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        Travels Over England, Scotland and Wales

      London: Abel Roper, Rich Basset and Will Turner, 1700 Giving a true and exact description of the Chiefest Cities, Towns, and Corporations; Together With the Antiquities of divers other places, with the most Famous Cathedrals, and other eminent structures; of several remarkable caves and wells; with many other divertive passages never before published. By James Brome, MA Rector of Cheriton in Kent and Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Earl of Romney. (with an old ink note - formerly of Christ College - Cambridge - p62) The design of the said Travels being for the information of the two eldest sons, of that Eminent Merchant Mr Van-Ackar. In full brown contemporary boxed leather covers with blind tooling, a little worn and bumped. Spine has been replaced at some time, has raised bands, blind tooling, title in gilt to red leather label. Internally, grubby endpapers, title page has ink double lined borders, dedication, preface, [12], 287 pp, [9] table, p 53/54 is lacking its lower half. A variant appeared in 1694 and the 2nd edition in 1707. Rare. Brome, Church of England clergyman and travel writer. The Historical Account of Mr R. Rogers's Three Years' Travels over England and Wales (1694) was later admitted to be by Brome; in the preface to his own Travels over England, Scotland and Wales (1700) Brome claimed that it had only recently come to his notice that his own Travels had been brought out in an imperfect form under Rogers's name. (ESTC R19908)

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        Christus Revelatus. Id Est Vetus Testamentum Expositum. Sive Tractatus De Typis Ac Figuris, ceu Umbris Servatoris Nostri Jesu Christi, Quotquot in V. T. codice comparent insigniores, perspicue explicatis, nec non ad usum salutarem applicatis / In publicum ecclesiæ commodum recens Latine transcriptus a S. A. [et] E. L. Editio quinta prioribus longe correctior

      Franeker, Strik 1700.. Mit gest. Frontispiz und gefalt. Tabelle. 5 Bll., 473 S., 1 Bl. Prgt. d. Zt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Operum tomus primus (ad decimum). Post lovaniensium theologorum recensionem castigatus denuo ad manuscriptos codices Gallicanos, Vaticanos, Anglicanos, Belgicos &c. nec non ad editiones antiquiores & castigatiores. Opera et Studio Monachorum Ordinis Sancti Benedicti e Congregatione Sancti Mauri. Editio Nova a multis mendis purgata. 10 in 7 Bänden

      Antwerpen, Sumptibus Societatis, 1700.. Mit 10 (st. 11) gestoch. Kopfvign. sowie zahlr. Initialen in Holz- u. Kupferstich. Lederbände d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung. Folio.

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        Historia Flagellantium De Recto Et Perverso Flagrorum Usu Apud Christianos

      A Paris: Chez jean Anisson, 1700. relié. In 12 (8,5x16,2cm). Edition originale. Pleine Basane d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Un manque en coiffe inférieure. Mors fendu en queue sur 1cm. Coins émoussés. Le premier feuillet est blanc. Collation conforme à l'exemplaire d'Oxford. Les premiers flagellants apparaissent au XIe siècle et le mouvement redoublera de vigueur durant les pestes noires en Europe, il atteignit ainsi son apogée durant le XIVe siècle. Ce mouvement sera rapidement condamné par l'église comme hérétique et millénariste. Le mouvement devient rapidement anarchique et une menace pour l'ordre, tant de l'église que de la société. Le pape les livre à l'inquisition en 1349, et le roi de France Philippe V interdit les flagellants sous peine de mort. - Chez jean Anisson, A Paris _1700, In 12 (8,5x16,2cm), (20) 341pp. (19), relié. - relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Carte del'Egypte de la Nubie de l'Abyssinie

      Paris., c1780. Copper engraving. Original colour. Excellent condition, a little browned at edges Size: 61 x 49 cm. (24 x 19½ inches) An interesting map of north east Africa, with plenty of information, mostly very speculative about the interior of Africa- its people, regions and kingdoms.The plates were originally made by De l'Isle around 1700. Covens and Mortimer reissued them in the Atlas Novissimo (1730-40). Phillipe Buache, de L'Isle's successor, and son in law continued to re-issue de L'Isle's maps in the later eighteenth century

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        Tabula Novissima atque accuratissima Caraibicarum insularum sive Cannibalum. Altkolor. Kupferstichkarte nach de Witt von R. Ottens. Amsterdam, um 1700. 59,5 x 49,5 cm.

      Inselwelt der Karibik mit Barbados, Sta. Lucia und den französischen Antillen. Oben rechts große Insetkarte (ca. 24 x 28 cm) von 'Tabula Insulae Martanico' (Martinique).

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        Paskaart vande West Kust van Jutland... Altkolor. Kupferstich v. Van Keulen, um 1700. 51 x 58,5 cm.

      Die geostete Karte reicht von Büsum bis Holmen (oberhalb des Ringköbing-Fjords).- Mit dekorativer figürlicher Kartusche, Meilenanzeiger, 2 Windrosen und 1 Segelschiff.- 10 cm restaurierter Einriß (Kartuschenrand), Blatt mit Japan hinterlegt.

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        Fables Ancient and Modern; Translated Into Verse from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: With Original Poems

      London: Jacob Tonson, 1700. Full gilt decorated leather with leather rebacked spine and gilt label. 646 pages with a table of contents at rear listing only items to page 564 Chaucer items after that..Lacks the Half Title. Dedication and Preface by Dryden. Book plate on front endpaper and verso of title page (Idiot). Edgewear to leather. Staining to edges of a few pages. Foxing to edges only o/w clean. . 1st Collected Edition. Full Leather. VG/No Jacket. 8 X13.

