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        Apelles Symbolicus. Exhibens Seriem Amplissimam Symbolorum, Poetisque, Oratoribus Ac Verbi Dei Praedicatoribus Conceptus Subministrans Varios. Duobus Volumnibus. - Pars II. Continens Herbas, Flores, Lapides, Metalla, Ecclestiastiaca, Domestica, Aedificia, Mechanica, Lusoria, Alphabetica, Nautica, Mathematica, Militaria, Musica, Rustica, Mixta.

      Amstelaedami - Gedani [Amsterdam - Danzig], Janssonius Waesbergios, 1699. 2 Bde. 20 n.n. + 898, 20 n.n. + 568 [i.e. 552] + 28 S. OLd. In lateinischer Sprache. Vgl. VD17 1:084235U. Mit einem Frontispiz und 43 Kupfertafeln des ersten Teils sowie weiteren 16 Kupferstichen, alle in den Text gedruckt, zu den einzelnen Buchanfängen. - Besitz-Sign. a. fl. V., Bd. 2: Fehlpaginierung von S. 337 auf 354; Ebd. berieben, TSchildchen fehlen, Kapitale m. Fehsltellen, V. m. durchschlagenden Leder, Gbrsp., Bd. 1: tlw. feuchtigkeitsrandig, ein paar kl. Randläsuren. - Besitzeintrag von Joannes Gabriel von der Ketten. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Emblematik

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        The Tryal of Spencer Cowper, Esq [and Two Related items].

      1699 - "The Murder of Mrs. Sarah Stout, A Quaker" [Trial]. Cowper, Spencer [1669-1728], Principal Defendant. The Tryal of Spencer Cowper, Esq; John Marson, Ellis Stevens, And William Rogers, Gent. Upon an Indictment for the Murther of Mrs. Sarah Stout, a Quaker. Before Mr. Baron Hatsell, At Hertford Assizes, July 18, 1699. Of Which They were Acquitted. With the Opinions of the Eminent Physicians and Chyrurgeons on Both Sides, Concerning Drowned Bodies, Delivered in the Tryal. And the Several Letters Produced in Court. London: Printed for Isaac Cleave in Chancery-Lane, Matt. Wotton in Fleet-street, and John Bullord, 1699. [ii], 22 [i.e.46] pp. Folio (1-1/2" x 7"). [Bound with] P.D. The Hertford Letter: Containing Several Brief Observations on a Late Printed Tryal, Concerning the Murder of Mrs. Sarah Stout. London: Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of London, and Westminster, 1699. 16 pp. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5"). [And] A Reply to the Hertford Letter: Wherein the Case of Mrs. Stout's Death is More Particularly Considered; And Mr. Cowper Vindicated from the Slanderous Accusation of Being Accessory to the Same. London: Printed; And Sold by the Booksellers of London, and Westminster, 1699. 8 pp. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5"). Three titles in an 11-1/2" x 7-1/2" binding. Three-quarter cloth over paper-covered boards, gilt title to spine. Light soiling, dampspotting and offsetting to boards, some rubbing to extremities, early owner bookplate top front pastedown. Light browning and foxing to interior, internally clean. * Only editions. Spencer Cowper, a judge, was indicted for the murder of Sarah Stout. He was at the her house late on the evening before she was found drowned in a river. Cowper's alleged motivations were a desire to end an illicit love affair and avoid payment of a debt. Cowper's lawyers argued that Stout's parents wanted to hide the fact that their daughter committed a suicide, a heinous act among Quakers. The defence also suggested a political motivation: a desire by local Tories to harm the career of a rising Whig. Cowper had been at the woman's house late on the evening before she was found drowned in the river, but there was little material evidence against him. Also, his lawyers benefited from expert medical testimony from three leading physicians, Samuel Garth, Hans Sloane and William Cowper." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Systema cosmicum. In quo dialogis IV. de duobus maximis mundi systematibus, Ptolemaico et Copernicano, rationibus utrinque propositis indefinite ac solide disseritur. Accessit altera hac editione praeter conciliationem Locorum S. Scripturae cum terrae mobilitate, ejusdem Tractatus de motu, nunc primum ex Italico sermone in Latinum versus. LugduniBatavorum [Leiden], apud Frider. Haaringet Dav. Severinum Bibliopolas 1699, Lashed to: Discursus et demonstrations mathematicae, circa duas novas scientias pertinentes ad Mechanicam et motum localem eximii viri Galilaei Galilaei [...] Quibus accedit Appendix de centro gravitatis quorundam Solidorum. 2 works in one volume.

      Leiden: Frederik Haaringi David Severinus 1699 Contemporary whole-leader bound on 4 ligaments; nominal & subject name in the label on the spine; red edge; [12], 494 pp., [26]; [6], 282 pp., [4], lex. 8°, Contains copper-engraving on frontispiece and title from J. Mutder; many vignetts and illustrations in text. Binding slightly scratched, headband on the top partly torn. Number of time stamped and ensured with old owners-comments. Very good condition. Extremely rare. * Our books are stored in a warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance.Galileo Galilei, Astronomy, Old Printings

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        Ducatus Electoratusque Brunsvicensis Sive Hannoveriensis Nova Tabula, ostendens simul partem Luneburgensem. Episcopatum Hildesiensem etc. Sumptibus Davidis Funckij. - Norimbergae':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. David Funck in Nürnberg, um 1699, 43 x 52,5 Meurer/Stopp - Topograpica des Nürnberger Verlages David Funck, I.18 A, 1. Zustand! - Zeigt das Herzogtum Braunschweig-Lüneburg, das Bistum Hildesheim und das Kurfürstentum Hannover. - Unten links Titelkartusche (Steinmonument dekoriert mit Siegesengel und dem braunschweigischen Wappen). - Meurer und Stopp kennen nur 4 bekannte Exemplare der Karte! - Sehr seltener Nürnberger Einblattdruck. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        A defence of the Scots settlement at Darien. With an answer to the Spanish memorial against it. And arguments to prove that it is the interest of England to join with the Scots, and protect it. To which is added, a description of the country, and a particular account of the Scots colony

      No place [Edinburgh?]: No publisher/printer Small 4to (20 cm; 8"). [2] ff., 60 pp.. 1699 As the 1690s wound down the lords and and burghers of Scotland dreamed of an overseas empire such as Spain, England, Portugal, and the Dutch had, and to this end came into existence the Company of Scotland for Trading to Africa and the Indies. Chartered in 1695 and with a coffer of some £400,000, it established a colony ("Darien") on the Caribbean coast of what is now Panama, a worse location being hard to conceive. Even today that site is virtually uninhabited. Trouble plagued the enterprise from the arrival of the first Scots in 1698 and it fairly shortly collapsed for lack of supplies, malaria, other diseases, internal dissension, a nonexistent trading base, and the might of the Spanish military in the region. The wreck of the scheme led to an economic crisis at home which in turn helped enable the 1707 Act of Unification. The vast bulk of this work attempts to convince the English to support the Scots' enterprise and cites political, religious, social, and economic reasons for doing so; clearly, the Scots knew that English naval might in particular would be essential for the success of the scheme. Beyond this, however, a section (pp. 42 to 51) addresses the natural history, native population, agricultural commodities, and indigenous industry of the region; and the work ends with an account of the Scots' settlement, the buildings erected there, and its intercourse with the indigenous people. Authorship of this work is problematic: It is signed "Philo-Caledon" at the end of the dedication and three other names have have been proposed as possible authors in addition to Foyer's — George Ridpath, Andrew Fletcher, and John Hamilton (2nd Baron Belhaven). Added to the conundrum of authorship, the work was produced in four editions in the same year, each having different numbers of pages, each with a different signature scheme, none with a publisher, and this one without even a place of publication! 20th-century half dark brown crushed morocco with brown linen sides. This copy has all the hallmarks of having once been through a British bookseller's "hospital": all leaves are dust-soiled or age-toned; all leaves are uncut but some have been extended and others not, and some leaves with torn margins (but not all) have had lost paper restored; all such repairs and extensions are within the first six leaves, meaning these were probably supplied from another copy. Top of title-leaf trimmed with loss of "A" of the title; another leaf with a tear to the top margin with loss costing tops of several letters of words on one page, and two leaves with the running head guillotined by a binder; some stray stains. An interesting copy for its probable if problematic history and condition.

