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        Catéchisme du diocèse de Meaux. RELIE AVEC Catéchisme des festes et autres solennitez et observances de l'église

      Mabre-Cramoisi, Paris 1698 - 9 ff, 236 pp; 4 ff, 121 pp; 2 ouvrages en 1 volume. 1 vol volumes. Reliure plein veau, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons et du titre doré

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        The Annals and History of C. Cornelius Tacitus

      London: Matthew Gillyflower, 1698. Leather Bound. Fair. 3 vols.: 475; 453; 502 p. 20 cm. Identical frontispieces adorn each volume. Vol. 3. has fold-out diagram of a military camp. Full leather, hinges delicate with tears top and bottom, spine label chipped on volumes 1 and 3 and missing on vol. 2. Minor scuffing. Bumped corners. Owner's signature on title pages. Some stains and small tears, heavy spotting in some sections. Vol 1: page 176 poorly repaired; vol. 2.: stain p. 65; vol. 3: detached front endpaper, corner torn on p. 5. Cornelius Tacitus was a Roman senator and highly regarded historian of his time. This English translation collects all of his writings that have survived the ages. It also contains "A View of Military Affairs, Relating to the Roman History," by Sir Henry Savile.

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        Interest in Epitome: or, Tables in a shorter method than hitherto publish'd. Exactly Calculated from One Pound to Ten Millions of Money, to the Thousandth part of a Penny, after the Rate of five, six, seven and eight Per Cent. Per annum

      London: Printed for, and sold by the Author. 1698. First. First edition. Thin 24mo. [16]pp. Contemporary marbled papercovered boards. Moderate wear to the wrappers, a very good copy. An "advertistment" on page [5] declares that the author has examined and corrected any mistakes in every copy, and has been Signed by the author: "Exam'd Israel Falgate." A brief calculator that was added to Sir Samuel Morland's (much longer and constantly reprinted) Perpetual Almanack in 1699. This appears to be the earliest iteration, and the only separate edition. Falgate worked at the Bank of England. Neither OCLC, COPAC, or ESTC locate a 1698 edition (the earliest mention of Falgate is in the 1699 Almanack). .

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        Osservazioni Istoriche sopra alcuniMedaglioni Antichi all'altezza serenissima do Cosimo III, Grandduca diToscana.

      Rome. Domenico Antonio Ercole in Parione. 1698. - 4to. 26cm,xxviii,495,(1)pp., engraved frontis plate & title vignette and 41engraved plates (3 folding), engraved head & tail piece decorations,index, in quarter polished brown calf backed marbled boards, gilt ruledraised bands, blind stamped decorations in the panels, crushed greenmorocco label, early bookplate, marble endpapers but lacking front freeendpaper, near fine (dc1). ~ Text in Italian. "Historic Observationsof some Ancient Medals to his Serene Highness Cosimo III, Grand Duke ofTuscany." An iconic study of Imperial coins and medals of the RomanEmpire based on the collection of Cardinal Gasparo di Carpegna.Antiquary, Filippo Buonarroti (1661-1733), a great grand-nephew ofMichelangelo, had served as the Cardinal's secretary, conservator andlibrarian in Rome from 1684-1699 and was a prominent Florentine antiquaryand politician. The thirty-eight medal plates were engraved by FrancescusAndreoni; the title-page, frontispiece and decorations by Pietro SantoBartoli. With a long dedication to Cosimo III de Medici, Grand Duke ofTuscany, who reigned the Duchy from, 1670 to 1723. References:Bibliographie Universele XVI, 274. Dekesel 17th, B289. Lipsius 63. Brunet29620. Cigcognara 2782. Ebert 3152. Graess I, 573. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DIRECTORI DE LA VISITA DEL GENERAL DEL PRINCIPAT DE CATALUNYA, Y COMPTATS DE ROSSELLÒ, Y CERDANYA: y capitols resultans acerca dels carrechs, y obligacions dels Senyors Diputats, y Oydors, y Oficials de la Casa de la Deputacio.

      En casa de Rafel Figuerò. Barcelona, 1698 - . 19 cm. 320 pàg. (sign. A-P8, Q-Z4, 2A-B4). Gravat xilogràfic a la portada (escut de la Diputació), frisos i caplletres. Enq. en pergamí, llom retolat. Aguiló 1434. Palau 74121. Simon Palmer 1365. administració pública, diputació del general, catalunya, vegueries, història de catalunya Història de Catalunya Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 catalàn

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        Des Getreuen Eckardts verwegener Chirurgus, In welchem Wie ein rechtschaffener Chirurgus beschaffen seyn solle / was er für Tugenden an sich nehme / und welcherley Laster er zu fliehen; Hernach bewährteste Artzney-Mittel in allerhand Kranckheiten und Zufällen Menschlichen Leibes zugebrauchen; Dann sonderliche Philosophische / Politische / Chymische / Chirurgische / am meisten aber Medicinische Observationes und Anmerckungen / wie auch eine gründliche Erörterung vieler zweiffelhaffter Vorträge; Endlich welcher Gestalt man sich auf Räisen / und so wohl in frembden als einheimischen Zusammenkunfften verhalten solle. Mit Beyfügung Sinn- und Lehr-reicher / erschröcklicher und lustiger Begebenheiten vorgestellet werden.

      Bey Lorenz Kröniger und Gottlieb Göbels,, Augsburg und Leipzig, 1698 - Augsburg und Leipzig, Bey Lorenz Kröniger und Gottlieb Göbels, 1698. 8°. 1 n.n. B., 2074 (recte 1174) S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Wellcome II, 535. - Waller 2834. - Hirsch II, 311. - VD17 39:142868Z. - Krivatsy 3734. - Dünnhaupt IX/2, 1433. - Einzige Ausgabe. "Ein kultuthistorisch sehr interessanter ärztlicher Schriftsteller" (Hirsch). Über den Autor ist wenig bekannt ausser dass er aus Glogau stammte und sich königlich-polnischer Leibmedicus nannte. Er veröffentlichte eine Reihe von medizinischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Darstellungen in Romanform meist unter dem Titel "des getreuen Eckardts". In der Form des Reiseromans wird das gesamte chirurgische Wissen in Europa seiner Zeit dargestellt. Der Wortschatz der Romane Ettners wurde von den Gebrüdern Grimm in ihr Wörterbuch aufgenommen. Die Texte müssen in ihrer Zeit sehr populär und weit verbreitet gewesen sein, obwohl sie nur in wenigen Auflagen gedruckt erschienen sind. Heute sind sie nahezu unauffindbar geworden. Sowohl in literarischer wie medizinischer Hinsicht hochinteressant. - Das hübsche Frontispiz mit kleiner Wurmspur am unteren Rand ebenso die letzten 20 Blatt. Titel mit altem handschriftlichen Besitzvermerk. Titel und Frontispiz fingerfleckig, sonst sauberes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.

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        Directori de la visita del General del Principat de Catalunya y Comptats de Rossellò y Cerdanya:, y capitols resultans acerca dels carrechs y obligacions dels senyors Diputats, y Oydors, y Oficials de la Casa de la Deputaciò, y General de Catalunya, y altres. Van anyadits en esta vltima impressiò las Ciutats, Vilas y Llochs del present Principat y Comptats de Rosellò y Cerdanya distribuits per sas Veguerias .

