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         Pantes proph

      Lipsiae (Leipzig): Sumptibus Joh. Christophori Königii, 1697. First edition. Hardcover. f to vg. Octavo (8 x 5 1/2"). [20], 9-56, [2], 1099, (the following pages are misnumbered*) 2000-2099*, 3000-3018* (i.e 1218), 186, [8], 447, [1]pp. Original full vellum, with handwritten title to spine. Title pages in red and black lettering. Publisher's device on title pages. Added title facing main title page: PantAes Prophhtai kata tous hevdom

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         Pantes proph?tai: kata tous hebdom?konta, Prophetae omnes Ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum, Cum Libris Apocryphis [.] H? palaia diath?k? kata tous Hebdom?konta, Vetus Testamentum Graecum Ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum, Cum Libris Apocryphis, juxta exemplar Vaticanum Romae editum, & Anglicanum Londini excusum. Accesit Novum Testamentum juxta Oxoniensem editionem recusum, Cum parallelis Scripturae locis, & variantibus lectionibus, quae e plurimus manuscriptis & impressis codicibus studiose collectae sunt. Omnia accuratissime ad fidem optimorum codicum, emendatius quam unquam antea, expressa

      Sumptibus Joh. Christophori Königii, Lipsiae (Leipzig) 1697 - Octavo (8 x 5 1/2"). [20], 9-56, [2], 1099, (the following pages are misnumbered*) 2000-2099*, 3000-3018* (i.e 1218), 186, [8], 447, [1]pp. Original full vellum, with handwritten title to spine. Title pages in red and black lettering. Publisher's device on title pages. Added title facing main title page: PantAes Prophhtai kata tous hevdom?konta, Prophetae omnes ex versione Septuaginta interpretum, cum libris Apocryphis .; New Testament (last 447 pp.) has separate title: T?s Kain?s Diath?k?s Apanta. Novi Testamenti libri omnes. Accesserunt parallela Scripturae loca, nec non variantes lectiones ex plus 100. MSS. codicibus . The sequence of 186pp. between the Old and New Testaments has the following caption title: In Sacra Biblia Graeca ex versione LXX. interpretum Scholia; simul et interpretum Caeterorum : lectiones variantes. Decorative headpiece, tailpieces, and initials. "Though inferior to the London and Amsterdam editions in beauty of execution, [this work] is very far superior to them in point of correctness. The prolegomena of John Frickis prefixed to it, contain a critical notice of preceeding editions of the Septuagint Version, which is said to be very accurate" (see Thomas Hartwell Horne's "A Manual of Biblical Bibliography," Page 44, Nr. 9)."The LXX. was printed from a copy of the London edition of 1653, which follwed the Sixtine text. This was collated with the Aldine edition, and the variants found in that and in the Frankfort edition of 1597 (which closely followed the Aldine) are noted in an appendix. The New Testament text is printed from Fell's edition of 1675 (No. 4711 in Darlow and Moule), but the variant readings are relegated to an appendix. In the N. T. the references are printed immediately below the verse to which they belong.The Prayer of Manasses and a prologue to Ecclus, which are not found in the Sixtine edition, are apparently taken from an edition by J. A. Fabricius (1691) and appended to the Apocrypha.An engraved headpiece depicting Fridenstein appears before Genesis; a similar engraved headpiece depicting Altenburgum before Matthew, and a coat-of-arm with the motto "Amore et prudentia" before Isaiah." (See: Darlow and Moule, Vol. II, No. 4718).Binding darkened and partly age-toned. Spine partly detached, but still holding. The engraved frontispiece portrait of Frederick, Duke of Saxony is missing. Minor and sporadic foxing throughout. Introductory material (Dedication to Frederick, Duke of Saxony, and Prolegomena) in Latin, Bible in ancient Greek. Binding in overall fair, interior in good+ to very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Letter, Concerning Some Passages Relating to His Essay of Humane Understanding, Mention'd in the Late Discourse in Vindication of the Trinity. With a Postscript. [BOUND WITH] The Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Second Letter, etc

      - London: Printed by J.H. for Henry Mortlock at the Phoenix in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1697. Pp [1], 154, Errata at the end, with two-page publisher's advertisement. First edition (Wing S5557); [WITH]The Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Second Letter, wherein his Notion of Ideas is Prov'd to be Inconsistent with Itself, and with the Articles of the Christian Faith. London: Printed by J.H. for Henry Mortlock, 1698. Pp 178, Errata at the end, with six-page publisher's advertisement. First edition. Early full calf, decorative paneled boards in blind, ownership name in ink to upper cover and on title page vol (1), raised bands to spine. Shelf wear to binding head of spine worn, contents in fine condition throughout. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         NOTITIA GALLIAE. Item Ejusdem Notae Super appellationibus locorum aliquot, & Gentium apud Caesarem.

      Ex Musaeo Pauli Terhaarii, Amsterdam: (1697). - The second volume (of two?). Thick 8vo. pp. 501-862, (50), 224 + Engraved folding map, and engraved portrait plate. Edges colored brown. **Painted vellum binding and hidden lettered fore-edge** Early full vellum binding, decorated with small, bold pen drawings of ships sailing below a seven line motto in Latin (this text, no longer easily legible). On the rear board is an ink drawing of a Tudor rose. Painted under the brown fore-edge, and visible only when fanned, is the following text: "TULLIUM M. C. JULIUS CAESAR CICERONEM OB E GRECIAS EJUS / DOMITUM SALVUM ET INCOLUMEM / ESSE JOBEMUS C. JA BOIENUS / NOSTRIS ARMIS VIRTUTEQUE". Later manuscript vellum spine label: "INCERTA" (meaning uncertain or doubtful). Was this perhaps a critic's warning about the accuracy of the notes on Caesar that Scaliger gathered together? A UNIQUE AND ENTIRELY REMARKABLE ITEM. W154 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         NOTIZIE VARIE DELL'IMPERIO DELLA CHINA E di qualche altro paese adiacente, con la Vita di Confucio, il Gran Savio della China, e un saggio della sua morale.

      Firenze, da Giuseppe Manni, per il Carlieri, 1697. In-24 gr. (mm. 147x87), p. pergamena coeva, tit. ms. al dorso, XV,185,(3), marca tipografica al frontespizio; con l'emblema dell'Accademmia della Crusca xilografato a c. 4v. e al fine; ornato da fregi inc. su legno. Dedicato da Carlieri al Marchese Clemente Vitelli, maestro di Camera del Granduca di Toscana. Vi sono contenuti: “Relazione della China cavata da un ragionamento tenuto col Padre Giovanni Grueber della Compagnia di Gesu, di Lorenzo Magalotti - Alcune lettere latine del suddetto padre toccanti l'istesse materie - Confucii Vita - Scientiæ Sinicæ inter Confucii libros secundus, tradotto in latino da P. Prospero Intorcetta”. “Il testo della relazione deriva da un colloquio avuto dal grande scienziato e letterato Magalotti (1637-1712), insieme con C.R. Dati, nel gennaio 1666 con il gesuita autriaco J. Grueber, che aveva vissuto a lungo a Pechino; ne risulta un resocoto sempre in bilico tra scrupolo documentario ed evocazione fantasiosa, molto efficace dal punto di vista espressivo”. Così Diz. Biograf. Italiani,67, p. 303. "Rara edizione originale$, uscita in forma anonima. Cfr. Razzolini/Bacchi della Lega, p. 214: “Assai raro” - De Backer, p. 277. Fresco esemplare, ben conservato.

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         The Philosophy of Natural History.