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        Cette Carte de Californie et du Nouveau Mexique est Tiree de celle qui a ete Envoyee par un Grande d'Espagne pour etre Communiquee a Mrs. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences

      Paris:. 1700.. Early original color large map of California showing it as an island and based on the explorations of missionary Father Kino. From De Fer's Atlas Curieux. In great detail, with 314 locations in New Mexico identified by a numbered key at the upper right portion of the map. Engraved by Charles Inselin. mage size: 13 1/2 x 8 7/8". Paper size: 16 1/2 x 11 1/2". With a small chip at lower edge; very faint damp staining at upper left corner, toning to edges; otherwise, very good. Tooley, R. V. (Amer) P 126-7. I

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        Equitis Aurati

      London - R. E. Robert Elveringham, 1700 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce medical work from the eighteenth century, containing notes and discoveries made by Thedore Turquet de Mayerne. Sir Thodore Turquet de Mayerne (September 28, 1573 March 22, 1654 or 1655) was a Swiss-born physician who treated kings of France and England and was a follower of Paracelsus making considerable headway. Mayerne's estate included copious amount of medical manuscripts, including detailed notes about his patients, most of it in Latin and French; his patients ranged from John Donne to Oliver Cromwell. His papers are kept in the Royal College of Physicians. His influence on the administration of medicine - including the first suggestion of socialized medicine in England, and the standardisation of chemical cures, has been widely recognised. Fonrtispiece is missing as are the first 88 leaves. Very scarce not in the British Library or the Wellcome collection. Only in NLM in the US. In Latin. Condition: Rebacked in calf with original boards. Externally sound, though with some wear to the original leather and some fading. Internally, firmly bound. Pages have institutional ink stamps of the Birmingham Medical Institute throughout. Some ink signatures to title page, and ink annotations on odd pages throughout. Pages are slightly age-toned, with some heavy foxing from time to time throughout. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Manuscript Maps of Majorca, Spain, Circa 1700

      France [France], circa 1700. Two manuscript maps, being French pilotage charts for the ports of Palma and Port de Pollenza, Mallorca, brown ink on paper, measuring approximately 33 x 23cm. Some light staining and creasing to margins, otherwise in very good and original condition. Each pilotage chart is showing a coastal profile of the bay with principal buildings and details indexed alphabetically and described in French below, the bays decorated with a compass rose, several soundings and an anchorage position marked. An interesting pair of pilotage charts for the principal ports of Majorca .

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        Travels Over England, Scotland and Wales

      London: Abel Roper, Rich Basset and Will Turner, 1700 Giving a true and exact description of the Chiefest Cities, Towns, and Corporations; Together With the Antiquities of divers other places, with the most Famous Cathedrals, and other eminent structures; of several remarkable caves and wells; with many other divertive passages never before published. By James Brome, MA Rector of Cheriton in Kent and Chaplain to the Right Honorable the Earl of Romney. (with an old ink note - formerly of Christ College - Cambridge - p62) The design of the said Travels being for the information of the two eldest sons, of that Eminent Merchant Mr Van-Ackar. In full brown contemporary boxed leather covers with blind tooling, a little worn and bumped. Spine has been replaced at some time, has raised bands, blind tooling, title in gilt to red leather label. Internally, grubby endpapers, title page has ink double lined borders, dedication, preface, [12], 287 pp, [9] table, p 53/54 is lacking its lower half. A variant appeared in 1694 and the 2nd edition in 1707. Rare. Brome, Church of England clergyman and travel writer. The Historical Account of Mr R. Rogers's Three Years' Travels over England and Wales (1694) was later admitted to be by Brome; in the preface to his own Travels over England, Scotland and Wales (1700) Brome claimed that it had only recently come to his notice that his own Travels had been brought out in an imperfect form under Rogers's name. (ESTC R19908)

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        Luctus Britannici: Or The Tears Of The British Muses; For The Death Of John Dryden, Esq; Late Poet Laureat to Their Majesties K. Charles and K. James the Second. Written by the most eminent hands in the two famous universities, and by several others

      Printed: 1700. 1675-1731 Folio, 10.75 x 7.5 inches. First edition. 2 l. unsigned, B-P2, Aa-Ff2. This copy is disbound and housed in a custom made blue buckram phase box with 'Drydeniana' tooled in gilt on the spine. This rare poetical miscellany contains more than fifty poems in English, Latin, and Greek, written by scholars of Oxford and of Cambridge, including established poets such as Robert Gould, and perhaps the first appearance in print by Elizabeth Thomas (page 13-15). Elizabeth Thomas was born in London, the only child of Elizabeth Osborne (d. 1719), aged 16, and lawyer Emmanuel Thomas (d. 1677), aged 60. Her father died when she was an infant and she and her mother faced financial hardship. She was educated at home, was well read, and learnt some French and Latin. As an impoverished gentlewoman, she was dependent on others for patronage, and she was fortunate to be part of an illustrious artistic and literary circle which included Lady Mary Chudleigh, Mary Astell, Judith Drake, Elizabeth Elstob, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, John Norris, and painter Sarah Hoadly, wife of Benjamin Hoadly. She sent Dryden two poems not long before his death, and he responded, "your Verses were, I thought, too good to be a Woman's."[1] He went on to compare her to Katherine Philips, and it was he who gave her her nomme de plume, "Corinna." Her first known publication was an elegy, "To the Memory of the Truly Honoured John Dryden, Esq.," published anonymously in the collection Luctus Britannici (1700). She was engaged for sixteen years to Richard Gwinnett (1675-1717), though the couple were not in a financial position to marry until 1716, at which point Thomas postponed the marriage in order to nurse her terminally ill mother. Gwinnett died the next year, and although he left Thomas a bequest, his family suppressed his will and after litigation Thomas could not even cover her legal costs. During their engagement they had maintained an extensive correspondence, much of which was published in Pylades and Corinna (1731-2) and The Honourable Lovers (1732; reprinted in 1736). Thomas was active and had a reputation in London and Bath literary circles. She experimented with a wide range of literary forms including lyrics, panegyrics, pastorals, polemics, religious meditations, and satires. Much of her poetry dealt with women's issues, particularly women's right to education, as women were in her time "still deny'd th'Improvement of our Mind."[2] Her work initially circulated in manuscript, but due to financial necessity she published Miscellany Poems on Several Subjects anonymously in 1722, and thereafter sought publication. Her friend Henry Cromwell some time earlier had given Thomas some letters he had received from Alexander Pope which she, needing money, sold to Edmund Curll in 1726. Curll promptly published them in Miscellanea in Two Volumes (1726), much to the irritation of Pope. For this infraction he lampooned Thomas in The Dunciad as "Curll's Corinna" (II 66). A minor revenge was attributed to her by Pope - the publication of Codrus, or, 'The Dunciad' Dissected (1728) - though she was incarcerated at the time it was published. Her reputation was severely damaged by the notoriety, and she was long believed to have been Cromwell's mistress though there is no reason to believe that she was. She continued to publish with Curll through the 1720s but was unable to meet her debts and was gaoled in the Fleet prison in 1727 for three years. Her health was never strong, and she died within a year of her release, alone and in lodgings, and was buried at Saint Bride's, Fleet Street.

