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        The doctrine of the law & grace unfolded: or, a discourse touching the law and grace . . . The second edition, corrected and amended.

      Printed for Will. Marshall, 1701 - 12mo. [12], 204, 203 - 270, [4] p. Portrait frontispiece. Collates A - Z6, Aa6. In this copy as some others noted by ESTC, the Contents and Advertisement leaves are misbound at the end so that the final leaf has a catchword. Contemporary sheepskin, expertly rebacked in morocco, preserving the old endpapers. Corners worn. Slight chipping of the blank margins of first and final leaves, not affecting the text. Eighteenth and nineteenth century ownership inscriptions on front pastedown and the blank verso of the portrait. Some leaves show old water stains at the foot, but a clean, sound copy of a rare title. Two variants of the first edition were published in 1659. They survive in one and two copies repectively. This second edition is ESTC 58494, with only five locations in the UK and four locations in USA. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Cobnar Books]
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        Histoire abrégée des Provinces-Unies des Païs-Bas, Où l'on voit leurs progrés, leurs conquêtes, leur Gouvernement et celui de leurs Compagnies en Orient et en Occident.

      Daniel Boulesteys, Amstedam 1701 - Jean Malherbe, 1701. Small folio. (VIII)+109+(3) pp.fold. worldmap (showing the factories of the East & West India Companies), 4 fold. plates depicting a large number of small circular portraits and ills. of interiors of chambers of the various provinces and trading companies, missing the fold. engr. map of the Netherlands, and 37 full-page plates with 167 portraits, plans and views. Hardcover. Contemp. full calf , spine gilt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Tanchelmus]
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        Memoires of the Reign of King Charles I : Containing the Most Remarkable Occurrences of That Reign, and Setting Many Secret Passages Thereof in a Clear Light

      London : Printed for Ri. Chiswell, At the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard 1701 - Physical desc. : [16],437, [3]p. : ill. , port. A slip bearing the word "by" has been pasted over the word "from" in the penultimate line of the preface. Subject: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649 Very good copy in the original full aniline calf. Professionally and period-sympathetically re-cased with a contrasting, gilt-blocked Morocco label. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong 1 Kg. 437 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        MEMOIRES OF THE REIGNE OF KING CHARLES I, WITH A CONTINUATION TO THE

      1701 - WARWICK, Sir Philip. MEMOIRES OF THE REIGNE OF KING CHARLES I, WITH A CONTINUATION TO THE HAPPY RESTAURATION OF KING CHARLES II. London: Ri. Chiswell, 1701. [12] pp. + 437 pp. + 3 pp. publisher's advertisements. 8vo., paneled/speckled calf, raised bands, gilt leather spine label (missing second label). Joints cracked, boards quite worn at corners, 2 inch calf piece missing from top of rear board. Three engravings, of the author, Charles I and Charles II, all with minimal foxing to margins. Laid in is an engraving of Oliver Cromwell by Vertue after Cooper, trimmed in the margin and tipped in on another sheet of paper (probably from another book). Former owner's gift inscription on front flyleaf, dated 1917. Text clean, complete.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        De Numeris Figuratis.Trigonometria Planorum Triangulorum. Liber 1 Continens, Ductionem sect: 1. Linearum, sect: 2. Superficicrum, sect: 3. Corporum. Liber 2 Continens, Dimensionem sect: 1. Linearum, sect: 2. Superficicrum, sect: 3. Corporum. Liber III Continens, Mutationem sect. I: Superficicrum, sect II: Corporum. Liber IV Continens, Additionem Substractionem Multiplicatione et Divisionem sect: I: Superficicrum, sect. II: Corporum.

      Maestright 1701. 205 p. Contemporary folding Vellum, large 4° (Calligraphed MANUSCRIPT about mathematics, mainly written in Latin but also some annotations and pages written in French and Dutch. With many mathemathical drawings of which some are contemporary HANDCOLOURED).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        Histoire des flagellans, ou l'on fait voir le bon & le mauvais usage des Flagellations parmi les Chrétiens, par des Preuves tirées de l'Ecriture Sainte, des Pères de l'Eglise, des Papes, des Conciles, des Auteurs profanes. Traduite du Latin de Mr. l'Abbé Boileau, docteur de Sorbonne

      Amsterdam: Chez François vander Plaats, 1701 - A historical resumé of and an attack on the practice of self-flagellation, written by Abbé Jacques Boileau (1635-1716), translated from his own Historia Flagellantium which appeared in the preceding year. An abridged version appeared in Cologne the same year as this Amsterdam (possibly fictitious imprint). Boileau was the brother of the poet, Nicolas Boileau (FLAGELLATION) First edition in French. 12mo. . Contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt spine. Joints starting but sound, otherwise very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        A BRIEF DISQUISITION OF THE LAW OF NATURE, According to the Principles and Method laid down in the Reverend Dr. Cumberland's . Latin Treatise on that Subject. As also his Confutations of Mr. Hobbs's Principles, put into another Method.

      W. Rogers, R. Knaplock, A. Bell & T. Cockeril 2nd edition corrected and somewhat enlarged., London 1701 - Octavo original panelled leather with blind tooled darker and lighter panels, floral corner ornaments & swags, rebacked on 5 raised bands with gilt red spine label (tips worn) lxxii +380pp +[2]pp booklist. A crisp clean copy includes the final blank. *Tyrrell was a Whig theorist, friend and colleague of John Locke, whose writings were important for the history of liberalism. In this study of Moral Philosophy he concludes that the notion of "the Common Good" is not only the whole law of Nature but the revealed Law of Moses and the great design of Christ's coming into the World. The second part of the work is an interesting point by point comparison of Hobbes' Principles with the law of nature as he sketched it in the first part. Tyrrell was a popularizer who made the political theories accessible to the general public (see Julia Rudolph "Revolution By Degrees: James Tyrrell and Whig Political Thought in the Late 17th Century"). 1 volume.

