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        A new Method of Educating Children: or, Rules and Directions for the Well Ordering and Governing Them during Their Younger Years Shewing that they are capable, at the Age of Three Years, to be caused to learn Languages, and most Arts and Sciences - also, what method is to be used by breeding women -

      London: Printed for J. Salisbury, at the Rising-Sun in Cornhill and J. Harris, at the Harrow, in the Poultrey, 1695. First edition. 12mo. Title printed within double rule. [8], 102, [10] pp. At foot of title page: Price bound one shilling. Bound in full brown goatskin grained as sheep, boards ruled in blind (preserving the original lower cover), spine titled in gilt, title-page and following leaf have been inlaid at edges, restoration to outer rule at head of title, margins of last leaf repaired, expertly conserved. Wing T3190; OCLC 14560949 . A very scarce little tract by the amazing and entirely self-educated Tryon (1634-1703), the "Pythagorean," vegetarian, mystic and practical philsopher who has often been compared to his admirer Benjamin Franklin, who himself was greatly impressed in his youth by Tryon's WAY TO HEALTH. "- [Franklin] became in his day a 'Tryonist'; nor is it in any degree fanciful to discover a marked likeness between the style of Franklin and the quaint moralising of Tryon, though there is in the latter a vein of mystical piety to which 'Poor Richard,' with all his virtues, is a stranger -" - DAB. Despite some peculiar notions (e.g., eating roots is to be avoided, for "by reason of their Crude and Earthy qualities, they naturally beget wind -"), Tryon's emphasis on diet rings especially modern, and his deep respect for the learning abillities of children underlies his contempt for a system of "schooling" which is based on terror and imprisonment. In his Preface, the author laments the waste of the current system of eduction in which school masters keep "Children (like Spiders in a Circle) a long time under the Terror of their Jurisdiction and Discipline, in order only to promote their own Profit and Interest -" Tryon's treatise is rare - OCLC records only a few copies in the US and the British Isles, with only two copies at auction in the past thirty years

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        ROMA VETUS AC RECENS utriusque aedificis illustrata in multis locis aucta, castigatior reddita, indice locupletissimo, et figuris aeneis illustrata. Editio ultima.

      Jansonio,, Amsterdam, 1695 - gr. vol. in-4, ccnn 7, 356, 20, bella leg. p. perg. coeva con 5 nervi al d. e tit. mss. Belliss. antip. inc. in rame e firmato dall'A. Vignetta in rame al front. a due colori. Con molte figg. n.t. e 91 tavv. splendidamente inchiostrate e inc. in rame e altre 4 ripiegate tra cui la gr. pianta di Roma e suoi dintorni. Schudt 742. Splendido esempl. [486]

      [Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico]
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        Roma Vetus Ac Recens Utriusque Aedificiis Illustrata In multis locis Aucta, castigatior reddita, indice locupletißimo, & Figuris Aeneis illustrata. Ed Ultima.,

      Amsterdam, Janssonius-Waesbergius & J. Wolters 1695. - Georgi 1,385. DeBacker-S. III,133. Thieme-B. 1,167 - eindrucksvolle Rom-Monographie, verfasst v. Alessandro D.(1584-1640), mit kunstvollen informativen Kupfern in kräftigen Abzügen. Die Kupfertafeln großt. mit Abbildungen antiker Bauwerke bzw. Ruinen, teilw. mit zeitgenössischer figürlicher Staffage. Enthält auch e. mehrf. gef. Plan v. Rom u. e. gef. Abbildung d. Kapitols (Ant. Alamannus del.). Aus d. berühmten Bibliothek d. Wiener Germanisten u. Historikers Theodor v. Karajan (1810-1873). 4°. Gest. Frontisp., Titelbl., 4 nn. Bll., 1 mehrf. gef. gest. Taf., 356 S., mit 89 gest. Taf. (dav. 3 gef.), 10 nn. Bll. (Index), Titelblatt in rot u. schwarz, mit e. Titelblattvignette, 30 gestochenen Textillustrationen u. e. gestochenen Tabelle am Rand v. Seite 91. Imitated parchment binding with mit handschriftlicher Rückenbeschriftung, Buchschnitt rotgesprenkelt, Einband gut erhalten, etw. fleckig, vorderer Einbanddeckel gering gelockert, mit Wurmgängen im hinteren Innengelenk. Seiten u. Tafeln fast weiß u. nur geringfügig fleckig. Unbedeutender Eckausschnitt vom unteren Rand d. Titelblattes. Mit e. Ex Libris (Lithographie) am vorderen Spiegel (Ex Bibliotheca Theodori Karajan).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Roma Vetus Ac Recens Utriusque Aedificiis Illustrata In multis locis Aucta, castigatior reddita, indice locupletißimo, & Figuris Aeneis illustrata. Ed Ultima.

