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        [GLORIOUS REVOLUTION. ABDICATION OF JAMES II]. The debate at large, between the House of Lords and House of Commons, at the free conference, held in the Painted Chamber, in the session of the convention, anno 1688. Relating to the word, Abdicated, and the vacancy of the throne, in the Common's vote

      London: Printed for J. Wickins; and to be sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1695. FIRST EDITION. Very sympathetic half calf antique, marbled boards, red morocco label gilt, compartments gilt with small tools. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. Octavo. COLLATION: A-B4 C-F8 G-Q4, COMPLETE. [2], 19-176 pp. FIRST EDITION of these important Parliamentary debates, providing original and valuable documentation of the constitutional crisis that ensued during the Glorious Revolution of 1688. Ours appears to be the only copy currently on the market. James II of England (a.k.a. James VII of Scotland), while fleeing to France, dropped the Great Seal of the Realm into the Thames. In Parliament the question was discussed whether he had forfeited the throne or had abdicated. The present volume offers detailed arguments for the both, but ultimately the latter designation was agreed upon, and in a full assembly of the Lords and Commons, it was resolved in spite of James's protest "that King James II having endeavored to subvert the constitution of the kingdom, by breaking the original contract between king and people, and, by the advice of Jesuits and other wicked persons, having violated the fundamental laws, and having withdrawn himself out of this kingdom, has abdicated the government, and that the throne is thereby vacant." The Scottish parliament pronounced a decree of forfeiture and deposition. In our copy the imprint reads "and to be sold" (in another issue the imprint reads "and sold"). References: Wing (2nd ed.) E1288A. ESTC R14958. Provenance: the Sunderland copy (sale of the Bibliotheca Sunderlandiana, Puttick & Simpson, 1882, Fourth Portion, lot 9338) -- subsequently in the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut (with blindstamps).

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        Landschaft mit den Töchtern Cecrops.

      - Radierung, 1695, auf Bütten. 29,6:40,2 cm. Provenienz: Mit Tilgungstempel der Großherzogl. Graph. Sammlung, Schwerin, Lugt 2273. Literatur: Bartsch 25; Hollstein 25, I. Aus der Serie der „Klassischen Landschaften". – Hervorragender, gleichmäßiger Abdruck mit viel Grat, etwas Plattenschmutz im Rand, mit ca. 1 cm breitem Rand um die Plattenkante. Vertikale Mittelfalte geglättet, dort etwas vergilbt. Aelbert Meyeringh, Sohn und Schüler des Malers und Kunsthändlers Frederik Meyeringh (1608-1669), weilte 1672-1687 gemeinsam mit J. Glauber (1646 – um 1726) in Italien. Er malte und radierte Landschaften, die sich an N. Poussin (1594-1665) und G. Dughet (1615-1675) orientieren.

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        Recueil des Figures, Groupes, Thermes, Fontaines, Vases, Statues, et Autre Ornemens de Versailles. Tels Qu'ils se Voyent à Present dans Le Chateua & Parc. Gravée d'Apres Les Originaux Par Simon Thomassin, Graveur du Roy

      Chez Pierre Mortier, Amsterdam 1695 - 59pp, + 218 engraved plates. Engraved frontispiece and 218 copper engraved plates and fold out plan. Text in French. Language: eng VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps. Fold out plan with some tears

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        Recueil des Figures, Groupes, Thermes, Fontaines, Vases, Statues, et Autre Ornemens de Versailles. Tels Qu'ils se Voyent à Present dans Le Chateua & Parc. Gravée d'Apres Les Originaux Par Simon Thomassin, Graveur du Roy

      Amsterdam: Chez Pierre Mortier. VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps. Fold out plan with some tears. 1695. [Second Edition]. Suede cover. 200mm x 150mm (8" x 6"). 59pp, + 218 engraved plates. Engraved frontispiece and 218 copper engraved plates and fold out plan. Text in French. .

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        PRINCE ARTHUR. AN HEROICK POEM. In Ten Books

      London Awnsham and John Churchil 1695 - First Edition. Folio (320 x 205mm), in contemporary full speckled calf, the boards with a central panel design featuring a roll tooled frame in blind using a design of tulips and with large floral cornerpieces in blind, the spine with richly gilt paneled and lined compartments between raised bands, one compartment with a red morocco lettering label and with multiple rules in gilt. [xx], 296. A very pleasing, fresh, crisp and unpressed copy in a handsome period binding. The binding very attractive and well preserved with just light aging or evidence of shelving at the extremities, hinges tight and strong, a couple of joints with just light cracks. FIRST EDITION OF SIR RICHARD BLACKMORE’S EPIC POEM OF THE ARTHURIAN LEGEND. Blackmore was the personal physician to both William III and to Queen Anne, but these important duties did not stop him from being a prolific and popular writer. The author says this work, arguably his best, was written "for the greatest part in coffee-houses" during what free time and precious moments of leisure his career permitted him. The poem begins with Arthur returning to England to claim his throne after the Saxon overthrow of Uther. It tells of Lucifer’s attempt to defeat Arthur’s purpose and serves like an analysis of the development of Christianity in Northern Europe. The final telling of the combat between Tollo and Arthur for the hand of Ethelina, and thus the control of the Kingdom is highly climactic. The work found a great admirer in Dr. Johnson who replied to John Dennis’ biting criticism of it with by stating that Dennis was "more tedious and disgusting than the work he condemns." Johnson would later write a "Life of Blackmore". The work won the equal admiration of John Locke. Blackmore found a large audience with this poem, enough so that the second and third editions were all done within this same year. See DNB [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A New Map of the English Empire in America viz Virginia, Maryland, Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jarsey, New England, Newfoundland, New France &c

      London: "Sold by Robt. Morden at the Atlas in Cornhill / And by Christopher Brown at ye Globe/ near the Westend of St. Pauls/ Church: London", 1695. Copper-engraved map by John Harris. Inset map of the Atlantic Ocean and smaller inset of Boston Harbour. A rare and important map of the American colonies, in the scarce first state. This is in effect a propaganda map, compiled during King William's War (1689-97). Morden shows the English American colonies thrusting westward, at the expense of the rival French claims. In addition to the Midwest, much of Canada is shown as English. The English colonies along the Atlantic Seaboard are carefully delineated according to English sources, but Canada, the Mississippi Valley, and the Great Lakes are based on French sources, including the maps of Dablon (1672) and Thevenot (1681). Morden still preserves Lederer's configuration (1672) in his depiction of the interior of the Southeast.At lower right is a large inset map of the North Atlantic, the vital life line between Britain and its American empire. Just above is the title piece crowned by the Royal Arms, and an inset map of Boston Harbor based on Thomas Pound's A New Mapp of New England from Cape Codd to Cape Sables (1691). The engraver, John Harris was one of the most accomplished members of his profession working in England. The insets are surrounded by decorative acanthus brackets and supports in the arabesque style, a signature motif of the artist. A second state was published in 1719 with the imprint of John Senex.Degrees of Latitude , pp. 358-360; Stevens & Tree, "Comparative Cartography" 20a, in Tooley, The Mapping of America ; McCorkle, New England in Early Printed Maps , 695; Cumming, TheSoutheast in Early Maps , 119; Phillips, A List ofMaps of America, p. 564.