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        Geography Anatomiz'd; or, The Compleat Geographical Grammar. Being a short and exact analysis of the whole body of Modern Geography, after a new and curious method. Comprehending I. A General view of the Terraqueous Globe.II. A particular view of the Terraqueous Globe.The Second Edition much improv'd and enlarged.

      London: Robert Morden and Thomas Cockerill 1699 - Small 4to. (18 x 12 cm.). pp. [xviii] (half-title, title, dedication, preface, contents) and pp.402, plus directions to binder. Contemporary red morocco, sides with double fillet border, central panel with foliate corners and decorated edges, spine with raised bands, gilt decorated panels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Old shelf numbers to front blanks. Slightly rubbed, one inch chaffing to outer corner of top edge of rear board. Contents very fresh, a fine copy. 16 double page maps by Morden, comprising World, Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, France, Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy, Turkey in Europe, Scotland, England & Wales, Ireland, Asia, Africa and America. First published 1693. This second edition slightly less common than the first in terms of institutional holdings, and far scarcer in open market. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Apelles Symbolicus. Exhibens Seriem Amplissimam Symbolorum, Poetisque, Oratoribus Ac Verbi Dei Praedicatoribus Conceptus Subministrans Varios. Duobus Volumnibus. - Pars II. Continens Herbas, Flores, Lapides, Metalla, Ecclestiastiaca, Domestica, Aedificia, Mechanica, Lusoria, Alphabetica, Nautica, Mathematica, Militaria, Musica, Rustica, Mixta.

      Amstelaedami - Gedani [Amsterdam - Danzig], Janssonius Waesbergios, 1699.. 2 Bde. 20 n.n. + 898, 20 n.n. + 568 [i.e. 552] + 28 S. OLd.. In lateinischer Sprache. Vgl. VD17 1:084235U. Mit einem Frontispiz und 43 Kupfertafeln des ersten Teils sowie weiteren 16 Kupferstichen, alle in den Text gedruckt, zu den einzelnen Buchanfängen. - Besitz-Sign. a. fl. V., Bd. 2: Fehlpaginierung von S. 337 auf 354; Ebd. berieben, TSchildchen fehlen, Kapitale m. Fehsltellen, V. m. durchschlagenden Leder, Gbrsp., Bd. 1: tlw. feuchtigkeitsrandig, ein paar kl. Randläsuren. - Besitzeintrag von Joannes Gabriel von der Ketten. (Sprache: Lateinisch)

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        Opusculum de privilegijs familiarium, officialium que Sanctae Inquisitionis desideratissimum nunc primum in luce m editum .Ö

      Coimbra, Ex Officina Joannis [i.e. Jo?o] Antunes, 1699. - Title page in red and black with typographical separation bar above imprint. Typographical headpieces on rectos of second and fifth unnumbered leaves and on p. 383. Woodcut initials. some large and elegant. Allegorical woodcut headpiece on p. 1. Large woodcut tailpiece of a floral basket on p. 382. Text in Latin, Spanish and Portuguese. Printed in double columns (except for the first seven leaves). (8 ll.), 424 pp., (1 ll. errata). Folio (30.1 x 21.2 cm.), contemporary sheep (significant wear to corners, head and foot of spine; hinges beginning to split; scraping and rubbing), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, black leather lettering piece, gilt letter. Light waterstains to title page and preliminary leaves. Internally in near-fine condition; overall very good. Inscription of J.P. de Agrella Oliveira, anno de 1805 in upper blank margin of title page. ---- FIRST EDITION. Despite the Latin title, significant portions are in Portuguese and Spanish. This work lists the duties and privileges of familiars of the Inquisition, with rules on how they must dress, when they may bear arms, from what taxes and legal charges they are exempt, as well as the rights of their wives or widows, families and slaves. It was reprinted in Lisbon in 1735, 1747, and 1759.Included in the preliminary leaves, on ??3 verso, are a Latin epigram and a sonnet in Portuguese by Gaspar Teixeira Pinto. ---- Arouca A5. Cruz, @Tipografia portuguesa do sÈc. XVII: A colecÁ?o da Biblioteca Nacional, I (all published) 2. Barbosa Machado I, 658-59. Not in Van der Vekene, who lists editions of Lisbon 1735, 1747 and 1759 (numbers 213, 216 and 219). Cf. InnocÍncio II, 159 on the author. Not in HSA. Not located in NUC. NUC: which lists the Lisbon, 1759 third edition at DCU. OCLC: 66208298 (Universiteit Maastricht, National Library of Israel); cf. 848506864 (second edition, 1735: internet resource); 22262814 (second edition, 1735: Thomas Fischer Rare Book Library-University of Toronto, University of Victoria Libraries, and Biblioteca Nacional de EspaÒa); 181901965 (second edition, 1735: Universidade de S?o Paulo); 220650046 (1747 third edition: National Library of Australia); 78721520 (1759 fourth edition: Harvard University Law School, University of Pennsylvania, and BibliothËque cantonale et universitaire - UniversitÈ de Fribourg). Porbase locates five copies, two in the Arquivo Nacional do Torre do Tombo, and three in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (two described as in poor condition). No edition located in Copac.SHIPPED FROM PORTUGAL [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus de recusationibus omnium judicum, officialiumque tam justitiae commutativae, quam distributivae utriusque fori tam saecularis, quam ecclesiastici, sive regularis, à nemine ut par erat, in lucem editus, nunc primùm in lucem datus

      Conimbricae: Ex officina Joannis Antunes Folio (30 cm; 12") [16] ff., 445, [1] pp.. 1699 How does one go about removing a judge from a legal proceeding? Diogo Aboim provides the curious with this large and detailed work on recusation, or the act of recusing, i.e., removing, a judge. The treatise is in Latin with some quoted matter in Spanish or Italian, covers civil and criminal cases, appellate courts, and even who may give evidence in proceedings, touching on heretics and excommunicants! Attractively printed in double-column format beginning with a title-page in black and red and sporting a very handsome engraved coat of arms of the work's dedicatee, Manoel Guerrreiro Camacho de Aboim, on the first leaf of the dedication. Via WorldCat and NUC we locate only one copy of this edition and one of the 1759 reprint in U.S. libraries. Provenance: Embossed stamp of Lic. Pedro Reyes Retana (Mexican, late 19th century). Contemporary calf, plain style on covers, gilt spine; front joint starting and top of spine pulle., with board edges showing wear in places exposing paste boards. Some worming in margins. Private ownership embossed stamp. A good++ copy.