      Two volumes (complete set). 28,5 cm x 23 cm. Pagination: Volume I: XIII, 547 pages / Volume II: XII, 515 pages. Modern, professional Hardcover-bindings (Half leather with gilt lettering on spine). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Slight foxing throughout. Includes for example the following essays: Vol I: On the Distinguishing Characters of Animals, Plants, and Minerals / The analogies between the plant and animal, arising from their structure and organs, their growth and nourishment, their dissemination and decay / Of the Organs and General Structure of Animals / How far peculiarities of structure are connected with peculiarities of manners and dispositions / Of the Respiration of Animals / Air necessary to the existence of all animated beings etc etc. Vol II: Of the utility in Method in every department of Science, and particularly in Natural History / Methodical arrangement into tribes and families, both in the animal and vegetable kingdoms, is evidently founded in Nature / An historical and characteristical Account of the writings and arrangements of the principal anicent and modern Naturalists / Of the Multiplication and Continuation of Species / Of Singularities in the Mode of Multiplying among certain Animals etc etc. William Smellie (5 February 1697, Lanark 5 March 1763, Lanark) was a Scottish obstetrician. He practiced medicine before getting a license, but enrolled later at the University of Glasgow and received his M.D. degree in 1745. After training in obstetrics in London and Paris, he opened a practice in London and began teaching. He invented a "machine", an obstetrical manikin, for instructions. Smellie described the mechanism of labour, designed obstetrical forceps, devised a maneuver to deliver the head of a breech, and published his teachings. He is believed to have painted his own portrait. Use of forceps by W.Smellie The William Smellie Memorial Hospital which provided maternity services in Lanark closed in the early 1990s and was re-located to a unit at the Law Hospital in Carluke. This was also closed recently and maternity services moved to Wishaw General Hospital. It has been alleged that Smellie was involved with either murdering or showing a callous disregard for where his corpses came from (as well as his former pupil William Hunter,and brother John Hunter). The supporting evidence for this theory includes the large number of pregnant corpses Hunter was able to obtain. However, this is widely contested by scholars, and so the debate continues. The tomb in which William Smellie (and later his wife) was buried still stands in the St. Kentigerns section of the state run Lanark graveyard. (Wikipedia).

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         Vida y hechos del Ingenioso Cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha. Parte primera ( tomo suelto)

      - Amberes, Henrico y Cornelio Verdussen 1697. Nueva edición corregida i ilustrada con 32 diferentes estampas. Encuadernado en pergamino blando. 7 hojas+611 páginas, 3 hojas. Algunos pequeños escritos y algunas hojas tostadas. 17x12 cm. Ref: 783 [LS/015478-783]

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         Two gore sheets from an 47cm diameter terrestrial globe, showing central and eastern Australia, dedicated to William III.]

      1697 - Venice, 1697. Two plates, each (at most) 125 x 335mm. Faint double image. Two globe gores, designed to be pasted onto a globe 46cm (18") in diameter. The left sheet shows central Australia with a vignette of natives hunting whales with spears; the right sheet show western Carpentaria and Tasmania, with the coast of New South Wales left blank, being unknown to Europeans for another 70 years. A wreath contains a dedication to William III, king of Great Britain, dated 1696. The sheets were published in Coronelli's very scarce 'Libro dei Globi', a collection of gore sheets of globes of different sizes.

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         The Whole Book of Psalms: With the Usual Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Together With all the Ancient and Proper Tunes sung in Churches, with some of Later Use. Composed in Three Parts, Cantus, Medius, & Bassus: In a more Plain and Useful Method than hat been formerly Published. The Third Edition, Corrected and Amended.

      London Printed by J. Heptinstall for the Company of Stationers; And are to be sold by Samuel Sprint. 1697 - 8vo, 172 x 112 mms., pp. [x], 288, with pages 287 - 288 missing but with xerox copy included, engraved frontispiece, music throughout text, late 18th century sheepskin, recent plain reback; small repair to leaf A1, but a good copy with the florid ownership inscription "William Boyer/ His Booke 1699" and further inscriptions in his hand on the recto of the frontispiece, the ownership inscription "Edith Mary Oakley/ her book/ August 1928" on the recto of the front free end-paper. Playford (1623 - 1686) first published this in 1677, and he composed at least one tune, "Bristol," that was included in his edition of the Psalms. After Playford's death, the second edition was published in 1695 by Henry Playford, his only surviving son. The last edition that I have traced is the 20th, published in 1757. ESTC locates the second edition of 1695 and the fourth edition of 1698 (from which the photocopies are taken), but copies of this edition can be found in the Folger and the Newberry.

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         Extensive ALS. to George Moore

      1697 - Folio. 4pp with integral blank. Antigua, 1 October, A wonderful early letter from the British West Indies. Financed by George Moore, the author sets out for Barbados in order to make his fortune. Despite a bright start, the letter soon reads like a sorry catalogue of misfortune. The purchase of a shipment of twenty hogsheads of sugar and 20 bags of cotton were thwarted by the captain of the vessel taking it back to England. Moreover, he was encouraged by one ?Judg Coats? to invest in a joint venture in the Bahamas (with an assurance of 200% profit). Crabb writes, ?This guilded pill deceived me and I became engaged.? It took some time and many further dealings, including being robbed by privateers, and even Coats's death(!) before Crabb realised how unreliable he was. Circumstances improve once Crabb moves to Antigua and the latter part of the letter documents his efforts to build an estate there. Joined by his wife and her slaves, they stayed with friends whilst Crabb built them a single room dwelling and stayed in that for over a year as he set about contructing a larger house. With the proceeds of an arbitration award, a mill and still house were erected and, despite a hurricane, the estate produced 50,000 lbs of sugar in its first year. Much of the money earned from this was used to cover outlays on slaves, draught cattle and horses and so Crabb assures Moore that ?I have by assistance of my wifes relations. soe setled it that every crop will encrease.? and promises that ?all that ever I make of the plantation when tis thoroughly settled shall certaynley pass through your hands.?

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         CAPITULACIONES hechas y concertadas entre el Conde de la Corzana, Maestro de Campo General del Exercito de España, y Gobernador de la Plaça de Barcelona de una parte, y el Duque de Vendosme, Capitan General del Exercito de Francia de otra parte, por la entrega de la Ciudad de Barcelona y Fuerte de Monjuî. (A la fin:) Barcelona à 10 de Agosto 1697.

      Sans lieu ni nom d'imprimeur (Barcelona ? 1697). - in-4. 12pp. Etui en cartonnage moderne genre ancien. Edition Originale. Relation d'une grande rareté publiée à la fin du siège de Barcelone de 1697, imposé par l'armée française sous le commandement du Duc de Vendôme (1654-1712). Elle donne le détail des conditions de la capitulation de la ville, qui était gouvernée et défendue par Diego Hurtado de Mendoza y Sandoval, Conde de la Corzana (1650-1720). Les 50 demandes faites par les autorités de Barcelone, ici exposées, furent toutes acceptées par l'armée du Duc de Vendôme sauf une, celle qui concernait l'Inquisition et qui demandait "que se permita y continue el Tribunal de la Inquisicion, como se ha hecho en tiempos de nuestros Reyes, con las mismas prerogativas, jurisdicion y Privilegios que tenia entonces". Palau, 43275. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Censura Censurae, seu Confutatio sententiae DD. Deputatorum Facultatis Theologiae Parisiensis, de Propositionibus per illos excerptis è Tomo primo Vitae SS. Virginis, Hispanicâ linguâ editae à Venerabili Matre Mariâ à Jesu Abbatissa Monasterij immaculatae Conceptionis Civitatis dè Agreda, et Gallicè redditae: cui expressus Latinè Titulus est, Mystica Civitas Dei etc. Cum observationibus, et notis in censuram. Quae sub ementito Facultatis Theologiae Parisiensis nomine vulgata est

      Coloniae Agrippinae, 1697. - in-4. 1f. 96pp. Plein vélin souple du temps. Edition Originale. Très rare réfutation de la censure prononcée par le Vatican, de la célèbre "Cité Mystique de Dieu" de Marie d'Agreda, l'une des œuvres spirituelles les plus représentatives de l'Espagne baroque du 17e siècle. Cette réfutation fut publiée clandestinement à Cologne par Thomas Crozet, qui publia finalement en 1715 la première traduction de Marie d'Agreda en français. L'interdiction qui frappait l'ouvrage, émise sur recommandation de Bossuet, ne fut levée que sous le pontificat de Benoît XIV et on compte aujourd'hui plus de 170 éditions en différentes langues. Piqûres à la page de titre, deux petites taches au feuillet C. Bon exemplaire dans son vélin d'origine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Hadriani Amynsicht Medici Germani Praestantissimi Thesaurus et Armamentarium Medico-Chymicum