      Amsterdam, Janssonius-Waesbergius & J. Wolters 1695.. 4°. Gest. Frontisp., Titelbl., 4 nn. Bll., 1 mehrf. gef. gest. Taf., 356 S., mit 89 gest. Taf. (dav. 3 gef.), 10 nn. Bll. (Index), Titelblatt in rot u. schwarz, mit e. Titelblattvignette, 30 gestochenen Textillustrationen u. e. gestochenen Tabelle am Rand v. Seite 91. Imitated parchment binding with mit handschriftlicher Rückenbeschriftung, Buchschnitt rotgesprenkelt, Einband gut erhalten, etw. fleckig, vorderer Einbanddeckel gering gelockert, mit Wurmgängen im hinteren Innengelenk. Seiten u. Tafeln fast weiß u. nur geringfügig fleckig. Unbedeutender Eckausschnitt vom unteren Rand d. Titelblattes. Mit e. Ex Libris (Lithographie) am vorderen Spiegel (Ex Bibliotheca Theodori Karajan).. Georgi 1,385. DeBacker-S. III,133. Thieme-B. 1,167 - eindrucksvolle Rom-Monographie, verfasst v. Alessandro D.(1584-1640), mit kunstvollen informativen Kupfern in kräftigen Abzügen. Die Kupfertafeln großt. mit Abbildungen antiker Bauwerke bzw. Ruinen, teilw. mit zeitgenössischer figürlicher Staffage. Enthält auch e. mehrf. gef. Plan v. Rom u. e. gef. Abbildung d. Kapitols (Ant. Alamannus del.). Aus d. berühmten Bibliothek d. Wiener Germanisten u. Historikers Theodor v. Karajan (1810-1873).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Tabul Europae Totam Italiam ob Oculos Ponens.

      1695 - Ptolomy edition circa 1695., Size : 340x485 (mm), 13.375x19.125 (Inches), Hand Colored

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        HISTOIRE DES ORDRES RELIGIEUX De l'un & de l'autre Sexe; Ou l'on voit le temps de leur Fondation, la vie en abrege, de leurs Fondateurs, & les figures de leurs Habits;-

      Amsterdam;- 1695 - Stunning chunky Crown 8vo. Superbly illustrated with engraved Titles and 235 superior engraved plates. Contemporary Calf, rebacked with later gilt-tooled calf spine. Neat small ownership stamp foot of Title-page. Contemporary marbled endpapers. Attractive contemporary Bookplate featuring a Phoenix ! A Very Good example of this Rarity ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage ou Relation de l'état présent du Royaume de Perse.

      la Veuve Mabre Cramoisi, Paris 1695 - Slightly later half calf over paper covered boards, 12mo, pp. 12, 264, 24 (index). Missing spine-label, handwritten name plus the year 1801 on preliminary blank leaf, further a clean and crisp copy throughout. Illustrated with a frontispiece, 3 full page plates, 2 folding plates and a folding map. Although not indicated on the title page, this is the second Paris edition after the first edition of 1694, however, it is the first edition to contain the folding map. Rare. Chadenat 5743. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Veue de CASALE dit de ST. VAS

      Amsterdam., c.1695. Original copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition, good margins. Size: 52.5 x 46.5 cm. A splendid panoramic view of the city and citadel of Casale, in Northern Italy, cartouche at lower left, in the foreground travellers heading to the city, past ruins. At lower right there is an inset plan of the city and its fortifications.

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        Veue de Casale dit de St Vas

      Amsterdam. c1695 - Original copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 52.5 x 46.5 cm. Fine condition, good margins, very slightly browned at edges A splendid panoramic view of the city and citadel of Casale, in Northern Italy, cartouche at lower left, in the foreground travellers heading to the city, past ruins. At lower right there is an inset plan of the city and its fortifications, with a short text about 'Casale, the capital of Montferrat whose citadel is the biggest in Italy.'

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        [Giuseppe Tortoriti] Joseph Tortoriti, faisant le personage de Scaramouche

      Augsburg: Published in Augsburg by Jeremias Wolff, 1695. This is a handsome print, with breathtaking early colour, depicting the celebrated Italian comic actor Guiseppe Tortoriti, in the character of Scaramouche Giuseppe Tortoriti, shown as Scaramouche, was usually Pasqariel, and was known by the latter name. He was one of the leading commedia dell'arte performers when Louis XIV closed the theatre in Paris in 1697 because of a supposed insult to Mme. Maintenon. Louis selected Tortoriti to form a new company, which was allowed to perform in France but not within 30 leagues of Paris. Tortoriti's troupe played mainly around Toulouse. Italian troupes did not perform in Paris again until after Louis' death. This bold print is from a colourful series of costume prints engraved and published by Jeremias Wolff at the beginning of the 18th century. The series depicts prancing figures in flamboyant theatrical costumes, and is a superb example of early costume prints. Costume and trade prints, such as this, became extremely popular in Europe at the close of the seventeenth century and continued to serve as a source of inspiration until the decadent days of the Art Deco movement in the 1920's. This magnificent series depicts the costumes of ballet dancers, and opera singers, as well as the vibrant apparel of a jester at a masque ball. As is typical of this genre of print, the figures are pictured in front of an architectural or pastoral background and richly coloured in thick opaque colour with vibrant gold highlights. The series was executed and produced by the prolific German publisher Jeremias Wolff. Wolff came from a family of engravers and became extremely successful, both as an engraver and as a publisher and printseller. He was one of the most prolific publishers and engravers in Augsburg and is responsible for some of the finest engravings to come out of the city. In addition to a number of other costume books and portraits, he was a successful map publisher and it is for his skill as a cartographic engraver that he is perhaps best known. Colas, Bibliographie General du Costume et de la Mode ; Lipperheide, Katalog der Freiherrlich von Lipperheide'schen Kostum-Bibliothek, 1896-1901. Engraving with superb early colour and rich gold highlights. Printed on watermarked laid paper. In excellent condition. Image size: 9 5/8 x 6 7/8 inches.