      [Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books]
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        Opera Medica, Theoretica, Practica et Chirurgica, Quae Omnia Variis Observationibus, Experimentis, Tam Ex Corporibus Valetudinariis, Cadaveribus, Quam Ex Mechancis. Vol. II

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Jordanum Lugtmans & Cornelium Boutestein. G : in Good condition. Cover soiled. Browning to prelims. Age darkening to page ends. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons with minimal marking. 1701. [First Edition]. Vellum cover. 210mm x 160mm (8" x 6"). 616pp, + index. .

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        L'Espagne Dressée sur la Description qui en a eté faite par Rodrigo Mendez Sylva et sur plusiers Relations et Cartes Manuscites ou imprimées de ce Royaume Rectifiées par les Observations de M[onsieu]rs de l'Academie des Sciences & autres Astronomes

      Chez l'Auteur Sur le Quai de l'Horloge, Paris 1701 - Engraved Simmoneau with period outline colour. Minor soiling and discolouration in top margin and top of centerfold of the map. Skilfully repaired tears at the top of the centerfold, otherwise good condition. This handsome, topographical map of Spain and Portugal is from Atlas de Géographie, De l'Isle's great atlas. Guillaume de l'Isle (1675-1726) was son of a cartographer and a pupil of Jean Dominique Cassini, who among other important contributions, aligned the study of astronomy to the study of geography. Under Cassini's direction, observations were made from locations all over the world that enabled longitudinal calculations to be made with much greater accuracy. De l'Isle carried on this exacting work with remarkable dedication and integrity, constantly revising and improving his maps. While precision was his primary goal, his maps are invariably elegant and attractive. He was probably the most influential mapmaker of the 18th century. Koeman, C & M 7, #66.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        L'ESPAGNE DREBÉE SUR LA DESCRIPTION QUI EN A ÉTÉ FAITE PAR RODRIGO MENDEZ SYLVA ET SUR PLUSIEURS RELATIONS ET CARTES MANUSCRITES OU IMPRIMÉES DE CE ROYAUME RECTIFIÉES PAR LES OBDERVATIONS DE Mrs. DE L'ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES & AUTRES ASTRONOMES PAR G. DE

      - PREMIER GÉOGRAPHE DU ROY. Paris. Avec Privilege du Roy. 1701. 54x74 cm. Huella, 46x64 cm. Cartela y límites iluminados. Plegado al medio, mapa muy limpio. # cartografía [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda]
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        Histoire abregée des Provinces-Unies des Pais-Bas, où l'on voit leurs progrés, leurs conquêtes, leur gouvernement, et celui de leurs compagnies en Orient & en Occident. Comme aussi les hommes illustres dans les armes & les savans dans les lettres.

      Asd., Jean Malherbe, 1701. - Small folio. (VIII)+109+(3) pp. With fold. engr. map of the Netherlands, fold. worldmap (showing the factories of the East & West India Companies), 4 fold. plates depicting a large number of small circular portraits and ills. of interiors of chambers of the various provinces and trading companies, and 37 full-page plates with 167 portraits, plans and views. Hardcover. Contemp. full calf with gilt coat of arms on covers, spine gilt. Good. (Spine a bit dam., joints split but holding, corners showing boards; occas. sl. waterst. in lower inner corners, not affecting plates). * Landwehr VOC, 1486. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat]
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        De Werken van T. Lucretius Carus van het Heelal. Uit het Latyn in het Nederduitsch vertaald.

      Amsterdam, Sebastiaan Petzold 1701. (2, titelprent met verklaaring, 60) 723 (29) p. Origineel Perkament, 8°.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        Beknoopte Uitlegginge van de Prophetie Jeremie, Waar in de Prophetien in hare ordre ontleedet, en de spreekwijsen kortelijk geoopent worden.

      Franeker, Leonard Strik 1701. 2 delen in 1 band, (titelprent, 22) 570, (titelprent, 4) 528 (63) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben en stempels, 4° (pagina 569/570 in kopie).

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        A Companion to the Temple: Or, A Help to Devotion in the Use of the Common Prayer (Two Volumes)

      London: Printed for Robert Clavell, Samuel Roycroft, [et al.]. (1701-1702). Fourth edition. Two volume set. Folios. A corrected and enlarged edition of Dean Comber's great work, intended to reconcile Protestant dissenters to the church of England. Contemporary full calf. Ex-library with spine letters, bookplates, paper labels on the rear free endpapers, and small number stamp at the bottom of the first text page of each volume, else no other markings. Early owner's small embossed heraldic stamp on the title page of volume 1 and signature on volume two. The binding is worn, both front boards are detached, a fair only sound set. ESTC N27312. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        AN ESSAY UPON MIRACLES. IN TWO DISOURSES

      London: Printed for Charles Harper, 1701. FIRST EDITION n. Hardcover. 203 x 146 mm (8 x 5 3/4"). 8 p.l., 277, [3] pp. FIRST EDITION. FINE CONTEMPORARY CRIMSON MOROCCO, GILT, BY ROBERT STEEL, covers with French fillet border, central floral frame with triangular filigree sidepieces and oblique fleuron cornerpieces, raised bands, spine heavily gilt in compartments adorned with curls and small tools, black morocco label, gilt-rolled turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A Large Paper Copy. ESTC T83611. Front joint a bit rubbed and with three very short cracks (spine ends and rear joint minimally worn), darkened areas on front board, but the binding entirely solid, with shining gilt, and AN EXTRAORDINARILY FINE COPY INTERNALLY, almost preternaturally clean, fresh, and bright. From the beginning of the 18th century, but typical of earlier examples from the Restoration period, this pleasing binding is characteristic of the work of Robert Steel (sometimes spelled "Steele"), regarded as one of the best binders of his day. The floral roll employed in the cover frame here is the same as that which is used on the Steel bindings appearing as item #70 in Maggs Catalogue 1212, item #25 in Maggs Catalogue 861, item #118 in Maggs Catalogue 1075, and item #98 in Breslauer Catalogue 106. From 1668-75 Steel was an apprentice to Samuel Mearne (1624-83), described by Davenport as simply "one of the greatest bookbinders of any time," and, in any case, one of the most important persons in the bookselling community of the period, having been granted (with his son Charles) the life-long offices of Bookbinder, Bookseller, and Stationer to the King in 1675. Steel is thought to have taken over the tools of the Mearne bindery shortly after the death of Charles Mearne in 1686, and he may even have taken over the Mearne premises in London's Little Britain. In 1705, English bookseller and author John Dunton (1659-1733) said that when he "met with a Nice [i.e., discerning] Customer, no binding wou'd serve him but Mr. Steele's," celebrated as they were for their "Fineness and Goodness." Steel died ca. 1710, and the business was continued by his widow (or, as Nixon argues, his daughter) Jane, until 1718. Ranked among the most eloquent preachers of his time, William Fleetwood (1656-1723) regularly addressed audiences including the mayor and corporation of London, the king, both houses of Parliament, and other august public organizations. He was later named chaplain to William III and Mary II. Fleetwood defines a miracle to be "an extraordinary operation of God, against the known course and settled laws of nature, appealing to the senses." Although our binding is historically significant and well preserved, it is the amazing condition of the text here that is especially memorable.