      NAPOLI: Ex Typographia Caroli Troyse & Jo. Dominici Petriboni, 1697. rilegato. BUONO. 11 16,5. USATO

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         1697 Blaise Pascal Provincial Letters Witchcraft Sorcery JESUIT Philosophy Magic

      Cologne : Chez Nicolas Schoute, 1697. - 1697 Blaise Pascal Provincial Letters Witchcraft Sorcery JESUIT Philosophy Magic The “Provincial Letters” by Blaise Pascal are a collection of letters in defense of Antoine Arnauld, a Jansenist who was condemned for heresy. Because of the content and nature of the letters, Pascal wrote them under a pseudonym of Louis de Montalte and added satire, humor, and whit to them as to further himself from the letters. Pascal addresses controversial subject matter including witchcraft, magic, sorcery, and justification of assassinations. This two-volume collection of Pascal’s ‘Provincial Letters,’ published in 1697, includes his own response to the criticism he received for the work entitled ‘Response of the Provincial Letters’ from 1715. Item number: #1664 Price: $550 PASCAL, Blaise Les Provinciales ou Les lettres ecrites par Louis de Montalte a un provincial de ses amis et aux RR. PP. Jesuites. Dixieme edition, corrigee & augmentee de la Lettre d'un avocat du Parlement a un de ses amis. Cologne : Chez Nicolas Schoute, 1697. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 2 volumes o ‘Provinciales ou les lettres’ – 432p Signatures: *12, A-S12 o ‘Response aux lettres Provinciales’ – 404p Bruxelles, Frix, 1715. • Provenance: Bookplate – Mr. Le Vte. De Busseul, Lieutenant-General • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Language: French • Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) 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! 1664 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A PAULO RUBEO J C ROMANO SELECTARUM Partis quarta tomus tertius, partis quintae tomus secundus, pars octava, pars decima

      VENEZIA: Apud Paulum Balleonium, 1697. rilegato. BUONO. 23,5 34. I, II, III, IV USATO

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         De . civitate Noribergensi commentatio. Accedit de Germaniae phonascorum Von der Meister-Singer, origine, praestantia, utilitate, et institutis, sermone vernaculo liber.

      - Altdorf, J. W. Kohles, 1697. 4to. 1 Bl., 576 (recte 580) S. Mit gestochenem Porträt (J. Sandrart sculpsit), Titelvignette, 4 Kopfvignetten (davon 1 Nürnberg-Ansicht wiederholt), 1 gestochenen gefalteten Stadtplan (ca. 30 x 40 cm) aus der Vogelperspektive, 14 Kupfertafeln (davon eine mit 1 Bl. Erläuterung) und 6 Bl. Notenbeilage. Leder d. Zt. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. - Bedeutendes Werk zur Geschichte Nürnbergs. Zugleich Quellenwerk zur Meistersingerkunst und eine der ältesten literar- und musikhistorischen Monographien überhaupt. Der erste (lateinische) Teil enthält: De Noribergae rebus notabilibus, mit einem eigenen Kapitel über die Auseinandersetzungen zwischen der Stadt und den Hohenzollern als Burggrafen sowie dem "Carmen heroicum" auf Nürnberg von Eobanus Hessus. Der zweite deutschsprachige Teil (ab S. 433) enthält das "Buch Von Der Meister-Singer Holdseligen Kunst Anfang, Fortübung, Nutzbarkeiten und Lehr-Sätzen ." Diese Abhandlung diente Richard Wagner als Quelle für die dichterische und musikalische Konzeption sowohl der 'Meistersinger' wie des 'Tannhäusers'. Ebenso bildet sie die Grundlage zu E. Th. A. Hoffmanns Novelle 'Der Krieg der Sänger'. In polyhistorischer Manier hat Wagenseil dieser Abhandlung noch eine Vorrede über die "vermuthliche Herkunfft der Zigeiner" beigefügt, in der er beweisen will, daß die Zigeuner ursprünglich aus Deutschland gebürtige Juden waren. Die Kupferstiche beziehen sich bis auf das Porträt des Meistersingers Wilhelm Weber alle auf den ersten Teil. Sie zeigen u.a. das Sebaldus-Grab von Peter Vischer, das St. Lorenzer Sakramentshäuschen von Adam Kraft, den Hauptmarkt mit dem Schönen Brunnen, die Reichkleinodien, Patrizier-Wappen und Bürgertrachten. - Berieben, Ecken und oberes Kapital bestoßen, Vordergelenk mit Einriß. Meist nur leicht gebräunt, Titel mit altem Stempel. Paginierung mehrfach ungenau, S. 429-32 doppelt paginiert. - VD 17 12:134556; MGG XIV, 74; Eitner X, 151; Wolffheim II, 891; Faber du Faur 1513; Lipperheide Da 29. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Sammelband mit 6 kontroverstheologischen Schriften von protestantischer Seite gegen die katholische Kirche aus den Jahren 1697-1725.

      - Verschiedene Orte u. Verlage, 1697-1725. 12mo. Pergament d. Zeit (etwas fleckig). 1. G. NITSCH. Send-Schreiben an einen wackelnden Lutheraner, Welcher Zion mit Babel, Das Licht mit der Finsterniß, Und . das Rechtgläubige Lutherthumb, Mit dem Abergläubigen Papstthum, Zu verwechseln incliniret. Hannover u. Wolfenbüttel, Freytag, 1697. 144 S. - Eine Widerlegung der lehrmäßigen, schriftmäßigen und kirchenhistorischen Argumente für einen Übertritt zur katholischen Kirche. - Vgl. RE XV, 685. - 2.-3. J. F. MAYER. Papistischer Catechismus, Und Desselben Schutz-Schrifft. Nebst einem Neuen Anhange Etlicher Päpstischen Catechismus-Fragen. 2 Teile. Köln, Marteau (fingiert), 1717. 1 Bl., 94; 139 S. - Zuerst 1676 erschienene böse Katechismus-Parodie. Bei allen 10 Geboten lehre die katholische Kirche das genaue Gegenteil. Angesichts der Marienverehrung formuliert Mayer auch das Glaubensbekenntnis "feministisch" um und natürlich folgt dann ein "Mutterunser". Mayer war - auch gegenüber dem Pietismus - einer der streitbarsten Vorkämpfer der lutherischen Orthodoxie. - Nicht bei Walther, Marteau/Hammer. - 4. (H. W. FRATZSCHER; pseud.:) SINCERUS EVANGELICUS. Schrifftmässige Prüfung Des Römisch-Catholischen Glaubens-Bekäntnisses, und dessen so genannter Kurtzen Schriftmässigen Erklärung, Welche nebst Petri Canisii kleinem Catechismo ohnlängst zu Erfurt ans Licht getreten . nebst einer Vorrede Joan. Franc. Buddei. Jena, Ritter, 1724. 8 Bl., 272 S. - Der Verfasser, damals Pastor in Erfurt, wurde später Konsistorialrat und Generalsuperintendent des Fürstentums Sachsen-Coburg. - Meusel III, 467. - 5. Ph. J. JÖRGEN (?). Daß die Römische Kirche Nicht bey denen Worten Christi Joh. 8, v. 31 . geblieben, Sondern vielmehr ohne Ursach gröblich davon abgewichen . Jena, Ritter, (1724). 60 S. - Sog. Widerrufs- oder Revokationspredigt eines "aus der Finsternüß des Papstthums zu dem Licht der evangelischen Wahrheit durch göttliche Erleuchtung gebrachten" Konvertiten Philipp Jacob Jörg(en). Bibliografisch für uns nicht nachweisbar. - 6. F. A. HALLBAUER. Christliche und Schriftmäßige Warnung, Vor der Römisch-Päbstischen Lehre, Nach Anleitung des unfehlbaren Göttlichen Worts, Und Evangelischen Catechismi, Für einfältige Hertzen gestellet, Daraus zu lernen wie die Römische Lehre und Gottesdienst, alle Hauptstücke deß Catechismi umstosse; zugleich auch allen sichern Trost der Seelen wegnehme. O.O. u. Verlag 1725. 118 S. - Frühe Schrift Hallbauers, damals Adjunkt der Phil. Fakultät, später Professor der Theologie in Jena. - Dieser Titel nicht bei Meusel. - Durchgehend gebräunt, Stempel auf dem 2. u. dem Schlußblatt.