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        Corpus juris canonici Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. jussu editum. Gregorii Papae IX. Decretales.:

      (Leipzig). J.F. Gleditsch, 1695. - 2 Bände in 1 Band. Fol. Mit 2 gestochenen Titelvignetten, 1 gestochenen Anfangsvignette und 2 gestochenen Stammtafeln. Leder der Zeit mit Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung, (berieben, Kapitale gestaucht, kleine Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital, Vordergelenk leicht eingerissen). Nachdruck der ersten Ausgabe die 1687 in Paris erschien. - Graesse II, 274; VD17 3:621631R. - Von den Brüdern Pithou überarbeitete und von Claude Le Pelletier herausgegebene wichtige kritische Ausgabe des Kirchenrechts. - Titel in Rot und Schwarz, Text zweispaltig. - Die erste Titelvignette mit den Porträts der Brüder Pithou. - Gering gebräunt, schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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        Zeelandia Comitatus.

      Kopergravure ca. 1695 - , oud-handgekleurd. Uitgave Pieter Schenk en Ger. Valk. Keerzijde: blank. Wapen van Zeeland links bovenaan. Rechts onderaan opdracht in cartouche van Pieter Schenk aan Mr. John Bullingham of Ketton. Afmeting: 50 X 38 cm, geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.* De kaart vertoont gelijkenis met de kaart van Blaeu met vernieuwd cartouche en vakverdeling. Een fraai blad met zeer brede marges! Keerzijde blanco. Ref. Blonk 36.3.

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      - Paris, Claude Barbin, 1695. 22x29 cm. Ouvrage en 2 tomes et 2 suppléments reliés en 1 volume. 316+319+68+140+2 pages. Portrait de l'auteur en frontispice et 5 petites gravures en tête des diverses introductions. Reliure en plein parchemin, peut-être postérieure à l'ouvrage. Dos lisse portant le titre et le nom de l'auteur sur une pièce de peau de couleur orangée. Pages 297 à 304 en blanc (défaut d'impression ?). Quelques minimes et rares rousseurs pâles sans gravité, sinon ouvrage propre et de présentation agréable. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        Act of parliament, for erecting a bank in Scotland.

      Edinburgh, July 17. 1695. - Folio. 6pp. Uncut, folded sheets as issued. With the original conjugate blank leaf. A good copy. Goldsmiths' 3171. Wing S1127B. EN only. One of two folio editions. The other is of 4pp, Wing S 1127A (EN, ES only). There is also a quarto edition, Wing 1128. (L, LUG, EN; CH, IU, WF, Y). The folio versions are considerably scarcer than the 4to version and Wing seems to give them precedence. This special act passed by the Scots Parliament brought the Bank of Scotland into being and together with six other acts subsequently obtained, forms the constitution of the Bank of Scotland, with the exclusive privilege of monopoly for 21 years. It was due to the efforts of William Paterson, who had, in the previous year, helped to establish the Bank of England.

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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] - 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. Very 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. 1 Kg. 197 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Öffentlicher Gottesdienst der alten Hebräer

      Lorentz Eckstorff, Schleswig 1695 - 12mo. [16], 1424pp. Original full calf. Decorative initials. Decorative head-, and tailpiece. Remarkable work being a detailed examination of worship in Ancient Israel, by Danish Lutheran theologian Johannes Lund (1638-1686). Heavy rubbing on binding. Head and tail of spine chipped. Hinges starting. Endpapers inscribed by previous owner. Free front endpaper detached but present. Minor and sporadic annotations in ink by previous owner (not affecting text). Sporadic browning throughout. Text in German, gothic script. Binding in overall poor, interior in good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Theologia Christiana Ad praxin pietatis ac promotionem pacis Christianae unice directa. Editio altera.

      Amstelaedami Amsterdam: Apud Henricum Wetstenium 1695 - Folio, pp. [xvi] 852 [xxiv] (incl. frontispiece). Worming in lower margin throughout, starting as trails and narrowing to a single hole until the index where it expands slightly again, one additional trail occasionally touching characters in last line of text across five gatherings (4S-4Y), a bit of light dampmarking and dustsoiling, a few small stains. Contemporary dark panelled sprinkled calf, rebacked preserving the original spine, new red morocco lettering piece, corners renewed, new endpapers, old leather a bit scratched. The second edition of the Dutch theologian Phillip van Limborch’s most important work, a system of Christian theology based on Simon Episcopius and Stephan Curcellaeus. It stands as the first and most complete exposition of Arminianism, and was translated into English in 1702. Limborch’s other claim to fame was his close epistolary friendship with John Locke. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Unsworth's Antiquarian Books, ABA & ILAB]
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        Nouvelle Relation, contenant les voyages de Thomas Gage dans la Nouvelle Espagne, ses diverses avantures, & son retour par la Province de Nicaragua jusques à la Havane. Avec la description de la ville de Mexique, telle qu’elle étoit autrefois, & comme elle est à present. Ensemble une description exacte des Terres & Provinces que possedent les Espagnols en toute l’Amerique, de la forme de leur Gouvernement Ecclesiastique & Politique, de leur Commerce, de leurs Mœurs, & de celles des Criolles, des Metifs, des Mulatres, des Indiens, & des Negres.

