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        Die Grasmücken und Nachtigallen in Europa oder vollständige Naturgeschichte dieser vorzüglichsten Singvögel, nebst Zaunkönig und Goldhähnchen mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Fang, Zähmung, Pflege, Wartung, Nutzen und Vergnügen. Ein unentbehrliches Handbuch für die Liebhaber dieser Meistersänger.

      Mit 8 lithograph. Tafeln. XVI, 237 S., 1 Bl. Illustr. Orig.-Pappband. Lindner II, 1695, 01 Nicht bei Nissen. Erste Ausgabe. - "Diese interessante Schrift ist leider bisher kaum beachtet worden, obgleich ihr Verf. ein vorzüglicher Sachkenner u. origineller Schriftsteller war" (Lindner). - Die Tafeln zeigen Fallen und Fangeinrichtungen der hübsch lithograph. Einband u. a. einen Herrn am Schreibtisch mit Vogelkäfigen. - Etwas bestoßen. Im Vorderdeckel Exlibris: Bibliotheca Doctoris J. B. Holzinger (Grazer Adcokat, ca. 1885), Titel gestempelt. Tls. etwas braunfleckig, insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Freywillig-auffgesprungener Granat-Apffel, Deß Christlichen Samaritans. Wien, Voigt, 1696. 566 S., 8 Bll. Pgt. d. Zt. (etw. fleckig).

      Vgl. Wellcome II, 518 Krivatsy 11976 Horn-A. 125.- Zweite Ausgabe des erstmals 1695 erschienenen medizinisch-diätischen Werkes. 'Trotz der zahlreichen Auflagen ist das Buch nur in wenigen Exemplaren auf uns gekommen die große Masse hat sich - der beste Beweis für die Wichtigkeit und Popularität des Werkes - im täglichen Gebrauch selbst aufgezehrt. Das Buch enthält über 1750 Rezepte für allerlei Krankheiten. ... Besonders groß ist die Zahl der Vorschriften für Frauen- und Kinderkrankheiten' (Bohatta, Eleonora).- Vereinzelt mit minimalem Feuchtrand im Außensteg oder minimal stockfleckig.

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        Regimento dos Capitaens mores e mais Capitaens e Officiaes das Companhias da Gente de Cavallo andamp de pe andamp da ordem que teram em se exercitarem


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        Catoptricae et dioptricae sphaericae elementa.

      Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1695. First edition of this rare work, famous today for its suggestion that an achromatic compound lens might be formed by combining simples lenses of different media. The use of 'achromatic doublets' was a crucial step in the further development of telescopes and microscopes. From Marischal College, Aberdeen, David Gregory (1659-1708) entered Edinburgh University, graduating M.A. on 28 November 1683. A month prior to his graduation he was elected to the Chair of Mathematics, at one time occupied by his uncle, the great mathematician James Gregory, whose Optica promota (1663) had described a reflecting telescope which used parabolic mirrors. As a professor, David Gregory was the first to lecture publicly on the Newtonian philosophy. His lecture notes show that they covered a broad range of subjects including geodesy, optics, dynamics, and various branches of mathematics. Increasingly under attack by his fellow professors at Edinburgh for his radical political views, in 1691 he went to London where he was introduced to Newton and recommended to John Flamsteed, the first astronomer royal. In that same year, Edward Barnard retired from the Savilian professorship of Astronomy at Oxford; backed by Newton's recommendation of him as 'very well skilled in Analysis & Geometry both new & old ... understands Astronomy very well ... & is respected the greatest Mathematician in Scotland', and with Flamsteed's support, Gregory was elected to the chair in face of strong opposition from Edmond Halley. As Gregory tells us in the preface, the present work is the printed version of lectures delivered at Edinburgh in 1684, adapted to the teaching of Oxford undergraduates. The passage in which Gregory uses the analogy with the human eye to suggest the construction of an achromatic lens occurs on p. 98: in English translation, 'Perhaps it would be of service to make the object lens of a different medium, as we see done in the fabric of the eye; where the crystalline humour (whose power of refracting the rays of light differs very little from that of glass) is by Nature, who never does anything in vain, joined with the aqueous and vitreous humours (not differing from water as to their power of refraction), in order that the image may be painted as distinct as possible on the bottom of the eye.' Whiteside (DSB) suggests that Gregory may have had this insight from Newton. The work was reprinted at Edinburgh in 1713. An English translation followed two years later with notes by William Browne on refracting telescopes and microscopes; this was republished in 1735 by Desaguliers with an added appendix on the history of the reflecting telescope. In addition to the present work, Gregory published in 1684 at Edinburgh his Exercitatio geometrica de dimensione figurarum in which, with the assistance of his uncle's work, he extended the method of quadratures by infinite series; and in 1702 Astronomiae physicae & geometricae elementa, the first textbook of astronomy based on Newtonian gravitational principles. ESTC R16816; DSB V: 520-1; Honeyman 1550; Poggendorff I, 948; Vagnetti CB1. 8vo (177 x 110 mm), pp. [iv], 99, [1], with engraved vignette of Sheldonian Theatre on title and numerous woodcut diagrams in text. Contemporary calf, hinges cracked but ties still strong, some chipping to capitals but a nice and unsophisticated copy.

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        Relations historiques et curieuses de voyages, en Allemagne, Angleterre, Hollande, Bohême, Suisse, etc...

      Amsterdam, Pierre Mortier, 1695. ____ Charles Patin, médecin de Paris se rendit à Vienne, Prague, Innsbruck, Nuremberg, Dresde... Ce collectionneur de monnaies et de médailles y visita un grand nombre de cabinets de curiosités et de bibliothèques. A Nuremberg, il assista à une projection de lanterne magique chez Griendel, qu'il nomme Grundler : "Notre homme remue les ombres comme il veut sans le secours des enfers... Les fantômes & les spectres véritables ne sentent pas plus l'autre monde : je say des héros qui ont pâli à la vue de ces jeux & de ces sophismes de magie. Et n'en déplaise à M. Grundler, toute l'estime que j'ay de son savoir ne m'ôta pas la frayeur, je crûs qu'il n'y eut jamais de plus grand magicien que lui au monde." Illustré par un frontispice, un portrait, une carte et 5 planches gravées (deux sont sur la même feuille). Publié pour la première fois en 1673 sous le titre de "Quatre relations historiques". Bon exemplaire. *****. In-12. Collation : Frontispice, portrait, (8), 272 pp., 4 planches h.-t., 1 carte. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Philosophical Transactions: Giving some Account oft he Present Undertakings, Studies and Labours of the Ingenious, In many Considerable Parts of the World. Vol. XIX, For the Year 1695, no. 215 to 217