      Barcelona: en casa de Rafel sic Figuerò 1698 - with woodcut arms on title, tear in last leaf passing through one letter on recto (verso blank) without loss, pp. [3-] 320 (lacking initial blank), square 8vo, contemporary limp vellum, remains of ties, a little soiled, rear endleaf partially torn away, contemporary ownership inscription on title of ‘Del Fran[cis]co Aparici’, very good The record of the Visitation on the accession of Prince George of Hesse-Darmstadt as Viceroy of Catalonia, confirming the principality in its privileges. Príncep Jordi, as he was known locally, proved a popular viceroy (he learnt Catalan, and introduced reforms), but he was replaced in 1701 by a pro-Bourbon. The first owner is probably Francesco Aparicio i Font, Jesuit author of a tract on the Virgin (Palau 13,698, same year & publisher as the present work). Scarce: University of Chicago only in the USA in WorldCat, BL only in COPAC. (Palau 74121)

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        Sei lettere del signor N. ad un cavaliere della corte di Torino sopra le concessioni fatte da' Papi à i Duchi di Savoia intorno a' i beneficii de' loro stati.

      - Torino, Gio. Battista Zappata, 1698. 4to. Bross. recente. 252+55 pp. - La sesta lettera con front. e numerazione a parte. Una sola copia in Censimento.

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        Thesauri Elektoralis Brandenburgici continuatio : Sive numismatum Romanorum, quae in Cimeliarchio Electorali Brandenburgico asservantur, tam consularium quam imperatoriorum, series selecta, aere expressa, et commentario illustrata. authore Laurentio Begero., [Thesaurus Brandenburgicus., Vol. II.].

      Berolini ; Lipsiae ; Coloniae Marchiae : Liebpert, o.J. [1698]. - [8] Bl., S. 525 - 870, [16] Bl. : Frontisp., Ill. Seiten unten rechts lt. fingerfleckig. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Nur Band 2, der Ausgabe. [[Thesaurus Brandenburgicus., Vol. II]. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 35,5 x 24 cm. Neuerer einfacher Halbleineneinband. Lt stockfleckig.

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        XX. boeken van de oude geschiedenissen der Joden. I. Van sijn leven. VII. Van de Joodsche oorlogen, en de verwoesting van Jerusalem. II. Van de joodsche oudheyd, tegens Apionem. I. Van de heerschappije des vernufts, en 't lyden en dood der Machabeen. Uyt het Griex en Latyn vertaald door L. van den Bos. Nevens Egesippi boeken, van de Joodsche oorlogen, en de verstooring der stad Jerusalem. Mede op nieuws uyt het Hoogduyts vertaald door S. de Vries. In IV deelen.

      Asd., Barend Visser et al, 1698. - 4 vols. Small 8vo. (XVI+567+(44);581-1224+(40);(XII)+688+(27);(VI)+457+(23) pp. With engraved frontispiece & 63 engr. plts., each cont. 2 ills. Indexes. Hardcover. Contemp. vellum. VG/--. (Few corners & fore edges sl. dam.; vols. III & IV bound upside down with regard to spine titles; bookplate on endp. of vol. II, remains of bookplate on endp. of vol. III). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. J.B. Homann b. Iac. de Sandrart "Accuratißima Totius Africae tabula ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, 1698, 48,5 x 57,5. Seltene Afrika Karte bei Sandrart, von J.B. Homann ( gestochen ! ). Betz, The mapping of Africa, Nr. 185. Norwich, Maps of Africa, Nr. 61 und Abb. - Vergleiche auch Sandler, Joh, Baptista Homann, S. 57. Diese Karte gehört zu den ersten von Homann selbst gestochenen Karten, hier vorliegend in schönem Altkolorit. .

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        LE SONGE DE BOCACE traduit d'Italien en François (LABERINTO D'AMORE).

      Vedova Buillerot,, Parigi, 1698 - Volume in 8° piccolo, splendida legatura coeva in pelle screziata, titolo al tassello al dorso a 5 nervi finemente decorato ai piccoli ferri, sguardie, frontespizio, 7 carte non numerate, 362, (4) pp. Editio princeps di quest'opera "attribuita" nella sua stesura originale al sommo Boccaccio (e tratterebbesi del delizioso "Laberinto d'Amore") che però è qui tradotto molto, e sottolineasi molto, liberamente, con aggiunte d'altre mani e menti. Il Barbier pur non confermando apertamente che l’autore sia Boccaccio, lo dice tradotto da un certo Le Sieur de Premont che richiama il grande italiano nella prefazione in cui anticipa pure il tema e lo spirito dell’opera che, nel piu' tipico atteggiamento di Boccaccio, vede ritratte le donne senza falso pudore. In ottimo stato, davvero poco comune prima edizione.

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        Speculum Juris Metallici, Oder: Berg-Rechts-Spiegel: Darinnen zu.

      1698 - Seventeenth-Century Treatise on Bohemian Mining Law Span, Sebastian. Speculum Juris Metallici, Oder: Berg-Rechts-Spiegel, Darinnen zu Finden Was Jedweder dem Bergwesen Zugethaner, Hohen, Mittlern und Niedern Person, Als Grund-Herren, Obrist-Munzmeister, Berg-Vorstehern, Berg-Ampts-Leuten, Dienern und Arbeitern, Befehl, Verrichtung und Befugniss Ist; Wie sie sich bey und Gegen Andere, So zum Bergwerck Angenommen, Mit Befehl-Oder Forttreiben, Auch in Gut-Oder Rechtlichen Streit-Handeln Verhalten Sollen; Aus denen vom Kayser Ferdinando I. Lobl. Gedachtniss, An. 1584 Publicirten Joachimsthalischen, Schlackenwaldischen Silber- und Zien- wie auch bey Zeiten Kayser Rudolphi II. Hochlobl. Andenckens, zu Pappier Gesetzten Zweyen Land-Bergwercks-Ordnungen im Konigreich Bohmen, Auffgerichteten Bergwercks-Vergleichungen, Gefolgten Reformationen, Ertz-Kauffen, Begnadigungen un Privilegien, It. Andern Berg-Gebrauchen, Was Darinnen von ein Oder Andern Chur- und Furstl. Berg-Ordnung Statuiret Worden; Mit Denen Formalibus Unter Eines Jeden Sonderbare Rubric Gebracht. Dresden: Bey Johann Jacob Wincklern, 1698. [xvi], 422 (i.e. 426), [20] pp. Folio (12-1/2" x 7-3/4"). Contemporary three-quarter calf over speckled boards, raised bands, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine, speckled edges, ribbon marker. Some rubbing to boards and extremities, front joint just starting at head. Title page printed in red and black, woodcut head and tail-pieces. Moderate toning to text, light browning in places, part of date lacking from bottom edge of title page due to printer error, early owner stamp to foot of verso, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Only edition. Central Europe, Bohemia especially, has been an important mining center since the late-middle ages and the source of some of Europe's earliest mining laws. Originally local, Central European mining law became more Germanic over time through the authority of the Holy Roman Empire. Span's treatise summarizes this body of law with an emphasis on the enactments of Holy Roman Emperors, and Kings of Hungary, Bohemia and Croatia, Ferdinand I and Rudolf II. Among other topics, Span considers the demarcation of territory, drainage, ventilation and the division of expenses and profits among investors. OCLC locates 3 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Vie de Mahomet, Où l'on découvre amplement la Verité de l'Imposture [trans. Daniel de Larroque]

      Cr. 8vo, etched title, [6], 164, [4] pp, (adverts), 9 etched plated, title-page in red and black, light waterstain in foremargin of first and last few leaves, signature of "J. Bohun Smyth, 5. Jan. 1792" and stamp of "W.* Lucas" on front fly, 18c. sprinkled calf, 2-line gilt fillet borders, crescent and star in spine compartments, morocco label, apart from slight skinning in places a good copy.