      A Amsterdam, Chez Paul Marret, 1695, - 2 vol. in-12° ; 1 front.-(11)-178 pp.-9 pl. repl. h.-t./1 front.-(6)-318 pp.-7 pl. repl. h.-t., plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, caissons or, fleurette or, tranches mouchetées rouge, rel. de l’époque, bel exemplaire. Boucher de la Richarderie VI, p. 154. Palau, 96486. Sabin, 26304. Édition originale de la traduction française. First french edition. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Hérodote]
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        Nouvelle relation, contenant les voyages de Thomas Gage dans la Nouvelle Espagne, ses diverses avantures; & son retour par la province de Nicaragua, jusques à la Havane; avec la description de la ville de Mexique tell qu'elle estoit autrefoils, & comme elle est à present; ensemble une description exacte des terres & provinces que possedent les Espagnols en toute l'Amérique, de la forme de leur gouvernement ecclesiastique & politique, de leur commerce, de leurs moeurs, & de celles des Criolles, des Metifs, des Mulatres, des Indiens, & des Negres.

      Paul Marret, Amsterdam 1695 - Later edition in French (first published in Paris, 1676; the work first published in English in London, 1648). 12mo. 2 volumes bound as one: (24), 200, 178; (14), 318 pp. Extra engraved title pages to each volume, 16 folding maps and plates. Sabin 26304. Hill 665 (for the 1648 edition): "[1625 to 1637] Gage spent in Central America, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Panama. He lived for some years among the Indians, and, on occasion, acted as parish priest or professor of philosophy. His book, published after his return, caused a great sensation, for it was the first to give the world a description of the vast regions from which all foreigners had been jealously excluded by the Spanish authorities. The work was translated into French, Dutch, and German, but its purpose was to urge the English to seize the Spanish territories in the New World." Near contemporary calf (rubbed), spine with elaborate blind-stamped decoration, vellum spine label, all edges sprinkled red. Very good. (1361)

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        Missae Defunctorum, Iuxta Usum Ecclesiae Romanae, Cum Ordine Et Canone Extensae

      Antwerp: Plantin Press, Balthasar Moretus, 1695., 1695. folio. pp. 46, [1 leaf]. finely printed in red & black. large woodcut printer's device in red on recto of last leaf. 3 woodcut tailpieces (2 in red) & woodcut initials (some in red & black). music in the text. full-page engraving of the crucifixion & large engraved title vignette of souls engulfed by flames & reaching up to clasp hands with 2 angels. contemporary paneled calf (very worn & oxidized, with material loss at extremities, upper front joint cracked, some leaves with minor worming & dampstaining in lower gutter margin, otherwise a good crisp copy internally). paper tabs..

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        OEUVRES DIVERSES DU SIEUR D*** AVEC LE TRAITE DU SUBLIME OU DU MERVEILLEUX dans le discours. Traduit du Grec de Longin.

      - Paris, Denis Thierry, 1695, 9x15, deux volumes. Reliure en plein veau tacheté. Dos à 5 nerfs, caissons ornés de motifs fleuraux dorés. Pièce de titre ocre. Roulette sur les coupes. Tranches mouchetées rouges. Réédition par le même éditeur de l'édition de originale de 1674. Nouvelle édition revue et augmentée. Illustré de nombreux bandeaux et culs de lampe ainsi que d'un frontispice. Avec tables et remarques. Ouvrage contemporain de l'auteur. Quelques feuillets bruni et trou de vers discret sur les premières pages du second tome. Bel ex-libris de Messire Bernard de Noblet (Comte de Chenelette et Lieutenant des Mareschaux de France). Envoi de photos sur demande. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Descrizzione delle imagini dipinte da Rafaelle [Rafaello] d'Urbino nelle camere del Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano; La favola di Amore e Psiche

      Rome, Italy: Gio. Giacomo Komarek Boëmo, 1695. Several variant spellings abound for the artist's name. Two volumes bound as one, with continuous pagination. Descrizzione delle imagini dipinte da Rafaelle d'Urbino....; La favola di Amore e Psiche dipinta da Rafaelle d'Urbino, Bellori, Giovanni Pietro (c.1636-1700), artista d'Urbino, G.G. Komarek, Rome 1695. Descrizione delle imagini dipinte nelle camere del Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano. di Gio. Pietro Bellori alla Santita di Nostro Signore Papa Innocenzo Duodecimo. Small folio size, 12.5 x 8.75 inches [31 x 22 cm]. Later three-quarter vellum, with red morocco title label on spine, and with red marbled paper hardboards. Covers have moderate rubbing and superficial edge wear. The vellum is impressively clean. The red morocco label reads "Bellori Stanze di Raffael [sic]" and is almost certainly from the original binding of 1695. Two small repaired tears to the title page. Significant foxing to the preliminaries. Hand laid paper. Note that the engraved frontispiece portrait of Raphael by Carlo Maratti is missing. Else very good internally and externally. Present are 4 engraved headpieces, 2 tailpieces and 4 historiated initials, engraved arms of Innocent X, the dedicatee, on title. Divisional title reads: La Favola di Amore, e Psiche Dipinta da Rafaelle, and with a dedication to Francesco Farnese, Duke of Parma and Piacenza (p. 64 on verso) apparently tipped in between signatures H and I. Discusses the artist Raphael (1483-1520). The Vatican City Library has a virtually identical copy. With gratitude to Hugh Pagan for the following description of the text: "First edition of the Roman scholar G.P. Bellori's admirably thorough description of the famous series of paintings by Raphael in the papal apartments in the Vatican Palace. It also provides a full description of Raphael's paintings for the loggia of Psyche in the Villa Farnesina, and an interesting account of the restoration by G .F. Rossi, under the supervision of Carlo Maratta, of Annibale Caracci's cycle of frescoes in the gallery of the Palazzo Farnese. The last eight pages print the speech which Bellori delivered at the annual prize-giving ceremony of the Accademia di San Luca in Rome in 1677, celebrating the esteem in which artists such as Giotto, Gentile Bellini, Titian and Rubens were held by kings or popes." Cicognara 3369.. Presumed First Edition. Hard Cover. Good Plus. Illus. by d'Urbino, Rafaelle. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