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        Masehafa mazemurate zaDawite, hoc est psalterium Davidis Aethiopice et Latine, cum duobus impressis & tribus MSStis codicibus diligenter collatum & emendatum [ ]

      Johannem David. Zunner, Francurti ad Moenum 1701 - 4t0. pp. [8], 427, [1]. Ethiopic text and Latin translation on opposite pages. Title page is printed in red and black with the first three lines in Ethiopic. Bound in full period calf with spine gilt in six compartments – rubbed; a small spot on the front hinge is professionally strengthened. The title page contains scattered foxing and is age-toned / tanned around the edges. The interior pages are generally clean and crisp with only minor age toning and spots of foxing. The bottom corner tip of the margin on p. 273-74 is clipped / torn. Some discoloration is present on pp. 228-229 where a small slip of early decorative paper was used as a book mark. The inside front and rear covers contain an institutional stamp; a "released" stamp and an early institutional book plate are also located on the inside front cover. No other library or institutional stamps are present. The front free fly leaf displays a couple of inscriptions in early hands (one with date 1828). Hiob Ludolf (1624-1704) was an important German orientalist who is considered the founder of modern western Ethiopian studies. This is the first complete edition of Ludolf’s Ethiopic Psalter with Latin translation. (An earlier edition of Psalms I-V was published in Frankfurt (1699) as a specimen). Ludolf, with the assistance of Johann Heinrich Michaels, used the 1513 and 1518 editions of the Ethiopic Psalter as well as three manuscripts in preparing his new edition (See Darlow). Other Biblical hymns and prayers including the Song of Solomon (in Ethiopic only) are also included. The last section of the book (pp.345-427) is devoted to extensive scholarly notes – variae lectiones et notae – on the individual Psalms. [Darlow & Moule 3572; Brunet IV, 921; Graesse V, p. 469]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books]
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        ANCIENS ET NOUVEAUX STATUTS DE LA VILLE ET CITE DE BORDEAUX

      Editeur - BORDEAUX, SIMON BOE - 1701Reveus, corrigez et augmentez de tous les arrêts du Conseil et du Parelement, des Ordonnances & Reglemens qui ont été rendus sur iceux depuis l'édition de 1612 de Simon MILLANGES jusques à présent - Le tout imprimé par ordre de Messieurs les Jurats, avec une Table des principales matières - Règlements de police et réglementations des ventes de marchandises, du commerce des vins, et de nombreuses professions et corporations - Blason en page de titre, lettrines et culs de lampe - Trace de mouillure sur quasiment la hauteur de la page, courant sur la totalité de l'ouvrage, mais ne gênant pas la lecture - Reliure plein cuir d'époque, dos absent, premier plat partiellement détaché et cassé en coin, coins émoussés - Reliure toujours solide, ouvrage complet (4), 660 pages, remié, in - 4, 24 cm

      [Bookseller: Librairie Livres 113]
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        Histoire des flagellans, ou l'on fait voir le bon & le mauvais usage des Flagellations parmi les Chrétiens, par des Preuves tirées de l'Ecriture Sainte, des Pères de l'Eglise, des Papes, des Conciles, des Auteurs profanes. Traduite du Latin de Mr. l'Abbé Boileau, docteur de Sorbonne

      Amsterdam: Chez François vander Plaats, 1701. (FLAGELLATION) First edition in French. 12mo. . Contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt spine. Joints starting but sound, otherwise very good . A historical resumé of and an attack on the practice of self-flagellation, written by Abbé Jacques Boileau (1635-1716), translated from his own Historia Flagellantium which appeared in the preceding year. An abridged version appeared in Cologne the same year as this Amsterdam (possibly fictitious imprint). Boileau was the brother of the poet, Nicolas Boileau

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        Traité de Perspective, où sont les fondemens de la Peinture.

      Paris Anisson 1701. - First edition of this handsomely illustrated perspective textbook. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité de perspective où sont contenus les fondemens de la Peinture par le R. P. Bernard Lamy, prestre de l'oratoire.

