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2019-12-12 12:46:34
Crosfeild, Robert
A 1694 Proposal to Reform the Taxation of Maritime Cargoes [Crosfeild, Robert]. Truth Brought to Light: Or, The Corrupt Practices of Some Persons at Court Laid Open. Whereby Their Majesties, And the Kingdom, Have Been Prejudiced Near One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds this Year; Besides Other Evils that Have and do Attend it. London: [S.n.], 1694. viii, 23, [1] pp. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6-1/4"). Stab-stitched pamphlet bound into contemporary mottled calf, rebacked in period style, blind rules to boards, blind fillets lettering piece and gilt-stamped date to spine. Light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, small chip to head of spine, corners bumped and somewhat worn, hinges cracked. Title printed within double-ruled border. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to upper corners of a few leaves, light soiling to title page. ,250. * Only edition. Crosfeild proposes an act of tonnage, whereby coastal vessels would be charged a fixed rate per ton to the collector of each port, and all outward bound ships, except colliers, going either to Holland, Flanders, Portugal, Denmark, or Ireland, would pay twelve pence per ton. However, if any of the latter were taken by the enemy before their voyages were complete, this money would be refunded to them. Inward bound ships, either English or foreign, would pay two shillings per ton, unless they were not fully laden, in which case deductions would be made. Crosfeild thought the abolition of the Receivers-General, who were allowed to take a portion of the taxes they collected, would be beneficial to the finances of the c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-11 15:33:08
Waller, Edmund (1606-1687)
London : Printed for H. Herringman, and sold by J. Tonson, 1694. Waller, Edmund (1606-1687) Poems, &c : written upon several occasions, and to several persons / by Edmond Waller Sixth Edition Hardback London : Printed for H. Herringman, and sold by J. Tonson, 1694 Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Waller, Edmund (1606-1687)Full title: Poems, &c : written upon several occasions, and to several persons / by Edmond WallerPublisher: London : Printed for H. Herringman, and sold by J. Tonson, 1694Edition: Sixth EditionBinding: HardbackBook ID: 193714 Comments & Item Features Title page torn with loss; text not affected. Finely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 299 pages; The sixth edition; with several additions, never before printed. Bound with : The maid's tragedy : altered. With some other pieces / Edmund Waller. 1690. Subjects; English poetry. Referenced by: Wing W520. ESTC, R14123. Physical description [8],299,[5];[4],100p. ; 8vo. Notes; "The maid's tragedy altered. With some other pieces" has separate pagination, register, and title page with imprint "London, printed for Jacob Tonson ... 1690". Mostly in verse. The first leaf is blank. Title page in red and black. Book Condition Report: Book Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: MW Books Select Antiquarian Books (mwbooks2) [Co. Galway, IE]
2019-12-11 07:15:04
MOLIÈRE (Jean-Baptiste POQUELIN).
1694. Bibliographie Moliéresque 284; WorldCat (2 copies, incl. 1 listed only under Les oeuvres); cf. STCV (3 other separate plays from Les oeuvres 1694). From the very rare first Belgian edition of Molière's plays, printed by Georges de Backer in Brussels in 1694, with the individual plays also published separately. Each play has its own title-page with the device and its own series of quire signatures. Each play also has a different new frontispiece engraved by Jacobus Harrewijn, after the illustrations by Pierre Brissart in the Paris edition of 1682. Le médecin malgré-luy (The doctor in spite of himself) was first performed in 1666 and published in 1667. In the story a rich man sends two servants to find a medical doctor for his daughter who has suddenly become mute. The wife of the woodcutter Sganarelle tells them he is a doctor to take revenge on him for his drinking. The frontispiece depicts the scene where the servants, thinking he is refusing to help them, threaten to beat him. Sganarelle just points at his axe with a baffled look on his face.Binding very lightly worn at the extremities. Frontispiece with a minor spot; a very good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-12-10 08:29:18
Willen, Matthiä
Andreas Otto, Nürnberg 1694. 16,7x10x4,3 cm 343 gr. Pergamenteinband der Zeit mit geringen Altersspuren, 5 Bünde, Deckel innen, Vorsätze und Titelkupfer mit geringen Wurmspuren. Zustand: noch Gut. Innen: Durchgehend nur geringe Bräunungen und Altersspuren; I-XXIV Titelkupfer, Titel und Vorrede, 530 Seiten, 21 ganzseitige Kupfer. Alles zum Umgang mit der Wünchelrute. Zustand: altersberücksichtigt Sehr Gut. Sprache: Deutsch
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2019-12-08 14:09:09
GALLAND, Antoine
La Haye: Louis & Henry Van Dole, 1694. 1694 1ed Oriental Maxims of Arab Turkish Persian Wit Voyages Richelieu GallandAntoine Galland was a 17th-century French orientalist who is best known for his translation of 'Arabian Nights'. However, his push to expand Europe's appreciation for the orient extended beyond 'One Thousand and One Nights' to his own collection of Persian, Arab, and Turkish maxims entitled 'Les Paroles Remarquables'. 'The Remarkable Words and Maxims of Orientals' was first published in 1694 and saw immediate and widespread success, much in part to it being shorter than similar works of maxims. (Dew, p.186).This book is filled with clever sayings, witty jokes, and short anecdotes that, as Galland claims, come from 'the Orientals'. This first edition was an important piece in the development of Orientalism in France and makes mention of various French authors and poets, George Wheler's voyages, Amelot de la Houssaye's travel notes, and even a political testament from Cardinal Richelieu.Item number: #8897Price: $550GALLAND, Antoine Les paroles remarquables, les bons mots et les maximes des orientaux : traduction de leurs ouvrages en Arabe, en Persan, & en TurcLa Haye : Louis & Henry Van Dole, 1694. First edition.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [16], 344, [40]· References: Nicholas Dew, Orientalism in Louis XIV's France; · Language: French· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 day … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-07 19:19:12
CHILD, Sir Josiah.
London: Printed and sold by Sam Crouch, Tho. Horn, & Jos. Hindmarsh, , 1694. Octavo (162 x 92 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, red morocco label to spine, covers ruled in blind, gilt beaded edges, red speckled edges. Contemporary ownership signature of Martin Bonds to front pastedown; early manuscript slip of paper tipped-in to p. 13 with emendation. Chip to top spine band and label, light scratch to rear cover, light browning and foxing to contents, minor paper fault to pp. 69-70 affecting text without loss. A very good copy. Second edition, second issue: first published in 1690 as A Discourse about Trade (developed from a thin pamphlet of 1668), ESTC describes this as a reissue, with a cancel title page, of the second edition (renamed A New Discourse of Trade) of 1693. It includes Sir Thomas Culpeper's A Small Treatise against Usury (pp. 217-36). "In 1690 [Child (c.1631-1699), economic writer and merchant] published under his own name the comprehensive Discourse about Trade, which included his Proposals for the Relief and Employment of the Poor, which had appeared earlier as an undated pamphlet. This work was reprinted in 1693 under the title A New Discourse on Trade to coincide with a new attempt in parliament to reduce the legal maximum rate of interest... Child acquired considerable fame as an economic writer in his own day and was both widely read and frequently quoted. His works were reprinted continuously during the eighteenth century and published in French in 1754. He exerted influence because of his fluent and persuasive pen, his debating skills, and his obvious … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-06 13:54:36
PUFENDORF, Samuel von
Amsterdam: J. Wolters, 1694. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (233 x 172 mm). [8], 929, [7] pp. Title printed in red and black and with engraved vignette, woodcut initials and tailpieces, some mispaginations. Contemporary English panneled calf, gilt-lettered spine label (repairs to foot of spine and corners, boards scratched, extremities rubbed). Text slightly browned, minor occasional spotting, but generally crisp and clean. Provenance: Sir John Williams of Bodlewyddan (armorial bookpalte to front pastedown). Very good copy. ---- First Amsterdam edition of ONE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL WORKS OF NATURAL LAW, first published in Lund where Pufendorf (1632-1694), who came from Saxony and had left his war-torn land, took up a professorship of Natural Law in 1670. In De jure naturae Pufendorf built on the ideas of Grotius and defends the idea that the state is a union of individuals who give their individual consent, and that international law is truly international. "It is a complete system of public, private and international law. Against Hobbes's view he contended that the state of nature was one of peace, not war, and he urged the view that international law . . . existed between all nations . . . [a work] of great importance" (David Walker, The Oxford Companion to Law). - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-12-06 05:52:56
PUFENDORF, Samuel von
Amsterdam: J. Wolters, 1694. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (233 x 172 mm). [8], 929, [7] pp. Title printed in red and black and with engraved vignette, woodcut initials and tailpieces, some mispaginations. Contemporary English panneled calf, gilt-lettered spine label (repairs to foot of spine and corners, boards scratched, extremities rubbed). Text slightly browned, minor occasional spotting, but generally crisp and clean. Provenance: Sir John Williams of Bodlewyddan (armorial bookpalte to front pastedown). Very good copy. ---- First Amsterdam edition of ONE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL WORKS OF NATURAL LAW, first published in Lund where Pufendorf (1632-1694), who came from Saxony and had left his war-torn land, took up a professorship of Natural Law in 1670. In De jure naturae Pufendorf built on the ideas of Grotius and defends the idea that the state is a union of individuals who give their individual consent, and that international law is truly international. "It is a complete system of public, private and international law. Against Hobbes's view he contended that the state of nature was one of peace, not war, and he urged the view that international law . . . existed between all nations . . . [a work] of great importance" (David Walker, The Oxford Companion to Law). - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-11-28 09:58:34
[STATES GENERAL - TREATY - MOROCCO].