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         Hadriani Amynsicht Medici Germani Praestantissimi Thesaurus et Armamentarium Medico-Chymicum

      Ex Typographia Caroli Troyse & Jo. Dominici Petriboni, NAPOLI 1697 - LATINO Tardo seicentina in pelle bruna che presenta un lieve stato di usura ai margini dei piatti, titoli manoscritti al dorso, buone condizioni generali dell'intero volume, taglio annerito e lievemente frastagliato, pagine fortemente imbrunite con aloni scuri sparsi, fruibilità non compromessa, trattato medico-filosofico in latino a cura di D. Caroli Musitani e A. Battimelli, al frontespizio diverse firme di appartenenza manoscritte, marca tipografica illustrata ad elemento allegorico-pagano, all'incipit capolettera in arabesco e testatina a fregio monarchico, formato in octavo con segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami

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         Bit. Arte oggi in Italia. Art: what's happening in Italy today. Tutto il pubblicato

      ED912 Edizioni di cultura contemporanea, 1697. Stampata in 9 fascicoli (di cui un numero doppio biforme), la rivista apre lo sguardo sull''arte contemporanea anche internazionale prestando sempre più attenzione alle influenze sociali e politiche dello spirito libertario del tempo, ne è testimone la grafica che progressivamente diventa sempre più avanguardistica. Da ricordare che la copertina in cui una donna dipinge di giallo un poliziotto costò l'imputazione di istigazione contro le forze dell'ordine a Gianni Sassi (art director), Sergio Albergoni (socio editore) e persino Giangiacomo Feltrinelli in qualità di distributore librario (nelle sue librerie pare fosse in vendita anche la bomboletta!). In redazione Germano Celant, Mario Diacono, Daniela Palazzoli, Tommaso Trini; numerosissimi gli interventi di artisti, tra cui Enzo Mari, Baruchello, George Brecht, John Cage, Kounellis, Munari, Simonetti e molti altri. Una piccola mancanza al dorso del penultimo numero, per il resto in ottimo stato. (1967: N.1 mar., N. 2  mag., N. 3/4  giu./lug., N. 5  nov., N. 6  dic. ; 1968: N. 1  apr., N. 2  mag., N. 3  giu., N. 4  s.d.)

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         PINDARI OLYMPIA, NEMEA, PYTHIA, ISTHMIA. Una Cum Latina Omnium Versione Carmine Lyrico Per Nicolaum stdorium[Cura Richard West, Robert Welsted].

      Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford 1697 - full engraved frontispiece, engraved title page, (7), blank, (15)pp., blank(8)pp., 497pp, (92)pp. index, (4)pp. index autorum, 77(1)pp, (1)pp. eratta. The full Greek text is printed with the Latin translation facing it and with the paraphrases and notes and commentary printed beneath, a fine work by the printer Fitz-Herbert Adams. bound in contemporary panelled calf newly rebacked old style, bookplate and front blank fly leaf removed, a few intermittent leaves lightly browned or foxed, a very good clean example of the first edition of the first Pindar printed in England and Rare as such. Wing P 2245. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Specimen sapientiae indorum veterum. Id est liber ethico-politicus pervetustus, dictus arabice Kalila wa-Dimna graece Stephanites kai Ichnelates, Nunc primum Graece ex mss. cod. Holsteiniano prodit, cum versione nova Latina, opera S. G. Starkii.

      Berlin, Rüdiger, 1697. - 8°. 16 Bll., 508 SS., 18 Bll., Titel mit gestochener Vignette Neuerer Pappband mit Buntpapierbezug VD17 39:120930K; Fabula Docet 29. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser philologischen Edition einer griechischen Überlieferung mit lateinischer Übersetzung von Sebastian Gottfried Starcke (1668-1710) - durchgehend in griechisch-lateinischem Paralelleldruck und auch typographisch bemerkenswert durch die Verwendung der eleganten griechischen Type von Schmidt und den arabischen Zitaten auf dem Titel und im Vorwort. Die äusserst einflussreiche Fabelsammlung, die oft der wohl mythischen Figur des Bidpai zugeschrieben wird, ist in der Sanskrit-Version als Panchatantra, im arabischen Raum als Kalila wa Dimna bekannt. Sie floss in die Geschichten ein, die dem Aesop zugeschrieben werden und fand mit zahlreichen Motiven auf verschiedenen Wegen Eingang in die abendländische Literatur. - Starcke druckt hier erstmals ein griechisches Manuskript ab, das er ebenfalls erstmals ins Lateinische übersetzt. Das Vorwort zeichnet die Überlieferungsstränge durch die indische, persische und arabische Tradition nach. "- Titel mit kleinem privatem Stempel (und ausgeschieden), etwas gebräunt, sonst sauber. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         KING ARTHUR. An Heroick Poem. In Twelve Books. To which is annexed, an Index, explaining the names of countrys, citys, and rivers, &c.

      London, Awnsham and John Churchil, and Jacob Tonson, 1697.. FIRST EDITION IN 12 BOOKS 1697, (the first edition appeared in ten books in 1695 under the title: Prince Arthur). Folio, approximately 330 x 200 mm, 13 x 8 inches, pages: Title page, i- xvii, [1] errata, 1-343, [8] - index, bound in full contemporary panelled calf, blind decoration to covers, sometime rebacked in lighter calf with raised bands, no lettering or label. Covers slightly worn and lightly pitted, small chip to surface on lower cover, corners slightly worn, inner paper hinges cracked, small pale water stain to title page, light crease to lower corner of title page and next few pages, slight worming to lower margin of title page persisting but decreasing to page 195, small pale damp stain to lower inner margin from page 335 to the end of the index, otherwise contents bright and clean. A very good tight copy. ESTC R235060. Sir Richard Blackmore (1654-1729) was a physician and a poet with a passion for writing epics. He supported the Glorious Revolution, and his first epic Prince Arthur (1695) was a celebration of William III. The poem was based on the form of Virgil's The Aeneid and the subject matter of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae. It told of the Celtic King Arthur opposing the invading Saxons and taking London, which was a transparent encoding of William III opposing the "Saxon" James II and taking London. William made Blackmore physician-in-ordinary (a position he would hold with Queen Anne as well), gave him a gold medal, and knighted him in 1697. Among Blackmore's admirers were John Locke and Dr Johnson who did him the honour of writing his life for his Lives of the Poets. Blackmore's next epic, King Arthur, has the same hero "yet 'tis another entire poem" (author's Preface), not as some have stated an enlarged reworking of the Prince Arthur. It takes different episodes of his life from Geoffrey of Monmouth, namely the expedition to invade France and the conquest of Paris. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         A Collection of Tracts, publish'd in Vindication of Mr. Lock's Reasonableness of Christianity, as delivered in the Scriptures; and of his Essay concerning Humane Understanding. London: A. And J. Churchill, 1697-1706.

