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2016-02-08 22:05:01
OKAMOTO, Ippo. [Ittokusai]
[Osaka 1699, Okuda]. Brown stitched wrs., 7 vol. set, 17.5 x 26.5 cm., very good, woodblock printed on hand-made mulberry paper, a few faint stains, 61 illustrations,some old worming mostly in margins, minor loss of text,else clean,solid.RARE! <br> *** *** <br><br> <br> GODRON E. MESTLER'S PERSONAL COLLECTION COPY <br><br> <br> WITH HIS PENNED NOTES LOOSELY LAID IN <br><br> <br> This is Mestler's personal collection copy. The hand written notes by Mestler were used as the basis for entries in his historic bibliography: A GALAXY OF OLD JAPANESE MEDICAL BOOKS WITH MISCELLANEOUS NOTES ON EARLY MEDICINE IN JAPAN. <br><br> MESTLER'S HAND-WRITTEN NOTES: These are excellent examples of Japanese medicine, medical practice, medicines, instruments, organs and related. They were transcribed [mostly verbatim] into the his text for the historic GALAXY. <br> This is a famous early work on moxabustion and acupuncture by the celebrated Japanese physician, Okamoto Ippo. <br><br> This work was based on a lost Chinese treatise probably meaning the Rei-su or Ling-shu [Ling-Ch'u] [See Mestler's GALAXY pp.292, 303,321, 472, 476, 188-189] traditionally ascribed to the famous Chinese physician-Emperor Hwang-Ti.[See Mestler also for several other Reisu entries]. <br><br> WHO WAS OKAMOTO IPPO ITTOKUSAI [active 1685-1733]: Okamoto also known by his "Go" [studio name Ichiku] was a celebrated author of several medical works of the period. , He wrote popular explanations to contemporary and difficult medical subjects, giving common people access to a basic understanding of Chinese & western medicine. <b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-01-23 02:40:40
MARTIN (Barthélemy)
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
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2016-01-15 21:07:57
Matthiae, Christian :
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Erythropel, 1699. - Auf welchem Die vier grossen Monarchien der Welt, Als nemlich Die Assyrische oder Babylonische, die Medo-Persische, die Griechische und die Römische, Samt allen Grossen Monarchen. biß auff diese unsere Zeiten. beschrieben werden. in unsere Teutsche Sprach. übersetzet, und biß zu End dieses 16. (recte 17.) Seculi außgeführet, Von Paul Jacob Marperger. 12 Blatt, 888 (falsch 920) Seiten, 138 Seiten., 1 weißes Blatt, 80 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit, 33,5 x 21,5 cm, Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, vorderes Gelenk oben etwas angerissen, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt und teils etwas stockfleckig, Vorsätze und 5 eingebundene Blatt mit umfangreichen alten handschriftlichen Texten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen
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2016-01-13 13:11:41
[Johannes Kepler] GALILEI, Galileo (1564-1642);
Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden] Apud Fredericum Haaring, et Davidem Severinum Bibliopolas [through 1700] 1699 Two volumes in one. 4to: [16],494,[26]; [6],282(misprinted 826),[4], with copper-engraved portrait of Galileo, additional engraved title page (after Stefano della Bella), dated 1700, showing Aristotle, Ptolemy and Copernicus discussing the heliocentric and geocentric models of the solar system, and numerous woodcut illustrations. In addition to Galileo's texts, this edition includes (following conclusion of the Dialogo) the introduction to "Astronomia nova" (pp. 446-454), in which Johannes Kepler argued in favor of heliocentrism based upon his ten-year-long investigation of the motion of Mars; the Latin translation of Paolo Antonio Foscarini's "Epistola R.P.M. Pauli Antonii Foscarini, Carmelitani, circa Pythagoricorum, & Copernici opinionem de mobilitate terræ, et stabilitate solis: et de novo systemate seu consitiutione mundi" (Letter concerning the Opinion of the Pythagoreans and Copernicus about the Mobility of the Earth and Stability of the Sun, and the New Pythagorean System of the World, pp. 455-487), in which Foscarini defends the Copernican theory against charges that it conflicted with Scripture, and "The judgment of the Cardinals against Galileo and his abjuration (pp. 488-494), first printed in Riccioli's "Almagestum," in 1651. Period full vellum over boards, titled in manuscript to spine, edges speckled black, plain period end papers. A handsome, unsophisticated copy, rare in this condition. Vellum soiled and stained, scattered minor foxing, some thumbing to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd.