STCN 161081134; not in Knuttel. Second edition, published in several issues, of a treaty concluded between the Dutch States General and Abdullah bin Ismail (1694-1757), Sultan of Morocco on and off from 1734 to his death in 1757. The 23 articles of the treaty are followed by a form for the passports that Dutch ships were to carry, a note on the treaty's ratification at Fez, and a translation of a letter (originally in Arabic?) from the Sultan of Morocco to the States General. The treaty was negotiated by Mohamed Lucas, governor of Tétouan, acting for Morocco and Francisco and Louis Butler, granted power of attorney by the States General. It guarantees access, free trade and safety for ships of the States General and its subjects and their crews and passengers in ports under Moroccan authority. Goods they sell there are subject to the usual taxes, but military and shipbuilding supplies are exempt (gunpowder, timber, wheel-lock muskets etc.). The treaty was concluded on 21 November 1752/14 Muharram 1166. A further note says it was ratified at Fez on 4 December/28 Muharram and Sultan Abdullah's letter to the States General bears the same date.With a brief inscription on the title-page. Last two leaves detached and with worm holes, only slightly affecting the text. Otherwise a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-27 13:45:09
Mediterranean Sea - Romeijn de Hooghe + Pieter Mortier, 1694
1694. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAP OF THE MEDITERRANEAN 'Carte Nouvelle de la Mer Mediterranee ou sont Exactement Remarques Tous les Ports, Golfes, Rochers, Bancs de Sable &c.' Copper engraving on 3 conjoined sheets made by Romeijn de Hooghe and publihed with privilege by Pieter Mortier of Amsterdam in 1694. 2nd state of 4. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 58,5 x 139 cm. Rare early edition of de Hooghe's monumental chart of the Mediterranean Sea with 38 inset maps and views of the major ports and harbours. It includes numerous galleons and galleys, with allegorical figures and sea monsters embellishing the insets. The chart appeared in a special section of Pieter Mortier's Neptune François, separately titled Cartes Marines a l'Usage des Armées du Roy de la Grande Bretagne. The nine charts in this section, all engraved by De Hooghe himself, are described by Koeman as the 'most spectacular type of maritime cartography ever produced in seventeenth century Amsterdam'. The chart of the Mediterranean is the largest and most intricately decorated of the nine. The atlas is dedicated to William III (stadholder of the Netherlands and, after the Glorious Revolution of 1688, also king on the British throne). The map of the Mediterranean mentions a certain Hiob de Wildt and shows his family's coat of arms . Dr. Hiob de Wildt (1637-1704) was the first secretary of the Admiralty in Amsterdam, the largest and most powerful of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The Admiralty was entrusted with equipping the Republic's naval fleet. At the same time De Wildt raised cattle … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-11-23 17:39:32
GALLAND, Antoine
Louis & Henry Van Dole. 1694 1ed Oriental Maxims of Arab Turkish Persian Wit Voyages Richelieu Galland Antoine Galland was a 17th-century French orientalist who is best known for his translation of ‘Arabian Nights’. However, his push to expand Europe’s appreciation for the orient extended beyond ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ to his own collection of Persian, Arab, and Turkish maxims entitled ‘Les Paroles Remarquables’. ‘The Remarkable Words and Maxims of Orientals’ was first published in 1694 and saw immediate and widespread success, much in part to it being shorter than similar works of maxims. (Dew, p.186). This book is filled with clever sayings, witty jokes, and short anecdotes that, as Galland claims, come from ‘the Orientals’. This first edition was an important piece in the development of Orientalism in France and makes mention of various French authors and poets, George Wheler’s voyages, Amelot de la Houssaye’s travel notes, and even a political testament from Cardinal Richelieu. Item number: #8897 Price: $550 GALLAND, Antoine Les paroles remarquables, les bons mots et les maximes des orientaux : traduction de leurs ouvrages en Arabe, en Persan, & en Turc La Haye : Louis & Henry Van Dole, 1694. First edition. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages o [16], 344, [40] • References: Nicholas Dew, Orientalism in Louis XIV’s France; • Language: French • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-11-23 11:19:29
Rotterdam panorama - Romeijn de Hooghe, Johannes de Vou, 1694/1778
1694. BEROEMD PANORAMA VAN ROTTERDAM "Rotterodamum", gravure gedrukt van 4 koperen platen vervaardigd door Romeijn de Hooghe naar tekeningen van Johannes de Vou. Voor het eerst uitgegeven in 1694. Om de inmiddels gegroeide stad volledig weer te geven, werden in 1778 beide buitenste bladen opnieuw gegraveerd. Ze werden verlengd waardoor ook de uitbreiding rond het Boerengat (rechts) en de Zalmhaven (links) er op staan. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd en met goud gehoogd. Afm. 25,5 x 231,5 cm, lijst 55,5 x 262,0 cm. Van links naar rechts zien we de Zalmhaven, de Wester Nieuwehoofdpoort en de Ooster Nieuwehoofdpoort die de toegang geven tot de Leuvehaven, de Boompjes met het VOC gebouw, de Sint-Laurenskerk en de mond van de Oudehaven, geflankeerd door de Wester- en de Ooster Oudehoofdpoort (beide poorten worden beschermd door een in de Maas uitstekend bastion, waarop kanonnen geplaatst zijn), de huizen aan de achterzijde van het Haringvliet, het bolwerk met stadstimmerhuis en de stadtimmerwerf rondom de Nieuwe Haven en Hoge Zeedijk. "Reeds van oudsher hebben de Rotterdammers prijs gesteld op het bezit van een afbeelding hunner stad aan den Maaskant en vooral in de 17e eeuw werd op uitnemende wijze aan dien wensch tegemoet gekomen. Vrij kort na elkander verschenen toen van de stad drie panorama's, die én door de artistieke bewerking én door hun royaal formaat de fraaiste van alle Rotterdamsche Maasgezichten genoemd mogen worden. Het zijn kapitale kopergravures, waarvan de eerste omstreeks 1640 bij Jacobus Allard verscheen, de tweede in 1665 door Jacob Quack werd uitgegeven en d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2019-11-22 12:47:07
a Turkish Spy. Vol. 1-4
1694. Very cool and extremely rare books. These were also once owned by a former Provinical Grand Master of the Freemasons, George Paterson of Castle Huntly!! The books are in pretty rough shape, as you can see.