      Chez Anisson 1701 - Voir nos visuels, Edition originale, Chez Anisson, Paris, XXI+(3)+227+(7)pp, 1701. 8 planches et nombreuses ill in texte et en pleine page. Bel ex-libris. In-8, reliure plein veau, dos à 5 nerfs et caissons ornés, épidermures et 1 trou de vers aux mors, coins émoussés, gardes marbrées, intérieur propre. Bel ex. bien complet. Envoi soigné (E30). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Essays upon I. The Ballance [sic] of Power. II. The Right of Making War, Peace & Alliances. III. Universal Monarchy. To which is added, An Appendix Containing the Records Referr'd to in the Second Essay

      London: Printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1701. First edition. [iv], 101, [1] blank; 127-237, [3], 233-288 [=300, pp. 295- 300 misnumbered 281-288], [4], 125 pp. Contemporary panelled calf, old rebacking, front joint cracked but cords barely holding, spine dry and worn, as are covers which are generally scuffed. Bookplate of "Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton ... Her Majesty's Solicitor General 1702," pasted to the verso of title leaf. Text clean and margins generous. Kress 2285 . Charles Davenant (1656-1714), government oficial, Parliamentarian, and political economist, was the son of the poet William Davenant, and the author of nume3rous owrks on economic theory, as well as this foray into international Relations. "The clarity of Davenant's thinking, the powerful organization of his writing, the ability to assimilate the best of the ideas of others, and his (rather rarely exercised) capacity to judge from beyond the fray gave his voice and his writing some authority. But he was no original thinker and his natural capacities were those of the able administrator -" With a superb profenance: Simon Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, PC (c. 1661 - July 23, 1727), was Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. He became Solicitor-General in 1702, and was knighted in the same year. He was a friend of Swift, Pope and Prior

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        Jura Populi Anglicani: Or, the Subject's Right of Petitioning Set Forth . . . Answered, Paragraph by Paragraph . . . to undeceive the Minds of those that are prejudic'd by . . . the said Scandalous Libel [etc.]

      London: N.p., 1701. Later boards, title dusty, else a wide-margined, untrimmed copy Only edition of the detailed response to Lord Somers' classic argument in support of the fundamental right of the people to petition the King and Parliament, premised on natural law and Magna Carta; uncommon, four copies in this country in RLIN

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        Les Costes aux Environs de la Riviere de Misisipi

      Paris 1701 - This map focuses on the French explorations and discoveries in the Mississippi Valley and the Gulf Coast. Here, de Fer highlights information gleaned from the expeditions of La Salle and Iberville and its primary purpose was to show the progress of French exploration in the region. The map shows the basically correct relationship of the Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain and the Gulf of Mexico. La Salle had explored the Mississippi from the north in 1682-83 and returned by sea to establish a French colony in 1685. He missed the Mississippi delta and landed on the Texas coast, an error probably due to his inability to calculate longitude and because prominent maps of the period placed the mouth of the river far to the west of its true location. The site of La Salle's ill-fated colony near Matagorda Bay in modern Texas is shown and the title cartouche also dramatizes the explorer's tragic death at the hands of his own men., Size : 225x340 (mm), 8.875x13.375 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        El Nuevo Mundo. Poemma Heroyco de D. Francisco Botello de Moraes y Vasconcelos; con las Alegorias de Don Pedro de Castro, Cavallero Andaluz. Dedicalo su autor a la Catholica Magestad de Philippo Quinto, Augusto, Piadoso,Feliz Rey de las Españas, y Indias. Por mano del ilustrissimo señor D. Manuel de Toledo General de Batalla en los Exercitos de su Magestad, &c.

      Imprenta de Ivan Pablo Marti, por Francisco Barnola Impressor, Barcelona 1701 - 14 lvs, [1]-10, 9-38, 1 lv., [2] pp., 39-268, 257-476 pp. Sm. 8vo. Contemporary vellum, title lettered in manuscript. Hardback. Numerous errors in pagination. A heroic poem on the discovery of America by Columbus and the Spanish conquests -influenced mostly likely by Bacon's view of conquest as philosophical, rather than just military- written in Spanish by the Portuguese born writer Francisco Botello de Moraes (1670-1747) who lived most of his life in Spain and Italy. Composed in his youth and never completed, with gaps left blank at a number of stanzas (libro i, stanza 78-107; ii. 60-80 ; iii. 103-143; vi. 88-228; vii. 54-73, 87-128, 157-176; viii. 17-77, 102-301, 311-363; ix, 1-200, 222-262, 281-381, 383-449, 502-522; x. 134-162, 198-298). For an excellent discussion of Botello de Moraes see See Ruth Hill: Sceptres and Sciences in the Spains: four humanists and the new philosophy, pp. 191-244. Provenance: Ex Libris José M. Rodriguez MCMXXXVIII/ Bibliotheca Chizigonana on front pastedown. Palau 33684. Sabin 6797. Medina, BHA 2027. Leclerc 75. Ticknor p.42. Inncencio II: 642. Boards soiled, hinges and small tears neatly repaired, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, corner chip to front endpaper, later inscription on verso of half-title, occassional browning, overall a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        EL ENTRETENIDO REPARTIDO EN CATORZE NOCHES

      - El entretenido repartido en catorze noches, desde la de la víspera de Navidad hasta la del día de los Reyes, celebradas en metáfora de academias, de verso, y prosa, en que se obstentan varios assumptos, muy provechosos y entretenidos.- Zaragoza, Pascual Bueno, 1701; en 4º pasta de época con lomo cuajado rozada en planos, 4 h. - 404 pp. Impresión a 2 columnas. Portada con pérdidas de papel y reforzada. Algunos defectos y manchas en el papel. Se trata de una muy heterogénea mezcla de prosa, verso y diálogo dividida en catorce noches que combina erudición divulgativa con poemas curiosos, como el dedicado al reino de Jauja, y todo tipo de curiosidades de interés para la época con el pretexto de ser una academia. Palau nº 296393. " Contiene la comedia: El nacimiento de Nuestro Señor Jesu-Christo, con loa, páginas 3 a 40 y el entremés El valiente, páginas 40 a 45. Raro en comercio.

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ]
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        Traité de perspective où sont contenus les fondemens de la Peinture par le R. P. Bernard Lamy, prestre de l'oratoire.

      Voir nos visuels, Edition originale, Chez Anisson, Paris, XXI+(3)+227+(7)pp, 1701. 8 planches et nombreuses ill in texte et en pleine page. Bel ex-libris. In-8, reliure plein veau, dos à 5 nerfs et caissons ornés, épidermures et 1 trou de vers aux mors, coins émoussés, gardes marbrées, intérieur propre. Bel ex. bien complet. Envoi soigné (E30).

