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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.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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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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        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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        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

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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.

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        Defectio Geniturarum: Being an Essay toward the Reviving and Proving The True Old Principles of Astrology, Hither To Neglected, Or, at leastwise, not Observed or Understood. In Four Parts. The First shewing the Ground and Cause of Error. The Second contains an Examination of those Nativities by Morinus. The Third considers those done by Argol: And, The Fourth those by Mr. Gadbury, in his Collection.

      Printed for Benj. Tooke at the Middle-Temple-gate in Fleetstreet,, London: 1697 - Collation: A4, a-b4, B-2Z4 Pagination: [24], 360p. Modern antique calf, gilt rules to spine, black title label. New endpapers. First blank and title slightly soiled, old owners signature to title in ink. R3 tiny hole to far outside margin, no affect. S4 clean tear top inner margin old repair, no affect. A2 & 2M3 with small stamp of previous owner, ?A*Huey? Last few leaves with light dampstains to top corner. Lacks last blank. Few leaves with outer margins uncut & rough, no affect. Lacks portrait frontispiece, which is rare and not uncommon. Illustrations: Woodcut astrological diagrams. John Partridge (1643-1715), influential English astrologer and producer of almanacs. Apprentice to a shoemaker, he acquired enough books to teach himself Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. He may have studied with atrologer John Gadbury and seems to have given up shoes when his first publication was issued about 1678. His first major work, Mikropanasurm, was published the next year. In 1680, he started issuing an almanac entitled Merlinus Liberatus. Partridge came to prefer the Placidian house system (aka Ptolemaic Method, a system that can be described as time-proportional house sytem of movement, which is in contrast to the space-based systems that are built on atrsonomical great circles, rather than on time curves) a choice evident in his final major works, including Opus Reformation (1693) and the Defectio Geniturarum (1697), both highly technical analyses of primary directions in sample horoscopes. By 1700, he was the most prominent astrologer in Britain. His almanac was so popular other people began to publish almanacs in his name. ?Partridge was the butt of one of Swift?s (Jonathan) most delightful satires and mystifications (under the pseudo of Bickerstaff) prophesying his death, and afterwards announcing it, with the addition of a number of imaginary details, so as to render the description more complete. This last pamphlet, ?The Accomplishment of Mr. Bickerstaffs Predictions, being an account of the death of Mr. Patrridge, killed the latter so effectually that even the repeated counter-pamphlets of the bewildered victim, declaring himself to still be alive, could not convince the world of that fact? [-quote from Sutheran?s Price Catalogue, 1905]. .Often bound with a second title, ?Flagitiosus Mercurius flagellatus? at the end, our copy does not include this work but is complete in itself and not uncommon to be bound alone. Citations: ESTC: R26179. Wing P617. Cantamessa 3337. Gardner, Astrologica 914. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Theory Of The Earth : Containing An Account Of The Original Of The Earth, And Of All The General Changes Which It Hath Already Undergone, Or Is To Undergo Till The Consummation Of All Things. The Third Edition Review'd By The Author [And] A Review Of The Theory Of The Earth, And Its Proofs

      Walter Kettilby, London 1697 - Two Volumes Bound In One, Both With 1697 Dates On Title Pages. (20, Including Frontispiece Portrait, Illustrated Title Page, Printed Title Page), 223; (12), 188 [Including A Review Of The Theory Of The Earth, And Of Its Proofs, Especially In Reference To Scripture. Bound In Tree Calf, Gilt Bands And Dotted Lines On Spine, Red Morocco Spine Label, Gilt Diagonal Striations Along Edges Of Boards. Engraved Bookplate Of Henry Mussenden Leathes Of Herrington Hall, Suffolk, With Later Owner's Name Inked Below. No Other Names Or Marks. Covers Worn, Joints Cracked, A Little Fraying At Tips, Nicely Refurbished, Clean And Bright, Binding Solid. Contents Fine, Entirely Clean And Square With No Wear Or Damage. Worldcat Shows Nine Institutional Holdings, Of Which Only One Notes The Inclusion Of The "Review". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bibliotheca librorum novorum. 5 parts in 3 volumes in 2 bindings, Utrecht, Halma / v.d. Water, 1697-1699.

      Full leather, 3 title vignets by J. van Vianen, and other illustrations, partly folding. At the end a 'Bericht' in Dutch about the 'Woordenboek van G. Tachard' and the accusations by Goris and Van der Slaart against Halma and Van der Aa.

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        Een zeer korte afbeelding van het ware natuurlijke Hebreuwse A.B.C. welke te gelyk de wyse vertoont volgens welke die doof geboren syn, sodanig konnen onderwesen werden dat sy (...) tot het gebruik van spreken komen. Als mede een verhandeling om de doof-geboorene te leeren spreken door Joh. Conrad Amman. Amsterdam, P. Rotterdam, 1697.

      12°, 19e eeuws met sierpapier beplakt karton, (48)+200+(4) pag. Geillustreerd met een fraaie gegraveerde titelpagina met afb. van het onderwijs aan een doofstomme en 36 paginagrote gravures met afbeeldingen van tong en keel. De laatste pagina's hebben lichte schade door inktvlek. Verhandeling over het onderwijs aan doofstommen om te leren liplezen en spreken. O.a. deelt Van Helmont mee dat het spreken van de Hebreeuwse taal gemakkelijk is voor liplezen. De verhandeling van J.C. Amman, pp. 145-200, heeft een eigen titelpagina: Surdus loquens of de doove sprekende, Amsterdam 1697.