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        Amphion Anglicus. [Subtitle]: A Work of Many Compositions, For One, Two, Three and Four Voices: With several Accompagnements of Instrumental Musick; And A Thorow-Bass to each Song: Figur'd for an Organ, Harpsichord, or Theorboe-Lute... [Score]

      London: William Pearson... and by Henry Playford. 1700. Small folio. Quarter mid-tan leather with marbled boards, spine with raised bands and titling gilt. 1f. (title printed in red and black), 3ff. (dedication), vi (letters of praise to Blow from London musicians, etc.), vii-viii ("A Pindarick Ode, On Dr. Blow's Excellency in the Art of Music. By Mr. Herbert], 1f. (publisher's notice of music books recently printed by Playford, A Table of the Songs), 216 pp. & & With the signature of the English composer, music teacher, and writer John Hullah (1812-1884) to upper portion of title; the handstamp of St. Martin's Hall Library 1850 to upper outer corner; an early signature to upper margin erased. Previous owner's annotations to front free endpaper indicate that this copy once belonged to the English lutenist Robert Spencer (1932-1997). & & Binding slightly worn, rubbed and bumped; free front endpaper frayed with tape repairs to outer and lower margin. Minor spotting and browning; first several leaves slightly frayed and chipped at edges; lacking frontispiece (supplied in copy and laid down to front pastedown endpaper). . First Edition. Day & Murrie 183. BUC p. 114. RISM B2985. & & Inspired by Henry Purcell's Orpheus Britannicus, Blow published this "imposing collection of his songs and vocal chamber music" by subscription. In it he "shows a marked disposition towards ostinato-like basses. But the range of his vocal music -- dull, florid, powerful, suave, lyrical -- is too varied to permit a neat summary." TNG Vol. 2 pp. 806-808.& & Hullah had a notable collection of rare music which was sold at two auctions in the 19th century, the first by Christie's in 1860 and the second by Puttick in 1884.

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        Plan de Bonn et de ses Attaques." Befestigungsgrundriss mit dem Rhein und Darstellung der Belagerung von 1703. Manuskript-Plan

      Aquarellierte Federzeichnung um 1700. 51x67 cm. - Das dekorative Blatt zeigt in Ostorientierung Bonn mit den Befestigungswerken, die nahe Umgebung, den Rhein und am gegenüberliegenden Ufer die Beueler Schanze. Eingezeichnet sind zu beiden Ufern des Flusses die Aufstellungen der Truppen und Kanonen der Belagerung von 1703 durch die verbündete Armee aus Preußen, Engländern, Holländern und Reichstruppen. Das die Stadt umgebende Gelände ist als Waldgebiet und Nutzflächen dargestellt, Schraffuren geben Erhöhungen an. Unten links Legende AAA - HHH zu den beteiligten Truppenverbänden u.a. unter Kommondo des Landgrafen Karl von Hessen-Kassel und des Generallieutnant François Nicolaas Fagel und zum Verlauf der Belagerung. Eingezeichnet sind die durch die Angreifer geschossenen Breschen und der Rückzug der Verteidiger.Bonn, das im Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg auf Seiten Frankreichs stand, wurde vom 3. bis 14. Mai 1703 durch eine Armee unter Führung des Herzogs von Marlborough belagert und erobert. Die Beueler Schanze am gegenüberliegenden Ufer war nach der Eroberung von 1689 als "Fort de Bourgogne" in Form eines Fünfeckes mit Bastionen grundlegend erneuert worden. Während der hier dargestellten Belagerung wurde das Fort am 9. Mai heftig beschossen und erstürmt, in der Folge konnte die Stadt Bonn auch von dieser Festung aus beschossen und erobert werden. Nach Abschluss des Utrechter Friedens 1713, der den Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg beendete, wurde die Festung geschleift.Sorgfältig und sehr fein ausgeführtes Blatt in schönen Farben mit breitem sepiafarbenen Tuschrand auf kräftigem Zeichenpapier. In dem die Darstellung einramenden breiten Tuschrand sind kleine Papierbrüche in der dunkelbraunen Farbe restauriert, kurzer Einriss im Papierrand hinterlegt, kurze Papierquetschfalte oben.