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        FABULARUM AESOPIARUM, LIBRI V. Notis Illustravit in Usum Serenissimi Principis Nasauii David Hoogstratanus. Accedunt Ejusdem Opera Duo Indices.

      Ex Typographia Francisci Halmae., Amsterdam 1701 - This copy lacks the folding portrait of the Prince of Nassau. Cohen/de Ricci 797f ("tres belle edition, bien illustree"). Dibdin II, 280. Lg. 4to. (30),160,(84)pp. Indices. Title printed in red & black with an allegorical copper engraved vignette. Added copper engraved title. Illustrated with 18 copper engraved plates, each with six large emblematic fable medallions. Plus numerous copper engraved head and tail pieces and large pictorial initials. Early 20th c. full brown morocco, hinges & tips rubbed. A.e.g.

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        PHAEDRI AUG. LIBERTI FABULARUM AESOPIARUM LIBRI V. Notis illustravit in usum Serenissimi Principis Nassavii David Hoogstratanus. Accedunt ejusdem opera duo Indices, quorum prior est omnium verborum, multo quam antehac locupletior, posterior eorum, quae observatu digna in notis occurrunt.

      Franciscus Halma, Amsterdam 1701 - Engraved title page by Goerel/Boutats + 18 full-page copperplates each with 6 roundelles, signed I.V. Vianen (Jan van Vianen) dated 1701 + 49 woodcut initials & ornate figurative metal-cut head- & tail-pieces (some repeats but large & finely detailed). Quarto gilt-ruled calf (rebacked in leather with original red gilt title label laid on, tips worn) All edges marbled. Engraved Title + Titlepage in red & black with metal cut vignette "In hoc signo" + [28]pp prelims +160pp (inc. at end "Appendix Fabularum a Marquardo Gudio) +[82]pp indices, 99 Fables with 9 extra scenes illustrated in great detail in 108 roundelles. Lacks folding portrait of Prince of Nassau (often omitted), Plate 18 misbound at page 50. Some staining from former damp most evident to early leaves & at end of book but hardly affecting the plates. *Most luxurious of the Dutch Phaedrus editions specially made for the Prince of Nassau (Lamb Annales Phaedriani 96, Cohen-deRicci 797-9, Landwehr 247). 1 volume.

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        A Brief Description of Orkney, Zetland, Pightland-Firth and Caithness, wherein after a Short Journal of the Author's Voyage thither, these Northern Places are first more generally more described. FIRST DEDICATED PUBLISHED ACCOUNT

      George Mosman, Edinburgh, 1701. Sm. 8vo., First Edition, eighteenth century inscription on title, title and several following leaves age-stained, title neatly mounted without loss of text, final leaf of Appendix mounted with loss of half text; strongly and attractively bound in half calf, marbled boards, back with five flat gilt bands, second compartment with red leather label lettered and ruled in gilt, a most attractive copy. This copy was formerly in the McIntosh Library, Dunkeld, and carries the MS press-mark A8.51 and bookplate (numbered 493) on front paste-down. A sound and complete (save last leaf) copy of the first dedicated published account of Orkney and Zetland. RARE. Anderson, p.402. . Catalogs: topography: scotland.

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        Histoire de l"Isle de Ceylan. Ecrite par le Capitaine Jean Ribeyro, & présentée au Roy de Portugal en 1685. Traduite du Portugais en François [par l"abbé Joachim Legrand].

      A Trevoux, et se vend à Paris: Jean Boudot, 1701 - Première édition française, in-12; 352p., [6p. Approbation, Privilège, Permission, Fautes]; 1 grande carte dépliante dressée par le Sr. de L"Isle [Guillaume de Lisle], 7 planches dépliantes. Reliure d"époque en veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches rouges; avec le tampon de Jean-Baptiste P.H. Caqué [chirurgien en chef de l"Hôtel-Dieu de Reims], daté 1775. Coiffe inférieure arasée, coins légèrement écrasés, autrement en très bon état. L"abbé Joachim Le Grand, traducteur de cet ouvrage, séjourna au Portugal de 1692 à 1697 en tant que secrétaire d"ambassade. Chapitres sur les Portugais, les Hollandais et leurs conquêtes, les us et coutumes indigènes, l"histoire naturelle: botanique, zoologie, pierres précieuses, pêche des perles etc. Bien complet de la très grande carte dépliante de Guillaume de Lisle et des sept gravures dépliantes, figurant des sujets d"histoire naturelle et divers plans et cartes(Colombo, Ponta de Gale, Isle de Manar, Kandi, Triguinimale?).

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        Histoire de l'isle de Ceylan écrite par le capitaine J. Ribeyro et présentée au roi de Portugal en 1685

      Delorme Amsterdam 12mo 1701 - First edition in French 1701. Complete with all 7 folding plates (including the large sized map of Ceylan often missing - photo). Full contemporary speckled calf, raised bands, spine worn with most of label missing. Private Library blind stamp to rear blank (Netham Mill), shelf ref on front pastedown. Contents excellent, very clean and bright. blank, Title, map, [22], pp352, 3 blanks. Première édition en français 1701 complet avec tous les 7 planches depliantes hors-texte (y compris la grande carte de Ceylan souvent absent - photo). Plein veau d'époque, dos a nerfs, piece de titre la pulupart manquante. Ex Libris Netham Mill , reference sur garde. Contenu excellent, très propre et lumineux. Titre, carte, [22], pp352. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kluger Forst- und Jagdbeamte oder juristische und practische Anleitung wie die Forst- Jagd- und Wildbahnsgerechtsame aufs beste zu beobachten,. und das Jagd- und Forstwesen überhaupt. aufrecht erhalten werden soll. Wobey zu Verbesserung und nöthigen Anbau der Wälder zur Kenntniß des Wildes der Vogelweide, der Fischerey. Anweisung gegeben wird. Nürnberg, G. N. Raspe 1774. 4º. 19 Bll., 716 S., 16 Bll., mit gestoch. Frontisp. und 4 (3 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln, Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. und Rvg.