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        Samenspraken (...) uit het Latijn vertaald en met kantteekeningen verklaard van Pieter Rabus. 2e druk, Amsterdam, J. Borstius, 1697.

      Gebonden in geheel perkament, (12)+685+(3)+27 pag. Geillustreerd met een gegraveerde tielpagina voorstellende een marktplein met veel figuren en Erasmus in de voorgrond. Aan het slot: Conflictus Thaliae et Barbariei, Dat is Stryd tussen Thalie (eene der zang-godinnen) en Barbaries (de woestheid of bastaardy). Amsterdam, Borstius, 1697. In het voorwerk o.a. een opdracht van Rabus aan Johan van Heel en drempelverzen van Rabus (o.a. De vermomde hof-jonker), Beza, Heinsius en Oudaan.

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        The Theory Of The Earth : Containing An Account Of The Original Of The Earth, And Of All The General Changes Which It Hath Already Undergone, Or Is To Undergo Till The Consummation Of All Things. The Third Edition Review'd By The Author [And] A Review Of The Theory Of The Earth, And Its Proofs

      London: Walter Kettilby, 1697. Third Edition. Tree Calf. Very Good/No Jacket. 29.3 Cm High. Plates and Figures. Two Volumes Bound In One, Both With 1697 Dates On Title Pages. (20, Including Frontispiece Portrait, Illustrated Title Page, Printed Title Page), 223; (12), 188 [Including A Review Of The Theory Of The Earth, And Of Its Proofs, Especially In Reference To Scripture. Bound In Tree Calf, Gilt Bands And Dotted Lines On Spine, Red Morocco Spine Label, Gilt Diagonal Striations Along Edges Of Boards. Engraved Bookplate Of Henry Mussenden Leathes Of Herrington Hall, Suffolk, With Later Owner's Name Inked Below. No Other Names Or Marks. Covers Worn, Joints Cracked, A Little Fraying At Tips, Nicely Refurbished, Clean And Bright, Binding Solid. Contents Fine, Entirely Clean And Square With No Wear Or Damage. Worldcat Shows Nine Institutional Holdings, Of Which Only One Notes The Inclusion Of The "Review".

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        Den Swenska Wäl-öfwade Jord-Gumman Hwilken Grundeligen underwijser huru med en Hafwande handlas / en Wåndande hielpas / en Barna-Qwinna handteras / och det nyfödda Barnet skiötas skal.

      Bok. Nathanael Goldenaus Tryckeri, Stockholm 1697. (1)+(20)+(4)+328+(20) s. 8:o. Samtida skinnband, ryggen med blindpressade dekorationer. Förgyllda snitt. Graverat titelblad samt elva graverade planscher, samtliga, förutom porträttplanschen, vilken som vanligt saknas. Boken reparerad och försedd med nya försättsblad. Bindningen fast. Nästan helt utraderad namnteckning på titelplanschens baksida. Titelbladet brunfärgat runt kanterna. Ryggen med en liten nötning. Inlagan med några fläckar och ett par smärre riss, men överlag i gott skick. Sällsynt. Svenska hylla: 772

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        \"Meteorologia Philosophico-Politica. In duodecim Dissertationes per Quaestiones Meteorologicas & Conclusiones Politicas divisa, appositisque Symbolis illustrata Honori Augusti Romanorum Regis Josephi I. Inscripta Ab Illustrissimo Domino Joanne Bernardo Caelestino, Sac. Rom. Imp. Comite à Rodern, Austriaco Manseensi; Dum sub gloriosis Ejusdem auspiciis Universam Philosophiam publicè propugnadam in Caesareo - Academico Societatis JESU Gymnasio Lincensi susciperet, & ab eadem Augusta Mejestate per Legatum. Excellentissimum & Illustrißimum Dominum Dn. Franciscum Josephum.\"

      Augsburg, A. Nepperschmid 1697. Gr.4°. Titelbl., 2 nn. Bll. (Widmung für Joseph I.), 297 S., 2 nn. Bl. (Index), mit durchnumerierten 83 gestochenen Textillustrationen, Initialen, Kopfleisten, sow. großen Schlußvignetten in Holzschnitt. Pergamentband d. Zeit, mit v. alter Hand in rot u. schwarz beschrifteten Rückenschildern, Schnitt blaugefärbt, Einband fleckig, mäßig bestoßen, Pergamentüberzug an d. Kapitalen eingerissen u. teilw. v. Rücken gelöst, mit zahlreichen Wurmgängen in Einband u. Vorsatz, Bindung gelockert, innen gut erhalten, wenig vergilbt u. fleckig, mit einigen Wurmgängen in den Anfangs- u. Schlußblättern. \"Vgl. Georgi 3,280 (Ausgabe v. 1712). DeBacker VI,1640,3 - sehr schönes spätbarockes Emblembuch auf Grund einer Linzer \"\"Dissertation\"\" unter dem Praeses Franz Reinzer (1661-1708), Jesuit, geb. Grazer, Professor in Wien, Linz, Passau, Graz u. Laibach. Im Sinne des moralischen Anspruchs der Emblembücher wird hier die Natur als \"\"moralische Anstalt\"\" verstanden. Besondere Beachtung verdienen die interessanten ausdrucksstarken Textkupfer in kräftigen Abzügen nach Entwürfen von Wolfgang Joseph Kadoriza (auch Kadorizi; erw. 1697-1730), Linzer Maler, vgl. Thieme-B. 19,412; meist gestochen v. Johanna Sibylla Kraus (auch Krauss; 1646-1717), Ehefrau des Kupferstechers Johann Ulrich Kraus u. Tochter v. Melchior Küsell, gelobt für ihre \"\"virtuose Technik\"\" u. detailgenaues Kopieren der Vorlagen, vgl. ebdt.22,741; tlw. auch von anderen Augsburger Kupferstechern, wie Jacob Müller (1670-1703), vgl. ebdt. 25,232 u. d. älteren (1640-1716) od. jüngeren (1665-ca. 1750) Johann Striedbeck, vgl. rbdt. 32,185f. Dargestellt werden u.a. Naturkatastrophen wie Meteore, Blitzschlag, Überschwemmungen, Eisstoß, Erdbeben, aber auch Bergwerke, u. z. B. auf S. 267 Korallentaucher, die bereits Taucherbrille tragen. Das im VD 17 genannte Frontispiz (vgl. VD 17 Produktionsnr. 12:187699A) ist hier nicht vorhanden. Erstausgabe !\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Emblemata, Barock, Kunst

