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        Marriage ceremonies, or, The ceremonies used in marriages in all parts of the world

      London: Printed for Abel Roper 12mo (16 cm; 6.25"). [8], 112, [12] pp.. 1697 Third edition in English, but the first with this title. Originally published in Paris, 1680 as Les cérémonies nuptiales de toutes les nations, it was first published in English in 1685 as Nuptial rites, of which ESTC locates only the British Library copy, and a second time in 1687 with the title changed to Matrimonial customs, of which ESTC locates only the copies at the British Library, Oxford, Ohio State, and UCLA's Clark Library. The title-page of a 1698 edition takes it on to note that the work is "very diverting, especially to the ladies," and later printings also telegraph what might be called its "extra-educational" pleasures. While the Irish and Scots are discussed, the English and Welsh are not. Commentary on the rest of the world is surprisingly inclusive: China, Japan, Maluccas, Maldives, Syria, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Florida, the Caribbean, Cuba, Colombia, India, and so on. Some attention is paid to a few religions or sects — Catholics, Calvinists, Lutherans, Moors, the Druses — and an index entry points to the "Negroes" of "Serrelionia." Having previously noted the paucity of reported copies of the first and second editions, we note that searches of NUC, WorldCat, ESTC, and COPAC locate only seven copies of this edition in U.S. libraries and two in British. Recent quarter red morocco. Foxing and age-toning, yet clean, pleasant, and strong; a good, complete copy.

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        Nouvelle D‚couverte d'un trŠs GrandPays Situ‚ Dans L'Am‚rique, entre Le Nouveau Mexique, et La Mer Glaciale.Avec les Cartes, & les Figures necessaires, & de plus l'HistoireNaturelle & Morlae, & les avantages, qu'on en peut tirer parl'etablishement des Col

      Utrecht. Guillaume Broedelet. 1697.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 12mo,14.3x 7.5cm. engraved half-title frontis, 2 large folding maps & 2folding plates, in full contemporary style calf by Sangorski andSutcliffe, blind ruled raised bands, gilt titles and blind decorationsin the panels, gilt-ruled inner dentelles, original blanks leavespreserved, a fine clean copy. (cgc) T.P.L. 83; Lande 423; Sabin 31349;Church 762; The First Edition of this account of Hennepin's travels inwhat is now the United States and Canada. His work forms one of the mostimportant volumes in the early history of North America. Following uponthe discovery of the Mississippi by Marquei and Joliet, La Salle set outin 1678 to open up this fertile basin. The chronicler of his expeditionwas Father Louis Hennepin, who explored the upper reaches of theMississippi while La Salle was retracing his way to raise funds forrenewing his voyage, after its disastrous exper-ience on the IllinoisRiver. Hennepin may have touched the site of the future city ofMinneapolis. His work forms one of the most important volumes in theearly history of North America. He lived for eleven years on thiscontinent and penetrated farther into the then unknown interior thananyone before him. He was the discoverer and explorer of the upperreaches of the Mississippi and the first to describe Niagara Falls,exaggerating their height, however to above 600 feet. He tells of thebuilding of the new Fort Crevecoeur which was named by the IndiansChecagou (Chicago), describes Fort Frontenac and the Great Lakes,recounts the travels and death of La Salle and the Capture of Quebec bythe English in 1629, and gives many details regarding the manners andcustoms of the Indians. Hennepin has been maligned through the ages forhis plagiarism, however this should not detract from his monu-mentalcontributions to the history of early North American exploration. .

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        Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra . etc . (Greek title)

      Oxford, 1697. xii; 183; (xxviii) pages. Engraved frontispiece, woodcut on title. BOUND WITH . Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra, Obscurum Poema. Cum Graeco Isaacii, seu Potius Joannis, Tzetzae Commentario . Joannes Potterus. 1702, second edition. x; 174; (xvi); (ii) pages. New endpapers with old lending label of the Devon & Exeter Institution on the front pastedown. Early calf boards rubbed at edges, with an old reback, front board now nearly detached again. A sound clean copy. First work in Greek and Latin. The second work is Scaliger's verse translation of the Alexandra into iambics. First Ed. Very Good. Folio.. Book.

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        "Im Wirtshaus". Gasthausszene mit zechenden Soldaten.

      . Feder in Braun, braun laviert, über Bleistift, mit Bleistiftlinie umrandet, auf bräunlichem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Pro Patria, links unten mit Bleistift innerhalb der Darstellung signiert "J.L.E. Morgenstern.", verso betitelt "Im Wirtshaus." sowie rechts unten bezeichnet "Joh. Ludw. Ernst Morgenste". Darstellungsgröße 16,7:21,5 cm, Blattgröße 21,2:31,5 cm. Mit Fehlstelle im Oberrand rechts, Annotation im weißen Rand unten und mit leichtem Lichtrand rundum. Provenienz: Aus dem Nachlaß der Familie Morgenstern; Frankfurter Privatbesitz.. Johann Ludwig Ernst Morgenstern war Schüler seines Vaters, des Porträtmalers Johann Christian Morgenstern (1697-1767). 1766-1768 studierte er an der Akademie in Salzdahlum unter Ludwig Wilhelm Busch (1703-1772), dem Inspektor der dortigen Gemäldegalerie. In dieser Zeit betätigte sich Morgenstern als Pferde- und Schlachtenmaler in der Art des Georg Philipp Rugendas (1701-1774). Es folgte 1768 ein kurzer Aufenthalt in Hamburg als Restaurator bei einem Gemäldehändler. Er fertigte sich Kopien sämtlicher von ihm restaurierten Gemälde fremder Meister an, wodurch er sich einen reichen Motivschatz sicherte. 1769 arbeitete er in Frankfurt bei Christian Georg Schütz d.Ä. (1718-1791), dessen Landschaftsbilder Morgenstern mit Figuren staffierte. Auf Einladung der Witwe des des Hessen-Darmstädtischen Hofmalers Johann Conrad Seekatz (1719-1768) kam Morgenstern im Mai 1770 in die Residenzstadt, wo er bis Ende Juli 1772 lebte um im Atelier Seekatz' dessen Gemälde kopierte. Seitdem blieb er in Frankfurt ansässig. Danach wechselte er in den Großbetrieb des Malers, Kupferstechers und Kunsthändlers Johann Andreas Benjamin Nothnagel (1729-1804). Morgenstern beschäftigte sich hauptsächlich als Architekturmaler, wobei er sich die Niederländer des 17. Jahrhunderts zum Vorbild nahm, und gehörte zu den Frankfurter Künstlern, die in der Gemäldesammlung von Goethes Vater vertreten waren. Goethe und seine Schwester Cornelia erhielten bei ihm Zeichenunterricht. Goethe erwähnt Morgenstern im Achten Buch von "Dichtung und Wahrheit".

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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

      London: Printed for William Rogers, at the Sun against St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleetstreet, MDCXCVII, 1697. First edition. [4], xxiii, [5], 192; 152 pp. 8vo. Contemporary calf, covers worn, joints repaired, new black leather label lettered in gilt; internally, an immaculate copy, complete with half-title. First edition of one of this early life of Mohammed by Prideaux (1648-1724), dean of Norwich. The purpose of the book is fairly well announced by the title. The LIFE is followed by the A LETTER TO THE DEISTS (issued together, but with a separate title pages and pagination) identifying seven marks of "imposture" attributable to 'Mahometism' but not to Christianity, as a kind of warning to the "schismaticks" and deists of the day. Interestingly, Prideaux's knowledge of near-Eastern languages stands him in good stead here, and his list works quoted cites an impressive list of 36 Arabic sources. Wing P3416

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        Sammelband mit 4 protestantischen Schriften des späten 17. und des frühen 18. Jahrhunderts zu Martin Luther und der Reformation. 1. Druck (1. Titel), 2. Druck (2. Titel), 1. Druck (3. Titel), früher Nachdruck der EA von 1702 (4. Titel). 4 Titel in 1 Band.

