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        De bello et excidio Trojae.

      Amsterdam: Georgium Gallet, 1702. 4to (23,6 x 19,8 cm). (24), (36), (24), 177, (69), (6), 54, (10), (12), 168, (8) pp. Fine contemporary panelled vellum. Sides extensively blindstamped. Spine with 6 raised bands. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece and 7 engraved plates. The two greatest medieval histories of Troy written by Dictys Cretensis ( De bello Troiano ) and Dares Phrygius ( De excidio Troiae historia ). Pages and plates somewhat browned. Fine copy. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Series Augustorum, Augustarum, Caesarum et Tyrannorum omnium , tam in oriente, quam in occidente, a C.I. Caesare ad Leopoldum. Cum optimorum numismatum fide. Ad vivum expressis.

      Bortoli, 1702. In 8°, p. perg., pp. 237 + numerose piccole inc. raffiguranti monete. Antip. fig. con pregevole inc. a tutta p. di Segala inc., Iuster sc. Capolettera.

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        Instrumentall Musick Performed before his Maj.ty on New years day 1702. Composed by John Lenton Composer to his Maj.ty.

      [London, 1702]. - Oblong 8vo. Musical manuscript in English, on paper written in a single cursive hand in brown ink, four staves to a page. 12 leaves: blank, title, dedication, 10 pp. of music on 6 leaves, 3 blanks. Dedication to Princess Anne on second recto. In a contemporary morocco binding, exuberantly tooled and gilt by Robert Steel, arguably the finest binder in England at the time; board edges gilt, marbled endleaves, all edges gilt. An exquisite manuscript musical part book, composed and bound for royal presentation on New Years' Day (then celebrated on Lady Day, March 25). Inscribed to Princess Anne of Denmark, soon to be Queen Anne of England. The pieces are labelled "Overture" and "Hornpipe", with one passage indicated "very slow". Signed "J.L." at the end. - The violinist, singer and composer Lenton joined the ensemble of royal musicians, known as the King's Musick, in 1681 under Charles II and played at the coronations of James II and of William and Mary (cf. New Grove X, 665). As violinist, Lenton accompanied William to Holland in 1691 and contributed to the royal musical repertoire. He wrote incidental music for some dozen plays between 1682 and 1705 and accumulated the offices of Gentleman Extraordinary at the Royal Chapel (1685) and Groom of the Vestry (1708). The binder Robert Steel (fl. 1668-1711) apprenticed with Samuel Mearne and took possession of his tools after his death in 1686. In turn, one of Steel's workmen, Thomas Elliott, secured Mearne's tools and became a principal binder for the Harleian Library. - In fine condition: the splendid binding shows a repeated flower-and-foliage tool flanked by rules forming the outer frame; the panels have a pot at the left and the right from which spread vines with fine small leaves; flame-tipped volutes in the corners and around the open strapwork central medallion from which extend rule hearts flanked by dots; daisies and foliage cover the spine. For the binding cf. Maggs Bros., Bookbinding in the British Isles Catalogue 1075 (1987), no. 118 (the outer frame tool, there called a roll) and Catalogue 1212 (1996), nos. 69 (leaves on the spine) & 70 (frame tool), as well as Foot, The Henry Davis Gift II, no. 148. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chronicon Mellicense, seu annales monasterii Mellicensis.

      Wien, Schlegel 1702.. Mit gestoch. Titel, gefalt. Kupfertafel und 2 gefalt. gestoch. Grundrissen sowie 53 gestoch. Portraits im Text. 9 Bl., 980 S., 13 Bl. Lederband d. Zt. mit 2 Schließen. Beide Decken mit Wappensupralibros. 33 x 21 cm. ADB XXXII, 412; Mayer, Wien II, 11, 44. - Erste Ausgabe. "Eine vorzügliche Leistung der Schlegel`schen Offizin" (Mayer). Der erste Versuch einer Melker Chronik. Die Portraits gest. von de la haye, das Titelkupfer, die sehr große (ca. 58 x 103 cm) gefalt. Ansicht des Klosters sowie die beiden Grundrisse stammen von C. Engelbrecht und J. A. Pfeffel. . - Mit einer Ansicht des Klosters vor dem Neubau und je ein Grundriss der Kirche vor und nach dem Umbau. - Einband fachmännisch und unauffällig restauriert, Schließbänder erneuert. Die große Ansicht mit einer Hinterlegung. Name zum Portrait auf p. 977 wie immer getilgt, der schmale Streifen Tinte schlägt auf die Rückseite durch. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar.

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        R. P. F. Felicis potestà panormitani examen ecclesiasticum adauctum tres complectens Tomos... opus confessaris, Praedicatoribus, & Ordinantis, necnon cunctis Ecclesisticis perquam utile & necessarium

      Michaelis Costanzo, 1702. in 8° - pp.18nn + 771 + 256 + 64nn - Senza legatura - Tre tomi in un volume - Qualche incisione nel testo - Testo in latino - Probabile prima edizione, non censito su iccu. - Pergamena in cattive condizioni e totalmente staccata dal volume, Carta TT2 sciolta, e forellini di tarlo che a volte ledono il testo.

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        El Penitente Instruido, Para Confessarse Bien: Obra Espiritual, de La Qual Puede Qualquiera Aprender

      Thomas Loriente, Barcelona 1702 - 300+ year old book in understandably poor condition. Cover shows heavy water damage with large parts torn and missing. Binding is breaking through the spine. Interior pages are heavily discoloured and dirty, with heavy fraying and curling. Ink frequently offset through paper. Binding is stiff and cracking. Despite all this, book was once beautifully bound and printed, and is great for any antique book collector. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Royaume de Naples.

      Parigi 1702 - Il Nolin installò l’attività editoriale di famiglia a Parigi, in via Rue St. Jacques, dove incise e vendette numerose mappe; su molte di queste, riportò erroneamente la dicitura di "incisore del Re" e "geografo del Duca di Orleans". Il concorrente Guillaume De L’Isle lo accusò e lo fece condannare per plagio, ma la sua attività continuò ad espandersi. L’opera è tratta dal celebre Theatre de la guerré en Italie., per la prima volta edito nel 1691. Incisione in ramei, alcune pieghe di carta, coloritura coeva dei contorni, in buono stato di conservazione. I. Principe "Carte geografiche di Calabria nella raccolta Zerbi", p. 86 Dimensioni 470 570mm

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        Essays Upon Several Moral Subjects. Parts I, II & III