      - First edition. Samuel Bold was one of five people to whom Locke presented copies of the fourth edition of the Essay concerning Humane Understanding (1700). Also, the Preface of Locke's Second Vindication of The Reasonableness of Christianity (1697) consists mostly of Locke's grateful letter of acknowledgement addressed 'To Mr. Bold'. This collection, behind its new main title-page dated 1706, contains first printings of all the following six works, each with its own original title-page: 'Bold was installed as rector at Steeple in Dorset in 1682. It was from there, in 1697, that he commenced the work for which he is chiefly remembered, his defence of John Locke. Locke's The Reasonableness of Christianity had appeared in 1695 and was immediately attacked as Socinian by the Calvinist John Edwards in Socinianism Unmasked (1696). Locke's own Vindication (1695) and Second Vindication (1697) of the Reasonableness of Christianity against Edwards were supported by Bold who, in 1697, entered the field with A Short Discourse of the True Knowledge of Christ Jesus in which he contended with Locke that Christ and the apostles considered it sufficient for a Christian to believe that Jesus was the Christ. Bold published two further works in that year, contra Edwards, in defence of Locke and his own Short Discourse, and in 1698 added Observations on the animadversions on a late book entituled, the Reasonableness of Christianity, again in defence of Locke. In 1699 Bold turned his attention to the vindication of Locke's other great work, the Essay Concerning Humane Understanding (1690) which by then was already in a second edition but which had attracted unfavourable comment. Bold's Some considerations on the principal objections and arguments against Mr. Locke's essay of humane understanding (1699), together with his earlier work in support of The Reasonableness of Christianity drew the comment that Bold was ‘one of the ablest advocates of Mr. Locke’ (Hutchins, 1.612), as well as Locke's own unstinted gratitude. Bold was frequently mentioned in Locke's correspondence with great regard and Locke wrote to him in 1699 ‘everything must be welcome to me that comes from your pen’ (N&Q, 137), although in 1703 when Bold visited Locke at Otes (or Oates) he was dissuaded by Locke from further publication. In 1706, however, after Locke's death, Bold's earlier publications in defence of Locke were republished, together with some of his more recent works, in A collection of tracts publish'd in vindication of Mr. Locke's Reasonableness of Christianity. One of these later works, A Discourse Concerning the Resurrection of the Same Body (1705), seems to have been generated by Bold's assimilation of Locke's views on human existence, resulting in a major shift in Bold's own thinking regarding the nature and destiny of man' (ODNB). PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Six parts in one volume, 8vo, [iv], 55, [ii], [vi], 52, xvi, 52, [v], 124, [iv], 60, [xii], 206, [2] pp., contemporary calf, rebacked, armorial bookplate of John Bold of Grange, early ownership inscription on front free endpaper and early annotations on main title verso showing through, browned in places (heavily in the fourth work), generally good copies, all very rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De l'Art de la Verrerie. Où l'on apprend à faire le Verre, le Cristal & l'Email. La manière de faire les Perles, les Pierres précieuses, la Porcelaine & les Miroirs. La méthode de peindre sur le Verre & en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Métaux, Minéraux, Herbes & Fleurs. Ouvrage rempli de plusieurs Secrets & Curiosités, inconnues jusqu’à présent.

      - Paris, Jean Jombert, 1697. In-8, plein veau marbré, dos lisse orné de compartiments garnis de filets, palettes et fers spéciaux dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin bronze, filet à froid sur les coupes (rel. vers 1720), (16), 602, (5) p. 8 planches hors texte gravées dont une sur double page et 2 repliées, montrant fours et outillage. Edition originale, illustrée de 8 planches, de ce célèbre traité sur l'art, la fabrication et le travail du verre, cristal, émail, perles, pierres précieuses et porcelaine, peinture sur verre et émail, ainsi que sur l’art de préparer les couleurs à base de métaux, minéraux, herbes et fleurs. Plusieurs chapitres concernent les pierres précieuses et les moyens de les imiter; d'autres traitent de la création et l'application des émaux, mais aussi des glaces, miroirs et de leur entretien. Le texte recèle de nombreuses références à l’alchimie et à la Pierre philosophale. Jean Haudicquer de Blancourt, né en Picardie vers 1650, consacra sa vie aux études généalogiques et héraldiques ainsi qu’à la chimie et l'alchimie. En 1701, il fut condamné aux galères pour falsification de titres de noblesse, peine qui fut commuée en prison à vie. Ses papiers et collections furent confisqués et déposés à la Bibliothèque Royale. (Duncan, 5804. Duveen, 281. Ferguson, I, 367. Wellcome, III, p. 223). Quelques fines annotations anciennes à la plume dans les marges, apportant des précisions. Petites traces de restauration à la reliure. Cachet de bibliothèque et signature du "comte de Plélo" (p.1): Louis de Bréhan, comte de Plélo (1699-1734), officier supérieur, diplomate et homme de Lettres. Bel exemplaire, très frais, très bien relié. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Ars Magna, generalis et ultima: quaru(m)cun & artium et scientiarum ipsius Lull.

      8. 4 Bll., CXXIV num. Bll. Mit Titelvign., Druckermarke, 10 Diagrammen (dav. 3 ganzseit., 2 auf einer gefalt. Taf.) in Holzschn. sowie zahlr. ornament. Initialen. Zweispaltiger Druck. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. Marmor. Pbd. d. 18. Jhdts. m. goldgepr. Rückensch. Graesse IV, 295 Cat. générale...Bibl. Nationale CI, 836f. Adams L, 1697 Palau 143693 Duveen, Suppl. 236 Panzer VII, 318, 349 - Dritte Ausgabe, erste v. Bern. de la Vinhetta herausg. "Lulls most famous work on logics. He here develops a method which, as he believed, would enable one to evidence the essential unity of science, and to attain encyclopedic and certain knowledge from above alost automatically." (Duveen) - R. Lull (ca. 1232 - 1315) katalan. Dichter, Theologe, Missionar, Philosoph wurde wegen seines enzyklopäd. Werks - so auch hier - "Doctor illuminatus" bezeichnet. Er lehrte in Paris u. Montpellier. Ab 1263 versuchte er die alleinige Wahrheit der christl. Lehre zu beweisen um vor allem die arabische Welt zu missionieren. Nach seiner Auffassung muß der Glaube durch den Verstand unterstützt werden, der die Glaubenswahrheiten aus den Prinzipien einer christl. Universalwissenschaft, der "Ars Magna" od. "Ars generalis", so der vorlieg. Titel seines Hauptwerkes, ableitet.

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         KING ARTHUR. An Heroick Poem. In Twelve Books. To which is annexed, an Index, explaining the names of countrys, citys, and rivers, &c.

      London, Awnsham and John Churchil, and Jacob Tonson, 1697. FIRST EDITION IN 12 BOOKS 1697, (the first edition appeared in ten books in 1695 under the title: Prince Arthur). Folio, approximately 330 x 200 mm, 13 x 8 inches, pages: Title page, i- xvii, [1] errata, 1-343, [8] - index, bound in full contemporary panelled calf, blind decoration to covers, sometime rebacked in lighter calf with raised bands, no lettering or label. Covers slightly worn and lightly pitted, small chip to surface on lower cover, corners slightly worn, inner paper hinges cracked, small pale water stain to title page, light crease to lower corner of title page and next few pages, slight worming to lower margin of title page persisting but decreasing to page 195, small pale damp stain to lower inner margin from page 335 to the end of the index, otherwise contents bright and clean. A very good tight copy. ESTC R235060. Sir Richard Blackmore (1654-1729) was a physician and a poet with a passion for writing epics. He supported the Glorious Revolution, and his first epic Prince Arthur (1695) was a celebration of William III. The poem was based on the form of Virgil's The Aeneid and the subject matter of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae. It told of the Celtic King Arthur opposing the invading Saxons and taking London, which was a transparent encoding of William III opposing the "Saxon" James II and taking London. William made Blackmore physician-in-ordinary (a position he would hold with Queen Anne as well), gave him a gold medal, and knighted him in 1697. Among Blackmore's admirers were John Locke and Dr Johnson who did him the honour of writing his life for his Lives of the Poets. Blackmore's next epic, King Arthur, has the same hero "yet 'tis another entire poem" (author's Preface), not as some have stated an enlarged reworking of the Prince Arthur. It takes different episodes of his life from Geoffrey of Monmouth, namely the expedition to invade France and the conquest of Paris. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A JOANNE BAPTISTA COMPAGNO J. C. ROMANO SELECTARUM PARTIS DECIMAE OCTAVE TOMUS PRIMUS.DECIMA SEXTA DECIMA QUINTA