      Leipzig, Jena, Dresden und Leipzig, Cölln bzw. Köln (d.i Büdingen), 1697-1703 u. ca. 1703.. 90 S., 1 Bl., 1 weisses Bl., 1 Doppelblatt (Titel), 4 Bll., 338 S., 111 S., 8 Bll., 174 S. Ohne das gest. Frontispiz (Portrait) des ersten Titels. 8°, Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.. Enthält: 1. Hoffmann, Gottfried (hier anonym): Curieuser Geschichts-Calender, des Hocherleuchteten und von Gott zur Verbesserung der Christlichen Kirchen auserwehlten Mannes D. Martin Lutheri, darinnen sein geführtes Gottseliges Leben und seeliges Absterben, wie auch seine um der Evangelischen Wahrheit willen erlittene viele Verfolgungen (...) nebst verschiedenen zur Erläuterung der Kirchen-Historie des vorigen Jahr-Hunderts dienliche Merckwürdigkeiten enthalten, und auf eine neue Art vorgestellet worden. 1. Druck Leipzig, Friedrich Groschuff, 1697.(90 S., 2 Bll., davon das letzte weiss - ohne das Titelportrait); 2. Baier, Johann Wilhelm: Gründliche Erweisung daß Lutherus, und die es Ihm gehalten weder an der Trennung der Kirchen noch der Ihnen beygemessenen Ketzereyen schuldig seyn (...). 2. Druck (zuerst 1695). (Jena), Johann Bielcke, 1697. (doppelblattgrosser Titel, 4 Bll., 338 S.); 3. Hilscher, Paul Christian: Beantwortung eines Päpstischen Büchleins, so unter dem Titul: Strittige Glaubens-Fragen von einem Ohne-Nahmen zu Prage Anno 1702. mit Bewilligung der hohen Obrigkeit, heraus kommen. Dresden und Leipzig, Johann Christoph Mieth, 1703. (111 S.); 4. Karl, Bernard Peter (Pseudonym: Jeremias Heraclitus Christianus): Lutherus ante Lutheranismum, oder Die Uhrälteste Evangelische Wahrheit, aus D. Mart. Lutheri Schrifften und eigenen Worten wiederholet. Früher Nachdruck der EA. von 1702. Köln (Cölln), Theophilus Philadelphus (d.i. Büdingen, Regelin), (um 1703). (8 Bll., 174 S.). Einband etwas fleckig und leicht berieben; obere Schnittkante mit Schabspur (wenige mm in den weißen Rand hineingehend); Vordervorsatz herausgetrennt; Bezug beider Innendeckel (Spiegel) etwas fleckig (hinterer Spiegel auch schwach wasserfleckig) und etwas angerändert; erste Bll. leicht angerändert (Randknickspuren); etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt; vereinzelt Anstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand. Zu. 1: Vd 17 23:243754P/ zu 2: VD 17 39:145334L/ zu 4: Holzmann-Bohatta: Dt. Pseudonymen-Lexikon, S. 125; Weller: Fingierte Druckorte, S. 35.

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        De l'art de la verrerie. Ou l'on apprend a faire le Verre, le Cristal, et l'Email. La maniere de faire les Perles, les Pierres precieuses, la Porcelaine, et les Miroirs. La Methode de peindre sur le Verre et en Email. De tirer les couleurs des Metaux, Mineraux, Herbes et Fleurs.

      Paris, Jombert, 1697.. 8vo. 8 Bl., 602 S., 3 Bl. Mit 8 Kupfertafeln, davon 1 gefaltet, 1 doppelblattgroß. Leder d. Zt.. Erste Ausgabe. - Lehr- und Handbuch der Glas-, Emaille-, Schmuck- und Porzellanherstellung, der Glasmalerei und Farbengewinnung aus Pflanzen. Die Kupfer zeigen Schmelzöfen mit Erklärungen der verschiedenen Arbeitsschritte und Werkzeuge. - Rücken mit kleineren Bezugsfehlstellen, große Fehlstelle am Vorderdeckel mit Leder ergänzt. Etwas gebräunt. - Duncan 5804 (irrige Kollation); Ferguson I, 367; Duveen 281.

      [Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip]
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        Nouveau recueil de secrets et curiositez, Les plus Rares & Admirables de tous les Effects, que l'Art & la Nature sont capables de Produire. Cinquie'me Edition. ... composez par le Sr. D'Emery.

      Amsterdam, Pierre Mortier, 1697.. 5. Auflage. 2 Bände. Ca. 16 x 10 cm. Gestochenes Frontispiz, 3 Blätter, 424 Seiten, 14 Blätter, mit 8 Kupfer-Tafeln; Gestochenes Frontispiz, 1 Blatt, 460 Seiten, 12 Blätter. Lederbände der Zeit mit Farbschnitt.. Einband berieben, oberes Kapital vom 2. Band bestoßen. Beide Bände mit gestochenem Exlibris (Rudolph Graf von Abersperg und Traun) und seinem Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatz und Monogrammstempel auf Titel. Band 2 mit kleinem Wurmgang am vorderem Innengelenk, Vorsätze teils mit Abklatsch des Ledereinschlags. Fleckenfreier Innenzustand.

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        Les Oeuvres de Monsieur Moliere, Reveues, corrigees & augmentees. Enrichies de figures en Taille-douce (8 Volume Set)

      Paris: Thierry, Barbin et Trabouillet, 1697. Very Good. 4 x 6.5 inches (10 x 16.5 cm). Full speckled calf bindings, spines have five raised bands, red morocco title labels, decoration and volume numbers in gilt. Some marking and slight worming to boards. Spines rubbed with slight wear to head/foot. A couple of volumes have slight cracking to joints but all boards are firmly attached. Gilt decorated board edges and turn ins. Top and outside page edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Very tight bindings in excellent overall condition. Clean pages throughout. All 30 plates are present and in first class condition (one plate in Vol. V has been bound in upside down.) A rare and important early edition of Molière's works, reproducing the 1682 first collected edition. An excellent example, complete with all plates and in attractive original 17th Century bindings. . Hardback. Printed pages: [24] 309 + 419 + 310 + 298 + 335 + 287 + 261 + 308

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        La Liguria o Stato della Repubblica di Genova con altri Stati adiacenti. Dedicata all'Impareggiabile virtù e merito dell'Em.mo e Rev.mo Prencipe il Sig.r Cardinale Gio. Battista Spinola detto di S. Cesareo.

      In Roma, alla Pace, 1697. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b / n, cm 44 x 105 (alla lastra) più margini. Bellissima e importante carta incisa da A. Barbey, comprendente tutta la Riviera di Ponente e la Riviera di Levante. Solo una breve mancanza del margine superiore sulla sinistra e uno sporadico ingiallimento ai margini e in corrispondenza della brachetta, peraltro in buono stato di conservazione.

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        A Discourse of Trade, Coyn, and Paper Credit:

      London: For Brabazon Aylmer,, 1697. And of Ways and Means to Gain, and Retain Riches. To which is added the Argument of a Learned Counsel, upon an Action of the Case brought by the East-India Company against Mr. Sands an Interloper. Octavo (171 × 110 mm). Contemporary unlettered sprinkled calf, blindstamp rule border to covers, preserved in a custom made cloth box. Contemporary attribution to Defoe handwritten on title. A contemporary handwritten edge label pasted to inside front board, now loose. Joints cracked, but cords holding, spine ends and corners worn. Pastedowns not stuck down, rear free endpaper torn away. Occasional minor spotting. A very good copy. First edition. John Pollexfen (1636-1715), a successful merchant and economist, served on numerous government bodies, his most important appointment being to the Board of Trade from 1696 to 1707. The Discourse is a "complete exposition of his views on trade and money" (Palgrave). "Pollexfen's economic writings were a by-product of his public career... Although Pollexfen did recommend that bonds and bills be assignable, he devoted much space to asserting the importance of retaining physical coin and denouncing the expanded role of paper money. Like Locke, he thought that silver had an innate value and that the standard of coin must be invariable. He regarded labour as the sole source of wealth and accordingly supported immigration. He recognized the importance of the domestic trade, which he wished to free from restrictions. In opposition to Child, he argued that the rate of interest was determined not by legislation but by the requirements of trade and the quantity of coin and capital" (ODNB).

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        La istoria universale provata con monumenti, e figurata con simboli degli Antichi...

      In 4°, p. (28)572(22). Antiporta allegorica, frontespizio in rosso e nero, ritratto, 1 carta geografica ripiegata, 5 tavole genealogiche f.t., 7 tavole f.t., 32 vignette allegoriche, capilettera, 18 vignette n.t., finalini, il tutto eseguito dal pittore e incisore romano Antonio Giuseppe Barbazza. Le incisioni raffigurano reperti archeologici, esempi di scrittura geroglifica, monete, sculture e altro. Seconda edizione di questo trattato storico-archeologico stampato a Roma nel 1697 e rimasto incompiuto. Piccolo rinforzo al margine superiore del frontespizio, peraltro ottimo esemplare. Legatura coeva in pergamena. Nervature e tassello al dorso. Tagli colorati. (Gamba,1798; Piantanida, 462; Cicognara, 2481).