      London: S. Smith and B. Walford, for the Royal Society, 1695. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. pp. 1-124. 3 engr. plates (2 folding). 8vo. (194x147 mm). Simple paper card wrapper, text browned. ----This volume contains papers by John Wallis (A Discourse concerning the Methods of Approximation in the Extraction of Surd Roots; An Extract of a Letter from the Reverend Dr. John Wallis to Richard Waller, Esq; Secretary to the Royal Society, Concerning the Spaces in the Cycloid, which are Perfectly Quadrable), Edmond Halley (A Discourse Concerning a Method of Discovering the True Moment of the Sun's Ingress into the Tropical Signs; A Most Compendious and Facile Method for Constructing the Logarithms, Exemplified and Demonstrated from the Nature of Numbers, without any Regard to the Hyperbola, with a Speedy Method for Finding the Number from the Logarithm Given; A Proposition of General Use in the Art of Gunnery, Shewing the Rule of Laying a Mortar to Pass, in Order to Strike any Object above or below the Horizon), Edward Baynard (An Account of the Probable Causes of the Pain in Rheumatisms; as Also of the Cure of a Total Suppression of Urine, Not Caused by a Stone, by the Use of Acids), Bernard Connor (Giving an Account of an Extraordinary Humane Sceleton, Whose Vertebrae of the Back, the Ribs, and Several Bones Down to the Os Sacrum, Were All Firmly United into One Solid Bone,without Joynting or Cartilage), Martin Lister (An Account of the Upper Part of the Burning Mountain in the Isle of Ternata According to the View Taken Thereof; An Account of the Sad Mischief Befallen the Inhabitants of the Isle of Sorea, Near unto the Molucco's, for Which They Have Been Forced to Leave Their Countrey), De Moivre (Specimina Quaedam Illustria Doctrinae Fluxionum Sive Exempla Quibus Methodi Istius Usus et Praestantia in Solvendis Problematis Geometricis Elucidatur, ex Epistola Peritissimi Mathematici); William Halifax (A Relation of a Voyage from Aleppo to Palmyra in Syria...) and others by Caswell, Sampson and Mayne. Very Good.

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        Commission for Greenwich Hospital.

      folio, 26(2)pp., including the final blank G2, printed largely in black letter, with a fine and large cut of the arms of King William III and a superbly ornamental initial letter 'W' at head of first leaf of text (A2), the title page simply lettered 'Commission for Greenwich Hospital', this rather soiled and foxed, some minor marginal soiling and defective corners, fairly recently well bound in morocco-backed marbled boards, spine lettered gilt. A good, large, copy. The Commission or Letter Patent, dated at the end, "at Westminster, the tenth day of September, in the seventh year of Our Reign", therefore seems to pre-date the Commission dated 12th March 1695 (i.e. 1696 according to Lady Day dating). Both are recorded presumably by the undiscerning Wing W2312. [bound with],THE NAMES of the Lords and other the Commissioners for Greenwich Hospital. London, printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd, printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. 1695 [colophon].folio, caption title, 6(2)pp., including the blank B2, a good large copy.Wing N139 and ESTC locate copies only at Lambeth Palace Lib. and Bodleian (a later printing, Wing N139aA dated 1699, is known by copies located at BLHarvard).Publisher: London, printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd, printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty.Year: [1695 (colophon)]Edition:

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        Magnetismus Magnus: Or, Metaphysical and Divine Contemplations on the Magnet, or, Loadstone. Wing H250

      Printed for William Shrowsbury, at the Bible in Duck-lane. Only edition of a work fundamental to Hale's thought, his attempt to reconcile science and religion, relying substantially on William Harvey and to a lesser degree on Aristotle, and contesting the Cartesian view of a mechanistic universe. Later 3/4 brown morocco over pebbled cloth boards, foxing and browning to title and succeeding leaves and less so subsequently, yet a crisp copy. Printed for William Shrowsbury, at the Bible in Duck-lane, London, 1695.

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        An essay concerning humane understanding. In four books.

      London printed for Awnsham and John Churchil, at the Black Swan in Pater-Noster-Row, and Samuel Manship, at the Ship in Cornhill, near 1695 2º in 4s: [40],407,[1],[12, Index and publisher's advert]pp (91-94 mis-numbered 93-96; 121 mis-numbered 123), with engraved frontispiece portrait of Locke by P. Vanderbanck after Sylvester Brounower. Recently rebound to period style by Clive Jones in full paneled calf, boards ruled and decorated in blind, spine in seven compartments between raised bands ruled in gilt, red morocco lettering piece gilt, all edges speckled red. A Fine, bright, tight, clean copy (text block apparently washed), with loss of several letters P4 and closed tear, without loss, through several lines Hh. Provenance: Early ownership signatures (of H. Jowett and J. [probably John] Loxley) on front free end paper, placing this copy at Cambridge (respectively, Magdalene College and St. Catharine's College, dated "Novr 23rd 1830") and of Trafford Barriston to title page. Wing L2741. Yolton 63. Pforzheimer 599 and PMM 164 (for first edition). Fine Third Edition of the "most popular and enduring of all Locke's writings (Yolton)," a line-by-line reprint of the Second Edition (1694) with only minor adjustments and the errata corrected, but still with many misprints. First published in 1690, the Essay attracted immediate attention, both favorable and not, much of it directed toward Locke's concept of the mind as tabula rasa. "This was unacceptable?even shocking?to many of Locke's readers, including the most profound of his early critics, Leibniz. For Locke the human understanding was initially like 'white Paper, void of all Characters': all the ideas which it subsequently contains are derived from experience, either external or internal. The account of how the mind puts together various complex ideas from the material provided by sensation and reflection occupies Book 2, the longest in the Essay. Book 3 is on words, which have meaning only by acting as signs of ideas; Book 4 is on knowledge and opinion. . . . Perhaps the most original aspect of the Essay is, however, the conception of philosophy which it embodies. Locke abandoned the whole enterprise of first philosophy as practised from Aristotle to Descartes: he did not see himself as laying a metaphysical foundation on which natural philosophers could then build, but rather (as he put it in the 'Epistle to the Reader') 'as an Under-Labourer ? clearing Ground a little, and removing some of the Rubbish, that lies in the way to Knowledge'. (ODNB) In the substantially revised second edition, published May, 1694, the section in the chapter 'Of power' dealing with freedom was entirely recast, and there was a new chapter, 'Of identity and diversity', in which Locke equated personal identity with continuity of consciousness, and not with continuity of any spiritual substance." According to Pforzheimer, "The importance of few philosophical books have been so quickly recognized . . . It passed through many editions in English and has several times been translated." (Yolton tallies 56 different editions and translations by 1800, not counting abstracts and abridgments.) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Pictura loquens

      Ex officina Hadriani Schoonebeek.. The rare first edition, with a frontispiece and 61 illustrations. Brown sheep, spine with decorated raised bands, roulette to head and foot, red morocco title piece. Three corners bumped. A good and fresh copy. The work puts together on two pages an extract from a literary work and its interpretation by Smids, as well as an illustration of a mythological scene by Schoonebeek (Alcestis, Hercules, Medea, Oedipus, etc...). The latter was a student of Romain de Hooghe, whose influence is clearly visible. This work is a magnificent example of the baroque illustrated book, alongside the La Fontaine of Romain de Hooghe. Ex officina Hadriani Schoonebeek. Amstelaedami (Amsterdam) 1695 In-12 (9x16cm) relié

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        Relation de Voyage Mysterieux de L'Isle de la Vertu, à Oronte.

      Paris: Christophe Remy, 1695. Small octavo; a very good copy in contemporary calf. Second edition of this rare spiritual romance. First published in Rouen in 1684, this educational novel is written as an allegorical voyage to the imaginary island of "Virtue" on the River Orontes, the chief Syrian river, and the standard route to Egypt since antiquity. The island proves to be a peaceful religious utopia, presented as a model for the reader. Its tenets are suggested by the work's preface, the poem "Epistre à Damon", that is, Damon of Syracuse, who selflessly pledged his life to Dionysus of Syracuse in return for the freedom of his friend.This work has long been attributed to Juan de Palafox y Mendoza (1600-1659), an important figure in Spanish Catholicism. He spent much of his life as envoy and bishop to Mexico, where his reluctance to convert by any means other than persuasion gained him the title "Protector to the Indians". He returned to Spain after a long-running dispute with the Jesuits, whose privileges he sought to temper. His writings, consisting largely of ascetic, pastoral, and historical treatises, were published in Madrid in the eighteenth century, not long after he narrowly missed out on canonisation. Slightly worn.