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        Les Amours d'Abailard & d'Heloïse [bound with 6 first and early French editions of their Letters; see below]

      Amsterdam: Chez Pierre Chayer, 1695. Second edition of Alluis (first printed in 1675), and, except for the first letter from Héloise to Abelard (second ed.), first edition of the "translations" (see below). [12], 126, [2, blank] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Early calf. Edges and corners rubbed, rebacked in the 19th century; lower jo;int cracked. Bookplates of CLEMENT SHORTER and OTTO OREN FISHER. Minor stains scattered throughout. The Incredibly Rare, Highly Influential and Entirely Spurious Letters of Heloise and Abelard William Levitan, in his recent translation ABELARD & HELOISE. THE LETTERS OF ... discusses the printing history of these letters, pointing put that although they are almost entirely "impostures" and have little to do with the original Latin from which they purportedly derive, they nonetheless "came to have a decisive role in how Abelard and Heloise were understood for well over a hundred years. John Hughes' English translation of these into English became the standard in the English-speaking world, and even as late as 1940 editions of the English versions appeared. Alexander Pope based his famous "Eloisa to Abelard" on Hughes translation Jacques Alluis' account of the tragic, legendary love affair between Peter Abelard - the preminent scholastic theologian of his day - and Heloise, his brilliant pupil, was first printed in 1675. In 1695 publisher Pierre Chayer began to issue separately the three letters to Abelard from Héloïse, and the three to Héloïse from Abelard; of the six, only the first letter had been printed before (in 1693 by Chayer); he also reprinted Jacques Alluis' account of the tragic affair in uniform format, with separate title-pages and pagination. Their correspondence is, or purports to be, one of the great series of love letters in the Western world, and although Chayer issued a collected edition later in the same year with a new preface from the printer, this is a bound collection of the separate parts as they first appeared in French. Each bears the imprint of Pierre Chayer, Amsterdam, 1695. Unless otherwise noted they are firsts. They are as follows, in the order of binding; 1.) Lettre d'Héloïse à Abailard. [12]-47 pp. Barbier II, 1136f; OCLC 465189673 (2 copies - none in America). First published by Chayer in 1693. This letter, unlike the 5 others, has every appearance of being authentic, and follows closely (allowing for idiomatic and stylistic differences) the English version of Levitan. 2.) Réponse d'Abailard à la lettre d'Héloïse. 48 pp. OCLC: 491517699 3.) Lettre seconde d'Heloise à Abailard. 40 pp. OCLC: 67759473 [Variant title ("Seconde lettre ...") and pagination (30pp.)] 4.) Lettre troisième d'Heloise à Abailard. 36 pp. OCLC: 67759475 5.) Nouvelle reponse d'Abailard a Heloise. Lettre dernière. 35 [1, blank] pp. OCLC: 456735680 (2 copies) 6.) Histoire des infortunes d'Abailard. Lettre d'Abailard à Philinthe. 48 pp. The translations of the letters (from the original Latin, first published 1616) with their editorial prefaces have been attributed (BN & Barbier) to Nicolas Remond Des Cours.

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        Etat general de l'Empire Otoman, depuis sa fondation jusqu'a present. Et l'abregé des vies des empereurs.

      Paris, Pierre Herissant, 1695. - 4 vols. (24), 484, (28) pp. (4), 470, (18) pp. (4), 599, (1), 89 (1) pp. (40), 411, (5) pp. With a total of 2 engr. frontispieces (in vols. 1 and 4). Original French calf with giltstamped spine. Encompassing study of the Ottoman Empire in the late 17th century, at a time when its power in Europe was waning, but it remained a force to be reckoned with. Rare, especially when including the 4th volume ("Suite de l'Etat general de l'Empire otoman [.] Quatrieme tome") which contains accounts of the state of the Greek, Armenian and Maronite churches in the Ottoman Empire. "According to the Gennadius Library, this was translated by Petis de la Croix and edited by La Croix. In fact the privilege is ceded to La Croix, former secretary of the French embassy at Constantinople. It seems likely that there must be a family connection between the two, although the original family of Petis de la Croix was Petis, not La Croix" (Atabey). - Binding slightly rubbed, but on the whole in good condition. The Atabey copy (3 volumes only) commanded £15,000 at Sotheby's in 2002 (lot 646). Atabey 651. OCLC 470426837. Not in Blackmer or Cobham-Jeffrey.

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        Miscellany Poems Containing a New Translation of Virgills Eclogues, Ovid's Love elegies, Odes of Horace, and Other Authors; with several Original Poems [bound with:] Sylvae: or, the Second Part of Poetical Miscellanies

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the Judge's-head in Chancery-Lane near Fleet-street, 1695. First editions. Engraved frontispiece to first volume. Miscellany Poems: [8], pp. 1-162, 165- 328, 92 pp (lacking leaf M2, ad, andf final leaf x1, Catalogue)); Sylvae: [40], 168, 353-494, [1] pp. (lacking final leaf x1, errata). 1 vols. 8vo. Full contemporary black panelled calf gilt-bordered panels and cornerpieces; neatly rebacked, later endpapers. Ex libris of Graham Pollard and Ian Jack. A major Dryden collection, containing 26 pieces by him (including MacFlecnoe and Absalom & Achitophel), of which only 8 had been previously printed, according to MacDonald. Despite the missing ad leaf in part I and the errata leaf in part II, this is a lovely copy in a contemporary binding, with an impressive provenance.