Bookseller: Garage Treasure Hunter (pscoinphotos) [Sarasota, Florida, US]
2019-11-21 16:32:41
Wall map of Rotterdam - Johannes de Vou + Romeijn de Hooghe, 1694
1694. FAMOUS WALL MAP OF ROTTERDAM Etching with engraving, printed on 6 sheets, made by Johannes de Vou and Romeijn de Hooghe in 1694. Coloured by a later hand. Size (print): 120 x 140 cm. (This is only the plan of Rotterdam without the profile, views of the city or coats of arms of mayors. If you are interested in the profile, we have it here.) Of all maps of Rotterdam, this plan by De Vou and De Hooghe is the best known and most spectacular. At the end of the 17th century Amsterdam, The Hague, Leiden, Delft and Haarlem already had respectable wall maps and Rotterdam did not want to stay behind. When making the map the city was measured, drawn and engraved by Johannes de Vou. Romeijn de Hooghe was responsible for the rich decoration. De Hooghe was a famous artist in his day and was awarded more than fl. 2.000 for his work, surveyor De Vou received less than fl. 100. When the map was finished the members of the town council were given a coloured and framed copy. Until 1711 we can trace expenditures for colouring of copies of the map. Nothing can be found that the map was ever sold, even if this was the intention in 1690. Of the 600 copies printed, a large number still remained in 1711. The municipality had ?atlases? made in 1744 from the loose sheets of maps still available. Also these atlases were given to city council members and higher city officers. According to a decree of 1777, two atlases needed to remain at hand at all time, probably to be available for official gifts. The very large scale of the map, the ?bird?s eye perspective? of the urban development inside and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2019-11-21 16:32:41
Mediterranean Sea - Romeijn de Hooghe + Pieter Mortier, 1694
1694. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAP OF THE MEDITERRANEAN ”Carte Nouvelle de la Mer Mediterranee ou sont Exactement Remarques Tous les Ports, Golfes, Rochers, Bancs de Sable &c.” Copper engraving on 3 conjoined sheets made by Romeijn de Hooghe and publihed with privilege by Pieter Mortier of Amsterdam in 1694. 2nd state of 4. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 58,5 x 139 cm. Rare early edition of de Hooghe’s monumental chart of the Mediterranean Sea with 38 inset maps and views of the major ports and harbours. It includes numerous galleons and galleys, with allegorical figures and sea monsters embellishing the insets. The chart appeared in a special section of Pieter Mortier’s Neptune François, separately titled Cartes Marines a l’Usage des Armà es du Roy de la Grande Bretagne. The nine charts in this section, all engraved by De Hooghe himself, are described by Koeman as the “most spectacular type of maritime cartography ever produced in seventeenth century Amsterdam”. The chart of the Mediterranean is the largest and most intricately decorated of the nine. The atlas is dedicated to William III (stadholder of the Netherlands and, after the Glorious Revolution of 1688, also king on the British throne). The map of the Mediterranean mentions a certain Hiob de Wildt and shows his family’s coat of arms . Dr. Hiob de Wildt (1637-1704) was the first secretary of the Admiralty in Amsterdam, the largest and most powerful of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The Admiralty was entrusted with equipping the Republic’s naval fleet. At the same time De … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-20 15:05:07
Amsterdam - Frederick de Wit, 1694-1706
1694. HET BEROEMDE AMSTERDAM, HANDELSSTAD VAN HOLLAND ?Amstelodami Celeberrimi Hollandiae Emporii Delineatio Nova?, kopergravure van de stad Amsterdam uit het stedenboek van Frederick de Wit, uitgegeven tussen 1694-1706. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 41 x 43 cm. Als voorbeeld van de kaart diende een eerdere plattegrond van Johannes Janssonius uit 1657. De titel, de legendablokken en het stadswapen en zegel van beide kaarten lijken sterk op elkaar. Laat Janssonius de derde uitleg zien, deze kaart toont ook de vierde uitleg. De kaart werd door de Erven Jansz. van Waesberge in 1682 vervaardigd voor hun stedenboek, met nog het nooit gerealiseerde verkavelingspatroon voor de Plantage, dat stadsarchitect Daniël Stalpaert in 1662 ontwierp. In onze uitgave van Frederick de Wit uit rond 1700, is het inmiddels aangepast. We zien niet alleen de nieuwe verkaveling van de Plantage, inclusief de Hortus, maar ook een verdere bebouwing van het Weesperveld en de Kadijk. Onder andere staat het tussen 1681 en 1683 gebouwde Diacon[ale] Oude Vrouw[en] Huys (Besjeshuis, later Amstelhof, tegenwoordig Herimitage Amsterdam) aan de Amstel nu op de kaart. Ook werden enkele artilleriemagazijnen bijgeplaatst. In 1694 dempte men het stukje reguliersgracht dat grenst aan de Botermarkt (Rembrandtplein), ook dat is aangegeven. De kaart heeft vier lijsten met aanduidingen. Ter linkerzijde onder het kopje Notularum Explicatio loopt deze van 1 Het Willige Rasphuis (daar waar veroordeelde misdadigers hout moesten raspen ten behoeve van de verfindustrie) tot en met 63 De Engelsche Kerck (op het Begijnhof) en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-11-17 21:40:17
François-Marie Arouet dit Voltaire
Rare édition originale de cet ouvrage mis à l'Index de François-Marie Arouet dit Voltaire (1694-1778). In-12 (12 x 19,5 cm) de VIII-268 pp. Plein veau marbré d'époque. Caissons sur les plats. Titre sur maroquin rouge foncé. Dos à cinq nerfs décoré de rinceaux de fleurettes dorés. Très bon état. Frottements sur plats. Pliure sur page de garde. Frottements et légères pertes de dorure sur dos. Excellente fraîcheur de l'intérieur. Plus d'infos sur antiquitesdemaguelone.fr Sous pseudonyme de "feu l'Abbé Bazin"
Bookseller: Antiquités de Maguelone [France, Villetelle]
2019-11-17 21:23:13
Ferrerio, Pietro
Nürnberg, Joh. Jac. Sandrart, 1694. Folio. Zusammen 55 doppelblattgr. gest. Tafeln (inkl. 3 gest. Titel), nach P. Ferrerio gest. von Joh. Jac. Sandrart. Späteres Halbperg., älteres Rückenschild mit Goldprägung montiert. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, A|B|C 3 Tle. in einem Bd. VD 17 1:000088E. ? BL (German) S241). ? Thieme/Becker XXIX, S. 398 (Sandrart). ? Diese lateinische Neuauflage nicht bei Cicognara. ? Der zweite Teil trägt den Untertitel: "Cui asscesserunt immortalis gloriae Architecti Andreae Palladii praedi aedesque hortenses Iussu Ipsius hincinde in Statu Veneto a fundamentis erectae & exstructae, adiunctis Ichnographiis, Palmorumq(ue) scalis", dort ist auch das Erscheinungsjahr angegeben. Johann Jakob Sandrart (1655-1698) ist sowohl der Verleger wie auch der Stecher dieses Tafelwerkes. Pietro Ferrerio aus Rom (ca. 1600-1654) war Architekt und Zeichner, Mitglied der Akademie S. Luca. Von ihm sind nur die Zeichnungen zu 44 Tafeln Archtiekturansichten im 1. Band des von Gio. Giac. Rossi 1655 herausgegebenen Kupferwerks "Palazzi di Roma dei più celebri architetti" bekannt (Thieme/Becker XI, S. 473). ? Die Tafeln sind auf Fälze montiert; sonst schönes, sauberes Exemplar. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
2019-11-15 09:25:19
Tommaso Tamburini
Venetiis; [Venice]: Apud Blasium Maldura, 1694. Click here to see our other books! Societate Iesu Siculi Caltanisettensis, in celebri vniuersitate nobilis ciuitatis Messanae, theologiae primarij professoris, Explicatio decalogi, duabus distincta partibus : in qua omnes fere conscientiae casus ad decem praecepta pertinentes, mira breuitate, claritate, & quantum licet, benignitate declarantur Tommaso Tamburini 1694 Apud Blasium Maldura : Venetiis; [Venice] 13.5" by 9" [14], 320, [8], 526, [2], 3-26pp SUMMARY A very scarce Latin discussion and analysis of the the Ten Commandments, written by the moral theologian Tommaso Tamburini, being complete as two volumes in one. Leather Binding,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 3 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 36.99 EU Postage: £ 25.99 European Postage: £ 27.99 Asia Postage: £ 47.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 69.99 DESCRIPTION In Latin. A very scarce work. This work is an octavo, with the signatures running as [3], +3-+6, A-V8, +4, A-Z8, Aa-Ii8, Kk6, a8, b5. Collated from WorldCat, complete. Two volumes in one, with a separate title page to Volume II, 'Moralis Explicatio Complectens Tractatus Tres: De Sacramentis, De Contractibus, De Censuris et Irregularitate'. Half title present. Errors in pagination, no. 207-208 omitted. Bound in vellum. Printed in double columns. An explanation, exploration, and analysis of the Ten Commandments, discussing theology and Christian ethics. The author discusses the Ten Commandments in relation to how one should follow them and honour them with their religion. The Jesuits are … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-11-15 05:13:06
Elie Saurin
Chez Louis & Henri van Dole, 1694. Condition: Good. 2 volumes, A La Haye, chez Louis & Henri van Dole Marchands Librairies dans le Pooten, 1/4 leather bound marbled boards, rubbing to spine, no markings clean tight copies. EXAMEN DE LA THEOLOGIE DE MR JURIEU : TOME PREMIER AND TOME SECOND - Elie Saurin 2 volumes, A La Haye, chez Louis & Henri van Dole Marchands Librairies dans le Pooten, 1/4 leather bound marbled boards, rubbing to spine, no markings clean tight copies green135638 Prompt despatch Thanks for looking.