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        Historia ecclesiastica Veteris Novique Testamenti : ab orbe condito ad annum post Christum natum millesimum sexcentesimum: et in loca ejusdem insignia dissertationes historicae, chronologicae, criticae, dogmaticae: R.P. Natalis Alexandri (8 volume set in 7)

      Parisiis : A. Dezallier, 1699-01-01. 3rd. Hardcover. Good. Complete 8 volume set, bound in 7 volumes. Vols. 1 & 2 bound together. Folios, 38 cm. 3rd edition. Bound in contemporary calf. 6 raised bands. Gilt spine. All bindings solid. Chipping with loss to spines, particularly to vol. 3. Engraved title in red and black. Internally good, a few contemporary notations to margins, browning spots to pages, but very usable. Early signature of Joannes Baptista Parisi parrochey Ollargien, 1703 (sp?) on end pages. 19th century seminary book plate. Moreri, Grand Dictionnaire Historique I(1731) 220; Graesse /71; Quérard I 29; Ebert 418 ; De Feller, Biographie Universelle I(1847) 129; Brunet I 169; A. Hanggi, Der Kirchenhistoriker Natalis Alexander, Freiburg/Schweiz, 1955. Alexander Natalis, an important French historian and theologian, began his great history of the church at the urging of Jean Baptiste Colbert. Alexander's Historiae initially brought him praise from Pope Innocent XI and many cardinals, but subsequent volumes gave offence to the Pope and Rome because of the author’s Gallicanism, an upstart Catholic sect from the Declaration of the Clergy of France in 1682 at the behest of King Louis XIV. Pope Innocent IX placed this work on the Index and forbade Catholics to read it on pain on excommunication. In the preface to the third edition (Paris, 1699, eight folio volumes) Father Alexander submitted fully to the judgment of the Holy See, and in some scholia added to the dissertations showed that in some instances he had been criticized and judged unjustly. Alexander did formally amend his edition as expected, but did not purge the offending remarks, rather these remarks where extracted from the text and placed in the scholia. Alexander is noted for his important contribution to research on Thomas Aquinas and his Summa Theologica. - McMahon, A. (1907). Alexander Natalis. In The Catholic Encyclopedia. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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        HORACIO ESPAÑOL ESTO ES OBRAS DE QUINTO HORACIO FLACCO

      Antonio Lacavallería Barcelona. Antonio Lacavallería.1699. 6h+364p+8h. 16x11. Traducidas en prosa española e ilustradas con argumentos, epitomes y notas en el mismo idioma. Poesias líricas por el R. P. Urbano Campos, de la Compañia de Jesús. Van al fin de la declaración de las especies de los versos y odas, y dos índices, el primero cosmográfico y el segundo de las cosas notables, que se explican en las notas. La hoja 209 esta suelta pero perfecto estado. Magnífico ejemplar. Ref 9.4 Biblioteca AD. Difícil en comercio.. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Bien.

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        Chorographia historica Sirmiensis et Uvjlakensisjs ducatus ab invictissimo et Augustissimo Cesare Leopoldo romanorum Imperatore, Pannonio Monarcav VIL collati principi Livio Odesclalki Braccianio duci Cere et Uen. Rec. Jnnocentij XI. Unico ex fratris sanguine nepoti Anno domini MDCIIC quam author Ioseph Cinesiae firmanus dicat Urbano amico accedit bulla aurea cum supremis privilegjis

      s. e., S. l. 1699 - In 4, pp. 38 + 49. P. pg. coe con qualche macchia. Freschissimo esemplare. Qualche antica annotazione ad una p. Rarissima edizione originale. Descrizione storica di Sirmio, (oggi Mitrowitz) , sulla Sava, piccola citta' dell' Illiria, Ungheria (bassa - Pannonia), citta' soggetta all'impero austriaco. Spessso venne confusa con Sirmione (Bocca). Esiste anche una traduzione italiana dell'anno successivo. In questa edizione l'autore si firma come Giuseppe Cinesia di Fermo, pseudonimo che scompare nella seguente traduzione italiana. Lweopoldo I, per significare la sua gratitudine a Clemente XI, conferi' al suo degno nipote, Livio Odescalchi, il titolo di Duca del Sirmio (con diploma del 1697), a questa aggiunse quella di Conte supremo e Palatino esteso a tutta la famiglia compresiÂi Cadetti. Dizionario di erudizione storico - ecclesiatica. XLVIII, p. 2645. Vinciana, 990. Lozzi, 5183. Bibl. Picena, p. 112. ITA

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        Commentarius in harmoniam sive concordiam quatuor evangelistarum

      Parisiis: Excudebat Joannis Anisson 4to (12.6 cm, 10.25"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [2] ff., xvi, 661, [1] pp., [25] ff.; 3 plts. II: [2] ff., lxiv, 326 pp., [15] ff.; 3 plts.. 1699 Bernard Lamy (1640–1715) was an Oratorian priest, philosopher, and biblical scholar. After getting himself exiled to Grenoble for excessive Cartesianism, he went on to do significant work in biblical studies, and this present work is especially notable: Lamy here contends that Jesus died on the cross on the eve of the Passover (thus at the same time as the Passover lamb was being killed), not during the first day of the Passover. This view, while considered radical at the time, is now generally held by biblical scholars.This work was first published under the title Harmonia, sive concordia quatuor evangelistarum in 1689. This second edition is printed in small roman types with some italic, Greek, and Hebrew. Ornaments include an ornate woodcut fleur-de-lis on the title-pages, plus initials and headpieces. Vol. II (bound in) consists of the Apparatus chronologicus et geographicus, chronologies and geographical descriptions with three fine fold-out plates: a map of Judea, a plan of Jerusalem, and a plan of the temple.Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 7230 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). 18th-century vellum over boards with raised bands, lightly soiled; on the covers an ornate mandorla inside a composite frame. Crack in the vellum along front joint, joint itself sound. Ex-library with paper labels on spine; old pressure-stamps, including one on title-page of vol. I. Upper outer corner of title-leaf lost taking part of one letter of title; small tear into printed border of first map in vol. II. All edges speckled blue and red. A stout, substantial volume.

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        Ragioni . . . contra l'uso del salasso

      per gli Fratelli Merli, Verona 1699 - Rotario, Sebastiano (1667-1742). Ragioni . . . contra l’uso del salasso . . . 4to. 8, 168, 10pp. Verona: per gli Fratelli Merli, 1699. 210 x 161 mm. Limp boards ca. 1699, a bit soiled and worn. Faint dampstains in outer margins of several leaves, but very good. First Edition. Our copy includes the separately paginated Lettera di Sebastiano Rotario . . . scritta all’illustri Sig. N. N. traduttore del libro francese intitolato Orophile en desordre . . . , not present in all copies. Rotario wrote his treatise against the use of bloodletting as a rebuttal to Stefani Piccoli’s Medicina ventilate (1695), which argued for the practice. Included at the end is Rotario’s letter to the anonymous Italian translator of Orophile en desordre (1686), another anti-bloodletting treatise originally published in French in 1686. Rotario was the author of numerous medical works, but he is best known today for his letter of 20 November 1716 to Antonio Vallisnieri concerning the many fossilized marine animals found on Monte Bolca in the Italian Alps; this letter inspired Vallisnieri to write his Dei corpi marini (1721), in which he supported Fracastoro’s argument that the fossil shells found on this site were there because the land had once been under the ocean (Luzzini, p. 78). Luzzini, "Flood conceptions in Vallisneri’s thought," in Kölbl-Ebert, ed., Geology and Religion: A History of Harmony and Hostility, pp. 77-81. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Compendium of the Laws and Government Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military, of England, Scotland & Ireland : and Dominions, Plantations and Territories thereunto belonging, with the Maritime power thereof, and Jurisdiction of Courts therein

      printed by the assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins, Esquires, for J. Walthoe, and are to be sold at his shop in the Middle-Temple Cloysters, London 1699 - .Compendium of the laws and government of Scotland, with the islands thereunto belonging Compendium of the laws and government of Ireland, with the islands thereunto belonging Compendious description of the English plantations in Asia, Africa and America Addenda, or, A supplement of things omitted in the impression of the book. 8vo. [16] 642, [14] p Fine Contemporary Calf with original red leather title label. Sabin 15046. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gesamtansicht ('Prospect des Neuen Schloßes zu Zerbst wie es sich von innen Presentiert und von Sr. Hochfürstl. Durchl. Fürst Carl Wilhelm, ist erbauet worden.').