      London: Richard Sare et al, 1702-5. Vols. I & II state Fifth edition. Leatherbound. Good. 3 vols.: [6], 246, [2]; [4], 200; v, [1], 279 p. 20 cm. Full leather bindings with blank impressing to boards and gold trim on spines. Chips and tears to leather on spines and hinges, including spine label on vol. III. Corners bumped. Round bookplates on two front pastedowns for the White family, baronets of Wallingwells, Nottinghamshire, as well as ink inscriptions for "Wallingwells Study Closet." Nice pencil portrait on front free endpaper in vol. I. A front endpaper chipped in vol. I. Endpapers torn and chipped in vol. II along with some dampstains. Vol. III has small hole in front pastedown and dampstains to bottoms of last few leaves. "Part I. Upon Pride. Upon Cloaths. Upon Duelling. Upon General Kindness. Upon the Office of a Chaplain. Upon the Weakness of Human Reason. Part II. Of Fame. Of Musick. Of the Value of Life. Of the Spleen. Of Eagerness of Desire. Of Friendship. Of Popularity. A Thought. Of the Entertaiment of Books. Of Confidence. Of Envy. Of the Aspect. Against Despair. Of Covetousness. Of Liberty. Of Old Age. Of Pleasure. Part III. Of Pain. Revenge. Authors. Power. Infancy and Youth. Riches and Poverty. Whoredom. Drunkenness. Usury. An Apostle. Solitude." Essays are actually conversations between Philotimus and Philalethes, etc.

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        Historia politica, qua imperiorum, regnorum, electoratuum, ducatuum, rerumque publicatrum omnium origines, incrementa, fata, bello paceque gesta, ad annum a Christo nato MDCXLVIII describuntur; cum continuatione Danielis Hartnaccii [...]. Leipzig und Frankfurt, für Gottfried Liebezeit in Hamburg, 1702.

      1702. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (14), 580, (56) SS. (2), 690, (124) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz. Mit gest. Frontispiz und 3 mehrf. gefalt. gedr. Stammtafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit mit goldgepr. (oxyd.) Rückentitel. 4to. Spätere, vom pommerschen Schulmann D. Hartnack (1642-1708; vgl. Zedler XII, 649) herausgegebene und erweiterte Neuausgabe von Micraelius' politischer Weltgeschichte ("Syntagma Historiarum Mundi Politicarum"). Der pommersche Theologe und Historiker J. Micraelius (eigtl. Lütkeschwager; 1597-1658), Sohn eines Archidiakons, "wurde 1624 Prof. der Rhetorik, 1641 Rektor und Prof. der Theologie und Philosophie am fürstlichen Pädagogium in Stettin. 1649 wurde er an der Univ. Greifswald zum Dr. theol. promoviert, an der er seit 1656 Prokanzler war. Micraelius verfaßte einige dramatische Werke, [...] Bedeutung erlangte er jedoch hauptsächlich durch seine historischen Arbeiten" (DBE). - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk am Titel ("1780 Admont"?). ADB XXI, 701f.

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        Memorie istoriche dell'antica citta' d'Atina raccolte e date in luce dal P. Buonaventura Tauleri... divise in cinque libri

      Per Michele Luigi Muzio, 1702. In 8 (cm 17 x 23), pp. (10) + 330 + (16) con antiporta illustrata incisa all'acquaforte, stemma inciso della citta' d'Atina e capolettera xilografato alla prima pagina di testo. Residui di bolli di ceralacca all'antiporta e al frontespizio. Qualche brunitura alle pagine, poche pagine si presentano uniformemente brunite. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo calligrafico in nero al dorso. Edizione originale di questa rara e importante opera dedicata alle origini della citta' di Atina, nel Lazio meridionale, in provincia di Frosinone, nei pressi di Sora. Coleti, p. 20. Manca a Lozzi. ITA

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        L’Isle et Royaume de Sicile .

      Parigi 1702 - Dedicata a Filippo V, questa carta geografica dell’isola deriva nella toponomastica dalla precedente opera di Giacomo Cantelli. L’opera è tratta dal Theatre de la guerre en Italie che il Nolin pubblicò per la prima volta nel 1701 e che ebbe una successiva ristampa. In alto a sinistra viene inserita una lunga descrizione storico geografico commerciale sulla Sicilia. Si conoscono tre edizioni della carta con date differenti (1702, 1717, 1742) riportate sotto al titolo. Buon esemplare con consuete pieghe orizzontali. Molte mappe di Nolin, uno dei maggiori editori e cartografi francesi del periodo, si basavano sulle recenti carte di Vincenzo Coronelli e di Cantelli appunto. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, in buono stato di conservazione. This map of the island, dedicated to Filippo V, takes inspiration from Giacomo Cantelli’s previous work, especially from a toponimical point of view. This work is taken from Teatre de la guerre en Italie, which Nolin published for the first time in 1701 and reissued afterwards. Copperplate, contemporary color of the borders, in good condition. L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, "Imago Siciliae", p. 166; Sicilia 1477-1861 - La collezione Spagnolo- Patermo, n. 167 Dimensioni 550 435mm

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        Facciata della tribuna della basilica si S.ta M.a Maggiore con il prospetto delle due cappelle

      Roma 1702 - Veduta della Tribuna di Santa Maria Maggiore, disegnata e incisa da Alessandro Specchi e pubblicata da Domenico de Rossi. Presente nell'indice De Rossi, 1724, al costo "di 20 baiocchi". La prospettiva, molto dettagliata, presenta gli ornamenti voluti da papa Clemente X e mostra anche le due cappelle, la paolina e la sistina, che furono fatte edificare da papa Paolo V e da Sisto V, che nella piazza fece anche trasportare l'obelisco proceniente dal Mausoleo di Augusto. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Dimensioni 685 455mm

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        Notizie de'Professori del Disegno da Cimabue in quae. Che contengono tre Deccennali, Dal 1580. al 1610. Opera postuma.

      Firenze, Nel Garbo. 1702. - 32,2x22 cm. VIII,426 S., 1 Bl. Mit einer gestochenen Titelvignette. Neuer Halbpergamentband mit braunem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. Vgl. Graesse I, 280. - Einzelband der grosssen Biographiensammlung, die von 1683-1728 in 6 Bänden erschien, die Hälfte davon wurde nach Filippo Baldinuccis (1625-1696) Tode durch seinen Sohn Francesco Saverio Baldinucci herausgegeben. Filippo Baldinucci wurde nach seiner Ausbildung als Maler zum Berater der Sammlungen der Medici und Kunstagent. Seine Biographiensammlung ist das erste umfangreiche Florentiner Projekt dieser Art seit Giorgio Vasari. - Titelblatt unten recht mit hinterlegtem Papierverlust. - Unbeschnittenes, sehr breitrandiges und sauberes Exemplar.