      - Mantel I, 12 - Knorring 431 - Souhart 432 - Schwerdt II, 154 (beide unter Schweser) - Lindner 703.01 (nennt nur eine Tafel).- Erste Ausgabe.- "Hinter dem Pseudonym verbarg sich anfänglich der Markgräflich Brandenburg-Ansbachische Geheime Regierungs-, Hof- und Justizrat Christoph Heinrich Schweser, der unter dem Titel 'Der Kluge Beamte oder Informatorium juridicum officiale' eine seit 1701 häufig aufgelegte und mehrfach ergänzte mehrbändige Abhandlung erscheinen ließ. Der 'Kluge Forst- und Jagdbeamte' stellt aber eine Kompilation dar, die mit dem 'Klugen Beamten' nichts gemeinsam hat und ohne Zweifel nicht aus Schwesers Feder stammt." (Lindner). "A book of instructions meant as a guide to a forester in the execution of his duty and in the observance of hunting and forest laws" (Schwerdt).- Etw. gebräunt und fleckig, Ebd. nur leicht berieben u. bestoßen, insges. schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Traité médico-philosophique sur l'aliénation mentale mentale, ou la manie.Paris: Chez Richard, Caille et Ravier, An IX [1800-01].

      First edition, a fine copy, of "one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to humanitarian treatment of the insane." (Garrison).<br/><br/> ❧Grolier/Horblit 54; Lilly <i>Notable Medical Books</i> 155; Norman 1701; Heirs of Hippocrates 1070; Garrison-Morton 4922. <br/><br/> Philippe Pinel's <i>Traité médico-philosophique sur l'aliénation mentale mentale, ou la manie</i>, which presented the textual foundation of psychiatry, stands as the first great publication of the nineteenth century in clinical medicine, and at the same time as one of the paradigmatic expressions of the medical and scientific revolution that was taking place in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. A reform movement had begun gathering momentum in Paris during the 1780s, calling for a new approach to medicine based upon observation, experience, new nosologies, and expanded use of autopsies for pathological studies. Pinel was a leader in this movement, helping to reorganize hospitals, establish a new medical curriculum, unify medicine and surgery, and promote hospital-based patient study and direct clinical experience.<br/> "In August 1793 Pinel was appointed 'physician of the infirmatories' at the Bicêtre, the public hospice for men in Paris that included two hundred mentally ill patients. For nineteen months he made extensive studies of these men, whom he released from the chains that had been used to confine mental patients. In 1795 Pinel left the Bicêtre to assume the position of chief physician at the Salpêtriére, the large Paris hospital for women with mental disorders and chronic illnesses. There he established an advanced psychiatric hospital and the first training program for the new specialty of psychiatry. The principles later described in Pinel's <i>Traité</i> were applied at the Salpêtriére, which became the most highly recognized institution in the world at that time for its clinical care and treatment of the mentally ill and for its related teaching and research activities.<br/> "In his <i>Traité</i>, Pinel departed from past interpretations of mental illness, which placed it within a supernatural or spiritual, rather than a somatic, realm, and accepted the mentally ill as legitimate patients in the domain of medicine. According to Pinel, the manifestations of insanity, including disturbed reason, inappropriate thought, bizarre behavior, and exaggerated passions, represented phenomena of natural history and its pathology that could be studied like those of any other medical or surgical condition. He studied the historical development, treatment, and outcome of mental illnesses, often for years, and if the illnesses resulted in death, he called for autopsies to examine tor pathological anatomy. Pinel's system of treatment for mental illness included good hygiene, a favorable environment, activities, work, and the avoidance of drastic physical and medical measures. He introduced a psycho-therapeutic technique called moral therapy, which used a kind and benevolent approach to the patient during interviews.<br/> "Pinel had a great interest in nosography, but his classification system for psychiatry was deliberately simple. He described five different species of mental derangement: (1) melancholia, (2) mania without delirium, (3) mania with delirium, (4) dementia, and (5) idiotism. Pinel held that the prime need for psychiatry was to establish an effective typology of insanity, with descriptions of specific disease entities. He believed that traumatic events in a person's life could initiate insanity in one so predisposed, and he illustrated this concept with examples of loss of love, fortune, and other stress-provoking situations such as the turmoil that occurred during the French Revolution.<br/> "Apart from his contributions to medicine and psychiatry, Pinel was a remarkable linguist, trained in classical Greek and Latin as well as the contemporary European languages. He cherished a deep respect for Hippocrates and the latter's humanitarian and observational approach to medicine. Pinel was also an intimate member of the main intellectual movement of the period, the Idéologues. The last of the French Philosophes, the Idéologues introduced a practical movement toward a more complex and organic conception of nature, humankind, and society; for them science and experimentation were essential to their encompassing concepts. Pinel's circle of friends included Condillac, Condorcet, Cabanis, Destutt de Tracy, and Benjamin Franklin, as well as many other major physicians and scientists.<br/> "A second, enlarged edition of Pinel's <i>Traité</i> was published in 1809 with the abbreviated title <i>Traité médico-philosophique sur l'alienation mentale</i>. Translations appeared in German (1801), Spanish (1804), English (1806), and Italian (1830)." (Grolier/Medicine).. 8vo (191 x 121 mm), pp [i-v] vi-lvi, 318 and 2 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, a very fine and unrestored copy

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        Index Batavicus of Naamrol van de Batavise en Hollandse schrijvers. Van Julius Cesar af, tot dese tijden toe. Met kopere afbeeldsels.

      Abraham de Swart,, Leiden, 1701 - 60-483-[13] pp . Early bibliography of authors born in the Netherlands or who wrote about the Low Countries, by Adriaan Pars (1641-1719). Engr. ills : front. by H. vander Aa after W. van Mieris, ill. on title, 30 half-page portraits i.a. A. Junius, H. Grotius, J. Dousa, J. Lipsius, Marnix of St-Aldegonde, P.C. Hooft, William the Silent. Title in red and black. Ref. Besterman 4199. STCN. BL London (1). BN Paris (2). 826 g Contemp. vellum , ink titled flat spine, (somewhat spotting).