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        Sefer Shalshelet Ha-Kabalah

      Proops Brothers, Amsterdam 1697 - 12mo. 8 pages, 100 leaves. Original leather, tooled with a beautiful decorative design. Raised bands, bottom third of spine missing, heavy age wear on binidng. A very important and popular work on Jewish history from time of creation to the 16th century, including biographies of rabbinic personalities. The history is infused with stories which made the work very popular. Writing on pasted endpaper and free frontendpaper. Small stamp of previous owner, M.A. Halevy on outside margin of title page and last page. Hinges starting. Last few pages creased. Page 62 has a fold. Staining to top edge of some pages, not affecting text. Rippling to pages. Text in Hebrew, in 'Rashi script.' Binding poor to fair, interior overall good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Meteorologia Philosophico-Politica. In duodecim Dissertationes per Quaestiones Meteorologicas & Conclusiones Politicas divisa, appositisque Symbolis illustrata Honori Augusti Romanorum Regis Josephi I. Inscripta Ab Illustrissimo Domino Joanne Bernardo Caelestino, Sac. Rom. Imp. Comite à Rodern, Austriaco Manseensi; Dum sub gloriosis Ejusdem auspiciis Universam Philosophiam publicè propugnadam in Caesareo - Academico Societatis JESU Gymnasio Lincensi susciperet, & ab eadem Augusta Mejestate per Legatum. Excellentissimum & Illustrißimum Dominum Dn. Franciscum Josephum.

      Augsburg, A. Nepperschmid 1697. - Vgl. Georgi 3,280 (Ausgabe v. 1712). DeBacker VI,1640,3 - sehr schönes spätbarockes Emblembuch auf Grund einer Linzer "Dissertation" unter dem Praeses Franz Reinzer (1661-1708), Jesuit, geb. Grazer, Professor in Wien, Linz, Passau, Graz u. Laibach. Im Sinne des moralischen Anspruchs der Emblembücher wird hier die Natur als "moralische Anstalt" verstanden. Besondere Beachtung verdienen die interessanten ausdrucksstarken Textkupfer in kräftigen Abzügen nach Entwürfen von Wolfgang Joseph Kadoriza (auch Kadorizi; erw. 1697-1730), Linzer Maler, vgl. Thieme-B. 19,412; meist gestochen v. Johanna Sibylla Kraus (auch Krauss; 1646-1717), Ehefrau des Kupferstechers Johann Ulrich Kraus u. Tochter v. Melchior Küsell, gelobt für ihre "virtuose Technik" u. detailgenaues Kopieren der Vorlagen, vgl. ebdt.22,741; tlw. auch von anderen Augsburger Kupferstechern, wie Jacob Müller (1670-1703), vgl. ebdt. 25,232 u. d. älteren (1640-1716) od. jüngeren (1665-ca. 1750) Johann Striedbeck, vgl. rbdt. 32,185f. Dargestellt werden u.a. Naturkatastrophen wie Meteore, Blitzschlag, Überschwemmungen, Eisstoß, Erdbeben, aber auch Bergwerke, u. z. B. auf S. 267 Korallentaucher, die bereits Taucherbrille tragen. Das im VD 17 genannte Frontispiz (vgl. VD 17 Produktionsnr. 12:187699A) ist hier nicht vorhanden. Erstausgabe ! Gr.4°. Titelbl., 2 nn. Bll. (Widmung für Joseph I.), 297 S., 2 nn. Bl. (Index), mit durchnumerierten 83 gestochenen Textillustrationen, Initialen, Kopfleisten, sow. großen Schlußvignetten in Holzschnitt. Pergamentband d. Zeit, mit v. alter Hand in rot u. schwarz beschrifteten Rückenschildern, Schnitt blaugefärbt, Einband fleckig, mäßig bestoßen, Pergamentüberzug an d. Kapitalen eingerissen u. teilw. v. Rücken gelöst, mit zahlreichen Wurmgängen in Einband u. Vorsatz, Bindung gelockert, innen gut erhalten, wenig vergilbt u. fleckig, mit einigen Wurmgängen in den Anfangs- u. Schlußblättern. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Curieuser Geschichts-Calender [...]. Sammelband mit dem „Geschichts-Calender Adams“ und 18 „Curieusen Geschichts-Calendern“. 19 in einem Band.