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        Les Reports De divers Special Cases En le Common Bank & en le Court del Bank le Roy. En le Reigne de le Roy Charles le II . . . Imprimee par l'Original [etc.]. Wing J999. Folio

      Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins [etc.]. First edition of Jones' Reports, praised by Holdsworth and Wallace, and of sufficient value to be translated by Hargrave, compiled by Jones (a "student of records" in North's words) while a justice of King's Bench and Chief Justice of Common Pleas. Contemporary unlettered reverse calf, the joints cracking but firm, one margin repaired, yet an especially clean, bright and desirable copy. Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins [etc.], London, 1695.

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        Arcana naturae detecta / Arcana naturae... detecta... editio altera / Continuatio epistolarum... editio altera / Continuatio arcanorum naturae detectorum.

      Leiden: 1695. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. [Works, in Latin]. I. Arcana naturae detecta. Leiden: Henrik van Kroonevelt, 1695. [8], 568, [14] pages, including engraved additional title, 27 engraved plates of which 15 are folding and several engraved illustrations in text. Paper only very little browned, very minor spotting, plate to p.548 shaved some mm into the plate mark, ownership signature to title page. II. Arcana naturae, ope & beneficio exquisitissimorum microscopiorum. ... una cum discursu & ulteriori dilucidatione; epistolis suis ad ... philosophorum collegium ... editio altera. Leiden: Cornelius Boutestein, 1696. [12], 3-58 (i.e. 64), 258 (i.e. 260) pp., including etched additional title by Romeyn de Hooghe, 11 engraved plates of which 5 are folding and several engraved illustrations in text. Title page soiled and with ownership inscription. [bound with] III. Continuatio epistolarum... editio altera. Leiden: Cornelius Boutestein, 1696. [2], 124 pp., 10 engraved plates of which 2 are folding. [bound with] IV. Continuatio arcanorum naturae detectorum. Leiden: Henrik van Kroonevelt, 1697. [2], 192, [8] pp., 7 engraved plates, one folding. Four works bound in two volumes. 4to (195x153 mm). Contemporary mottled calf with 5 raised bands richly gilt in compartments (boards rubbed, extremities worn, corners bumped, Vol. 1 front joint cracked at top), light toning of paper (IV a bit heavier), scattered very minor spotting and stains. Provenance: Signature of Thomas Molyneux in both volumes (p.1 of I, p.3 of II) and marginalia in his hand to p.564 of I, p.1 and final fly leaf verso of IV. Kenneth Rapoport, ex-libris to front paste downs of both vols. The four works constitute the complete set of Leeuwenhoek's letters 28 to 107 in Latin. The remaining letters in Latin were not published before 1719.I. Dobell 25; Norman 1319; PMM 166; Sparrow 128; NLM/Krivatsy 6785; Waller 10877. - FIRST EDITION OF LETTERS 84-92 and first Latin edition of letters 32-33, 37, 39-41, and 61-83. II. Dobell 22 (first edition only); Waller 10878; Norman 1320 (3rd edition). - Dobell, Antony van Leeuwenhoek and his "little animals" London, 1932 (Dobell 25a), confusingly states that this is the second edition of Arcana naturae detecta (1695), whereas it is in fact the second edition of Anatomia seu interiora rerum (1687) containing letters 28-31, 34-36, 38, and 42-52. III. Dobell 24(a); Waller 10883. - Second Latin edition (first published in 1689). Contains letters 53-60, in order, with continous pagination but unnumbered. IV. Dobell 26; Eimas Heirs 590; Norman 1321; Waller 10880; Wellcome III, p.477. - First Latin edition. A continuation of the Arcana naturae detecta (1695). Contains letters 93-107, all numbered and with continous pagination.Leeuwenhoek was one of the first and greatest microbiologists. He discovered protozoa and bacteria and was the first to describe spermatozoa and red blood corpuscles. The first independent part of this celebrated collection of letters addressed to the Royal Society.These letters incorporate his epoch-making experiments with the MICROSCOPE, and his researches and discoveries opened up a new era of scientific investigation and earned him the title "Father of Protozoology and Bacteriology". Many of the letters are of outstanding importance and include his account of the animalcula. The personal copy of Thomas Molyneux (1661-1733), Irish physician, professor of Physic at Trinity College and fellow of the Royal Society of London. The visit of Molyneux to Leeuwenhoek's home in 1685 on behalf of the Royal Society to inspect his microscopes is well documented in the literature. Molyneux gave a report of his visit in a letter dated February 13, to the secretary of the Royal Society, Francis Aston. It was read at a February meeting: "I have hitherto delayed, answering your last, because I could not give you an account of Mynheer LEEWENHOECK; but last week I was to wait upon him in your name: he shewed me several things through his microscopes, which 'tis in vain to mention here, since he himself has sent you all their descriptions at large. As to his microscopes themselves, those, which he shewed me, in number at least a dozen, were all of one sort, consisting only of one small glass, ground, (this I mention because 'tis generally thought his microfcopes are blown at a lamp, those I saw, I am sure, are not) placed between two thin flat plates of brafs, about an inch broad, and an inch and a half long. In these two plates there were two apertures, one before, the other behind the glass, which were larger or smaller, as the glass was more or less convex, or as it magnified. Just opposite to these apertures on one side was placed sometimes a needle, sometimes a slender flat body of glass or opaque matter, as the occasion required, upon which, or to its apex, he fixes whatever object he has to look upon; then holding it up against the light, by help of two small screws, he places it just in the focus of his glass, and then makes his observations. Such were the microscopes, which I saw, and these are they he shews to the curious that come and visit him; but besides these, he told me he had another sort, which no man living had looked through setting aside himself; these he reserves for his own private observations wholly, and he assured me they performed far beyond any, that he had shewed me yet; but would not allow me a sight of them, so all I can do is barely to believe, for I can plead no experience in the matter. As for the microscopes I looked through, they do not magnify much, if anything, more than several glasses I have seen, both in England, and Ireland: but in one particular, I must needs say, they far surpass them all, that is in their extreme clearness, and their representing all objects so extrordinary distinctly, for I remember we were in a dark room with only one window, and the sun too, was then off of that, yet the objects appeared more fair and clear, then any I have seen through microscopes, though the sun shone full upon them, or though they received more then ordinary light by help of reflective specula or otherwise: So that I imagine 'tis chiefly, if not alone in this particular, that his glasses exceeds all others, which generally the more they magnify the more obscure they represent the object; and his only secret I believe, is making clearer glasses, and giving them a better polish then others can do. I found him a very civil complaisant man, and doubtless of great natural abilities; but, contrary to my expectations, quite a stranger to letters, master neither of Latin, French or English, or any other of the modern tongues besides his own, which is a great hindrance to him in his reasonings uppon his observations, for being ignorant of all other mens thoughts, he is wholly trusting to his own, which, I observe, now and then lead him into extravagancies, and suggest very odd accounts of things, nay, sometimes such, as are wholy irreconsileable with all truth. You see, Sir, how freely I give you my thoughts of him, because you desired it." (Dobell, p.57). Very Good.

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        Innocentia vindicata, in qua gravissimis argumentis ex S. Thoma petitis oftenditur, Angelicum Doctorem pro Immaculato Conceptu Deiparae sensisse & scripsisse. Pars prior theologica.

