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        Carte Des Pays-Bas Catholiques Dressée sur un grand nombre de Cartes particulieres faites sur les lieux ou les limites sont exactement marquées suivant les derniers Traitéz Par Guillaume De l'Isle Geographe de l'Academie Royale des Sciences A Paris Chez l'Auteuer Rue des Canettes prez de St. Sulpice avec Privilege du Roy pour 20 ans. M.DCCII.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Guillaume de L' Isle in Paris, dat. 1702, 47 x 62,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 353f (Seltener 1. Zustand mit der Verlegeradresse "Rue des Canettes prez de St. Sulpice"). - Zeigt die Spanische Niederlande mit dem heutigen Gebiet von Belgien und Luxembourg in der Begrenzung Rotterdam, Calais, Köln und Reims. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Seltener Zustand der Karte. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Arte de la Lengua Moxa, con su Vocabulario, y Cathecismo [bound with] Cathecismo menor en Lengua Española, y Moxa

      - The first edition of the first work on the language of the Moxos, and the only one for 200 years; printed in Lima, in its contemporary binding. N.d. [1702]. Lima. Joseph de Contreras. In 12mo (150 mm x 95 mm). 1 [blank] + 16 pp. + 664; 202 + 1 ff. Contemporary Peruvian limp vellum, spine lettered in ink, head of spine slightly chipped; perished stamp on front board. A fine copy in entirely genuine condition; purchase note on front pastedown “Sold by AAS”. First edition. Marban’s is a very rare and singularly important vocabulary of the Moxos language, the first of its kind and the only one for almost two centuries. The catechism, present herein, is usually lacking. The Arte is notable both as an important linguistic piece and an early South American imprint. "The language of the nation of the province of 'los Moxos,' in Bolivia, South America. Their language is related to the Maipure. This is the only work on the subject" (Sabin). “Hasta hace poco este era el unico libro impreso referente a la lengua de los Moxos” (Medina). The book is undated, Sabin records the date as 1701, while Medina believes it to be 1702; quite possibly, Medina is more accurate. A manuscript note on the front free endpaper of the present copy indicates it was purchased by the noted London firm, Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., in 1918, while a stamp on the front pastedown gives evidence it was later sold by the American Antiquarian Society. “Como hermano en la Compañía llego a Sevilla en 1671 desde el Colegio de esa ciudad, a fin de embarcarse para Indias en la misión que conducía a Chile el P. Lorenzo Arizabalo. Destinosele luego de su llegada al Colegio de S. Pablo de Lima, mas tarde a las misiones de Juli, y últimamente a la de los Mojos” (Medina). Palau, 150837 & 150838 (giving them as separate works). Medina, Lima, 712. Sabin, 44465. OCLC 44821383. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        AUGUSTÆ REGIÆQUE SABAUDIÆ DOMUS ARBOR GENTILITIA REGIÆ CELSITUDINI VICTORI AMEDEO II SABAUDIÆ DUCI, PEDEMONTIJ PRINCIPI, CYPRI REGI & C.