      Leipzig, Johann Ludwig Gleditsch, 1697-1699. 8°. Mit 19 Titelkupfern. Titelblätter in Rot u. Schwarz. Zus. ca. 1840 S., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bunden, goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Umfangreicher Sammelband mit 18 selbständig erschienenen „Curieusen Geschichts-Calendern“ und dem „Geschichts-Calender Adams, Uhr- und Stamm-Vaters aller Menschen auf der Welt [...]“ von G. F. Loredano (Jena, Johann Bielcke, 1703). - Enthalten sind die jeweils chronologisch aufgebauten Bände Russland, Schweden, Dänemark, England, Wilhelm III., Ungarn und Siebenbürgen, Böhmen, Spanien, Sachsen, Brandenburg, Bayern, Pfalz, Mainz, Trier, Köln, Braunschweig und Lüneburg, Hessen und Niederlande. - Einband etw. berieben u. fleckig. Rücken u. Rückendeckel m. altem Tintenspritzer. Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Versand D: 12,00 EUR Curieuser Geschichts-Calender, Loredano, Geschichts-Calender Adams, Uhr- und Stamm-Vaters aller Menschen auf der Welt, Geschichtskalender, Geschichts-Kalender, Sammelband, Sammelbände

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        The Works of Mr. John Milton.

      London, 1697. First edition of the collected works of John Milton. Folio, bound in contemporary marbled boards with modern calf. A very good example with the contents clean apart from a few minor stains. After Shakespeare and Chaucer, John Milton is the most eminent poet in the English language No other great poet, not even Dante, began with so clear and systematic an intention to devote himself entirely to poetry" (Bloom, John Milton, 1).

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        Parte Occidentale del Mediterraneo. Dedicato all'Illustrissimo Sig. Conte Fabricio Antonio Monsignani dal p. cosmografo Coronelli. MDCLXXXXVII [1697].

      1697. [Venezia, 1698], carta nautica in calcografia, mm. 393x510 (l'impronta della lastra), mm. 465x625 (il foglio). Tratta dalla non comune edizione veneta del celebre atlante nautico che Coronelli pubblicò a fine Seicento come parte del suo Atlante Veneto. In origine la carta era stata pubblicata nello "Prima parte dello Specchio del mare", atlante che raccoglieva le carte di Francesco Maria Levanto, opera edita a Genova nel 1664. Restauro reintegrativo ai due angoli bassi del margine bianco.

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        Lanndhandvest. Deß Hertzogthumbs Steyer, Darinnen desselben erhaltene Freyheiten, Statuta, Lands-Gebräuch und andere Satz- und Ordnungen nach langs begriffen. So Auff nicht münder sonderbares Verlangen einer Löbl. Landschafft in Steyer auß den alten gefertigten Originalien fleissig abgeschriben und erstlich Anno 1583 und anjetzo mit dennen immitls Anno 1641 und 1660 erthailten Concessionen und Vermehrungen wider in Truck gegeben und befürdert worden.

      Widmanstetters Erben, Graz 1697 - Interessanter Sammelband mit drei separat erschienenen, die Steiermark betreffenden Ordnungen; neben der vierten Ausgabe der ¿Lanndhandvest" sind noch die Berg- und die Zehend-Ordnung enthalten. - Der schöne zeitgen. Einband mit dem gepr. gekrönten Doppeladler auf Vorder- sowie dem gekrönten steirischen Panther auf dem Rückendeckel. - Einband etw. berieben u. bestoßen. - Ad 1) Graff 937; Schlossar 62; VD17, 1:015853F. - Ad 2) Graff 938; Schlossar 61; nicht im VD 17. - Ad 3) Graff 939; Schlossar 62; nicht im VD 17.Kl.- Fol. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. Mit einem ganzs. Holzschnitt-Wappen u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen bzw. -Vignetten. 10 nn., 69 num. Bll. - Angeb. - Römisch Kayserlicher Majestät, etc. Ertzhertzog zu Oesterreich, etc. Deß Fürstenthumbs Steyer Berg-Rechts-Büchel. Ebda., 1697. Mit breiter Holzschn.-Titelbordüre u. einem ganzs. Holzschn.-Wappen. 6 nn. Bll. - Angeb. - Fürstlicher Durchleuchtigkeit Ertzhertzogen Ferdinandens zu Oesterreich Neuverfaßte Zehend-Ordnung Im Fürstenthumb Steyer. Ebda., 1697. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        En Kort Undervisning om Then astronomie och Geometrie QVADRANTS. eller som den heter på svenska; En kort undervisning om den astronomiske kvadrants nytta och bruk. Elvius Petrus

      Bok. Petro Elvio. 1697-1716. Liten räknebok från anno 1697 -1715. Detta lilla rara verk är det noll % prutmån på. Intresserade seriösa kunder är välkomna på privat visning av boken.. This book is for the future more of value, its the first ed. you can find at the market in this writing moment. To low price will called back. Natur matematik science

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        Den Nederlandsen hovenier, ... [= Het vermakelijk land-leven, vol. I] ... Met noch omtrent 200 modellen van bloem-perken, ... Including: [GROEN, Jan van der]. Twee hondert modellen, voor de liefhebbers van hoven en thuynen. ...Amsterdam, widow of Gijsbert de Groot, 1699. With: (2) NYLANDT, Petrus. Den verstandigen hovenier, ... [= Het vermakelijk land-leven, vol. II].Amsterdam, widow of Gijsbert de Groot, 1700. Decorated initials (4 or 5 series) plus a few repeats. (3) NYLANDT, Petrus . De medicyn-winkel, of ervaren huys-houder:... [= Het vermakelijk land-leven, vol. III]Amsterdam, Gijsbert de Groot, 1683.3 volumes bound as 1. 4to. Vols. I & II with engraved title-page (each showing a view of an estate through an architectural gate), the 3 title-pages in vol. III each with an engraved illustration. Further with in vol. I 15 numbered full-page engravings of garden plans, views and details on integral leaves, 37 full-page woodcuts with about 200 garden plans, 9 full-page woodcuts of 19 latticework structures, 9