      - Kupferstich v. J. Simonetti aus Beckmann, dat. 1699 ersch. 1710, 31,5 x 56 Oben rechts und links Wappen - Mittig Banderole mit Titel. - Zeigt das Schloß vom Innenhof her gesehen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tractatus de recusationibus omnium judicum, officialiumque tam justitiae commutativae, quam distributivae utriusque fori tam saecularis, quam ecclesiastici, sive regularis, à nemine ut par erat, in lucem editus, nunc primùm in lucem datus

      Conimbricae: Ex officina Joannis Antunes Folio (30 cm; 12") [16] ff., 445, [1] pp.. 1699 How does one go about removing a judge from a legal proceeding? Diogo Aboim provides the curious with this large and detailed work on recusation, or the act of recusing, i.e., removing, a judge. The treatise is in Latin with some quoted matter in Spanish or Italian, covers civil and criminal cases, appellate courts, and even who may give evidence in proceedings, touching on heretics and excommunicants! Attractively printed in double-column format beginning with a title-page in black and red and sporting a very handsome engraved coat of arms of the work's dedicatee, Manoel Guerrreiro Camacho de Aboim, on the first leaf of the dedication. Via WorldCat and NUC we locate only one copy of this edition and one of the 1759 reprint in U.S. libraries. Provenance: Embossed stamp of Lic. Pedro Reyes Retana (Mexican, late 19th century). Contemporary calf, plain style on covers, gilt spine; front joint starting and top of spine pulle., with board edges showing wear in places exposing paste boards. Some worming in margins. Private ownership embossed stamp. A good++ copy.

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        Ducatus Electoratusque Brunsvicensis Sive Hannoveriensis Nova Tabula, ostendens simul partem Luneburgensem. Episcopatum Hildesiensem etc. Sumptibus Davidis Funckij. - Norimbergae':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. David Funck in Nürnberg, um 1699, 43 x 52,5 Meurer/Stopp - Topograpica des Nürnberger Verlages David Funck, I.18 A, 1. Zustand! - Zeigt das Herzogtum Braunschweig-Lüneburg, das Bistum Hildesheim und das Kurfürstentum Hannover. - Unten links Titelkartusche (Steinmonument dekoriert mit Siegesengel und dem braunschweigischen Wappen). - Meurer und Stopp kennen nur 4 bekannte Exemplare der Karte! - Sehr seltener Nürnberger Einblattdruck. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        De verborum significatione lib XX notis et emendationibus Andreas Dacerius

      Amstedolami (Amsterdam): Sumptibus Hugutanorum, 1699. Fine. Sumptibus Hugutanorum, Amstedolami (Amsterdam) 1699, In-4 (19,8x25,8cm), relié. - First edition by André Dacier, illustrated frontispiece of a beautiful crowned arms of the Dauphin, and a title thumbnail weapons of the same; a title banner with the arms of repeated dolphin. Binding open flexible vellum time. Smooth back with title in black pen. Cold dishes hit multiple frames and angular lily irons. Dos messed with a lack tail. Good copy rather cool, printed on good paper. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition réalisée par André Dacier, après l'originale parisienne de 1681, illustrée d'un beau frontispice coiffé des armes du Dauphin, et d'une vignette de titre aux armes du même ; un bandeau de titre aux armes du dauphin répété. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume noire. plats frappé à froid de multiples encadrements et de fers de lys angulaires. Dos sali avec un manque en queue. Bon exemplaire, plutôt frais, imprimé sur un bon papier. Festus fut un grammairien du second siècle après J.C. qui rédigea un abrégé du dictionnaire encyclopédique de son contemporain Verrius (oeuvre perdue) dont on ne conserve que des fragments (lettres M-V) mais qui donne d'utiles et précieux renseignements sur son époque. Son manuscrit fut édité au XVe siècle puis redécouvert sous la Renaissance, Scaliger en réalisa une édition critique en 1584 que reprend Dacier. Le célèbre philologue français en assure une édition abondamment commentée avec de larges notes en bas de pages. Cette édition appartient à la collection d'ouvrages réalisés par Dacier "in usum Delphini", à l'usage du Dauphin, dont Dacier était au service. 

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        EL PERFECTO ARTIFICIAL BOMBARDERO Y ARTILLERO, Que contiene los Artificios de Fuegos Marciales, Nuevo Uzo de Bombas, Granadas, y Practica de la Artillería, y Mosquete

      - Brusselas, Lamberto Marchant, 1699, 16x10 cm., pergamino, 8 h.+196 págs.+2 h.+9 láminas plegadas

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        Commentarius in harmoniam sive concordiam quatuor evangelistarum

      Parisiis: Excudebat Joannis Anisson 4to (12.6 cm, 10.25"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [2] ff., xvi, 661, [1] pp., [25] ff.; 3 plts. II: [2] ff., lxiv, 326 pp., [15] ff.; 3 plts.. 1699 Bernard Lamy (1640–1715) was an Oratorian priest, philosopher, and biblical scholar. After getting himself exiled to Grenoble for excessive Cartesianism, he went on to do significant work in biblical studies, and this present work is especially notable: Lamy here contends that Jesus died on the cross on the eve of the Passover (thus at the same time as the Passover lamb was being killed), not during the first day of the Passover. This view, while considered radical at the time, is now generally held by biblical scholars. This work was first published under the title Harmonia, sive concordia quatuor evangelistarum in 1689. This second edition is printed in small roman types with some italic, Greek, and Hebrew. Ornaments include an ornate woodcut fleur-de-lis on the title-pages, plus initials and headpieces. Vol. II (bound in) consists of the Apparatus chronologicus et geographicus, chronologies and geographical descriptions with three fine fold-out plates: a map of Judea, a plan of Jerusalem, and a plan of the temple. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 7230 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). 18th-century vellum over boards with raised bands, lightly soiled; on the covers an ornate mandorla inside a composite frame. Crack in the vellum along front joint, joint itself sound. Ex-library with paper labels on spine; old pressure-stamps, including one on title-page of vol. I. Upper outer corner of title-leaf lost taking part of one letter of title; small tear into printed border of first map in vol. II. All edges speckled blue and red. A stout, substantial volume.

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        HORACIO ESPAÑOL ESTO ES OBRAS DE QUINTO HORACIO FLACCO

      Antonio Lacavallería Barcelona. Antonio Lacavallería.1699. 6h+364p+8h. 16x11. Traducidas en prosa española e ilustradas con argumentos, epitomes y notas en el mismo idioma. Poesias líricas por el R. P. Urbano Campos, de la Compañia de Jesús. Van al fin de la declaración de las especies de los versos y odas, y dos índices, el primero cosmográfico y el segundo de las cosas notables, que se explican en las notas. La hoja 209 esta suelta pero perfecto estado. Magnífico ejemplar. Ref 9.4 Biblioteca AD. Difícil en comercio.. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Bien.

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        De la vida y acciones de Alexandro el Grande. Traducido de la lengua latina en la española por D. Matheo Ybañez de Segovia y Orellana, Marques de Corpa,Cavallero del Orden de Calatrava;el cual le consagra a los Reales Pies del Rey Nuestro Señor D. Carlos

      Imprenta de los Herederos de Antonio Román a costa de Antonio Bizarrón, Mercader de Libros, Madrid 1699 - holandesa, buena conservación en general portada a dos tintas, texto a dos columnas, ligera pérdida de texto en páginas 157 y 158. . 380 págs.