      Excudebat Jacobus Muller., Abbey of St. Gall, Switzerland 1695 - The most important emblem book to be printed in Switzerland, and highly praised for its artistic sense, the book is ultimately a defense of the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception, using the arguments of St. Thomas Aquinas and other sources. The first half is dedicated to the theological arguments, and the second half (the "Symbols") is comprised of 46 baroque emblems framed in elaborate cartouches, each depicting some quality of the Blessed Virgin. For example, the celebrated ship "Victoria" of Ferdinand Magellan is seen as a symbol of Mary's womb which preserves those on board despite the tempests of the sea. The engravings by Gabriel Ehinger were cut in Augsburg, but the book itself was printed at the ancient Monastery of St. Gall. Folio (33 x 21cm), folding frontispiece, 120pp., 46 plates. Frontispiece stained, with edgewear; occasional light foxing throughout, last two plates detached but present. Bound in contemporary vellum, joints cracked, split to lower and upper spine. [Landwehr, German, 544; Praz 496f] [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le Porte-Feuille de Monsieur L. D. F. ou Recueil de diverses pièces curieuses et galantes

      A Cologne, chez ***** 1695 - in-12 (16,2 x 10,2 cm), 170 pp., maroquin brun, dos orné à 5 nerfs, sextuple filet sur les plats, filet de coupes et dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure du XIXe siècle). Ouvrage attribué à Germain de La Faille (1616-1711) par Barbier, contenant des vers, des pensées, des bons mots, chansons grivoises, épigrammes, souleries diverses, anecdotes, des portraits dont ceux de Turenne et de Louis XIV. Frontispice gravé et vignette de titre (erreurs de pagination). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TAB. VI ASIAE, Arabiam Felicem, Carmaniam as Sinum Persicum comprehendens.

      1695. Mappa tolemaica della penisola arabica. Si tratta della seconda edizione mercatoriana della mappa, che appare per la prima volta nell'edizione del 1695 della Geographia di Tolomeo curata da Mercator, ed intitolata Gerard Mercator:'Claudii Ptolemaei Tabulae Geographicae Orbis Terrarum'. Incisione su rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Beautiful map of Arabian Peninsula. Thai is the second edition of Mercator's Ptolemaic map of the Middle East, first issued in the 1695 edition of Mercator's Geographia, based upon the works of Claudius Ptolemy. Copper engraving, in very good condition. Amsterdam Amsterdam Tibbetts 39. Al Ankary 262. McMinn 15 480 339

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        Von Gottes gnaden Wir Johann Gottfrid deß heiligen Roemischen Reichs Fuerst Bischoff zu Wuertzburg und Hertzog zu Francken etc. Edikt betreffend die Erbauung eines Zuchthauses in "Unser Fuerstlichen Residentz Statt" mit prächtigem Siegel, eigenhändig von Fürstbischof Johann Gottfrid signiert, Würzburg 1695

      Würzburg: Fürstbischöfliche Kanzlei 1695 - Kupferstich auf rückseitig unbedrucktem Hadern-Bütten, geglättete Mittelfalz, Blattgröße Imperialfolio ca. 31 x 39 cm, unten papiergedecktes Wachssiegel mit prächtigem Abdruck des viergeteilten Wappenschildes des Fürstbischofs, links unten vom Bischof eigenhändig in brauner Tinte signiert "Johann Godfrid mpria" (= manu propria), in der rechten unteren Ecke schwach braunfleckig, ansonsten bemerkenswert gut erhalten, sehr selten und für uns anderenorts antiquarisch nicht nachweisbar - Der Fürstbischof beklagt "daß der verdambliche Muessigang ein Ursprung vieler abscheulichen Laster / dahero dem Menschen dergestalten schaedlich seye daß dardurch derselbe sowohl in Leibs= als der Seelen verderblichen Stand gesetzet und befiehlt nach "fuersichtigen Berathschlagungen" mit seinen Räten "zu gaentzlicher Außreuttung dieses schaedlich unwesens . gewisse arth Zuchthaeuser zu erbawen . traege Muessigganger so Mann= als WeibsPersonen zu Einen sittlich=Gott wohlgefaelligen Leben und ihnen anstaendige Arbeithen ernstlich angehalten . werden" Es soll deshalb in der "Fuerstlichen Residentz Statt zu einfuehrung solcher ruhmbwuerdigen Policey ein dergleiches Zuchthauß . aufferbawen lassen / in welchem die in unserem Hertzogthumb sich befindende Muessiggaenger / ungehorsame Lasterhaffte unbendige und unzuechtige Personen koennen verwahrlich auffbehalten . werden". Es wird deshalb allen Amtsleuten, Amtverwesern, Kellern, Verwaltern, Vögten und Schultheisen des gesamten Hochstifts befohlen, alle "Lasterhafften untuechtigen traegen und nichtnutzigen Mann=und Weibs=Personen" zu melden und einzuliefern, einschließlich "zur Arbeit taugliche Bettel=leuth" 2100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        1695 1ed Pharmaceutical Collection Penicher Pharmacopeia MEDICINE Remedies Drugs

      Parisiis : Apud Stephanum Michallet, 1695. - 1695 1ed Pharmaceutical Collection Penicher Pharmacopeia MEDICINE Remedies Drugs VERY Rare title with 1 selling at over $1,000 An incredibly rare 1st edition pharmaceutical book on medicine and aspects of a pharmacy. An anthology of the most comprehensive scientists of the era. We find only one other example of this book for sale worldwide! Compare at $1,000! Main author: Ludovico Penicher Title: Collectanea pharmaceutica, sev, Apparatus ad novam pharmacopæam Published: Parisiis : Apud Stephanum Michallet, 1695. Language: Latin Notes & Contents: • 1st edition FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 217 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Parisiis : Apud Stephanum Michallet, 1695. Size: ~10in X 7.5in (25cm x 19cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Commentarii ad jus municipale Bavaricum. A titulo XXI. usque ad finem. TOMUS III. ORIGINAL EDTION OF 1695. Das dritte von 3 Büchern.

      de Geldern, München 1695 - Die seltene Erstausgabe. (In öff. Biblioth. nur vorhanden in der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz.) 2° (32x21cm), [3] Bl., 920 S., [22] Bl. (So lt. StaBi Berlin komplett). Reichlich blindgeprägter Schweinslederbd. m. 5 echten Büncen, (v orn faltig durch Lederschrumpfung teils von Holzdeckel abjgehoben, hinten fleckig u. m. 3 Fehlstellen im Leder), nach Vorsatz am Buchblock geplatzt, Bindung jedoch sehr fest, umlaufender Grünschnitt, beide Buchklammern (Leder+Metall) vorhanden, die letzten ca. 30 Bl. (der Taxordnung ganz am Ende) knapp beschnitten, sodass die Marginalien grade noch lesbar sind. Papier wellig, Ss. hell u. fast ohne Stockflecken, manchmal m. hellem Wasserrand. Fazit: außen befriedigend, innen gut. +++ BEIGEBUNDEN: ERNEUERTE TAX=ORDNUNG DESS CHUR=FÜRSTENTHUMBS BAYRN vom Jahr 1735, mit eigenem Kupfertitel, (4 nn.), 59 S., 3 S. Register. +++ Wenn Sie mehr Fotos oder Informationen wünschen, klicken Sie bitte auf "Dem Anbieter eine Frage stellen". +++ Aus Nichtraucherhaushalt. +++ Sehr selten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Twee vermaarde Scheeps- Togten, van Thomas Candisch, Engels Edelman, de Eerste, rond- om den geehelen Aard- Kloot.1586

      Artist: Aa van der Peter ( - 1733 ) Leiden; issued in: Leiden; date: 1729 1695 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: ; size in cm : 35 x 44,5 - description: Book describes the travel of Thomas Kandisch in south America with 4 decorative plates showing the inhabitans and 1 title page - Vita of the artist: Pieter van der Aa ( 1659 - 1733) was a Dutch publisher best known for preparing maps and atlases, though he also printed pirated editions of foreign bestsellers and illustrated volumes. He also printed many maps that were often out of print, which he reissued. Some of his most popular maps were of the African continent, detailing locations such as Morocco and Madagascar. Many of his later works were printed for the general public in French and Dutch.Pieter van der Aa began his career at Lieden in 1683 as a Latin trade publisher, publishing classical texts pertaining to medicine and science. As he progressed, he began to publish atlases and maps, compiling numerous multi-volume collections of works. His ambition to become Lieden's most famous printer was fulfilled in 1715 with his appointment to head printer for the city and its university. One of Pieter van der Aa's largest compilations relates to the history of Italy and Sicily, an area of immense personal interest. Though he took credit for many of his compilations, several, such as the Dutch collection of travels to the East and West Indies, were admittedly simple improvements to others' works."