      Landwehr, Ned. kookboek 19.15 (1 copy of ad 3); Springer, Tuinkunst, pp. 28-29 (ad 3 with other Dutch eds. of ads 1-2); STCN (2, 3, 2 copies, incl. 2 incompl.); Witteveen & Cuperus 3693 (4 copies of ad 3), 3696 (4 copies of ad 1), 1697 (1 copy of ad 2). Rare complete set of all three volumes of one of the most popular encyclopaedic household books, treating all aspects of life in the country, from laying out gardens, working in the garden, planting and sowing trees, shrubs, orchards, vegetables and herbs, making sundials, house-keeping, preparing home-medicines, distilling, fishing, bee-keeping, cooking, slaughtering, jam-making, wine-making, etc., intended for use at Dutch country-estates and mansions. It is beautifully and extensively illustrated, especially with examples of garden plans and architecture, many of the illustrations printed from the plates and woodblocks of the 1669 edition. With owner's inscription. Both bifolia of quire E in volume III are misbound, reversing the order of its 4 leaves. There are occasional water stains, most notably in the first 4 leaves of volume II, a small hole in one engraved garden view, also slightly affecting one word of text on the back, and an occasional marginal tear, but otherwise in good condition and only slightly trimmed. The sewing is a bit loose and the binding slightly stained, but still in good condition. A fascinating window into household practices in the 17th-century Netherlands and a wealth of graphic images, especially for garden design.

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        Evangelium infantiae. Vel liber apocryphus de infantia servatoris. Ex manuscripto edidit, ac latina versione & notis illustravit ... Utrecht, François Halma, Willem vande Water, 1697. 8vo. With the main text in Arabic with a parallel Latin translation on the facing pages. Contemporary vellum.

      Schnurrer, Bibliotheca Arabica 412; STCN (8 copies); Zenker, Bibliotheca Orientalis 1239. First edition of the apocryphal Arabic Infancy Gospel, with the Arabic text on the versos and the Latin translation on the facing rectos. Sike, a noted orientalist from Bremen, based his edition on a manuscript that was formerly owned by Jacobus Golius, and the many notes include excerpts from the Quran and other works. The work narrates miracle stories from the first 12 years of Jesus's life, and probably originated in the fourth or fifth century. The wide range of non-Latin types, with not only Arabic and the more common Greek and Hebrew, but also a few words of Syriac, was unusual at this date. With shelf number label and a later manuscript presentation inscription. Some foxing, mostly along the margins, otherwise in very good condition. A couple minor stains on the binding, but otherwise also very good.

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        De Nederlandsche scheepsbouw-konst open gestelt. Vertoonende naar wat regel ... in Nederland meest alle scheepen werden gebouwd. Delft, Andries Voorstad, for Jan ten Hoorn, Amsterdam, 1697. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, with two views of ship-building yards, and numerous detailed illustrations of ship-building on 22 engraved plates by and after Jan and Caspar Luyken (including 13 double-page and once 2 plates on 1 page). 18th-century half calf.

      Bierens de Haan 5401; Bruzelius 1697; Cat. NHSM, p. 745; V. Eeghen & V.d. Kellen 309; Hanson, Cruis Ass. Library, 44; Klaversma & Hannema 1503; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 1109; Nijhoff, "Een Variant in van Yk's Scheeps-Bouw-Konst" in Het Boek, 1921, pp. 139-144. First edition, second issue, of a richly illustrated book on practical shipbuilding by Cornelis van Yk, a very important source for the history of the construction and equipment of Dutch ships in the 17th century.The first four chapters discuss and illustrate ancient and foreign ships, from Noah's ark, East Asian and Chinese ships to Spanish galleys and four experimental ships (all illustrated), including a boat built in Rotterdam in 1653, nicknamed "Het Malle Schip" (The Crazy Ship), that was driven by paddle-wheels. The present copy contains the cancel (2*1-2) in which the author has replaced his comment on Witsen's 1690 Architectura Navalis by a list of contemporary works on shipbuilding, mainly in French and English.With the binding worn, some plates with minor tears (restored) and frontispiece slightly soiled.. Good copy.

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        Museo di fisica e di esperienze variato e decorato di osservazioni naturali EDITION ORIGINALE

      In Venetia |(Venise): Per Io. Baptistam Zuccato, 1697. Fine. Per Io. Baptistam Zuccato, In Venetia (Venise) 1697, Pet. in-4 (16,5x23cm), (8) 319pp., relié. - Rare original edition without the 19 boards that must accompany it. Binding open flexible vellum time. Smooth back with title in black pen. Back dirty, but nice copy, fresh. The boards were never connected in this copy. Collection of 46 scientific observations on various topics by the Italian botanist originally from Sicily Paulo Boccone. It includes several observations on earthquakes, including that of Sicily (1693), on alkaline land, Belzoar stone, the city of Rouen, ancient fibula, tarantula, its bite and its antidote, stone Cobras and several medical observations ... - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale rare, sans les 19 planches qui doivent l'accompagner. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume noire. Dos sali, mais bel exemplaire, bien frais. Les planches n'ont jamais été reliées dans cet exemplaire. Collection de 46 observations scientifiques sur des sujets variés par le botaniste italien originaire de Sicile Paulo Boccone. On y trouve plusieurs observations sur les tremblements de terre, notamment celui de Sicile (1693), sur les terres alcalines, la pierre Belzoar, la cité de Rouen, la fibule antique, la tarentule, sa morsure et son antidote, la pierre de Cobras, et plusieurs observations médicales...