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        The Parable of the Ten Virgins Opened & Applied: Being the Substance of Divers Sermons on Matth. 25.1,---13

      Published from the Authors own notes by Jonathan Mitchell and Thos. Shepard, Son to the Reverend Author, Cambridge and Charles-town in New England 1695 - 232pp and 190pp + 5pp alphabetical table. 'Wherein , the Difference between the Sincere Christian and the most Refined Hypocrite, the Nature & Characters of Saving and of Common Grace, the Dangers and Diseases incident to the most flourishing Churches or Christians, and other Spiritual TRUTHS of greatest importance, are clearly discovered, and practically Improved'. Language: eng G+ : in Good condition plus with grey eps. Light wear to marbled boards and leather work. Foxing to title page and scattered browning throughout. Several small ink stains to margins of pages 114 and 115 with no impact on text. Tightly bound. Signed twice with the signature of John Mitchell on the first page of 'To the Reader' dated 1722 and inscribed 'his book' and then on the final page under the printed signature of Jonathan Mitchel and dated May 8,1733 Later half leather binding with marble boards [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Camden's Britannia, Newly Translated Into English: With Large Additions and Improvements. Translated By Edmund Gibson

      London: F. Collins for A. Swalle, 1695. First edition of Gibson's translation. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, 50 double-page and folding maps (3) by Robert Morden and others, 9 full-page engraved plates of coins and antiquities, numerous woodcuts and some engravings in the text, including a half-page engraving of Stonehenge, woodcut initials. 1 vols. Folio. Contemporary calf tooled in blind to a panel design, rebacked to style, covers rubbed, endpapers renewed, small dampstain to lower outer corner of few first leaves, otherwise contents generally near fine. Bookplate of J. Sprague Meeker, Brooklyn. Morden, Robert. Morden, Robert. First edition of Gibson's translation. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, 50 double-page and folding maps (3) by Robert Morden and others, 9 full-page engraved plates of coins and antiquities, numerous woodcuts and some engravings in the text, including a half-page engraving of Stonehenge, woodcut initials. 1 vols. Folio. The Preferred English Translation of Camden's Britannia. The first edition of Edmund Gibson's English translation of Camden's Britannia, one of the great achievements of English scholarship, the first comprehensive topographical survey of Great Britian, and a book of the greatest importance to the develpment of the nation's self image. Camden's work first appeared in Latin in 1586 in a thick octavo volume dedicated to Lord Burghley: "It received immediate recognition ... and its successive, enlarged editions of 1587, 1590, 1594, 1600 (dedicated to Queen Elizabeth) and 1607 (dedicated to King James) and its English translation of 1610 by Philemon Holland attest to its popularity ... Throughout the decades after its first appearance Camden continued to revise the text and experiment with the work's format and apparatus, and he worked closely with Holland on the 1610 translation. In spite of the author's collaboration, however, the translation is often inaccurate and takes liberties with the material, and for this reason is regarded as inferior to Edmund Gibson's translation of 1695. By 1607, the year of its last Latin edition in Camden's lifetime, published in folio and containing an index, maps by Saxton and Norden, and engravings of coins, monuments, and topographical sites, it had evolved into an impressive and editorially sophisticated work of scholarship" (Oxford DNB).

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        Pictura loquens

      First edition, rare, illustrated with a frontispiece and 61 figures.Bound in full brown sheepskin. Back to nerves decorated, roulette and tail head. Part of title in red morocco. 3 corners bumped. Good copy, a nice freshness.The book contains two pages on a literary text and its interpretation by Smids, and a figure depicting a mythological episode by Schoonebeek (alceste, Hercules, Medea, Oedipus ...). The latter was a student of Roman Hoogue whose influence is clearly visible. The book is one of the jewels of baroque illustrated book with La Fontaine by Romain de Hooghe. Ex officina Hadriani Schoonebeek. Amstelaedami (Amsterdam) In-12 (9x16cm) relié

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        Geesteliken Hooningraat van eenen gesturve zijnde Een versameling van eenige stichtelike Predikatie over verscheyde stoffe. Waar by gevoegt is De Vaste Hoope van een Geloovige staande op zijn vertrek na zijn Eewig huis.

      Rotterdam, Reinier van Doesburg 1695. (40) 594 (5) p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (zeldzaam werkje van Saldenus met 16 preken, pag. 235-240 rechtsonder in de hoek heel klein gedeelte tekst 2x1 cm. in kopie toegevoegd, SGT S-35).

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        Sermons sur les plus importantes matières de la morale chrétienne ( 7 VOLUMES)

      Charles Robustel 1695 - In 12, belles reliures plein veau. Très beaux ouvrages de bibliothèque. Plats lisses, coiffes ornées de fleurons, certains tomes ont le mors fendus ou frottées, intérieur frais, état d'usage très correct compte tenu de l'ancienneté des ouvrages. Un des tomes a desu de ses pages qui se détachent. Tome 1 de la Pénitence - Tome 2 De l'énormité, & des châtimens du Peché - Tome 3 Des vertus des vices , & premierement des Devoirs envers Dieu - Tome IV Suite des Devoirs envers Dieu, & des devoirs envers le prochain - Tome VI Des Moïens de satisfaire à la Justice de Dieu - Tome VII De la communion - Tome VIII des discours 672/559/593/567/580/276/481 pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An essay on the memory of the late Queen. By Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum

      London : printed for Ric. Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCXCV. [1695], 1695, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy in the original, full aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with the title blocked direct and gilt; very impressively finished. Spine compartments ruled and tooled in blind. Remains an uncommonly good example; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 197 pages; Physical desc.: 197, [3] p. : port. (metal cut) ; 8°. Subject: Mary II,Queen of England, 1662-1694 - Early works to 1800. Queens - England and Wales - Early works to 1800. Referenced by; ESTC citation no.: R215363. The portrait of Queen Mary is signed: R. White sculp.

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        Das grosse und Vollständige anfangs Siebmacherische, hernach Fürstische und Helmerische, nun aber Weigelische Wappen-Buch in Sechs Theilen, in welchem Aller Hohen Potentaten (...) Wappen, Schilde, Helme und Kleinodien, an der Zahl 14767 in Kupfer-Tafeln vorgebildet enthalten, nebst hierzu dienlichen Registern, Und einer Vorrede Johann David Köhlers. 6 Tle. u. Zusatz bzw. Anhang zu Teil 5 u. 6 in 2 Bdn. Nürnberg, Christoph Weigel Wwe. ("gedruckt bey Lorenz Bieling"), 1734. Fol. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 5 gest. Zwischentiteln, 1 gest. Titelvign., 2 Textkupfern u. 629 Tafeln mit Wappendarstellungen. Schlichte neuere (Mitte 20. Jahrhundert) Lederbde. mit gedruckten Papierrückenschildern; etw. bestoßen u. beschabt.

