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         Latvia Ducatuum Livoniae et Curlandiae novissima tabula in quibus sunt Estonia Litlandia.

      1696 - Amsterdam 1696 copper engraved map, overall 49,5 x 63 cm, plate 58,5 cm. fold as issued, paper nice patina, old repair alongside centrefold, small margins top and lower, small marginal tears into image, o/w vg cond. Beautifully engraved map of the Baltic States with a very elaborate cartouche of 2 putti carrying the title and 2 putti supporting 2 coat-of-arms. Koeman, Atlantis Neerlandici, Bd. II,Dan 3, 64. [ref: 3542]

      [Bookseller: Angelika C. J. Friebe Ltd. - MapWoman]
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         Vyftien Predicatien over verscheide Texten van de Heylige Schrifture, Behelsende de voornaamste Pligten van een Christelijk leven. Met een Verhandeling van het Lyden en Sterven van onsen Saligmaker Jesus Christus, in eenige korte Bedenkingen over alle de Passie-Texten. Nu vermeerdert met des selfs laatste verhandeling over Eccles. 7. vs. 13. Nevens een Verhaal van sijn Leven, Afsterven en de voornaamste gevallen Hem in sijnen Dienst bejegent.

      Amsterdam, Gerardus Borstius 1696 - (56) 693 (13) p. Opnieuw gebonden half oud Perkament, 4° (Titelpagina wat sleets aan de randen, hoeken van het boekblok voor- en achterin omgekruld.)

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         DEVISES & EMBLEMES D'AMOUR, Ancienes & Modernes moraliseez en vers francois, & expliquees, en sept langues par Mr. Parravicini, Professeur des Langues Etrangeres.

      Amsterdam, Daniel de la Feuille, 1696.. FIRST EDITION 1696, small slim 4to, approximately 205 x 150 mm, 8 x 5¾ inches, 2 title pages printed red and black and with printer's device, the first without date and giving the author's name as 'Parravicini', the second worded very slightly differently and with date at foot. On verso of the first title page begins a 3 page poem 'Cupidon, a la jeunesse' whose final page faces the second title page, on verso of second title page is the explanatory text for the first plate, there are 24 numbered plates each with 6 round emblems of love, each with a motto above it, 144 in total, 5 of which signed by the engraver Jan van Vianen, on verso of each plate is the text for the next page, the mottoes are each translated on the facing page into Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch, English and German, followed by a 4 line verse in French, on verso of the final plate is a publisher's advert, leaves: (3), 24, making a total of 54 pages, bound in full late 19th or early 20th century red morocco, raised bands and gilt lettering to spine, all edges gilt, ornate gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), marbled endpapers. A few minor marks and minor scratches to binding, very slight rubbing to head and tail of spine and corners, small French catalogue cutting and modern handwritten note mounted on verso front endpaper, contents otherwise very nice. A very good clean tight copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         Traité des Monnoyes, de leurs circonstances et dépendances.

      Paris, Leclerc, 1696. - in-12. 10ff. 503pp. 11ff. Demi basane, dos lisse orné (Reliure du 19s., restaurée). Edition Originale (seconde émission). Ouvrage technique sur la monnaie, sa fabrication, son usage. L'auteur, Conseiller à la Cour des Monnaies, explique les termes, les variétés de monnaies, les procédés de fabrication. Il donne des renseignements sur leur qualité, poids et titre, sur la jurisprudence, etc. 3 planches hors texte représentant des appareils servant à la fabrication de la monnaie: fourneaux, coupelles, matras, balancier, etc. Rousseurs, cassure réparée au titre,sans manque. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         A New Voyage to the Levant

      1696 - First English edition. Engraved title (as frontispiece) & 8 further (folding) plates. 8vo. Fine old-style calf, gilt, spine with raised bands & red morocco label. xxviii, 416pp. London, Published two years after the original French edition, this first English is particularly rare. ?Du Mont left the French army to serve in Germany. The various campaigns he took part in form the basis of his travels, which he augments with interesting accounts of the customs and life in the countries he visited in the form of letters. Four of the eight plates illustrate genre scenes in Constantinople? (Navari). The folding plates are titled as follows: Places burnt by the French in the Palatinate; The Ghost of St. Antony of Marseilles; The Audience which the Caimakan of Constantinple gave to Mr. de Chateau-neuf the French Ambassador; The Punishment of an Harlot in Turky; The Turkish Dancing; The Dancing of the Greeks; An Arabian Impostor at his Conujurations; The Triumph of a Christian that has renounced the Faith. cf. Blackmer, 514 (fourth English edition); cf. Atabey, 378 (fourth English edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Athenian Gazette: or Causistical Mercury, Resolving All the Most Nice and Curious Questions Proposed by the Ingenious

      John Dunton, London 1696 - Volumes I-XIX (of XX) with volume titles. No. 25 in vol. XVII lacking. Folio. Swift's First Appearance in Print. A long run of The Athenian Gazette, containing Jonathan Swift's first appearance in print. His "Ode to the Anthenian Society" with a prefatory letter of 14 February 1791 from Moor Park appears on pages 1-6 of the supplement to the fifth volume. Both the poem and letter are signed in print, unusual for Swift who rarely acknowledged his works. Swift addresses his poem to the Athenian Society, an anonymous club of learned men, whose members are now known to have included the Gazette's publisher John Dunton, Samuel Wesley (father of John and Charles), and Richard Sault. The Gazette printed answers to questions sent in by its readers. "Through twelve diffuse stanzas, composed in nine days, Swift congratulates the nameless subjects of his adoration (actually a bookseller [John Dunton] and some hack assistants) upon their great part in reviving learning after the wars of 1688-91 ? while he is delighted by their skill in refining philosophy ? he reproves them for their compliments to women, which have turned the heads of the female sex" (Ehrenpreis, Swift I, p. 115). According to Dr. Johnson's apocryphal anecdote, this was the poem that lead Dryden to observe, "Cousin Swift, you will never be a poet."[Bound after:] [GILDON, Charles]. The History of the Athenian Society, for the Resolving All Nice and Curious Questions ? [iv], 36 pp., lacking frontispiece. London: James Dowley, [1692]. Heavy foxing, some headlines shaved. Teerink 467; Rothschild 825 Contemporary Cambridge calf. Rebacked, heavy foxing and toning, some pages cropped Volumes I-XIX (of XX) with volume titles. No. 25 in vol. XVII lacking. Folio [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         uvres Meslées contenant l'Innocente Tromperie, l'Avare Puni, Les Enchantemens de l'Eloquence, Les Aventures de Finette. Nouvelles et autres ouvrages en vers et en prose, de Madelle. L'H*** avec le Triomphe de Madame Des-Houlieres, tel qu'il a été composé par Melle. L'H***.