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        Proposals to supply His Majesty with twelve to fourteen millions of money (or more if requir'd) for the year 1697, without subscriptions, or advancing the present taxes

      By A.D. of Greys-Inn, Esq; and some others his friends.This was 'A.D.'s' complex scheme for procuring a significant increase in money supply to William III. It involved the issue of paper credit on the basis of capitalised taxes and the replacement of coin by local banks, the paper notes becoming legal tender. The proposal assured the King an annual revenue of 2 million pounds sterling for 6 or 7 years, the final capital sum to amount to some 12 or 14 millions. The scheme invited Parliament to establish "one General National Office of Credit at the Guildhall in London, with divers inferiour offices, one in every ward in the City ... [and] every great Market town" (p.6). These were to issue legal tender notes. Mention was made of the facility which they would create for moving money throughout the Kingdom, and also of their value as an investment for the City orphans, "as likewise to Decay'd Gentlemen of the Clergy ..." (p.41). Provisions were made for advances against plate, bullion, lands or goods.4to., 23 + (1)pp., including the supplement, title-page dusty, final leaf (verso blank) worn with perforations just affecting a single letter of the word 'Finis', a large, uncut, copy well bound in recent, but old-style, quarter calf over marbled boards., 1697. First edition. Wing D.2A. Kress 2022. Goldsmiths 3419. Massie 1439. Not in Einaudi or Mattioli. See Horsefield (British Monetary Experiments, 1650-1710) 416 and 424.. By A.D. of Greys-Inn, Esq; and some others his friends. This was 'A.D.'s' complex scheme for procuring a significant increase in money supply to William III. It involved the issue of paper credit on the basis of capitalised taxes and the replacement of coin by local banks, the paper notes becoming legal tender. The proposal assured the King an annual revenue of 2 million pounds sterling for 6 or 7 years, the final capital sum to amount to some 12 or 14 millions. The scheme invited Parliament to establish "one General National Office of Credit at the Guildhall in London, with divers inferiour offices, one in every ward in the City ... [and] every great Market town" (p.6). These were to issue legal tender notes. Mention was made of the facility which they would create for moving money throughout the Kingdom, and also of their value as an investment for the City orphans, "as likewise to Decay'd Gentlemen of the Clergy ..." (p.41). Provisions were made for advances against plate, bullion, lands or goods. 4to., 23 + (1)pp., including the supplement, title-page dusty, final leaf (verso blank) worn with perforations just affecting a single letter of the word 'Finis', a large, uncut, copy well bound in recent, but old-style, quarter calf over marbled boards.

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        Miscellany Poems, with Selected Translations To which is added, The Passion of Byblis BOUND WITH Remarks on a Book entitled, Prince Arthur, an heroick Poem

      Sam Briscoe and S.Herrick and R.Sare, London 1697 - 8vo [66] 16 [2] 144; [48] 132 145-228pp. Lacking A1 (blank) of the first part, otherwise complete. Recent full calf gilt title on spine. First past second edition with additions, second part first and only edition (1696). A very good copy of two uncommon works. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires d'artillerie recueillis). Reich illustrierte französische Handschrift in brauner Tinte auf Papier, 532 größtenteils beschriebene Seiten mit 45 minutiös ausgeführten, ganzseitigen, lavierten, teilweise ausfaltbaren Federzeichnungen, undatiert, um 1705. Sehr saubere, gleichmäßige und gut lesbare Schrift; Blattgröße 19,3 x 14,7 cm.

      - Späterer Pergament-Band mit Umschlagklappe. Surirey de Saint-Remys wegweisendes und überaus einflußreiches Werk erschien unter dem Titel 'Memoires D'Artillerie' 1697 in Paris im Druck. Die vorliegende Handschrift ist eine mit größter Sorgfalt hergestellte, auszugsweise Kopie der Kapitel und Illustrationen, die sich in Band 1 und 2 der gedruckten Fassung speziell mit dem Thema Kanonen und Mörser befassen. Stellenweise finden sich Ergänzungen durch den Verfasser der Handschrift. Nur einmal tritt der Verfasser des Manuskriptes dabei aus der selbstgewählten Anonymität heraus und erzählt, auf Seite 371, daß er sich im April 1704 in Salzburg aufgehalten habe, "commandé par l'Empereur". Auf Seite 461 findet sich eine zweite Datumsangabe : Mai 1704. In einem Kapitel über Pulverpreise (Seite 474) findet sich eine Angabe über die Jahre 1691 - 1699. Die vereinzelten eigenen Beiträge und Zusätze geben allerdings nur wenig Aufschluß über die Identität des Autors. Offensichtlich war er ein höherer Offizier, der im Auftrag des Kaisers 1704 in Salzburg war, wo er, wie er schreibt : "i'ai fait jetter deux de ces Mortiers pierriers de Mettal qui ont tres bien reussy". So mit der Materie der Kanonen und Mörser in der Praxis befasst, exzerpierte der Verfasser in der vorliegenden Handschrift eine zeitgenössische, umfangreiche Arbeit zum Thema, um sie, das legen die durchnummerierten aber freigelassenen Blätter nahe, durch eigene Erfahrungen und Kenntnisse zu kommentieren und zu erweitern. Die sehr fein ausgeführten Zeichnungen sind bis auf ornamentale Details identisch mit den Illustrationen im gedruckten Werk. So sind etwa in der Abbildung auf Seite 51 im Manuskript im Vergleich zur gedruckten Vorlage (Band 1, Seite 77) die Wappenschilder auf den Kanonen weggelassen. Bei der Beschreibung der technischen Details der Abbildungen sind die Texte identisch. Die einzelnen Kapitel sind nicht vollständig abgeschrieben worden. Der Inhalt im Einzelnen : Seite 1 bis 18 unbeschrieben, Seite 19 - 30 : 'L'Alliage de mettaux'; Seite 44 mit ganzseitiger Abbildung einer Kanone und Seite 45 mit der Beschreibung ihrer Bestandteile: 'Les noms des parties d'une piece'; Seite 46 - 50 : 'Les pieces qui sont . en usage en France pour l'artillerie de terre' mit Gewichts- und Größenangaben, es folgen zwei ausfaltbare, ganzseitige Tafeln mit Kanonen; Seite 55 - 57 : 'Des pieces chambrées', auf Seite 59 die entsprechende ganzseitige Abbildung; Seite 62 - 64 : 'Des proportions d'une piece .' mit großer, ausfaltbarer Zeichnung auf Seite 65; Seite 69 - 72 weiter zum gleichen Thema, mit großer, ausfaltbarer Zeichnung auf Seite 73; Seite 76 : 'Dettail de la depence des pieces' mit Angabe der Preise, Seite 78/79 ist eine große ausfaltbare Tabelle zu den Proportionen, Seite 80/81behandeln die 'ornements', Seite 82/83 weiter zu den Proportionen, Seite 84/85 'Alphabet servant a l'explication des touttes les parties des armes .', mit entsprechender Illustration auf Seite 86; Seite 88 - 99 : 'Des armes pour les pieces' über das Kanonenzubehör, Seite 111- 123 über die 'Affust', die verschiedenen Lafetten mit Illustrationen auf Seite 112, 114 und 116; weiter auf Seite 128 - 132 mit Illustrationen auf Seite 134; Seite 136 - 155 : 'Proportions des pieces de fer' mit Zeichnungen auf Seite 148 und 149; Seite 156/157 : 'Reflexions touchant la meilleure resistance'; Seite 164/165 : Erklärung der Meßwerkzeuge mit ausfaltbarer Tafel (S. 166); Seite 168 - 177 : 'Maniere de callibrer des pieces', Seite 180 - 186 : 'Maniere d'epreuver les pieces'; Seite 190 - 192 : 'Methode de mettre des grains'; Seite 198 - 273 : 'Traitté des affust (affût) pour canons' mit 13, größtenteils ausfaltbaren, Tafeln und 3 großen ausfaltbaren Tabellen; Seite 286 - 293 'Des chariots a porter corps de canon' und 3 Tafeln; Seite 304 - 310 'Construction d'un Triqueballe .' mit einer Tafel; Seite 313 und 316 weiter über das Thema, mit einer Tafel; S. 320 große ausfaltbare Tafel über die 'Proportions des rouages . au departe