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        Atlas der alten Eidgenossenschaft in 20 Karten aus dem Jahre 1769 (compl.). Atlas novus reipublicae Helveticae XX Mappis.

      64 x 53 cm, 2 Bll. Titel, Begleittext, Druckvermerk sowie 20 handkolorierte Karten auf hadernhaltigem Büttenpapier, HLwd.-Mappe mit losen Bl., Mappe stark stockfleckig. Einige Karten minimal stockfleckig ansonsten tadell. Nr. 221 von 500 Exemplaren. Einführung von Arthur Dürst.Folgende Karten sind nebst dem Titel und Register im Inhaltsverzeichnis aufgeführt: 1. Generalkarte von der Republic Schweiz von Prof. Mayer anch den Cantonen illuminirt. 2. Republic Schweiz nach Hübnerischer Lehrart, und nach den Religionen illuminirt. 3. Canton Zürich von Gabr. Walser, Ref. Pfarrer zu Berneck im Rheinthal. 4. Canton Bern. 5. Canton Lucern. 6. Canton Uri. 7. Canton Schweiz. 8. Canton Unterwalden. 9. Canton Zug. 10. Canton Glarus. 11. Canton Basel. 12. CantonFreyburg. 13. Canton Solothurn. 14. Canton Schafhausen. 14. Canton Appenzell. Bundesgenossen. 16. Die zwey ersten zugewandten Orte der Eidgenossenschaft, der Abt und die Stadt St. Gallen. 17. Bündnerland. 18. Walliserland. Anhang: 19. Genfersee, mit der Republic Genf, und angraenzenden Läendern. 20. Bodensee, mit der Landgrafenschraft Turgau etc.- Gabriel Walser (1695-1776) studierte ab 1712 Theologie in Basel, Marburg, Tübingen, Jena und Halle. 1717 legte er in Basel das Examen ab und wurde Mitglied der Appenzeller Synode. 1721-45 wirkte er als Pfarrer in Speicher. Weil er sich im Landhandel auf Seiten der unterlegenen Partei engagiert hatte, wurde er 1732 zu einer Busse verurteilt. Er gab 1738-45 den "Alten und neuen Appenzeller Schreib-Calender" heraus und veröffentlichte 1740 die "Neue Appenzeller Chronik". Der landeskundl., wertvollere Teil der Chronik beruht auf eigenen Beobachtungen, der hist. Teil schliesst an Bartholomäus Bischofbergers Werk an und ergänzt dieses bis 1732. Hier musste W. auf obrigkeitl. Geheiss hin abbrechen (seine Fortsetzung für die Jahre 1732-72 erschien erst 1829). Ab 1745 bis zu seinem Tod war W. Pfarrer in Berneck. Er bereiste weite Teile der Schweiz und zeichnete u.a. 1763-68 15 Karten für den 1769 in Nürnberg erschienenen "Atlas novus reipublicae Helveticae". Zu deren Erläuterung veröffentlichte er 1770 eine "Schweitzer-Geographie" (HLS, Karin Marti-Weissenbach).- Aufwendig und sorgfältig gemachtes Faksimile des berühmten Kartenwerks. Als Vorlage diente das in der Zentralbibliothek Zürich liegende Exemplar.

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        Tablettes chronologiques, contenant la suite des Papes, Empereurs & Roys qui ont règné depuis la naiss. de J. Chr. jusqu'à présent. Pour servir de plan à Ceux qui lisent l'histoire profane.

      chez Denys Thierry, A Paris 1695 - In-24 oblong (75 x 115 mm) de (8)-34 pp., veau brun, dos lisse orné, sous étui en veau brun (reliure de l'époque). Charmant et curieux livre à système, entièrement gravé, permettant une lecture rapide de la chronologie, grâce à une planche repliée donnant la clef : L'usage de ce feuillet dépend de la règle générale qui est à coté. Chaque état ayant ses loges ou quarrez qui lui répondent en droiture par rapport aux titres qui sont du haut de chaque colonne. Cette règle porte le dénombrement de tous les États qui sont contenus dans ces tablettes et leur sert de clef. On l'utilise en la dépliant à coté des dix-sept feuillets que contient l'ouvrage, et qui correspondent au dix-sept siècles passés depuis Jésus-Christ. Troisième édition ; la première date de 1682, donnée par le chronologiste Guillaume Marcel (1647-1670), esprit judicieux et méthodique, doué d'une prodigieuse mémoire.

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        Scheeps- Togt van Johan Smith na Viginia in het Jaar 1606 en Vervolgens

      Artist: Aa van der Peter ( - 1733 ) Leiden; issued in: Leiden; date: 1706 1695 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: ; size in cm : 35 x 44 - description: Description of the travel from Johann Smith to Virginia in the year 1606 with 1 title page and 7 representations of landscape and natives - Vita of the artist: Pieter van der Aa ( 1659 - 1733) was a Dutch publisher best known for preparing maps and atlases, though he also printed pirated editions of foreign bestsellers and illustrated volumes. He also printed many maps that were often out of print, which he reissued. Some of his most popular maps were of the African continent, detailing locations such as Morocco and Madagascar. Many of his later works were printed for the general public in French and Dutch.Pieter van der Aa began his career at Lieden in 1683 as a Latin trade publisher, publishing classical texts pertaining to medicine and science. As he progressed, he began to publish atlases and maps, compiling numerous multi-volume collections of works. His ambition to become Lieden's most famous printer was fulfilled in 1715 with his appointment to head printer for the city and its university. One of Pieter van der Aa's largest compilations relates to the history of Italy and Sicily, an area of immense personal interest. Though he took credit for many of his compilations, several, such as the Dutch collection of travels to the East and West Indies, were admittedly simple improvements to others' works."

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        Tab.VI. Europae. totam Italiam ob oculos ponens

      Utrecht: Franciscus Halma. unbound. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Page measures 18" x 23.5". This striking circa 1695 map issued by Gerard Mercator depicts Italy in its entirety. This Ptolemaic map includes Corsica and parts of Sardinia and Sicily. It notes important towns, cities, islands, rivers, and other topographic features. Cities and mountains are beautifully rendered in profile.<br><br>First issued by Mercator in his 1578 edition of Ptolemy's "Geographia", the map includes an ornate title cartouche and an interesting sea monster that appears to be a cross between a bird, a fish and a turtle. In good condition with minor wear and verso repair along the original centerfold. Some scuffing near borders in the lower left and right corners. Stain to lower left margin.<br><br> Claudius Ptolemy (90-168 CE) was a Roman geographer and mathematician living in Egypt, who compiled his knowledge and theories about the world's geography into one seminal work. Although his maps did not survive, his mathematical projections and location coordinates did. During the Renaissance revival of Greek and Roman works, "Geographia" was rediscovered by monks and based upon Ptolemy's detailed instructions, the maps were recreated. The first printed edition of "Geographia" with maps was published in Bologna in 1477.<br><br>Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver but is best known for the Mercator Projection. Incorporating the newly accepted fact that the world is round, Mercator was able to render longitude lines consistently straight on a chart. Although this requires some distortion, it was of great use for navigators, and is historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today.