      Apud Paulum Balleonium, VENEZIA 1697 - LATINO 3 Volumi rilegati in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso in bella grafia. Famosa marca tipografica dell' editore raffigurante l' aquila biteste al frontespizio in rosso e nero. Testo su due colonne. Richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Fioritura alle pagine, da segnalare su alcune pagine lavorio di tarlo di tarlo, macchie brunite. Segni del tempo e usura alle coperte. iL Tomo con la parte quindicesima risulta molto compromesso dal tempo con macchie e lavorii di tarlo. Parte diciottesima tratta le deliberazioni della Sacra Rota dal 1673 al 1674, la parte sedicesima quelle dal 1669 al 1670. la parte quindicesima quelle dal 1667 al 1668. I tomi fanno parte dell' Opera in 24 volumi

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A PAULO RUBEO J. C. ROMANO SELECTARUM Partis quarta tomus tertius, partis quintae tomus secundus, pars octava, pars decima

      Apud Paulum Balleonium, VENEZIA 1697 - LATINO 4 secentine rilegate in tutta pergamena appartenenti all' Opera in 24 volumi. Questi raccolgono le deliberazioni della Sacra Rota dall' anno 1624 al 1626, dal 1638 al 1640 e dal 1647 al 1649. Tutte con titolo manoscritto al dorso in bella grafia, marca tipografica dell' editore raffigurante l' aquila biteste al frontespizio in rosso e nero. Testo su due colonne.Fioritura alle pagine, al tomo pars decima mancanza al margine sup e alcune pagine con lavorio di tarlo, usura alle coperte e ai dorsi. Presenti richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A PROSPERO FARINACCIO J. C. ROMANO SELECTARUM PARS PRIMA PARS SECUNDA

      Apud Paulum Balleonium, VENEZIA 1697 - LATINO Secentine rilegate in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso in bella grafia. Elegante marca tipografica xilografata al frontespizio in rosso e nero, segue lettera dedicatoria con bel frontalino e capilettara xilografati. Richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Testo su due colonne.Fioritura alle pagine in particolare al tomo parte seconda, da segnalare al tomo I piccoli fori di tarlo, macchie brunite. Segni del tempo e usura alle coperte. I tomi fanno parte dell' Opera in 24 volumi

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A PAULO RUBEO J. C. ROMANO SELECTARUM Partis quarta tomus tertius, partis quintae tomus secundus, pars octava, pars decima

      Apud Paulum Balleonium, 1697. LATINO 9 4 secentine rilegate in tutta pergamena appartenenti all' Opera in 24 volumi. Questi raccolgono le deliberazioni della Sacra Rota dall' anno 1624 al 1626, dal 1638 al 1640 e dal 1647 al 1649. Tutte con titolo manoscritto al dorso in bella grafia, marca tipografica dell' editore raffigurante l' aquila biteste al frontespizio in rosso e nero. Testo su due colonne.Fioritura alle pagine, al tomo pars decima mancanza al margine sup e alcune pagine con lavorio di tarlo, usura alle coperte e ai dorsi. Presenti richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli USATO

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A JOANNE BAPTISTA COMPAGNO J. C. ROMANO SELECTARUM PARTIS DECIMAE OCTAVE TOMUS PRIMUS...DECIMA SEXTA...DECIMA QUINTA

      Apud Paulum Balleonium, 1697. LATINO 7 3 Volumi rilegati in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso in bella grafia. Famosa marca tipografica dell' editore raffigurante l' aquila biteste al frontespizio in rosso e nero. Testo su due colonne. Richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Fioritura alle pagine, da segnalare su alcune pagine lavorio di tarlo di tarlo, macchie brunite. Segni del tempo e usura alle coperte. iL Tomo con la parte quindicesima risulta molto compromesso dal tempo con macchie e lavorii di tarlo. Parte diciottesima tratta le deliberazioni della Sacra Rota dal 1673 al 1674, la parte sedicesima quelle dal 1669 al 1670. la parte quindicesima quelle dal 1667 al 1668. I tomi fanno parte dell' Opera in 24 volumi USATO

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         SACRAE ROTAE ROMANAE DECISIONUM RECENTIORUM A PROSPERO FARINACCIO J. C. ROMANO SELECTARUM PARS PRIMA...PARS SECUNDA

      Apud Paulum Balleonium, 1697. LATINO 4,5 Secentine rilegate in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso in bella grafia. Elegante marca tipografica xilografata al frontespizio in rosso e nero, segue lettera dedicatoria con bel frontalino e capilettara xilografati. Richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Testo su due colonne.Fioritura alle pagine in particolare al tomo parte seconda, da segnalare al tomo I piccoli fori di tarlo, macchie brunite. Segni del tempo e usura alle coperte. I tomi fanno parte dell' Opera in 24 volumi USATO

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         Extensive ALS to George Moore

      Folio. 4pp with integral blank. Antigua, 1 October,

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         Viaggi del P. Coronelli. Parte Prima. Consecrati all' illustriss., ed eccellentiss Signore Conte Lazzaro Ferro di gloriosa memoria, e Presentati all' illustriss., ed eccellentiss Signore Conte Giovanni di lui Fratello, Patritj Veneto etc. Viaggi del P. Coronelli Parte Seconda, consecrati all' eccellenza reverendissima, di Monsignore Giovanni Casimiro Ab-Alten Bokun, referendario dell' una, e l'altra signatura, Protonotario Apostolico, inviato straordinario del regno du Polonia Alla Santa Sede, alla Serenissima Republica Di Venetia, ed agli altri Sovrani dell' Italia etc.

      Battista Tramontino,, Venetia per Gio (Venise), 1697 - [1] 4ff, 216pp, 2ff, 3ff, 232pp. Edition originale de cet ouvrage de toute rareté. Texte (en italien) seul, sans les planches qui n'ont jamais été montées dans cet exemplaire. Le dernier feuillet de texte de la deuxième partie (liste des gravures) est également manquant. Les Viaggi de Coronelli sont une sorte de guide touristique rempli de ses notes de voyages, de nombreux commentaires sur les habitudes locales et de descriptions détaillées des villes visitées : Venise, Castelfranco Veneto, Bassano del Grappa, Padoue, Vicence, Vérone, Trente, Bolzano, Ispruch, Monaco, Augusta (Sicile), Nuremberg, Wurtzbourg, Francfort, Bad Mergentheim, Mayence, Coblence, Boppard, Bonn, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Rheinberg, Nimègue, Emmerich am Rhein, Rees, Tiel, Bomel (Namur), Dortmund, Limbourg, Nuitz, Cleves, Alkmaar, Rotterdam, Delft; Loosduinen, Leiden (Leyde), Rendsburg, Haarlem, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Gouda, Brielle, Angleterre : Londres (la City, Kensington), Windsor, Oxford, Cambridge et Harwich. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (né le 16 août 1650 à Venise - mort le 9 décembre 1718, dans la même ville) est un moine franciscain conventuel et docteur en théologie italien, à la fois cartographe, cosmographe, fabricant de globes et encyclopédiste. Sa carrière de cartographe débute en 1680, avec la construction d'une paire de globes, l'un terrestre, l'autre céleste, pour le duc de Parme, Ranunce II Farnese. À l'occasion d'une mission diplomatique, César, cardinal d'Estrées, visite la bibliothèque du duc de Parme, y découvre les globes, et décide d'engager Coronelli et de l'héberger à Paris pour qu'il réalise deux globes en l'honneur de Louis XIV. De retour à Venise en 1684, Coronelli fonde l'Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti, destinée à diffuser ses publications dans toute l'Europe. Il reçoit l'année suivante le titre de Cosmographe de la République de Venise. Après un nouveau voyage à Paris, de 1686 à 1687, il demeure à Venise jusqu'en 1696, période qu'il met à profit pour publier plusieurs cartes, et la première partie de son Isolario en 1696. Avec deux ambassadeurs vénitiens, il quitte la République de Venise en 1696 pour un voyage de deux ans, qui l'emmène en Germanie, en Hollande, puis en Angleterre et, notamment, à Oxford où il est salué avec honneurs à l'Université. Il publie ses Viaggi l'année suivante. Livres Un coin émoussé, des traces de frottements, notamment sur les 3 autres coins, les mors et la coiffe inférieure, une ancienne étiquette en pied du dos, 2 tampons découpés sur la page de titre et la suivante, page de garde partiellement détachée mais non manquante, sinon bel et rare exemplaire. Reliure de l'époque en plein veau moucheté havane, dos à 4 nerfs guillochés orné de fleurons et fers dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, dentelle dorée sur les coupes et coiffes, tranches marbrées. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         GLI ANTICHI SEPOLCRI, OVVERO MAUSOLEI ROMANI, ET ETRUSCHI, trovati in Roma & in altri luoghi celebri; nelle quali fi contengono molte erudite Memorie: Raccolti, disegnati & intagliati

      - Roma, 1697, Stamperia Antonio de Roffi. 1 vol. in-fol.: 23.5 x 34.5 cm, XIV pp., [114] pl. grav. Première édition de cet ouvrage.Avec 112 gravures à pleine page et 2 à double page, chiffrées à l'encre de 1 à 110. Très belle reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre en chagrin brun. Quelques rousseurs, sans défaut. Très belle planches. Graesse, I, 303

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         Carte de la Mer du Sud.