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        De civitate Noribergensi commentatio. Accedit, De Germaniae Phonoscorum. Von Der Meister-Singer, origine, praestantia, utilitate, et institutis. 1 Bl., 576 (recte 580) S., 1 Bl. Erläut., 6 nn. Bl. Noten. Mit gestoch. Porträt, gestoch. gefalt. Ansicht von Nürnberg und 14 (3 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. 4°. Pergamentbd d. Z. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Altdorf, Jobst Wilhelm Kohles, 1697. - Erste Ausgabe des wichtigen Quellenwerkes zur Geschichte des Meistersangs. Ab S. 433: "Buch der Meister-Singer Kunst Anfang" mit dem Verzeichnis "Folgen der Meister-Thöne, welche dieser Zeit und sonderlich zu Nürnberg pflegen gesungen zu werden". Es folgt: "Der Meisterliche Horst in vier gekrönten Thönen" von Heinrich Mügling, dessen ersten Teil Richard Wagner beim Zunftmotiv seiner "Meistersinger" verwendete. Im "Bericht Von Der Meister-Singer-Kunst": "Von der Teutschen Sprach . Vollkommenheit", "Was zu einem guten Ubersetzer, der etwas von einer Sprach in die andere bringen will, erfordert werde", "Von den Eigenschafften der Teutschen Poesie" usw. Ferner zur Geschichte Nürnbergs mit einem dekorativen Plan sowie Darstellung von verschiedenen Gebäuden, Münzen, Trachten und Wappen. Eine der beiden bei VD17 beschriebenen Druckvarianten mit dem großen Blumenstrauß als Titelvignette. – Einige Lagen im Druckspiegel gebräunt, wenige stärker, sonst gutes Exemplar. – VD17 12:134556. Faber du Faur 1513. Eitner X 151. Wolffheim II 891. Lipperheide Da 29. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A COMPLEAT HISTORY OF THE MOST REMARKABLE PROVIDENCES, BOTH OF JUDGMENT AND MERCY, WHICH HAVE HAPNED IN THIS PRESENT AGE. EXTRACTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS, THE AUTHOR’S OWN OBSERVATIONS, AND THE NUMEROUS RELATIONS SENT HIM FROM DIVERS PARTS OF THE THREE KINGDOMS. TO WHICH IS ADDED, WHATEVER IS CURIOUS IN THE WORKS OF NATURE AND ART. THE WHOLE DIGESTED INTO ONE VOLUME, UNDER PROPER HEADS; BEING A WORK SET ON FOOT THIRTY YEARS AGO, BY THE REVEREND MR. POOL, AUTHOR OF THE SYNOPSIS CRITICORUM: AND SINCE UNDERTAKEN AND FINISH’D, BY WILLIAM TURNER, M.A. VICAR OF WALBERTON, IN SUSSEX. RECOMMENDED AS USEFUL TO MINISTERS IN FURNISHING TOPICKS OF REPROOF AND EXHORTATION, AND TO PRIVATE CHRISTIANS FOR THEIR CLOSETS AND FAMILIES

      London: John Dunton, 1697. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Folio. [6],26,[4],140,152,144,[4],145-172,24,[4],82,[4],31,[1] pp. Contemporary paneled calf, rebacked in 18th or early 19th-century sheep with original gilt leather spine label retained, raised bands. Contemporary numerical inscriptions throughout, and occasional contemporary or otherwise early marginalia, 1737 ownership inscription and light graffiti in title page (purposefully effacing a line of text), 19th or early 20th-century monastery library's inkstamp in lower margin of title page, 19th-century ownership signature of Joseph Bromehead in title leaf verso. Binding rubbed and scuffed, with significant portions of lower outer corners and minor additional instances of binding worn to boards, lower front joint cracked, five-inch closed tear in second blank front end leaf, repaired in early tape, mild foxing. Despite the external flaws, a solid copy, internally very good. The principal work of Anglican divine William Turner (1652/3-1701), compiling reports of prodigies, miracles, and wonders from antiquity to the modern age. In AN AGE OF WONDERS : PRODIGIES, POLITICS AND PROVIDENCE IN ENGLAND 1657-1727, William L. Burns describes it as "the last of the large collections of prodigies and other remarkable events to have been influenced by a providential view" (p. 132). Turner spent several years collecting the accounts in this work with the assistance of John Dunton, editor of the semiweekly paper the ATHENIAN MERCURY, whose readers were encouraged to submit prodigy stories. The ultimate aim of the project was to counter rising Enlightenment-era tendencies toward atheism and deism with signs and proofs of the existence of God, the human soul, and other supernatural agents at work in the world. Writes Burns: "The work is divided into three main parts. The first, and by far the largest, was the compilation of remarkable providences, instances of God's direct actions, including judgements and instances of outstanding piety and virtue as well as prodigies. The second part was devoted to the wonders of nature, but these wonders were also meant to demonstrate God's existence by offering evidence of design. The brief third section, the wonders of art, testified to God's achievements through the greatness of his creation, man" (p. 136). Among the vast contents of Part I are specific accounts of ?"good angels?" and ?"bad angels,?" ghostly apparitions, prophets and soothsayers, King Arthur?'s courage, contemporary ascetics of various kinds, the martyrdoms of the Huguenots in France, and punishments of sorcerers and conjurers, from Simon Magus (who died after attempting to fly) to the Governor of Mascon, ?"a great Magician,?" who was ?"snatched away by the Devil, hoisted up into the Air, and carried three times about the Town, to the great astonishment of the Inhabitants, to whom he cried for help, but all in vain.?" The wonders of nature in Part II begin with such chapters as ?"Monstrous Births and Conceptions of Mankind?" (the Monster of Krakow makes an appearance here), ?"Wonderful Eaters,?" ?"Persons of Wonderful Shapes…,?" ?"Of such Persons as have changed their Sex,?" ?"Instances of an Early, or rather Ripe Wit,?" ?"Instances of an extraordinary Memory,?" and ?"Women Excellent in the Arts,?" and conclude with a chapter apiece for strange birds, beasts, fish, serpents, insects, plants, minerals, and precious metals, and others on celestial events and natural disasters. The artificial wonders of Part III include the evolution of the English tongue; deafness, blindness, limblessness, and other bodily obstacles overcome with technology, education, or skill; and improvements in music and other fine arts and various sciences and technologies. The final chapter includes accounts of ?"Artifical Knick-knacks, Projects, Curiosities,?" from the ?"Rarities of Dresden?" to recent hydraulically powered automata. The present copy of the book has an interesting provenance, with marginalia and ownership marks pointing to a dissenting minister of the initials, ?"N.H.,?" at Wymondham (evidently the first owner), a ?"G. Patrick: Const[able],?" who inscribed the book as his in 1737, the Anglican hymnodist Joseph Bromehead (1748/8-1846), whose known signature is inscribed on the title leaf verso, and a Catholic monastery in Erith, Kent. N.H. appears to have been the owner who numbered each page (for continuous pagination of the whole work) and each separate providential report in the work (he counts 1,861). Among his occasional notes is one in the margins of Turner?'s chapter on ?"Antipathy?" with a first-hand account of his own, regarding ?"a woman who would fall into a fit every time she heard any one speak the word [Sword] She once fell into a fit at a meeting where N.H. preaching only at the reading of ye word in a line of ye psalm that was sung at another time she fell into a fit merely at an apprehension that ye word was spoken tho?' indeed it was not.?" "[R]are and curious" - DNB LVII, p. 366. "Includes accounts of the New England witches from Cotton Mather?'s 'Wonders of the Invisible World,' and 'Observations on the late Tryals of the New-England Witches, by the Author of the Compleat Library.' Also a few other references to occurrences in New England" - Sabin. ESTC R38921, Sabin 97495, Wing T3345.

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        [ART CENSORSHIP]. La pittvre (pitture / pittura) in givdicio (giudicio), ouero il bene delle oneste pitture e'l male delle oscene

      Milan: Giuseppe Malatesta, 1697. [24], 316, [1] pp. With a full-page engraved allegorical frontispiece. Collation: [cross]12 A-M12 N14, COMPLETE. Bound in contemporary Italian vellum (insignificant occasional wormholes). Early ownership inscriptions ("Collegii Nob. [...] Soc. Jesu") on title and blank leaf opposite frontispiece (both cancelled in brown ink). In very good antiquarian condition The Counter-Reformation at war against "obscene" and "lascivious" art, references throughout the text to Leonardo, Michelangelo, Titian, Barocci, Caracci, Raphael, Rubens, Tintoretto, and their contemporaries. Foremost no longer is the aesthetic value of art works, but their moral effect on the public. Among with this goes a new demand for historic truth: the "pitture oneste." Rosignoli (1631-1707) here presents the moralistic art policy of the Counter-Reformation, established after the Council of Trent. The extremely curious allegorical frontispiece depicts St. Michael bearing a shield onto which Christ's likeness has been emblazoned; from this shield rays of light burn through two Baroque paintings; a charred Demon, his artist's palette cast aside, smolders at St. Michael's feet. The work proved popular and several editions were issued almost immediately. Priority has been arbitrarily given to the undated Bologna edition which may actually be a later reprint. REFERENCES: Giambattista Passano, Novellieri Italiani in Prosa, p. 537. Cf. De Backer-Sommervogel VII, 154, no. 10. Schlosser Magnino p. 624. Cicognara 202.

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        Manifestación en que se publican muchos, y relevantes servicios, y nobles hechos, con que se ha servido a sus Señores Reyes la Excelentísima Ciudad de Barcelona, singularmente en el sitio horroroso, que acaba de padecer en el presente año de 1697.