2016-01-13 13:11:41
LISTER, Martin (1638?-1712);
London Jacob Tonson 1699 8vo: [6],248pp, with 6 plates (3 folding) but without the 3pp. of advertisements bound in some copies. Early full calf, spine very richly gilt in five compartments divided by raised bands, red morocco lettering piece gilt. On the front paste appears the engraved armorial bookplate of John Rolle, Baron Rolle of Stevenstone (1750-1842). An excellent example, occasional toning, very sporadically scattered marginal foxing, else a clean, crisp copy in handsome period binding. Wing L2527. Near Fine
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd.
2016-01-12 13:08:07
PETTY, Sir William
London: Printed for Robert Clavel and Henry Mortlock,, 1699. Octavo (181 × 115 mm). Nineteenth-century polished calf, gilt roll border to covers, neatly rebacked, preserving the original spine. Corners rubbed. Leaf 2A1, (the first subtitle reading "An Essay Concerning the Multiplication of Mankind and Essay in Political Arithmetic, Concerning the Growth of the City of London: The Third Edition. London, 1698") cut away, as often. Occasional spotting or marginal staining; an excellent copy. First collected edition of Petty's writings on Political Arithmetic and Demography.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2015-12-30 13:37:12
BRAND, ADAM:
1699. Small 8vo. Pp. (ii), 249, (1). With engraved frontispiece and one large folding engraved map. Contemporary calf, spine with five raised bands, rubbed and hinges weak, marbled edges, spine expertly restored.First French edition (orig. in German 1698). A journal of the Russian embassy headed by Everard Isbrand Ides which went over land from Moscow to Peking, written by the secretary of the embassy, Adam Brand. The aim of the expedition was to conclude commercial agreements with the Chinese but, in fact, this was not incorporated. Includes a table "des chiffres de la carte" (pp. 183-92) with numbers of cities and other places passed along the route, indicated on the map. The map only to be found in this edition. At end there is an anonymous letter about the present state of Moscow included. Chadenat 5335. Cordier BS 2469. Lust 506. Löwendahl 230. Walravens, China Illustrata 70. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Charlotte Du Rietz Rare Books (ILAB) [Stockholm, Sweden]
2015-12-22 14:00:57
DU FOUILLOUX, Jacques (anonym):
Prag (Caspar Wussin), 1699. 226 S. mit 33 (von 35) Kupferstichen und einem ganzseitigen Frontispiz sowie 2 (von 5) Bl. Inhaltsverzeichnis. Pb der Zeit. Einband fleckig, mit geblichener Beschriftung, am Rücken lädiert. Die Titelei mit ca 1 cm² Wurmgang, dieser am Frontispiz hinterlegt, innen nur vereinzelt fleckig und gelockert, einige wenige Kupfer mit teilweise schwachem Abdruck, es fehlen die Seiten 9/10 und 15/16 sowie die letzten 3 Blätter des Inhaltsverzeichnisses. EA dieses seltenen Titels. Versand D: 6,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bebuquin
2015-12-19 14:58:25
MISSON DE VALBOURG, HENRI).
Utrecht; 1699 - ; A. Schouten. Contemp. vellum; (18), 454, (42) pp. Engraved frontispiece;1 folded map of England, 1 folded plan of London, 1 text engraving and 18 other (folded) engravings. Added in the same binding: Geheime historie der twee gebroeders Karel en Jakob de Tweede, Koningen van Engeland. Rotterdam;1695; Pieter vander Slaart. (Last title incomplete; only 252 pp. of 326 pp.)Upper side of binding worn. Map with tear but nicely repaired. Otherwise clean and fine copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs
2015-12-17 14:07:39
Dampier, William
London: James Knapton, 1699 - 1725. vi, 550; (6), 184, 132, 112, (76); (24), 162, (12), (16), 198, (10) pp. 12 folding maps and 29 full page plates. Dampier was a famous buccaneer, a brilliant explorer and an entertaining writer who published several volumes of his adventures. "He traveled extensively in the Orient on several voyages... It was on one of these trips that the first landing was made by the English on the Australian mainland" - Hill, 417. The bibliography of this set is somewhat confusing. Though the three volumes have consecutively numbered title pages, all the volumes were issued separately and in several editions, and are so recorded by Sabin. In this present set, Volume I ("The Fourth Edition Corrected") was published by James Knapton, London, in 1699. It describes “The Isthmus of America... West Indies... Terra del Fuego... South Sea... and other ... East Indies Islands near Cambodia, China...” The text is complete, but does not contain the four page publisher's catalog at the end. Volume II ("The Third Edition") Knapton, London, 1725 contains “A supplement of the Voyage... describing the countries of Tonquin... Malacca &c their product, inhabitants, manners, trade, policy &c. Two voyages to Campeachy... A discourse of trade-winds..” It is complete, in three parts as called for, with publishers ads present at the end of the third part. Volume III, Knapton, London, 1703, contains a “Voyage to New-Holland... wherein are described the Canary Islands... Brazilian coast... Cape of Good Hope... New Holland.” It is bound together with “A Continuation of a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.