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        Heraldica Curiosa, Welche der Wappen Ursprung, Wachsthum, Fortgang, und wie selbiger noch heutiges Tages bey denen Teutschen im Gebrauch, ausührlichen zeiget... Insonderheit auch Von denen Schildhaltern, Helm- Decken, Kronen. Hüten, Hauben etc. Nürnberg, J. L. Buggel 1698. Fol. 5 Bll., 226 S., 9 Bll. Mit allegorischem Frontispiz und 15 Kupfertafeln mit über 1200 Wappen, Pbd. d. Zt.

      . . VD17 12:650796D.- Erste Ausgabe. - Grundlegendes deutsches Handbuch der Wappenkunst im 18. Jahrhundert. - Die Kupfer zeigen Wappen, Kronen, Helmdecken, Orden, Fahnen u.a.- Tls. leicht gebräunt od. stockfleckig, Tafeln unten fingerfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. bestoßen, Rücken tls. ergänzt.

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        New Account of East-India and Persia, in Eight Letters

      First Edition in a Contemporary BindingFRYER, John. A New Account of East-India and Persia, in Eight Letters. Being Nine Years Travels, Begun 1672, and Finished 1681. London: Ri[chard] Chiswell, 1698.First edition. Small folio (12 5/16 x 7 1/2 inches; 312 x 191 mm). [8], xiii, [1, errata], 427, [1, blank], [xxiv index] pp. With a total of nine engraved plates, including the engraved frontispiece, four engraved plates, three of which are double page, one small folding plan, and three engraved map plates (one of which is page 60 with the printed key over-slip). Numerous other engravings in the text. Title-page in red and black. Without free endpapers. Half-title printed on the verso of the frontispiece portrait. With a separate title-page for Collections of the coins, weights, and precious stones, usual in those places of trade within the charter of the Honourable East-India-Company which is part of the pagination.Full period paneled calf. Spine printed in gilt. Red morocco spine label, lettered in gilt. Edges speckled red. Some restoration to joints. A bit of rubbing to corners, edges and spine extremities. Some light dampstaining to outer margins. Remnants of torn back free endpaper still intact. Overall a very good copy.\"On 9 December 1672 Fryer left from Gravesend for a lengthy tour of India and Persia undertaken in the interests of the East India Company. He did not return to England until August 1682. Sixteen years later he published A New Account of East India and Persia ... being Nine Years\' Travels, Begun in 1672, which he had been prompted to write in the wake of criticism of English expeditions in French guides. A book rich in details of natural history and local medical practice, Fryer\'s account was republished in Dutch in 1700.\" (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography).ESTC R23401 .HBS 65188.$5,000

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        Abrege methodique de l'histoire de France.

      . 4th ed. Paris: Charles de Sercy 1698. With engr. frontisp. & numerous engr. portraits in the text. Sm. 8vo. (22) + 418 pp. Cont. full calf, joints weak. * Brunet I, 1255..

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        Abregé methodique de l'histoire de France.

      4th ed. Paris: Charles de Sercy 1698. With engr. frontisp. & numerous engr. portraits in the text. Sm. 8vo. (22) + 418 pp. Cont. full calf, joints weak.. Brunet I, 1255

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      Limburgi Ducatus et Comitatus Valckenburgi nova descriptio. Orig. coloured copperengraving. N. Visscher. Amsterdam 1698. (56x46).

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        'Nobilissimi Albis Fluvii Ostia, nec non Hamburgense et alia Territoria adjacentia. - In lucem edita per Nicolaum Visscher Amst. Bat. cum Privileg. Ordin. General. Belgii Foederati.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Nicolaas Visscher in Amsterdam, 1698, 37 x 52. Koeman Bd. III, S. 178, 87. - Zeigt den Elbelauf von Stade bis zur Mündung beim Amt Ritzebüttel in 2 Teilen übereinander. - Unten rechts Gesamtansicht von Hamburg (5,5 x 26). - Die anliegenden Orte mit kleinen Vogelschauansichten. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Georg Matthäus Vischer von Jacob Hoffmann, "Das in dem Ertzhertzogtumb Vnter Osterreich Erstes Viertl. Vnter Wienner Wald. Maastab einer Meil von 1 1/2 Stunde".

      . 1698, 33,5 x 41,5. Tooley, Dict. of Mapmakers, Bd. 2 ( E- J.), S. 349. ( erwähnt nur eine Karte von Niederösterreich. ohne Lebensdaten); König, G., Mappae Austrae inferioris, Nr. 20 mit Beschreibung und gans. Abb.. - Unten rechts eine große Titelkartusche ( ein Kranz mit zahlr. Wappen ), unten links ene kleine Kartusche mit Erklärungen. - Beiliegt ein Blatt mit einem Ortsregister in gleicher Größe wie die Karte. - Gebiet Tulln - Bratislava ( Pressburg), im Süden noch Puchberg. Im Norden mittig die Stadt Wien.

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        Folium populi.(Colophon:) Ingolstadt, [Petrus Apianus], 22 October 1533. Folio (30 x 20.5 cm). With the text in Latin and German, title-page in red and black with a large woodcut by Hans Brosamer; a nearly full-page woodcut of the coat of arms of the dedicatee, J.G. of Loubenberg; a large woodcut diagram printed twice (in the Latin and in the German text); and 7 decorative initial letters. Without the folding plate included in a very small number of copies. Modern boards with the original fly-leaves preserved.

      Adams A-1289; Berlin Kat. 1698; BMC STC German, p. 37; DSB I, pp. 178-179; Van Ortroy, Apian 106; Zinner, Astron. Instrumente, pp. 233-234; Zinner, Astron. Literatur 1513; cf. WorldCat (microfilm only); for Brosamer, see Thieme & Becker V, pp. 66-67. First edition, in Latin and German, of Apianus's description of his newly invented sundial in the form of a poplar leaf. This instrument can be used to tell the hours of the day, the times of sunrise and sunset, and the so-called "Jewish" hours dividing the time between sunrise and sunset into 12 parts. The stunning woodcuts were executed by Hans Brosamer (ca. 1500-1554), with his monogram on the title woodcut next to the image of a woodblock cutter's knife. The title in the present copy is in an uncorrected state, with "RFCENS" and "RFDACTUM" for "RECENS" and "REDACTUM."Apianus (1495-1552), cartographer and professor of mathematics at the University of Ingolstadt, was a pioneer in the design of astronomical and geographical instruments. He set up a printing office in his own home in order to oversee his scientific publications. With wormholes slightly affecting the text and illustrations, but otherwise a very good copy and with generous margins. Lacking the final blank leaf, but with a contemporary fly-leaf at the front and another at the back. A pioneering horological work, beautifully illustrated.