      Barcelona 1697 - Materia: Palau (27674) la señala como una importante obra para la historia de la Ciudad Condal. Publica numerosos documentos inéditos. Buena edición. Demostración de la nobleza de Barcelona ha servido a su Majestad, y petición de auxilio de 1697 ante la ruina actual. Edición sin pie de imprenta. Publicación: Barcelona, 1697. Descripción: 1ª edición. 4º (280x190 mm). 191 p. Gran escudo grabado en portada. Plena piel. Estado de conservación: Bueno. Texto con leves manchas de óxido y humedad. Buen ejemplar. Otros datos: Palau (27674) la señala como una importante obra para la historia de la Ciudad Condal. Publica numerosos documentos inéditos. Buena edición. Demostración de la nobleza de Barcelona ha servido a su Majestad, y petición de auxilio de 1697 ante la ruina actual. Edición sin pie de imprenta. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Manifestación En Que Se Publican Muchos, y Relevantes Servicios, y Nobles Hechos, Con Que Ha Servido a Sus Señores Reyes La Excelentíssima Ciudad De Barcelona; Singularmente En El Sitio Horroroso, Que Acaba De Padecer En El Presente Año De 1697.

      Barcelona 1697 - Portada con un sublime escudo de la ciudad de Barcelona - 191 pp. a grandes márgene. Perfecto ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XIX a plena piel. Palau 27674: obra señalada como una importante obra para la historia de la Ciudad Condal. Publicándose numerosos documentos inéditos sobre los Sitios que sufrió la ciudad durante la Guerra de los Nueve Años (1688-1697), y en especial el sitio de 1697, protagonizado por las tropas francesas dirigidas por Landgrave de Hassia. Barcelona resistió a los ataques por tierra y por mar durante dos meses hasta que finalmente capituló. La guerra terminó con la Paz de Ryswick. Size: Gran Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Heims Kringla, Eller Snorre Sturlusons Nordländske Konnunga Sagor. Sive Historiæ Regum septentrionalium, â Snorrone Sturlonide, ante secula quinque, patrio sermone antiquo Conscriptæ

      Quas Ex Manuscriptis Codicibus edited.... Illustravit Johann: Peringskiöld. 2 vols. Stockholm: Wankiw 1697 - 1700. Med kobberstukket titelvignet. Folio. [24] + 830; [2] + 486 + [128] pp. Usædvanlig fint og rent eksemplar med enkelte håndskrevne noter i margin i samtidig hånd, indbundet i ét samtidigt helpergamentbind med kaligraferet titel på ryggen. Very attractive copy with contemporary handwritten notes in margin, bound in one contemporary full vellumbinding with caligraphed title on spine.. Printing and the Mind of Man 168.Collijn IV, 368. Bibl. Norv. II, 4894 a. & b. Bibl. Dan. III, 908. Fiske p. 535. Paralleltekst på Islandsk, Svensk og Latin. "Utökad med en latinsk version publicerades till sist Snorres kungakrönika av den yngre generationens ledande fornforskare, Johan Peringskiöld, i två stora volymer. Två islänningar och en svensk hade sålunda stått faddrar för textgestaltningen, på isländska, svenska och latin. Som grundupplaga, editio princeps, av Snorres mästerverk skulle arbetet trots sina brister under bortåt et århundrade åtnjuta obestridd auktoritet. Upptäckten av den isländska litteraturen under stormaktstiden fick genomgripande följder för framtiden." (Lindroth II, 285). A very fine copy of the first scholarly edition of Snorre's famous Heimskringla

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        Orcades seu Rerum Historiæ Libri tres, Quroum primus, Præter insularum situm numerumque, Comitim, Procerum, incolarumq; origines, familias, gesta & vicissitudines, â primis Monarchiae Norvegicæ incunabulis ad annum M.CCXXII. continuâ ferè serie exhibet, Secundus Primos Orcadum Episcopos eorumq; successores, & , qui postea vixerunt, Comites sub Regnibus Norvegiae fiducarios, tum etiam, quae de rebus Orcadensibus & Hæbudensibus exinde ad Annum M. CD. LXIX ... Tertius Indefessa Potentissimorum Regnum Daniæ Norvegiæq ; studia in jure suo pacificè repetendo continet, variis documentis ex Archivis Regiis asserta.

      Kjøbenhavn, Justin Hög, 1697. Folio. (16) + 228 + (10) pp. Tittelbl. trykket i rødt og sort. Kobberstukket vignett på tittelbl. Nyere pergament bind. med skinn tittelfelt. Skrift i gammel hånd på tittelbl. De siste sider litt ormhullet ved nedre marg (berører ikke tekst).. Recent half vellum. Title-page printed in red and black. Engraved vignette on title-page. Old inscriptions on title-page. Some worming in lower margins of the last leaves, not affecting text. The first separate history of the Orkney Islands

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        Heims Kringla, Eller Snorre Sturlusons Nordländske Konnunga Sagor. Sive Historiae Regum septentrionalium, a Snorrone Sturlonide, ante secula quinque, patrio sermone antiquo Conscriptae,

      . Quas Ex Manuscriptis Codicibus edited.... Illustravit Johann: Peringskiöld. 2 vols. Stockholm: Wankiw 1697 - 1700. Med kobberstukket titelvignet. Folio. [24] + 830; [2] + 486 + [128] pp. Usaedvanlig fint og rent eksemplar med enkelte handskrevne noter i margin i samtidig hand, indbundet i et samtidigt helpergamentbind med kaligraferet titel pa ryggen. Very attractive copy with contemporary handwritten notes in margin, bound in one contemporary full vellumbinding with caligraphed title on spine. * Printing and the Mind of Man 168.<br>Collijn IV, 368. Bibl. Norv. II, 4894 a. & b. Bibl. Dan. III, 908. Fiske p. 535. Paralleltekst pa Islandsk, Svensk og Latin. "Utökad med en latinsk version publicerades till sist Snorres kungakrönika av den yngre generationens ledande fornforskare, Johan Peringskiöld, i tva stora volymer. Tva islänningar och en svensk hade salunda statt faddrar för textgestaltningen, pa isländska, svenska och latin. Som grundupplaga, editio princeps, av Snorres mästerverk skulle arbetet trots sina brister under bortat et arhundrade atnjuta obestridd auktoritet. Upptäckten av den isländska litteraturen under stormaktstiden fick genomgripande följder för framtiden." (Lindroth II, 285). A very fine copy of the first scholarly edition of Snorre's famous Heimskringla..

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        La Verità Svelata al Mondo. Corna di Napoli. Successi diversi Tragici e Amorosi accorsi in Napoli e altrove a Napoletani composta da Silvio, ed Ascanio Corona, Anno 1697.

      S.n.t. - Cm. 24, pp. (6) 175 (9). Leg. coeva in pelle verde. Ben conservato. Copia ottocentesca in grafia chiara e perfettamente leggibile. Il presente manoscritto appartiene alla tradizione letteraria minore napoletana sei-settecentesca ed è spesso identificato come "Manoscritto Corona" perchè si ritiene fosse stato stilato dai fratelli Ascanio e Silvio Corona (in realtà nomi appartenenti a persone dall'identità solo parzialmente individuata). Nelle stesure dei secoli precedenti il titolo si limitava a: Successi diversi traggici et amorosi in Napoli et altrove a Napolitani, cominciando dalli Re Aragonesi

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        ART DE DESSINER PROPREMENT (L') les plans, porfils, Elévations Géométrales, et Perspectives, soit d'Architecture Militaire ou Civile, avec tous les secrets les plus rares pour faire les Couleurs avec lesquelles les Ingénieurs représentent les divers matériaux d'une Place. Et la manière de s'en servir dans les veuës des Sièges, Campemens, etautres morceaux de Paysage.

      A Paris, chez Christophe Ballard, 1697. - in-12. 4ff. 257pp. 1f. et 2 planches gravées dépliantes. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque, coiffes et coins élimés). Edition Originale de l'un des premiers manuels techniques entièrement consacré au dessin architectural et géographique. Organisé sous forme de lexique alphabétique, il contient notamment d'intéressantes indications ("secrets") pour la composition de l'encre et des couleurs: "Pour faire de la bonne encre à dessiner et pour écrire", "Pour faire de très-bonne encre sans noix de galle, laquelle peut servir à laver des plans et autres desseins, aussi bien qu'à tirer des lignes très-vives", "Pour faire la couleur d'eau, dont on lave les eaux mortes dans les plans", "Pour faire de très-bonne encre de Chine", "Pour faire le Carmin à peu de frais", "Pour faire le plus bel Outre-mer", "Pour faire le Verd d'iris", "Pour faire le Bistre", "Pour faire un très-beau Rouge pour le lavis", "Pour faire le bel Or de la Chine à écrire", "Pour faire l'Or moulu", "Pour faire un beau Bleu très-propre au lavis à la place de l'Outre-mer, qui a trop de corps pour être employé en lavis, et dont la cherté fait qu'on se sert de quelque mauvaise couleur à la place", "Pour composer le vernis blanc pour embellir les Estampes et pour les entretenir toujours belles, en les couvrant d'un verre blanc", etc. Deux planches gravées dépliantes représentant des modèles de plans et de dessins d'architecture. Quelques rousseurs et traces de manipulation. Assez bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MANIFESTACION en que se publican muchos y relevantes servicions y nobles hechos, con que ha servido à sus Senores Reyes la Excelentissima Ciudad de Barcelona. Singularmente en el Sitio horroroso que acaba de padecer este presente ano de 1697.