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        Asiae pars australis insulae indicae cum suis naturae dotis

      Monaco 1702 - Rara e decorativa carta geografica incentrata sull'area del sud-est asiatico, dallo Sri Lanka alla Nuova Guinea, pubblicata nell'atlante del gesuita Heinrich Scherer "Atlas Novus exhibens orbem terraguem per naturae opera, historiae navae acveterus monumenta, artistique geographicae leges et praecepta.". L'opera, in 8 parti, fu pubblicata a Monaco tra il 1702 e il 1710. La mappa incluse anche la parte settentrionale dell'Australia, denominata Nova Hollandia, il cui territorio interno è popolato da una serie di animali selvatici e piante esotiche. Sulla destra, una splendida rosa dei venti occupa l'Oceano Indiano. Incisione su rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Superb rare map on Indonesia and northern Australia by Heinrich Scherer (1628-1704) for his Atlas Novus exhibens orbem terraguem per naturae opera, historiae navae acveterus monumenta, artistique geographicae leges et praecepta.published in eight volumes from 1702-1710 in Munich. Scherer, a devout Jesuit, produced this geographical compendium to depict the Catholic hierarchy and the spread of Jesuit missions throughout the world. The northern coastline of Australia (Nova Hollandia) is depicted with an incredible array of wild animals and exotic plants. A huge compass rose fills the Indian Ocean, and the seas are filled with sea monsters and flying fish. Copper engraving, in very good condition. Dimensioni 357 230mm

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        Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Ecclesiastical History of New-England, from its First Printing in the Year 1620. unto the Year of our Lord, 1698. In Seven Books.

      Folio. London: Thomas Parkhurst, MDCCII [1702]. Folio, seven parts in one, [30], 38; [2], 75; [2], 238; [2], 125-222; [2], 100; [2], 88; [2], 118, Errata, [2] pp. (p.86 of Book VI misnumbered 98), double-page map, blank leaf at 6m2. Contemporary full-calf, rebacked, five raised bands with gilt decoration and title label, speckled red edges. Some minor foxing mostly to outer margins and endpapers, otherwise very good. Two ink signatures to recto of first flyleaf: "Wm. Dent Book 1763," and "Henry Hoyle's 1809." Bookplate of "L. F. Butler" to upper pastedown. First edition, without ads, with the original map rather than the more common facsimile noted by Sabin. Cotton Mather (1663-1728) was a New England Puritan minister, prolific author, and pamphleteer who wrote over 450 books and pamphlets, making him one of the most influential religious leaders in colonial America. The most important and greatest of his published works is the Magnalia Christi Americana... originally published in England because no American printer could take on such a large project. The seven books are comprised of an early history of New England, short sketches of the lives of governors and ministers, the history of Harvard, Puritan modes of worship, instances of "Illustrious, Wonderful Providences" in New England, accounts of various afflictions visited on New England, the Salem witch trials in which he played a pivotal role, the escape of Hannah Duston, and also a wealth of puns, poems, sermons, and anagrams. While not entirely historically accurate, Magnalia Christi Americana... provides a garrulous overview of the state of society and manners in New England during the early colonial period. Sabin 46392. ESTC T79039.

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        Insularum Danicarum ut Zee-Landiae, Fioniae Langelandiae, Lalandiae Falstriae, Fembriae, Monae aliarumque in Mari Balthico Sitar

      Pierre Mortier, Paris - Map. Copper plate engraving with original hand color. Image measures 19 1/4" x 23". c.1702. This highly decorative map notes Denmark's main islands include Zealand, Funen or Fyn and Lolland as well as the eastern coast of Jutland. Beautifully detailed, it notes cities, towns, villages, fortresses, and incredibly rendered topography. Coastal features including shoals and banks are also noted. A charming title cartouche features merfolk holding up the royal coat of arms and frolicking in the water. This map, originally created by De Wit, was issued by Pierre Mortier in circa 1702. The map is in good condition with minor wear along the centerfold. Lower margin near centerfold shows minor water stains, not affecting printed image. Minor foxing at places. Frederick de Wit (1629/30--1706) was one of the foremost cartographers and map sellers of the Dutch Golden Age. Based in Amsterdam, he began with a small printing shop in 1654 and soon became internationally known for his city plans and wall maps of the world. By 1671, he was producing large folio atlases for both his shop and individual patrons that could contain anywhere between 15 and 150 maps. Today, these atlases grace the collections of many museums and institutions as evidence of the vibrant cartographic trade in Amsterdam in the middle- and late-17th century. Pierre Mortier (1661-1711) was a Dutch cartographer, engraver, and printseller who worked in Amsterdam. He used advanced Dutch printing methods to produce high quality editions of contemporary French maps by cartographers such as De L'Isle, Sanson, Jaillot, de Fer and De Wit. His greatest feat was the nautical atlas "Le Neptune Francois." This map is a resplendent example of his work.

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        Nouvelles methodes pour fortifier les places, & pour remedier a la foiblesse des anciennes. Ouvrage divise en cinq parties, & orne de plusieurs figures en taille-douce. Avec une introduction de ce que chaque officier d'infanterie devroit scavoir de la fortification, & en quoi consiste le fort & le foible des places, de meme du scavoir d'un ingenieur & directeur des fortifications, & de ce qu'il doit observer dans les projets & l'execution des travaux, avec plusieurs remarques sur ce sujet.

      8. Fronti., 15 Bl., 302 S., 1 Bl., Faute à corriger. Mit 21 Kupferstich-Falttafeln., OPerg. d. Zeit m handschriftl. Rückentitel, Namenszug u. Exlibris a. hinterlegtem Vors., hinterer fliegender Vors. fehlt. Innen einige Bl. mit kleinem Wasserrand u. min. gebräunt - insg. ein schönes Exemplar. Johann Anton Herbort (1702-1757), Ausbildung auf Kosten der bernischen Obrigkeit in Ungarn um dort in kaiserl. Diensten die Festungsbaukunst zu erlernen. Ab 1721 auf dem Balkan unter Oberst Nicolas Doxatt. 1730 war er Fortifikationsdirektor im Königreich beider Sizilien, 1731 Kapitän in Capua (Kampanien). 1734 widmete H. diese für den Festungsbau bedeutsame Schrift Karl Alexander, Hzg. von Württemberg, und trat in württemberg. Dienste. Er leitete den Bau der Schwarzwaldschanzen, die im poln. Erbfolgekrieg gegen die Franzosen gerichtet waren. Ab 1737 war er Kommandant der Festungsbauten von Hohenneuffen (Württemberg). 1742 Rückkehr in die Schweiz und Übernahme der Landvogtei Morges. Gönner des Berner Waisenhauses (HLS).