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        Sammelband von Dissertationen und Disputationen. 15 akademische Ãœbungen von 1679 - 1689.

      Leipzig, Sumptibus Nicolai Foersteri, Bibliopolae Hanoveran., 1698.. Quart. ca. 600 Seiten. 15 Teile in einem zeitgenössischen Pergamentband. (Dissertationes juridicae Volumen novum). Dissertationen und Disputationen waren besonders im Privatrecht das Grundgerüst der Großkommentare des Usus modernus Pandectarum. Viele Kommentare reihten in der Legalordnung die Disputationen aneinander, und bildeten so die sogenannten Kettenkommentare, etwa das Speciemen usus modernus pandectarum von Samuel Stryk oder die Meditationes von Augustin Leyser. Auch Böhmer nutzte diese Literatur für seinen Großkommentar, den Exerictationes iuris. Die Dissertationen hat Samuel Stryk alle während seiner Lehrtätigkeit an der Viadrina, der Universität Frankfurt an der Oder, abgehalten.

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        Speculum Juris Metallici, Oder: Berg-Rechts-Spiegel: Darinnen zu

      1698. Seventeenth-Century Treatise on Bohemian Mining Law Span, Sebastian. Speculum Juris Metallici, Oder: Berg-Rechts-Spiegel, Darinnen zu Finden Was Jedweder dem Bergwesen Zugethaner, Hohen, Mittlern und Niedern Person, Als Grund-Herren, Obrist-Munzmeister, Berg-Vorstehern, Berg-Ampts-Leuten, Dienern und Arbeitern, Befehl, Verrichtung und Befugniss Ist; Wie sie sich bey und Gegen Andere, So zum Bergwerck Angenommen, Mit Befehl-Oder Forttreiben, Auch in Gut-Oder Rechtlichen Streit-Handeln Verhalten Sollen; Aus denen vom Kayser Ferdinando I. Lobl. Gedachtniss, An. 1584 Publicirten Joachimsthalischen, Schlackenwaldischen Silber- und Zien- wie auch bey Zeiten Kayser Rudolphi II. Hochlobl. Andenckens, zu Pappier Gesetzten Zweyen Land-Bergwercks-Ordnungen im Konigreich Bohmen, Auffgerichteten Bergwercks-Vergleichungen, Gefolgten Reformationen, Ertz-Kauffen, Begnadigungen un Privilegien, It. Andern Berg-Gebrauchen, Was Darinnen von ein Oder Andern Chur- und Furstl. Berg-Ordnung Statuiret Worden; Mit Denen Formalibus Unter Eines Jeden Sonderbare Rubric Gebracht. Dresden: Bey Johann Jacob Wincklern, 1698. [xvi], 422 (i.e. 426), [20] pp. Folio (12-1/2" x 7-3/4"). Contemporary three-quarter calf over speckled boards, raised bands, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine, speckled edges, ribbon marker. Some rubbing to boards and extremities, front joint just starting at head. Title page printed in red and black, woodcut head and tail-pieces. Moderate toning to text, light browning in places, part of date lacking from bottom edge of title page due to printer error, early owner stamp to foot of verso, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Only edition. Central Europe, Bohemia especially, has been an important mining center since the late-middle ages and the source of some of Europe's earliest mining laws. Originally local, Central European mining law became more Germanic over time through the authority of the Holy Roman Empire. Span's treatise summarizes this body of law with an emphasis on the enactments of Holy Roman Emperors, and Kings of Hungary, Bohemia and Croatia, Ferdinand I and Rudolf II. Among other topics, Span considers the demarcation of territory, drainage, ventilation and the division of expenses and profits among investors. OCLC locates 3 copies in North American law libraries (Harvard,

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        Capitoli stabiliti nel Congresso di Rysvvich sopra la pace generale conclusa tra li Prencipi collegati, e la maestà del christianissimo. L'anno 1697.

      Per il Degni (Demetrio) editore,, Modona (Modena) 1698 - Segue al frontespizio: Con alcune Piante in rame delle Piazze principali restituite dalla M.S. alle suddette Potenze. Cinque stampe incise fuori testo raffiguanti Filisburgo, Ath, Nansi, Dinant e Brisac, composte da graziosa veduta della città e relativa pianta. Trattati della pace generale Conclusi tra le Potenze Collegate, cioè Cesare, Imperio, Spagna, Inghilterra, Olanda, et altri Prencipi dell'Europa, con la Francia, in Rysvych, in Olanda li 10 Settembre, e 30 Novembre 1697. - Trattato di pace Concluso li 20 Settembre dell'Anno 1697 nel Castello di Rysvich nella Provincia di Olanda, tra il Serenissimo, e Potentissimo Prencipe Luigi XIV Rè di Francia, e di Navarra da una parte, & il Serenissimo, e Potentissimo Prencipe Guglielmo III Rè della Gran Brettagna dall'altra parte. - Trattato di Pace tra Sua Maestà Christianissima, e Sua Maestà Cattolica. Concluso nel Castello di Rysvich li 20 Settembre 1697. - Trattato di Pace tra Cesare e l'Imperio con la Francia concluso nel Palazzo di Rysvich in Olanda li 30 Ottobre 1697. - Trattato di pace tra la maestà Christianissima, e l'Altezza Reale di Savoja, sopra la Neutralità d'Italia, nella maniera, che lo presentarono nel Congresso li Ministri di Francia, il quale si cita nell'Articolo XXXIII del Trattato della Pace Generale tra il Rè di Spagna, ed il Rè di Francia (Articolo XXXIII: La Pace conclusa à Turino li 19 di Agosto 1696 tra S.M. Christianissima, & il Sig. Duca di Savoja sarà confermata, e compresa in questo Trattato). Opera censita in ICCU dalla sola Biblioteca Estense Universitaria di Modena, con esemplare mutilo da pagina 17 a 40 e con 2 incisioni su 5. Capilettere xilografati. Errore di numerazione alle pagine 45, 46, 47, e 48. Lieve brunitura alle prime pagine. Ottimo esemplare. Legatura coeva in tutta pergamena, pp. 52, 5 tavole incise, in 8° piccolo

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        Rotterdam.

      1698 - Amsterdam, Frederick de Wit. c.1698. 400 x 510mm. Detailed bird's-eye view of Rotterdam, although not attempting a correct perspective, with a 48-point key. Originally published by Jansson, this example comes from de Wit's Townbook of the Netherlands, in which he used plans from the defunct Blaeu & Jansson firms in addition to his own.- KOEMAN: Wit 26 & 27.