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        De Jure Naturali et Gentium, Juxta Disciplinam Ebraeorum, Libri...

      , 1695. 1695. A Profound Example of Seventeenth-Century Scholarship Selden, John [1584-1654]. De Jure Naturali et Gentium, Juxta Disciplinam Ebraeorum, Libri Septem. Accessit Novae Huic Editioni Index Accuratus. Leipzig and Frankfurt: Apud Jeremiam Schrey, 1695. [xlviii], 892, [27] pp. Copperplate frontispiece, 7 plates, 3 folding copperplates, woodcut text illustrations. Text in Latin, with numerous texts quoted first in Hebrew or Arabic. Quarto (8" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title to spine, front endleaves renewed. Light soiling, spine ends and corners bumped, boards slightly bowed, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, rear free endpaper neatly removed. Copperplate pictorial title page, main title page printed in red and black, woodcut decorate initials and text illustration. The plates depict the presentation of the Ten Commandments, elevations of the Temple of Jerusalem and praying angels in the Temple. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier on places, spark burns to a few leaves, woodcut ornament clipped from title page and replaced with blank paper at an early date, internally clean. A nice copy. * Fourth edition, one of two Schrey issues from 1695. First published in 1640, this is a landmark work in international law and natural law theory. It is also a fundamental work for a collection of Judaica. In Johnson's Memoirs of John Selden (1835), he describes this as "one of his most erudite works... Its design is supposed to have been suggested to him by Grotius's celebrated treatise `De Jure Belli et Pacis,' yet its method is totally different, and its motto from Lucretius, claims for its subject the merit of absolute novelty." This is also the work that caused John Milton to refer to Selden in Areopagitica as "the chief of learned me reputed in this land," and refers to "De Jure Naturali" as "that noble volume written by our learned Selden, of the Law of Nature and of Nations." Further, "De Jure Naturali" is named by Milton in Areopagitica as the source of his theistic conception of natural law and Samson names "the law of nature, law of nations" in his speech to Dalila at lines 890-91 in book two of Samson Agonistes. Finally, Milton makes extensive use of this work in all of his divorce tracts; this stands to reason

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        Ristretto della Dalmazia divisa nei suoi contadi, già presentata alla Serenissima Republica di Venezia, etc.

      1695 c.. Incisione in rame, colorata a mano, mm 470x1220; carta geografica in due fogli separati da Trieste a Scutari. Presente bel cartiglio decorativo e una scena allegorica raffigurante putti e cavalli. Tratta da "Corso geografico" una delle più celebri opere del vulcanico religioso veneziano, autore fra la fine del secolo e gli inizi del successivo di decine di importanti pubblicazioni fra cui ricordiamo il "Libro dei globi", oltre ai celebri globi costruiti per il re di Francia, e "Atlante Veneto". Ottimo esemplare con buoni margini. Leggerissima traccia della piega editoriale.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, mit Wappen und Erklärungen, "Hamburgum.".

      - Kupferstich b. De Wit, um 1695, 38,5 x 50 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantis Neerlandici, Bd. IV, 2.1, Nr. 1707. - Das Blatt ohne Rückseitentext. - Die Ränder wurden restauriert. Der linke Rand angerändert.

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        Labyrinte de Versailles

      n.d., probably 1693-1700,suivant la copie, a Paris, de L'Imprimerie Royale. Contemporary leather boards with decorated spine, 20cm x 16.5, (ix), 78pp. Description of the designs for the fountains in the gardens of Versailles commissioned by Louis XIV , each illustrating one of the fables by Aesop. The 41 plates are of the 39 fountains plus a map of the labyrinth and a view of the entrance. Lacks fep but condition generally very good.

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        Utrecht - Jan van Vianen + Caspar Specht/Reinier & Josua Ottens, 1725-1750.

      FRAAIE 17DE EEUWSE STADSPLATTEGROND VAN UTRECHT'Urbis Traiecti ad Rhenum novissima et accuratissima delineatioâ?' kopergravure gegraveerd door Jan van Vianen, uitgegeven door Casper Specht 1695, hier in een tweede staat uitgegeven te Amsterdam door Reinier en Josua Ottens tussen 1725-1750. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 49 x 57,5 cm.Linksboven staat dat Specht deze kaart heeft opgedragen aan het stadsbestuur. De tekst is omgeven door 42 familiewapens van leden van de Utrechtse vroedschap. Rechtsboven in een cartouche met mythische figuren, stad- en provinciewapen: 'De stad Utrecht is gesticht in 't jaar 60. Bemuert tot de groote als jegenwoordig in 't jaar 930. Groot in syn omgang binnen de Wallen 1300 roeden. Bevat in sig 12 kercken, 13 gasthuysen, 120 straten, 50 stene bruggen en ontrent 6000 huysen. Vermaert door d'Academie. Heeft de schoonste plantagien en Maaljebaan van gants nederland.â?'Hoe de werkverdeling is geweest bij de kaartvervaardiging is niet geheel duidelijk. De signering 'Jan V. Vianen fecitâ?' kan er op wijzen dat hij de kaart getekend en/of gegraveerd heeft. Maar het is ook mogelijk dat Caspar Specht niet alleen drukker-uitgever, maar ook als graveur is opgetreden. Jan van Vianen was een tekenaar en graveur die eind 17de eeuw voornamelijk is Haarlem werkte, maar die ook korte tijd in Amsterdam en Utrecht verbleef. Zijn graveurswerk bestaat uit diverse portretten, voorstelling van belangrijke eigentijdse gebeurtenissen en boekillustraties. Deze kaart is een incidenteel werkstuk van hem geweest in opdracht van Caspar Specht.Over de inhoud van deze vogelvluchtkaart is veel lovends te zeggen. Van de bestaande gedrukte kaarten van de stad Utrecht uit de 17de eeuw is er geen die cartografisch zo goed is als deze. De meetkundige verhoudingen van de grondvorm van de stad, alsmede van het gebied direct buiten de stadsmuur zijn veel beter alle andere. Of er sprake is geweest van een geheel nieuwe opmeting is moeilijk te zeggen; mogelijk is voor wat de grondvorm betreft mede gebruikt gemaakt van een twee decennia eerder bij de firma Specht gemaakte kaart.De in opstand getekende bijzondere bebouwing, (kerken, gasthuizen, poorten, enz.) is waarschijnlijk geheel in overeenstemming met de werkelijke situatie van 1695. Jan van Vianen zal kriskras door de stad getrokken zijn om schetstekeningen te maken van de diverse gebouwen die hij naderhand in zij atelier in het kaartbeeld inpaste. Niet waarheidsgetrouw is het ontbreken van ruïnes van gebouwen, die er toen wel degelijk waren (zoals bijvoorbeeld de St. Servaasabdij, het Wittevrouwenklooster en de Domkerk). Maar deze zijn natuurlijk opzettelijk weggelaten om het representatieve en decoratieve karakter van de kaart geen schade te doen.De woonhuizen zijn over het algemeen op uniforme wijze afgebeeld. De schaal waarop de kaart is getekend liet een verfijnde weergave, waarin de variatie in hoogte, breedte en diepte alsmede het verschil in de vorm van de daken van de diverse huizen, naar voren zou moeten komen ook moeilijk toe.De stad maakt een opvallend groene indruk door zowel in als buiten de stad getekende bomen en tuincomplexen. De weergegeven tuinpatronen zullen echter voornamelijk gefantaseerd zijn.Prijs: € 1.950,-.