      . . Ebert 21198.- Die, laut Vorwort, siebte Auflage des berühmten Wappenbuchs; vollständig, innen gut erhalten und sauber (vielleicht etwas gereinigt). Alle Zwischentitel sind am rechten Rand verstärkt, damit sie leichter gefunden werden können, 2 Tafeln wurden ordentlich teilkoloriert, 1 Wappen wurde in Federzeichnung auf einer leeren Blatthälfte ergänzt. Vorgebunden wurden (nicht zur Ausgabe gehörig) der Drucktitel zur Ausgabe bei Fürst (Nürnberg 1695) mit zwei Kupfertafeln ("biblische" Wappen). Die später erschienenen, bei Ebert genannten, Supplemente sind hier nicht vorhanden. - Kollation: I. Frontispiz, Drucktit. mit Vign., 11 Bl. Drucktext, 117 Bl. (Wappen). - II. Gest. Zwischentit., gedr. Zwischentit., 7 Bl. Drucktext, 84 Bl. (Wappen). - III. Gest. Zwischentit., gedr. Zwischentit., 9 Bl. Drucktext, 102 Bl. (Wappen). - IV. Gest. Zwischentit., gedr. Zwischentit., 5 Bl. Drucktext, 101 Bl. (Wappen). - V. Gest. Zwischentit., gedr. Zwischentit., 4 Bl- Drucktext, 161 Bl. (Wappen); Zusatz: Drucktit., 32 Bl. (Wappen). - VI. Drucktitel, 1 Bl. Drucktext, 25 Bl. (Wappen); Anhang: Zwischentitel., 6 Bl. (Wappen). - Generalregister 34 Bl. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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        Discorsi Accademici di Anton Maria Salvini Gentiluomo Fiorentino Lettore di Lettere Greche nello Studio di Firenze e Accademico della Crusca. Sopra alcuni dubbi proposti nellAccademia degli Apatisti. All Illustrissimo Sig. Francesco Redi .

      Giuseppe Manni 1695. Head and Tail Engraved Pieces Plus Illuminated Letters. pp XIV - 442 (2). Bound in C18 full leather with five raised bands and gilt lettered label. CONDITION: corners bumped, light scuffing, front cover hinges cracked at top and bottom (but holding firm and tight). Very clean and attractive copy.

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        Cautio Criminalis, Seu de processibus contra sagas Liber, Magistratibus Germaniae hoc tempore summe necessarius, praeprimis Consiliariis & Confessariis Principum, Inquisitoribus, Judicibus, Advocatis Confessioribus Rearum, Concionatoribus, aliisque lectu utilissimus.

      Solisbaci, Sumpt. Martini Endt (Solisbacum / Sulzbach, Martinus Endterus/ Martin Endter), 1695.. 10 Bl., 407/(1) S. (vollständig / kollationiert), 12°., (ca. 13,5 x 8,5 cm), etwas späterer Ledereinband,. Einband etwas berieben, Titelblatt mit altem Stempel und etwas fleckig, Papier altersbedingt etwas gebräunt und teils mit kleinem alten Wasserrand, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, Text in Latein,

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        Diaeta Literatorum indultu Magnifici ac Gratiosi Ordinis Asclepiadei, sub tutela Georgii Wolfgangi Wedelii. Editio quarta cum Additamentis Paradoxis. Ienae, Iohann. Bielckium, 1695. RELIE AVEC (en tête): 2). WEDEL (Georg Wolfgang). Aphorismi Aphorismorum id est Aphorismi Hippocratis in Porismata resolutis, ut et Mens textus et Usus facilé patere queat. Ienae, Ioannis Bielki, 1695.

      - 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-12. 1). 112pp. 2). 24ff. 362pp. Plein parchemin à recouvrements (Reliure de l'époque). I). Quatrième édition en partie originale (Ière: 1674) de cette dissertation consacrée à l'alimentation (repas, boissons), aux lieux d'habitation et aux règles de vie (sommeil, exercice physique, etc.) favorables aux professions intellectuelles (écrivains, professeurs, étudiants, etc.). Cet ouvrage avait été présenté sous la présidence du médecin et chimiste allemand Georg Wolfgang Wedel (1645-1721). 2). Edition Originale des commentaires de Wedel sur les Aphorismes d'Hippocrate. Très bon exemplaire (des rousseurs). 1). Krivasky, 12735. 2). Welcome III, 274. Krivasky, 12648. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Report Containing an Essay for the Amendment of the Silver Coins

      London: Printed by Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd; Printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty,, 1695. Octavo (191 x 117 mm). Contemporary speckled calf, blind-tooled panel on sides, decorative gilt spine, red speckled edges. Woodblock historiated capitals. Joints rubbed, closed tears to E6 and G3. A clean, tall copy in an attractive period binding. First edition. William Lowndes (1652?-1724) was Secretary to the Treasury under William III and Queen Anne, from 1695 to 1723. In his report to the Lords of the Treasury Lowndes proposed an increase in the mint price of silver coins. John Locke opposed his project in his essay entitled Further Considerations concerning the Raising the Value of Money (1695). Locke's views were adopted by government and the recoinage on the old standard was carried on.

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        Historiste Striffter Och Sannfardige Berattelser Om Konungen Aff Macedonie Alexandri Then Stores

      Stockholm: Henrich Keyser, 1695. Book. Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st edn, rubricated tp + following 5pps, (18) + 616pps, many and various marks in ink on fep and few other pages of interest, sprache: Swedish translation by Johannes Sylvius--history of Alexander of Macedonia, all leather binding, small 8vo, well worn especially along spine with small portion missing..

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        Land-, Stadt- und Haus-Artzney-Buch. In welchem angezeigt und erwiesen wird, wie man denjenigen Kranckheitn, welche ein gantzes Land oder mehr Oerther anstecken... als da seyn: Die Pest, Pestilenzial- und Petechialische Fieber, Ungarische Kranckheit, rothe Ruhr, Kinds-Blattern etc. so wohl durch geringe als kostbare Mittel Widerstand thun könne. Samt einer Chronick aller denckwürdigen Pesten.

      Nürnberg, J. C. Lochner, 1695.. 12 Bll., 720 (recte 716) S., 16 Bll. (Register). 1 Kupferporträt von Ph. Kilian, 2 (1 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 4°. Mod. Pgmt. unter Verwendung von altem Material (fleckig und etw. gebräunt).. Erste Ausgabe des medizinischen Hauptwerkes des bedeutendsten steirischen Artzes des 17. Jahrhunderts. - VD17, 23:292787T. Krivatsy 6718. Wellcome III, 467. Waller 5648 (Ausg. 1705). - Adam Lebaldt von Lebenwaldt (1624 - 1696) praktizierte in Graz, seit 1655 als Leibarzt des Abts und Hausarzt des Stifts Admont. Anschließend Landschaftsarzt des Enns- und Paltentals, lebte er seit 1674 auf seinem Gut Stibichhof bei Trofaiach. 1679 krönte ihn die Universität zum Poeta laureatus. Nach dem Verkauf seines Guts 1686 setzte er seine wissenschaftlichen Studien, vom kaiserlichen Hof und vom Erzbischof von Salzburg unterstützt, in Leoben fort. Lebenwaldt schrieb medizinische Bücher, darunter sein medizinisches Hauptwerk "Land-Stadt- Und Hauß-Arztney-Buch" (1695), in dem er die vermutlich umfassendste Darstellung der Pest gab, die während des 17. Jahrhunderts erschien. Dieses Werk enthält neben der wohl besten Epidemiologie des späten 17. Jahrhunderts mit dem Schwerpunkt auf der Pest, detaillierte Vorschläge zur Hygiene sowie eine Geschicte der Pest. - Mit der öfters fehlenden Kupfertafel mit dem Wappen des Autors. Das gefaltete Kupfer zeigt ein Seuchenkrankenhaus. - Etw gebräunt und stellenw. etw. fleckig. Titel auf altem Papier fachmännisch aufgezogen und mit ca. 1,5 cm großer Fehlstelle im unteren Rand (minimaler Buchstabenverlust).