      A Paris, chez Jean Guignard, 1696. - in-12. 3ff. (le faux-titre manque). 424pp. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure de l'époque, dos refait). Edition originale très rare de ce recueil de textes de Mlle l'Héritier. L'Innocente Tromperie est dédié à "Mademoiselle Perrault". Exemplaire modeste (dos de la reliure refait, taches, salissures et traces de manipulation tout au long du volume). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Oroonoko: A Tragedy as it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's Servants

      H. Playford, B. Tooke and S. Buckley, London 1696 - First edition. [viii], 84, [2, Epilogue], [2, blank] pp. Collation: A-M^4. 4to. First edition of Thomas Southerne's popular stage adaptation of Aphra Behn's 1688 short novel about the Surinam slave trade. Complete with the final blank, M4. "This tragi-comedy, which is based on a novel of the same name by Mrs. Behn, was a huge success on the stage and still retains much of its power. It continued to hold the boards in either the original or altered form for more than a century. The epilogue was written by Congreve, the prologue by an unknown hand. According to Cibber, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, subsisted for several years on the success of this and two or three other plays" (Pforzheimer). The success of the play led to demand for a new edition of Behn's novel, published in 1696. ESTC R12217; Pforzheimer 959; Sabin, 88519. Provenance: John Mack (bookplate); Kimball Bros., Albany, NY (bookseller's ticket) Late 19th-century half red straight-grained morocco and marbled board. Extremities rubbed, paper flaw at margin of A2, lower corner of M3 repaired [viii], 84, [2, Epilogue], [2, blank] pp. Collation: A-M^4. 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Galleria di Minerva riaperta a benefizio della Repubblica delle Lettere dal zelo di Almorò Albrizzi librajo e stampatore di Venezia, Lipsia, e Charlesbourg, e compastore della sceltissima Accademia dell'Onore letterario di Forlì. Nella quale si contiene quanto di più scelto vien scritto da' Letterati per lo più viventi in ogni materia sagra e profana, con molte rare e curiose notizie, insegnamenti segreti di varie materie e figure in rame. Anno primo.

      Venezia, Nella Stamp. Hermol-Albrizziana 0 - In 12° (170x93 mm); pp. 24, 12, 20, 72, 68, 12, 20. Con una incisione al frontespizio e diverse piccole incisioni di monete antiche. Cartone coevo con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Piccolo macchia ad una carta con minima perdita di testo, ma nel complesso ottima copia in barbe. Rara edizione originale del primo numero di questa rivista scientifico-letteraria intitolata "Galleria di Minerva riaperta", che seguì la più celebre "Galleria di Minerva", pubblicata in sette volumi tra il 1696 e il 1717 da Girolamo Albrizzi. Una seconda edizione apparve l'anno seguente, nel 1725 (cf. M. Infelise, Editoria veneziana nel "700, Milano, 1989, p. 41; M. Berengo, Giornali veneziani del Settecento, Milano, 1962, p. XV). La "Galleria di Minerva" raccoglie gli atti della "Società Albrizziana", fondata da Almorò Albrizzi, figlio di Girolamo, nel 1724. La prima sezione è dedicata alla storia naturale. La seconda edizione contiene una lettera, inviata da Giuseppe Lanzoni a Antonio Astori, sul caviale e sulla bottarga, che secondo l'autore erano già in uso presso gli antichi. Le sezioni successive sono dedicate alle monete antiche, alla letteratura e alla poesia. Almorò (Ermolao) Albrizzi nacque a Venezia nel 1695 da una famiglia di tipografi ed editori. Viaggiò a lungo prima di occuparsi dell'attività del padre. L'"Accademia" o "Società Albrizziana" fu per diversi anni un importante punto di riferimento culturale a Venezia (nel 1744 l'Accademia fu trasferita a Roma, dove rimase attiva fino al 1749) (cf. M. Maylender, Storia delle Accademie d'Italia, Bologna, 1926, I, pp. 111-125). Albrizzi riuscì a combinare brillantemente capacità letterarie, erudizione e capacità imprenditoriali. Numerose furono le sue pubblicazioni, tra le quali numerosi periodici (cf. G. Cinelli-Calvoli, Biblioteca volante, Venezia, 1734, I, pp. 22-25). Morì a Forlì nel 1764 (cf. I. Parenzo, Almorò Albrizzi e la Società letteraria universale Albrizziana, in: "Rivista letteraria", VII, Udine, 1935, no. 5, pp. 20-28). Catalogo delle pubblicazioni periodiche esistenti in varie biblioteche di Roma e Firenze., Roma, 1955, p. 181. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Rare Antique Print-ANTWERP-BELGIUM-SCHELDE-SHIP-Le Roy-Frederick de Wit-1696

      - Plate: 'Antverpia.' (View of the city of antwerp, Belgium). Spectacular view of Antwerp with ships on the Schelde river. With coats of arms and extensive key. Very rare. Copperplate engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Description: This rare plate originates from: 'Brabantia Sacra et Profana scenographice illustrata . Castella et Preatoria Nobilium Brabantiae et Coenobia celebriora ad vivum delineata at aes incisa.', by Jacques le Roy, Amsterdam ed., 1696. The plates were later used in other works by this author as well. Jacques Le Roy did extensive archival research, but he is reknown for his iconography for which he employed talented artists like Jacob Van Werden, Frans Ertinger, Wenzel Hollar, Lucas Vorsterman II and others. The engravers in this work include: Franz Ertinger (1640-1710), Jakob Harrewijn, Wenceslaus Hollar and Lucas Vorsterman. In addition Le Roy incorporated city plans by others. This plate is by Frederick de Wit before the address and it was originally published in the very rare city atlas: 'Theatrum ichnographicum omnium urbium.', published in the same period.Artists and Engravers: Author: Jacques Le Roy, also referred to as Jacob or Jacobus, was a Flemish baron, historian and theologian who lived from 1633-1719. This plate by Johannes Janssonius. Johannes Janssonius also known as Jan Jansson was born 1588 in Arnhem, Netherlands. His father was a bookseller and publisher (Jan Janszoon the Elder). When he married the daughter of the cartographer Jodocus Hondius he also set up a business as book publisher in Amsterdam. His first map was published in 1616. Around 15 years later he set up a partnership with his brother in law Hondius add issued further editions of the Mercator/Hondius atlas. After his death in 1664, his heirs still have published several maps. Many of his plates have been acquired by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk. Condition: Excellent given age. General age related toning. Original folds. Two very small tears bottom margin not affecting image. Small crease bottom left corner.Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPC-Expo-P12-03 The overall size is ca. 21.1 x 16.3 inch. The image size is ca. 20.5 x 15.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 53.5 x 41.5 cm. The image size is ca. 52 x 40 cm.

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         A New Voyage to the East-Indies in the Years 1690 and 1691. Being A full Description of the Isles of Maldives, Cocos, Andamants, and the Isle of Ascension; and all the Forts and Garrisons now in possession of the French, wiht an Account of the Customs, Manners, and Habits of the Indians. To which is added, A New Description of the Canary Islands...

      London: Daniel Dring, 1696 A good copy of an extremely scarce english translation of two early voyage accounts with 1 (of 2) folding maps, and 5 plates.' A New Voyage to the E Indies' by Pouchot de Chantassin was first published in Paris in 1692.'The Voyages of the Sieur Le Maire, to the Canary-Islands, Cape Verde, Senegal, and Gambia' by Joseph-Jacques Le Maire, was first published in 1695. Le Maire's work is particularly interesting because of information it provides on W Africa in the 1600's, including the extent of European interaction and the slave trade. This copy is in a fairly new full leather binding with raised bands and gilt titles to the spine. The binding is in near fine condition. New endpapers and initial and final blanks have been added. Contents: title page; author's preface 2pp; E Indies pp 1-187; Finis (map of E Indies lacking); folding map of 'The Canarie or Fortunate Isles'; text pp 1-128 with 5 plates and sections on the rivers Zamenee, St Domingo and Geva; Finis. Overall very clean, with light toning to paper. There is a small ink mark to the side margin of the title page through to p4; a small repaired margin tear at p 37/8 of E Indies section; and a little light underling at the beginning of the Canary Islands section. A very scarce work.