      [Bookseller: Marc Sena Carrel]
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        Canada Orientale nell' America Settentrionale descritta

      V.M. Coronelli, Venice 1695 - Decorative 17th century mapping of Newfoundland and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli, a Venetian scholar and Minorite Friar, became one of the most celebrated map and globe makers of his era. Throughout his industrious life he produced more than one-hundred terrestrial and celestial globes, several hundred maps, and a wealth of cartographic publications. In 1683, he completed the Marly Globes for Louis XIV, the largest and most magnificent globes ever made. In 1684 he founded the Academia Cosmografica degli Argonauti, the first geographical society, and was appointed Cosmographer of the Republic of Venice. He published two atlases, the Atlante Veneto (Venice, 1691) and the Isolario (1696-98), and compiled the first encyclopedia to be arranged alphabetically. This fine map of Newfoundland and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, with parts of Labrador and Nova Scotia, appeared in the 1692-94 Corso Geografico and in the second edition of Atlante Veneto 1695-1697. The map closely follows Coronelli and Nolin's 1689 mapping of Canada and the American coast, though is more focussed on the Newfoundland and Gulf of St. Lawrence region. Derived from manuscript and printed sources, the map is remarkably accurate for its time. As with many of Coronelli's charts, elaborate cartouches provide decorative touches. Text concerning the Grand Banks appears at the bottom of the map, along with a note off the northeastern shore of Newfoundland concerning Cabot's discoveries. Burden, The Mapping of North America II: 698; Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada 162. Copper-engraved map.

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      Corso Geografico Universale. c1695 - Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 61.5 x 47 cm. (24 x 18½ inches) each Fine condition; some light offsetting and browning to the centrefold. Highly decorative map of England and Wales in Coronelli's unique style, originally published in two sections hence the two title cartouches and coats of arms. A decorative drape-style cartouche with ribbons and tassles showing the whole of the British Isles and the coast of France. Detail includes counties, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, islands, bays, churches and other features. One of the most sought after large 17th century decorative maps of England.

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        An essay concerning humane understanding. In four books.

      printed for Awnsham and John Churchil, at the Black Swan in Pater-Noster-Row, and Samuel Manship, at the Ship in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange,, London 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). 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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        Critici sacri : sive clarissimorum virorum in sacro-sancta utriusque foederis Biblia, doctissimae annotationes atque tractatus theologico-philologici.e` ix in vii tomos Redactum ( 7 Volumes, Without the Supplement )

      typis & impensis Balthasaris Christophi Wustii, Johannis Philippi & Johannis Nicolai Andreae, Francofurti ad Moenum 1695 - Published, 1695/1696. 7 volumes, without the 2 volume supplement. Bound in full period or early vellum. Vellum dust or dirt marked, a few small nicks, a couple of very short nicks.splits on hinge joints. All bindings in very good firm condition. Internally, previous owners bookplate to fixed endpaper of each volume. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice set, in very attractive bindings. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

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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 - 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) First edition of Gibson's translation. Folio. 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. 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. Chubb CXII; Skelton 117; Wing C-359 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Korte beschryving van Adams, en Evaas graf, en graf-zark.

      - (Middelburg, Michiel Schrijver, first half 18th century).Large broadside with half-page engraving depicting Adam's mountain at Mulgirigala with temple and inscriptions below and explanatory text by Christiaan Hansz. Ca. 63 x 46 cm.* Impression of the famous Adam's mountain. The German author of the explanatory text is Christiaan Hansz whose real name probably is Christoph Langhansz. He served the VOC as a soldier for two years and nine months and stayed on the island of Ceylon in 1695. In 1705 he published in similar fashion as this account, his impressions of Ceylon: Neue Ost-indische Reise (Landwehr, VOC, 327). The printer is Michiel Schrijver, active in Middelburg 1720-1735, whose shop was located at the Beurs and was signposted Cicero. - (Lacking portions of paper at the bottom, with some loss of text (including part of the name of the printer), skilfully restored. - Extremely rare broadside, only one copy known (Library Middelburg). Not in Landwehr, VOC or Muller, Historieplaten or Atlas van Stolk; see De Silva and Beumer, Dutch Ceylon, pp. 189-201 for information on Mulgirigala.