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        The Works of The Learned and Pious Author of The Whole Duty of Man. The Third Impression.

      The Theatre, Oxford, Roger Norton, Edward Pawlett 1695 - Large, approz 10 x 15 inches. In brown full-calf leather with embossed decoration to front and rear, raised bands and gilt to spine. Red page edging. With engraved title and frontis peices. In very good condition. Leather to cover obv. with rubbing to edges and corners, corners bumped, hinges cracked but not loose. Chips to ends of spine and rear boards. Inside some mild foxing to preface else pages clean tight and bright.

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        [Sammelband of Seven Dutch Sermons]: Weeklachte der heyligen, over Psalm XII: 2... [with] Het gelukzalig en vreedzaem uiteinde... [with] Een leraar in de heerlykheit...[with] De zalige rust... [with] Het opschrift van Hiskias danklied... [with] De bepaalde kortheid en algemeene ydelheid van 's menschen leven...[with] Drie onder vindelyke brieven

      Rotterdam; Amsterdam: Joan Borstius... Van Doesburg... Beman... Kentlink... Gilst; Losel ... Bosch, 1695, 1724, 1729, 1732, 1750, 1759. Vellum. A very good copy with soiled spine and boards, multiple owners' names on preliminaries, 5 leaves soiled along bottom edge, a few with tiny chips or small tears. Sm. 8vo. 1. Eversdyk, Wilhelmus. Weeklachte der heyligen, over Psalm XII: 2. Opgestelt by gelegentheyt, van het droevigh, en ontijdigh afsterven, der voortreffelijkste en grootmachtigste princesse Maria Stuart, koningiune door Gods genade van Engeland... Rotterdam, Joan Borstius, 1695. [6], 23 pp. Title vignette; initials; head and tail pieces. 2. Eversdijk, Wilhelmus. Het gelukzalig en vreedzaem uiteinde van den vromen en oprechten ... by gelegenheit van het droeving, doch zalig afsterven van ... Petrus Dinant, laetst bedienaer des h. euangeliums te Rotterdam, aldaer in den Heere ontslapen op zondagh den 20sten, begraven den 25sten, en met een lykreden vereert den 27sten in augustus 1724. Rotterdam: Johan van Doesburg, en Jan Daniel Beman, 1724. [4], 31, [21] pp. Sermon on the death of Petrus Dinant. Includes Latin verses on Dinant by J. Jensius and Joan. Fred. Reitz; and Dutch verses by Korn. van Arkel, M.V. Lankeren, Petronella Fenema, Lukas Burgvliet, J. van Wyck, Gozewyn Loncq, and Johan van Doesburg. 3. Henghel, Daniel van. Een leraar in de heerlykheit, vertoont uit Daniel XII: 3. Op het godzalig afsterven van den wel eerwaarden, godvrugtigen, en hooggeleerden here Wilhelmus Eversdyk. Rotterdam, By Jan Daniel Beman, 1729. [14], 42, [15] pp. Title vignette; initials; head and tail pieces. Funeral sermon. Includes poems and epitaphs by Michiel van Kouwenhoven, John Doesburg, M. Oudenaerde, Luke Henricus Burg Vliet Ravesteyn. 4. Kemp, Cornelius van der. De zalige rust der vrienden Godts, aangetoont in Lazarus doodtslaap, over Joh. XI:11: En toegepast op het godvrugtig afsterven van den ... heere Gerardus Schorrenburg. Rotterdam: by Hermanus Kentlink, en Pieter van Gilst ..., 1732. [8], 32, [16] pp. 5. Kemp, Cornelius van der. Het opschrift van Hiskias danklied, uit Jezaia XXXVIII: 9. tot een gedenkteeken in des Heeren tempel opgehangen. Rotterdam: Philippus Losel, en Jacobus Bosch, 1750. [4], 41, [16] pp. 6. Kemp, Cornelius van der. De bepaalde kortheid en algemeene ydelheid van 's menschen leven, aangewezen in eene kerkrede over Psalm XXXIX: 6: by gelegenheid van het ontydig afsterven van hare koninglyke hoogheid Anna, kroon-princesse van Groot-Brittannien... ontslapen den 12 van Louwmaand, en hoog-statelyk begraven den 23 van Sprokkelmaand, 1759, uitgesproken den 27 daar aan volgende, op dingsdag avond in de Groote Kerk. Rotterdam: Philippus Losel en Jacobus Bosch, 1759. [4], 47 pp. 7. Kemp, Johannes van der. Drie ondervindelyke brieven, de eerste geschreven aan zekere vriendinne, by wyze van bestieringe over deze vier hoofdzaken, I. In opzicht van de rechtvaardigmakinge. II. Van de werking des geloofs. III. In opsicht van een chirstens staat en gestalte. IV. Van 't gebruik dan men van Christus in alle gevallen te maken heeft. De andere twee yder aan byzondere persoonen, waar van de eerste handelt van de verzekering, die een geloovige hebben kan; van zyne genadenstaat; hoe verre die gaat; waar door die verhindert, en op wat voor wyze verkregen en bevestig wordt. De tweede spreekt van het vertrouwen op godt, ook in lichamelyke gelegentheden. t'Amsterdam: in Compagnie, (n.d., 1700s). 44 pp. Seven uncommon sermons held by from two to six libraries according to OCLC. Provenance: H. Beeuwkes, to C. J, Beeuwkes, to Alexander H. G. Schultz.

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        MEMORIAL del Pleito que litiga el Cabildo de Canónigos Reales de la Santa Iglesia y Real Casa de Nuestra Señora de Ronces-Valles, y su Hospital General del Reino de Navarra con el Licenciado D. Juan Antonio Portal de Huarte, Superior y Canónigo de la misma Iglesia, y Comendador de la Encomienda de Vrdiarbe, consistente en Francia. Sobre la propiedad de dicha Encomienda.