      Artist: Anson Georg ( - 1762) London; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1748 1697 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 31,5 x 86,5; - description: chart of the northern Pacific Ocean with Japan, the Philippines, and California; -vita of the artist: Admiral of the Fleet George Anson (1697 -1762) , was a Royal Navy officer. The interrest of his friend, the poet richard Cambridges encouraged him to issue the historical work: An account of the war in India between the English and French, on the coast of Coromandel, from the year 1750 to the year 1760. Together with a relation of the late remarkable events on the Malabar coast, and the expeditions to Golconda and Surat. T. Jefferys, London 1761.

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         Fortune in her wits, or the hour of all men. Written in Spanish by the most ingenious Don Francisco de Quivedo Villegas author of the visions of Hell. Translated into English by Capt John Stevens

      London: Printed for R. Sare at Gray's Inn Gate, F. Saunders in the New Exchange, and Tho. Bennet in St Paul's Church Yard, 1697 [xvi], 131, [1] pages. ESTC R5377 with leaf A8 blank which is correct. Ink ownership inscriptions at start and finish - Wm Marrow his booke 1720. Also a later inscription to page iii - Alicia Anne Thring given her by her mother 1835. In 19th century full leather, lacking the lettering piece from the spine. Small amount of worming to the first few pages, scarcely visible.. Full leather. Good.

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         Le Nobiliaire de la Province de Dauphiné (Complet en 4 volumes, 1697)

      - Chez François Champ libraire, 1697 à Grenoble. 4 volumes au format in 12, bien complet du 4e tome « Supplément au Nobiliaire du Dauphiné ». comprenant 42 ff (Épître à Monseigneur le Duc de Lesdiguière + Sonnet + table), 357 pages, 20 ff (table) + 397 pages, 9 ff (table) + 3 ff, 695 pages + 25 ff, 360 pages, 2 ff. Le tout dans un reliure d'époque en plein veau, dos à nerfs et richement ornementés, coiffe basse du 4è volumes abîmée avec manque, tranches rouges mouchetées. Joli ensemble, bien complet et fort rare, contenant l'ex-libris armorié du Comte Godefroy de Montgrand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Dictionaire Historique Et Critique : Tome Premier, Premiere Partie A - B, and Tome Second, Seconde Partie P - Z. - 2 VOLUMES OF A 4 VOLUME SET.

      Rotterdam : Reinier Leers. 1697 - First Edition, 1697. First Printing Large folio, thick heavy books. Note: The first edition of Bayle's famous dictionary was published in four volumes. This listing is for the first and last volumes only. Boards poor. Pages good to very good, and complete. Due to the poor binding, text block may have cracks. Most minimal ex-library mark. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Alle de werken van P. Ovidius Naso vertaalt door Abraham Valentijn. Met privilegie van de Edele Groot Mogende Heeren Staten van Holland en West-Vriesland. Amsterdam, Pieter Mortier, 1697.

      - Contemporary parchment binding. 150 x 90 mm, 12º: (dl 1:) pi2 *6 (-*4) A-K#12 L#8, [14] 256 pp.; (dl 2:) pi#2 A-Q#12, [4] 382 pp.; (dl 3:) pi#2 A-Q#12, [4] 338 [44] pp. Three identical engraved title pages with a circular portrait engraving. Part II has 15 etchings by C[oenraad] Decker. Little foxing, good copy. Prose translation (prozavertaling) of the complete works of Ovid (and more, because some poems are now known not to be Ovid’s). The works are arranged in the usual chronological order: first the heroines letters (Heldinnenbrieven) and erotic poetry (erotische poezie), then the metamorphoses, illustrated with 15 engravings by C Decker and in part III the incomplete calendar (only six of the 12 months) and mourning songs and letters from the Black Sea. These last two titles were written by Ovid while he was in exile. The translator, Abraham Valentijn (1640 – after 1697) was preceptor and rector at the Latin School in Dordrecht and from 1681 also the librarian for the Dordrecht city library. In his dedication to Mayor Adriaan van Blyenborch, he blames previous Ovid translators that they had not studied Greek historians and poets enough, thus "op tallijke blinde klippen gestooten sijn" (which means that they had a lot of difficulties translating). The 15 prints by Decker for the first edition of Valentijn’s translation, which appeared at Daniel Gaasbeeck at Leiden, are only a small part of the originally intended prints. When you read the message to the binder in the back, you’ll see that there was another set of prints (124 pieces!) that could have been bound with the Metamorphoses. The translation by Valentijn was followed by a third edition, this time with notes by the Amsterdam based physician and literary Ludolf Smids. ZKL0060

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         Dictionnaire Historique et Critique. 2 Teile in 4 Bänden.

      Reinier Leers, Rotterdam 1697 - Folio. Mit 4 wiederholten gestochenen Titelvignetten. 2 Bl., 12, 712 S. (Teil 1 / A - B); 1 Bl., S. 713 - 1359, (1) S. (Teil 1 / C- G); 1 Bl., 710 S. (Teil 2 / H - O); 1 Bl., S. 711 - 1331, (1) S., 28 Bl. (Teil 2 / P - Z). Lederbände der Zeit mit geprägter Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung, Rückenschildchen und Innenkantenfileten. "Wohl das amüsanteste und geistreichste Wörterbuch, das jemals geschrieben wurde"(E. Friedell), hier in der ersten Auflage. - Zischka 7 (gibt als 1. Ausgabe ' Rotterdam, 1695 - 1697' an); Graesse I, 314; vgl. Brunet I, 711 (spätere Ausgaben). - Das vorliegende Werk entstand als Erwiderung zu "Le Grand Dictionnaire Historique" des Abbé Louis Moréri (1643 - 1680), der die von ihm behandelten Gegenstände aus kirchlicher Sicht beurteilt. Pierre Bayle (1647 - 1706) plante ursprünglich eine "kritische Neubearbeitung des Moréri" (Zischka XXXVIII), daraus entwickelte sich aber eines der ersten vom Geiste der Frühaufklärung geprägten Nachschlagewerke. Es handelt sich nicht um ein Wörterbuch im heutigen Sinne, sondern um ein Namenslexikon, "das in alphabetischer Anordnung Biographien und die Darstellung von Werken bedeutender Persönlichkeiten aneinanderreiht." (KLL III 2670). Formal gliedern sich die einzelnen Beiträge in einen meist kurzen Textteil und einen mitunter ausufernden Anmerkungsapparat, in dem die eigentliche geistige Auseinandersetzung mit dem jeweiligen Stichwort stattfindet. Hier ist der Platz für Bayles "gewagteste Anspielungen und Unterstellungen" (Carter-Muir 155), die dem Werk seinen skurrilen Charakter verleihen. - Bayle, als Sohn eines protestantischen Pastors geboren, wechselte 1669 zum Katholizismus und rekonvertierte 1670 zum Calvinismus. Er studierte Theologie und cartesianische Philosophie. Später ging er freiwillig ins Exil nach Rotterdam, wo er 1681 eine Professur übernahm und das vorliegende Werk verfaßte. - Außengelenke stellenweise gebrochen; Kapitale schadhaft und teils fehlend; stärker beschabt und bestoßen. Vordere Spiegel jeweils mit handschriftlicher Bibliothekssignatur; fliegendes Blatt von Band 1 mit handschriftlicher Widmung; fliegendes Blatt und Titel von Band 3 und Band 4 jeweils mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk; Titelblätter jeweils mit 2 Stempeln (unleserlich); gebräunt und vereinzelt wasser- und stockfleckig.