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        HORAE DIURNAE BREVIARII ROMANI, EX DECRETO SACROSANCTI CONCILII TRIDENTINI RESTITUTI, PII V. PONT. MAX. IUSSU EDITI, CLEMENTIS VIII. & URBANI VIII. AUCTORITATE RECOGNITI. (EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED)

      Antverpiae: Ex Typographia Plantiniana, Antverpiae. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1700. Hardcover. Prayer; Breviary; Latin Language; Religion; Extra-illustrated; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Engraved plates; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; pages; HORAE DIURNAE BREVIARII ROMANI, EX DECRETO SACROSANCTI CONCILII TRIDENTINI RESTITUTI, PII V. PONT. MAX. IUSSU EDITI, CLEMENTIS VIII. & URBANI VIII. AUCTORITATE RECOGNITI. (EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED) . Printed in red and black ink. Prefaced with 12 neatly written pages of commentary in French and in Latin languages which have been bound in, additional leaves of commentary have been bound in throughout. In full contemporary leather with fully functioning brass clasps. Marbled end papers. Engraved plates, red and black type as well as head and tail pieces. There are additional bound in pamphlets, a 4 page and a 2 page with printed prayer. Page 352 mispaginated as 252. [22], [plate], [1], [plate], 468, cxl, [5], 75, [3]pp. Some pages have been trimmed slightly up to or somewhat into page numbers. Some pages have been repaired. A very interesting 18th century working copy in good clean condition. Latin language text. Extra-illustrated. .

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        Memoire pour servir à l'histoire naturelle du lion, de la lionne, du caméléon, de l'ours, de la gazelle, du chat-pard, du renard marin, du loup-cervier, de la loutre, de la civette, de l'élan, du veau marin & du chamois; par Charles Perrault, avec douze figures gravées d'après Séb. Leclerc, par de bons artistes

      Paris, l'Imprimerie du Louvre, 1700. Folio (42.2 x 28.0 cm). Half title, title page with engraved vignette, 124 pp., 20 large, finely engraved plates. Contemporary full calf. Spine with six raised bands, compartments with gilt ornaments. Marbled endpapers. Edges speckled red.* A rare and perhaps unique copy of this early and influential work on comparative zoology, morphology and anatomy by the French zoologist, Latinist, architect, and founding member of the Académie de Sciences, Claude Perrault (1613-1688). According to a note written below the advice to the binder, this is the 1688 edition, augmented with eight additional plates. Indeed, apart from the animals mentioned in the title (lion, lioness, chameleon, bear, gazelle, leopard, shark, lynx, otter, civet, eland, sea cow (actually a seal), and chamois) there are images of a pangolin, caracal, hog-like animal, two species of stork, spoonbill, ostrich, gazelle, hedgehog and porcupine, the latter two on one plate. Only the gazelle has an additional description, whereas on pp. 119-123 there is an extensive description of the cormoran (cormorant) and on p. 124 a one page description of the cocq-indien (curassow) which, however, are not figured. There is only one copy mentioned in an antiquarian catalogue during the last 40 years, and one copy in a French library, however, with 12 plates and 118 pages only. Brunet states that the 1688 edition has four, not eight, additional plates and 124 text pages, and the 1700 title edition had only 16 plates and 118 text pages, that is: the same as the one copy on record in a French library. On the title page the author is named Charles Pérault, a double error for Claude Perrault. Perrault had died more than a decade before and apparently nobody cared to check his name. Charles was the name of Claude's younger brother, who best known for creating a new literary genre, the fairy tale. The "Memoire" in the title is a small error for "Mémoires" but apart from these peculiarities this edition is carefully executed. Boards rubbed, spine label absent, small wormhole through several text and plate leaves, inscribed by former owner in the half-title top margin, old annotation in the margin of the front flyleaf verso, some scattered marginal foxing but internally a good clean copy. Very rare. Brunet IV, p. 507; Nissen ZBI, 3122 (for the shorter 1669 edition).

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        [Still-life of flowers in a vase]

      [Paris]: N. De Poilly, [no date but circa 1700?]. Etching and engraving, coloured by hand, by J. Baptiste Monnoyer. Expertly executed repairs to both bottom corners. 18 7/8 x 14 1/2 inches. 20 5/8 x 15 1/2 inches. A delightful composition from one of the great early figures in French botanical art: the strong lines of the vase contrasting with the apparently informal arrangment of the flowers. A beautiful image with the arrangment of flowers including galdioli, tulips, anemones, a poppy, an auricula and a spray of apple blossom, the vase is decorated with a classical baccanalian scene: the dancing satyr and nymph emphasizing the strong sense of movement and life in the composition. Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer set a style of decorative flower painting for the adornment of great French residences including Versailles. Born in Lille in 1636, he began his artistic career in Anvers as a student of Davidsz de Heem. Briefly painting historical scenes, Monnoyer quickly turned to the painting of flowers and fruit for which he is most famous. In 1655 he moved to Paris where he found favor amongst the French aristocracy and was employed to paint murals in many of the Royal chateaux including Vincennes, Saint Cloud, Versailles, le Grand Trianon and Marly. While in France, Monnoyer drew cartoons for tapestries for Gobelins and also engraved several prints of vases of flowers. He became a member of the Academy in 1663. In 1685 Monnoyer accepted an invitation given by the English Ambassador to France, Lord Montague, to decorate Montague House. While in London he also worked for Marie II and Queen Anne at Kensington House. Monnoyer died in London in 1699. Cf. Dunthorne p.224

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        Det med största ofog öfwerrumplade Lijffland eller en wällgrundat föreställning om det chursachsiske krigsfolcketz ganska oförmodeliga och orättwijsa inbrått i Lijfland, framstält till den ährbare opartiske werldens mogna omdöme.