      El 17 de septiembre de 1695 - Materia: Libro de la segunda mitad del siglo XVII. Religión - Derecho - Litigio. Descripción: 21.5 x 28 cm. Folio 28cm. Página 1 Frontispicio contiene el título del Memorial. Páginas 2 a 49 texto impreso en Latín y en español. Página 50 muestra errata en el texto. Estado de conservación: Muy buen estado, sin encuadernar. Notas: Litiga el Cabildo de Canónigos Reales de la Santa Iglesia y Real Casa de Nuestra Señora de Ronces-Valles, y su Hospital General del Reino de Navarra con el Licenciado D. Juan Antonio Portal de Huarte, Superior y Canónigo de la misma Iglesia, y Comendador de la Encomienda de Vrdiarbe, consistente en Francia. Sobre la propiedad de dicha Encomienda. El Cabildo pretende que los frutos y rentas de dicha Encomienda de Vrdiarbe se deben dividir en tres partes iguales: una parte para el Prior, otra para el Hospital y la tercera para el Cabildo. Y por el contrario, el dicho Don Juan Antonio Portal, pretende que se le ha de absolver, y dar por libre de la referida pretensión, declarando no deberle tripartir los frutos de dicha Encomienda. Otros datos: Firma en la página 49, el notario, Licenciado Don Manuel de Zarandona.

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        VICTORIA PUBLICA.

      "A three-quarter length male figure in profile towards the left, lighting a firework rocket; at left a boy holding a torch, at right another holding more rockets and a male figure looking upon them. Signed lower lef: 'C. Dusart inv. J. Gole Ex. Amstelodami / cum Privilegio Ord. Holl et West Frisiæ'; title 'VICTORIA PUBLICA'; poem signed 'A. Bogaart': 'Als de vuurpyl kust de wolken [...] Dat hem God noch lang bewaard'. 1695 ca., Hollstein 92"."Mezzotint, rimmed margins; total 250 x 182 mm PG013"

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        Le Royaume de Portugal et des Algarves...

      Paris ca. 1695. Karte zeigt gesamt Portugal mit 2 prachtvollen Kartouchen, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 76 x 55. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Camden’s Britannia, Newly Translated into English: With Large Additions and Improvements Publish’d by Edmund Gibson

      London: Printed by F. Collins, for A. Swalle,... and A. & J. Churchil, 1695. (15" x 9½"). Pp. [xxxiv], cxcvi col. (ie. 98 pp.), [2], 1116 col. (ie. 558 pp.), [1], [xliv]. Text printed and numbered in double columns, with woodcut initials, textual woodcuts and copper engravings. Engraved frontis portrait of Camden by R. White, 9 engraved plates of coins and antiquities, and 50 double-page engraved maps (3 folding) by Robert Morden. 19th century marbled boards, corners renewed, modern calf spine with gilt ornaments and roll tooling between six raised bands, marbled endpapers. Covers rubbed on surfaces and at extremities, one folding map repaired, one folding map bound upside down, two coin plates with 2 short closed tears and 1 small open tear (paper flaw?), old armorial bookplate of John Speed Frowd, with his signature on title page, rear endpapers with extensive annotations in old hand, but on the whole, an exceptionally clean bright copy internally, in an attractively restored binding. The first edition of Camden?'s "Britannia" translated and edited by Edmund Gibson [1669-1748], Bishop of London, and the first to contain the maps of Robert Morden [d. 1703], considered to be the finest county maps of the period. Camden?'s great topographical and historical description of England was first published in Latin in 1586. Several editions appeared thereafter, incorporating new material as well as maps and plates. The first English translation by Philemon Holland did not appear until 1610. Gibson published the present edition "with large additions and improvements" in 1695, with a second enlarged edition appearing in two volumes in 1722. In the preparation of this work he was ably assisted by William Lloyd, John Smith, and other prominent English antiquaries. The last translation was by Richard Gough, issued in three folio volumes in 1789, with a later expanded edition in 1806. A work of prodigious labour and scholarship, Camden?'s "Britannia" surveyed the topography, history, and archaeology of the British Isles, county by county , tracing the development of its inhabitants from Roman times through the Norman period. In its critical handling of literary sources, together with its vast scope and enormous wealth of detail, it provided the material and inspiration for English antiquarian studies for centuries after. Wing C359. Lowndes I 357. PMM 101.. Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio.

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        Geheime historie der twee gebroeders Karel en Jakob de Tweede, Koningen van Engeland.

      Rotterdam; 1695 - ; Pieter vander Slaart; gilt stamped leather with raised bands; gilt stamped weapen on front side; [16}, 326, [8] ppWith poem of Pieter Rabus and J. Oudaan. Most important work of Pieter Rabus (1660-1702) was 'De Boekzaal van Europe'. He had many connections in the Mennonite communities like Oudaen, Van Hoogstraten, Gerard Brandt and De Haes (ref.: Peter Rietbergen). Upper and lower side of joint with small tear. Anyway very nice copy. This work is very seldom offered! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Camden's Britannia, Newly Translated into English: with large additions and improvements Translated by Edmund Gibson

      London: F. Collins for A. Smalle, 1695. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary calf worn will old repairs, corners rounded, neatly rebacked in calf with added endpapers. The first edition of Gibson's translation - the original Latin edition first appeared in 1586 ("If Camden was not the first English historian. topographer and antiquarian, he was certainly the first to relate the three studies...It was the revolutionary subject matter, and its even more revolutionary treatment of the subject, which made it at once the vehicle and the model for research in all three subjects for the next two hundred and fifty years." PMM 101). With a frontis portrait, 50 maps, and 9 plates as well as in text illustration of inscriptions, coins, and monuments (including two attractive engravings of Stonehenge). A few of the maps with small tears at the center fold, a few starting to split at the bottom near the center, one folding map lacking a portion of the bottom (blank) margin, another folding map with a small tear at the center fold and an old paper repair to the verso - most of the maps clean and unmarked. Scattered minor marginal tears to text pages, not touching any text, scattered minor stains - a clean and very good copy overall. (xxxiv)pp, 1116 columns, (44)pp. Size: Folio. Previous owner's book-plate on endpaper. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: History; Geography & Maps. Inventory No: 045198.

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        VOYAGES DE L’EMPEREUR DE LA CHINE DANS LA TARTARIE Ausquels on a joint une nouvelle découverte au Mexique.