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        A BRIEF DISQUISITION OF THE LAW OF NATURE, According to the Principles and Method laid down in the Reverend Dr. Cumberland&#39;s .. Latin Treatise on that Subject. As also his Confutations of Mr. Hobbs&#39;s Principles, put into another Method

      London: W. Rogers, R. Knaplock, A. Bell & T. Cockeril 2nd edition corrected and somewhat enlarged, 1701. Hardcover. Very Good-. Octavo original panelled leather with blind tooled darker and lighter panels, floral corner ornaments & swags, rebacked on 5 raised bands with gilt red spine label (tips worn) lxxii +380pp +[2]pp booklist. A crisp clean copy includes the final blank. *Tyrrell was a Whig theorist, friend and colleague of John Locke, whose writings were important for the history of liberalism. In this study of Moral Philosophy he concludes that the notion of "the Common Good" is not only the whole law of Nature but the revealed Law of Moses and the great design of Christ&#39;s coming into the World. The second part of the work is an interesting point by point comparison of Hobbes&#39; Principles with the law of nature as he sketched it in the first part. Tyrrell was a popularizer who made the political theories accessible to the general public (see Julia Rudolph "Revolution By Degrees: James Tyrrell and Whig Political Thought in the Late 17th Century").

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        The Conference of Monsieur Le Brun, Cheif Painter to the French King, Chancellor and Director of the Academy of Painting and Sculpture; Upon Expression, General and Particular. Translated from the French.

      London - For John Smith, Edward Cooper and David Mortier 1701 - A rather scarce art gem from eminent French painter Charles le Brun on expression in painting and sculpture with forty-two illustrative plates. Bound in leather with gilt decoration. With Forty-Two ofForty-Threecopper-plates. Plate Thirty-Eight is missing. The spelling of 'Cheif' in the title is as printed. With only five copies of this text noted on the ESTC in the British Isles, held between the British Library and three Oxford colleges. The dedication is signed by the translator, J. Smith. Charles Le Brun, 1619 1690, was a French painter and art theorist, one of the dominant artists in 17th century France. He became Premier Peintre du Roi to Louis XIV. Condition: The text block binding is tight and firm. The front board is held by the cords only and could possibly detach in the post even after careful packing, and the rear hinge is cracked. There is wear to the extremities, including some rubbing and edge wear, with slight discolouration, and loss to the top of the spine. Internally the pages have some light browning and the occasional spot. Several pages and plates have repaired closed tears. There are two copperplate ink inscriptions to the second front blank. Overall the condition is good only with a good interior. A scarce text. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opuscula posthuma physica et mathematica. Amsterdam, P. & J. Blaeu für Janssonius-Waesberge, Boom & Goethals 1704. 4°. 5 Bll. 90 (recte 70)S. 1 Bl.; 51 S.; 1 Bl. 20 S. 2 w.Bll.; 1 Bl. 79 S.; 23 S.; 18 S.; 1 Bl., mit zahlr. Holzschnitten u. Figuren im Text, Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Roller-G. I, 313 - vgl. Guibert 221.- Nachdruck der Ausgabe von 1701 beim gleichen Verleger.- Enth.: 1. Mundus sive dissertatio de lumine. 2. Tractatus de mechanica. 3. N. Poissonii Elucidationes physicae in Cartesii musicam. 4. Regulae ad directionem ingenii. 5. Primae cogitationes sirca generationem animalium. 6. Excerpta ex Mss. R. Des-Cartes.- Titel gestempelt, braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. bestoßen.

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        Brief mit eigenh. Paraphe.

      Schloß Goldsberg, 23. XII. 1701. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit Adresse und papiergedecktem Siegel. An Franz Wilhelm Anton Sedlnitzky auf Choltic, den Landeshauptmannschaftsverwalter zu Troppau, über die Bestellung von Julius Heinrich Frh. von Neuhaus und Franz Albert von Nageslawitz [wohl Naglowice, Polen] als Landräte: "[.] Hieran beschihet Unser gnädiger Willen, und bleiben Euch mit Landesfürstl. G[e]d[enk]en wohlgewogen [.]". - Seit 1684 die Geschäfte des Hauses regierend, reorganisierte Fürst Hans Adam I. "die Finanzen, die das Fürstenhaus zu umfangreichen Darlehen an den Kaiser befähigten" (DBE), 1687 berief ihn Kaiser Leopold I. zum Geheimen Rat, und 1693 erhielt Fst. Hans Adam den Orden vom Goldenen Vlies. "Ein Projekt zur Rationalisierung der Kameralverwaltung 1699 scheiterte allerdings am zähen Widerstand der Beamtenschaft. Auch die Gründung der Wiener Girobank, als deren Präsident Hans-Adam I. 1703 bis 1705 fungierte, blieb ohne den erwarteten Erfolg" (www.liechtenstein.li). Mit dem Kauf der Herrschaften Schellenberg und Vaduz 1699 und 1712 erlangte er immediaten Landbesitz sowie Sitz und Stimme im Schwäbischen Kreis. - Stark angestaubt, gebräunt und fleckig sowie mit kleineren Läsuren.

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        Opera Medica, Theoretica, Practica et Chirurgica, Quae Omnia Variis Observationibus, Experimentis, Tam Ex Corporibus Valetudinariis, Cadaveribus, Quam Ex Mechancis. Vol. II

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Jordanum Lugtmans & Cornelium Boutestein. G : in Good condition. Cover soiled. Browning to prelims. Age darkening to page ends. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons with minimal marking. 1701. [First Edition]. Vellum cover. 210mm x 160mm (8" x 6"). 616pp, + index. .

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        Traité de perspective, Où sont contenus les fondemens de la Peinture.