2015-12-17 09:53:52
Dampier, William.
London: James Knapton, 1699 - 1725. vi, 550; (6), 184, 132, 112, (76); (24), 162, (12), (16), 198, (10) pp. 12 folding maps and 29 full page plates. Dampier was a famous buccaneer, a brilliant explorer and an entertaining writer who published several volumes of his adventures. "He traveled extensively in the Orient on several voyages... It was on one of these trips that the first landing was made by the English on the Australian mainland" - Hill, 417. The bibliography of this set is somewhat confusing. Though the three volumes have consecutively numbered title pages, all the volumes were issued separately and in several editions, and are so recorded by Sabin. In this present set, Volume I ("The Fourth Edition Corrected") was published by James Knapton, London, in 1699. It describes ?"The Isthmus of America... West Indies... Terra del Fuego... South Sea... and other ... East Indies Islands near Cambodia, China...?" The text is complete, but does not contain the four page publisher's catalog at the end. Volume II ("The Third Edition") Knapton, London, 1725 contains ?"A supplement of the Voyage... describing the countries of Tonquin... Malacca &c their product, inhabitants, manners, trade, policy &c. Two voyages to Campeachy... A discourse of trade-winds..?" It is complete, in three parts as called for, with publishers ads present at the end of the third part. Volume III, Knapton, London, 1703, contains a ?"Voyage to New-Holland... wherein are described the Canary Islands... Brazilian coast... Cape of Good Hope... New Holland.?" It is bound together with ?"A Continuation of a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-16 14:24:07
CONTULUS, JO. BAPTISTA
1699. Roma, Typis, & Sumptibus Bernabó, 1699. 4to. (8) + 123 + (1) + 28 s. Kobberstukket vignett på tittelbl. 10 kobberstukne plansjer. 8 kobberstikk i teksten. Samt. helpergamentbd. Gammelt håndskrevet biblioteksnummer på nedre del av rygg. Stempel på tittelbl. Ex libris på forsats. Litt brunplettet.. . Contemporary full vellum. Engraved vignette on title-page. 10 engraved plates. 8 engraved textillustrations. Old handwritten library number on spine. Bookplate on front paste down. Stamp on title-page. Occasional browning.
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [NO]
2015-12-14 20:40:31
TYSON, Edward
London: Thomas Bennet, Daniel Brown, Mr. Hunt, 1699. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Two parts in one. 4to (288 x 213 mm). [12] 1-108, [2] 1-58 [2] pp. Signatures: π4 A2 B-O4 π2 χ2 2B-2H4 2I1, 91 leaves. Imprimatur leaf before title, separate title to second part, publisher's advertisement leaf at end, 8 folding engraved plates after William Cowper by Michael Vander Gucht (small tears at folds without loss). Modern blind-stamped calf, gilt red morocco spine label, red-dyed edges, new endpapers. Little browning, marginal soiling and spotting of text. Provenance: Joshua Brookes* (2 different bookplates). A fine, wide-margined copy. ---- PMM 169; Norman 2120; Wing T-3598; Garrison-M. 153; NLM/Krivatsy 12028; Nissen ZBI 4194. - FIRST EDITION of the first anatomical study of a great ape and to identify the chimpanzee as the link directly below mankind in the 'Great Chain of Being': "'Tis a true Remark, which we cannot make without Admiration; That from Minerals, to Plants; from Plants, to Animals; and from Animals, to Men; the Transition is so gradual, that there appears a very great Similitude, as well between the meanest Plant, and some Minerals; as between the lowest Rank of men, and the highest kind of Animals. The Animal of which I have given the Anatomy, coming nearest to mankind; seems the Nexus of the Animal and Rational" (Tyson, from The Epistle Dedicatory). This represents the first formulation of the idea of the 'missing link', which was more fully explored by the works of Huxley and Darwin in the 19th century. The 'typical pygmy' which Tyson placed between man and monkey was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2015-12-08 17:52:37
MACKENZIE, George
Edinburgh printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson. for Mr. Andrew Symson and are to be sold by him in the Cowgate near the foot of the Horse-wynd. folio, title printed in russet and black, (10) + 291 + (3) + 1 + (3) + 30 + (2) + 31 - 66 + (4) + 62pp., the fine and crisp Birmingham Law Society> copy (BLS monogram on lower cover: name in gilt on upper, 19th century circular inkstamp on title-page and occasionally elsewhere), bound in contemporary mottled calf, sympathetically rebacked, raised bands gilt with crimson morocco label lettered gilt. An excellent crisp copy, originally in the library of Jacob [or James] Winsam> with his signature and date of purchase (15 Nov. 1700). Mackenzie's Laws and customs> was first published in 1678. Seton's Treatise on mutilation and demembration> is usually found bound up with the Mackenzie, although, according to ESTC, it 'may have also been issued separately'. It certainly did not appear in print any earlier than 1699. Sir John Mackenzie, of Rosehaugh, 1636 or 1638 - 1691, lawyer and politician, distinguished himself in the trial of the Marquis of Argyll in 1661, was later called 'Bloody Mackenzie' for his severe treatment of the Covenanters, 1679-1686. Sir Alexander Seton, Lord Pitmedden, (1639? - 1719) was a senior Scottish judge. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books ABA ILAB [Manningtree, United Kingdom]