      Paris, chez Etienne Michallet, 1695. In-24 gr. (mm. 143x80), p. pelle bazana coeva, dorso a cordoni (picc. manc.) con decoraz. e tit. oro, pp. (8),110, ornato da delicate testatine e capilett. silografati. Dedica al Re Luigi XIV, noto per il suo interesse per il Nord America. Il volume raccoglie due lunghe lettere del Padre gesuita Verbiest in cui descrive il suo viaggio nella Tartaria (Orientale e Occidentale, 1682-83) al seguito dell?'Imperatore cinese Kang-hi, unitamente alla "Nouvelle descente des Espagnols dans l?'isle de Californie, l?'an 1683", primo resoconto del mancato tentativo da parte dell?'Ammiraglio Isidro de Atondo y Antillòn e del missionario Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino, di stabilire una colonia spagnola in California, nella baia di La Paz. "Seconda edizione" di questa rara opera (la prima è del 1685). Cfr. The Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages,1771: ?"La Nouvelle descente des Espagnols.. is a faithful translation of the rare ?'Relaciòn puntual de la entrada del almirante Isidro de Atondo y Antillòn a la grande Isla de la California, este ano de 1683?'.?" ?"Ferdinand Verbiest, missionario gesuita, matematico e sinologo (Fiandre 1632 - Pechino 1688). Inviato in Cina vi lavorò per più di 30 anni rendendosi benemerito non solo nelle scienze esatte ma anche nel sostenere e propagare la fede cristiana. Onoratissimo dall?'imperatore Kang-hi, pubblicò vari scritti scientifici, soprattutto astronomici?". Così Diz. Treccani,XII, p. 699. Esemplare ben conservato.

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        Eleazar Wigan Writing Mr. At the Hand and Pen on Great Tower Hill. London

      London 1695 - Broadside, folio, engraved by John.Sturt after John Closterman, fine copy neatly tipped one edge onto backing sheet. An exceedingly rare 17th Century trade advert. Eleazar Wigan (fl 1695) was a writing master in London. His only published work was "Practical Arithmetic"

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        Nutzliche und sehr Gelehrte Zeit-Vertreibung, Von Allerhand Unterweisungen, Geistlich, Sittlich und Weltlich: Worinnen viel Text der H. Schrifft erkläret, lustige Fragen erörtert, alte Gebräuch erholet, [...] 2 Bände in 1.

      Augspurg Quirini Heyl / Heinrich Stretter 1695/96. dem Alter entsprechend g.e. Priv.Llnbd. (das erste mahl in Druck gegeben) Format: 8°. [...] grosse Wunder-Ding und seltzame Historien erzehlet werden. Allen Gelehrten, Geistlich- und Weltlichen Stands sehr nutzlich und annehmlich, weilen solche mit ihrer Mannigfaltigkeit der Materien den fürwitzigen Leser locken, nicht lang aufhalten, nicht leer von sich lassen, sondern zu jedem Gespräch fertig machen. Mit 2 gestochenen Portraits; tw. leicht stock- bzw. wasserfleckig, Vorbesvermerk, in Bd.1 eine Lage (280-288) doppelt; Zuschrifft (3 Bll.), 439 pp., Begriff der Kapitel (14 Bll.); Zuschrifft (2 Bll.), 520 pp., Begriff der Kapitel (2 Bll.)

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        Ad Jus Feudale Utrumque Germanicum et Longobardicum Introductio.

      1695 - By A Pioneering Scholar of Comparative Law And Legal History Schilter, Johann [1632-1705]. Ad Jus Feudale Utrumque Germanicum et Longobardicum Introductio seu Institutiones ex Genuinis Principiis Succincte Concinnatae, Et ad Fori Feudalis Hodierni Usum Directa. Strassburg: Sumptibus Jo. Friderici Spoor, 1695. [xvi], 108, [2] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 3-1/2). Contemporary (or near-contemporary) three-quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece. Wear to spine ends, corners bumped and lightly worn. Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light browning, occasional light foxing. Early owner signature to front free endpaper, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. Derived in part from Roman models but otherwise based on Germanic law, the Lombard Laws were introduced by the Lombard kings after their conquest of Italy in 568CE. It was a successful system that became more sophisticated during the following decades, especially after the union of the Lombards with the Frankish kingdom. This body of law was a decisive influence in Italian law and legal study into the seventeenth century and did not wholly disappear until the introduction of French-based codes in the nineteenth century. Schilter, a Ratskonsulent in Frankfurt and professor of law at the University of Strassburg, was a sophisticated jurist and a pioneering scholar of comparative law and legal history. The ground-breaking Ad Jus Feudale was one of the first modern studies of its kind. A standard work, it went through nine editions by 1750. OCLC locates 1 copy of the 1695 edition in a North American library (Harvard Law School). Stintzing/Landesberg, Geschichte der Deutschen Rechtswissenschaft III:1, n. 35. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ORATIONES. Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Cum eiusdem animadversionibus, et notis integris Francisci Hottomanni, ... Tomi I Pars I; Tomi I Pars II; Tomi II Pars I; Tomi II Pars II; Tomi III Pars I; Tomi III Pars II. Amstelodami, Ex Typographia P.&I. Blaeu, 1695 - 1699.

      Sei voll. in 8° (cm.19,8) antip. inc. in rame al primo vol. e, complessivamente, oltre 4000 pagine numerate. Inoltre, alla fine di ciascun volume, seguono alcune centinaia di pagine con numerazione propria, contenenti il "Commentarii Paulli Manutii in Tullii Cicerones Orationes" Solida, uniforme legatura in piena pelle coeva, dorso a sei scomp. con doppio tassello in rosso e verde, tit. in oro e decorato a piccoli ferri. Piatti inquadrati da duplice filetto in oro. Tagli colorati in rosso. Cuffie sup. danneggiate o mancanti, qualche macchia e spellatura ai piatti. Interni nitidi e ben conservati. I sei volumi delle Orazioni, che qui presentiamo, fanno parte dell'Opera Omnia pubblicata ad Amsterdam dagli Elzeviers e da Blaeu tra il 1684 ed il 1699 in 21 voll. in 8°. Graesse, tomo II, pag.157

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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

      London: Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins [etc.], 1695. Contemporary unlettered reverse calf, the joints cracking but firm, one margin repaired, yet an especially clean, bright and desirable copy 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

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        Histoire Des Revolutions De Suede : Ou L'On Voit Les Changemens Qui Sont Arrivez Dans Ce Royaume Au Sujet De La Religion & Du Gouvernement

      A Paris : Chez Michel Brunet, A L'Entree De La Grand' Salle Du Palais, Au Mercure Galant, 1695, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy in the original gilt-blocked full leather. Raised bands with spine compartments tooled uniformly in gilt. Panel edges somewhat dulled and dust-toned as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical desc. : 2v. Bound in 1, plate (folding) : map. Each vol. Has a separate index. The epistre to vol. 1 is signed L. D. V. Title page to vol. 1 in red and black. Subject: Sweden - History - 1397-1523 - Early works to 1800. Gustav I Vasa, 1523-1560

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        Amerique Septentrionale Divisée en ses Principales Parties

      Paris 1695 - Copper-engraved map, period hand-colouring in outline. Beautifully engraved map of North America, here in the rare first state with California as an island. Although similarly titled to Jaillot's earlier map of 1674, this map is on a slightly smaller scale. Like Jaillot's earlier map, however, it is beautifully engraved and based on the mappings by Sanson. "The attractive title cartouche engraved by C. Simmoneau is adorned with two tropical birds" (Burden). Although Burden cites the first issue as having no date in the top right cartouche enclosing the scale of miles, close inspection reveals the date to have been abraided off. On the present copy, which includes a contemporary manuscript dating of 1695 in the title cartouche, the date "16 - -" appears in the upper right cartouche, with the terminal digits abraided off. Subsequent issues would add a title below Jaillot's name and amend the mapping of the region to reflect changing boundaries and the creation of colonies. The map would be reissued with such changes until the end of the 18th century. The first and early issues, however, are scarce. Burden, The Mapping of North America II: 709; McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island 101; McCorkle, New England in Early Printed Maps 695.5; Tooley, "California as an Island," 38 in Tooley, The Mapping of America.