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         De synagoga vetere libri tres: quibus tum de nominibus, structurâ, origine, præfectis, ministris, & sacris synagogarum, agitur; tum præcipue, formam regiminis & ministerii earum in ecclesiam christianam translatam esse, demonstratur: cum prolegomenis. 2 vols bound in one (Complete)

      Franequerae (Franeker): Johannis Gyzelaar, 1696. Second edition. Hardcover. g- to vg. Octavo (8 1/4 x 6 1/2"). Vol. 1: [32], 256, 253-608 p.; Vol. 2: [8], [609]-1138, [38]pp. Contemporary full vellum with handwritten title to spine. Identical additional engraved title by Joseph Mulder (1658-1742), a Dutch Golden Age printmaker and engraver, for each of the two parts. Vol. 2 has title: Campegii Vitringa De synagoga vetere liber tertius : quo rectores & ministri synagogarum conferuntur cum præpositis & diaconis ecclesiæ Christianæ. Pars II. Both title pages in red and black lettering. Title vignettes. Decorative woodcut head-, tailpieces and initials. Originally published in 1685, this work is the second edition of Vitringa's dissertation on the synagogue and the development of the early Church. The term "synagogue" (like the word church) signifies first the congregation, then also the building where the congregation meet for public worship. As the Christian Church rests historically on the Jewish Church, so Christian worship and the congregational organization rest on that of the synagogue, and cannot be well understood without it. Vitringa's work explains that the Christian Church was framed on the model, not of the temple, but of the synagogue, just as its Sacraments arose out of Jewish ordinances which had no connection with the temple services. Includes two extensive indexes at rear (Vol. 2), as well as an Addenda and and emendanda in Vol. 2, p. [36]-[38] (last sequence). Binding age-toned and partly darkened. Handwritten title partly faded on spine. Ex-library bookplate on inside of front cover, and stamp on first title page. Water-staining to both endpapers and fly leaves, as well as at verso of first additional engraved title and at inner margin of first title page. Front hinge starting. Very first and very last pages slightly rippled due to damp exposure. Sporadic clear water-staining along edges of very first and very last pages (not affecting lettering). Text in Latin with some Hebrew. Binding in overall good- to good, interior in good- to very good condition. About the author: Campegius Vitringa (1659-1722) was a Dutch Protestant theologian and Hebraist. A follower of Johannes Cocceius,Vitringa was a supporter of prophetic theology. He was educated at the universities of Franeker and Leiden, and became professor of Oriental languages at the former in 1681. When locating prophetic outcomes, he would associate events to the near rather than the far-off future, placing a distinct focus on the period of the Maccabees (2nd Century BC). Like Joseph Mede (1586-1638), Vitringa believed wholeheartedly that the Millennium was yet to come, but did not expect any immediate changes. He relegated the end of the time to a remote future and strongly emphasized the concept of New Jerusalem (From Wikipedia).

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         Supplementum defectus geometria Cartesianae circa inventionem locorum" [Joh. Bernoulli, pp. 264-269] WITH [Two other papers] WITH Notatiuncula ad acta decemb. 1695 [Leibniz, pp. 45-47] in Acta Eruditorum Anno M DC XCVI, 1696

      Grosse & Gleditsch, Leipzig - FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF JOHANN BERNOULLI'S FAMOUS BRACHISTOCHRONE PROBLEM (sometimes called the Brachistochrone challenge). The Brachistochrone (Greek for 'shortest' and 'time) problem itself was one of the earliest examples of a class of problem now known as the calculus of variations. By the 19th century, thanks to Lagrange among others, all fundamental laws of nature could be formulated in terms of the calculus of variations - a kind of universal language of physics. Bernoulli issued his mathematical challenge in the context of the argument between Newton and Leibniz over who first invented the calculus, the mathematical study of change. While Newton, save for a small notice, made something of a secret of his discovery of fluxions, Leibniz had published his calculus in 1684. By 1695, he and his student, Johann Bernoulli, had developed the calculus into a magnificent tool for solving an array of problems. Bernoulli and Leibniz, however, were curious about how much Newton really knew. Together they devised a test, the Brachistochrone problem, confident that only a mathematician who knew the calculus could solve it. Following the custom of the time, they published it. The problem read as follows: "Let two points A and B be given in a vertical plane. To find the curve that a point M, moving on a path AMB , must follow such that, starting from A, it reaches B in the shortest time under its own gravity" (ibid). Johann added that this curve is not a straight line, but a curve well known to geometers. Wanting to lure Newton, Bernoulli introduced his challenge as follows: "I, Johann Bernoulli, address the most brilliant mathematicians in the world. Nothing is more attractive to intelligent people than an honest, challenging problem, whose possible solution will bestow fame and remain as a lasting monument. Following the example set by Pascal, Fermat, etc., I hope to gain the gratitude of the whole scientific community by placing before the finest mathematicians of our time a problem which will test their methods and the strength of their intellect. If someone communicates to me the solution of the proposed problem, I shall publicly declare him worthy of praise" (Bernoulli, Acta 1696, p. 264). The solution to the Brachistochrone problem was a segment of a cycloid and it was solved by Leibniz, Newton (absent a proof), von Tschirnhaus, l'Hôpital and both Bernoullis. "Among the solutions, the two by the Bernoulli brothers were of particular importance. Johann had ingeniously reformulated the challenge as a problem belonging to optics, i.e., the bending of a light ray through a transparent nonuniform media, and applied Fermat's principle of least time. He thus demonstrated the fundamental parallel between geometric optics and point mechanics, which would lead to the work of W.R. Hamilton in the 1830's. The solution by Jacob also contains a general principle, namely, that a curve which constitutes a maximum or minimum as a whole must also possess this property in the infinitesimal - the fundamental principle of the calculus of variations" (DSB). Two of the solutions would be of significant import: one, Johann's own, because it would present the first example of the optical-mechanical analogy, and his brother Jakob's because it represented an important early step in the calculus of variations in that he realized that the problem itself was of a new type, the variable being a function (upon which, not incidentally, Lagrangian mechanics is based). ALSO PRESENT ARE OTHER PAPERS OF SIGNIFICANCE: Four by Jakob Bernoulli: "Observatiuncula ad ea quaenupero mense novembri de Dimensionibus Curvarum leguntur" WITH "Constructio Generalis omnium Curvarum transcendentium ope simplicioris Tractoriae et Logarithmicae", WITH "Problema Beaunianum universalius conceptum", WITH "Complanatio Superficierum Conoidicarum et Sphaeroidicarum" AND two more by Johann Bernoulli "Demonstratio Analyticea et Syntetica fuae Constructionis Curvae Beaunianae" WITH [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Circulus Franconius in quo sunt Episcopatus Wurtzburg. Bamberg et Aichstet. Status Equitum Teutonicor Ducatus Coburgensis. Marchionatus Cullembach et Onspach. Comitatus Henneberg. Wertheim. Holach. Reinec. Papenheim. Erpach. Schwarztenberg, et Castel. Baronatus Sensheim, et Territorium Norinberge Per T. Danckerts cum Privilegio Amstelodami':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Theodorus Danckerts in Amsterdam, 1696, 50 x 58,5 Koeman Dan 3, 39. - Zeigt den Fränkischen Kreis eingeteilt in Hochstifte, Fürstentümer, Grafschaften und Reichsstädte. - Mittig der Mainlauf mit Würzburg, Ochsenfurt und Schweinfurt. - Oben links ausgemalte Titelkartusche mit den Wappen der h genannten Gebiete rundherum gruppiert (Schwarzenberg, Coburg, Bamberg, Würzburg, Kulmbach, Ansbach etc.). - Dekorative Karte!