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        A Collection of Select and Modern Entries of Declarations, Pleadings, Issues, Verdicts, Judgments, &c. Referring to Cases in Sir Creswell Levinz's Reports; The Judgment of the Court being added to each President [etc.]. Folio

      Only edition of Levinz's "Entries", published the year following his death, as were his Reports, designed to accompany them, and reflecting his talents as a pleader, "for which [in Holdsworth's words] he was eminently well fitted". Contemporary blind-tooled, unlettered calf, a bit of staining and some minor marginal worming, else a very good clean copy; without the portrait. Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins [etc.], London, 1702.

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        BREVE COMPENDIO DI VARII ESSERCIZII DI COMPASSO. BY GIO ANTONIO CONTI BREVE COMPENDIO DI VARII ESSERCIZII DI COMPASSO FONDATI SU GLI ELEMENTI DI EUCLIDE, DI GIO. ANTONIO CONTI,.

      Giulio Borzaghi 1702 - Woodcuts; XII-248 pages; A scarce work, Wolrdcat locates but a single copy. Italian language. The only copy in auction records was sold in 1967. 7 plates at the back of the volume of which 6 are foldouts. Textual woodcuts interspered thorught the text. Paper covered boards worn and spine paper cover partly lacking. Brief Compendium of various exercises based on Compass Euclid's Elements. Lacks leaf 113-114. Nonetheless a scarce and desirable work ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Practick Part of the Law: Shewing the Office of an Attorny, And...

      1702. Popular Early Guide to the Daily Practice of English Law G.T., Of Staple Inne. The Practick Part of the Law: Shewing the Office of an Attorny, And a Guide for Solicitors in All the Courts of Westminster. Viz. The Courts of Chancery, Kings-Bench, Common-Pleas and Exchequer, With the Manner of Their Proceedings in Any Action Real, Personal or Mixt, From the Original to the Execution. As Also the Practice of the Courts in the City of London, Court of Admiralty, Ecclesiastical Courts, And Other Inferior Courts in the Country. With the Exact Table of Fees of All the Said Courts at Westminster as They Were Delivered Into the House of Commons, With the Abstract of the Parchment and Paper Act by Order of the Queen and Council. With Large Additions by Several Practisers of the Several Courts, And Brought Down to the Year 1702. With a New and Exact Table to the Whole. London: Printed for the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, 1702. [viii], 583, [23]; 16; [2], 120, [4] pp. An Abstract of the Act and An Exact Table of Fees have separate title pages, pagination and registers. An exact Table is "The fourth edition, with additions", with imprint: "Printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, Esquires; for John Walthoe"; 'An abstract' has imprint: "Printed by Charles Bill, And the Executrix of Tho. Newcomb: And sold by J. Walthoe." Octavo (7-3/4" x 4-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules and fillets to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, chips to corners of a few leaves, light soiling to title page. A nice copy. $500. * Later edition of a work first published in 1652, one of two issues from 1702. This early guide outlines the daily practice of the law in England. A useful and popular work, it went through several editions, the final appearing in 1724. English Short-Title Catalogue N38435.

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        Continuation der vollständigen Haus- und Hand-Bibliothec . in vier Theil aufgetheilt.

      Regenspurg, In Verlegung Quirini Heyl. 1701-1702. - 33x21 cm. 4 n.n. Bl., 186 S., Zwischentitel, 534 S., Zwischentitel, 68 S., 2 n.n. Bl., 64 S., Zwischentitel, 120 S., Zwischentitel, 90 S., 43 n.n. S. Index. und 93 (von 105) gestochene Tafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit. Ergänzung und Erweiterung des erfolgreichen Hausvaterbuches, das 1699-1700 erschien. Die vier Teile inhaltlich getrennt: Teil 1: Wie man die Aecker erkennen, derselben Fehler verbessern und wol zubereiten soll. Enthält auch eine Anleitung zum Bierbrauen, Bienenkunde und ein Kochbuch- Teil 2: Von der Gestalt, Natur, Krafft und Würckung aller Bäume, Kräuther, Thiere . Teil 3:allerhand Künste . vom Feuerwerk, fliegenden Rageten ., Alchemie und Mechanik. 4. Teil: der juristische Teil. Es fehlen hauptsächlich Tafeln aus dem botanischen und zoologischen Teil. Einband berieben und fleckig. Zu Beginn und gegen Ende mit stärkeren Randläsuren und stark fingerfleckig. Einige Blätter mit Einrissen, jedoch ohne Textverlust. Wenige Bl. mit Wasserflecken.

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        The Practick Part of the Law: Shewing the Office of an Attorny, And.

      1702 - Popular Early Guide to the Daily Practice of English Law G.T., Of Staple Inne. The Practick Part of the Law: Shewing the Office of an Attorny, And a Guide for Solicitors in All the Courts of Westminster. Viz. The Courts of Chancery, Kings-Bench, Common-Pleas and Exchequer, With the Manner of Their Proceedings in Any Action Real, Personal or Mixt, From the Original to the Execution. As Also the Practice of the Courts in the City of London, Court of Admiralty, Ecclesiastical Courts, And Other Inferior Courts in the Country. With the Exact Table of Fees of All the Said Courts at Westminster as They Were Delivered Into the House of Commons, With the Abstract of the Parchment and Paper Act by Order of the Queen and Council. With Large Additions by Several Practisers of the Several Courts, And Brought Down to the Year 1702. With a New and Exact Table to the Whole. London: Printed for the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, 1702. [viii], 583, [23]; 16; [2], 120, [4] pp. An Abstract of the Act and An Exact Table of Fees have separate title pages, pagination and registers. An exact Table is "The fourth edition, with additions", with imprint: "Printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, Esquires; for John Walthoe"; 'An abstract' has imprint: "Printed by Charles Bill, And the Executrix of Tho. Newcomb: And sold by J. Walthoe." Octavo (7-3/4" x 4-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules and fillets to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, chips to corners of a few leaves, light soiling to title page. A nice copy. * Later edition of a work first published in 1652, one of two issues from 1702. This early guide outlines the daily practice of the law in England. A useful and popular work, it went through several editions, the final appearing in 1724. English Short-Title Catalogue N38435. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Some memorandums of matters of fact, relating to the original and preliminaries of a suit in Doctors-Commons,

      4to., (2) + 55 + (1)pp., lower margin of title rather soiled, contemporary ink signature of "Dr Jane" in upper margin, bound in 19th century quarter calf over marbled card covers. A good copy.Publisher: London, printed in the year MDCCIIYear: [1702]Edition: First edition: rare. ESTC & OCLC together find copies outside Great Britain only at Yale Law + UCLA (William Andrews Clark). Lambeth Palace has, uniquely, a 2nd ed. of 1709.