Bookseller: Greensleeves Books (greensleevesbooks) [Milton Under Wychwood, GB]
2019-11-13 10:49:21
London: [COLONIAL TRAVEL/COMMERCE/ALMANACK/REFERENCE BOOK C1694 WITH HANDWRITTEN INSCRIPTIONS FROM 17TH CENTURY AMERICAN SAILORS (RAYNE,WINCH FAMILY OF YORK MAINE) AS WELL AS A HANDWRITTEN SHIPS LOG FROM CAPE ROXEN, PUERTO RICO, CIRCA FIRST QUARTER OF THE 18TH CENTURY, MENTIONING A ROYAL PRIVATEER TAKING A SHIP FOR A PRIZE, COORDINATES AND MORE!] England's golden treasury: or, The true vade mecum : Being the most necessary and useful pocket-companion ever published; for the use and advantage of gentlemen, tradesmen, and others: furnished with variety of tables of accompt, trade, merchandize, merchants goods, weights and measures of all kinds, measuring timber, stone, building, acres of land, miles, &c. in all their circumstances. A table of constant tide in the havens of England, Scotland, Ireland, and adjacent parts. An exact table of the moveable terms and feasts for twelve years to come. Tables of interest, annuity, wages and expences: reducing pounds into pence, shillings, farthings, &c. with many rarities of divers natures. An exact catalogue of the fairs of England and Wales, more perfect than ever: also the market-towns and market-days, with the roads and post-miles; prises of post-letters and post-days: choice precedents of bills, bonds, and all manner of useful writings, with many other things very useful, profitable and necessary. [London : Printed for T. Lacy, at the Golden Lyon in Southwark, c1694-1700.] Bound in primitive English vellum, the book is in very worn shape, and fittingly, as it apparently saw a maritime life that expanded decades and thousands of mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-11-11 03:56:07
WOMEN - CONDUCT LITERATURE). [N. H.]
London: Printed for John Dunton at the Raven in the Poultrey, 1694. FIRST EDITION. 183 x 104 mm. (7 1/4 x 4 1/2"). 4 p.l., 240, 161-352, 301-484, 401-528 pp. (i.e., 744 pp., as noted in 18th century bookseller's declaration on flyleaf). FIRST EDITION. Attractive period-style calf by Richard Smart, cover with blind-ruled borders, blind-stamped floral tools at corners, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with intricate lozenge centerpieces and scrolling cornerpieces, red morocco label, endleaves of period paper.Recto of front flyleaf with pasted-on "Memoriae Causa" dated Friday, 15 March 1782, noting the errors in page numbering, and attesting that the work is complete and is 744 pp.; verso of flyleaf with pasted-on manuscript bookseller's description in the same hand. Wing H-99; ESTC R6632. Overall minor browning (due to paper stock), never offensive, occasional minor foxing, smudges, rust spots, or tiny burn holes, but a very good copy internally, generally clean and crisp, in a fine new replica binding.It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman of marriageable age must be in want of a book telling her how to get a husband, and our anonymous 17th century author is here to help, with advice on beauty, fashion, deportment, and, of course, love, courtship, and marriage. Drawing on the confidences of female friends, the advice they have shared with him, and "MY OWN EXPERIENCE IN LOVE AFFAIRS" (capitals in original), "N. H." provides, in roughly alphabetical order, everything from the meaning and etymology of females names and brief biographies of famous o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-11-08 21:14:14
DANIEL, Gabriel.
London Thomas Bennet. SECOND ENGLISH EDITION 1694 (first published in 1692, the original French edition Voyage du Monde de Descartes first published in 1690). 8vo, approximately 185 x 115 mm, 7½ x 4½ inches, 16 woodcut images and diagrams in the text, pages: [16], 1-298, [6], with advert and errata on last prelim leaf, bound in full modern panelled speckled calf, gilt decorated raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Author's name written neatly on title page, light browning throughout, small piece missing from 2 lower corners, no loss of text, tiny hole in 1 page, all still legible. A very good copy. Gabriel Daniel (1649 - 1728) born in Rouen, was a French Jesuit scholar, author of books on history, philosophy and religion. In this book, called a romance by the translator and sometimes classed as science fiction, he visits the moon and explores the cosmos of rotating vortices hypothesized by Descartes circa 1640, a cosmos recently confirmed by studies of the origins of the solar system, of spiral galaxies, and of accretion disks around black holes. Pere Daniel's efforts are directed to satirising the Cartesian system and theories. See: Voyages in Space by George Locke, page12, No, 006. ESTC R29697. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-11-07 18:37:10
London: 1694. Original 1st edition English language version of the Edict of Nantes. 2 Volume set, leather bound, gold embossed very rare edition of the first English translation of the Edict of Nantes, printed London 1694 Given and considering these original 1st edition volumes of the Edict of Nantes are now close to 325 years old they are in excellent overall condition and would grace any book collectors collection. Bindings are in good condition. There is some scuffing to the leather on the back cover of Volume 1, see last photo. Please look at photographs they form part of the description. If you have any questions please contact me. The ex libris is of my late step father Derek Riley (1935 - 2013) F.R.S.A, who was famous as a church organ designer and carver. These are from his personal collection. His works grace many famous cathedrals and concert halls the world over (google). According to a leaf note in pencil in Volume I, he purchased these volumes in 1976 from the estate of the Earl of Seafield at Cullen House in Scotland, the ancestral home of the Ogilvie family (family name of the Earl of Seafield ). The name "Ogilvie" is hand written in both copies....see photo 2. Size each volume: approx 23.5 x 19 cm ( 9 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, including leather cover/binding). Thank you for looking. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL NOT BE HERE BETWEEN OCT 17TH AND 31ST OCT. ALL PURCHASES WILL BE SHIPPED QUICKLY AFTER THIS DATE. THANK YOUFOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: decayless [Armissan, FR]
2019-11-06 13:41:06
Moldesworth, Robert],
1694. First Edition. 8vo, [52], 271 pp, modern half calf [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Far Eastern Booksellers / Kyokuto Shoten [Tokyo, Japan]
2019-11-05 11:33:03
Tommaso Tamburini
ont> Apud Blasium Maldura : Venetiis; [Venice], 1694 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce Latin discussion and analysis of the the Ten Commandments, written by the moral theologian Tommaso Tamburini, being complete as two volumes in one. In Latin. A very scarce work. This work is an octavo, with the signatures running as [3], +3-+6, A-V8, +4, A-Z8, Aa-Ii8, Kk6, a8, b5. Collated from WorldCat, complete. Two volumes in one, with a separate title page to Volume II, 'Moralis Explicatio Complectens Tractatus Tres: De Sacramentis, De Contractibus, De Censuris et Irregularitate'. Half title present. Errors in pagination, no. 207-208 omitted. Bound in vellum. Printed in double columns. An explanation, exploration, and analysis of the Ten Commandments, discussing theology and Christian ethics. The author discusses the Ten Commandments in relation to how one should follow them and honour them with their religion. The Jesuits are a religious order of the Catholic Church, headquartered in Rome, founded in 1540. By Tommaso Tamburini, an Italian Jesuit moral theologian, who was born in Caltanissetta in Sicily. He entered the Society of Jesus when he was fifteen years old. He was a professor of philosophy for four years, of dogmatic theology for seven years, of moral theology for seventeen years, and was also a rector of various colleges for thirteen years. It's stated that Tamburini was severe towards himself, though he took a milder approach towards others when deciding cases on conscience. Bookplate to the front pastedown, 'Ex Bibliotheca Seminarii S. Ioannis'. Stamp to the recto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2019-11-03 21:14:10