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        THE CHRISTIAN'S PATTERN: OR, A TREATISE OF THE IMITATION OF JESUS CHRIST IN FOUR BOOKS... TO WHICH ARE ADDED, MEDITATIONS AND PRAYERS, FOR SICK PERSONS

      M. Gillyflower, R. Sare, T. Bennet, F. Saunders, & M. Wotton. LEATHER BOUND. B003N05FHW 1698 first Stanhope edition Printed by W[illiam] O[nley] for M. Gillyflower, R. Sare, T. Bennet, F. Saunders and M. Wotton (London), 4 7/8 x 7 3/4 inches tall full leather bound, gilt lettering to crimson leather label to spine, marbled endpapers, engraved frontispiece and full-page engraving preceding each of the four books signed by renowned Flemish engraver Michael van der Gucht (1660-1775), [12], 339, [3], 45, [1] pp., complete. Newly rebound. The plate preceding the third book has a bit of text offsetting to the lower margin. Very minor age toning to the paper in the last third of the volume. Otherwise, apart from a few minor instances of light marginal staining or very few instances of light foxing, a very good to near fine copy of the scarce first edition of this George Stanhope edition, which was reprinted over the ensuing years more than twenty times. In fact, Stanhope's was likely the most popular English edition of the Imitation of Christ throughout the eighteenth century and into the nineteenth. References: Wing (1996), T946; ESTC No. R9577. The English Short Title Catalog records only seven copies in North America, and American Book Prices Current shows no copies coming up for auction in the past 30+ years. ~KM2~ George Stanhope (1660-1728) was a clergyman of the Church of England, rising to be Dean of Canterbury and a Royal Chaplain, and a leading figure in church politics of the early 18th century. Despite the popularity of this translation of the Imitation, as well as prior translations or adaptations of Epictetus, Charron's 'Books on Wisdom' and and Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, Stanhope's style has been criticized as overly paraphrastic, using 'flowing sentences that pleased the reader in Queen Anne's reign.' The Imitation of Christ was written by Catholic monk Thomas Kempis (circa 1380-1471), as four separate books completed between 1420 and 1427, at Mount Saint Agnes monastery, in the town of Windesheim, located in what is now the Netherlands. He wrote these works for the instruction of novices of his Augustinian monastic order, followers of Geert Groote's Brethren of the Common Life. But the writings quickly became popular among all the literate faithful. There is probably no other book apart from the Bible which has been printed in so many editions and translations. . Very Good. 1698. First Edition.

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        Signed autograph letter, four pages in French, to Jean-Jacques d'Ortous de Mairan, secretary of the Académie des Sciences in Paris, discussing Maclaurin's Treatise of Fluxions, and also the Académie's geodetic mission to Peru.Edinburgh: 5 February. 1743.

      Important autograph letter from the great Scottish mathematician Colin Maclaurin (1698-1746) discussing his most important work, <i>Treatise of Fluxions</i> (1742), "the earliest logical and systematic publication of the Newtonian methods. It stood as a model of rigor until the appearance of Cauchy's <i>Cours d'analyse</i> in 1821" (DSB). Autograph material by Maclaurin is of great rarity on the market - this is the only example we have traced at auction in the last 40 years.<br/><br/> The letter reads in full, in English translation: <br/><br/> <i>I was honoured to receive your letter dated on the first day of the year, and it has been a long time since I received the copies of the Eloge of Cardinal of Polignac, which you so kindly sent to me. <br/><br/> At that time, I was in the countryside, working on an addendum to my book</i> [i.e. Treatise of Fluxions]. <i>Then I had to take some brief journeys, which prevented me from thanking you as soon as I would have liked. Dr Martin, to whom you addressed one of your pieces, died during the Cartagena expedition. <br/><br/> It seems to me that you have many reasons to be satisfied with the success of the Praise, even if it may be difficult to succeed in that kind of work. As regards my book, I am expecting different feelings about it, especially from foreigners who may not know all the reasons why I had to write about the components of the method in such a detailed manner. I hope that the second volume of the book will better satisfy their expectations, as I discuss the various useful and interesting issues. It would delight me if you found any of it to your taste. I began writing to resolve the objections from subtle metaphysicians, but I wanted a treaty of such a scope that it would also meet the interests of the mathematicians, by addressing previously known issues or by discussing other lesser-known ones. I tried by all means to mention the other authors interested in this subject as is appropriate for persons with the same purpose, even by improving gradually so pleasant and valuable sciences. <br/><br/> I hope you will let me know when your academicians will return from Peru. The members of our society </i>[i.e. the Royal Society] <i>are so very grateful for your honesty and express their high esteem for you. We are attempting to rectify the geography of the north of the island and we are actually going to engrave a map of the northern side of Great Britain with the harbours, which is much more accurate than the one we had, and I will send a copy of it to you by a rider coming to France in few weeks' time. Do forgive me for the stylistic errors, and if you wish to address some new comments to me, I would be pleased if you would send them. <br/><br/> If you would be so kind, if it is a large parcel, you need only to send it by the coach of Boulogne addressed to Mr Charles Smith, Merchant at Boulogne-Sur-Mer, and with my address on the inside. Or if you have the opportunity to send it to London, you may address the parcel to Mr Mitchell, Under-Secretary of State, Cockpit, Whitehall, London. Mr Mitchell is a close friend of mine and he will take care of it. He is kind and will be happy to help in a situation like this. I take this liberty because the people of the postal service requested 45 Shillings Sterling for carrying the Praises, but after some difficulty I was able to obtain them without charge. I have the honour of being, with the highest esteem and respect, <br/> Sir, <br/> Your most humble<br/> and very obedient servant<br/> C. Mac Laurin</i><br/> The letter begins with the usual pleasantries, Maclaurin thanking Mairan for sending him copies of his <i>Eloge de M. Le Cardinal de Polignac</i>, which Mairan had delivered to the <i>Académie</i> the preceding year. Polignac (1661-1742) was one of the most illustrious scholars and courtiers of France in the latter years of Louis XIV, and in the early reign of Louis XV. <br/><br/> Maclaurin turns to a discussion of two-volume <i>Treatise of Fluxions</i> in the third paragraph. <i>"I began writing to resolve the objections from subtle metaphysicians, but I wanted a treatise of such a scope that it would also meet the interests of the mathematicians, by addressing previously known issues or by discussing other lesser-known ones."</i> One of Newton's most ardent disciples, Maclaurin was led to write the <i>Treatise</i> as a response to criticisms of Newton's fluxions made by Bishop Berkeley. "Despite the great progress of analysis during the 18th century, foundational questions remained largely unsolved. ... The most influential criticism of the new analysis was put forward by the famous English philosopher George Berkeley [in his pamphlet <i>The Analyst</i>, 1734]. ... Berkeley's criticism was well informed and efficient. Rooted in the tradition of English sensualism, he showed that many definitions in the infinitesimal calculus are paradoxical and cannot be justified by intuition. He explained the success of the new calculus by a repeated neglect of infinitely small quantities leading through a compensation of errors to a correct answer." (Jahnke: <i>A History of Analysis</i>, 127). "The most authoritative answer to Berkeley came from Maclaurin, one of the most talented of Newton's disciples. In his <i>Treatise of Fluxions</i> (1742), he tried to show that infinitesimals were used by Newton only to abbreviate proofs; these proofs could be re-expanded, following the style of the <i>De Quadratura</i> (1704), in terms of limits. Furthermore, Maclaurin elaborated the idea that Newtonian proofs in terms of limits were equivalent to the venerated method of exhaustion of the ancient Greek mathematicians. Newton's 'method of prime and ultimate ratios' was just the direct version of the indirect (ad absurdum) method of Archimedes. " (Grattan-Guinness: <i>Companion Encyclopedia</i>, 314). <br/><br/> The letter seems to indicate that the two volumes of the <i>Treatise</i> were not published at the same time, <i>"I hope that the second volume of the book will better satisfy their expectations, as I discuss the various useful and interesting issues."</i> Both volumes have title pages dated 1742 but Maclaurin writes as if the second volume is not yet available at the time of writing (February 1743). <br/><br/> Maclaurin then turns to geodetic matters. <i>"I hope you will let me know when your academicians will return from Peru. The members of our society</i> [i.e. the Royal Society] <i>are so very grateful for your honesty and express their high esteem for you."</i> In the 18th century, a debate raged in the scientific community, especially in the <i>Académie des sciences</i>, as to whether the circumference of the Earth was greater around the equator, as Newton's theories predicted, or around the poles as held by the Cartesians, who were by far the majority in the <i>Académie</i>. To decide the matter the <i>Académie</i> sent two expeditions, one to Lapland led by Celsius and Maupertuis, the other to what is now Ecuador (then Peru), led by Bouguer and La Condamine. The Lapland expedition reported in 1738 in favour of the Newtonians, a result which did not please the Cartesians of the <i>Académie</i>, which included Mairan himself, something to which Maclaurin perhaps refers, <i>"The members of our society are so very grateful for your honesty and express their high esteem for you."</i> The Peru expedition left France in 1735 but encountered many difficulties, and Bouguer and La Condamine did not return until 1745; their results confirmed those of the Lapland expedition. <br/><br/> Mairan (1678-1771) was concerned with a wide variety of subjects, including heat, light, sound, motion, the shape of the earth, and the aurora. Although fundamentally a Cartesian, he tried to incorporate some of Newton's ideas in his work. He became a member of the Academy of Sciences in 1718, serving as secretary from 1741 to 1743, succeeding Fontenelle. He also belonged to the Royal Societies of London, Edinburgh, and Uppsala, the Petersburg Academy, and the Institute of Bologna. <br/><br/> DSB VIII: 609-612 (Maclaurin); DSB IX: 33-34 (Mairan). Norman 1408, Honeyman 2084 (<i>Treatise of Fluxions</i>).. Four pages on a single sheet (375 x 227 mm) folded once vertically (thin paper strip mounted, proably from having been bound), remains of red wax seal on address page, small tears from opening the seal. Edinburgh: 5 February, 1743 (received 16 February)