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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. . Overall condition is Very Good. Hardback. Printed pages: [24] 309 + 419 + 310 + 298 + 335 + 287 + 261 + 308

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        OPUSCULUM De Alternativa Beneficiorum Provisione Sede Papali plena, DICATUM Excellentissimo, ac Reverendissimo Domino D. JOANNI DE MELLO Episcopo Colimbricensi, Comiti de Arganil, Domino Coja, à Consilijs Regiae Maiestatis, AUTHORE EMMANUELE ALVAREZ PEGAS, J. C. LUSITANO. VLYSSIPONE, Ex Typographia MICHAELIS DESLANDES, Serenissimi Regis Typographi. Anno 1697.

      - 4° (29,5 x 20 cm), (6) Bl., 225 S., geprägtes Leder der Zeit. Wurmfraßspuren im Buchblock und am Einband, Einband-Rücken mit Fehlstellen oben und unten (4 u. 3 cm), innen bis auf Wurmfraß gut erhalten. Manuel Álvares Pegas (1635-1696)., war ein bedeutender portugisischer Rechtsanwalt, sowohl im Zivilforum als auch im kirchlichen Bereich. Das hier vorliegende Werk ist in keiner deutschen Bibliothek vorhanden. Sprache: Deutsch 2500 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le parfait negociant ou instruction generale pour ce qui regarde le commerc

      à Lyon: Chez Jacques Lyons, 1697. Fine. Chez Jacques Lyons, à Lyon 1697, 2 parties reliées en un Vol. Fort in-4 (16,5x23,5cm), relié. - 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 boards. 2 corners bumped and partially stripped. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Mention de quatrième édition, après la première parue en 1675. Page de titre de la première partie en rouge et noir. Reliure en pleine basane brune mouchetée. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin brun. Coiffe de tête arrachée, avec une partie du premier caisson. Nombreuses estafilades sur les plats. 2 coins émoussés, et partiellement dénudés. Ce manuel du commerce fut mainte fois réédité, et il est remarquablement complet et très varié ; plus qu'un manuel, c'est un guide, car il n'est pas sans critique sur les règles commerciales, l'auteur possèdant une fine analyse juridique des acteurs du commerce. Au delà d'une vocation didactique essentielle, on distingue une volonté éthique fondamentale de la part de Savary. On trouve dans le livre des chapitres sur la Compagnie des Indes orientales, mais aussi sur le commerce avec les colonies françaises au Canada, au Sénégal, sur le commerce à Smyrne.. Une table des matières très précise permet de retrouver dans l'ouvrage l'ensemble des sujtes traités. Savary fut le premier à demander aux banques et aux entreprises d'enregistrer leurs transactions lors de l'ordonnance sur le commerce de 1673, ordonnance dont il fut rendu responsable par Colbert. On sait qu'après avoir amassé une grande fortune dans le négoce, il devint Fermier des domaines (nommé par Fouquet), puis Colbert l'appela au Conseil des réformes pour le commerce. Tampons en page de titre : Domus acheolana. Societate Jesu.

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        Guida de Forestieri per Napoli

      in Napoli: presso Giuseppe Roselli., 1697. Fine. presso Giuseppe Roselli., in Napoli 1697, in-12 (8,5x15,2cm), de (24) 399pp. (33)., relié. - 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. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition augmentée et révisée après l'originale de 1685. Editée par Antonio Bulifon. Illustré de une carte dépliante de Naples, un frontispice, et 48 figures hors texte, dont le format est légèrement plus petit que l'ouvrage et sur une papier différent, plus fin. Outre les églises, les monuments, fontaines et trésors, on y voit une planche du Vésuve et une du port. Toutes les planches portent une légende se terminant par le nom Antonio Bulifon. Cet excellent guide de Naples a été édité jusqu'au XIXe. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume. Une mince déchirure à la carte. Ce guide des étrangers (Forestieri) recense et décrit tous les monuments et les bâtisses remarquables de Naples ainsi que les oeuvres qu'ils renferment. En index, un catalogue des églises de Naples. On a appelé Naples la ville aux mille églises, il y eut par ailleurs de très nombreuses constructions au XVIIe... Pompeo Sarnelli (1649-1724) fut évêque et écrivain, on lui doit un autre guide de la région de Naples et des contes napolitains, issus de la tradition orale.

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        Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis. Translated into English Verse by Mr. Dryden, and several other Eminent Hands. Together with the Satires of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Made English by Mr. Dryden. To Which Is Prefixid a Discourse Concerning the Original and Progress of Satire... by Mr. Dryden.