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        ZERBST. "Prospect des Neuen Schloßes zu Zerbst wie es sich von innen Presentiret und von Sr. Hochfürstl. Durchl. Fürst Carl Wilhelm ist erbauet worden". Schloßansicht vom Innenhof aus.

      - Kupferstich nach J. Simonetti (Architekt), dat. 1699, 30 x 56 cm. Mit Schriftband im Himmel und in den Ecken zwei Paar Engel jeweils mit Wappenschild. - Geglättete Faltspuren, sonst tadellos.

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        "Prospect des Neuen Schloßes zu Zerbst wie es sich von innen Presentiret und von Sr. Hochfürstl. Durchl. Fürst Carl Wilhelm ist erbauet worden". Schloßansicht vom Innenhof aus.

      . Kupferstich nach J. Simonetti (Architekt), dat. 1699, 30 x 56 cm.. Mit Schriftband im Himmel und in den Ecken zwei Paar Engel jeweils mit Wappenschild. - Geglättete Faltspuren, sonst tadellos.

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        FÜRSTENFELDBRUCK. "Closter Fürstenfeldt". Klosteransicht von Norden aus der Vogelschau, links oben Wappen des Abtes, rechts oben Legende A - S.

      - Kupferstich von Michael Wening, 1699, 52 x 86 cm (von drei Platten gedruckt). Katalog des Münchner Stadtmuseums Nr. 8, Abb. S. 56; nicht bei Lentner. - Die Darstellung folgt offensichtlich dem ersten Entwurf Viscardis für den Neubau. Die Klostergebäude entsprechen dem damaligen und dem heutigen Zustand. Die Kirche dagegen wurde in dieser Form nicht gebaut. Die alte Kirche wurde erst 1716/17 abgerissen. - Im Ganzen gebräunt und stellenweise berieben. Gerahmt. Sehr rares Kapitalblatt!

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        Bibliotheca Patrum apostolicorum Graeco-Latina, qua continentur I. S. Clementis Romani prior & posterior ad Corinthios epistola, II. S. Ignatii epistolae septem genuinae, quibus ejusdem interpolatae & spuriae epistolae, nec non acta Ignatiani martyrii accedunt, III. S. Polycarpi epistola ad Philippenses, cui praeter fragmenta Polycarpi ecclesiae Smyrnensis de Polycarpi martyrio epistola integra adjungitur. Praemissa est dissertatio de patribus apostolicis, seu scriptoribus ecclesiasticis, qui apostolorum comites & discipuli fuisse perhibentur autore L. Thoma Ittigio,

      Lipsiae, Lankisianorum. (Leipzig, Lanckisch), 1699 - [gestochenes Porträtfrontispiz, Titel in rot/schwarz gedruckt] [8] Bl., 298 S., [3] Bl., 119, 431 S. VD17 3:315994B ; Seltene und gesuchtes Edition der griechisch/lateinischen Parallel-Ausgabe Kirchenväter Clemens, Ignatius und Polykarp. Sehr wohlerhaltenes und schön gedrucktes Exemplar. Herausgegben vom lutherischen Theologen Thomas Ittig (* 31. Oktober 1643 in Leipzig; † 7. April 1710 ebenda) zu Ittigs Leben und Wirken: Zedler: Band 14, Leipzig 1735, Spalte 1437. Sprache: gr Gewicht in Gramm: 750 Kl.-8°Ganzpergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.

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        The Life of Henry Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury BOUND WITH The Life of John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury

      London: Richard Chiswell, 1699. 1st Edition . Very Good+. 4.5 x 7.25 inches (12 x 18.5 cm). Recent half leather binding with marbled boards, spine has five raised bands and gilt lettering. Good solid binding, clean text throughout. Two titles bound in one volume. CHICHELE: Fine engraved portrait frontis (by M Burghers.) Expanded, first English language edition (originally published in Latin in 1617.) ESTC R236 (Wing D2430). WHITGIFT: Fine engraved portrait (by R. White) In two parts. Part 1, by Paule, was originally published in 1612 as: The life of the most reverend and religious prelate John Whitgift, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury (STC 19484). Part 2, 'Conspiracy for pretended reformation' by Richard Cosin, was originally published in 1592 as 'Conspiracie, for pretended reformation' (STC 5823). Part 2 has separate dated title page and pagination; register is continuous. ESTC R1659 (Wing P878). Two rare 17th Century works on Archbishops of Canterbury, excellent condition and in a very attractive later binding. Hardback. Printed pages: 8vo. [8], 178, [22] + [10], 124, [26], 182, [2]

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        L'Etat de la France. Contenant tous les Princes, Ducs & Pairs, & Marêchaux de France: Les Evêques, les Juridictions du Roïaume; les Gouverneurs des Provinces; les Chevaliers des trois Ordres du Roy, &c. Les noms des Officiers de la Maison du Roy, leurs gages & priviléges, & ceux de Monseigneur le Dauphin, de Monsieur le Duc de Bourgogne, de Madame la Duchesse de Bourgogne, de Monsieur le Duc d'Anjon, de Monsieur le Duc de Berry, de Monsieur Duc d'Orléans, de Madame, de Monsieur le Duc de Chartres, & de Madame la Duchesse de Chartres. Suivant les Etats portés à la Cour des Aides.

      1699. . 1699 - Impreso por Guillaume Cavelier. París, Francia. . 2 Vol. . Vol.I: Portada+9 H.+664 pp. Vol.II: Portada+3 H.+520 pp. Octavo. Plena Piel. Genealogía / Heráldica / Emblemática / Iconografía , Historia Universal (Francia), Idiomas (Francés), Siglo XVII . Guía de autoridades de la Francia de finales del siglo XVII. Contiene abundante información sobre la familia real, la alta nobleza y los altos cargos del ejército y la política del país. Numerosos escudos heráldicos impresos en xilografía. Raro en comercio.

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        Muséum Regium seu Catalogus rerum tam naturalium, quàm artificalium, quæ in basilica bibliothecæ augustissimi Daniæ Norvegiæq[ue]; monarchæ Christiani Quinti, Hafniæ asservantur, descriptus ab Oligero Jacobæo., Med. & Phil Prof. Regio. Cum Auctario. Hafniæ, Literis Reg. Celf. Typogr. Joachim Schmetgen, Anno M.DC. XCVIIII

      [1699]. Liten folio (35 x 22 cm.). Kobberstukket tittelbl. [2], tittelbl. trykt i rødt og sort [2], dedikasjonsbl. [2] , fortale [2], dikt til Christian V. [8], «Pars prima De rebus naturalibus» [2], 40, «Pars secunda De rebus artificalibus» (41-201), [3] s. / Auctarium rariorum, qvæ museo regio per triennium Havniæ accesserunt, uberioribus illustrata commentariis, præcipue numismata et aliæ antiqvitates parti secundæ aut insertæ aut inserendæ. Anno MDCXCIX [1699]. [2], 97, [1] s. + XLI [41] plansjer og foldeplansjer. Vignetter. Bundet i ett samtidig helpergamentb. Øvre kapitél delvis avrevet og nedre kapitél med rift. Tittelbl. med et delvis utradert navn i høyre marg, som er fagmessig utbedret. Noen gamle navnetrekk, noen små bretter og enkelte små rifter. Foldeplansjene med rift i indre fals, som til dels berører trykkflaten. Bakre flybl. revet ut. For øvrig, et rent og fint eksemplar med store marger. Fortegnelse over innleverte sjeldne gjenstander til Det kongelige danske Kunstkammer de tre siste år, også mynter, medaljer og andre oldsaker.. An attractive copy. Inventory for the acquiered pieces in the Royal Danish Kunstkammer the last three years, including coins, medals and antiquities

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        Anbetungsszene und andere figürliche Studien, rechts oben Kopf eines Bärtigen.