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        De quadrupedibus solidipedibus volumen integrum. Bologna, V. Benati für H. Tamburini 1616. Fol. 3 Bll., 495 S., 16 Bll., mit Kupfertitel v. G. B. Coriolano u. 12 (tls. ganzs.) Textholzschnitten u. kl. Holzschn.-Druckermarke, blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt.

      - DG 3.517 - Ceresoli 41 - Libreria Vinciana 1695 - Mennessier de la Lance I, 11 - Huth 17 - Nissen, ZBI 72.- Erste Ausgabe.- Der Bologneser Professor Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605) sammelte im Laufe seines langen Lebens eine enorme Menge von Materialien verschiedenster Art in der Absicht, eine monumentale Enzyklopädie der Naturgeschichte zu veröffentlichen. Von den vielen geplanten Einzelwerken konnte er jedoch nur wenig fertigstellen.- Posthum herausgegeben mit den schönen Holzschnitten von Cristoforo Coriolano.- Die Abbildungen zeigen Pferde, Kentauren, Einhörner, Zebras, Elefanten, etc.- Kaum gebräunt od. stockfleckig, Kupfertitel unten eingeschlagen, ohne das vord. Vorsatzbl., Einband etwas fleckig u. wurmstichig.# First edition of Aldrovandi's illustrated encyclopedia of quadrupeds.- With 12 woodcut illustrations of horses, centaurs, unicorns, zebras, elephants.- Hardly browned or foxed, good copy in contemporary pigskin binding. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Prince Arthur. A Heroic Poem. In Ten Books.

      FIRST EDITION. 1 vol., folio, 12-3/4" x 8-3/8", (xx)296pp., including a page of publisher's ads after the preface but without the corrections and index found in the 2nd Edition. Bound in full contemporary paneled calf over cords, expertly rebacked, gilt lettered black morocco spine label.'Prince Arthur' opens with Arthur's return to Britain to reclaim the crown, and culminates with the final single battle between Tollo and Arthur for control of the kingdom. Taken from Geoffrey, and modeled stylistically on Virgil ('I sing the Briton and his Righteous Arms'), Prince Arthur was a great favorite of King William.

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        1695 1ed Anabaptists Illustrated Protestant Quakers Mennonites Baptists Baptism

      A Paris. : Chez Charles Clouzier, M D C XCV. 1695 - 1695 1ed Anabaptists Illustrated Protestant Quakers Mennonites Baptists Baptism A fine, rare 17th-century history of Anabaptists. Anabaptism is a Christian movement which traces its origins to the Radical Reformation in Europe. Traditionally this movement is seen as an offshoot of European Protestantism, but recently this view is challenged, mostly by Anabaptists. Main author: Francois Catrou; Lambertus Hortensius Title: Histoire des Anabatistes ou Relation curieuse de leur doctrine, regne & revolutions, tant en Allemagne, Hollande, qu'Angleterre, ou il et traite de plusieurs sortes de Mennonites, Kouakres, & autres qui en sont provenus. Published: A Paris. : Chez Charles Clouzier, M D C XCV. Language: French Notes & contents: &#149; 1st edition &#149; Collated and complete : [10], 621 [i.e. 173], [1] o Pages 169-173 wrongly numbered 617-621. &#149; Illustrated with 18 leaves of plates &#149; Engraved title vignette FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 173 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: A Paris. : Chez Charles Clouzier, M D C XCV. Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $599 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Institutio Physico-Astronomica Adiecta in Fine Appendice Geographica

      Modena: Antonio Capponi and the heirs of Pontiroli, 1695. First editions. Woodcut illustration on title-page, initials, head- and tailpieces, diagrams and inserted plate. xvi, 230 pp., possibly lacking half-title. 8vo. 18th-century speckled calf, green morocco spine label. Near fine. First editions. Woodcut illustration on title-page, initials, head- and tailpieces, diagrams and inserted plate. xvi, 230 pp., possibly lacking half-title. 8vo. [Bound with:] WARD, Seth. In Ismaelis Bullialdi astronomiae philolaicae fundamenta, inquisitio brevis. Oxford: Leon. Lichfield, 1653. Woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces, woodcut diagrams. [6], 47, [1 (blank)] pp. Faint dampstain. Published as second part of Wing W820 (De cometis); Madan 2239. [And:] GOLDMAYR, Andreas. Himmlische harmoni, das ist harmonische ewigwehrende astronomische tafeln des Lauffs der Sonnen und des Monds, von newen calculiret. Nuremberg: Jeremias Dümler, 1639. Elaborate woodcut border on title-page, woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces. 91, [1 (blank)] pp. Title-page cropped, one leaf shaved, some browning. Houzeau & Lancaster 12764. Sammelband of three astronomy works. Houzeau & Lancaster 10929; Riccardi i, 468. Provenance: Earls of Macclesfield (South Library bookplate, 1860, embossed stamp to title-page and following leaf of first title)

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        Die Trunkenheit. Temulentia.

      - Kupferstich, auf Bütten, nach B.S. Setletsky (1695-1771). 29,6:18,7 cm. Mit der Adresse von Joh.Gg. Hertel, Augsburg. Literatur: Aus: Berliner Ornamentstichkatalog 4595 (Cesare Ripa, Allerley Künsten und Wissenschaften, dienlicher Sinnbildern etc.). Schöner Drcuk auf vollem Bogen, insgesamt angeschmutzt, Knickfalte geglättet.

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        Uxor Ebraica, Seu de Nuptiis et Divortiis Ex Jure Civili, Id est,...

      1695. Selden's Ground-Breaking Uxor Ebraica Selden, John [1584-1654]. Uxor Ebraica, Seu de Nuptiis et Divortiis Ex Jure Civili, Id est, Divino & Talmudico, Veterum Ebraeorum, Libri Tres. Ejusdem de Successionibus ad Leges Ebraeorum, Libri Tres, Ejusdem de Successionibus ad Leges Ebraeorum in Bona Defunctorum. Liber Singularis: In Pontificatum, Libri Duo. Frankfurt-on-Oder: Sumptibus Jeremiae Schrey, 1695. [2], 456 [i.e. 460], [36], 248 pp. Two parts with individual pagination; second part, De Successionibus, preceded by divisional title page. Quarto (8" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, blind frames and large central arabesques to boards, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, corners and spine ends bumped, a few minor scuffs to rear board, vellum beginning to crack through pastedowns, some creases and edgewear to endleaves. Main title page printed in red and black. Moderate toning to text, occasional light foxing to text, light soiling to title page. "102" in small recent hand to front pastedown, interior otherwise clean. $850. * Later edition. A scarce edition of Selden's work on the laws of Jewish marriage and divorce, applying his more general theory of natural law, and approaching the views of Milton. It was first published in 1646. Speaking of this and other works dealing with Jewish customs the DNB says "[his] acquaintance with the original of the Old Testament and the ancient versions and commentaries which all these works display is very great. Their author's familiarity with rabbinical literature was such as has been acquired by few non-Israelite scholars; and many details of oriental civilisation and antiquities were certainly brought to the knowledge of Europeans for the first time in them" (DNB). Despite the importance of this work it was not translated into English until 1991. Dictionary of National Biography XVII:1157. Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 14:019894G.