      TORINO, IO. BAPTISTA ZAPPATA, 1702 - Elegante legatura ottocentesca in piena pelle rossa; ai piatti, ampio stemma marchionale non identificato e triplice filetto in oro; dorso a sei scomparti a nervi rilevati con autore, titolo e raffinati fregi fitomorfi; tagli dorati; dentelle interne e guardie marmorizzate  settecentesche. Mancanza dell'antiporta figurata e incisa su rame con al centro, su un piedistallo, armi sabaude sormontate da grande corona reale, fregiate del collare della SS. Annunziata (Jul. Caesar Granpinus inv. et delin., G. Tasniere sculps. Taur. 1703); 208 pagine numerate compreso il frontespizio con una grande marca tipografica di I. B. Zappata silografata; seguono 36 tavole fuori testo, di cui solo le prime  33 numerate, superbamente incise all'acquaforte da G. Tasniere, raffiguranti ritratti a mezzo busto, dei conti e duchi sabaudi da Beroldo e Umberto (X-XI sec.) a Vittorio Amedeo II (XVIII sec.), tavola 33; le ultime 3 tavole, rarissime perchè eseguite a posteriori e fino a un secolo dopo l'edizione originale, raffigurano Carlo Emanuele III (con data 1773), Vittorio Amedeo III (su disegno di Visca e incisa da Cagnoni) e  Carlo Emanuele IV (incisa da Valperga in epoca ottocentesca).  Ogni raffigurazione (tranne l'ultima) è accompagnata da un'ampia legenda biografica ed ogni ritratto è iscritto entro un medaglione circondato da bordure. Nel testo, testatine, capilettera istoriati e grandi finalini a silografia. Bella e pregiata opera, elegantemente ornata, di storia gentilizia; il testo, a seconda del sovrano descritto, è in francese (corsivo) o in latino (tondo). Lo scritto è particolarmente impreziosito dall'apparato iconografico non solo ben completo delle prime 33 tavole (che raramente si trova con più di 30 tavole, come indica il Manno), ma con l'aggiunta delle ultime 3 tavole dei sovrani che si sono succeduti dopo la prima edizione. Evidentemente, all'inizio dell'Ottocento il volume originario è stato integrato delle ultime tre tavole e rilegato sontuosamente alle armi di un marchese piemontese.  Esemplare in buone condizioni complessive; al frontespizio, ampio risarcimento laterale da restauro lontano dal testo; abile risarcimento da restauro  all'angolo superiore di pag. 7; molte pagine di testo oggetto di grinzature; gora all'angolo interno superiore delle tavole, altrimenti molto fresco e con le tavole ben incise. 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht ('Upsal, Een Aerts-bischoppelyke Stad in Zweden, beroemt door hare Academie. - Upsala, Urbs Archiepiscopalis in Suecia, Academia sua nobilis. - Pet. Schenk - Amstel. C.P.').

      - Kupferstich mit Bordüre v. Petrus Schenk aus Hecatompolis . b. Petrus Schenk in Amsterdam, 1702, 21,3 x 25,6 Fauser, Repertorium älterer Topographie. Druckgraphik von 1486 bis 1750, Bd. II, S. 816, Nr. 14497. - Die Vedute zeigt eine Gesamtansicht der Universitätsstadt Uppsala in Schweden. - Unter der Ansicht niederländisch-lateinische Bildunterschrift; daneben links u. rechts Verlegeradresse von P. Schenk. - Seltene Vedute in tadelloser Erhaltung. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Les Origines de la Ville de Caen, et des Lieux circonvoisins.

      Rouen, Maurry. 1702 - In- 8 ; 19 ff. n. ch. (dont table des chapitres)- 652 pp.- 22 ff. n. ch. (table des matières)- 1 f. (corrections et additions) ; basane fauve mouchetée, dos lisse orné, dentelle or autour des plats, roulette or intérieure, filet or sur les coupes, rel. tout début XIXème. Ed. originale rare. Une seconde éd., plus courante, paraîtra en 1706, augmentée d' un plan. Huet, évêque d' Avranches, né à Caen en 1630, fondateur, en 1662, de l' Académie de Physique de Caen, esprit brillant, érudit aussi surdoué que cassant, voir les conditions du décès de son pourtant ami Samuel Bochart. Qq. piqûres, qq. ff. légèrement brunis, ex libris de J. Tarbé de Saint Hardouin. Très bon ex. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thierry Gauville]
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        Biblia Sacra vulgatae editionis Sixti V Pont. Max. jussu recognita, et Clementis VIII auctoritate edita.

      sumptibus Jacobi Bertani 1702 6 volumi in - 8° (cm. 16,5), graziose legature coeve in p. pelle con titolo in oro su tasselli marocchino, nervi e ricche decorazioni in oro ai dorsi e ai bordi, tagli rossi, contropiatti in splendida carta floreale settecentesca (differente a ogni tomo); primi 5 voll. di Antico Testamento in paginazione continua per complessive pp. [10] 5342 [i.e. 2644] [200]; il sesto volume di Nuovo Testamento pp. 632; al vol. 1 antiporta calcografica di Isabella Piccini; marca tipografica in legno al front., centinaia di incisioni calcografiche intercalate n.t. a un terzo di pagina. Usuali e lievi bruniture e sporadiche fioriture. Bell'edizione veneziana di inizio Settecento della Vulgata, riprende il testo girolamino procurato sotto papa Sisto V, poi corretto e riveduto sotto il pontificato di Clemente VIII. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Memoires d'Artillerie, 2 volumes, Amsterdam, 1702 où il est traité des mortiers, petards, arquebuses à croc, mousquets, fusils, &c. & de ce qui peut servir à l'execution & au service de toutes ces armes, des bombes, carcasses, grenades, &c. de la fonte des pieces, de la fabrication du salpestre & de la poudre, des ponts, des mines, des charettes & chariots, des chevaux, & generalement de tout ce qui depend de l'artillerie tant par mer que par terre, de l'arrangement des magasins, la formation des equipages & des parcs à la suite des armées & pour les sièges, de la marche des equipages, & leur disposition dans un jour de combat, la manière de deffendre les places, & le devoir des officiers, &c.