      . Feder in Braun und Bleistift, braun laviert, auf grautonigem Bütten. 20,7:33,5 cm. Provenienz: Süddeutsche Privatsammlung.. Nach einer Ausbildung bei seinem Vater Franz Joseph Weiss (1699-1770) war der gebürtige Münchner Künstler, wie sein Vater, seit 1764 als Porzellanmaler in der Manufaktur Nymphenburg tätig. Ein Stipendium des kurfürstlichen Hofes ermöglichte ihm, sich seit 1769 in der Galerie von Schloß Schleißheim weiterzubilden. Zur Abrundung seines Studiums wurde er ab 1771 Schüler von F.I. Oefele (1721-1797) an der neugegründeten Münchner Zeichenschule. Sein Erfolg brachte ihm später in seiner Heimatstadt die Stellung eines kurfürstlich-bayerischen Hofmalers ein. Zudem wurde er 1770 Mitglied der Münchner Kunstakademie. Weiss hat seinen Zeichenstil mehrfach variiert. Allerdings sind Arbeiten wie unser Beispiel, bei dem der Künstler Figurenstudien aus unterschiedlichen Bildthemen scheinbar willkürlich zusammenfügte, in seinem zeichnerischen und auch graphischen Werk häufiger nachweisbar.

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        ISTORIA DELL' EDITTO DELL' IMPERATORE DELLA CINA, IN FAVORE DELLA RELIGIONE CRISTIANA: Coll'aggiunta d'alucune Notizie Intorno gli Honori, Che i Cinesi Rendono a Confusio, & Defonti.

      AN EARLY JESUIT ACCOUNT OF CHINA FROM 1699 - Torino MDCIC [1699], Battifta Zappata. Original old vellum,solid, some old lettering on covers, first fly & bottom oftitle page, else clean, index, 254p., 11 x 17 cm., Italiantext, 11 x 17 cm., front end paper annotated. FIRST EDITION Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Le gentilhomme etranger voyageant en France. Observant tres exactement les melieures [sic] routes qu'il faut prendre, faisant aussi la description des antiquités. Des eglises, des tombeaux, des convents, des palais, des arcs triumphaux. Et en un mot de tout ce que chaque Province renferme de plus digne de la curiosité d'un voyageur soit dans les Villes soit dans la Campagne. Par le Baron G.D.N

      A Leyde: Chez Baudouin Vander Aa, 1699. First (and only?) edition. Additional engraved title-page as frontispiece. [6] , 241, [3, publisher's catalogue] pp. *4 A-M8 N4 O-Q8. 1 vols. 8vo. Nineteenth century half browm morocco, marbled boards, edges, and endpapers. Occasional light spotting to text, but very good overall. A Foreigner's Guide to France Interesting copy of this rare 1699 travel guide to France. Leaves N3 and N4, red-lined for cancelling, are present, and a 19th-century previous owner has identified its appearance in a sale catalogue: "Cat tome II, day 25, N° 3, 7 mai 1880". OCLC: 1969345, etc. (locating only two copies in the U.S.: Cornell and Smith)

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        Bibliotheca Patrum apostolicorum Graeco-Latina, qua continentur I. S. Clementis Romani prior & posterior ad Corinthios epistola, II. S. Ignatii epistolae septem genuinae, quibus ejusdem interpolatae & spuriae epistolae, nec non acta Ignatiani martyrii accedunt, III. S. Polycarpi epistola ad Philippenses, cui praeter fragmenta Polycarpi ecclesiae Smyrnensis de Polycarpi martyrio epistola integra adjungitur. Praemissa est dissertatio de patribus apostolicis, seu scriptoribus ecclesiasticis, qui apostolorum comites & discipuli fuisse perhibentur autore L. Thoma Ittigio

      Lipsiae, Lankisianorum. (Leipzig, Lanckisch), 1699.. 3 Bände in einem Band (alles) [gestochenes Porträtfrontispiz, Titel in rot/schwarz gedruckt] [8] Bl., 298 S., [3] Bl., 119, 431 S. Kl.-8°Ganzpergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.. VD17 3:315994B ; Seltene und gesuchtes Edition der griechisch/lateinischen Parallel-Ausgabe Kirchenväter Clemens, Ignatius und Polykarp. Sehr wohlerhaltenes und schön gedrucktes Exemplar. Herausgegben vom lutherischen Theologen Thomas Ittig (* 31. Oktober 1643 in Leipzig; 7. April 1710 ebenda) zu Ittigs Leben und Wirken: Zedler: Band 14, Leipzig 1735, Spalte 1437.

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        Altenburgi altitudo, Das ist: der weitberhmten Alt-Deutsch-Meiánischen resp Reichs- Chur- und Frstl. S„chsischen Residentz- und Pleiánischen Haupt-Stadt Altenburg/ Ansehnliche Hoheit/ Samt unterschiedlichen Altenburgischen Alterthums stattlichen Ged„chtniáen/ und sonst nutzbaren besehenwerten trefflichen Merckwrdigkeiten/ theils sonderbaren neuen Geschichten und mancherley Begebenheiten [.] an statt einer von vielen verlangten Altenburgischen Chronica krtzlich entworffen.

      Altenburg Verlag Johann Ludwig Richter ; 1699 - EA; ca 21x17 cm; (4) 77 Seiten mit Titel in Schwarz und Rot; neuerer Kartoneinband im Stil d. Zt. (guter, fleckenfreier Zustand) Frheste Altenburgische Chronik. 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Evangelium medici: seu Medicina mystica; de suspensis naturae legibus, sive de miraculis; reliquisque "en tois biblios" memoratis, quae medicae indagini subjici possunt. (...). 2. Druck (zuerst London 1697).

      Amsterdam, Joannes Wolters, 1699.. 8 Bll., 193(1) S., 5 Bll. Mit gest. Titelvignette. Kl.8°, brauner Lederband (um 1750) auf 4 Bünden, mit ein wenig Rückenvergoldung.. Einband leicht berieben, bestoßen und beschabt; winzige Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital; Deckel mit winzigen Bezugsfehlstellen in den Ecken; Titel etwas stockfleckig - ansonsten nur gering stockfleckig; letztes Blatt mit ergänztem Abriss in der oberen Ecke (minimaler Buchstabenrandverlust auf der letzten Seite des Inhaltsverzeichnisses hier handschriftlich ergänzt); 2 Seiten (S. 111 u. 112) mit Tintenunterstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand; 2. fl. Vordervorsatz mit kleinem Fleck und mehreren Einträgen von alter Hand bzw. alten Händen (meist bibliographische Erläuterungen zum vorliegenden Buch); Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf dem Titel - trotz der beschriebenen kleineren Mängel ein schönes Exemplar. In der vorliegenden Abhandlung versucht der Verfasser sog. Wunderheilungen medizinisch zu erklären. Das Buch erregte seinerzeit großes Aufsehen - von kirchlicher Seite wurde es scharf verurteilt. Mit dem Dekret vom 16. Januar 1719 wurde der Titel auf den Römischen Index Librorum Prohibitorum gesetzt. Bernard Connor (1666-1698); bedeutender irischer Mediziner; zeitweise Leibarzt des polnischen Königs Johann III. Sobieski; er beschrieb 1693 als erster die Spondylitis ankylosans (Morbus Bechterew), eine krankhafte Veränderung der Wirbelsäule bzw. der Wirbelsäulengelenke. Wellcome II, 382/ Graesse II, 250/ Brunet II, 225/ vgl. auch Garrison & Morton (5. ed.), 4298.

