoquée dans ce roman est quasi contemporaine de ses lecteurs, brouillant ainsi la frontière entre l'histoire et la fiction. - Chez Henry Van Bulderen, A La Haye _1694, In 12 (9x16,5cm), (8) 448pp., relié. - relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Vanity of Arts and Sciences

      London: printed by R. Everingham for R. Bentley, and Dan. Brown,, 1694. By Henry Cornelius Agrippa, Knight, Doctor of both Laws, Judge of the Prerogative Court, and Counsellour to Charles the Fifth, Emperour of Germany. Octavo (183 × 110 mm). Eighteenth-century sprinkled sheep, double green morocco labels, red morocco date label at foot, sides with double blind rules, red sprinkled edges. Engraved portrait frontispiece. Early ownership inscription at head of title ("Strathnaver", courtesy title of the heir of the earl of Sutherland). Spine worn at head, joints starting at foot but holding firm, an excellent copy. Third edition of the second English translation of Agrippa's De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum (Antwerp, 1530), first translated into English by James Sanford (1569, repr. 1575), succeeded by this new seventeenth-century translation in 1676, 1684, and 1694. A highly influential work of Renaissance scepticism, De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum is intended to bring the reader to a position of Christian fideism, though one in which Christian faith is thoroughly infused with Hermetic and Kabbalistic motifs. Agrippa's scepticism about science centres on the point that the senses are too often deceived; therefore "the way of truth is shut up from the senses", and sciences rooted in them are "uncertain, erroneous and deceitful". Appeals to authority are no more acceptable, as the scholastics reply to any questioning of their first principles with torture and execution of so-called heretics. "[A]t the beginning of the era of natural science, it is one of the first testimonials to knowledge of the limits of human understanding" (DSB). "Agrippa's most sustained piece of satirical and polemical writing, this work was frequently reprinted and widely quoted - by, among others, later sixteenth-century religious radicals … Montaigne's scepticism, which represents man as 'naked and empty, acknowledging his natural weakness, apt to receive from above some strange power, disfurnished of human knowledge, and so much the more fit to harbour divine understanding, nullifying his judgment so as to give more place to faith' (1580), is clearly indebted to Agrippa's De vanite" (Routledge encyclopedia of philosophy).

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        An Account of Denmark, as it was in the year 1692 [Bound with:] [ROBINSON, John]. An Account of Sueden: Together with an Extract of the history of that Kingdom ... the Third edition. London, 1718 [and:] HOTOMAN, Francis. Franco - Gallia: or, an Account of the Ancient Free State of France, and Most Other Parts of Europe ... London, 1711

      London: Printed for Timothy Goodwin, 1694. Third editions of first two titles, first English edition of third title. 8vo. [xx], 246 pp.; [viii], 85 pp. + [3] pp. ads; [ix], [xii], 144 pp. Old paneled calf, worn and rubbed, front joint cracked, contemporary owner's name to title page of first title, author's names in ink to title pages of first and second titles. Wing M2383 . Sammelband of historical works published by the London printer Timothy Goodwin

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        IL RE CITTADINO Coronato con la doppia gloria del Principato elettivo e dell’Ereditario, Congratulazioni al Serenissimo Principe Silvestro Valiero creato Doge della Serenissima Repubblica di Venezia. Fatta per la Solenne Accademia de’ Ricovrati dal C.G.F.

      Manoscritto cartaceo senza luogo nè data ma probabilmente Venezia 1694. 4° 33 carte non numerate. Frontespizio e testo in rosso e nero. Testo riquadrato in duplice filetto rosso. Grande capolettera ornato in rosso e nero. Legatura in brossura muta ottocentesca. Gora alla parte inferiore che non pregiudica la lettura del testo. Rarissimo. Silvestro Valier o Valiero (Venezia, 28 marzo 1630 – Venezia, 7 luglio 1700) venne eletto il 25 febbraio 1694 centonono doge della Repubblica di Venezia. L' Accademia Galileiana di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti fu fondata con il nome di Accademia dei Ricovrati a Padova nel 1599 su iniziativa di Federico Cornaro, nobile veneziano. Lo scopo dell'Accademia fu, fin dalla fondazione, la promozione delle discipline umanistiche e scientifiche. Tra i membri più illustri sono da ricordare Galileo Galilei e Cesare Cremonini. Con decreto del 18 marzo 1779 il Senato Veneto riuniva l’ Accademia dei Ricovrati e quella di Arte Agraria in un solo corpo denominandolo Accademia di Scienze Lettere e Arti.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Segni nel Tempo]
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        An Account of Denmark, as it was in the Year 1692.