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        A New Map of the English Empire in America Viz Virginia Maryland Carolina Pennsylvania New York New Jersey New England by Rob: Morden

      Sold by Robt. Morden at the Atlas in Cornhill./ And by Christopher Brown at ye Globe/ near the Westend of St. Pauls/ Church: London, London 1695 - A rare and important map of the American colonies, in the scarce first state. This is in effect a propaganda map, compiled during the War of the League of Augsburg, or 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. Provenance: deaccessioned from the Western Reserve Historical Society, 2001 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, The Southeast in Early Maps , 119; Phillips, A List of Maps of America, p. 564. Copper-engraved map by John Harris, with original outline colour. Paper toned and margins somewhat soiled otherwise in very good condition.

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        CAMDEN'S BRITANNIA, Newly Translated into English: with large ADDITIONS and IMPROVEMENTS.

      Published by EDMUND GIBSON, of Queens-College in Oxford 1695 - Printed by F. Collins, for A. Swalle, at the Unicorn at the Weft-end of St. Paul's Church-yard; and A. & J. Churchil, at the Black Swan in Pater-nofter-Row, 1695. A magnificent volume, in a handsome professionally-restored binding by the Salisbury Bookbinders which retains most of its contemporary decorated boards and new (entirely sympathetic) spine. Plain, blended, hand-made paper end-papers. Contemporary blind-tooled panelled calf with double fillets and inside dentelles (lacy pattern) around a rectangular central panel. 405mm x 255mm (15¾ in x 10in.); Folio (vertical chain-lines). Spine has six raised-bands, gilt-ruled in compartments; red leather label with gilt title and '1695' to foot of spine. Edges sprinkled red. A suitably restrained and handsome binding. Contents: [Frontispiece:] William Camden Clarenceux. Obit AD. 1623. Ætatis sua LXXIII. Engraved by R.White. Faint, attractive and intricate contemporary signature to t.p. [i], ii-cxcv, [1], 2-1116 (paginated columns). Dedication to Sir John Sommers, Kt. [2pp]; Preface to the Reader [6pp., including Advertisement 'for books now in the press' and 'Books lately printed for A. and J. Churchil']; The Life of Mr Camden [11pp]; Mr Camden's Preface [3pp]; [Latin Verse 2pp]; Catalogue of some books and treatifes relating to the antiquities of England. [5pp., by County and Country]; Antoninus's Itinerary through Britain [2pp]; General heads of the Introduction and Counties of England; MAP: England [double-page]; MAP: Britannia Romana [double-page]; Four, full-page engraved PLATES of Roman Coins; MAP: Britannia Saxonica [double-page]; Four further full-page PLATES of Roman Coins; List of Counties of England & Wales; Stonehenge engraved plate on column-page 95/96; a further 45 uncoloured maps, in their original state, of English counties (lacking Kent and Cumberland), Wales (3), Scotland, Ireland, and the Smaller Islands; a further full-page PLATE of Coins/Table of Curiosities; Annals of Ireland; Index; Appendix [2pp]. Full collation of the engraved MORDEN maps and other plates as follows: 48 maps (lacks 2 English counties); Frontispiece portrait; 9 [all called for] Roman coins/curiosities. Remarkably clean and crisp condition for a book over 300 years old. Crisp, white, hand-made rag paper in overall excellent condition apart from some minor small stains (candle-wax? to a few text pages only), a little top-edge dusty-marking and small marginal rough page edges and small tears, none of which affect the maps which are generally in excellent condition. We have carefully collated any map faults as follows: Bedfordshire margins (only) have dusty smudges and a professionally-repaired tear, again to the margin only and the map is clean; Middlesex has a tiny hole, not affecting any map text; Suffolk has light (wax?) discolouration showing through from page verso; Cambridgeshire is a little browned, possibly due to paper quality; Derbyshire has a small tear; there is a small worm-hole [1.5cm] affecting about 15 pages in the top margin from column-page 953, not affecting any text or the Ireland map itself. There is a small stain to the top fore-edge corner of the last 3 pages only and the final page (which carries the word 'FINIS') is somewhat browned. A magisterial tome. Prior to publication, the prospectus said: ". many Additions will be made to the Book more than were mentioned; particularly a curious Collection of all the Publick Coins of England, supplying what are wanting in Mr. Cambden's of the Britains and Romans, and adding those of the Saxons, Danes, &c. which will be done by an Eminent Hand. And all the Coins fairly Engraved on Copper. And for these Reasons we are obliged to raise the Price to Thirty Two Shillings, which cannot be esteemed Dear, considering the great Charge extraordinary, in Graving the Map so Large, and the excessive Price of Paper at this time, the Maps alone being worth the Money." 20% PRICE REDUCTION NOW APPLIED and FREE world-wide, insured postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Joannem Bastistam Coignard,, Paris 1695 - Perrault, D. D. (Charles). [1628-1703]. DIVAE GENOVESAE TRIUMPHUS. Paris: Joannem Bastistam Coignard, 1695. Small 8vo., 8pp. 32pp. First Edition. French & Latin text. A very good example showing modest use of one of Perrault'a very uncommon religious titles. Period marbled wrappers missing the back wrapper. Contemporary name of E. M. Duverney on the title page. Charles Perrault was a French author who laid foundations for a new literary genre, the fairy tale, & whose best known tales, derived from pre-existing folk tales, include Le Petit Chaperon rouge (Little Red Riding Hood), La Belle au bois dormant (Sleeping Beauty), Le Maître chat ou le Chat botté (Puss in Boots), Cendrillon ou la petite pantoufle de verre (Cinderella), La Barbe bleue (Bluebeard) & others. In 1686, he decided to write epic poetry and show his genuine devotion to Christianity, & wrote Saint Paulin, évêque de Nôle (St. Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, about Paulinus of Nola). In 1694-5 he wrote: L’Apologie des Femmes, Le Triomphe de sainte Geneviève, L’idylle à Monsieur de la Quintinie. All rather difficult titles to acquire. Charles Perrault, est un homme de lettres français, resté célèbre pour ses Contes de ma mère l’Oye. Auteur de textes religieux, chef de file des Modernes dans la Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes, Charles Perrault fut l'un des grands auteurs du XVIIè siècle. L'essentiel de son travail consista en la collecte et la retranscription de contes issus de la tradition orale française. Il est l'un des formalisateurs du genre littéraire écrit du conte merveilleux. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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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 - 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 separatel nthe three letters to Abelard from Héloïse, and the three to Héloïse from Abelard; of the six, only the first letter jad been printed earlier (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 Leviatan. 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 (HÉLOISE & ABELARD) 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). 7 volumes bound in one vols., 12mo. [12], 126, [2, blank] pp. 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. William Levitan,