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        Glorwürdiges Sechstes Jubel-Jahr, Oder Sechs-hundert-Jähriger Welt-Hang, Deß Heiligen und befreyten Cistercienser Ordens celebriert in dem Hochlöbl. Gotts-Haus deß gemelten Ordens Raiten-Haßlach, so im Jahr 1698 den 17. Augusti . angefangen, und durch eine solemne Octav . mit außerlesenen Lob- und Ehren-Predigen herzlichist geziehret, und den 24. Augusti glücklich beschlossen.

      Salzburg, Johann Baptist Mayr, (1699). - Kl.-4°. Mit Kupfertitel u. 7 tls. gef. Kupfertafeln. 4 Bll., 247 SS., 1 Bl. Hpgt. d. 19. Jhdts. mit goldgepr. Rsch. (nur minimal fleckig). Sehr seltene in Salzburg gedruckte Festschrift für das Kloster Raitenhaslach zum 600jährigen Gründungsjubiläum des Zisterzienser-Ordens. 1098 gründete der Benediktiner Robert von Molesme der Abtei Molesme das Kloster Cîteaux in Frankreich. Mit einer schönen Vogelschau-Ansicht des Klosters, im Hintergrund die Salzach sowie Burghausen. Das Kloster Raitenhaslach ist eine ehemalige Abtei der Zisterzienser, heute im Gemeindegebiet der Stadt Burghausen und der Diözese Passau gelegen. Das Areal für das Kloster Raitenhaslach wurde 1143 durch Graf Wolfher von Wasentegernbach und seiner Frau Hemma gestiftet. Vom ursprünglichen Gründungsort Schützing an der Alz wurde das Kloster schon 1146 nach Raitenhaslach verlegt, das bereits 788 in der Notitia Arnonis als Besitz des Bistums Salzburg zum ersten Mal urkundlich erwähnt worden war. Grund für den Umzug nach Raitenhaslach soll in erster Linie die strategische Klosterpolitik des Bischofs Konrad I. von Salzburg gewesen sein. Das Kloster besaß eine ganze Reihe von abgabenpflichtigen Dörfern im weiten Umkreis, daneben unter anderem ein Weingut im heutigen Niederösterreich und einen großen Teil des heute in Oberösterreich liegenden Weilhartforstes auf der anderen Seite der Salzach. 1803 wurde das Kloster Raitenhaslach im Zuge der Säkularisation aufgelöst. Die Festschrift enthält 8 Jubiläumspredigten von "P. Hyacintho Frants . in dem . Closter Fürstenfeld Professo", ". P. Adamo Plaichshirn, deß . Closter Raitten-Haßlach Professo", ". P. Bertrandus Leffelleuthner, Praefati Ord. in . Mariae de Alderspach Professus", ". Josepho, Ordinis S. Benedicti, deß Hochlöbl. Stiffts und Closters Michael-Beyrn, Würdigsten Herr Abbten" etc.- Bei 3 Tafeln Einrisse alt hinterlegt. Vorsatzblatt mit hs. Bes.-Vermerk, Titel verso mit Bes.-Stempel. Papier unterschiedlich gebräunt u. tls. braunfleckig. Austriaca allgemein

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        A defence of the Scots settlement at Darien. With an answer to the Spanish memorial against it. And arguments to prove that it is the interest of England to join with the Scots, and protect it. To which is added, a description of the country, and a particular account of the Scots colony

      No place [Edinburgh?]: No publisher/printer Small 4to (20 cm; 8"). [2] ff., 60 pp.. 1699 As the 1690s wound down the lords and and burghers of Scotland dreamed of an overseas empire such as Spain, England, Portugal, and the Dutch had, and to this end came into existence the Company of Scotland for Trading to Africa and the Indies. Chartered in 1695 and with a coffer of some £400,000, it established a colony ("Darien") on the Caribbean coast of what is now Panama, a worse location being hard to conceive. Even today that site is virtually uninhabited. Trouble plagued the enterprise from the arrival of the first Scots in 1698 and it fairly shortly collapsed for lack of supplies, malaria, other diseases, internal dissension, a nonexistent trading base, and the might of the Spanish military in the region. The wreck of the scheme led to an economic crisis at home which in turn helped enable the 1707 Act of Unification. The vast bulk of this work attempts to convince the English to support the Scots' enterprise and cites political, religious, social, and economic reasons for doing so; clearly, the Scots knew that English naval might in particular would be essential for the success of the scheme. Beyond this, however, a section (pp. 42 to 51) addresses the natural history, native population, agricultural commodities, and indigenous industry of the region; and the work ends with an account of the Scots' settlement, the buildings erected there, and its intercourse with the indigenous people. Authorship of this work is problematic: It is signed "Philo-Caledon" at the end of the dedication and three other names have have been proposed as possible authors in addition to Foyer's — George Ridpath, Andrew Fletcher, and John Hamilton (2nd Baron Belhaven). Added to the conundrum of authorship, the work was produced in four editions in the same year, each having different numbers of pages, each with a different signature scheme, none with a publisher, and this one without even a place of publication! 20th-century half dark brown crushed morocco with brown linen sides. This copy has all the hallmarks of having once been through a British bookseller's "hospital": all leaves are dust-soiled or age-toned; all leaves are uncut but some have been extended and others not, and some leaves with torn margins (but not all) have had lost paper restored; all such repairs and extensions are within the first six leaves, meaning these were probably supplied from another copy. Top of title-leaf trimmed with loss of "A" of the title; another leaf with a tear to the top margin with loss costing tops of several letters of words on one page, and two leaves with the running head guillotined by a binder; some stray stains. An interesting copy for its probable if problematic history and condition.

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        Suite des Caracteres de Theophraste et des Pensees de M. Pascal

      Estienne Michallet 1699 - Chez Estienne Michallet ,Premier Imprimeur du Roy , Rue St Jaques, 1699: mottled brown leather with gilt and lettering and decoration to 6 panelled spine: approximately 4 x 6.5" tall: 274 pages including table to final page. Condition: Corners bumped: edges of upper and lower spine worn: small cavity mid edge front cover/ spine: bookplate of Viscount Barrington to front end paper: some discolouration to preliminaries and upper edges of some pages: overall clean, good and collectable [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De verborum significatione lib. XX notis et emendationibus Andreas Dacerius

      First edition by André Dacier, illustrated frontispiece of a beautiful crowned arms of the Dauphin, and a title thumbnail weapons of the same; a title banner with the arms of repeated dolphin.Binding open flexible vellum time. Smooth back with title in black pen. Cold dishes hit multiple frames and angular lily irons. Dos messed with a lack tail. Good copy rather cool, printed on good paper. Sumptibus Hugutanorum Amstedolami (Amsterdam) 1699 In-4 (19,8x25,8cm) relié

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        Le cuisinier franc?ois, ou, L'ecole des ragouts, ou est enseigne la maniere d'appre?ter toutes sortes de viandes, de Patisseries & Confitures

      chez Antoine Besson,, A Lyon, 1699 - Cm. 14,5, pp. 456 (10). Legatura coeva in piena pelle. dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Dorso liso, qualche traccia d'uso e moderate fioriture, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Una nota di possesso ottocentesca a stampa: Conte Luigi di Benevello. Celebre trattato gastronomico stilato da colui che concorse in modo fondamentale a fissare la cucina francese a cavallo tra XVII e XVIII secolo. Varenne era sostenitore dei cibi leggeri e nelle sue ricette, famose le salse, si riproponeva di conservare il sapore originario degli alimenti, rifiutandosi di seppellirlo sotto quintali di spezie esotiche. Edizione assai rara apparentemente stampata in un numero limitato di copie e venduta in "colportage" durante il periodo della cosiddetta "monopolisation lyonnaise" dell'edizione dei libri di La Varenne. Cfr. Vicaire (504); non in Oberlé e Bitting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A new voyage round the world (2 Bände).