Cornelius Hazart
Leopld Voigt Wien 1694. originale Ausgabe von 1694 mit allen Kupferstichen, weitere Bilder davon in der Artikelbeschreibung. eBay auction template WIEN 1694KIRCHEN-GESCHICHTEdas istKATHOLISCHES CHRISTENTUMdurch die ganze Welt ausgebreitetvon Cornelius Hazart u. Mathias Soutermans 32 x 21,5 x 8 cm Beschreibung ganz unten nach den vielen Bildern, alle Kupferstiche vorhanden! Bezeichnung ---------------- CHRISTKATHOLISCHES BUCH aus 1694 gefunden in Linz! Viele weitere Möbel, Lampen, Bilder, Militaria, Keramiken, Technik, Bilder, religiöse Volkskunst, + Antiquitäten finden Sie in meinem ebay Shop und im Lager. HIER GEHT´S ZUM SHOP - KLICK HIER: Besuchen Sie meinen eBay Shop: schoenealtesachen at Bilder --------------------- TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting ------------ ARTIKELBESCHREIBUNG KIRCHEN-GESCHICHTE 1694 von R.P. CORNELIUM HAZART + R.P. MATHIAM SOUTERMANS gedruckt in Wienn in Oesterreich - Leopold Voigt 1694 Der 1. Theil in sich begreiffend: OST INDIEN IN GEMEIN UND SONDERHEIT, AUCH MAGOR, JAPON, CHINA, TARTARIA UND BISNAGAR. Gefunden wurde das Buch in Linz an der Donau. Ich würde den Zustand für ein über 300 Jahre altes Buch als noch recht gut bezeichnen. Es sind alle Stiche vorhanden und hier auch dokumentiert - fotografiert. Am Einband fehlen die Schliessen, ansonsten ist er top erhalten. Nach Seite 946 folgt das Register, es sind alle Seiten vorhanden - SELTEN!! altersbed. gebrauchter Zustand, teils etwas stockfleckig, teils altersbedingt verschmutzt. Weitere Krüge, Gläser, Porzellan, Möbel, Metallobjekte, Heiligenbilder, ant. Volkskunst … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: schoenealtesachen at (steinarmreich) [St. Martin, AT]
2019-11-02 16:14:10
Blount, Thomas Pope
Covent-Garden, London: Printed By Ric. Everingham for R. Bently, 1694. [14], 248, [4]. Full leather with four raised bands; professionally rebacked in 1981 with original title label with gilt on new spine. Some chipping to edges of spine label; moderate wear to edges of boards with original gilt tooling to edges still present in many places. Toning to endpapers from leather turn-ins. Bookplate on front pastedown from the Court Library at Shadwell. Pencilling to front pastedown and front free endpaper and recto of rear free endpaper. Previous owner's name in ink has been torn from upper corner of first blank page, which has been repaired. The name John Buxton written in ink on title page, along with two other minor instances of ink. Small label on rear pastedown documenting that the book was rebacked in 1981. Some toning to pages of text block. Binding firm. Still a sturdy and lovely copy. WING B3347.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.
Bookseller: Munster & Company, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-10-30 06:19:02
London: [COLONIAL TRAVEL/COMMERCE/ALMANACK/REFERENCE BOOK C1694 WITH HANDWRITTEN INSCRIPTIONS FROM 17TH CENTURY AMERICAN SAILORS (RAYNE,WINCH FAMILY OF YORK MAINE) AS WELL AS A HANDWRITTEN SHIPS LOG FROM CAPE ROXEN, PUERTO RICO, CIRCA FIRST QUARTER OF THE 18TH CENTURY, MENTIONING A ROYAL PRIVATEER TAKING A SHIP FOR A PRIZE, COORDINATES AND MORE!] England's golden treasury: or, The true vade mecum : Being the most necessary and useful pocket-companion ever published; for the use and advantage of gentlemen, tradesmen, and others: furnished with variety of tables of accompt, trade, merchandize, merchants goods, weights and measures of all kinds, measuring timber, stone, building, acres of land, miles, &c. in all their circumstances. A table of constant tide in the havens of England, Scotland, Ireland, and adjacent parts. An exact table of the moveable terms and feasts for twelve years to come. Tables of interest, annuity, wages and expences: reducing pounds into pence, shillings, farthings, &c. with many rarities of divers natures. An exact catalogue of the fairs of England and Wales, more perfect than ever: also the market-towns and market-days, with the roads and post-miles; prises of post-letters and post-days: choice precedents of bills, bonds, and all manner of useful writings, with many other things very useful, profitable and necessary. [London : Printed for T. Lacy, at the Golden Lyon in Southwark, c1694-1700.] Bound in primitive English vellum, the book is in very worn shape, and fittingly, as it apparently saw a maritime life that expanded decades and thousands of mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-10-28 20:34:09
Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de
An interesting 18th-century manuscript containing 201 pages of illustrations copied from botanist Joseph Pitton de Tournefort's landmark work Élémens de botanique, first published in 1694. The manuscript was meant to be used as a practical reference -- "ad usum descriptoris inficeti" "for use as a rough/crude delineator", as the title puts it. It begins with a sixteen page index, each species is clearly labelled, pages are numbered, and occasional notes about the plants are included. The drawings are delicate, using fine cross-hatching to create depth, and most species are instantly recognisable. Flowers, buds, seed pods, leaves, and roots are all represented depending on their importance in identification, and many of the illustrations depict a sequence, such as the development the flower or seed pods over time (though comparison with the original illustrations shows that some stages were left out for brevity). Among the most elaborate illustrations are passionflower, lilly, nigella (love-in-a-mist), peony, argemone (prickly poppy), crown imperial fritillary, and iris. The compiler was most likely a Jesuit, as the half title features the Christogram of the Society of Jesus. The naturalist on whose work this manuscript is based, Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656-1708), studied botany with Pierre Magnol in Montpellier, obtained a medical degree in Paris, and became a demonstrator at the Jardin du Roi in Paris. Throughout his career de Tournefort made extensive collecting trips across southern Europe and the Levant, travelling as far as Oxford in 1687. His most important cont … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alembic Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2019-10-27 11:52:23