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        The Royal Mistresses of France, or, The Secret History of the Amours of all the French Kings, from Pharamond the First Monarch, Anno 418. to this present Time. Made English from the French original.

      printed for Henry Rhodes at the Star, the corner of Bride-lane in Fleet-street; and John Harris at the Harrow in the Poultry,, London: 1695 - (iv), 228, 260pp. Bound without the final advertisement leaves. Paper toned, and some soiling to title, contents otherwise very good. With silk bookmark and marbled endpapers. Octavo, 6.4 x 4 ins, all edges bright gilt, in mid 20thC full tan calf gilt by Brentano's Paris. Boards double ruled in gilt with gilt rolled edges and dentelles, spine with five raised bands, compartments with stamped title and floral decorations in gilt. Darkish spots to lower board, two small scuffs to upper board, otherwise bright. Translation of Les Galanteries des rois de France. Second part titled: Inteagues of the Court of France Under the Reign of Henry III. A torrent of tattle, uncommon, and finely bound. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pictura Loquens, Sive Heroicarum Tabularum Hadriana Schoonebeeck, Enarratio Et Explicatio

      Ex officina Hadriani Schoonebeek [sic], Amsterdam 1695 - Contemporary speckled calf, VG. xii+240+[xvi]pp, engraved frontis, portrait, 59 [of 60 lacks plate 59 - also lacking 1 leaf of related text 235-236], attractive binding a little rubbed, internally the 59 plates are in nice clean condition. The plates by Schoonbeeck depict scenes from the classics. The frontis & portrait are signed, the remainder of the plates are not. 350 grams. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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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 - 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 Very 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 1 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Uxor ebraica, seu De nuptiis et divortiis ex jure civili, id est, divino & talmudico, veterum Ebraeorum, libri tres. Ejusdem De successionibus ad Leges Ebraeorum in bona defunctorum liber singularis. In Pontificatum libri duo [new ed.].

      A. Beckmann for Jeremias Schrey, Frankfurt / Oder 1695 - 2 parts in 1 vol., [2]-456 (= 468)-[14], [22]-248 pp. Later edition (1st: London 1646) of a treatise on Jewish law on marriage and divorce, on inheritance and succession, and on the function of priests, by the English lawyer John Selden (1584-1654). Title in red & black. Ownership entries Jacob Gritti & Frid. Danzius. Ref. VD-17 14:019894G. Paisey (BL London) S-1863. Bn-Opale plus (?). 1 volumes. Some browning & spotting. Good copy. Contemporary overlapping vellum , flat spine

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        "Paris" from Orbis habitabilis oppida et Vestitus

      France: Carel Allard, 1695. Copperplate engraving Framed size: 17" x 19" . Book.

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        Contes et nouvelles en vers, nouvelle édition enrichie de Tailles-Douces.

      Henry Desbordes,, Amsterdam, 1695 - 2 Bde in 1 Band. Amsterdam, Henry Desbordes, 1695. 8°. 2 gest. Frontispiece und 58 Kupferstiche von Romaine de Hooge. Pergamentband der Zeit. Brunet III, 759. - Sander 1038. - Mehrfach erschienene Ausgabe mit den halbseitigen Kupferstichen von Romaine de Hooghe, "der holländische Meister gilt als der Vorläufer der franz. Illustrations-Kunst des 18. Jahrhunderts. Seine im Text gedruckten halbseitigen Kupfer lassen die später so allgemein beliebt gewordenen illustrative Kopfvignette vorausahnen. Im Stil seiner Darstellung hat Romaine de Hooghe freilich nicht viel Französisches. Es fehlt ihm häufig an Eleganz und er hat eine ausgesprochene Vorliebe für das Groteske, das dem Franzosen in der Regel wenig liegt." (Fürstenberg, S. 70). - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Der Einbandrücken restauriert. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FLORA ESPAÑOLA o Historia de las plantas que se crían en España. M., Ibarra 1762-64 (4 vols.) CONTINUACION DE LA FLORA ESPAÑOLA. ordenada, suplida y publ. por D.Casimiro Gómez de Ortega. M., Ibarra 1784 (2 vols.). 6 vols. 4ºM. 2h, frontis, 20h, 1 escudo, 402p,1b,11 láms, 1 mapa despl.= 8h,303p,32 láms. = 6h,436p,79 láms. = 2h,472p,66 láms. = 2h,XXXIIp,538p,retr,11 láms. = 2h,667p,14 láms. Varias láms. con rastro hum. Pasta española, lomos con nervios y dorados (algo det.), cortes pintados.