      (Stockholm, Kungl. tryckeriet), 1700. 4:o. 15 s. Lätt lagerfläckig. Tagen ur band. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Klemming, Sveriges förhållanden, s. 282. Warmholtz 5236. Propagandaskrift som fördömer Sachsens invasion av Livland. Utkom även på tyska och latin, samt i en återöversättning till latin från den tyska översättningen

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        The Historical Library of Diodorus the Sicilian. In Fifteen Books ... To Which are Added The Fragments of Diodorus That are Found in Bibliotheca of Photius: Together with Those Publish'd By H. Valesius, L Rhodomannus, and F. Ursinus

      London: Printed by Edw. Jones for Awnsham and John Churchill ... and Edw. Castle ..., 1700 / 1699, 1700. Pp. [28], 356, [2], 357-704, [2], 707-737, [3], 741-778, [2], 783, 779-797, [33 - Indices]. 3 maps, 1 folding (facsimile ?], 1 no longer folding as re-inserted vertically as single page, 4 title-pages (2 dated 1700 and 2 dated 1699). Full dark leather with blind-tooled margins, gilt initials to upper cover with a gilt lion rampant, all edges marbled, 6 raised bands. Expertly rejointed some time ago with original spine laiddown. Previous owner's ink name, address and date of 1821 to verso of front free endpaper, various degrees of foxing or toning throughout. Overall very good.. Full Leather. Very Good. Quarto.

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        "Viaggio settentrionale Fatto, e Descritto Dal Molto Rev.do Sig.r D. Francesco Negri Da Ravenna..."

      Komplett bok, 4to, 21,7x16,2cm Samtidig pergamentbind med håndskrevet tittel på ryggen XXX ss. (de første fire blanke, 1 blad (imprimatur "Noi Refformatori"), 208 ss., 4 blad indeks,1 gravert portrett av forfatteren og 17 graverte plansjer. Padova (Italia) 1700 Den italienske presten Francesco Negri var den første italiener som besøkte Nordkapp under sin reise i Skandinavia årene 1664 - 65. Hans reisebrev ble utgangspunktet for boken som utkom etter Negris død. Boken inneholder viktig historisk materiale om nordområdene, de fastboende og samene både gjennom teksten og de 17 kobberstikkene. På Nordkappsenteret er det laget en permanent utstilling som beskriver Negris besøk her oppe. For full beskrivelse av boken, se vår katalog 25 del II nummer 138.. Proveniens: Ex-libris "Biondella Di Valpantena Verona, 44 eredi Tiepelo della Persia"(Ref: E.H. Schiøtz "Utlendingers reiser i Norge" nr. 723b***, Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum "Voyage pittoresque - Reiseskildringer fra nord" Tromsø 2005, side 12 - 13 illustrert)

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        Novum Testamentum Hebraeo-Teutonicum

      Michaelis Gottschalckii Michael Gottschack Francofurti ad Oderam (Frankfurt an der Oder) Michaelis Gottschalckii (Michael Gottschack) 1700 First edition g Octavo. Original full calf. Title page in Yiddish and Latin. Vignette on title page. Decorative head-, tailpieces, and initials. First complete printing of the New Testament in Yiddish. The first effort at a Yiddish translation of the New Testament seems to be that of Johann Harzuge, a convert. His version (Cracow, 1540), which does not include Revelations, follows Luther's German version and is printed in Rashi script. The next attempt at a Yiddish NT (Strassburg, 1592) was that of Elias Schadeus, who translated only five books, also following Luther. Christian Moeller translated all of the NT into Yiddish (this copy). Binding darkened and rubbed along edges. Moderate abrasion on front cover. Bookplate on inside of front cover (London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst The Jews). Free front endpaper inscribed by previous owner, and dated 1819. Sporadic browning throughout. Fly leaf at rear partly chipped. Text in Yiddish. Binding in overall fair, interior in good to good+ condition.

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        Le platonisme devoil?Ou essai touchant le verbe platonicien. Divis?n deux parties

      Chez Pierre MarteauCologne: Chez Pierre Marteau, 1700 First edition. Contemporary calf, gilt spine. . Twelvemo. Some wear to upper cover, front joint neatly repaired, spine lettering a bit flaked. A very good copy. From the Macclesfield Library, with their bookplate, and the notation that this was a gift from the publisher ("Ex dono Editoris"). Matthieu Souverain (d. ca. 1699) was a Huguenot who settle in England, and a notorious Socinian. Here, he discusses the doctrine of the Logos in St. John's Gospel. This work attracted considerable attention, and was certainly read by Locke. An English translation appeared in 1700, and a German one in 1782. There is also a modern edition, published by Fayard of Paris, in 2004.

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        Scondia illustrata, seu chronologia de rebus Scondiæ, hoc est, Sueciæ, Daniæ, Norvegiæ, atque una Islandiæ, Gronlandiæque, tam ecclesiasticis quam politicis; â mundi cataclysmo, usque annum Christi MDCXII gestis.

      Primum edita, et observationibus aucta â Johanne Peringskiöld. [I-XIII, XV]. Sthlm, O. Enæi, 1700-05. Folio. (6),98 + (4),96 + (4),79 + (4),91,(1) + (4),120 + (4),59 + (4),104 + 116 + (6),82 + (6),44 + (3,1 blank),44 + 260 + (8),87 + (8),156,(112) s. Ngt nött och solkigt samtida pergamentbd. Stänkta snitt. Spricka i främre innerfalsen. En del lager- och småfläckar. Samtida marginalanteckning på s. 12 i andra delen. Lagning på s. 63 i fjärde delen. Småfläckar på s. 81 och 88 i sjunde delen. Bertil Ekbergs namnteckning daterad 1925. Bra ex.. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 2509. Del XIV utkom ej. Porträttet saknas som vanligt

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        Institutiones rei herbariæ. Editio altera, gallica longe auctior [...]. I-II.