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        THE HISTORY OF PORTUGAL from the First Ages of the World, to the Great Revolution, under King John IV, in the Year 1640. Written in Spanish by Emanuel de Faria y Sousa, Knight of the Order of Christ.

      London, W. Rogers and Abel Roper, 1698.Translated and continued down to this present year, 1698, by Capt. John Stevens. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1698. 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, pages: [24], 200, 209 - 572, [20] - Table, jump in pagination and some misnumbering but all catch words and the collation are correct. Our copy collates the same as the copy in ESTC, No. R2659, signatures: A4, a8, B - N8, O4, P - Z8, 2A - 2P8. Bound in full speckled calf, rebacked with the old spine relaid, red morocco gilt lettered label, gilt decoration to spine, edges speckled red. Binding lightly rubbed, corners bumped, slight shelf wear to edges, gilt rubbed on label with slight loss, endpapers age - browned, tip of top corner of first free endpaper missing, pale age - browning and light foxing to text, occasional small dark brown spot, small hole just affecting 2 letters on the recto, private library bookplate with coat of arms and dated 1860 to first pastedown, neat old ink date at top of first pastedown and 2 small neat old ink letters to top of first free endpaper, 1 small old ink correction to text affecting 1 word, otherwise a very good copy. "STEVENS or STEPHENS, JOHN (d. 1726), Spanish scholar and translator, was a Roman catholic, and probably an Irishman. He is said to have accompanied James II in his Irish campaigns, and to have been employed in other services by him. He is probably to be identified with the Lieutenant John Stephens mentioned by D'Alton (King James's Irish Army List, p. 485). He was not attainted, and before 1695 had settled in London. From that time till his death he was busily engaged in translations and historical and antiquarian compilations. He says nothing of himself in any of his numerous works, which are almost always inscribed ?Captain Stevens.? The intimate knowledge of Portuguese and of the Spanish language and literature displayed in his prefaces points to a residence in Spain or Portugal. Miscellaneous as Stevens's work was, he deserves special recognition as a predecessor of Southey, Stirling - Maxwell, and Ticknor in the exploration of the rich mine of Spanish literature, and his translations of Quevedo and of the historians Mariana and Sandoval are of real value. He died on 27 Oct. 1726." (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Ovidii Nasonis Metamorphosis oder sinn-reicher Gedichte von Verwandlungen / Erster Theil, enthaltend die sieben ersten Bücher, gezieret nicht nur allein mit lehr-reichen über jede Fabel aus dem Französichen in das Teutsche übersetzten herrlichen Anmerckungen, sondern auch mit gantz neuen über die in denenselben vorkommenden Handlungen beygefügten 55 Kupffer-Figuren (ca. 16 x 20 cm) von Johann Jacob von Sandrart. Gestoch. Titel, 4 gestoch. Vign. bzw. Schlussstücke.

      Nürnberg, Seel. Erben 1698.. Folio. (6 Bll.) 132 S. (1 Bl.) 54 Bll. (Tafeln) (1. der 55 Kupfer im Text) Pgmt. d. Zt.. Alles Erschienene! --- Die prächtigen Kupfer gestoch. von Christian Engelbrecht (1672 - 1735) nach Johann Jacob von Sandrart (1655- 1698). - Am unteren Rand oft unterschiedlich grifffleckig, vord. Vorsatz mit Tuschfederkritzeleien, einzelne Bll. mit Wasserrand.

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        Prières et élévations à Dieu extraites des livres des confessions de S. Augustin

      A Paris, chez Edme Couterot, 1698. In / 12 reliure à la Dussueil en plein maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés, doré sur les trois tranches, roulette intérieure et sur les coupes, décor à la Dusseuil avec doublement des triple filets et écoinçons, bandeaux et culs de lampes, 17 ff. d?avertissement, de privilège et de table, 580 p. Un mors inférieur ouvert sur 2.5 cm, coins légèrement amortis, plat supérieur avec un petit frottement, plat inférieur avec un petit enfoncement. Bel état de fraîcheur des dorures de la reliure. relié Bon état

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        LES HOMMES ILLUSTRES QUI ONT PARU EN FRANCE PENDANT CE SIECLE

      Editeur - LA HAYE, ROGGUET - 1698Suivant la copie de Paris - Première édition hollandaise après une édition parisienne de 1696 - Ornement au titre en rouge et noir, bandeaux, lettrines - Reliure plein cuir d'époque, dos à nerfs à caissons ornés, pièce de titre rouge - Coins émoussés, manque de cuir en coiffe de tête et en marges du premier plat - Petit travail de ver en marge basse des 50 premiers feuillets, bon état de fraicheur de l'intérieur, reliure solide [19] - 275 pages, in - 12, 14,5 cm, relié