      Barcelona, en Casa de Cormellas, por Thomas Llorente s.d. (1697). - in-4. 247pp. Parchemin de l'époque à rabats (quelques taches et défauts). Seconde édition de cet ouvrage important pour l'histoire du siège de Barcelone par les Français en 1697. "Importante libro para la historia de nuestra ciudad condal. Publica multitud de documentos inéditos" (Palau). Palau, 27675.

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        Contes et Nouvelles

      1697. BOCCACE, Jean. Contes et Nouvelles. [22], 366; 427, [13] pp. Illustrated with a full-page allegorical frontispiece and 100 engraved plates by Romeyn de Hooghe. Small 8vo., 160 x 98 mm, bound in contemporary Dutch straight-grained red morocco, gilt-lettered spines, a.e.g. A Amsterdam: chez George Gallet, 1697. |~||~||~||~||~| Rare First Edition of this celebrated French edition of Il Decameron with the earliest impressions of these Romeyn de Hooghe engraved plates. The original appearance of this collection of one hundred stories is generally recognized as one of the great landmarks in Italian literature, affecting a profound influence in the rise of the vernacular throughout Europe during the age of the Renaissance. Here they are translated in to French and magnificently illustrated by one of the most prolific Dutch illustrators of the seventeenth century. A few gatherings lightly toned, spine slightly darkened, near fine. PROVENANCE: Antonio Almeida Correa with his oval blind stamp and his signature at the end of volume one. Landwehr, Romeyn de Hooghe as Book Illustrator, 88.

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        Guida de Forestieri per Napoli

      New expanded and revised after the original 1685 edition Edited by Antonio Bulifon. Illustrated with a folding map of Naples, a frontispiece and 48 figures out text, the format is slightly smaller than the volume on a different paper, finer. Besides churches, monuments, fountains and treasures, we see a board of Vesuvius and the port. All boards bear a legend ending with the name Antonio Bulifon. This excellent guide to Naples was published until the nineteenth. Velin flexible full time. Smooth spine with title pen. A thin tear in the map. this guide foreigners (Forestieri) lists and describes all the monuments and outstanding buildings in Naples and the works they contain. In Index, a catalog of the churches of Naples. We called Naples city of a thousand churches, there were also numerous constructions in the seventeenth ... Pompeo Sarnelli (1649-1724) was a bishop and writer, one must guide him another of the Naples area and tales Neapolitan, from the oral tradition. presso Giuseppe Roselli. In Napoli 1697 grd. In 12 (8,5x15,2cm) de (24) 399pp. (33). relié

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        Le parfait negociant ou instruction generale pour ce qui regarde le commerce des marchandises de France, et des pays étrangers. Pour la Banque, le Change & Rechange. Pour les Sociétés ordinaires, en commandite, & anonymes. Pour les Faillites, Banqueroutes, Séparations, Cessions & abandonemens de Biens etc.

      Mention fourth edition.Bound in full speckled brown sheepskin. Back tooled raised. Part of title in brown morocco. Torn head cap, with a portion of the first well. Numerous gashes on dishes. 2 corners bumped and partially stripped. Chez Jacques Lyons A Lyon 1697 2 partie en un Vol. Fort in-4 (16,5x23,5cm) relié

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        De Nederlandsche Scheeps-bouw-konst Open Gestelt.... Vertoonende Naar wat Regel, of Evenredigheyd, in Nederland meest alle Scheepen werden gebouwd; mitsgaders Masten, Zeylen, Ankers, en Touwen, enz. daar aan gepast. Soo uit de Schriften van ouder, als jonger Bouw-Meesters, als ook by eygen Ondervindinge, tot nut van alle Jonge Bouw-Meesters, en Knechteen, als ook Uitreeders, en Liefhebbers van Scheepen, t' Samen gestelt

      Amsterdam: Andries Voorstad for Jan ten Hoorn, 1697. Quarto, with engraved title page and 21 plates (of which 13 are double-page); fine in contemporary Dutch vellum, spine skilfully lettered in ink. Building the ships of Pelsaert, Tasman and de Vlamingh: the great VOC manual. One of the great seventeenth-century shipbuilding manuals, and the first published in Dutch by a practising shipwright.This richly illustrated book is a remarkable companion to the extraordinary maritime history of the VOC and the Dutch voyagers in general, showing the manner in which the vessels sailed by Pelsaert, Tasman and de Vlamingh were built. As the wealth of the VOC grew throughout the seventeenth century, Dutch shipbuilding thrived and won widespread acclaim (indeed, even the Czar Peter the Great was drawn to the Netherlands to witness the craft first-hand).Shipbuilding was a closed art, typically handed from father to son, and early printed descriptions of the construction process are scarce. When merchants and guildsmen of the VOC commissioned ocean-going vessels, details of the hull and design were typically left to the experience of the shipwright; as a direct result 'no construction draughts exist of seventeenth-century Dutch ships. The only tangible thing which did remain of the methods followed are the building contracts' (see Ab Hoving and Cor Emke, The Ships of Abel Tasman, p. 55). Accordingly, this is book is of lasting importance as a record of a lost craft.Although preceded by Nicolaas Witsen's 1671 book on the subject, De Nederlandsche Scheeps-bouw-konst is effectively the first practical treatise on the subject printed in Holland. The central point is that Yk was a practising shipwright with decades of experience, familiar with the difficulty of finding skilled workers and the quality timbers required for a large vessel, as opposed to Witsen, who was the mayor of Amsterdam and had a great personal interest in the craft, but who necessarily relied on the testimony of shipwrights in authoring his book. Yk's choice to print a large and lavishly illustrated book reflects an important cultural change: by using print to illuminate shipbuilding processes to a wider public the author acknowledged the fact that many merchants and investors who commissioned large ocean going vessels had little experience at sea. In Holland by the late seventeenth century, the East Indies trade of the VOC interested a good portion of the upper middle classes who formed an eager audience for a book of this nature.This is an unusually well preserved copy in a contemporary full vellum binding. The introductory chapter indulges in some historical speculation, with three plates illustrating possible plans for Noah's ark, ancient galleys of the Mediterranean, and ornamental boats of South-east Asia.

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        The Five Books of M Manilius Containing a System of the Ancient Astronomy and Astrology: Together with the Philosophy of the Stoicks. Done into English with Notes

      London Jacob Tonson at the Judges Head near the Inner-Temple Gate in Fleet Street 1697. Covers worn with front board and fep detached. Lacking backstrip. Contents tight. Presentation copy from Sir Walter Scott First English Translation Half-leather cover 180mm x 120mm (7" x 5"). 290pp. Frontis engraving and 4 plates. Ink inscription on ffep states 'This book was the gift of Sir Walter Scott Bart. of Abbotsford & Edinburgh to C.A. Raphael, Professor of Occult Sciences at Stokesley, England.'.

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        MARCI ANTONII SABELLI I.C. MUTILIANENSIS SERENISSIMI MAGNI ETRURIAE DUCIS, ROTAE CRIMINALIS AUDITORIS, SUMMA DIVERSORUM TRACTATUUM.