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        Mémoires de la dernière révolution d'Angleterre, contenant l'abdication de Jacques II., l'évènement de S. M. le roi Guillaume III a la couronne, & plusieurs choses arrivées sous son règne. Par Mr. L.B.T

      First edition, rare. Illustrated with a frontispiece, 8 portraits for Volume I, and 3 for the second (not included in the pagination). Title pages in red and black. Full Calf blond glossy contemporary. Back to nerves ornate. Part of title and volume number in red morocco. Small gaps in caps. A lack of a cm lower joint in fairing. Corners bumped. Briefs covering 1649 to 1689 years, the last three years occupying the bulk of the book. We found numerous documents translated from English in two volumes. Excellent story, well composed and written. Copy from the library of the Lebailly Vieuville hit with this inscription in gold letters on two boards: Book of the library of Mr. Lebailly the Vieuville, which was a great collector and bibliophile of the late seventeenth century, including large binders are Condé museum. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez les frères l'Honoré A La Haye 1702 2 tomes in 12 (9,3x16cm) (22) 712pp. ((18) et (2) 729pp. (7) deux volumes reliés

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        In Nome del Signore Iddio [Ferrara Taxation regulations]

      1702. (JUDAICA). In Nome del Signore Iddio: Regole della Tasse della Nationè Hebrea di Ferrara, Adi 14 Maggio 1702 [regulations concerning communal taxation]. Ferrara: Stampa. Camerale, 1702. Broadside (measures 17 by 22 inches), printed on recto. Handsomely framed. $3500.Handsome framed broadside giving 12 regulations concerning taxes imposed on Jews by the Jewish community in order to meet the communityÂ’s financial obligations to the state.The Jewish community of Ferrara began to organize its financial obligations towards the Duchy of the Principality through the levying of internal taxes from the beginning of the 16th century. Tax regulations were published until the end of the 18th century and chart the economic changes of Ferrara Jewry and the kinds of property and income that were taxable. It is striking that the Statutes are enforced by the threat of excommunication against those not contributing their dues. Also of note is the active involvement of the Community rabbis in upholding the tax structure. Large woodcut armorial device; woodcut initial. Text in Italian and Hebrew. Fine condition. A handsome framed piece.

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        Le cours du Po

      1702. incisione in rame in cinque lastre, ognuna circa mm 400x490 (misura totale mm 400x 2450), incise da Charles Amadeus de Berey, come riportato in lastra su più fogli "gravé par Berey" ed al centro in basso nel primo foglio " A Paris chez Berey graveur rue St. Jacques devant la fontaine St. Severin a la Princesse de Savoye" La più lunga carta del Po mai pubblicata e la prima che raffigura in effetti il solo corso del fiume, senza allargarsi ai territori adiacenti. Ogni foglio con proprio titolo in alto: "La source du Po et les passages de France en Piemont", "Le cours du Po dans le Piemont et le Monferrat", "Le cours du Po dans le Milanez", "Le cours du Po dans le Duché de Mantoue", "Le cours du Po dans le Duché de Ferrare et les Etats de Venise". Secondo stato pubblicato nel 1734.Ottimo esemplare a fogli uniti con buoni margini. Terre di Langobardia, La "Lombardia", il corso del Po e il Ducato Estense nell'antica cartografia a stampa 1520-1796, n. 86; Arrigoni Bertarelli, 616 (ediz. 1734)

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        Kort Beskrifning Om provincien Nya Swerige uti America, Som nu förtijden af Engelske kallas Pensylvania. Af lärde och trowärdige Mäns skrifter och berättelser ihopaletad och sammanskrefwen, samt med åthskillige Figurer utzirad.

      Stockholm, Wankijfs Änkia, 1702. 4to. Bound in a fine recent full red morocco with raised bands and compartments with gilt with floral stamps. Gilt lineborder to boards (A.M. Ræder). Title-page printed in red/black. Woodcut vignette to title-page and on errata-leaf. (16), 191, (1 = errata) pp. 4 maps (2 engraved and 2 in full-page woodcut - the maps (Delaware River) and Nova Sveciae in FACSIMILE), 2 engraved plates (Niagara Falls a. Indians). The engraved frontispiece missing (supplied in facsimile from the reprint of the book). The 2 last leaves repaired in inner margins (no loss of text). The first four leaves re-enforced at inner hinge and loosening from block. Some scattered brownspots and marginal browning. Exceedingly rare first edition of the first Swedish book on America and one of the main sources to the history of Pennsylvania. "A very scarce work relating to the establishment of the Swedes in New Sweden, afterwards Pennsylvania." (Sabin). The work is of the utmost importance to the history of this part of America and, as importantly, it also contains the only printed source to the now distinct native American language of the Susquehannocks as well the first systematic weather observations in the American Colonies.Susquehannock is a part of the Iroquoian language family and what little of it that has been preserved, is found in the present work, taking up the last part of it. The vocabulary was compiled by Holm's grandfather, the Swedish missionary Johannes Campanius, during the 1640'ies and published here for the first time by Holm, with additions, in 1702. The vocabulary consists of about 100 words, and as the only preserved source of this native American language, it is of paramount importance. The number of words listed, although limited to ab. 100, has been sufficient to show that Susquehannock was a northern Iroquoian language closely related to those of the Five Nations. Surviving remnants of the Susquehannock language include the river names Conestoga, Juniata, and Swatara.Johannes Campanius was also the first person known to have taken systematic weather observations in the American Colonies. He is thus considered "the first weatherman in America" and is still remembered for his groundbreaking observations that are published here for the first time. He kept a daily record of the weather at New Sweden, including at least 1644 and 1645. These highly important observations take up Chapter 3 (pp. 46-52) of the present work which thus constitute the first publication of the first systematic weather observations in the American Colonies. The prestigious "John Campanius Holm Award" is still awarded annually to honor cooperative observers for outstanding accomplishments in the field of meteorological observations. Much of the material in the present work is based upon Johannes Campanius's never published journals, which his grandson, Holm, studied intensely and published the most important parts of. Part of this material includes his studies on the traditions of the natives, the recording - and publication in the present work - of which helped to preserve some anthropological information, which would have otherwise been lost. These foundational studies also helped perpetrate the idea that the Native Americans were descendants of the lost tribes of Israel.New Sweden (Nya Swerige) was a Swedish colony along the lower reaches of Delaware River in North America from 1638 to 1655 in the present-day American Mid-Atlantic states of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Fort Christina, now in Wilmington, Delaware, was the first settlement. In this settlement, both Holm's father and grandfather had lived, and part of Holm's account of is based on written sources, letters and notes left by his grandfather and on verbal accounts received from his father. To that he added facts obtained from the manuscripts of Peter Lindström, which had never been published (and remained unpublished until 1923). Peter Lindström was and engineer and cartographer in the colony. Many of the maps and illustrations in the present work are based on Lindström's original drawings, which are thus published here for the first time, preserving them for posterity. Lindström's great map of New Sweden was destroyed in a fire in 1697 and is now preserved because Holm reproduced it before it vanished. The famous illustration of the Indians also comes from Lindström. Part IV is also particularly interesting in that it contains (own translation from Swedish:) "A Dictionary and Conversation-Book in the language of the Americans at New Sweden, or as it is now called Pennsylvania", which consists in glossaries of words and phrases relating to religion, parts of the body, clothing, weather, animals and plants, numbers, and useful conversational phrases, as well as the very interesting "Discourses which took place at a council held by the Indians in 1645, on the subject of the Swedes and of New Sweden, in which their sachem or king, first speaks with his son, about calling the nation together". As is evident, the work is extremely important in several respects. Not only does it preserve for posterity facts about so many aspects of native American language, life, customs etc. which would otherwise have been lost, it also uniquely describes the weather, geography and topology of the areas dealt with. "It is curious to see the now famous cities of Philadelphia and New York, described as "clever little towns", as they were in fact at that time. The political history of the country, from the first settlement of the Swedes to the arrival of William Penn, and for some time afterwards, is not the less replete with interest for the present inhabitants of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, as well as that of the habits, manners, and customs of the Swedes and the Dutchmen, who inhabited this country before us. Nothing can be more truly moving, than the account given of those patriarchal times by the venerable pastor Erick Biörk, in his letters to his friends in Sweden, of which extracts are contained in the 10th chapter of the second book of this work. It is pleasing, also, to see, described by a foreigner, the happiness of this people, under the government of our illustrious founder. The vocabulary and dialogues in the Indian language, which are contained in the fourth book, will also be found interesting to philologists.These, we believe, are the reasons that induced the Historical Society of Pennsylvania to cause this work to be translated, and to undertake its publication. It cannot but be well received by those who take an interest in the early history of our country, of which the most correct accounts are to be obtained from those by whom it was first settled." (Translator's Preface to the English translation, 1834). This fundamental work was translated into English in 1834 and again in 1975. Sabin: 10202________________________________________________________________The Susquehannock people, also called the Conestoga were the Iroquoian-speaking Native Americans who lived in areas adjacent to the Susquehanna River and its tributaries ranging from its upper reaches in the southern part of what is now New York (near the lands of the Five Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy), through eastern and central Pennsylvania West of the Poconos and the upper Delaware River (and the Delaware nations), with lands extending beyond the mouth of the Susquehanna in Maryland along the west bank of the Potomac at the north end of the Chesapeake Bay. Evidence of their habitation has also been found in northern West Virginia and portions of southwestern Pennsylvania, which could be reached via the gaps of the Allegheny or several counties to the south, via the Cumberland Narrows pass which held the Nemacolin Trail. Both passes abutted their range and could be reached through connecting valleys from the West Branch Susquehanna and their large settlement at Conestoga, Pennsylvania.