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         Circulus Bavaricus in quo sunt Ducatus Electoratus Et Palatinatus Bavariae Neoburgi Archiepiscopatus Salisburgi Etc cum Adjacentibus Insertis Regionibus Amstelodami per Iustinum Danckerum cum Privilegio Ordinum Hollandiae et West Friesiae':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Justus Danckerts in Amsterdam, n. 1696, 50,5 x 59,5 Schaup, Salzburg auf alten Landkarten 4.5; Koeman Dan 3, 31. - Zeigt Nieder- und Oberbayern mit der Oberpfalz. - Oben rechts ausgemalte Titelkartusche. - Sehr guter Zustand!

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         Utrecht wandkaart - Bernard de Roy, 1743.

      NIEUWE KAART VANDEN LANDE VAN UTRECHTKopergravure, samengesteld uit meerdere bladen, vervaardigd door Bernard de Roy (/de Roij) in 1696, 2e staat uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier in 1743. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (prent) 121 x 184 cm.Dit is de bekendste kaart van de provincie Utrecht en na uitgifte van deze gedetailleerdere 2e staat, ongeveer een eeuw het meest gezaghebbende kaartwerk over de provincie. Alle latere kaarten zouden er op teruggrijpen.Ter omkadering van de kaart werden gravures gemaakt met wapens van Holland, stad en provincie Utrecht, magistraatspersonen en gezichten van Montfoort, Wijk bij Duursteerde, Utrecht, Rhenen en Amersfoort. Deze op losse bladen gedrukte versieringen zitten niet bij dit exemplaar.De Roy?s grootschalige kaart is er een in een reeks van wandkaarten, die in de 17de-eeuw van vele delen van ons land zijn verschenen. Bij gebrek aan een uniforme grootschalige kaart van het gehele grondgebied van de Republiek, vormden deze op verschillende schalen ontworpen en in kwaliteit en uitvoering uiteenlopende kaartwerken, toen de hoofdbron van de geografische kennis van de afzonderlijke gewesten.De kaart van Den Lande van Utrecht werd behalve om haar geografische informatie ook uit decoratieve en representatieve overwegingen gebruikt en vormde een waardige en passende versiering, zowel voor de vergaderzalen van de bestuurscolleges als voor de huizen van welgestelde particulieren. Helaas betekende deze bestemming meestal haar vrijwel zekere ondergang. Blootgesteld aan licht, stof, vocht, roet, temperatuurswisselingen, veelvuldige aanraking en andere ongunstige invloeden, takelden de op linnen of hout gemonteerde exemplaren in de loop der tijden sterk af en eindigden meestal roemloos hun bestaan. Dit exemplaar heeft haar ?bestemming? als wandkaart in eerste instantie niet bereikt, maar is in atlasvorm samengebonden geconserveerd gebleven en pas in de 20e-eeuw gemonteerd.Literatuur: facsimile met introductie door A.H. Sijmons (1973).Prijs: ? 7.500,-.

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         Rare Antique Print-PLAN BRUSSELS-BRUXELLES-BELGIUM-Le Roy-Frederick De Wit-1696

      - Plate: 'Bruxella.' (Plan of Brussels / Bruxelles). Bird's eye view of the city of Brussels, Belgium. With coat of arms and extensive legend. Very rare. Copperplate engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Author: Jacques Le Roy, also referred to as Jacob or Jacobus, was a Flemish baron, historian and theologian who lived from 1633-1719. This plate by Frederik de Wit. Frederik/Frederick de Wit (Amsterdam 1630-1706), was a famous engraver and publisher in Amsterdam. He acquired many of the printing plates of Blaeu and Janssonius when it came to auction. His map were very popular because of the quality of the engravings and the beautiful colouring. After his death his work was re-issued by Pieter Mortier and Covens & Mortier. Condition: Excellent given age. General age related toning. Original folds. No left and right margin as bound; remargined. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 22 x 17.5 inch. The image size is ca. 21.5 x 16.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 56 x 44.5 cm. The image size is ca. 54.5 x 42 cm.

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         An Abridgment of Manwood's Forrest Laws, And of All the Acts of..

      1696. London, 1696. First edition. London, 1696. First edition. A Digest of Manwood for Hunters and Fisherman Manwood, John [d.1610]. [Cox, Nicholas (fl. 1673-1731), Editor]. An Abridgment of Manwood's Forrest Laws: And of All the Acts of Parliament Made Since, Which Relate to Hunting, Hawking, Fishing, Or Fowling. London: Printed for Nath. Rolls, 1696. [ii], 101 pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Recent period-style paneled calf, gilt title and blind rules to spine, endpapers renewed, blind tooling to board edges. Light rubbing to extremities with negligible light wear to spine ends. Title page printed within ruled border. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves. Small bookseller's label on verso of front free endpaper, Henry Sotheran Ltd. A nice copy. $750. * First edition. A member of Lincoln's Inn, a barrister, gamekeeper of Waltham Forest and a justice of the New Forest, Manwood was a leading authority on forest law. First published in 1598, his Treatise and Discourse of the Lawes of the Forrest was a standard text into the twentieth century. Cox's Abridgment was issued in two forms: as a section in the fourth edition of his treatise The Gentleman's Recreation, In Four Parts; (Viz.) Hunting, Hawking, Fowling, Fishing (1697) and as an independent work. Later editions of the Abridgment were published in 1705 and 1721. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 12 copies of the first edition, 4 in North American law libraries (UC-Davis, University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, Yale). Wing, Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America M553. English Short-Title Catalogue R2155.

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         De referendariorum votantium signaturae justitiae collegio.

      Rom 1696 - 214 S., 24 x 18 cm, mehrere Vignetten, Pergamenteinband der Zeit fleckig, Rücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle, gebräunt, leicht stockfleckig. Fatinellis (1627-1719) Sprache: lat Erstausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Deffense du Danemark. Traduit de l'Anglois. Seconde Edition. A Cologne [en Hollande], Chez Jacques l'Equitable

      1696 - Second edition. 12mo, 357pp, contemporary full calf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A New Voyage to the East-Indies in the Years 1690 and 1691. Being A full Description of the Isles of Maldives, Cocos, Andamants, and the Isle of Ascension; and all the Forts and Garrisons now in possession of the French, wiht an Account of the Customs, Manners, and Habits of the Indians. To which is added, A New Description of the Canary Islands.

      Daniel Dring, London 1696 - A good copy of an extremely scarce english translation of two early voyage accounts with 1 (of 2) folding maps, and 5 plates.' A New Voyage to the E Indies' by Pouchot de Chantassin was first published in Paris in 1692.'The Voyages of the Sieur Le Maire, to the Canary-Islands, Cape Verde, Senegal, and Gambia' by Joseph-Jacques Le Maire, was first published in 1695. Le Maire's work is particularly interesting because of information it provides on W Africa in the 1600's, including the extent of European interaction and the slave trade. This copy is in a fairly new full leather binding with raised bands and gilt titles to the spine. The binding is in near fine condition. New endpapers and initial and final blanks have been added. Contents: title page; author's preface 2pp; E Indies pp 1-187; Finis (map of E Indies lacking); folding map of 'The Canarie or Fortunate Isles'; text pp 1-128 with 5 plates and sections on the rivers Zamenee, St Domingo and Geva; Finis. Overall very clean, with light toning to paper. There is a small ink mark to the side margin of the title page through to p4; a small repaired margin tear at p 37/8 of E Indies section; and a little light underling at the beginning of the Canary Islands section. A very scarce work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Habspurgiaca sive De antiqua et vera origine domus Austriae vita et rebus gestis comitum Vindonissensium sive Altenburgiensium in primis Habspurgiorum libri septem.