London: [COLONIAL TRAVEL/COMMERCE/ALMANACK/REFERENCE BOOK C1694 WITH HANDWRITTEN INSCRIPTIONS FROM 17TH CENTURY AMERICAN SAILORS (RAYNE,WINCH FAMILY OF YORK MAINE) AS WELL AS A HANDWRITTEN SHIPS LOG FROM CAPE ROXEN, PUERTO RICO, CIRCA FIRST QUARTER OF THE 18TH CENTURY, MENTIONING A ROYAL PRIVATEER TAKING A SHIP FOR A PRIZE, COORDINATES AND MORE!] England's golden treasury: or, The true vade mecum : Being the most necessary and useful pocket-companion ever published; for the use and advantage of gentlemen, tradesmen, and others: furnished with variety of tables of accompt, trade, merchandize, merchants goods, weights and measures of all kinds, measuring timber, stone, building, acres of land, miles, &c. in all their circumstances. A table of constant tide in the havens of England, Scotland, Ireland, and adjacent parts. An exact table of the moveable terms and feasts for twelve years to come. Tables of interest, annuity, wages and expences: reducing pounds into pence, shillings, farthings, &c. with many rarities of divers natures. An exact catalogue of the fairs of England and Wales, more perfect than ever: also the market-towns and market-days, with the roads and post-miles; prises of post-letters and post-days: choice precedents of bills, bonds, and all manner of useful writings, with many other things very useful, profitable and necessary. [London : Printed for T. Lacy, at the Golden Lyon in Southwark, c1694-1700.] Bound in primitive English vellum, the book is in very worn shape, and fittingly, as it apparently saw a maritime life that expanded decades and thousands of mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2019-10-24 20:09:13
Cantelli Giacomo (1643-1695)
1694. Incisione originale su rame (cm. 57x44 più margini). Margine superiore ridotto e lieve ed uniforme ingiallitura, ma bell'esemplare. Rara.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2019-10-18 17:48:17
1694. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1694 Coronelli Map Of Großartig Lakes (Meisten Akkurat 17th C Lakes) Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1694 Coronelli Karte der großen Seen (genaueste 17. C. Karte der großen Seen) WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: La Louisiana, Parte Settentrionalle, Scoperta Sotto la Protettione di Luigi XIV, Re di Francia et Descritta e Dedicata Dal P. Cosmografo Coronelli, All'Illustriss, et Eccellentiss, S. Zaccaria Bernardi Su Dell Ecc. S. Francesco. Beschreibung: Diese seltene 1694 Produktion von venezianischen Kartograph Vincenzo Coronelli ist der frühesten und wichtigsten erhältlich Karte der großen Seen und den Oberlauf des Mississippi. Coronelli es Karte konzentriert sich auf den Lake Superior, erstreckt sich aber über alle fünf Großen Seen und erstreckt sich nach Westen bis ins Obere Mississippi River Valley. Cartografisch ist diese Karte im Wesentlichen eine Ausarbeitung der Karte von Nolin/Coronelli aus dem Jahr 1688, "Partie Occidentale du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France." Coronelli war besonders fasziniert von der Region der Großen Seen, und diese Karte enthält zahlreiche Updates und Ausarbeitungen. Coronelli hat seine kartographischen Informationen aus den Berichten der Jesuitenmissionare abgeleitet, von denen die meisten von Jean Baptiste-Lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
2019-10-15 22:42:28
Nicholas Machiavelli
London: The Works of Famous Nicolas Machievel 1694 English Machiavelli Prince Florence The Works of the famous Nicholas Machiavel, Citizen and Secretary of Florence. Written Originally in Italian, and from thence newly and faithfully Translated into English [by Henry Neville] London. Printed for R. Clave, C. Harper, J. Amery, J. Robinson, A. and J. Churchil; and sold by Cha. Harper at the Flower-de-Luce 1694. With General Title-page and "The History of Florence", "The Prince", "The Discourses of Nicolas Machiavel, upon the first Decade of Titus Livius", and "The Art of War" each have separate title page with imprint "printed for R. Clavel, Cha. Harper, Jonathan Robinson, Joh. Amery, A. and J. Churchil, MDCXCIV."; pagination and register are continuous. 528 Folio. Contemporary rebind - would have presented much nicer in leather but overall has a good appearance. Dimensions are: 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 2 & 3 lbs 7 ounces. This piece remains in overall fantastic condition and would make a fine addition to any historic or advanced library. This piece is very fairly priced as the market typically commands $1700 - $3100 for the same edition. Guaranteed Authentic PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE BUYING - If you purchase multiple items please wait for a combined invoice before paying. - Please review all photos for details regarding the condition of the item listed - further condition information will be included in the listing as is relevant, if you need additional photographs or have questions regarding the condition please do not hesitate to ask. - Payment is due … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tortuga Acquisitions (tortugaacquisitions) [Avon, Colorado, US]
2019-10-13 02:10:09
a Turkish Spy. Vol. 1-4
1694. Very cool and extremely rare books. These were also once owned by a former Provinical Grand Master of the Freemasons, George Paterson of Castle Huntly!! The books are in pretty rough shape, as you can see.
Bookseller: Garage Treasure Hunter (pscoinphotos) [Sarasota, Florida, US]
2019-10-11 20:14:19
LEONI GIOVANNI FRANCESCO (DA CARPI)
Mantuae, apud Osanas, ducales typographos, 1694. Cm. 21, pp. (16) 374 (30). Alcuni bei capilettera ed eleganti finalini xilografici. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso e tagli spruzzati. Sporadiche e trascurabili arrossature. Esemplare ben conservato. Giovanni Francesco Leoni, frate cappuccino nativo di Capri, fu teologo e giurista al servizio del Duca di Mantova. Questo interessante trattato di diritto criminale si configura come una vera e propria pratica criminale: inquisizione, chiamata in giudizio, reati, testimonianze, sistema probatorio, tortura, pena, sentenza, appello, esecuzione della pena. Rarissima prima edizione. Cfr. Iccu; non in Sapori. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2019-09-29 22:56:20
[STATES GENERAL - TREATY - MOROCCO].
STCN 161081134; not in Knuttel. Second edition, published in several issues, of a treaty concluded between the Dutch States General and Abdullah bin Ismail (1694-1757), Sultan of Morocco on and off from 1734 to his death in 1757. The 23 articles of the treaty are followed by a form for the passports that Dutch ships were to carry, a note on the treaty's ratification at Fez, and a translation of a letter (originally in Arabic?) from the Sultan of Morocco to the States General. The treaty was negotiated by Mohamed Lucas, governor of Tétouan, acting for Morocco and Francisco and Louis Butler, granted power of attorney by the States General. It guarantees access, free trade and safety for ships of the States General and its subjects and their crews and passengers in ports under Moroccan authority. Goods they sell there are subject to the usual taxes, but military and shipbuilding supplies are exempt (gunpowder, timber, wheel-lock muskets etc.). The treaty was concluded on 21 November 1752/14 Muharram 1166. A further note says it was ratified at Fez on 4 December/28 Muharram and Sultan Abdullah's letter to the States General is given the same date. With a small inscription on the title-page. Last two leaves detached and worm holes, only slightly affecting the text. Otherwise a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-09-28 18:56:27
PECHEY, John
Henry Bonwicke, London, 1694. First Edition, Very Scarce. Octavo. Full leather over boards, bindstamped decorations on covers, four raised bands on spine. Very good, spine ends and corners bumped, wear to gutters of spine and edges, pages mildly agetoned with some spotting, ownership signature on front free end paper, darkening around edges of pastedowns. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Yesterday's Gallery, ABAA [East Woodstock, CT, U.S.A.]