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        General Ecclesiastical History

      1702. ECHARD, Laurence. A General Ecclesiastical History from the Nativity of Our Blessed Saviour to the First Establishment of Christianity by Humane Laws, under the Emperour Constantine the Great. London: by W. Bowyer, for Jacob Tonson, 1702. Tall folio (10 by 16 inches), contemporary full red morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spine and covers in the Cottage style, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. $2850.First edition of Echard’s history of the early days of the Christian church, with finely engraved frontispiece by Van der Gucht and double-page engraved map of the Holy Land. This copy splendidly bound in an elaborately gilt-decorated Restoration binding.“A work valuable in many respects… the best of its kind” (Lowndes, 711). “Having been ordained by Moore, bishop of Norwich, Echard was presented to the livings of Welton and Elkington, Lincolnshire, and was appointed chaplain to the Bishop of Lincoln. For more than twenty years he resided in Lincolnshire, chiefly at Louth, where during that time he wrote a number of works” (DNB). This later Restoration-era binding was skillfully accomplished in the style of Roger Bartlett, a renowned London bookbinder active until 1695 or so, using several tulip, flower, leaf and roll tools likely from his workshop. Faint marginal dampstain to lower corner of text, otherwise interior very clean, with wide margins. Expert restoration to spine ends and corners only; binding remarkably well preserved, gilt very bright. A splendid volume.

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        THEATRUM BELLI ITALICI SEU NOVISSIMA TABULA GEOGRAPHICA IN QUA PLURIMA DITIONIS VENETA ET MEDIOLANENSIS DUCATUS PORTIO, AC ALIA CONFINIS ITALIAE PARTES CUM INTEGRO DUCATU MANTUANO EXIBENTUR.

      1702. Carta del teatro bellico della Lombardia, confini colorati all'epoca

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        The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the KING's blessed RESTORATION, and RETURN upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660. TOGETHER WITH : The Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon, Lord High Chancellor of England, and Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Containing, I. An Account of the Chancellor's Life from his Birth to the Restoration in 1660. II. A Continuation of the same, and of his History of the Grand Rebellion, from the Restoration to his Banishment in 1667. Written by Himself. Printed from the Original Manuscripts, given to the University of Oxford, by the Heirs of the late Earl