      London, J. Knapton, 1699 (Band 1 : 4th ed., Band 2 : 1st ed.).. Mit 9 (8 gefalteten) Kupferkarten, 5 Blatt, VI, 550 Seiten, 2; 4 Blatt, 184, 132 Seiten, 2 Blatt, 112 Seiten, 38 Blatt, Lederbände der Zeit, 20 x 12,5 cm,. Einbände berieben und bestossen, mit kleineren Reparaturen, innen etwas gebräunt. Enthält die Fahrten und Berichte des englischen Freibeuters und Entdeckers William Dampiers (1651 bis 1715) von 1673 bis zu seiner ersten Rückkehr nach England im Jahre 1691. Neben seinen abenteuerlichen Erlebnissen enthält seine Reisebeschreibung durchaus wissenschaftlich fundierte Anmerkungen über Land und Leute der bereisten Gebiete.

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        Poems on Affairs of State: from the time of Oliver Cromwell, to the Abdication of K. James the Second. Written by the greatest wits of the age. Viz. Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Rochester, Lord Bu-------st, Sir John Denham, Andrew Marvell, Esq; Mr. Milton, Mr Dryden, Mr. Sprat, Mr. Waller. Mr. Ayloffe, &c. With some miscellany poems by the same: most whereof never before printed. Now carefully examined with the originals, and published without any castration [bound with:] State-poems; continued from the time of O. Cromwell, to the year 1697

      [London: s.n.], 1699. First editions. [8], 224, 245-267, [1] pp.; [8], 264 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Modern calf, red leather spine label. Title-page of second part foxed, otherwise very good.

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        Memoirs of Secret Service

      London: Printed for A. Baldwin near the Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane. 1699. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary calf rebacked with five raised bands and gilt titles to spine, some rubbing to spine ends and joints, corners rubbed through and some loss from leather at upper corner of lower board, marbled endpapers with inner hinges strengthened with binders tape, initial blank with advertisment mounted on verso, early signature in ink to top margin of title page, some foxing in places else text clean and bright. , 8vo 8" - 9" tall, 160, 24 pp .

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        Les plans et les descriptions de deux des plus belles maisons de campagne de Pline le Consul. Avec des remarques sur tous les bâtimens, et une Dissertation touchant l'architecture antique & l'architecture gothique

      Paris: Florentin & Pierre Delaulne, 1699. FIRST EDITION. Contemporary French mottled calf, gilt in 6 compartments, red morocco spine label in the second. Preserved in a fine green linen folding case. Binding expertly rebacked, preserving original spine, corners renewed; IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. Octavo. 6 ff., 189 pp. + 23 pp. With 7 engraved plates (of which 5 are folding) FIRST EDITION OF THIS PIONEERING WORK WHICH FORESHADOWED THE RISE OF ROMANTIC CLASSICISM. In the present volume, the Tuscan and Laurentine gardens and villas owned by Pliny the Younger (2nd century A.D.) are completely reconstructed through the analysis of Pliny's own detailed letters. The text appears in Latin with Felibien's French translation and his copious notes, printed in Roman type over the whole page. Seven engraved plates illustrate the villas with their surrounding gardens (one of which is large and folding, ca. 43 x 25 cm). Felibien also reproduces the description of the Laurentine villa by Scamozzi (the great Renaissance architect), who records discrepancies that occur in the Pliny documents. Scamozzi's text appears in the original Italian with Felibien's French translation and notes. * The volume concludes with Felibien's justly famous dissertation on the origins of architecture (p. 169-189). Felibien here outlines "gotique ancien" and "gotique moderne," which correspond roughly to the Romanesque and Gothic. Significantly, the author suggests that early medieval architecture was derived from the imagery of CAVES, while Gothic itself was inspired by FOREST GROVES (cf. R.D. Middleton's article "The Abbe de Cordemoy and the Graeco-Gothic Ideal: A Prelude to Romantic Classicism" in: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, XXV, 1962, 2-3, pp. 299-302). Felibien promotes the classical style over the gothic, the former 'founded on nature's principles', the latter 'opposed to nature.' * Jean Felibien des Avaux (ca. 1656-1733), French classicist architect, was secretary to the Academie d'Architecture; he succeeded his father as Historiographer of the Royal Buildings, and was treasurer of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres. §§§ REFERENCES: See Millard, French p. 188, and Millard, English, p. 64. Springer, p. 15, 114. D. Wiebenson (ed.), "Architectural Theory and Practice from Alberti to Ledoux" (Chicago, 1982) III-D-10. Not in Berlin Katalog.

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        A Dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris. With An Answer to the Objections of the Honourable Charles Boyle, Esquire

      London: J.H. for Henry Mortlock and John Hartley, 1699. Second edition, expanded. A8, a-d8, e8 (lacks e7), f8,B-Z8, Aa-Mm8, Nn6. [108], 549, [10] pp. Lacks pages xciii-xciv of preface. 1 vols. 8vo. Modern 1/2 calf over marbled boards, spine with title gilt, edges speckled red, ink stain at fore-margin; old inscription written lengthwise across t.p., dampstains have caused marginal losses C1-D6 (some marginal notes affected). Bentley Settles Boyle's Hash Richard Bentley (1662-1742), a noted critic and scholar in Classical Antiquities, was part of a close group of friends which included John Evelyn, Sir Christopher Wren, John Locke, and Isaac Newton. In the 1690s a famous controversy on the Letters of Phalaris arose out of a misinterpretation of Bentley's acts as a librarian. Sir William Temple, in publishing his Ancient and Modern Learning (1692), took up the question of the relative worth of ancients and moderns, siding with the former in every aspect of science, art and literature; in particular, Temple pointed out the merits of the letters of a certain ancient known as Phalaris whose authenticity was much doubted among scholars of the day - but believed by Temple. In 1695 Charles Boyle decided to publish an edition of the letters and sought to borrow a manuscript from the king's library at St. James (where Bentley was librarian) that it might be collated, and he hired a collator through a bookseller. Bentley loaned the manuscript for a sufficient amount of time, but when the collator failed to finish his job by the end of the allotted time, the collator reported to Boyle that the task had not been completed due to the inconsiderate behavior of Bentley. Boyle published his edition of the letters with a blatant criticism of Bentley's supposed behavior. In 1697 William Wotton published a second edition of his Reflections on Ancient and Modern Learning, in which, in contrast to Temple, he takes the side of the moderns, and Bentley added to it an essay of his own in which he refuted the authenticity of the Phalaris letters and criticized the edition by Boyle. A group of scholars loyal to Boyle subsequently gathered together to publish Dr. Bentley's Dissertations on the Epistles of Phalaris and the Fables of Aesop, examin'd by the Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq., in mockery of Bentley. In 1699, Bentley published this response to Boyle, which settled the dispute in a decisive fashion.

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        Poems on Affairs of State: from the time of Oliver Cromwell, to the Abdication of K. James the Second. Written by the greatest wits of the age. Viz. Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Rochester, Lord Bu-------st, Sir John Denham, Andrew Marvell, Esq; Mr. Milton, Mr Dryden, Mr. Sprat, Mr. Waller. Mr. Ayloffe, &c. With some miscellany poems by the same: most whereof never before printed. Now carefully examined with the originals, and published without any castration [bound with:] State-poems; continued from the time of O. Cromwell, to the year 1697

      [London: s.n.], 1699. First editions. [8], 224, 245-267, [1] pp.; [8], 264 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Modern calf, red leather spine label. Title-page of second part foxed, otherwise very good.

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