      Regensburg, Hanckwitz für Seidel, 1696, - in-8vo, 8 Bl. + 471 S., Mit 1 kl. Portraitkupfer u. vielen Wappenholzschn. im Text. 2 hs. Besitzeinträge auf Vorsatz ?J.J. Neuhaus Aventico-Friburgensis?, und ?Ex libris J.J. Helfer, Ldr. d. Zt. Rücken und Ecken restauriert. Etwas gebräunt, leicht fleckig, Vors. erneuert. Zweite Ausgabe des maßgeblichen Werkes zur Geschichte der Habsburger, dieses erstmals 1605 in Mailand verlegten Werkes des verdienten freiburgischen Geschichtsschreibers François Guillimann.Guillimann ?widerlegt die Fabeln der Schriftsteller vom Ursprung des Hauses Oesterreich und leitet dieses von den Grafen von Windisch und Oesterreich her. . (Dieses Werk bleibt) jedem Liebhaber der Geschichte schäzbar. Denn man findet sehr viel gute und merkwürdige Nachrichten vom Anfang der helvetischen Freyheit, von den Grafen von Habsburg, Windisch, Kyburg, Rappersweil, Lauffenberg u.s.f. und von ihren Besitzungen in der Schweiz. Alles beruhet auf Urkunden, deren auch viele beygebracht sind? (Haller).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Barth 460; Haller II/1898; HBLS IV/10.; Dahlmann-WI 5974. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The Athenian Gazette: or Causistical Mercury, Resolving All the Most Nice and Curious Questions Proposed by the Ingenious

      London: John Dunton, 1696. Volumes I-XIX (of XX) with volume titles. No. 25 in vol. XVII lacking. Folio. Contemporary Cambridge calf. Rebacked, heavy foxing and toning, some pages cropped. Volumes I-XIX (of XX) with volume titles. No. 25 in vol. XVII lacking. Folio. Swift's First Appearance in Print. A long run of The Athenian Gazette, containing Jonathan Swift's first appearance in print. His "Ode to the Anthenian Society" with a prefatory letter of 14 February 1791 from Moor Park appears on pages 1-6 of the supplement to the fifth volume. Both the poem and letter are signed in print, unusual for Swift who rarely acknowledged his works. Swift addresses his poem to the Athenian Society, an anonymous club of learned men, whose members are now known to have included the Gazette's publisher John Dunton, Samuel Wesley (father of John and Charles), and Richard Sault. The Gazette printed answers to questions sent in by its readers. "Through twelve diffuse stanzas, composed in nine days, Swift congratulates the nameless subjects of his adoration (actually a bookseller [John Dunton] and some hack assistants) upon their great part in reviving learning after the wars of 1688-91 ... while he is delighted by their skill in refining philosophy ... he reproves them for their compliments to women, which have turned the heads of the female sex" (Ehrenpreis, Swift I, p. 115). According to Dr. Johnson's apocryphal anecdote, this was the poem that lead Dryden to observe, "Cousin Swift, you will never be a poet." [Bound after:] [GILDON, Charles]. The History of the Athenian Society, for the Resolving All Nice and Curious Questions ... [iv], 36 pp., lacking frontispiece. London: James Dowley, [1692]. Heavy foxing, some headlines shaved. Teerink 467; Rothschild 825

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         [Perrault, Charles] Les Hommes Illustres Qui ont Paru en France

      Paris: Chez Antoine Dezallier, 1696-1700. First edition. Two volumes. Large folios. Contemporary full calf over boards, seven raised bands with one one morocco label and the rest ornately gilt. Volume one: 100pp., 3ff., including table; Volume two: [2ff.], 102p., [1f.], with various mispaginations owing to placement of portraits. A portrait of Perrault, and 202 portraits engraved in intaglio by Edelinck, Lubin, Van Schuppen and Duflos, including the two censored portraits of Arnauld and Pascal. First edition of this famous work, a wonderful copy with scuffing to calf covers, internally clean and bright. With contemporary owner inscriptions on both leaves opposite title pages: "Henry and Jane Birkbeck, April, 1820."

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         Les Hommes illustres qui ont paru en France pendant ce siècle. 2 vol. With 107 copper engravings, of which 104 plates

      Charles PERRAULT: Les Hommes illustres qui ont paru en France pendant ce siècle. Avec leurs portraits au naturel. 2 volumes. With 107 copper engravings, of which 104 plates, showing an allegoric frontispiece (after Bonet) and 103 portraits engraved by Gérard Edelinck, Jacques Lubin et al. incorporating captions and in parts armorials, as well as publisher's device (repeated) . Paris: Antoine Dezallier 1696 and 1700. Crown Folio (39:27 cm (binding), 38:26 cm (block) [8 not numb. leafs (index, front., title page, portrait of Perrault, preface)], [51 not numb. plates, p. 1-102; [2 not numb. leafs (title page, preface)], [50+2 (suppl.) not numb. plates], p. 1-102 Fully grained mid 19th century morocco over cardboard, thread-stitched on 5 raised bands, boards with gilt stamped filets, spines with ornamental gilt stamped title printing, red cut on all sides and multicolour marbled end papers. Well preserved copy of the 1st printing of this Who's Who of 17th century France, edited by Perrault, an influential figure in the French literary scene and leader of the „Moderns" during their quarrel against the „Ancients". All personalities are pictured with precise engravings by Gérard Edelinck, Jacques Lubin et al. after drawings and paintings by a number or artists. Starting with the omnipotent Cardinal Richelieu, there are to be found e.g. Colbert, Corneille, Descartes, Molière and Racine, as well as Blaise Pascal. His and D'Arnaulds portraits, due to censorship lacking in later print-runs, are well conserved in this copy of the 1st, as well as the engravings of their substitutes Thomassin and Du Fresne, bound in without the correspondent texts as supplements of vol. 2. Corners and margins of binding in parts worn, boards minimally scratched, inside in parts slightly finger-stained and minimally foxy, otherwise well preserved copy of this illustrious print on high quality mould paper. Former owner's („FvH") little stamp on frontispiece and title pages. Provenance: Eduard Böcking, renown German liberal historian and jurist, with his engraved bookplate, dated by hand („1848"), tipped-on front board verso of vol. 1. Böcking also contributed the hand-written index which a total of 105 names, mentioning also Charles de La Porte and Maximilien de Béthune that are actually not included. Calot, L'Art du livre en France, 110; Lipperheide Fb25; Rahir, La Bibliothèque de l'amateur, 579

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         Miscellanies . . . Collected by J. Aubrey, Esq

      London: Printed for Edward Castle, 1696, 1696. First edition. Wing A-4188; NCBEL II, 1682. Bound a little tightly; edges slightly rubbed; some scattered foxing; very good copy, and uncommon thus.. 8vo, contemporary calf rebacked, maroon leather label, gilt rules and lettering. Five woodcuts in the text. Lacking the front blank (A1). The only book by John Aubrey (1626-1697) printed in his lifetime, a compilation of entertaining anecdotes which he styled "A Collection of Hermitic Philosophy." It contains anecdotes on numerous subjects: Omens, dreams, apparitions, voices, impulses, marvels, magic, transportation by invisible powers, glances of love and envy, etc., interspersed with autobiographical details about the author. It was a popular work, though considered by many an eccentric one. There were later editions in 1721 and 1784, and Scott refers to it in his novel The Antiquary. "The Miscellanies make a pleasant bedside book, which the passing of two hundred and fifty years has not made dull," Anthony Powell, John Aubrey and His Friends (1963). Aubrey's famous Lives of Eminent Men (later Brief Lives) was not published until 1813.

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         Discourses Useful for the Vain Modish Ladies and their Gallants..