      Pierre Mortier, Amsterdam 1702 - 2nd edition (first was printed 1697). 2 volumes, small quarto, contemporary calf with raised bands, gilt spine compartments, red spine labels, marbled pastedowns, pp. (18), 348, (6), 386 (2) pp., with frontispiece in first volume and 184 of 185 plates and tables (some 2-to-a- sheet), missing only the plate at p. 234 of the second volume. Many of the plates are folding and are large engraved views, plans, etc. Very good, light scuffing to boards, spines remarkably bright, joints and hinges tight, minor occasional soil, a handful of the folding plates have short clean tears, otherwise a lovely set. Cannons, cannonballs, gunpowder, strategy, forging, etc. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Geöffnete Ritter-Platz: Des eröfneten Ritter-Platz. Anderer Theil , Welcher zu Fortsetzung der vorigen noch andere galante Wissenschaften anweiset. Insonderheit was bey Machinen Arsenalen Antiqvitäten und Bibliotheqven.

      Schiller, Hamburg 1702 - (.Hauptsächliches und Merckwürdiges zu beobachten vorfället / welchem beygefügt: Die Historie der heutigen Religionen und allgemeinen Rechts-Geschichte.// = 6 Teile in einem Band ) Mit Titelkupfe und 2. n.n. Blättern ( Incl. Haupttitel ): Das *neu-eröfnete Machinenhauss* mit 4 n.n. Blättern, 93 Seiten und 9 Kupfertafeln ( Tafel 9 am Außenrand unter kleinem Bildverlust beschädigt ) / *Das neu-eröfnete Arsenal* mit 143 Seiten und zusammen 7 Kupferfafeln ( wohl so vollständig ) /*Das geöfnete Antiquitäten-Zimmer* mit 174 Seiten mit 1 gefalteten Tafeln und zahlreichen teils blattgroßen Textholzschnitten / *Die neu-eröfnete Bibliothec* mit 6 n.n Blätttern, 276 Seiten / Johan Groning *Historie der heutigen Religionen* mit 4 n.n. Blättern und 255 Seiten und einigen teils blattgroßen Textholzschnitten / Samuel Reyhe: *Kurtz gefasste Allgemeine Rechtsgeschichte* mit 120 Seiten. Jeweils mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten. Zuswammen in einem Original-Pergamentband auf 5 Bünden, 8° ( 15,5 x 9 cm ). Der Einband am schmalen Einbandrücken mit alter Titelprägung *Der Geöfnete Ritter Plattz, II. Theil*, etwas fleckig, leicht berieben. Innen alter Besitzvermerk auf dem Vorsatz, Seiten teils gebräunt, teils etwas fleckig, wenige Seiten etwas stockfleckig. Die Kupfertafeln teils etwas fleckig bzw. stockfleckig, einige der Kupfertafeln zum Arsenal stärker berieben, 1 Tafeln des ersten Teils ( wie erwähnt ) beschädigt, wenige Seiten etwas angeknickt. Insgesamt guter Zustand. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Essay sur les maladies des dents, ou l?on propose les moyens de leur procurer une bonne confirmation dès la plus tendre enface, & d?en assurer la conservation tout le cours de la vie. Avec une letter où l?on discute quelques opinions particulieres de l?auteur de l?orthopedie.

      Complete with errata, approbation and permission du Roi. Calf - backed marbled boards; a fine copy. First edition. Disappointed with Fuchard?s work, Bunon was the first to perform specialized odontological research as well as to address such issues such as the development and care of children?s teeth, and dental hypoplasia (caused by childhood diseases). For the prevention of tooth decay, he writes that after caries, dental tartar is the most potent enemy to the vitality of the teeth. In addition, he includes the first dental pharmacopeia. Of special interest was Bunon?s proposal to substitute the word legs for that of dental roots. Bunon (1702 - 1748), a French dentist, was an ardent champion of conservative dentistry and prophylaxis and succeeded in converting many medical men to his views. ?Anyone who takes the trouble of reading Bunon?s works attentively cannot help admiring his depth of insight, his spirit of observation, his exquisite clinical sense, and his ingenuity? (Guerini, A History of Dentistry, p. 342).