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        THE HISTORY OF PORTUGAL from the First Ages of the World, to the Great Revolution, under King John IV, in the Year 1640. Written in Spanish by Emanuel de Faria y Sousa, Knight of the Order of Christ

      London, W. Rogers and Abel Roper, 1698.. London, W. Rogers and Abel Roper, 1698.. Translated and continued down to this present year, 1698, by Capt. John Stevens. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1698. 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, pages: [24], 200, 209-572, [20] - Table, jump in pagination and some misnumbering but all catch words and the collation are correct. Our copy collates the same as the copy in ESTC, No. R2659, signatures: A4, a8, B-N8, O4, P-Z8, 2A-2P8. Bound in full speckled calf, rebacked with the old spine relaid, red morocco gilt lettered label, gilt decoration to spine, edges speckled red. Binding lightly rubbed, corners bumped, slight shelf wear to edges, gilt rubbed on label with slight loss, endpapers age-browned, tip of top corner of first free endpaper missing, pale age-browning and light foxing to text, occasional small dark brown spot, small hole just affecting 2 letters on the recto, private library bookplate with coat of arms and dated 1860 to first pastedown, neat old ink date at top of first pastedown and 2 small neat old ink letters to top of first free endpaper, 1 small old ink correction to text affecting 1 word, otherwise a very good copy. "STEVENS or STEPHENS, JOHN (d. 1726), Spanish scholar and translator, was a Roman catholic, and probably an Irishman. He is said to have accompanied James II in his Irish campaigns, and to have been employed in other services by him. He is probably to be identified with the Lieutenant John Stephens mentioned by D&#39;Alton (King James&#39;s Irish Army List, p. 485). He was not attainted, and before 1695 had settled in London. From that time till his death he was busily engaged in translations and historical and antiquarian compilations. He says nothing of himself in any of his numerous works, which are almost always inscribed &#145;Captain Stevens.&#146; The intimate knowledge of Portuguese and of the Spanish language and literature displayed in his prefaces points to a residence in Spain or Portugal. Miscellaneous as Stevens&#39;s work was, he deserves special recognition as a predecessor of Southey, Stirling-Maxwell, and Ticknor in the exploration of the rich mine of Spanish literature, and his translations of Quevedo and of the historians Mariana and Sandoval are of real value. He died on 27 Oct. 1726." (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Von Erzeugung der Menschen.

      Lzg, Fritsch 1698;. EA; (62) 608 S. mit gest. Frontispiz und 8 Tafeln mit 12 Kupferstichen; einfacher Pbd d. Zt. (Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen, einige Lagen leicht gelockert und vorstehend); EA;. Wichtige und umfangreiche Veröffentlichung zu den Themen Zeugung, Liebe und Geburt nach den damaligen wissenschaftlichen Kenntnissen. Beschreibt auch Abnormitäten wie z.B. Hermaphroditen und wurde von Zeitgenossen als "obszöne Schrift" tituliert. Seltene Erstausgabe!

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        Flores lauretanas del pensil oscense y vida de San Laurencio martir

      Zaragoza, en la imprenta de Domingo Gascon. por Diego de Larumbe, 1698 - 21x16 cm. 32 + 416 + 8 pp. Portada a dos tintas. Encuadernado en pergamino moderno con tejuelo. Pérdida de papel en la esquina superior sin afectar al texto.

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        Practycke Des Christenthumbs [Christenthums, Christentums]/ Oder Einfältige Erklährung der fürnehmsten Gründen der Gottseeligkeit. Vorgestellt in Fragen und Antworten. Wie auch Geistliche Kennzeichen Darinn ein Unwiedergebohrner in seinem besten/ und ein Wiedergebohrner in seinem schlechtesten Zustande vorgestellet wird. Nunmehro aber ins Hochteutsche übersetzet Durch J. H. K.

      Bremen, Wilhelm Stöver 1698;. (EA); kl.-8°; (2) 228, 116 Seiten; einfacher Ldr d. Zt. (Einband gering bestoßen, vorderes Vorsatzblatt alt beschrieben, hinterer fliegender Vorsatz [leer] fehlt; gutes Exemplar); (EA);.

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        Nodige voor-bereiding tot ontdekking van de regte meening, des apostels Paulus in sijnen uitmuntenden send-briev aan den Romeinen ( ).

      Franeker, L. Strick; Haaring (H. vander Boxe), Leiden 1698 - [44]-428-[96] pp. Eerste uitgave (?) van deze commentaar op de brieven van Paulus door Van den Honert (1666-1740). Frontespice, houtgravure op titlelblad. Ref. STCN (2). Niet in BL London, BN Paris. 1 volumes. Kleine gaatjes in titel- en erop volgende bladen, vlekjes. Goed exemplaar Perkamenten band, uit de tijd. Geschaafde randen

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        Der rechte und warhafftige Feldscher Oder: Die rechte und warhafftige Feldschers-Kunst...

      Franckfurt u. leipzig, Michael Rohrlachs...Erben 1698.. 8°. Titelbl., 6 nn.Bll., 1 weisses Bl., 8 nn.Bll., 480 S., 10 nn.Bll. (Register), 1 weisses Bll. Pergamentbd. d.Z. (VDeckel mit kleiner Wurmfrassspur, fleckig, Ecken bestossen, Innendeckel mit handschr. Besitzervermerk)., fester Einband. G. F. Purmann (1649-1711) verdankt seinen Platz in der Geschichte der Medizin neben der Bearbeitung neuer Operationsmethoden vorallem der Fortbildung, Vervollkommnung und Beschreibung der zur Zeit üblichen Operationsverfahren. Er unternahm mit Erfolg schwierige Operationen wie Kaiserschnitte, Trepanationen, Tracheotomien und Resektionen von Aneurysmen. Bei seiner chirurgischen Tätigkeit konnte er auf außergewöhnlichen Anatomiekenntnissen aufbauen und die Gefahr von Komplikationen merklich verringern. Von Purmann an datiert die Entwicklung der Chirurgie in Deutschland. - 3 Bll. des Registers mit Eckabriss (Textverlust), durchgehend etwas gebräunt, stellenweise stockfleckig und mit kleiner Wurmfrassspur, die ersten 20 Bll. mit Feuchtigkeitsspur. - Hirsch-H. IV, 690. Bibl. Waller. I, 7681. Bankverbindung in Deutschland vorhanden.

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        Coutume générale des pays et duché de Bourgogne avec le commentaire de Monsieur Taisand

      A Dijon, Jean Ressayre, 1698. Fort in folio, reliure plein veau du temps, dos à nerfs à caissons doré et pièce de titre, 1 bandeau en page de dédicace, 10 f., 872 p. Manques en coiffes, manques de cuir également sur le plat inférieur et en coin, quelques rares marginalia. Français relié Bon état

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Belagerung.

      . Kupferstich aus Merians Theatrum Europaeum, 1698, 28,5 x 39,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Fauser 1632. - Unten links dekorative Kartusche mit Erklärungen zur Situation.