      London: Jacob Tonson, 1697. Early issue. Adorned with sculptures, being sixteen finely engraved copper plates by Hollar, including the frontispiece, to illustrate each of the Satires and one additional engraved bust of Persius. Also with engraved half-titles to each of the Satires. 8vo, contemporary full speckled calf, sometime lont ago rebacked to period style with the spine featuring gilt ruled raised bands, one compartment with a dark green morocco label lettered and ruled in gilt, endleaves renewed. xo, 501, [3] pp. A well preserved copy. Some minor toning or foxing, more so to the title and frontispiece, binding with some normal age evidence. AN IMPORTANT TRANSLATION OF ONE OF THE GREAT CLASSICAL TEXTS. Jacob Tonson published The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis and Aulus Persius Flaccus originally in 1693. Tonson assembled this complete translation of Juvenal's Satires by ?various hands?, but numbers 1, 3, 6, 10, and 16 were all done by Dryden himself. Number 7 was done by his son Charles, and 14 by his son John. The complete translation of Persius is by Dryden alone, and Dryden also wrote the substantial preface, the ?Discourse concerning the original and progress of satire?, in which he explains the history of the genre and gives a critique of its principal Latin practitioners. He also provides reflections on its modern use. While the sixteen Satires are translations rather than imitations, and generally preserved the original Roman allusions, there are a number of turns of phrase which reflect satirically upon William III. Doubtless both the tragic pessimism of Junius' tenth satire, and Persius's Stoicism in the face of Neronian terror, had a contemporary resonance for Dryden. No reader of Junius? third satire could avoid hearing the translator's voice within its lines. The engraved plates are much in the same style as the somewhat more famous plates in Dryden?s ?Virgil?, which was first published the same year as this edition.

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        Della natura de' fiumi trattato fisico-matematico

      Bologna: Pisarri, 1697 Book. Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to. [12], 375 pp., engr. frontispiece, 15 folding engraved plates, 19c half vellum with spine label. Pages untrimmed. Nice, clean copy. --- Riccardi I, 643; Wellcome III, 177; Roberts & Trent, pp. 151-152; Gamba 1940; Piantanida 1659 --- First edition of the first important riparian treatise. Guglielmini's (1655-1710), approach to hydraulics was through extensive field observation, and Gamba praises the work not only for its classical hydraulics, but for the clarity of its verbal and mathematical expression. The book discusses the nature of rivers and their parts, the motion of water, estuaries and confluents, riverbanks, and the kind of materials carried by rivers. --- Gamba 1641: "Edizione originale e rara"; Libreria Vinciana 1659; Riccardi I1, 643, 91: "Meno pregiata, ma più rara"; Roberts/Tr. 152f.; Wellcome III, 177. - "E questa l'opera che più d'ogni altra rese immortale il nome dell'a(utore). La sua notorietà ci dispensa dal darne minuto ragguaglio. Avvertiremo solo che la dottrina degl'alvei fu portata dall'a(utore). a(utore) tale profezione, che oggi, dopo un secolo emezzo di progressi, rimane tuttavia il testo degli idraulici.".

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        De Nederlandsche scheepsbouw-konst open gestelt. Vertoonende naar wat regel . in Nederland meest alle scheepen werden gebouwd. Delft, Andries Voorstad, for Jan ten Hoorn, Amsterdam, 1697. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, with two views of ship-building yards, and numerous detailed illustrations of ship-building on 22 engraved plates by and after Jan and Caspar Luyken (including 13 double-page and once 2 plates on 1 page). 18th-century half calf.

      - Bierens de Haan 5401; Bruzelius 1697; Cat. NHSM, p. 745; V. Eeghen & V.d. Kellen 309; Hanson, Cruis Ass. Library, 44; Klaversma & Hannema 1503; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 1109; Nijhoff, "Een Variant in van Yk's Scheeps-Bouw-Konst" in Het Boek, 1921, pp. 139-144. First edition, second issue, of a richly illustrated book on practical shipbuilding by Cornelis van Yk, a very important source for the history of the construction and equipment of Dutch ships in the 17th century.The first four chapters discuss and illustrate ancient and foreign ships, from Noah's ark, East Asian and Chinese ships to Spanish galleys and four experimental ships (all illustrated), including a boat built in Rotterdam in 1653, nicknamed "Het Malle Schip" (The Crazy Ship), that was driven by paddle-wheels. The present copy contains the cancel (2*1-2) in which the author has replaced his comment on Witsen's 1690 Architectura Navalis by a list of contemporary works on shipbuilding, mainly in French and English.With the binding worn, some plates with minor tears (restored) and frontispiece slightly soiled. Good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Den Nederlandsen hovenier, . [= Het vermakelijk land-leven, vol. I] . Met noch omtrent 200 modellen van bloem-perken, .Including: [GROEN, Jan van der]. Twee hondert modellen, voor de liefhebbers van hoven en thuynen. .Amsterdam, widow of Gijsbert de Groot, 1699. With: (2) NYLANDT, Petrus. Den verstandigen hovenier, . [= Het vermakelijk land-leven, vol. II].Amsterdam, widow of Gijsbert de Groot, 1700. Decorated initials (4 or 5 series) plus a few repeats.(3) NYLANDT, Petrus. De medicyn-winkel, of ervaren huys-houder:. [= Het vermakelijk land-leven, vol. III]Amsterdam, Gijsbert de Groot, 1683.3 volumes bound as 1. 4to. Vols. I & II with engraved title-page (each showing a view of an estate through an architectural gate), the 3 title-pages in