      1696. Vain Modish Ladies Shannon, Francis Boyle, Viscount [1623-1699]. Discourses Useful for the Vain Modish Ladies and their Gallants Under these Following Heads, Viz I. Of Some of the Common Ways Many Vertuous Women Take to Lose their Reputation, &c. II. Of Meer Beauty-Love, &c. III. Of Young Mens Folly in Adoring Young Handsom Ladies, &c. IV. Of the Power Womens Beauty Exercises Over Most Young Men. V. Of the Inconstancy of Most Ladies, Especially Such as are Cry'd-up Beauties, &c. VI. Of Marriage, and of Wives who Usurp a Governing Power Over their Husbands. VII. Of the Inequality of Many Marriages, With the Sad End that Usually Attend Such Matches. VIII. Against Maids Marrying for Meer Love, &c. IX. Against Keeping of Misses XI. Of the Folly of Such Women as Think to Shew Their Wit By Censuring of Their Neighbours. XII. Of the French Fashions and Dresses, &c. XIII. Of Wordly Praises Which All Ladies Love to Receive, but Few Strive to Deserve. XIV. Useful Advices to the Vain Modish Ladies, for the Well-Regulating Their Beauty and Lives. [London]: Printed for J. Taylor, At the Ship in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1696. [xx], 60, 199, [1] pp. Each discourse has caption title; register and pagination begin anew with the third discourse. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4"). Contemporary mottled calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, hinges mended. A few minor nicks, light rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, early inkstains to rear free endpaper. A handsome, well-preserved copy of a rare title. $3,500. * Only edition, one of two issues from 1696. Boyle was a privy councillor of Ireland and held the office of governor of County Cork. He was married to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and sister of the dramatist Thomas Killigrew. His wife had a daughter by Charles II, Charlotte Jemima Fitzroy [ca. 1650-1684]. Counting both issues, OCLC locates 10 copies worldwide. English Short-Title Catalogue R222490.

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         Miscellanies . . . Collected by J. Aubrey, Esq

      London: Printed for Edward Castle, 1696, 1696. First edition. Wing A-4188; NCBEL II, 1682. Bound a little tightly; edges slightly rubbed; some scattered foxing; very good copy, and uncommon thus.. 8vo, contemporary calf rebacked, maroon leather label, gilt rules and lettering. Five woodcuts in the text. Lacking the front blank (A1). The only book by John Aubrey (1626-1697) printed in his lifetime, a compilation of entertaining anecdotes which he styled "A Collection of Hermitic Philosophy." It contains anecdotes on numerous subjects: Omens, dreams, apparitions, voices, impulses, marvels, magic, transportation by invisible powers, glances of love and envy, etc., interspersed with autobiographical details about the author. It was a popular work, though considered by many an eccentric one. There were later editions in 1721 and 1784, and Scott refers to it in his novel The Antiquary. "The Miscellanies make a pleasant bedside book, which the passing of two hundred and fifty years has not made dull," Anthony Powell, John Aubrey and His Friends (1963). Aubrey's famous Lives of Eminent Men (later Brief Lives) was not published until 1813.

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         Discourses Useful for the Vain Modish Ladies and their Gallants.

      1696 - Vain Modish Ladies Shannon, Francis Boyle, Viscount [1623-1699]. Discourses Useful for the Vain Modish Ladies and their Gallants Under these Following Heads, Viz I. Of Some of the Common Ways Many Vertuous Women Take to Lose their Reputation, &c. II. Of Meer Beauty-Love, &c. III. Of Young Mens Folly in Adoring Young Handsom Ladies, &c. IV. Of the Power Womens Beauty Exercises Over Most Young Men. V. Of the Inconstancy of Most Ladies, Especially Such as are Cry'd-up Beauties, &c. VI. Of Marriage, and of Wives who Usurp a Governing Power Over their Husbands. VII. Of the Inequality of Many Marriages, With the Sad End that Usually Attend Such Matches. VIII. Against Maids Marrying for Meer Love, &c. IX. Against Keeping of Misses XI. Of the Folly of Such Women as Think to Shew Their Wit By Censuring of Their Neighbours. XII. Of the French Fashions and Dresses, &c. XIII. Of Wordly Praises Which All Ladies Love to Receive, but Few Strive to Deserve. XIV. Useful Advices to the Vain Modish Ladies, for the Well-Regulating Their Beauty and Lives. [London]: Printed for J. Taylor, At the Ship in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1696. [xx], 60, 199, [1] pp. Each discourse has caption title; register and pagination begin anew with the third discourse. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4"). Contemporary mottled calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, hinges mended. A few minor nicks, light rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, early inkstains to rear free endpaper. A handsome, well-preserved copy of a rare title. $3,500. * Only edition, one of two issues from 1696. Boyle was a privy councillor of Ireland and held the office of governor of County Cork. He was married to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and sister of the dramatist Thomas Killigrew. His wife had a daughter by Charles II, Charlotte Jemima Fitzroy [ca. 1650-1684]. Counting both issues, OCLC locates 10 copies worldwide. English Short-Title Catalogue R222490. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         1. Ling. 2. Homelyn. 3 Allon fish. 4. Anchovies. 5. Cole Whiting. 6. Skate. 7. Sea Crab. 8. Cray fish?- 17. Baccha, Pupblished by John Boydell, London

      Artist: Vandergucht Gerard ( - 1776) London; issued in: London; date: ca 1736 1696 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 39,5 x53,5; - description: Representation of a fish platter. This beautiful view shows 17 different fishes with crabs, lobster and shrimps.

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         DE OFFICIIS ITEM CATO MAIOR VEL DE SENECTUTE, LAELIUS, VEL DE AMICITIA PARADOXA

      VENEZIA: APUD ANTONIJ TIVANI, 1696. RILEGATO. BUONO. 8 14. USATO

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         IO. ANDR. DANZII MEDAKDEK, SIVE, LITERATOR EBRAEO-CHALDAEUS [BOUND WITH] MANUDUCTIO, UIAM OSTENDENS COMPENDIOSAM AD EBRAEAE LINGUAE [BOUND WITH] RABBINISMUS ENUCLEATUS, QUOAD EA, QUAE EBRAEO-CHALDAEIS [BOUND WITH] ADITUS SYRIAE RECLUSUS [4 TITLES BOUND TOGETHER]

      Jenae (Jena) : Bielckius. 1696 [AND] 1702 [AND. Hardcover. 1696; 1702; 1699; 1700. Period vellum boards. 8vo. 501, 28, 361, 118, 92 pages. 17 cm. In Latin with Hebrew, Aramaic, and Syriac. Johann Andreas Danz's (1654-1727) work on Hebrew grammar is a critical part of the larger canon of research on the Hebrew language. Danz attempted to perfect the study of Hebrew language and many of the terminologies that are used, even now, are attributed to him. However, at the time of writing, Danz inadvertently made the study of Hebrew grammar much more difficult than he had hoped. This work was the work that helped him create a name for himself, especially through his ideas of Hebrew antiquities. SUBJECTS: Hebrew language -- Grammar. Aramaic language -- Grammar. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Some period-era writing on the title page. Previous owner's stamps on notes page and title page. Internally Very Good Condition. Some wear to boards. Overall Very Good Condition. (HEB-52-3) .