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        Turin Ville Capitale du Piemont et Residence du Duc de Savoye Roy de Sardaigne

      altkolorierter Kupferstich von ca. 1695 - Blattmasse: ca. 54,5 x 40 cm - im oberen Außenrand mit fachmännisch restauriertem Randeinriss außerhalb des Bildes, sonst gut erhalten

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        Annales Austriae ab ultimae aetatis memoria ad Habsburgicae gentis principes deducti. Res Austriae veteris sub Romanis, Austriae, Germaniaeque regibus, ac impp. Ac praecipue Babenbergicae stirpis in Austria marchionibus gestae [...]. 2 Bände.

      Fol. Titelbll. in Rot. u. Schwarz. Mit einer gest. Vignette (v. Salomon Kleiner), einer gest. Initiale u. zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten u. -Initialen. 17 Bll., 566 S., 22 Bll. 11 Bll., 590 S., 18 Bll., Ldr.-Bde. d. Zt. a. 6 Bünden m. reicher Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückenschildern u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Erstausgabe. - Der Jesuit, Altphilologe u. Historiker Sigismund Calles (1695-1767) trat mit 15 Jahren in den Jesuitenorden ein und widmete sich dem Studium der Philosophie und der klassischen Sprachen. Er war Lehrer an den Gymnasien in Klagenfurt und Leoben (Steiermark), bis er 1737 eine Professur für Geschichte an der Univ. Wien übernahm. 1746 zog er sich aus der universitären Lehre zurück und unterrichtete erneut an Schulen. Calles veröffentlichte kirchen- und profanhistorische Werke über Österreich und Deutschland. Vorliegende, auf kritischem Quellenstudium beruhenden Annales Austriae sind die erste wissenschaftliche Darstellung der Geschichte Österreichs (Keltische Periode bis zum Beginn der Habsburgerzeit) lt. Coreth (S. 142f.) die Wende vom reinen Sammeln zur Darstellung. - Die schönen, dekorativen Einbände nur leicht berieben bzw. bestoßen. Schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Schönes Exemplar. - De Backer/S. I, 562 ADB III, 708 Brunet I, 1477.

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      London: Printed for Awnsham and John Churchil. 1695. y First edition. First edition. Folio (12-1/2î tall). (20),296pp. (including a page of publisherís ads after the preface). Title printed within a ruled border. Cont. paneled tooled calf, worn. Head of spine chipped, 2î splits at top & bottom of front hinge.

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      Barcelona. 1695. 17h+493Pág+2h. 30X22. Obra dedicada a la práctica del confesor y confesado, la más completa y precisa que se conoce. Ref 2.7 Biblioteca A.

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        Universa Religio Ruthenica sive Moscovitica. oder Die auffgehende Sonne der Christlichen Religion/ wie und zu welcher zeit dieselbige durch die finstere Wolcken des Heydenthums sich herfür gethan/ und das gantze Moscovitische Reich bestrahlet/ auch was darinnen biß auff jetzige zeit/ so wohl in Glaubens Artickulen/ alß Kirchen Ceremoniis vorgegangen und geändert worden ist/ und wie weit Sie mit andern Religionen überein komme / Allen Curieusen Liebhabern gründlich und wohlmeynend vorgestellet von Theophilo Wahrmundo.

      Mit gestoch. Titel von Ph. Neuß und 8 Kupfertafeln. 3 Bl., 119 S. Neue HLwd. VD17 23:243766L Nitsche 351 Thieme-B. XXV, 422. - Vgl. Adelung 382 (zu Schleusing). - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe, zuvor 1695 erschienen, in beiden Ausgaben sehr selten. Das lateinische Original war erstmals 1660 erschienen (Jöcher-A. V, 1146, 3). - "Hinter dem Pseudonym Theophilus Wahrmundus verbergen sich sowohl Georg Andreas Schleusing als auch Gottlieb Hosemann. - Nach Bircher ist Georg Andreas Schleusing nur der Übersetzer des lateinischen Originals einer von Michael von Oppenbusch unter dem Präsidium von Johann Conrad Dannhauer gehaltenen Disputation ins Deutsche (ebenso wie auch der manchmal als Verfasser angegebene Gottlieb Hosmann" (VD 17). - "Veröffentlicht zur Zeit eines durch die Große Gesandtschaft Peters I. 1697/98 gesteigerten Interesses Westeuropas am Russischen Reich, wollte das Werk mit den Grundzügen der Religion Rußlands vertraut machen. Neben der Christianisierung Rußlands werden die Dogmen der russisch-orthodoxen Kirche sowie ihre religiösen Bräuche und Zeremonien dargestellt. Außerdem enthält die Schrift einen Vergleich der russischen Kirche mit anderen christlichen Kirchen" (Nitsche). - Buntpapierdeckel der Zeit mit eingebunden, dieser mit langen handschriftl. Notizen. Kupfertitel verso etwas feuchtfleckig und mit Eintragungen von 1730, die schönen Kupfer in kräftigen Abdrucken. Tls. etwas gebräunt.

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        Pianta del nuovo acquedotto che conduce l'acqua a Civitavecchia..

      1695. Carta geografica raffigurante il territorio e i dintorni di Civitavecchia. La carta fu realizzata per illustrare la realizzazione del nuovo acquedotto fatto costruire da papa Innocenzo XII, e stampata dalla tipografia De Rossi. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata in epoca, leggere macchie di cera nella parte centrale, gora d'acqua in quella sinistra, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Raro ed importante documento. Geographic map depicting the territory and the surroundings of Civitavecchia. The map has been realized to illustrate the carrying out of the new aqueduct, realized by Pope Innocenzo XII, and printed the De Rossi typography. Copper engraving, fine contemporary hand colour, light wax spots in the central part, water stain on the left, otherwise in good condition. Rare and interesting document. Roma Rome 545 340

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        Erste und fürnehmste Weiß dem Heiligen Meß-Opffer nutzlich und andächtig beyzuwohnen, durch Betrachtung des bitteren Leydens und Sterbens Jesu Christi, mit hinzugefügter Erweckung verschiedener Tugends-Ubungen: Sambt einem Anhang einiger Früh- und Abends, Beicht- und Communion-Gebetter.

      208 S. (recte 209). Blindgeprägter OLdr. der Zeit. 3. Aufl. Mit 35 Kupferstichen von Jan Philip van der Schlichten, gestochen von P. A. Kilian und die letzte Tafel von G. Wißger. Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Zwei Gebetszettel unfachmännisch angeheftet (Gesang von der heiligsten Dreyfaltigkeit sowie Te Deum laudamus). - Exlibris a. V., im oberen Drittel mehr oder weniger durchgehend wasserrandig, fingerfleckig, stärkere Gbrsp., Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben, unteres Kapital m. ca. 4 cm Fehlstelle. Zustand im Preis berücksichtigt. - Vogel, (1695 -1766), war seit 1728 als Volksmissionär tätig. Bedeutung erlangte er vor allem als volkstümlich-apologetischer Schriftsteller. Seine Gründliche Unterweisung in dem wahren katholischen Glauben oder Katholischer Katechismus nach den fünf Hauptstücken von P. Canisi (3 Bde., 1739 5 Bde., 1750) stellt die größte volkstümliche Apologie seiner Zeit dar. Er schrieb auch Leben und Sterben der Heiligen Gottes (1764, (100)1926). (DBE) - Schlichten, (1681 - 1745), war Schüler des Adriaen van der Werff. Übersiedelte 1720 nach Heidelberg und wurde dort 1721 kurfürstlicher Hofmaler. (vgl. Thieme-Becker 388f.)

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