      - .- "José Quer y Martínez (Perpiñán 1695-Madrid 1764) cursó estudios de medicina y cirugía, y se interesó especialmente por la botánica. Como cirujano militar viajó extensamente por España, Francia, Italia y Norte de Africa, preparó un gran herbario y recogió multitud de semillas y plantas vivas, con las que estableció un primitivo jardín botánico en Madrid Con él contó Fernando VI para la fundación del Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid en 1755 en su emplazamiento de Migas Calientes, del que fue nombrado Primer Catedrático y donde empezó la enseñanza de la botánica. En 1762 emprendió la publicación de su "Flora Española", con criterios Tournefortianos, que quedó inconclusa a su muerte y terminada por Casimiro Gómez Ortega, uno de sus sucesores y responsable del traslado del Real Jardín desde Migas Calientes a su actual localización junto al Museo del Prado de Madrid. Ejemplar completo, muy difícil de encontrar (según W. Junk en su "50 Jahre Antiquar" raro y normalmente incompleto). Contiene numerosas viñetas grabadas, 1 frontis grab, 1 escudo de armas grab, 1 mapa grab. desplegable, 1 retrato grab. de Quer y 213 láminas grabadas. Johnston 459: "The engraved half-title is signed Ysidro Carnizero inven. et delin. The engraved arms and 80 plates are by Lorenzo Morin menor. The engraved portrait is by Fernando Selmo after an original by Antonio Carnicero (?). Two plates are signed by Chozas and one each by Ricarte and Rodriguez" "

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        Pascaert vande Zuyd Zee (Pacific Ocean/The Americas)

      1695 - Engraving with original hand-color. Sheet size: 20 3/4 x 25". Frame size 32 x 36 1/4". Inventory#: p1928pfat.

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        Pas Kaart Van De Zee Kusten Van Virginia.

      Amsterdam 1695 - "This chart continues south from the van Keulen chart of New York, from the Atlatic City area south to the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, althouth this time orientated with north to the right. Again drawn by C.J. Voogt, it is mainly derived from the Hermann map of 1675, published in England. However, Vooght has an additional source, as yet untraced, from which he has copied a greater number of soundings, so important for safe navigation. The chart is remarkable for the very early appearance of William Penn's Philadelphia, here shown as 'Filadelphy', without even a symbol for a town. The Pennsylvania colony had only been founded by Royal Charter in 1681, and did not gain cty status until 1701." (Baynton-Williams)An important and decorative sea chart of Virginia published in the impressive Zee Atlas of Van Keulen. Chesapeake Bay is named "De Groote Bay van Chesapeake off Bahia de Madre de Dios". Decorative cartouche with Dutch, Spanish and English/French scales.3rd state, Size : 510x590 (mm), 20.125x23.25 (Inches), Black & White, 0

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        Pas-Kaart Niew Engeland Tusschen de Staaten Hoek en D. de Sable. . .

      Amsterdam 1695 - 3rd state"Chart of the coast of New England from New Brunswick, Canada, to Nantucket Island including the southeast coast of Nova Scotia. Shows harbors, bays, and inlets, shoals and banks, coastal islands, rocks, anchorages, some towns and cities, and relief." (Sellers and Van Ee), Size : 510x580 (mm), 20.125x22.875 (Inches), Hand Colored, 0 Very Good, upper margin extended.

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        Nieuwe en seer nette Caart van de Baay en Stadt GIBRALTAR Geteckent door den Wel Ed Hr H Leynslager Cap in't Edel Moogende Collegie ter Admiraliteyt alhier -- Niederländische Seekarte der Bucht von Gibraltar - westorientiert - mit Windrose, nautischen Linien, Sandbänken mit Tiefenangaben 2 Kartuschen sowie Legende A-L und Meilenzeiger deutsch und französisch Gibraltar, die Küstenlinie sowie einige markante Punkte mehrfarbig koloriert

      Amsterdam, Johannes van Keulen, [1695]. - Kupferstich altkoloriert. 54 x 63 cm (Blattgröße), unter Glas gerahmt, leichte Mittelfalte etwas knittrig, kleinere Rankläsuren, schönes dekoratives Exemplar, Verlagskartusche: 'Tot Amsterdam by Joannes van Keulen Beekverkooper aan de Nieuwebrug inde Gekroonde Lootsman'.-- Johannes van Keulen - 1678-1704 tätig Kartenverleger in Amsterdam, publizierte 'De Groote nieuwe Zee-Atlas' erstmals 1680 und wurde in den folgenden Auflagen auf 5 Bände (von 1687 ab) erweitert.-- In 1678, Johannes registered with the Amsterdam Booksellers Guild as a "bookseller and Cross-staff maker" By this time, most of the Amsterdam chart makers and instrument makers, like Blaeu, Janssonius, Hondius, Goos, and Doncker, had either closed down or were at the end of their fame. As a result, Johannes van Keulen had the opportunity to obtain copperplates, privileges, and stocks of many of his former competitors. Besides manuals and cross-staffs, Johannes produced his famed 'ZeeAtlas' (Sea Atlas, 5 volumes), and 'ZeeFakkel' (Sea pilotbook, 5 volumes).-

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