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        Memoires d'artillerie, ou il est traite des mortiers, petards, arquebuses a croc, mousquets, fusils, & de ce qui peut servir a l'execution & au service de toutes ces armes; des bombes, carcasses, grenades, &c.

      Amsterdam, Mortier, 1702.. 2 Bde. 9 Bll., 348 S.; 3 Bll., 386 S., 1 Bl. mit einigen Vignetten in Kupferstich. 1 Kupfer-Frontisp., 179 (teils gefalt, teils doppelblattgr.) Kupfertafeln und 7 gefalt. Tabellen. Gr.-8°. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsldr. der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln (berieben, leicht fleckig und bestoßen, die linke Ecke des hinteren Deckels von Bd. 1 alt ergänzt).. Die erste Ausgabe erschein 1697 in Paris. - "... gelangte mit Recht als maßgebendes Handbuch für die artilleristische Technik zu hohem Ansehen"(Jähns II, 1231). - Pierre Surirey de Saint-Remy drafted a full inventory of artillery rules and a techniques in his Memoires d'artillerie. He noted the smallest details of military life, from the calibre of cannonballs to the distribution of munitions among the troops. The many plates illustrate various weapons and show shops or arsenals. - Pierre Surirey de Saint-Remy apparait donc comme un artilleur et un auteur a part. Sa demarche n'est pas celle d'un theoricien cherchant a imposer ses idees, mais celle d'un homme du serail (donc incontestable au sein de l'Artillerie) souhaitant faire la synthese des connaissances et des pratiques de son epoque pour permettre a tous les officiers d'artillerie d'y avoir acces. Dans cette optique, il atteint son objectif, sans doute au dela de ses esperances, car pratiquement tous les artilleurs francais du XVIIIe siecle le liront, si ce n'est completement du moins en partie. Cette troisieme edition augmentee permet aux Memoires d'artillerie de rester un ouvrage de reference tout au long de ce siecle. Il n'est donc pas exagere d'affirmer que Surirey de Saint-Remy a contribue a la formation de plusieurs generations d'officiers reconnus comme etant les meilleurs d'Europe. Pour cette raison, il reste incontournable pour toute etude de l'artillerie de cette epoque. - Vorsatz und Frontispiz mit Wurmgang (geringer Bildverlust). Leicht gebräunt oder fleckig, vereinzelte kleinste Randläsuren (ohne Text- oder Bildverlust). Buchblock von Bd. 2 leicht angebrochen. Schönes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe Buchhandlung & Antiquari]
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        OBRAS de.Divididas en dos Tomos, 1/ El criticon, El Discreto, El Politico Fernando el Catholico, El Heroe. 2/ La agudeza y arte de ingenio, Oraculo manual y arte de prudencia, El comulgatorio de varias Meditaciones de la sagrada Comunión.

      H. y C. Verdussen, Amberes 1702 - 2 Tomos en 1 Vol. 23x17, texto a dos columnas. 3h (incl. port.), 502p = 4h (incl. port.), 372p, 2h. Capitulares, colofones. Muchos rastros de humedad. Piel con nervios y tejuelos, superlibris en ambos planos, det. - Palau 106843. 1702

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        Orpheus Britannicus. A Collection of All the Choicest Songs for One, Two, and Three Voices, Compos'd by Mr. Henry Purcell. Together, with Such Symphonies for Violins or Flutes, as Were by Him Design'd for Any of Them: and a Through-bass to Each Song; Figur'd for the Organ, Harpsichord, or Theorbo-lute

      London: Printed by William Pearson. 1702-06. Hardcover. Two volumes in one. Volume one is the second edition with large additions; volume two is the first edition. 286pp; 176pp (with some pagination errors). Contemporary full paneled calf, spine with six raised bands, gold decorations, and with a new morocco label lettered in gold. Some wear to extremities, names on front free endpaper. A very good copy.; Folio .