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        Map / Chart- Environs of Vienna, Austria): Plan de la Ville De Vienne en Austriche et Ses Environs

      Jaillot, Paris 1695 - VG, with only flaw some dampstaining at lower margin with expert verso paper reinforcement, not affecting main image (would mat well). Centerfold as issued; hand-colored. A very uncommon and attractive plate, with a small walled city view (birds-eye) of Vienna, with all surrounding villages (castles) marked. A nice image of the Danube is central here. Jaillot was originally a sculptor (see Moreland & Bannister: Antique Maps). The copperplate image is 18x25.5 inches.

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        Sialographia et ductuum aquosorum anatome nova. Accedit defensio ductuum aquosorum nec non fons salivalis novus, hactenus non descriptus.

      - Lugduni Batavorum, Apud Jordanum Luchtmans, 1695, 8°, Frontispiece, (1), 158, (14) pp, 6 gefaltete Kupferstichtafeln, im Halbledereinband im Stil der Zeit; feines Exemplar. Second Edition! - Antonj Nuck (1650-1692), was also often called Antonius Nuck van Leiden, after his native city. He commenced his medical studies in Harderwyjk, but changed to Leiden where he received his doctorate in 1677 with the dissertation diabetes. He then settled as a practitioner in Delft. In 1683 he was called to Den Haag as a lecturer of anatomy at the Collegium anatomicum chirurgicum, working there as a teacher of anatomy before eventually returning to Leiden, where he was appointed to the chair of medicine and anatomy. His excellent theoretical lecturing, but even more his practical-anatomical teaching soon earned him a reputation that attracted students even from far away to Leiden. Besides anatomy, physiology was Nuck's most important field of research. Besides anatomy, physiology was Nuck's most important field of research. He did his most important work in investigating the lymphatics and glands, in which he used the injection technique much as Ruysch had done with blood vessels. - "Sialographia contains some of Nuck's best work on glands and ducts, particularly the salivaries and tear ducts. The six large engraved folding plates were drawn by Nuck". Heirs of Hippocrates No. 673 (1st. Ed.1690) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GLORIOUS REVOLUTION. ABDICATION OF JAMES II]. The debate at large, between the House of Lords and House of Commons, at the free conference, held in the Painted Chamber, in the session of the convention, anno 1688. Relating to the word, Abdicated, and the vacancy of the throne, in the Common's vote

      Printed for J. Wickins; and to be sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, London 1695 - Octavo. COLLATION: A-B4 C-F8 G-Q4, COMPLETE. [2], 19-176 pp. FIRST EDITION of these important Parliamentary debates, providing original and valuable documentation of the constitutional crisis that ensued during the Glorious Revolution of 1688. Ours appears to be the only copy currently on the market. James II of England (a.k.a. James VII of Scotland), while fleeing to France, dropped the Great Seal of the Realm into the Thames. In Parliament the question was discussed whether he had forfeited the throne or had abdicated. The present volume offers detailed arguments for the both, but ultimately the latter designation was agreed upon, and in a full assembly of the Lords and Commons, it was resolved in spite of James's protest "that King James II having endeavored to subvert the constitution of the kingdom, by breaking the original contract between king and people, and, by the advice of Jesuits and other wicked persons, having violated the fundamental laws, and having withdrawn himself out of this kingdom, has abdicated the government, and that the throne is thereby vacant." The Scottish parliament pronounced a decree of forfeiture and deposition. In our copy the imprint reads "and to be sold" (in another issue the imprint reads "and sold"). References: Wing (2nd ed.) E1288A. ESTC R14958. Provenance: the Sunderland copy (sale of the Bibliotheca Sunderlandiana, Puttick & Simpson, 1882, Fourth Portion, lot 9338) -- subsequently in the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut (with blindstamps). Very sympathetic half calf antique, marbled boards, red morocco label gilt, compartments gilt with small tools [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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.], London 1695 - Contemporary unlettered reverse calf, the joints cracking but firm, one margin repaired, yet an especially clean, bright and desirable copy 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 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        D. Caroli Ant. De Luca . Spicilegium de cessione jurium, et actionum; in quo dilapsae, & manipulares cessibilium spicae tanquam in area excussae coacervantur.

      ex typographia Caroli Porpora & Io. Dominici Petri, Napoli 1695 - post desudatam messem clarissimi, ac celeberrimi authoris d. Alphonsi deOlea. - in 8° - pp.16nn + 248 + 20nn; 12nn + 143 + 13nn - Mezza pergamena - Due volumi in un tomo - Testatine e capilettera xilografici - Marca tipografica al frontespizio - Testo stampato su 2 colonne - primo frontespizio in rosso e nero - Strappetto a pag. 97 e strappo riparato a pag. 233 - Qualche pagina lievemente brunita - Trattasi di additiones all'opera di Alfonso de Olea, Tractatus de cessione iurium & actionum - Contiene sull'ultima paginazione con proprio front.: Spicilegium geminum D. Caroli Antonii De Luca Melphictensis De cessione jurium et actionum - Libro usato [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life of Justification Opened. Or, a Treatise Grounded Upon Gal. 2.II. Wherein the Orthodox Doctrine of Justification By Faith, & Imputation of Christ's Righteousness, is Clearly Expounded.

      N.P., Utrecht [?] 1695 - Published 1695. Title Continues: ".solidly confirmed, & learnedly vindicated from the various Objections of its Adversaries. Whereunto are subjoined some Arguments against Universal Redemption". A methodical and supported explanation and defense of the doctrine of justification - that Christians are justified in God's eyes through their faith. Includes a preface by Melchior Leydecker. Full contemporary sheep with four raised spine bands, paper spine label, [12], 563, [1], with the final leaf of the index, and free endpapers, absent. Covers rubbed with chips to the spine head and corners, some craquelure-type surface cracks to the spine covering, joints good, text block sound, pages evenly age-toned and lightly foxed, name and 1743 date at head of title page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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