      London: Printed in the Year 1694. [52] + 271 pp. Bound, rebacked, in contemporary full calf using the original richly gilt, but with some loss, spine. Very clean copy with wide margin. C2 with a little hole with loss of 1 letter. S3 with a little cut in outer margin not affecting the text. With The Right Hon. James Earl of Derby Lord of Man and ey Isles´ bookplate dated 1702.. Rare 1st edition. Robert Molesworth [1656-1725], English diplomat and author. 1689-92 he was envoy at the Danish court. In 1694 he published this book which contained strong criticism of the Danish monarchy, particularly the army, the church and the enslaved position of the people. [Den store danske encyklopædi / The Danish Encyclopedia]

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        The Law against Bankrupts: or, a Treatise Wherein the Statutes against Bankrupts are Explained, by Several Cases, Resolutions, Judgments and Decrees, both at Common Law and in Chancery [etc.]. Wing G1099B

      The uncommon first edition of the first English treatise on the law of bankruptcy and, in Holdsworth's words, the first work of its kind marking "the only contribution [on commercial law] that can clearly be ascribed to [t]he common lawyers". Contemporary sheep, rubbed and slightly bowed, elaborately rebacked in gilt, a very good, clean copy with excellent margins. Printed for Richard Southby, at the Golden-Fleece [etc.], London, 1694.

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        L'ANATOMIE DE L'HOMME, SUIVANT LA CIRCULATION, du sang,& les dernieres Découvertes. De´Montre'e au Jardin Royal, Par M'DIONIS, premier Chirurgien de feui Madame la Dauphine, Chirurgien ordinaire de la feuë Reine, & Juré à Paris. Seconde Edition. Corrigée & augmentée d'une Table tres-utile..

      Laurent D´Houry, Paris, 1694. Second edition. In French. 32+523 pages + Table des Matieres. Later wellum binding. Portrait + frontespice, vignettes and 19 full-side engravings. Titlepage partly damaged, with out-cutted namewritings. Corpus slightly browned and foxed. Partly dampstained in the beginning of the book. Exlibris on inside of front cover.. Pierre Dionis, 1643-1718, was the well known Surgeon of the Queen of France and the Empress of Austria. The book was translated into several languages and contains plenty very interesting anatomical illustrations. The frontespice shows "Amphitheatre des ecoles de st Cosme, ou l'on fait L'Anatomie de L'Homme". "Des titres et sections de ce Livre, contenant huit Démonstrations Osteologiques": "Os du crane, Os de la Face, Os de l'Epie, Os dela Poitrine & des Hanches, Os des Mains, Os des Pieds". "Dix Démonstrations Anatomiques": " les parties qui servent à la Chilification", les parties qui servent à la purification du Sang", "des parties de la Femme destinées à la génération", "des parties de la Poitrine", "les organes de la Respiration", "le Cerveau & ses parties", "la Face, & des organes des cinq sens", "des Extrémitez superieures", "les Extrémitez inferieures"

      [Bookseller: Jones Antikvariat]
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        De ratione conscribendarum epistolarum libellus, quo de artis epistolographicæ scriptoribus tam veteribus quàm recentioribus censuræ feruntur, & de epistolarum charactere, numero, periodis, locis communibus & imitatione agitur, earumque varii generis exempla continentur, repurgatus ab innumeris mendis, quibus scatet Lipsiense exemplar, sub titulo collegii epistolici excusum.

      Accesserunt huic editioni exempla plura cum indicibus necessarus. Lübeck, P. Böckmann, 1694. 8:o. (16),332,(20) s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. Ngt nött samtida halvpergamentbd med handskriven titel och stänkta snitt. Pärmarna delvis ytligt spruckna vid falsarna. Inlagan genomgående lätt lagerfläckig. Bläckfläckar i yttermarginalen på s. 187-90.. VD17 3:008197K. Första upplagan trycktes 1693. Ett erratablad trycktes, men tycks normalt saknas, liksom här

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström]
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        Les Paroles remarquables, les bons Mots, et les Maximes des Orientaux.

      Traduction de leurs Ouvrages en Arabe, en Persan, & en Turc. Avec des Remarques. La Haye: Louis & Henry van Dole, 1694. (16),344,table (34),catalogue (6) pp. Titlepage in red and black. Contemporary full vellum. Edges red. Text with old markings in margins. Inscription on ffep. "Reinhard (?) Ferlinder (?) v. Albert Christian Meineke". Old notes in ink on rear endpaper. Vellum thumbed and a bit soiled. 13 x 7,5 cm.. Galland became famous for his translation of Mille et une nuits, published 1704-1717

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        Het Menselyk Bedryf. Vertoond, in. 100. Verbeeldingen: van: Ambachten, konsten, hanteeringen en bedryven, met versen.

      Amsterdam: Johannes & Caspaares Luiken, 1694.. First Edition, 4to, engraved title (neatly rehinged) and 100 numbered engraved plates of trades, a little marginal spotting, modern vellum gilt, a nice copy.Contains a collection of engravings from Dutch artist Jan Luyken, and illustrates trades from the late 17th century. Each picture has a moralistic verse with it. Engraving is a printing process in which the lines to be printed are cut into a metal (usually copper) plate. The pictures of which some like the Copperplate printer, the Baker and the Apothecary have world-wide fame, are of exceptional quality.Amsterdam born artist, engraver and poet Jan Luyken (1649-1712) was a very important etcher in the period after Rembrandt. His artistry is distinguished by its clarity and detail. Luyken is most famous for this book of trades. His son Casper (1672-1708) assisted with the making of the book. V. Eeghen & V.d. Kellen, 244, pp. 250-262; Klaverma and Hannema 1012; Landwehr, Emblem Books, Low Countries, 534; Pollard, Early Binding Manuals, 108.

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