      Printed at the Theatre; At the Clarendon Printing House. Oxford. -1703-1707-1759. All first editions except v.3 2nd. 4 volumes. Folio 1702 - Vol.I : pp. (iv), XXIII, (i), 557, (i). Engraved portrait of Hyde after LELY by R[OBERT]. WHITE, 1700, title vignette by M[ICHAEL]. BURGHERS, head-, tail-pieces and initials engraved by Burghers after HENRY ALDRICH; Vol.II : pp. (xvi), 581, (iii) blank. Engraved portrait of Hyde as for v.I also dated for 1700, title vignette and decorations as for v.I; Vol.III : pp. (xxiv), 603, (i) blank, (xix) Index, (iii) blank. Engraved portrait of Hyde after LELY, by BURGHERS undated, title vignette by Burghers dated 1704, internal decorations by Burghers; LIFE, v.IV : pp. (ii) Half-title, (ii) Title, III, (i) blank, 133, (i) blank, (ii) Sub-title The Continuation, (i) blank, 523, (i) blank, (xi) Indices, (i) blank. Engraved portrait of Hyde after LELY by R. WHITE, 1703, engraved title vignette, head-, tail-pieces and initials. All in contemporary panelled calf, all spine edges worn but joints firm, some corners worn, usual scuffs and the odd worn patch, a couple of small patches of leather lost from the front board of the Life, trivial worm-track in the top margin of the first few leaves of v.I, single track in lower margin of ten leaves [sigs.3N to 3P] in v.2, lower corner of half-title in v.II torn, occasional corner turned over, occasional brown spot and marginal nick, some dusty margins, wide margins and text clean, overall a good set with all half-titles and portraits, each volume with the engraved book-plate of SIR CHARLES COCKERELL, BART. *GARRISON-MORTON 2884: 'From the description given by the Earl of Clarendon in his autobiography, his father, Henry Hyde, almost certainly suffered from, and died of, angina pectoris. If this is really so, it is the first recorded case. The description is reproduced in Ann.med.Hist., 1922, 4, 210.' SEE also MAJOR Classic Descriptions of Disease, 3rd. edn., pp. 416-418 quoting verbatim from The Life, 1759, pp. 9-10. SEE also WILLIUS & DRY A History of the Heart and the Circulation, pp. 85 & 388; WILLIUS & KEYS Classics of Cardiology v.I, p.219, footnote; REYNOLDS Historical Library #946 [a later edition in 8vo.]; BLAKE A Short Title Catalogue of 18th Century Books in the NLM, p.89. NOT in the Osler, Cushing or Waller collections nor the EVAN BEDFORD Cardiology Library. SEE NICOLAS BARKER The Oxford University Press and the Spread of Learning, 1978, pp. 27-28, #112 : 'The great landmark in Aldrich's management of the Press was the publication of Clarendon's History of the Rebellion . Extraordinary pains were taken with it: the text was specially transcribed from a copy made for Clarendon which was revised by the Bishop of Rochester, Thomas Sprat . [Aldrich] drew the designs for headpieces and initials which made the folio edition one of the handsomest books hitherto produced in England . the plates are still preserved [see the illustrations in Barker's book, nos. 111, 112]. SIR CHARLES COCKERELL [1755-1837], Writer for the East India Company, postmaster-general of Bengal, principal partner in a Calcutta mercantile and banking company, mayor of Evesham in 1810 and 1833, represented Evesham in Parliament in 1820 but regarded as a 'lax attender' and never having spoken in debate. He was re-elected in the 1830 election but following a petition in opposition to his election, he and Lord Kennedy were found guilty of bribery and the election declared void. In 1831 he was returned at the top of the poll in the general election and again in 1832, sitting as a Liberal until he died i n 1837. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Incitamentum & Adiumentum. Dat is Opweckinge ende Aanleydinge, Tot het uytvinden van Bequaame Middeln en Gronden Om de Zee-dycken, In Hollandt en West-Vrieslandt, tegens . te beschermen en the bevreyden.Amsterdam, heirs Paulus Matthysz, 1702. With 8 large folding engraved plates of dykes and construction designs, 1 view of Muiden by Stoopendael. With: (2) LISTINGH, Nicolaas. Incitamentum & Adiumentum Secundum, dat is Een Tweede Opwecking en Aanleiding, . van de oude magteloose Muyder-zee-dyk.Amsterdam, heirs of Paulus Matthysz, 1705. (3) LISTINGH, Nicolaas. Na brief. Amsterdam, August 25 1704. 3 work in 1 volume. 4to. Contemporary half calf, repairs to the spine.

      - Bierens de Haan 2784-2786; Cat. NHSM, p. 329; cf. v.d. Aa IV, p. 162. Rare and interesting work on dyke construction, illustrating the continuing battle of the Dutch against the sea. On April 5 1702, the dyke between Amsterdam and Muiden was breached (see plate 1). The Amsterdam advocate Nicolaas Listingh designed a new construction for the dyke to prevent the sand being washed away by the pounding of the waves. Listingh proposed the construction of partitions that were placed in oblique angles. Each partition consisted of a row of piles driven into the ground. The oblique corners would break the battering of the waves and prevent erosion. Among the 6 engravings in the first work is a view on Muiden by Stoopendael from De Zegepraalende Vecht . In the second work, Listingh describes another device, a so-called "sea forcer," aimed to break the waves before they hit the dyke. The large folding plate (59 x 49 cm), depicting this construction, is engraved by Stoopendael. Listingh defends his construction on the grounds that it is cheaper and more effective than the other proposals. The final four pages contain a letter by Listingh on dyke construction. Bookplates with text "Majorat Meuselwitz" on inside front cover; some browning and staining; plates 1,4,5 with minor tears on folds where they are attached to book with some restorations.

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        Oeuvres

      A Paris, par la Compagnie des Libraires 1702 - 2 vol. in-12 (17 x 10,2 cm), tome I : 6 ff.+ 468 pp., tome II : 6 ff.+ 516 pp., veau brun tigré, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièces de titre maroquin rouge, tranches mouchetées (reliure d'époque). Sa mort n'a pas permis à Racine de terminer la révision de cette édition. La pièce des Plaideurs offre de nombreuses variantes et le texte a été en grande partie remanié par rapport à l'édition de 1697. Esther est présentée en cinq actes. Louis Racine, le septième et dernier enfant de l'auteur, considérait cette édition comme la plus exacte de toutes. L'illustration comprend deux frontispices dont un d'après Le Brun et douze figures (une par pièce) en taille-douce dessinées et gravées par François Chauveau, d'un très bon tirage. Ornements de texte (bandeaux et culs-de-lampe). Quelques petits défauts d'usage et anciennes restaurations (coiffe sup. tome 1, et mors inf. second plat tome 2). Ex-Libris LIBER LIBRO G.H. Gabriel Hanotaux, historien, diplomate et homme politique français, né le 19 novembre 1853 à Beaurevoir et mort à Paris le 11 avril 1944. Il avait fait l'École nationale des chartes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dissertatio de Animi Affectionum Physica Causa et Loco ac de Tabaci Usu.

      Ferrara: Typis Bernardini Pomatelli, 1702. 8vo, contemporary vellum, red leather label, gilt lettering. A treatise in Latin written in 74 points or examples on the physiological and psychological effects of tobacco on humans, with an index and list of sources. Luigi Dalla Fabra (1655-1723) was a medical writer and physician in Ferrara. Edges a little rubbed; label chipped; vellum a little soiled; very nice copy.

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        Historia de Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Abrahan de La Rioja, Patrón del Obispado de Calahorra y la Calzada. Y Noticia de la Fundación y Aumentos de la Santa Iglesia Cathedral, y Ciudad Nobilisima de su nombre

      Viuda de Melchor Alvarez, Madrid 1702 - Encuadernado en pergamino en buen estado, formato folio. 14 h. 412 pág. 4 h. Portada orlada, falto de la lámina con escudo. Buen estado general [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Unterhaltungen Der Andacht zu dem Hochheiligsten Sacrament Deß Altars. Aus dem französischen Büchlein R. P Joann: Crasset Soc. JESU.