      - Landwehr, Ned. kookboek 19.15 (1 copy of ad 3); Springer, Tuinkunst, pp. 28-29 (ad 3 with other Dutch eds. of ads 1-2); STCN (2, 3, 2 copies, incl. 2 incompl.); Witteveen & Cuperus 3693 (4 copies of ad 3), 3696 (4 copies of ad 1), 1697 (1 copy of ad 2). Rare complete set of all three volumes of one of the most popular encyclopaedic household books, treating all aspects of life in the country, from laying out gardens, working in the garden, planting and sowing trees, shrubs, orchards, vegetables and herbs, making sundials, house-keeping, preparing home-medicines, distilling, fishing, bee-keeping, cooking, slaughtering, jam-making, wine-making, etc., intended for use at Dutch country-estates and mansions. It is beautifully and extensively illustrated, especially with examples of garden plans and architecture, many of the illustrations printed from the plates and woodblocks of the 1669 edition. With owner's inscription. Both bifolia of quire E in volume III are misbound, reversing the order of its 4 leaves. There are occasional water stains, most notably in the first 4 leaves of volume II, a small hole in one engraved garden view, also slightly affecting one word of text on the back, and an occasional marginal tear, but otherwise in good condition and only slightly trimmed. The sewing is a bit loose and the binding slightly stained, but still in good condition. A fascinating window into household practices in the 17th-century Netherlands and a wealth of graphic images, especially for garden design.

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        Cursus Osteologicus : A Compleat Doctrine of the Bones

      I. Dawks for D. Browne at the Black Swan without Temple Bar ; and R. Clavell at the Peacock near St. Puritan's Church 1697 - this extremely rare little book has been rebound in recent full leather with gold gilt to the spine. it is complete. the front and rear end pages have been re-backed. 125 pages of text. the book has many notes from previous owner's most of these are circa 1750.some of the inscriptions opposite the title page have smudged marking the title page. the chart opposite page 27 is present but it is worn and has tape repairs. the book has age related marks and the pages are wavy. there is no evidence of water damage, but possibly the book was in a damp environment for some of its long life. all pages are totally accessible [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rariorum plantarum Horti Medici Amstelodamensis descriptio & icones. Beschryvinge en curieuse afbeeldingen van rare vreemde Africaansche, Oost-West-Indische en andere gewassen vertoont in den Amsterdamsche Kruyd-Hof. Met groote moeyte en arbeid op stads-kosten in vele jaren aangewend, en by een versameld door Casparus Commelin M. D. en botanicus horti Medici.

      - Amsterdam, P. Blaeu, J. Blaeu and [the widow of] Abraham van Someren (1697, 1701). Two parts in two. Folio (near matching at 39.8 x 26.2 cm and 40.0 x 25.5 cm). Part I: Latin half title; Latin title in two colours with title vignette; Dutch title (do.); engraved allegorical frontispiece showing the virgin of Amsterdam in a foreign (subtropical) landscape amidst exotic people offering plants as gifts; coat-of-arms of Joannes Huydecoper, and that of Joannes Commelin, dedication leaf to the mayors of Amsterdam; [8], 220 pp., 110 engraved plates showing 112 numbered plants with explanatory text leafs in Latin and Dutch, each with floral vignette at the end of each description. Contemporary vellum. Part II: Latin half title, allegorical frontispiece, showing Theophrastus teaching botany in the real Hortus garden, with the houses along the Nieuwe Herengracht canal in the background, Dutch title page, dedication page (to the mayors of Amsterdam, and to the trustees of the Hortus). Coat-of-arms of Franciscus de Vroede (senator of the Hortus), Joannes Huydecoper (curator) and Gerbrandus Pancras (do.). [4], 224, [4] pp., and 113 plates, numbered up to 112 with fig. 4 in two different states (on recto and verso of one leaf), as intended. Thus, in total: two frontispieces, five coats-of-arms and 225 numbered plates on 222 leaves.l The plants described and figured were collected in Asia, the Americas and South Africa (Cape of Good Hope) by crew members of the merchant ships of the Dutch East and West India companies and donated to the Amsterdam Horticultural Garden, of which Jan Commelin was the director. Jan Commelin (1629-1692) died before the publication of Part I of his manuscript, and this is acknowledged on the title pages of Part I. As further explained there, the botanist, zoologist and anatomist Frederik Ruysch (1638-1731) edited the work and added some annotations. Commelin's nephew and successor, Caspar, wrote Part II. The work is of an outstanding quality, with beautiful plates in deep shades of grey and black. There are 20 plates depicting Aloes, but also many more exciting exotic plants. Part I with a few small, marginal spots, a few plates slightly age toned, but with strong impressions. Small hole in explanatory leaf to plate 79, some minor soiling to p. 218, contemporary handwriting (the Latin names of the species) in the margin of several plates. Part II with repair to the lower corner of fig. 88, traces of slight worming in the lower inner margin, but this is really unobtrusive. A faint half-circular water stain to outer margin of pp. 205-224 and index, somewhat stronger on figs 105-107, but also hardly distracting. In all, a very good copy of this rare and important work on the plants kept in the Amsterdam Hortus Botanicus, which still exists to this day at its original location. Nissen quotes a wrong number of plates, probably counting frontispieces as well. This copy is super complete with 225 numbered figs on 222 leaves, which is one plate more than usually quoted as the maximum, but that is probably because fig. 4 (Part II) has two versions, meaning there are two figures displayed on one leaf (the leaf was printed on both sides), the only plate that was done that way in this entire work. It remains unclear if all copies have this particular double plate, since very few mention it in their descriptions nor is there any remark by the bibliographers on this topic. Furthermore almost all plates show one species, and the figure number equals the number of plates, except that figs 42-44 (Part I) are on one plate, for a total of 112 numbered figs on 110 leaves. BM(NH) Cat., p. 371; Nissen BBI, 389; Pritzel, 1833; Stafleu & Cowan, 1187.

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