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        Anti-Scepticism: Or, Notes Upon Each Chapter of Mr Lock's Essay Concerning Humane Understanding With an Explication of all the Particulars of which he Treats, and in the same Order

      UK: R. Clavel and C. Harper. London, Printed for R. Clavel and C. Harper, 1702. First edition and first impression. [xxxii] 140 201-236 235-342pp, collates complete. Rubbing to original boards (spine relaid). Stamp to both boards. Five raised bands. Browning and foxing to various leaves, but decent overall. . Very Good. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1702.

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        Der geöffnete Ritter - Platz worinnendie vornehmste Ritterliche Wissenschafte und Übungen (von 1702 )

      Hamburg , bey Benjamin Schillern , Buchhändler im Dohm Erscheinungsjahr 1702 - Format 8° Enthält 7 insich abgeschlossen Teile : 12. S. Vorbericht , 1. " Die geöffnete Festung " 132 S. + 20 Kupfer , 2. " Die geöffnet Baumeister - Akademie " : 185 S. + 6.S. Register + 4 Kupfer , 3. " Der geöffnete Seehafen " 176 S. + 5 teils mehrfach gefaltete Kupfer mit einem Kriegsschiff bzw. Details von diesem + 14 Kupfer mit 80 Flaggenabbildungen und kurzen Erläuterungen dazu ,4. " Das geöffnete Münzkabinett ( Gröning ) und Die neu eröfnete Historie der Modernen Medaillen " 132 S.mit einigen Abbildungen im Text + 312 S. ebenfalls mut diversen Abbildungen im Text , 5. " " Der geöffnete Reitstall " 100 S. + 1 gefaltetes Kupfer und 6. " Das geöffnete Jäger - Haus " 82 S., alle Titelblätter natürlich mit wesentlich längerem Titel als hier zitiert !! , Originalpergament mit Rückentitel , durchgängig etwas gebräunt , Vorsätze neu und 6 Seiten mit Chinapapier hinterlegt , einige Eselsohren , Schnitt unregelmäßig und Buchblock etwas gelockert , Einband nachgedunkelt , insgesamt relativ gutes Exemplar

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        Der Curieuse Pfropff- und Oculir-Meister/ So da anweiset/ wie eine vollkommene Baum-Schule und Pflantz-Garten anzulegen/ und zu unterhalten sey/ ingleichen/ wie man gesäete wilde Stämme pfropffen und oculiren/ auch wie man die Bäume wohl pflantzen/ folgends beschneiden/ und alsdann schöne Früchte erlangen soll: Deme noch beygefüget Der Wohl untersuchte Kraut- und Blumengärtner/ Anfangs beschrieben in Frantzösischer/ anietzo aber in unser Deutschen Mutter-Sprache übersetzet/ und nach Deutschlandes Gebrauch eingerichtet/ von einem sonderbahren Gartenliebhaber.