      Gedruckt bey Maria Magdalena Rauchin, München 1702 - kl.8° 288 S., Von einem auß gemeldter Societet ins Teutsch übersetzt Anno 1702. Permissu Superiorum. Ganzlederbändchen mit 2 Metallschließen Kapitale, Rücken sowie Deckel etwas berieben u. bestoßen, oberes Kapital leicht lädiert, vorderes Gelenk etwas gelockert, einige sehr wenige Seiten mit anstr. in Blei, guter Zustand - äußerst selten!

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        STATUS MEDIOLANI

      1702. Piccola ma assai curiosa carta dello Stato di Milano raffigurata su di un grande arazzo sorretto dall'aquila austriaca, che lo stringe fra i suoi artigli; ai lati due soldati spagnoli sono invitati a togliere le mani dai suoi possedimenti. Si trova inserita nell'opera "Das Neu-geharnischte Meyland oder umstanliche Bescheibund des jezt von Krieg Staats Meylands..." stampata a Norimberga nel 1702 da Germanus Adlerhold.Bibliografia: Cremonini, p. 68, n. 52, fig. a p. 69.

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        \"December - Mensis XII\". Gesamtansicht, im Vordergrund große Darstellung einer bäuerlichen Familie beim Schlachten.

       Kupferstich von C.G. Amling nach Peter Candid, 1702, 23 x 33,5 cm. Maillinger I,769; Lentner 16583. - Schöner Kupferstich nach den zwischen 1612 und 1614 geschaffenen Monatsteppichen. - Noch guter Abzug mit Rändchen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Niederbayern

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        \"September - Mensis IX\". Gesamtansicht, im Vordergrund Bauern mit allerlei Vieh, im Mittelgrund Jäger bei der Hasenjagd.

       Kupferstich von C.G. Amling nach Peter Candid, 1702, 23 x 33,5 cm. Maillinger I,769; Lentner 15485a. - Schöner Kupferstich nach den zwischen 1612 und 1614 geschaffenen Monatsteppichen. - Links hinterlegter Randeinriß, rechts leichte Quetschfalte im Druck. Mit Rändchen um die Plattenkante. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Tryals per Pais, Or the Law of England Concerning Juries by Nisi Prius [etc.]. The Fourth Edition [bound with] Tryals per Pais in Capital Matters: Or, Some Brief and Useful Observations Relating to Such Tryals

      Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins [etc.]. First 18th century edition of the first substantial treatise on the English jury and the English law of evidence, deservedly popular for over a century, bound with the first edition of one of the earliest works devoted exclusively to capital cases. Contemporary calf, quite worn, rebacked, ex-The Hartland Library, definite foxing and browning, yet a usable copy; with the imprimatur leaf. Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins [etc.], London, 1702.

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        Mémoires de la dernière révolution d'Angleterre, contenant l'abdication de Jacques II., l'évènement de S. M. le roi Guillaume III a la couronne, & plusieurs choses arrivées sous son règne. Par Mr. L.B.T

      Chez les frères l'Honoré. First edition, rare. Illustrated with a frontispiece, 8 portraits for Volume I, and 3 for the second (not included in the pagination). Title pages in red and black. Full Calf blond glossy contemporary. Back to nerves ornate. Part of title and volume number in red morocco. Small gaps in caps. A lack of a cm lower joint in fairing. Corners bumped. Briefs covering 1649 to 1689 years, the last three years occupying the bulk of the book. We found numerous documents translated from English in two volumes. Excellent story, well composed and written. Copy from the library of the Lebailly Vieuville hit with this inscription in gold letters on two boards: Book of the library of Mr. Lebailly the Vieuville, which was a great collector and bibliophile of the late seventeenth century, including large binders are Condé museum. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez les frères l'Honoré A La Haye 1702 2 tomes in 12 (9,3x16cm) (22) 712pp. ((18) et (2) 729pp. (7) deux volumes reliés

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        La guerre d'Italie, ou memoires du Comte D ***. Contenant quantité de choses particulières qui se sont passées dans les cours d'Allemagne, de France, d'Espagne, de Savoïe & d'Italie

      New edition, after the original 1702 published by the same publisher. Illustrated four folding maps, one of Italy with its various kingdoms and republics. Full contemporary calf. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. A slight lack in mind. Slot in the upper joint tail. A torn map of Mantua. Friction. Pretty good copy. The war in Italy is an excellent narrative, teeming with picturesque details; it begins in a very romantic way to tell before starting the battles of Piedmont, Turin and Milan, and the political intrigues between Spain, France, the Duke of Savoy and the duchies of Italy. The book draws indeed two records, memoirs and historical genre, and they will find love affairs, many trips and descriptions as a rigorous account of battles and armies in Italy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Pierre Marteau A Cologne 1707 in-12 (9x16cm) 535pp. relié

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        DE STOEL DES OORLOGS IN ITALIEN, WAAR IN VERTOONT WERDEN DE STAAT VAN MILANO, DE REPUBLICEN VAN VENETIEN EN GENOVA, DE LANDEN VAN PARMA, MANTOVA, MODENA, FERRARA, EN ANDERE MET HAARE GRENSEN...

      1702. Grande carta dell'Italia settentrionale in bella coloritura coeva all'acquerello. In alto al centro è riportato il titolo, ed ai lati, rispettivamente alla sinistra e alla destra, sono riportati i segni convenzionali e le scale metriche. Stato che riporta l'indicazione editoriale Petrum Schenk Junior. Pieghe editoriali.Bibliografia: Marinelli, n. 934; Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 3047; Colombo-Rondanini-GRSD, pp. 31-32; Davoli - Sanfelici - Zanasi, p. 90, n. 36

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        Archeologia graeca sive veterum graecorum praecipue vero atheniensium, ritus ciciles, religiosi, militares et domestici

      Excudit Petrus Vander. First Latin edition. 1 illustrated frontispiece and 9 large plates are not included in the pagination with 41 figures, depicting scenes of battles, ships, war machines ... Full Vellum time, back to Jansenist nerves (as in black pen) , large central medallion on the boards with cold frames and lilies in the spandrels. Vellum bearing tasks. Some pages are pitting and traces of yellow foxing in lower margin. Upper joint split largely lower joint split tail, without missing a tear to a box, despite these defects nice copy. After publishing notes on Plutarch and Basil Potter (1674-1747) published his graeca archeologia 2 in 8 volumes in English in 1698. The book was a reference to Greek archeology until the mid-nineteenth century. This Hellenistic later became Archbishop of Canterbury. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Excudit Petrus Vander Lugdunum Batavorum(Leyde) 1702 in-folio (41x26cm) (5f.) 394pp. (7f.). relié

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