2019-09-24 19:33:26
Hooghe, Romeijn de
BEROEMDE WANDKAART VAN ROTTERDAM?Rotterdam met al syn gebouwen, net op haer maet geteekent en gesneden?. Ets en kopergravure gedrukt op 6 bladen, vervaardigd door Johannes de Vou en Romeijn de Hooghe in 1694. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm (prent): 114 x 125,5 cm.Van de historische plattegronden van Rotterdam mag deze van De Vou en De Hooghe als de bekendste en spectaculairste beschouwd worden.Aan het eind van de 17e eeuw beschikte men in Amsterdam, ?s-Gravenhage, Leiden, Delft en Haarlem reeds over fraaie wandkaarten van hun stad. Rotterdam wilde niet achterblijven.Bij het vervaardigen van de kaart werd het opmeten van de stad, het tekenen en het graveren van de kaart gedaan door Johannes de Vou. Romeijn de Hooghe was verantwoordelijk voor de barokke versiering onder de kaart. De Hooghe was in z?n tijd een befaamd kunstenaar en kreeg voor z?n werk meer dan fl 2.000, landmeter De Vou nog geen fl 100.Onmiddellijk na het gereedkomen van de kaart ontvingen de Vroedschapsleden een gekleurd (?afgezet?) ingelijst exemplaar. Tot en met 1711 komen posten voor het afzetten van de kaart in de stadsrekening voor. Van verkopen van de kaart, wat volgens de Vroedschapsresoluties van 1690 het voornemen was, is niets bekend. Van de oplage die 600 stuks bedroeg, was in 1711 nog een groot gedeelte overgebleven.In 1744 laat het stadsbestuur uit de voorraad kaartbladen ?atlassen? samenstellen. Ook deze worden weer uitgereikt aan Vroedschapsleden en ?ministers? (d.w.z. hogere stadsfunctionarissen, als de pensionaris en de secretaris). Ook moeten er, volgens een besluit in 1777, steeds twee atl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2019-09-24 12:20:18
MANUSCRIT ANONYME]
1694. non paginé (310 pages env.) sans lieu (France), milieu du XVIIIe siècle, in-8, non paginé (310 pages env.), cahier cousus, sans couverture, sous chemise cartonnée crème de l'époque, étui moderne, Ce manuscrit, rédigé d'une écriture fine et soignée, a été réalisé pour éclaircir les différents points abordés par le philosophe et apôtre de la physiocratie François Quesnay (1694-1774) dans le premier tome de l'Essai physique sur l'économie animale (seconde édition, 1747). Plus précisément, l'auteur, anonyme, a repris les chapitres qui concernent les principes élémentaires des corps, abordés par le philosophe dans la première section de l'Essai physique (le feu, l'air, l'eau, la terre, l'huile et le sel : chapitres I à VIII), ainsi que le texte introductif sur l'objet de la physiologie. Sa méthode consiste à reprendre, point par point, en respectant l'ordre d'origine, le développement de Quesnay, en l'introduisant par une question simple, dont la réponse est immédiatement fournie par la citation exacte du texte, ou bien par une paraphrase. "Qu'est-ce que la phisiologie ?", "Cette science est-elle bien étendue?", "Qu'en ont pensé les anciens et les modernes?", "Combien y a t-il d'éléments ?", "Voudriés vous bien nous dire ce que c'est que l'air ?", etc. De cette manière, l'auteur du manuscrit créé des repères dans le texte étoffé et riche de Quesnay, sans prendre de liberté d'interprétation. La structure du manuscrit respecte scrupuleusement celle de l'ouvrage de Quesnay, à la différence près que le chapitre concernant le feu est abordé en dernier, et non en premier. Intére … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2019-09-24 07:14:11
Bussy-Rabutin
Paris: 1694. Superbe. Bussy-Rabutin. Discours à ses enfants sur le bon usage des adversités, et les divers événements de sa vie (1694). Belle reliure romantique. Roger de Rabutin, comte de Bussy, dit BUSSY-RABUTIN Discours du comte de Bussy Rabutin à ses enfants sur le bon usage des adversités, et les divers événements de sa vie. A Paris, chez Anisson, Directeur de l'Imprimerie Royale, 1694. 1 volume in-12 (16 x 10 cm - Hauteur des marges : 154 mm) de (10)-454-(6) pages. Reliure plein maroquin violine à grain long, dos à faux-nerfs orné de filets dorés et roulette dorée en queue, titre doré, fers à froid, plats orné en leur centre d'un grand ombilic à froid et encadrés d'un filet doré avec fer doré dans les angles et roulette à froid, tranches dorées, superbes doublures et gardes de papier peint fleuri bicolore (reliure romantique vers 1825/1830). Reliure non signée mais tout à fait dans le goût d'une Simier ou d'un Thouvenin. Très bel état de conservation de la reliure, très fraîche. Intérieur frais malgré de petites taches rousseurs aux deux premiers et deux derniers feuillets. Signature ex libris du XVIIe ou du XVIIIe siècle sur le titre et d'autres feuillets. Edition originale. Un des exemplaires auquel on a ajouté l'épitaphe de Bussy-Rabutin (5 pages), reliée à la fin du volume. Le verso du dernier feuillet contient l'extrait du Privilège. Cette épitaphe est l'oeuvre de sa fille, Louise-Françoise de Rabutin, comtesse de Dalet. Les exemplaires que nous avions rencontrés jusque là de cette édition originale ne possédait pas cette épitaphe qui semble n'avoir été ajoutée q … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-09-19 00:03:49
VOLTAIRE (François-Marie AROUET) (1694 - 1778), philosophe et écrivain français Lettre signée « Voltaire » à François-Louis Defresney, directeur de Postes à Strasbourg. Colmar 21 août 1754, 2 pages petit in-4° 1754 est une année charnière dans la vie de Voltaire, qui suite à sa rupture avec Frédéric II de Prusse le 26 mars 1753, puis son emprisonnement à Francfort le 31 mai, ce dernier redoutant que Voltaire ne publie ses poèmes licencieux, attend à Colmar l'autorisation de revenir à Paris qui ne lui est finalement pas accordée. Il décide alors de rejoindre Genève pour s'installer aux Délices l'année suivante : « J'ai eu l'honneur, Monsieur, de voir à Colmar Madame vôtre mère qui m'a dit que vous étiez revenu en bonne santé, et que vous me conserviez toujours la même amitié. Je profitte de la permission que vous m'avez donnée, aussi bien qu'elle, de vous adresser des paquets. Vous ne devez point être surpris de l'adresse de celui que je vous envoïe. Vous savez que je reçois quelquefois des lettres de cette personne [probablement Frédéric II] dont il semble que je ne devrais pas en recevoir. Je vous supplie d'ordonner que le paquet soit mis avec sûreté aux chariots de poste. Il m'est arrivé pendant votre absence des ballots de Paris que vous aviez bien voulu souffrir qu'on adressât à votre nom par le carosse. Madame Denis prétend qu'il y en a encor un petit que je n'ai point reçu, et qui pourait être resté au bureau. Je vous prie d'avoir la bonté de vous en informer. Je me flatte qu'à la fin nous irons à Strasbourg, et que malgré les maladies qui me condamnent à la solitude, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Autographes Manuscripta (cyril2472) [LYON, Rhône-Alpes, FR]
2019-09-17 17:53:09
VOLTAIRE
VOLTAIRE (François-Marie AROUET) (1694 - 1778), philosophe et écrivain français Lettre signée « Voltaire » à François-Louis Defresney, directeur de Postes à Strasbourg. Colmar 21 août 1754, 2 pages petit in-4° 1754 est une année charnière dans la vie de Voltaire, qui suite à sa rupture avec Frédéric II de Prusse le 26 mars 1753, puis son emprisonnement à Francfort le 31 mai, ce dernier redoutant que Voltaire ne publie ses poèmes licencieux, attend à Colmar l’autorisation de revenir à Paris qui ne lui est finalement pas accordée. Il décide alors de rejoindre Genève pour s’installer aux Délices l’année suivante : « J’ai eu l’honneur, Monsieur, de voir à Colmar Madame vôtre mère qui m’a dit que vous étiez revenu en bonne santé, et que vous me conserviez toujours la même amitié. Je profitte de la permission que vous m’avez donnée, aussi bien qu’elle, de vous adresser des paquets. Vous ne devez point être surpris de l’adresse de celui que je vous envoïe. Vous savez que je reçois quelquefois des lettres de cette personne [probablement Frédéric II] dont il semble que je ne devrais pas en recevoir. Je vous supplie d’ordonner que le paquet soit mis avec sûreté aux chariots de poste. Il m’est arrivé pendant votre absence des ballots de Paris que vous aviez bien voulu souffrir qu’on adressât à votre nom par le carosse. Madame Denis prétend qu’il y en a encor un petit que je n’ai point reçu, et qui pourait être resté au bureau. Je vous prie d’avoir la bonté de vous en informer. Je me flatte qu’à la fin nous irons à Strasbourg, et que malgré les maladies qui me condamnent à la solitude, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Manuscripta [LYON, France]
2019-09-17 17:44:44
MARKHAM, Gervase
London: for H.T. and O.B. and sold by Timothy Goodwin, 1694. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A fine 17th-century printing of Gervase Markahm's "Gentleman's Jockey" which is a gathering of cures for disease of horses. Markham offers advice on how to cure horse canker sores - all you need to a half pound of Roch-Allom, white-wine-vinegar, and red sage. Boil them together and wash the horse's mouth! There are also cures for colds, itchy skin, cleaning sores, removing thorns or nails (of course, the solution is butter), and more!