      apud Paulum Balleonium 1697 "In quibus quamplurimae universi juris Selectiores, Methodicae, Practicae, ac Decisivae Conclusiones circa Iudicia, Contractus, Ultimas voluntates, & Delicta, ad Forum Saeculare, Ecclesiasticum, & Conscientiae spectantes, ordine alphabetico ad instar uberrimi Repertorii habentur, ab Auctore probatissimis, & Decisionibus, praecipuè Sacrae Romanae Rotae Urbis, & Orbis Areopagi confirmatae, cum locis ubi Materiae distictè, ac plenius pertractantur". "Opus omnibus iudicibus, advocatis, procuratoribus, caeterisque Iurisprudentiae Professoribus, maximè utile, & ad allevandos labores apprimè necessarium; dum veluti in Promptuario ferè omnia ad Fori, Polique praxim, & usum quotidianum pertinentia, summo studio, ac diligentia adnotata exhibentur, unà cum Discursu de prohibita munerum, & precum datione, ac receptione Iudicibus, caeterisque Officialibus publicis, & Compendio Iudicis perfecti". "Editio Veneta, innumeris accessionibus, à Guido Antonio Sabello I.C. Auctoris Filio diligenter collectis .....". Opera in quattro volumi, dedicata al Cardinale Francesco Barberini. Testo latino. Cm.33,5x23. Pg.2844 complessive. Legature in piena pergamena rigida coeva con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a cinque nervature. Mancano la pergamena al dorso del primo volume e i capitelli al secondo. Marche tipografiche ai frontespizi, impressi in rosso e nero. Stemma del Barberini in formato cm.7,5x17,8 inciso da Suor Isabella Piccini all'inizio della dedicatoria. Cartigli e capilettera incisi. In fine ad ogni volume sono aggiunte "Novae novissimae Summae Sabellae Tomum Additiones, varias Diversorum Iuris Procerum Decisiones, & Allegationes continentes per Guidum Antonium Sabellum I.U.D., Recollectae, atque Argumentis, & Summarijs ornatae, In quibus frequentes, & utilissimae agitantur Quaestiones in confirmationem plurium conclusionum in eadem Summa perstictè de more impresarum, & signanter". In fine al quarto volume è unito, con frontespizio e numerazione autonomi, "Marci Antonii Sabelli Variae Resolutiones et Responsa, in quibus sub centum capitibus, quamplures Quaestiones forenses, quotidiè occurrentes perstrictè, & summatim iuxtà veriores, ac approbatas Doctorum opiniones, & praecipuè Sacrae Rotae Romanae deciduntur". Tomo I: pg.(24),510, (62),150; Tomo II: pg.(4),464, (70),178; Tomo III: pg.(4),448, (68),116; Tomo IV: pg.(4),442,(46), (12),200,(40). Alcune carte bianche intercalate al terzo volume. Alcune abrasioni ai margini e alcuni fogli di guardia mancanti. Importante testo giuridico la cui prima edizione era stata pubblicata a Bologna dalla Tipografia Manolessiana tra il 1685 e il 1686.

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        The Five Books of M Manilius Containing a System of the Ancient Astronomy and Astrology: Together with the Philosophy of the Stoicks. Done into English with Notes

      London: Jacob Tonson at the Judges Head near the Inner-Temple Gate in Fleet Street. Covers worn with front board and fep detached. Lacking backstrip. Contents tight. Presentation copy from Sir Walter Scott. 1697. First English Translation. Half-leather cover. 180mm x 120mm (7" x 5"). 290pp. Frontis engraving and 4 plates. Ink inscription on ffep states 'This book was the gift of Sir Walter Scott Bart. of Abbotsford & Edinburgh to C.A. Raphael, Professor of Occult Sciences at Stokesley, England.'. .

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        Accuratissima Totius Africae Tabula

      Nurmberg. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 19 x 22.5". This beautiful map of Africa dates to around 1697 and offers fascinating detail within the largely unexplored interior of the continent. Pictorial mountains, snaking rivers, and small drawings of wildlife balance out the abundant labeling of ports on the coast that were well known to European traders. Typical of maps of this period, the prime meridian runs through Ferro Island. That this map relies more on impressions of the continent than on hard, factual evidence is reflected in the elaborate title cartouche in the bottom left, which illustrates the lifestyle and natural history of Africa as it was then known. In the center, a native chief stands under a parasol held by two other Africans in native dress. On the left, a woman nurses her baby in a hammock, while on the right, men on horseback enter into battle. More detailed wildlife include a lion, a snake, a lizard, and a fox. A key below the map explains the meaning of the colored regions. The map is a clean impression in excellent condition. Minor chips and staining to margins not affecting the image. Jacob von Sandrart (1630--1702) was a Nuremberg-based mapmaker and artist. His creativity brought him renown for his lush decoration and cartouches. This map of Africa is a beautiful example of his work.

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        THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM HOGARTH. In a Series of one hundred and fifty Steel Engravings from teh original Pictures. With an Introductory Essay by James Hannay, and a Descriptive Letterpresses by Rev. J. Trusler and E.F. Roberts.

      William MackenzieOpera completa in sei volumi. Testo inglese. Cm.31x23. Pg.XVIII, 202 complessive, con numerazione consecutiva ai sei volumi. Legature seriali in tela editoriale bruna, con titoli e ricche impressioni decorative in oro, nero e rosso ai piatti, a raffigurare il busto dell'artista. Tagli in oro. Belle le 150 tavole su acciaio fuori testo, incise, sui più conosciuti dipinti di Hogarth, da J.Moore, J.Garner, T.E.Nicholson, C.Mottram, C.Armstrong, J.Mansell, E.Smith, S.Davenport, W.H.Worthington, F.Jordan, H.Fernell, A.Duncan, F.F.Walker, T.S.Englehearth, H.Adlard, T.Phillibrown, W.Radclyffe, J.Mollison, G.Presbury, J.Stubbs, J.Romney, E.Stalker, S.Bull, B.Holl, J.Mills, R.Hart, W.Shaw, R.Page, W.Chevalier, H.Setchell. Ogni tavola conserva la velina originale. Esemplare privo di fioriture. Eccellenti condizioni conservazione, fatti salvi minimi schiarimenti delle coperte agli angoli inferiori esterni. Alcune tavole, come sovente accade, sono collazionate fuori posto: segnatamenate "Hogarth painting the Comic House" compare all'antiporta del primo volume, "Morning" all'antiporta del terzo, "The Politician" all'antiporta del quinto, "The Shrimp Girl" e "The Milkmaid" all'antiporta del sesto, mentre "The Pieman" non appare nell'Indice. Le illustrazioni sono in realtà 148 perché le due tavole di "Tristam Shandy" e "Masquerades and Operas" con "Burlington Gate" sono in unica planche. Nei volumi sono raccolte le illustrazioni delle seguenti opere: "Marriage a - la - mode" (sei planches), "Industry and Idleness" (12 planches), "The Rake's Progress" (otto planches), "The Harlott's Progress" (sei tavole), "Times of the Day" (quattro planches), "The Election" (quattro tavole), "Beer Street and Gin Lane" (due tavole), "France and England" (due tavole), "The Four Stages of Cruelty" (quattro planches), "Hudibras" (12 planches), "Genre and Conversation Pictures" (25 planches), "Illustrations to Don Quixote" (sei planches), "Miscellaneous Pieces" (46 planches), "Four Tickets" (11 planches). Ogni tavola conservale veline originali. William Hogarth (1697 - 1764) fu non solo il più famoso pittore del Settecento inglese, ma anche il creatore di una scuola satirico - moralista anglosassone, dimostrando ai suoi concittadini che come strumento di satira il pennello o la matita sono più efficaci della penna. Dotato di forte personalità e di indiscutibile talento, introdusse nelle sue opere un piacevole e sferzante senso caricaturale che mise in ridicolo le follie, gli abusi, le stravaganze, le cattiverie della società anglosassone del suo tempo. Il presente "Complete Works", con tavole incise da grandi artisti dell'Ottocento inglese, raccoglie il "corpus" della sua produzione artistica, con accurati testi di riferimento ad opera di James Hannay (1827 - 1873) e John Trusler (1735 - 1820).

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        Erhebung in den Adelsstand und Wappenverleihung aus dem Jahr 1697 für Emericus Lörös, seiner Ehefrau und seine Söhne Thomas, Michael und Martin, sowie seinen Vetter Martin Czebel, dessen Ehefrau und Söhne für treue Dienste.

      . Wien, 16. November 1697. 62 x 72 cm. Lateinische Handschrift mit farbigen Wappen, Titel und Anrede in Gold und Farbe. Mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift des Kaisers. Mit etwas defektem Siegel in Holzkartusche (es fehlt der Deckel) an Kordel. Verso mit Stempel "Archiv Joca Vujic in Senta (Kyrill.)". Etwas fleckig. -CHF 2500.00.

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        Historie der inquisitie tot Goa. En in andere gewesten van Indien. Uyt het Frans vertaalt.

      - Amsterdam, Pieter Mortier, 1697.Sm.8vo. Contemporary vellum. With engraved title-vignette, 3 engraved vignettes and 6 engraved plates (3 folding). (12),282,(17) pp.* First Dutch edition; first published in French Relation de l'inquisition de Goa. Leiden 1687. - In 1668 Dellon sailed to India with the Compagnie des Indes. He travelled extensively along the Malabar coast. In 1673 he left the employment of the company and started a private medical practice in Damao, at that time a Portuguese colony. Six months later, early in 1674, he was arrested by the Inquisition and taken to Goa, where he was imprisoned for two years. He was then shiped to Lisbon, but released in the following year on condition that he should return immediately to France. . It proved a considerable success , particularly in Protestant Europe, where it ran to numerous editions. Although long regarded purely as a work of propaganda, recent research has testified to its accuracy (Howgego p.304/305). It includes also details of his stay in Bahia, Brazil. His account of the Inquisition was still forbidden in Portugal in 1769. - A nice copy.Cf. Borba de Moraes I, p.253-255; Sabin 19444-19447. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Heims Kringla, eller snorre Sturlusons Norlandske Konunga Sagor Sive historiae regum septentrionalium, aÌ‚ Snorrone Sturlonide, ante secula quinque, patrio sermone antiquo conscriptae, quas ex manuscriptis codicibus eddit, versione gemina, notisque brevioribus ... Illustratvit Johann Perkingskiöld

      Stockholmiae: Literis Wankiwianis 1697. Two volumes. pp. [xx], [iv], 830, [blank] + [2], 486, [32], [128]. Bound in a contemporary dark brown speckled calf. Compartments of the spine with a central diamond pattern surrounded by a line, with corner blocks and jagged borders. [a] - c4, A - Mmmmm3, [blank] + Title, A - Lll2, (in Fo.) x - xxxxxxxx2, a - Ii (v & w not used) A few marks and holes to the margins, but nothing impinging on the text. PMM 168 ; Sabin 85484 . Very Good. Full Calf. First Edition. 1697. 4to..