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         Compendio Della Comedia Di Dante Alighieri

      Girolamo Albrizzi, Venetia 1696 - Divisa in tre Parti. Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso per la filosofia morale. Adornata con bellissime Figure e Geroglifici. Venetia, Appresso Girolamo Albrizzi, 1696. In 8vo, pergamena moderna, pp. 158, 1b., con 89 figure incise in legno nel testo a tre quarti ed a piena pagina,prese dall' edizione del Marcolini del 1544. Rara edizione originale. Esemplare con forellini di tarlo non gravi, ma abbastanza diffusi, che in rari casi ledono poche lettere. Da considerarsi un buon esemplare. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         IO. ANDR. DANZII MEDAKDEK, SIVE, LITERATOR EBRAEO-CHALDAEUS [BOUND WITH] MANUDUCTIO, UIAM OSTENDENS COMPENDIOSAM AD EBRAEAE LINGUAE [BOUND WITH] RABBINISMUS ENUCLEATUS, QUOAD EA, QUAE EBRAEO-CHALDAEIS [BOUND WITH] ADITUS SYRIAE RECLUSUS [4 TITLES BOUND TOGETHER]

      Jenae (Jena) : Bielckius. 1696; 1702; 1699; 1700. Period vellum boards. 8vo. 501, 28, 361, 118, 92 pages. 17 cm. In Latin with Hebrew, Aramaic, and Syriac. Johann Andreas Danz's (1654-1727) work on Hebrew grammar is a critical part of the larger canon of research on the Hebrew language. Danz attempted to perfect the study of Hebrew language and many of the terminologies that are used, even now, are attributed to him. However, at the time of writing, Danz inadvertently made the study of Hebrew grammar much more difficult than he had hoped. This work was the work that helped him create a name for himself, especially through his ideas of Hebrew antiquities. SUBJECTS: Hebrew language -- Grammar. Aramaic language -- Grammar. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Some period-era writing on the title page. Previous owner's stamps on notes page and title page. Internally Very Good Condition. Some wear to boards. Overall Very Good Condition. (HEB-52-3)

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         A Voyage to Suratt in the Year 1689 Giving a large Account of that City and its Inhabitants and of the English Factory there Likewise a Description of Madeira St Jago St Helena Johanna Bombay the City of Muscatt and its Inhabitants in Arabia Felix Mocha and other Maritine towns upon the Red Sea the Cape of good Hope and the Island of Ascention

      First edition. With two folding engraved plates & a folding table. 8vo. Contemporary calf, gilt, rebacked, armorial stamp to both boards; extremities slightly worn, a few minor stains to the boards, one plate with tear repaired. A few small marginal stains to the first dozen leaves, interior very clean and fresh otherwise. [xvi], 606pp. London, pr. for Jacob Tonson,

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         An Abridgment of Manwood's Forrest Laws, And of All the Acts of...

      1696. London, 1696. First edition. A Digest of Manwood for Hunters and Fisherman Manwood, John [d.1610]. [Cox, Nicholas (fl. 1673-1731), Editor]. An Abridgment of Manwood's Forrest Laws: And of All the Acts of Parliament Made Since, Which Relate to Hunting, Hawking, Fishing, Or Fowling. London: Printed for Nath. Rolls, 1696. [ii], 101 pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Recent period-style paneled calf, gilt title and blind rules to spine, endpapers renewed, blind tooling to board edges. Light rubbing to extremities with negligible light wear to spine ends. Title page printed within ruled border. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves. Small bookseller's label on verso of front free endpaper, Henry Sotheran Ltd. A nice copy. $750. * First edition. A member of Lincoln's Inn, a barrister, gamekeeper of Waltham Forest and a justice of the New Forest, Manwood was a leading authority on forest law. First published in 1598, his Treatise and Discourse of the Lawes of the Forrest was a standard text into the twentieth century. Cox's Abridgment was issued in two forms: as a section in the fourth edition of his treatise The Gentleman's Recreation, In Four Parts; (Viz.) Hunting, Hawking, Fowling, Fishing (1697) and as an independent work. Later editions of the Abridgment were published in 1705 and 1721. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 12 copies of the first edition, 4 in North American law libraries (UC-Davis, University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, Yale). Wing, Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America M553. English Short-Title Catalogue R2155.

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         Two proposals, humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament. I. That a duty be laid on malt, in the stead of the present duty on beer and ale; and likewise, that the several engagements that Revenue lies under, be transferr'd on that of malt. II. That a duty be laid on malt, and the present duty on beer and ale be continued. To which is annex'd an Accompt, what in all probability the frauds of brewers do amount to, and wherein such frauds are prejudicial to the King, to the Subject, and to the Trade itself: likewise by what means such grievances are most properly redress'd.

      London printed in the year 1696 - 4to, (2) + 26pp, old burnhole in leaf A3 affecting one word on verso, recently well bound in old style quarter calf gilt. A very good copy. First edition: the Lauderdale copy.> Wing B.5742. Goldsmiths 3258. Kress 1940. Massie 1358. Burnaby gives eight reasons why a malt tax would be just, profitable, efficient and speedy. Thus his first reason was that, 'Such a tax will be less than usually taxes are, by reason every person will pay proportionable in the price of malt. The more universal any tax is, it is to be supposed . to be the more equal; and I presume, no person will deny that such a tax will prove so universal, that not any person will escape paying his proportion according to his consumption, ergo, no person can complain; who consumes little, will have but little to pay'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         La France ruinée sous le règne de Louis XIV. Par qui & comment. Avec les moyens de la rétablir en peu de temps.

      Cologne [Hollande], Pierre Marteau 1696 - in-12, [214] pp. mal chiffrées 212 (il y a 2 ff. différents chiffrés 119-120) et un f. n.ch. de table des chapitres, basane brune mouchetée, dos à nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné, tranches mouchetées (reliure de l'époque). Traces de mouillures et d'humidité en fin de volume mais bon exemplaire. Deuxième sortie très rare sous ce titre pour l'année 1696, laquelle ne comporte normalement ni le frontispice ni la carte gravée par Nicolas de Fer que l'on a dans la première sortie, mais a en revanche une table des chapitres. Rappelons qu'il aurait existé une sortie de 1695, signalée par les contemporains, mais qu'aucun exemplaire n'est parvenu jusqu'à nous. En fait et sous un autre titre, il s'agit fondamentalement du même ouvrage que le "Testament politique de M. de Vauban" ou encore du "Détail de la France" (1695), dont une édition abrégée comporte d'ailleurs notre titre comme développement. Mais cette édition est infiniment moins courante que les deux autres versions, et elle ne comprend de toutes façons que le quart de la matière donnée dans le Détail. L'on sait l'importance capitale de ce texte dans le contexte économique difficile de la fin du règne de Louis XIV : sans écho aucun dans les milieux officiels dont il heurtait frontalement les intérêts (traitants, intendants, ministres), il connut cependant un succès de lecture prodigieux tant à la Cour qu'à la ville, et les éditions se multiplièrent. Cf. Barbier II, 503. Pierre de Boisguilbert et la naissance de l'économie politique (INED, 1966), I, p. 485.