2015-12-06 20:34:14
Trial; Cowper, Spencer, Defendant
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 S … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-01 23:28:10
Trial; Cowper, Spencer, Defendant
1699. 3 titles, bound together. London, 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 (11-1/2" 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. $3,000. * Only editions. Spencer C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2015-10-21 06:55:43
Foyer, Archibald, supposed author
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 dedica … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-10-19 19:31:04
Ketten, Johann Michael von der:
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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Salzburg, Austria]
2015-10-18 23:52:10
GORDON, Patrick
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]
Bookseller: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-10-18 18:09:24
Ketten, Johann Michael von der:
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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2015-10-01 12:16:52
Aboim [Aboym], Diogo Guerreiro Camacho de
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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2015-09-25 07:12:37
Aboim [Aboym], Diogo Guerreiro Camacho de.
Ex officina Joannis Antunes, 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).
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2015-09-22 18:47:35
AVANCI Giuseppe
s. e. 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 compresi i Cadetti. Dizionario di erudizione storico - ecclesiatica... XLVIII,  p. 2645. Vinciana, 990. Lozzi, 5183. Bibl. Picena, p. 112. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2015-09-22 18:08:25
Quinto Horacio Flaco
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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2015-08-31 17:02:36
Foyer, Archibald, supposed author.
No publisher/printer, 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2015-08-29 12:58:30
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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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2015-08-21 18:32:31
Aboim [Aboym], Diogo Guerreiro Camacho de
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.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-08-09 17:57:30
BRAUNSCHWEIG-HILDESHEIM:
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2015-08-05 09:49:53
FERNANDEZ DE MEDRANO, Sebastián
- Brusselas, Lamberto Marchant, 1699, 16x10 cm., pergamino, 8 h.+196 págs.+2 h.+9 láminas plegadas
Bookseller: Fábula Libros (Librería Jiménez-Bravo)
2015-08-04 22:21:08
Lamy, Bernard
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-07-30 11:32:40
Quinto Horacio Flaco
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2015-07-23 18:06:36
Quinto Curcio Rufo
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.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA [Zaragoza, Spain]
2015-07-15 08:10:23
. 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.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
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2015-07-15 08:10:23
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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. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2015-06-30 17:53:25
FÜRSTENFELDBRUCK
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! Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern, RA München
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2015-06-29 02:43:18
JAGD.- DU FOUILLOUX, Jacques (anonym):
Prag (Caspar Wussin), 1699. 226 S. mit 33 (von 36) Kupferstichen und einem ganzseitigen Frontispiz sowie 2 (von 5) Bl. Inhaltsverzeichnis. Pb der Zeit. Einband fleckig, mit geblichener Beschriftung, am Rücken lädiert. Die Titelei mit ca 1 cm Wurmgang, dieser am Frontispiz hinterlegt, innen nur vereinzelt fleckig und gelockert, einige wenige Kupfer mit teilweise schwachem Abdruck, es fehlen die Seiten 9/10 und 15/16 sowie die letzten 3 Blätter des Inhaltsverzeichnisses. Zweite dt. Ausgabe der „Venerie", des erstmals 1560 in französischer Sprache erschienen Jagdbuches. Sie stellt einen wortgetreuen Abdruck der Frankfurter Ausgabe von 1661 dar, die Kupfer sind an Jost Amman orientiert. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bebuquin (Alexander Zimmeck) [Pegau OT Werben, Germany]
2015-06-28 15:10:45
Ittig [Ed.], Thomas.
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. Versand D: 2,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2015-06-19 22:42:52
Arthur Duck / George Paule / Richard Cosin
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]
Bookseller: Tarrington Books
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2015-06-18 14:55:33
Weiss, Bartholomäus Ignaz (um 1740 - München - 1814)
. 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.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2015-06-18 14:55:33
[Jacobæus, Holger, 1650-1701]:
[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 et 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.
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [NO]
2015-06-14 18:57:17
LE GOBIEN, P. Carlo. S.J.
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
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