      Paris, 1700. Two volumes. Text: (20) + 697 + (7) + 54 + (5) + 1 blank p. Plates: 489 engraved plates (all). Contemporary vellum, spines with gilt titles. 24 X 19 cm. Plates with some spotting, some foxing in text

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        Nova crisis temporum Oder curiöser philosphischer Zeit-Vertrieber

      Worinnen Die merkwürdigste und schweresten Sachen, so in der Weltweissheit zu ergründen stehen, auf eine leichte Art erklärt, zu finden sind. Insonderheit was die Natur und Kunst, und deren gröste Geheimnisse betrifft, sowol in der Physic und natürlichen Magie als denen Mathematis Wissenschaften. Nemblich: Von der Quadratur des Circuls, Duplicatione Cubi, der Oval-Bewegung des Himmels, sc. Der Music, Astrologie, Alchimie, von der Verwandelung der Metallen, dem Lapide Philosophorum, Hermetischen Arcanis & c. Wobey denn verschiedene Anmerckungen über Neue Bücher von dergleichen Materien hinbeygefüget sind, nebenst zugehörigen Registern. (Wochentlicher Curiöser Zeit=Vertrieber. Anno 1700. Num. I bis LVI). Bound with: Nova crisis temporum oder curiöser Philosophischer Welt=Mercurius, So die merckwurdigste und schwereste Sachen der Welt=Weissheit, auf eine leichte und verständliche Art zu erkennen gibt. Insonderheit was die grösten Geheimnisse der Mathematischen und Nat¨rlichen Wissenschaften betrifft: Als Von dem Ursprung der Welt aus dem Käyss der Ründe...Erster Theil, Der 6. Monaten, vomJanuar biss jul. 1701. Mit zugehörigen Registern. Zweyter Theil, Der übrigen 6. Monaten vom Julio biss Decembr. 1701. Mit beygefügten Registern. Bound with: Disquisitiones philosophicae, Oder: Historische Anmerkungen Über die nüsslichen Sachen der Welt, Welche in der Theologie, Physic, Medicin, Chimie, Moral-Philosophie, Matematic und anderen Wissenschafften fürkommen, um viele Irrthümer zu vermieden, gebührend untersuchet wordem. Vom MDCCVI. Jahr. Wobey auch der Inhalt verschiedener neuer Bücher und Schriften, nebst dem Register über diese Anmerkungen hinbeygesüget sind. Bound with: MDCCVII. Historische Anmerkungen Über die nüsslichste Sachen der Welt. Die Neu=eröffnete Eingang zum Himmel, wie aus natürlicher Verbindung der Licht=Strahlen und Einfluss der Sterne, die Zeit und Währung der irzdischer Cörper könne gefunden gefunden werden. First bound one page title to Welt=Mercurius. Hamburg, bey Gottfried Liebernickel, Anno 1703. Zeit=Vertrieber. Hamburg, bey Gottfried Libernickel, 1703. (6),448 pp. Register Hamburg, Friedrich Conrad Greflingern no date. (20) pp. Then for a second time Num.VI. Pages41-48. Philosophischer Welt=Mercurius. Hamburg Friedrich Conrad Greflingern. erster Theil narrowly cut with loss of year. Zweyter Theil 1702. Lower part of title folded upwards which has saved the text. (8),298,(24); (8),212,(24) pp. Disquistiones philosophicae. No printer, place or datwe. (2),416,(18 last blank) pp. Engraved vignette on title, engravings in the text. Historische Anmerkungen. No printer, place or date. 160 pp. 20 engravings in the text. Engravings are on first page of each issue. Contemporary full vellum. Redcoloured edges. Towards the end occasional light foxing. two book-plates Säfstaholms bibliotek and Gustaf Berndtsson. 19 x 16 cm

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        Carte General de la Caroline. Dresse sur les Memoires le plus Nouveaux par le Sieua [sic.] S***

      Amsterdam: P. Mortier, [1700]. Copper-engraved map, with full original colour. 25 x 20 inches. A fine copy of the first map of the Carolinas to be printed outside of England, including an inset of Charleston with the names and positions of early plantations along the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, present here in the first state This is the first map of the Carolinas to be printed outside of England, and was included as part of Pierre Mortier's Suite de Neptune François, published in Amsterdam in 1700, and often incorrectly attributed to Nicolas Sanson. It is directly derived from the extremely rare A New Map of Carolina of 1685 by John Thornton, Robert Morden and Philip Lea. All topographical details are identical to those of its antecedent, however most of the place names have been Gallicized. Also, The table of settlers has been omitted in favour of the title caption. Amusingly a "Charle Ville ou Charles Towne" appears written in large letters near Cape Fear, while the actual Charles Towne is labeled in small letters further down the coast. The present map includes an inset detail of Charleston and the Cooper and Ashley Rivers with the names and positions of various early plantations marked along their banks. "Carolina was established in 1663 when Charles II granted the province to eight favorites, known as the Lord Proprietors, who had helped him regain the throne of England. The original grant included the territory between the 31st degree to 36 1/2 degrees north latitude, from Jekyll Island, Georgia, to Curritiuck Inlet, North Carolina. Two years later, the tract was enlarged to include the land between the 29th and the 31st degrees north latitude, thus adding a large portion of Florida. The grant extended west to the Pacific Ocean" (Degrees of Latitude, p.93). Burden, The Mapping of North America II, 767; Cumming, The Southeast in Early Maps, 120; Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici IV, M.Mor 7-33.

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        Monumenta veteris antii hoc est inscriptio m. aquilii et tabula solis mithrae variis figuris and symbolis exsculpta. quae nuper inibi reperta, nunc prodeunt commentario illustrata and accurate' explicata. accedunt dissertationes de beleno et alii quibusdam aquilejensium diis. et de colonia forojuliensi auctore philippo a' turre ... addita sunt fragmenta inscriptionum fratrum arualium recens in agro romano effossa. roma, zenobii et plachi, 1700.