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-09-17 06:32:55
Roger de Rabutin, comte de Bussy, dit BUSSY-RABUTIN
A Paris, chez Anisson, Directeur de l'Imprimerie Royale, 1694. 1 volume in-12 (16 x 10 cm - Hauteur des marges : 154 mm) de (10)-454-(6) pages. Reliure plein maroquin violine à grain long, dos à faux-nerfs orné de filets dorés et roulette dorée en queue, titre doré, fers à froid, plats orné en leur centre d'un grand ombilic à froid et encadrés d'un filet doré avec fer doré dans les angles et roulette à froid, tranches dorées, superbes doublures et gardes de papier peint fleuri bicolore (reliure romantique vers 1825/1830). Reliure non signée mais tout à fait dans le goût d'une Simier ou d'un Thouvenin. Très bel état de conservation de la reliure, très fraîche. Intérieur frais malgré de petites taches rousseurs aux deux premiers et deux derniers feuillets. Signature ex libris du XVIIe ou du XVIIIe siècle sur le titre et d'autres feuillets. Edition originale. Un des exemplaires auquel on a ajouté l'épitaphe de Bussy-Rabutin (5 pages), reliée à la fin du volume. Le verso du dernier feuillet contient l'extrait du Privilège. Cette épitaphe est l'oeuvre de sa fille, Louise-Françoise de Rabutin, comtesse de Dalet. Les exemplaires que nous avions rencontrés jusque là de cette édition originale ne possédait pas cette épitaphe qui semble n'avoir été ajoutée qu'à une petite partie des exemplaires. Ce volume a été achevé d'imprimer le 2 juin 1694. La même année et sans doute à quelques mois d'intervalle à peine paraissent au moins quatre éditions, celle-ci est la première. Au moins une contrefaçon hollandaise ou de province voit le jour quelques mois plus tard. C'est assez mon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie L'amour qui bouquine [France, Alise-Sainte-Reine]
2019-09-14 08:26:09
1694. Remains pleasing and worthy of ownership. Nice age patina. Please review images and description for full details. Click here to view a short video presentation. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the book. [early Etiquette books, Manners, social conduct and public speaking]. Du Bon et du Mauvais Usage Dans Les Manieres de S'exprimer. Des Facons de Parler Bourgeoises. Eten pouy elles sont differentes de celles de la Cour. Suitte des Mots a la Mode. Published 1694, Lyon by Thomas Amaury. 241 pages. Period full speckled leather binding, spine compartments gilt stamped with acanthus and vegetation ornamentation set within intricate linear patterning. Binding remains sound, tight and sturdy. Short splits at front joint ends, small chipping at head, front cover still strongly and firmly attached as issued. Top of front cover stained, blank end paper repaired, lovely age patina and overall appearance. Book measures: 6 1/2" H X 3 3/4" W. [V1758]. Bourgeois Public Speaking Public Manners 1694 France T. Amaury rare book Click here to view a short video presentation. Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the book. [early Etiquette books, Manners, social conduct and public speaking]. Du Bon et du Mauvais Usage Dans Les Manieres de S'exprimer. Des Facons de Parler Bourgeoises. Eten pouy elles sont differentes de celles de la Cour. Suitte des Mots a la Mode. Published 1694, Lyon by Thomas Amaury. 241 pages. Period f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Old Books (oldmapsoldbooks) [Dover, New Hampshire, US]
2019-09-07 02:34:13
MARRACCI, Ippolito
Romae: Ex typographia h[a]eredum Corbelletti, 1694. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Hippolito Marracci was a 17th-century Italian theologian who was one of the most important figures in the evolution of Mariology and the Italian mariologist movement. He wrote dozens of books which focused almost exclusively on the dogma of Virgin Mary, and none more important than 'Polyanthea Mariana' - a concordance of all notable terms relating to the Virgin Mary and the study of Mariology. Marracci includes descriptions of miracles and prayers to Mary with a heavy focus on the Immaculate Conception.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-09-05 22:10:24
Livre médecine XVIIe Thomas Willis Opera Omnia Tome 1, 1694 Cerebri Anatome. Tome 1 de l'Opera Omnia de Thomas Willis. Exemplaire complet, y compris les gravures, publié en 1694 à Genève par Samuel de Tournes. Contient le fameux "Cerebri Anatome" dans lequel Willis crée le terme "neurologie" et dans lequel il exécute la première description détaillée du cerveau, des nerfs, du concept de réponse réflexe. Sont décrit pour la première fois : striatum, thalamus optique, pont, corps mamillaires. Exemplaire en état intérieur correct, aucun manque, quelques rousseurs, un trou de ver dans la première partie. Coins supérieurs des 20 premières pages abîmés. Inscription manuscrite du XIXe sur une page de garde. Etat extérieur acceptable, premier plat assez abîmé, voir photos. Dimensions : 23,3 x 18 cm, épaisseur : 6 cm. Poids : 1,22 kg. Je vends actuellement d'autres objets sur eBay. En cas d'achats multiples: - pour la France, je ne fais payer que l'affranchissement le plus cher. - pour l'étranger, nous ajustons les frais de port au plus juste. Dans le cas où vous auriez réglé vos achats individuellement, nous vous remboursons par PayPal les frais de port trop perçus. J'envoie d'autres photos et je réponds aux questions avec plaisir.
Bookseller: olivierc33 [Bordeaux, FR]
2019-09-04 08:12:09
MARKHAM, Gervase
London: for H.T. and O.B. and sold by Timothy Goodwin at the Maiden-head against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, 1694. 1694 Gervase Markham HORSES Equestrian Equine Surgery Racing Jockeys CURESA fine 17th-century printing of Gervase Markahm's "Gentleman's Jockey" which is a gathering of cures for disease of horses. Markham offers advice on how to cure horse canker sores - all you need to a half pound of Roch-Allom, white-wine-vinegar, and red sage. Boil them together and wash the horse's mouth! There are also cures for colds, itchy skin, cleaning sores, removing thorns or nails (of course, the solution is butter), and more! Item number: #8138Price: $750MARKHAM, GervaseThe gentleman's jockey, and approved farrier: instructing in the natures, causes, and cures of all diseases incident to horses ...London: Printed for H.T. and O.B. and sold by Timothy Goodwin at the Maiden-head against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, 1694.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [16], 80-79-394, [2], 26; 49, [3]· References: ESTC R 217396· Provenance: Handwritteno Geo. Addisono John Vipond· Language: English· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~7.5in X 6in (19cm x 15cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!8138Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-08-28 21:08:29
Bussy-Rabutin
Paris: 1694. Superbe. Bussy-Rabutin. Discours à ses enfants sur le bon usage des adversités, et les divers événements de sa vie (1694). Belle reliure romantique. Roger de Rabutin, comte de Bussy, dit BUSSY-RABUTIN Discours du comte de Bussy Rabutin à ses enfants sur le bon usage des adversités, et les divers événements de sa vie. A Paris, chez Anisson, Directeur de l'Imprimerie Royale, 1694. 1 volume in-12 (16 x 10 cm - Hauteur des marges : 154 mm) de (10)-454-(6) pages. Reliure plein maroquin violine à grain long, dos à faux-nerfs orné de filets dorés et roulette dorée en queue, titre doré, fers à froid, plats orné en leur centre d'un grand ombilic à froid et encadrés d'un filet doré avec fer doré dans les angles et roulette à froid, tranches dorées, superbes doublures et gardes de papier peint fleuri bicolore (reliure romantique vers 1825/1830). Reliure non signée mais tout à fait dans le goût d'une Simier ou d'un Thouvenin. Très bel état de conservation de la reliure, très fraîche. Intérieur frais malgré de petites taches rousseurs aux deux premiers et deux derniers feuillets. Signature ex libris du XVIIe ou du XVIIIe siècle sur le titre et d'autres feuillets. Edition originale. Un des exemplaires auquel on a ajouté l'épitaphe de Bussy-Rabutin (5 pages), reliée à la fin du volume. Le verso du dernier feuillet contient l'extrait du Privilège. Cette épitaphe est l'oeuvre de sa fille, Louise-Françoise de Rabutin, comtesse de Dalet. Les exemplaires que nous avions rencontrés jusque là de cette édition originale ne possédait pas cette épitaphe qui semble n'avoir été ajoutée q … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
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