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         Elegia funebris in obitum illustrissimi Henrici Casimiri, Nassaviæ D.G. principis. Leowerdiæ, apud C.T. and G. Hoochslag bibls., 1697, 2o, 7 pp.

      - Bound together with: 2. Condoleance of Rouw-statigh beklagh, aan [.] princesse Æmilia, [.] over het schielijk afsterven van haar hooghwaerde gemaal [.] Henrik Casimir, Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjallings and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 8 pp.3. In tristem & inopinatum obitum [.] Henrici Casimiri, [.], principis Nassaviæ. / (By Augustinus Segius), Leowerdiæ, apud C. Tjallingii and G. Hoochslag bibl., 1697, 1 p.4. Rouw klagt voor de doorluchtighste [.] vrouw Amelie [.], ter eeuwige gedachtenisse van haren zeeghaften gemaal, furst Henrik Casimir, Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjallings and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 6p. 5. Lessus Elegiacus ad celsissimam ducem, viduam, Æmiliam Anhaltinam, super acerbissimâ & tristissimâ morte serenissimi ac fortissimi principis, mariti, Henrici Casimiri Nassovii. / (By Franciscus Elgersma), Leowerdiæ, apud C. Tjallingii and G. Hoochslag bibl., 1697, 4 pp. 6. Treur-rym klaagelijk uitgeboesemt over den [.] dood van den allerdoorlugtigsten en dappersten vorst Henrik Casimir. / By Theodorvs Antonides, Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjalligs and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 9 pp. 7. Rouw-klagt, uitgestort op het onverwagt en droevig overlyden van [.] Henrik Casimir. / (By Johannes Winia), Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjallings and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 6 p (met stuk tekst in Hebreeuws). 8. Ter onsterffelyke gedachtenis van den doorluchtigen vorst Henrik Kasimir, erfstadthouder van Vrieslant. / (By Joannes Brandt), Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjallings and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 6 pp. 9. Lykklagten over de dood van den doorlugtigen en hoog-gebooren prinse Henrik Casimier. / (By W.W. van Ranouw), Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjallings and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 8 pp. 10. Ter gedagtenisse wegens het droevig afsterven van den doorluchtigsten hoochgebooren prins Henrik Casimir. / (By R. Roukema), Leeuwarden, printed by K. Tjallings and G. Hoogslag, 1697, 4 pp. 11. Nauwkeurige afbeelding der lijk-statie van [.] Maria Louisa. / By Abraham Ferwerda and [engr. by] Rienk Jelgerhuis, Leeuwarden, A. Ferwerda, 1765, with 22 plates in very good condition of the funeral. Pages folded from original 1o size to 2o. 12. Lijkrede over Openb. XIV: vers 13. ter gelegentheit van het smertelijk afsterven van [.] Maria Louise, landgravin van Hessen-Cassel. / By Joh. Henr. Schrader, Leeuwarden, printed by H.A. de Chalmot, 1765, 48 pp. In 8o. Bound in later linnen binding with marbled plates.

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         The Praise of York-shire Ale, Wherein is enumerated several sorts of Drink, with a Discription [sic] of the Humors of most sorts of Drunckards. To Which is added, a York-shire Dialogue in its pure natural dialect, as is now commonly spoken in the North parts of York-shire. With the Addition of some Observations, of the Dialect and Pronuntiation of Words in the East Ryding of York-shire. Together with a Collection of significant and usefull proverbs. By G.M. Gent.

      York J. White for Francis Hildyard at the Signe of the Bible in Stone-Gate 1697 - Octavo (16 x 10.8 cm). Title, leaf 'To the Reader', 124 pp.; title and last page a bit darkened, marginal paper repairs to several corners including title-page without loss of letters, one leaf with scuff a bit obscuring text, second leaf slightly cropped at bottom not affecting text. Early nineteenth century polished calf gilt, gilt fillets to covers, spine gilt with raised bands, red and tan morocco labels lettered in gilt, ; sometime rebacked preserving spine, a very good example. Reader, here's sportive mirth and harmless Droll, Come buy and Read, and laugh thy Belly full. When thou hast done, if thou condemn me for 't, Then I have made my self, and not thee sport; That man is too morose, and much to blame, That doth condemn all mirth to be profane: All Ages have of lawful mirth allow'd; If too much time in it were not bestow'd. Here thou hast mirth, with small expence of time, I've taken paines, the pleasure will be thine. With "a pioneering dialect glossary, preceded in print only by John Ray's" (ODNB). This glossary is the fourth part of the publication, taking more than 30 pages (pp. 89-124): "For'th lang Lane, is when a thing is borrowed with an intention never to be pay'd again". The first part (pp. 1-32) is the Praise itself, an imaginative poem relating Bacchus' adventures in Yorkshire in an interesting mix of English, dialect and Latin. It was first published in 1685. It is followed (pp. 33-78) by A York-Shire Dialogue in its pure Natural Dialect [.] in the North parts of York shire, first published in 1683. Reader here's Folly, come and Laugh thy fill, He neer did good, that never did no ill. The third part (pp. 79-81) is of great interest for the study of pronunciation some 300 years ago, as it contains Some Observations concerning the Dialect and various Pronunciation of words in the East-Riding of Yorkshire. The Collection of Significant and usefull Proverbs, some of which are apropriated to York-shire" (pp. 83-88) teaches us that "Best is best Cheap", or that "Better heve a Mouse in the Pot than neay Flesh". This is the third edition of the Dialogue, the second of the Praise - a much enlarged edition "with additional dialect material" (ODNB). Scarce: we could trace only three copies of this edition at auction in the last 40 years, and none of the other editions of the Praise and the Dialogue. ESTC R19511. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Kinder- und Hebammen-Büchlein: oder Wolgegründeter Underricht [wohlgegründeter Unterricht]/ wie sich die Wehemüttern und Vorgängerinnen gegen Schwangern Weibern in der Geburt/ gegen den Jungen Kindern aber nach der Geburt zu verhalten haben.

      Basel, Verlag Emanuel und Joh. Georg Königen 1697; (EA); ca 17x10 cm; (8) 277 (11) Seiten mit gest. Frontispiz und 10 Kupfertafeln; Pergamenteinband der Zeit (Einband fleckig und bestoßen, Stempel auf Innendeckel, Seiten teils etwas gebräunt, Kupfer fleckig und teils etwas flau im Druck; sonst gutes Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Medizin

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien]
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        The True Nature of Imposture Fully Displayed in the Life of Mahomet. With a Discourse Annexed, for the Vindicating of Christianity from this Charge; Offered to the Consideration of the Deists of the Present Age ... The Second Edition Corrected.

      London, Printed for William Rogers, at the Sun against St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleetstreet, 1697. Two parts in one volume, 8vo. Near contemporary sprinkled calf with raised bands; pp. [2], xxiii, [5], 162; 180; wear to extremities; internally, apart from a few spots a very clean and good copy. The dean of Norwich was well-versed in Arabic and Hebrew and 'his main fame as a writer has rested on two frequently reprinted works, his Life of Mahomet (1697) and his Connection (1716-18). The former's title states its purpose - The True Nature of Imposture Fully Displayed in the Life of Mahomet - and the life itself is followed by a long Letter to the Deists identifying seven marks of imposture chargeable on 'Mahometism' but not on Christianity. Prideaux's learned footnotes and bibliography of thirty-six Arabic authorities imply original research in manuscript sources; but, as P. M. Holt shows, everything derives from printed editions (with Latin translations) or citations and references in Christian writers' (ODNB). ESTC R7105.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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