      Cm. 22, pp. (16) 400 (32). Con una figura nel testo e 4 tavole incise in rame fuori testo. Solida legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Qualche segno d'uso alle cuffie, leggere arrossature, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione originale, cui segui una seconda edizione nel 1724, di questa raccolta ed erudite dissertazioni dell'archeologo friulano Filippo della Torre. Da p. 252, con proprio occhietto, troviamo il testo: Dissertatio de Beleno et aliis quibusdam Diis Aquilejensibus; seguita da. de Colonia Foroluliensi Dissertatio altera. cfr. Piantanida (4464): ""E' questa la più importante tra le ben note opere archeologiche dell'autore...""; Cicognara (2631).

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        Historie des Ouden En Nieuwen Testaments. 2-vols. set (complete)

      Pieter Mortier Amsterdam Pieter Mortier 1700 First edition fair Folio. [12] 282, [8], [24] 163, [11]pp. Original full calf with gold lettering on spines. Gilt borders on each board with large central gold ornament. Raised bands. Engraved frontispiece in each volume. Large engraved allegorical vignette on each title-page. Engraved initials and headpieces. Scarce first edition of this beautiful "large Bible of Mortier", profusely illustrated with numerous full-page engravings and large engraved vignettes, as well as 5 double-page engraved maps. Edge wear on bindings with both spines partly detached, but still holding. Lower part of front joint of first volume cracked over 3 inches. Upper part of back joint of second volume cracked (3"). Lower part of calf on front cover of first volume partly detached but still present. Corners bumped and rubbed. Some staining and chipping on endpapers. Outer margin of paper partly rippled. Sporadic and minor foxing throughout. Text in Dutch. Bindings in overall poor, interior in good+ to very good condition.

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        1. Mémoires sur la vie de mademoiselle de Lenclos, Par M. B****. À Amsterdam. 1751. x, 164 s. 2. Mémoires authentiques de Madame la Comtesse du Barry, maitresse de Louis X, Roi de France. Estraits d'un Manuscrit que pssede Madame la Duchesse de Villeroy. Par le Chevalier Fr. N. Traduit de l'Anglais. Londres. 1775. (4), 188 s. 3. (Charnes, Jean-Antoine de ?). Porte-feuille de Monsieur L. D. F. ****. À Cologne. Chez *****. 1695. Tittelbladet trykt i rødt og svart. (8), 170 s. 4. Le Bramine inspiré, traduit de l'Anglais Par M. l'Escallier. Berlin. 1751. Gravert frontispiece. Gravert tittelblad. (12), 80 s.

      Liten 8vo. 1700-talls skinnryggbind med opphøyde ryggbånd, enkel strekdekor og tittelfelt i lysebrunt skinn.. Meget fint eksemplar

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        Histoire des Juifs, Ècrite par Flavius Joseph, Sous le titre de Antiquitez JudaÔques, traduite sur l'Original Grec reveu sur divers Manuscrits, par Monsieur Arnauld D'Andilly

      Pierre Mortier Amsterdam Pierre Mortier 1700 Later printing vg Folio. [22], 758, [22]pp. Original full calf with gold-tooled decoration on boards, spine and along binding edges. Gold stamped lettering on title-label. Raised bands. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Engraved frontispiece. Title-page with woodcut vignette. The French translation made by M. Arnauld d'Andilly was the first modern version of the works made from the original Greek text. This "Nouvelle Edition" includes a large number of engravings and plates illustrating the "Anciennes cÈrÈmonie des Juifs" (ancient Jewish ceremonies), as well as several large fold-out maps. Some edge wear on binding with front joint cracked, but front board still holding. Upper part of back joint cracked. Some rubbing along edges (some gold decoration partly faded), and on corners and raised bands. Text in French. Binding in overall fair, still having a stunning aspect, and interior in near fine condition.

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        Cette Carte de Californie et du Nouveau Mexique est Tiree de celle qui a ete Envoyee par un Grande d'Espagne pour etre Communiquee a Mrs. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences

      Paris:. 1700.. Early original color large map of California showing it as an island and based on the explorations of missionary Father Kino. From De Fer's Atlas Curieux. In great detail, with 314 locations in New Mexico identified by a numbered key at the upper right portion of the map. Engraved by Charles Inselin. mage size: 13 1/2 x 8 7/8". Paper size: 16 1/2 x 11 1/2". With a small chip at lower edge; very faint damp staining at upper left corner, toning to edges; otherwise, very good. Tooley, R. V. (Amer) P 126-7. I

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        Le Sund ou Detroit du Sond. Passage ordinaire des Vaisseaux qui entrent ou qui sortent de la Mer Baltiq. En y payent un droit si considerable qu'il fait un des meilleurs et des plus gros revenus du Roy de Dannemarc. Par N. de Fer.

      Kobberstik. 33 x 22 cm. Ikke koloreret. Paris, privilegium dateret 1700. Nyere ramme med passepartout. Rammen måler 51 x 36 cm.. Kobberstik fra Nicolas de Fers "Atlas Curieux".Nicolas de Fer (1646-1720) var en fransk kartograf, kobberstikker og forlægger, der blev meget anerkendt af sin samtid, heriblandt det franske kongehus : Han blev i 1711 udnævnt til geograf for Solkongen, Ludvig den Fjortende, efter at han allerede i 1690 var udnævnt til kongelig geograf for tronfølgeren Ludvig og i 1702 tillige var blevet kongelig geograf for tronfølgerens søn, Kong Filip den Femte af Spanien.Nicolas de Fer nød godt af den kongelige protektion - som tak fremhævede han fordelene ved Bourbonernes styre, og hans arbejder afspejler Solkongens ekspansionspolitik.Nicolas de Fer udsendte adskillige værker, heriblandt "Les Côtes de France" 1690, "La France Triomphante Sous le Règne de Louis le Grand" 1693, "Atlas Royal" 1695, "Petit et Nouveau Atlas" 1697 og "Atlas Curieux" 1700-1705."Atlas Curieux" havde oprindelig en mere omfattende titel : "L'Atlas Curieux ou le Monde Représenté dans des Cartes Générales et Particulières du Ciel et de la Terre". Der kom ialt 6 dele, udsendt i årene 1700 til 1705. Værket blev en stor succes, og de enkelte bind blev straks udsendt i forøgede udgaver.Nærværende kobberstik kendes således også i et tryk med privilegium dateret 1705

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        Copenhague. Ville Capitale du Royaume de Dannemarq et Sejour ordinaire du Roy. Située dans l'Isle de Seelande au Detroit du Sond... Par N. de Fer.