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         1696 Pope Gregory XIII Corpus Juris Canon LAW Inquisition Gregory IX Decretals

      Coloniae Munatianae : Impensis Emanuelis & Joh. Georgii Konig, 1696. - 1696 Pope Gregory XIII Corpus Juris Canon LAW Inquisition Gregory IX Decretals “When I have a little money, I buy books; and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes.” Erasmus A huge late 17th-century printing of ‘Corpus Juris Canonici’ by Johannes Paulus Lancelottus. This work deals with the Ecclesiastical and Catholic law and papal decrees during the papacy of Pope Gregory XIII, Gregory IX, and Boniface VIII. Each of these popes is remembered for monumental events during the course of Catholic history including: • Gregory XIII commissioning the Gregorian calendar as the accepted calendar • Boniface VIII declaring the spiritual and temporal power were solely under the pope’s jurisdiction • Gregory IX’s canonic law ‘Decretals’ – which is found in all editions of ‘Corpus Juris Canonici’, including this 1696 edition. Item number: #1177 Price: $750 LANCELOTTUS, Johannes Paulus Corpus juris Canonici emendatum et notis illustratum ; Gregorii XIII . jussu editum ; Indicibus titulorum et canonum amnium nova methodo concinnatis, et appendice Paulli Lancelloti perusini adauctum: cujus partes in dicat aversa pagina ; Acc. novissime loci communes uberrimi . Itemque liber 7 decretalium novis aliquot constitutionibus auctus. Ed. haec postrema summa fide et diligentia . Coloniae Munatianae : Impensis Emanuelis & Joh. Georgii Konig, 1696. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 1278, 754, [4], 406, [3], 158 + [ca. 600p index] • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Language: Latin • Provenance: o from the library of a Jewish book collector in Prague – Guido Kisch • Size: ~9.5in X 7.5in X 3.75in (24cm x 19cm x 9.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1177 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         A Voyage to Suratt in the Year, 1689. Giving a large Account of that City, and its Inhabitants, and of the English Factory there. Likewise a Description of Madeira, St. Jago. St. Helena, Johanna, Bombay, the City of Muscatt, and its Inhabitants in Arabia Felix, Mocha, and other Maritine towns upon the Red-Sea, the Cape of good Hope, and the Island of Ascention.

      1696 - First edition. With two folding engraved plates & a folding table. 8vo. Contemporary calf, gilt, rebacked, armorial stamp to both boards; extremities slightly worn, a few minor stains to the boards, one plate with tear repaired. A few small marginal stains to the first dozen leaves, interior very clean and fresh otherwise. [xvi], 606pp. London, pr. for Jacob Tonson, From the library of the noted collector Philip Gosse, with his label to the front pastedown. In 1689, Ovington (1653-1731) sailed for India as chaplain on an East India Company ship. He landed at Bombay in May of that year but, despite staying for several months, decided against becoming the chaplain there (primarily due to the climate, which he thought unsuitable to Europeans). He then moved to Surat, which he found more agreeable and thus took up the chaplaincy; a position he kept for two and a half years. This work, which he no doubt conceived during his lengthy stay in Surat, presented new and highly valuable first-hand observations on the port city and other parts of western India. It also includes a detailed account of the city of Muscat: ?This part of Arabia, because of its pleasantness and fertility . has obtain'd the name Hyaman, which signifies Happy.? Present-day scholarship argues that this section (on the Arabian Peninsula), along with the section on the Great Mogul and his court, are ?not based on firsthand observations? (Lach & Van Kley, vol.III, p.579) and are therefore possibly unreliable descriptions gleaned from other texts. Appended are four treatises from other sources: an account of the succession crisis in Golconda, a description of Arkan and Pegu, a list of Indian coins, and a treatise on silkworms. Mendelssohn II, 131; Wing, 0701. Literature:Donald F. Lach & Edwin J. Van Kley. Asia in the Making of Europe. University of Chicago, 1998. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Les Forces de l'Europe, ou Description des principales villes ; avec leurs fortifications. Dessignées par les meilleurs ingénieurs ; partiulièrement celles qui sont sous la domination de la France, dont les plans ont esté levez par Monsieur de Vauban, Lieutenant général, & Premier Ingénieur des armées de Sa Majesté, & aussi la description de tous les instrumens servans à la fortification, à l'attaque & deffense des places, ensemble ceux qui servent pour l'artillerie, & la manière de dresser un camp devant une ville assiégée. Le tout recüeilli par les soins du Sr de Fer, géographe du Roy. Pour l'usage de Monseigneur le Duc de Bourgogne. Première [] partie.

      Paris, chez l'auteur, dans l'Isle du Palais, 1695-1696, - Neuf parties en un vol. in-4 oblong (27 x 37 cm), 226 planches, veau fauve granité, dos à nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné, pièce de titre cerise, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Habiles restaurations aux coins et coiffes. L'Atlas des Forces de l'Europe réunit des plans de villes fortifiées européennes. Il parut sous la forme de huit livraisons entre 1690 et 1695. Son titre primitif, Introduction à la fortification, forme l'intitulé de la première livraison, dont le frontispice fut conservé comme deuxième titre pour les parties suivantes. L'appellation "Forces de l'Europe" n'apparut qu'en 1691 avec la deuxième livraison. Le titre de la première partie est inscrit sur une draperie ornée des armes de France et de putti symbolisant la Géométrie et la Fortification. En haut de ce frontispice est figurée une scène de bataille où des fantassins tirent sur des cavaliers, et en bas du frontispice est représentée une bataille navale. Le titre de la deuxième partie est inscrit dans un frontispice signé N. Guérard I. et Fecit. On y voit une armée en campement avec, au premier plan le grand Dauphin entouré des ingénieurs Fritach, Marolois, Stevin et P. Sardi qui lui présentent leurs plans. A ces derniers, ainsi qu'aux oeuvres de Dogen, Pagan et Errard, le Dauphin préfère un projet de Vauban qu'il montre à sa droite. On lit au bas de la planche: "On avertit que ce livre est la seconde partie de l'Introduction a la Fortification, dont la premiere a été donnée l'année derniere, et que le Sr de Fer en donnera tous les ans une partie composée de pareil nombre de plans qui se vendront comme celle-cy à Paris chez l'auteur, dans l'Isle du Palais [.]." La neuvième partie forme en fait un autre titre, complémentaire, mais pas forcément joint. De fait, et pour résumer, la collation de l'ouvrage est particulièrement complexe : I. Première partie : Introduction à la fortification dédiée à Monseigneur le Duc de Bourgogne. [4] ff. n. ch. (titre-frontispice gravé, titre général en noir et rouge, titre de relais, table des figures et plans des villes avec leurs fortifications contenuës dans les huit volumes des Forces de l'Europe), 18 planches et plans, dont 17 légendées d'un feuillet explicatif en regard. II. Seconde partie : titre, et 24 plans. III. Troisième partie : titre, et 24 plans, dont un en dépliant (siège de Namur). IV. Quatrième partie : titre et 20 planches. V. Cinquième partie : titre, et 23 planches (dont le plan de Québec). VI. Sixième partie : titre, et 24 planches (dont Tripoli). VII. Septième partie : titre, et 25 planches. VIII. Huitième partie : titre, et 26 planches. IX. Les Costes de France, sur l'Océan & sur la Mer Méditerranée, &c., avec leurs fortifications. Levées et gravées par ordre exprès du Roy pour l'usage de ses armées de mer, dans lequel on voit la description exacte de toutes les côtes de la France, &c. Où sont exactement marquées les routes qu'il faut tenir, les bancs de sables, rochers & brasses d'eau ; & généralement tout ce qui concerne la navigation. Le tout fait sur les observations et l'expérience des plus habiles ingénieurs & pilotes : [2] ff. de titre, 42 planches (dont deux surnuméraires : Isle de Wight ; plan de la bataille de Fleurus), réalisées par de Fer, mais n'appartenant pas à cette série. Seconde édition augmentée de cet atlas maritime, paru pour la première fois en 1690, mais éclipsé dès 1693 par la parution du Neptune François. La table générale des 189 p Bon exemplaire. Jordan 1134. Polak 3375 (pour les Costes de France). Pastoureau, Atlas français, pp. 201-203 (Costes de France ne décrit que la première édition, avec 32 planches) et 203-212 (Forces de l'Europe). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Armorial Général de France. Recueil officiel. 1696-1709.

      No place, no name, no year (19th century). 4 vols. Folio. Red half linen with marbled boards and gold decorated spine with title sheld, shields worn. Bookblock loosening from the spine. Ca. 4000 pag. Exlibris Comte du Morant. No illustrations. Countless names with their blazons, ordered per Département. H219.

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