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        Der Buchhändler." beim Auspacken und Sortieren der Bücher

      Kupferstich von Christoph Weigel 1698. Kupferstich von Christoph Weigel 1698. 13x9 cm. Mit gestochenem Text. -

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        Menologium, Seu Brevis, & Compendiosa Illuminatio, Relucens In Splendoribus Sanctorum, Beatorum, Miraculosorum, Incorruptorum, Extaticorum, Beneficorum, Et quocunque Sanctimoniae, vel Virtutis Fulgore, Illustrium, Singularium, aut Praecellentium Famulorum Famularumque Dei, Martyrum, Confessorum, Virginum, Viduarum, Poenitentium.

      Monachii, Straubius (München, Straub), 1698.. Folio (31,5 x 19,5 cm). [8] Bl., 2420 Sp., [64], Bl. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 12 Kupfertafeln. Geprägter Schweinslederband auf 5 Bünden über Holzdeckel mit 2 Schließen (oberer Metallbügel fehlt).. *VD17 12:118556C. Graesse III, 363. Barockes Prachtwerk über die Heiligen und Märtyrer des Franziskanerordens, von denen dieser Orden eine stolze Anzahl vorweisen kann. Das Werk ist nach Monaten abgeteilt und enthält zu den 12 Monaten je eine prachtvolle barocke Kupfertafel eines Heiligen aus dem Franziskanerorden vorangestellt, gestochen von J. Caspar Guttwein und J. Kilian nach Johann Paul Vogel. - Auf gutem und kräftigem Papier gedruckt, nahezu blütenweiß sauberes Exemplar in einem schönen barocken Holzdeckeleinband (lediglich der obere Schließbügel fehlt). Einband gering angestaubt, sonst gut erhalten.

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        Um ein merckliches vermehrte Teutsche Gedichte; Teil 2 unter dem Titel 'Poetische Wälder Anderer Band'. 2 Teile in 1 Band. 3 Bl., 959 S.; 509 S. Mit gestoch. Frontisp. und 7 Kupfertafeln. Pergamentbd d. Z. (etwas fleckig) mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Breslau und Leipzig, Fellgiebels Erben, 1698.. . Die vollständigste Ausgabe der Gryphius'schen poetischen Schriften, herausgegeben von seinem Sohn Christian. Diese Ausgabe war die Vulgata des 18. Jahrhunderts. Sie enthält: Leo Armenius, Catharina von Georgien, Cardenio und Celinde, Carolus Stuardus, Sterbender Papinianus, Die Heilige Felicitas, Majuma, Der Schwermende Schäffer, Herr Peter Squentz, Horribilicribrifax, Die Seugamme, Kirchhoffs-Gedancken, Oden, Kirchenlieder, Geistliche Lieder, Sonette, Epigramme, Der Weicher-Stein sowie als Erstdrucke Piastus und Die Gibeoniter sowie 71 bis dahin ungedruckte Sonette aus dem Nachlass. - Gestoch. Exlibris Breitenbauch. Titel mit Abschnitt im Unterrand (kein Textverlust), sonst gutes Exemplar. - VD17 23:233372M. Dünnhaupt 5. Goed. III 219, 21. Faber du Faur 639. Jantz 1231. Manheimer 717. Szyrocki 174.

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        Nouveaux Memoires Sur L&#39;etat Present De La Chine

      Published A Amsterdam : Chez Henri Desbordes, & Antoine Schelte, 1698. Amsterdam: Published A Amsterdam : Chez Henri Desbordes, & Antoine Schelte, 1698. Complete in 2 volumes. Books measure 6 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches. Collation, Volume 1, engraved frontis, [16],342pp, 16 single page, 3 folding engraved plates. Volume 2, engraved frontis, [4]355pp, 2 single page engraved plates. Bound in full calf. Professionally rebacked, retaining the original period boards, raised bands, blind stamp tooling within compartments, leather title labels, full marble edges. Both bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, previous owners bookplate, name in early hand on titles, small piece lacking from inner margin of 1 frontis. Light persistant water? staining throughout, having no affect on readability of text or engravings. Pages and plates in good clean condition throughout. A very nice set, in very attractive bindings. A15 . Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Von Erzeugung der Menschen

      Leipzig, Fritsch, 1698.. Kl.-8°, Pergament der Zeit, handschriftl. Rückentitel, 31 nn. Bl., 608 S., Titelvignette, 16 röm. num. Figuren (I-XI, davon 4 blattgr., auf 7 Taf. und I-V auf der letzten 8. Tafel), fehlt Porträtstich; sehr schönes Exemplar. deutsche EA von "De la generation de l'homme, ou tableau de l'amour conjugal" (Amsterdam 1686). - "Eine der hervorragendsten Schriften der Aufklärungsliteratur", in der Zeit sowohl als "unzüchtig" eingestuft als auch immer wieder aufgelegt, was den Bedarf an Informationen über Sexualität anzeigt. Bis 1903 erschienen 33 Auflagen! Die erste Ausgabe erschien unter dem Namen "Salocini, Venetien" (ein Anagramm von Nicolas Venette). Nicolas Venette (1633-1698) war königl. Leibarzt und Prof. der Medizin und Anatomie zu La Rochelle; es gibt dort noch eine nach ihm benannte Strasse. - Die nicht blattgroßen Figuren I/II, VII-IX u. X/XI sind einzeln zu den jeweiligen Textstellen gebunden, während die blattgroßen Figuren III, IV, V u. VI unzerschnitten vorhanden sind. Die 8. Tafel mit 5 Abb. von Hermaphroditen od. Zwittern. - Vgl. Hayn/G. IX, 599, Hirsch/H. V, 725, Waller 4654 ff., Waller 9863, Lesky 677 u. Wolfenb. 1719.

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        Speculum iuris metallici, oder: Berg-Rechts-Spiegel [...].

      Dresden, Johann Jakob Winckler, 1698.. (14), 426 (falsch: 422), (20) SS. Mit gest. Druckermarke am rot-schwarz gedruckten Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit auf 4 durchzogenen Bünden mit hs. Rückentitel. Dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. Folio (206:326 mm).. Einzige Ausgabe dieses Rechtsvergleichs unter besonderer Rücksichtnahme auf die böhmischen Bergwerksordnungen (im wesentlichen die Silber- und Zinnordnung für Joachimsthal und Schlackenwald [1598] und die Bergwerksordnung für das Königreich Böhmen). - Gleichmäßig unbedeutend gebräunt; insgesamt von ansprechender Erhaltung. - VD 17, 1:015512F. Hoover 758. Koch, S. 75. Jöcher IV, 710.

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        'Electoratus Brandenburgi, Mekelenburgi, Et maximae Partis Pomeraniae novissima Tabula. Apud Nicolaum Vißcher cum Privil. Ordin. General. Belgii Foederati':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Nicolaes Jansz. Visscher II in Amsterdam, 1698, 45 x 54,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 332 (N.J. Visscher II 1649-1702) - Zeigt die Mark Brandenburg mit der Uckermark, Prignitz, Altmark und Mittelmark sowie das Herzogtum Pommern (Pomorze) mit Vorpommern (Meklemburgia-Pomorze) und Hinterpommern (Wojewodztwo Zachodniopomorskie), der Neumark (Nowa Marchia). - Oben links in der Ostsee Titelkartusche. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - 3. Zustand der Visscher Karte jetzt mit Privileg und vollständig gelöschter Schrift unten rechts bei der Verlegeradresse.

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