      Udgivet år 1700 i Paris af de Fer. Kobberstik af C. Inselin. 22 x 33 cm. Kobberstikket er ikke koloreret. I nyere ramme med passepartout (Brock Rammer). Rammen måler 36 x 47 cm. Fint eksemplar.. Nicolas de Fer (1646-1720). Kartograf, kobberstikker og forlægger

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        Selecta Sacra. Libri Quinque. Cum Indicibus locupletissimis, & Tabulis Aeneis elegantissimis

      Henricum Wetstenium Amsterdam Henricum Wetstenium 1700g Octavo. 53, [11], 805, [111]pp. Original blind stamped vellum with handwritten lettering on spine. Additional engraved title page. Title page in red and black lettering. Printer's device on title page. Remarkable work by Johannes Braun (1628-1708) the renowned professor of theology and Hebrew at the university of Groningen. A disciple of the Dutch Christian Hebraist Johannes Coccejus in theology, Braun adhered to Cartesianism in philosophical matters, publishing several scholarly, didactic and polemic works on the matter. He interacted with Descartes' chief intellectual heirs, Gottfried Leibniz and Benedict Spinoza. Braun corresponded was Leibniz. He knew at least some of Spinoza's works, and rejected the latter's alleged atheism. Braun exemplifies the early Conservative Enlightenment, which strove to integrate the new philosophy into a traditional orthodox theological structure. For him Cartesianism was a tool in a rationalist approach to theology and (particularly) in demarcating theology from philosophy. In this respect, his position is exemplary for the adaptations taking place in institutional philosophy around 1700. This book is profusely illustrated with 13 fine engravings (including 3 folding). Includes one plate showing the Molach. Spine and edges of binding darkened. Head of spine repaired. Front hinge starting. Minor browning and foxing along paper margin. Folding engraving facing page 225 repaired. Text in Latin with some Hebrew throughout. Binding in overall fair, interior in good+ condition.

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        Operum tomus primus (ad decimum). Post lovaniensium theologorum recensionem castigatus denuo ad manuscriptos codices Gallicanos, Vaticanos, Anglicanos, Belgicos &c. nec non ad editiones antiquiores & castigatiores. Opera et Studio Monachorum Ordinis Sancti Benedicti e Congregatione Sancti Mauri. Editio Nova a multis mendis purgata. 10 in 7 Bänden.

      Mit 10 (st. 11) gestoch. Kopfvign. sowie zahlr. Initialen in Holz- u. Kupferstich. Lederbände d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung. Folio. Graesse I, 253; Thesaurus Librorum rei Catholicae S. 34 - Zweiter Druck der monumentalen Mauriner Ausgabe. - Zweispaltiger Druck, alle Teile mit Zwischentitel u. Appendix bzw. Index. - Ohne die beiden 1703 erschienenen Kommentarbände. - Gelenke angeplatzt bzw. geplatzt, Ecken und Kapitale bestoßen, fleckig und etw. berieben bzw. kratzspurig. In Band 6 fehlen 11 Bll. (Teil des Elenchus u. Spalten 1-20), diese handschriftl. ergänzt und mit eingebunden. - Band 1 ohne die flieg. Vorsätze, Stempel auf Titel, stellenweise etwas wasserrandig, meist nur leicht, tls. etw. stärker gebräunt und stockfleckig.

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        "Viaggio settentrionale Fatto, e Descritto Dal Molto Rev.do Sig.r D. Francesco Negri Da Ravenna..."

      The complete book, 4to, 21,7x16,2cm Contemporary full vellum with handwritten title on spine XXX pp. (first four blank, 1 leaf (imprimatur "Noi Refformatori"), 208 pp., 4 leaves index, 1 engraved portrait of the author and 17 engraved folding plates. Padova 1700 Francesco Negri was an Italian clergyman who travelled in Scandinavia in 1664 - 65 and wrote many letters describing the native people of the North. He was also the first after Olaus Magnus to mention skiing. He first travelled through Sweden to Denmark where he met King Fredrik III, and then along the Norwegian coast from Bergen - Trondheim (including a visit to Østraat and Ove Bjelke) - Bjørnør - Næø - Torghatten - Rødø - Malstrømmen. As the first Italian he reached the North Cape, and in the North Cape Centre there is an exhibition vitrine displaying different scenes from F. Negri's visit. This book and travel account was based on his letters, and published by his heirs after his death. The content can be considered as a "scientific" document because it is intended to confute some legendary and fabulous statements by Olaus Magnus and give the reader a thorough and detailed description of places, people, human types, customs and habits. To accompany the text the book was illustrated with 17 folded plates (a small tear connected to a fold on two plates) from Lapland. The book stands as an important reference work of the North from the 17th/18th century. The book is divided in eight letters but useful information was added to the letters after Negri's return to Italy in 1666. Part one covers Lapland, part five, six and seven are describing his travel in Norway and the last is devoted to Finnmark and the North Cape. Francesco Negri's work has always been regarded as a rare book. Excellent, complete copies including the blank leaves and in contemporary vellum are a great rarity. A second edition, also very rare, was published in 1701. Provenance: Bookplate "Biondella Di Valpantena Verona, 44 eredi Tiepelo della Persia". E.H. Schiøtz "Utlendingers reiser I Norge" nr. 723b***, Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum "Voyage pittoresque - Reiseskildringer fra nord" Tromsø 2005, page 12 - 13 illustrated

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