      - Paris, Anisson, Directeur de l'Imprimerie Royale, 1701. In-8, plein veau moucheté de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de compartiments dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin bordeaux, roulette sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées (traces de restauration ancienne aux mors et coif.), xxj, (3), 227, (9) p., 62 figures dans le texte dont 4 à pleine page, 8 planches hors texte dont une dépliante. Edition originale de ce traité abondamment illustré, dédié "aux peintres". Oratorien, cartésien rigoureux, mathématicien et physicien, le P. Lamy défend une approche scientifique de "l&#146;art de peindre". Maîtrisant parfaitement à la fois les théories scientifiques et picturales de son temps, l&#146;auteur établit des liens entre les deux disciplines et intègre la méthode d&#146;exposition du savoir élaborée dans ses travaux scientifiques et rhétoriques. "Tableau saisissant des préoccupations scientifiques, philosophiques et esthétiques de la fin du XVIIe et des débuts du XVIIIe" (cf. R. Lyndia, Bernard Lamy, in Dix-Septième siècle, 2002/1, n°214, p. 137-153). (DSB, VII, 611. Girbal, 'Lamy', p. 133. Vagneiti, 'De naturali et artificiali perspectiva, bibliografia ragionata', E4 B1). Bon exemplaire, relié à l'époque, assez grand de marges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pharmacopoeia Extemporanea: sive Praescriptorum Sylloge. In qua Remediorum Elegantium & Efficacium, Paradigmata ad omnes fere Medendi Intentiones accommodata candide proponuntur. Una Cum Viribus, Operandi ratione, & Dosibus annexis

      Sam. Smith & Benj. Walford, Londini 1701 - Scarce first edition with remedies set out alphabetically and a listing of ailments at the rear. Unpaginated. Dr. Thomas Fuller (1654-1734) was born in Sussex. He was admitted to the Royal College of Physicians in 1679 and became an MD in 1681, establishing himself in Sevenoaks. In new red buckram binding with new endpapers. The original text is all present. What might have been the original fep is preserved but is browned and ragged. The title page has some browning at the edges. The text is generally clean but there is browning to page edges and this becomes more general in the final leaves at the rear of the book. The 2 blank leaves after the index of ailments are very browned and have ragged edges. Small light book - please enquire if you would like us to assess postage at cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Stadt Leipzig Ordnungen, wie auch Privilegia und Statuta

      Leipzig, Thomas Fritsch 1701.. Mit Holzschnitt-Wappen auf Titel. 4 Bll., 556 S., 20 Bll. - II. Döhler, Johann Georg: Zwey nützliche Tractate I: Untersuchung des heut zu Tage überhand nehmenden Geld- und Nahrungs Mangels ... II. Ohnmaßgebliche Vorschläge, wie das Justiz-Wesen vornehmlich nach Sächsischer Art verbessert werden könne. Leipzig, Gleditsch 1712. 4 Bll., 192 S. - III.: (Deneke, Johannes): Neu-Vermehrtes Dorff- und Land-Recht, Das ist: Vollkom[m]ener Unterricht, Von Denen Dörffern, derer Land-Leute Stande, Unterscheid, Landereyen, Dorff-Fluhren, Unpflichten, insonderheit denen Herren-Diensten, deren Erwerbung und Verlust, der Dienst-Freyheit, von dem Weyde-Recht, und der Koppel-Weyde [et]c. Dritte Edition. Leipzig und Celle, Hoffmann, 1712. Mit gest. Frontispiz. Tit., 9 S., 4 Bll., 357 S., 8 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Goldprägung auf Vorderdeckel "Cancell: Martis B: 1717: I.: Heilemann I, 189. - Umfangreiches Verordnungswerk, enthaltend Markt-Ordnung, Handels-Ordnung, Fleischer-Ordnung, Feuer-Ordnung, Bank-Ordnung, Juden-Ordnung, Kleider-Ordnung, Pest-Ordnung, Wein-Ordnung ferner über das Verauktionieren von Büchern, über die verschiedenen Innungen sowie über Bier, Kaffee etc. - II.: Goldsmiths`-Kress no. 04941.9; Humpert 92; Zincke 496 (No. 212). - Erste Ausgabe der während seiner Amtszeit als Rat des Landgrafen Christian von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rotenburg entstandenen Schriften. Als Vorkämpfer für Justizreform war Döhler besonders auch von Thomasius hoch geschätzt. - III.: Vgl. Humpert 3011 (EA 1704); Jöcher-A. II, 657 (Ausg. 1739); Güntz III, 22 (unter dem Herausgeber Bilderbeck, Ausgaben 1704 und 1719). - Mit Ergänzungen betreffend vor allem Schäferei, Bienen, den Zehnten und die Jagd. ---- Titelblatt von (I) am seitlichen Rand alt hinterlegt. Insgesamt sehr gutes und frisches Exemplar!

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        Memoires of the Reign of King Charles I : Containing the Most Remarkable Occurrences of That Reign, and Setting Many Secret Passages Thereof in a Clear Light

      London : Printed for Ri. Chiswell, At the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard 1701 - Physical desc. : [16],437, [3]p. : ill. , port. A slip bearing the word "by" has been pasted over the word "from" in the penultimate line of the preface. Subject: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649 Very good copy in the original full aniline calf. Professionally and period-sympathetically re-cased with a contrasting, gilt-blocked Morocco label. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong 1 Kg. 437 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Nullitatibus

      Ex Typographia Caroli Porpora, & Nicolai Abri, Napoli 1701 - "Contractuum, quasi contractuum, distractuum, ultimarum voluntatum, et quorumcumque actuum extraiudicialium. - Tractatus Amplissimus - Rubricae Primae, pars secunda - in 4° - pp.2b + pp 8 + 466 + 54 + 1b - Pergamena - una xil. al frontespizio - Fra la pagina 466 e "l'index Rerum" è stato inserito un foglio manoscritto con un indice - diverse pagine presentano bruniture - nella seconda bianca è stato manoscritto un indice. - Al maggio 2007 non censito in SBN - Libro usato"

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