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        Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum angliae et hiberniae in unum collecti, cum indice alphabetico.

      Theatro Sheldoniano., Oxoniae. 1697 - In fol. (cm 40 ca) , piena pelle, cc.nn. 18 + pp. 374 + cc.nn. 22 + pp. 88 + cc.nn. 5 + da pag. 89 a pag. 274 + cc.nn. 4 + pp. 403 + cc.nn. 12 + pp. 65 + cc.nn. 5. Antip. su ricca e pregevo inc. raffigurante ritratti di vari accademici. Front. fig. Capilettera, finaline, testate. Piatti sciolti. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MILANO SEMPRE GRANDE NEL PROCURARE LA PROMOZIONE DE’ SUOI FIGLI ALLA DIGNITA’ DI PADRE E DI PASTORE Nell&#146;ergere pomposo apparato a riceverli, nel mantenere un filiale ossequio dopo ricevuti. Circonstanze descritte nell&#146;elezione, e nel solenne ingresso fatto in Milano dall&#146;Emin.ssimo signor Cardinale Federico Caccia, suo Arcivescovo, il gi

      Milano, per Marc?'Antonio Pandolfo Malatesta, (1697). In-8 gr. (mm. 250x175), cartonato muto coevo, pp. 116,(20), ornato da grandi capilett. e finali silografati, con 4 belle tavv. f.t., inc. in rame da Scotti (rifilate), che raffigurano i due archi trionfali. Dedica ?"agl?'Ill.ssimi signori Vicario, e Sessanta Decurioni della detta città?". Relazione del solenne ingresso a Milano del nuovo arcivescovo, il cardinale Federico Caccia. Le autorità cittadine predisposero due grandi archi, nonostante la difficile situazione economica dello Stato milanese, oppresso dal fiscalismo spagnolo. I due archi, uno presso la Basilica di S. Eustorgio e l?'altro nella contrada dei Mercanti d?'oro (subito prima dell?'ingresso nella piazza del Duomo), furono opera dell?'arch. Giovan Battista Quadrio. Tutto l?'apparato allegorico degli archi, con le statue, le descrizioni e i dipinti, doveva rappresentare al nuovo arcivescovo la storia e la qualità della Chiesa milanese. I dipinti furono opera di due pittori: Federico Bianchi e Filippo Abbiati, entrambi molto importanti nella storia della pittura milanese. Autore della presente relazione fu un dotto milanese, Baldassarre Paravicini, segretario dei Decurioni della città. Dopo un?'ampia relazione sulla nomina di Federico Caccia a vescovo di Milano, si ricorda la sosta del cardinale, il 20 novembre 1696, nella città di Lodi poco prima del suo ingresso in Milano. A Lodi fu accolto da grandi feste, mentre a Milano fervevano i preparativi per l?'accoglienza. Il cardinale Caccia entrò in incognito a Milano il giorno 10 dicembre e prese dimora nell?'arcivescovado, essendo fissato per il giorno successivo l?'ingresso solenne. L?'11 dicembre il cardinale raggiunse in carrozza la chiesa di S. Eustorgio, dove vestì gli abiti pontificali e da dove prese inizio la lunghissima e solenne processione che lo accompagnò fino in Duomo. Mirabile fu l?'apparato esterno e interno del Duomo, dove, tra una colonna e l?'altra e in mezzo a preziosi drappeggi, erano stati esposti i grandi quadri con le storie di S. Carlo Borromeo. Importante e rara opera in "edizione originale". Cfr. Predari, p. 169: ?"La prefazione ha molto pregio per le erudite citazioni storiche di tutti i passi d?'autori che scrissero con lode di Milano?" - Arrigoni ?"Milano nelle vecchie stampe?",II,886, con descriz. e illustrazione di un arco trionfale. Esemplare su carta forte, molto ben conservato. ?"?"Il milanese Federico Caccia (1635-1699) non ebbe che due anni di tempo per esercitare effettivamente la sua funzione pastorale. Di lui si ricordano: il rinnovo di alcune disposizioni disciplinari relative ai conventi femmminili (1694 e 1697); la benedizione del ?'colosso?' di Arona; l?'insediamento in cattedrale della statua d?'argento dedicata a s. Ambrogio.. Nel 1697 ebbe l?'incarico della reggenza della città durante l?'assenza del governatore di Milano Don Filippo Guzman.. Il periodo del suo arcivescovato sembra distinguersi soprattutto per l?'impulso da lui dato alla edilizia religiosa e per l?'esercizio della carità verso i poveri, aperta o discreta, che culminò nelle disposizioni testamentarie con cui lasciò i poveri, eredi dell?'intero suo patrimonio?"?". Così Diz. Biograf. Italiani,XV, p. 754.

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        INTRODUCTIO IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRAPHIAM TAM VETEREM QUAM NOVAM Tabulis Geographicis XLVI ac Notis olim ornata à Johanne Bunone, Jam verò locupletata Additamentis & Annotationibus Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii.

      Amstelaedami, apud Joannem Wolters, 1697. In-8 (mm. 235x170), p. pelle coeva (con abras.), dorso a cordoni con ricca decoraz. e tit. oro, 12 cc.nn. (compresa la bella antiporata figur. inc. in rame che contiene anche il ritratto dell?'A.), 565 pp.num., 31 cc.nn., 1 c.b., frontespizio con bella vignetta incisa e titolo in rosso e nero; diviso in VI Libri. Il vol. è molto ben illustrato f.t. da: 44 (su 46) grandi carte geografiche ripieg., inc. su rame e numer. + 2 tabelle (più volte ripieg.). Mancano: la tav. 1 (?"Tabula Ventorum?") e la 34 (?"Borussiae & Cassubiae, &c. Tabula nova?"). L'A., Philipp Cluver (1580-1622), di nobile e antica famiglia tedesca, è annoverato fra i geografi celebri. La sua "Introduzione alla geografia generale..", che costituisce il primo tentativo di un trattato sistematico della geografia storica e politica, fu pubblicato per la prima volta a Leida nel 1624, dai celebri editori Elzeviri. Così Diz. Treccani,III, p. 297. Cfr. Tooley?'s, p. 120 che cita un?'ediz. del 1629 - Willems ?"Les Elzevier. Annales?",220: ?"Les Elzevier ont donné de ce livre jusqu?'à neuf réimpressions différentes (in-24, in-12, in-8). Con uniformi arross. solo su alc. cc. iniziali; antico restauro al frontesp. per manc. margin., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        MANIFESTACION en que se publican muchos y relevantes servicions y nobles hechos, con que ha servido à sus Senores Reyes la Excelentissima Ciudad de Barcelona. Singularmente en el Sitio horroroso que acaba de padecer este presente ano de 1697.

      Barcelona, en Casa de Cormellas, por Thomas Llorente s.d. (1697). - in-4. 247pp. Parchemin de l'époque à rabats (quelques taches et défauts). Seconde édition de cet ouvrage important pour l'histoire du siège de Barcelone par les Français en 1697. "Importante libro para la historia de nuestra ciudad condal. Publica multitud de documentos inéditos" (Palau). Palau, 27675.

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        Vida De Santa Agathoclia, Virgen, y Martyr, Patrona De La Villa De Mequinença, En El Reyno De Aragon. Obra Posthuma Que En Obsequio De La Santa Da a La Estampa, y Saca a La Luz Pedro Valentin, Retor De La Parroquia De Mequinença.

      Manuel Roman, Zaragoza 1697 - 8 h. - 178 pp. y 3 hojas, con Gozos a Santa Agatoclia. Portada embellecida con orla grabada y grabado xilográfico con la imagen de la Santa junto al Laus Deo. Descripción de la ciudad de Mequinenza en las 36 primeras páginas. Muy correcto ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XX a plena piel decorada en seco. Lomera con un tejuelo, nervios y florones. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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