      Gottfried Freytag,, Hannover und Wolffenbüttel, 1702 - Hannover und Wolffenbüttel, Gottfried Freytag, 1702. 14,2 cm. Gestochenes Frontispiz, Tbl r&s, 10 Bll., 216, 158 S., 4 Bll. Mit 2 geschn. Kartuschen. Neuer Halbleder-Franzband auf zwei echten Bünden unter Verwendung der Original-Buchenholzdeckel! Gut. Frontispiz, Titel und erste Seite an unterer Ecke mit kleiner ergänzter Randfehlstelle. Seiten gdunkelt und im Satzspiegel teils gebräunt. Einige Seiten mit kleinem Wurmfraß, mit wenigen schwachen Ausnahmen Seiten sauber. Schönes Exemplar. Frontisp. m. pfropfendem Gärtner und Tuch "Curieuser PflantzGarten Fruchttragender Bäume". S.136-158 Gedicht über den Obstbau von Rhagor (Rhagorius). Der 2. Teil "Kraut- und Blumengarten" [aus Roll 1687] ohne Kapitelnumerierung. Bedeutendes Gartenbuch aufbauend auf den langjährigen praktischen Erfahrungen des Verfassers unter kritischer Würdingung der Bücher von Rhagor und Mollet. Der Verlag brachte auch später die Bücher von Aengelen (Engelen) und Oosten heraus. Wimmer/Lauterbach 138. Beigebunden: [Anonym] Vorschlag und Probe Wie Lustiger und artiger Schertz/ bey Gesprächen auch in den allerwichtigsten Materien wohl anzubringen. Aus Englischer in Frantzösische und jetzo in die Hochteutsche Sprache übersetzt. Frankfurt a. Mayn, Domenico von Sand, 1710. Gest. Frontispiz, 4 Bll., 156 S. Interessante und sehr seltene Anleitung, wie aufklärerische Argumente, namentlich bezieht sich der Verfasser auf Thomas Hobbes, ins lächerliche zu ziehen seien. Die versteckte Beibindung dieses politischen Buches macht den Band zu einem geschichtlichen Zeugnis: So war das Werk dem Besitzer verfügbar, ohne dass dies in der Bibliothek für Dritte erkennbar war. Eine Tradition der Tarnung, die bis in die heutigen Diktaturen nachweislich ist. Sprache: deu Gut. Frontispiz, Titel und erste Seite an unterer Ecke mit kleiner ergänzter Randfehlstelle. Seiten gdunkelt und im Satzspiegel teils gebräunt. Einige Seiten mit kleinem Wurmfraß, mit wenigen schwachen Ausnahmen Seiten sauber. Schönes Exemplar. Neuer Halbleder-Franzband auf zwei echten Bünden unter Verwendung der Original-Buchenholzdeckel! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Speculum Coelestis Hierusalem Evangelicum oder Evangelischer Himels-Spiegel. Das ist: Feyertags-Predigen, darinn als in einem Spiegel aller H.H. Apostel und anderer Heiligen.Erster Theil.

      Lochner, Nürnberg 1702 - ( Der vorliegende Erste Teil ist offenbar alles Erschienene ). Mit einem Titelkupfer, Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt, 8 n.n. Blätter, 600 Seiten mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten, 14 n.n. Blätter Index, Pergamentband der Zeit ( mit einer (von 2) noch vorhandenen Schließe ), 8° (21,5 x 16,5 cm ). Der Einband stark fleckig und berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Bindung stärker gelockert, Einbandrücken mit Beschädigungen und altem Bibliotheksschild. Innen Besitzvermerke von alter Hand auf Vorsatz und Titelblatt, erste Seiten stärker gelockert, Seiten teils etwas stockfleckig oder gering braunfleckig, 2 Seiten etwas stärker fleckig. Insgesamt innen aber recht guter Zustand. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 900 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Historische Bilder Bibel, vorstellend die Geschiche des Patriachen und Väter ... Altes Testaments wie auch was in dem Neuen Testament beschrieben ... andächtiger Beschaung mit Fleiß gezeichnet in Kupfer gestochen. In fünf Theilen.

      Augsburg,Krauss 1702.. 188 S. mit 181 meist zweigeteilten Kupfertafeln, gestochenem Titel und 6 gestochenen Zwischentiteln. Ld. der Zeit, Einband stark berieben und bestoßen, fleckig und wurmstichig, Vortitel mit Besitzvermek, S. 1 an Stelle S. 4 eingebunden, Titelblatt mit starken Knickspuren, Seiten mit (teilweise geklebten) Einrissen und Randschäden (einige wenige Illustrationen sind darurch beschädigt),duchgänig stark stock- und fingerfleckig, etliche Seiten mit Wasserflecken, insgesamt noch durchaus ordentlich erhalten.. Die einzelnen Kupfertafeln stellen biblische Szenen aus dem Alten und Neuen Testament dar. Die Tafeln sind zumeist in zwei bildliche Darstellungen geteilt. In der oberen Tafelhälfte Abbildung einer historischen Szene die in der unteren Bildhälfte allegorisch illustriert wird. Zwischen den beiden Darstellungen ein Vers zur Erläuterung.

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        "Arx Berolinensis". Gesamtansicht des Königlichen Schlosses nach Plänen von A. Schlüter, oben Inschrift, unten Verse.

      . Kupferstich nach Zeichnung von S. Blesendorf bei Petrus Schenk, Amsterdam, 1702, 21 x 25 cm.. Aus "Hecatompolis sive totius orbis Terrarum oppida". - Vermutlich nach dem ersten Entwurf des Barockarchitekten zur Umgestaltung des Schlosses.

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        Primera Parte y Segunda Parte del Teatro de los Dioses de la Gentilidad.

      Barcelona, en la Imprenta de Juan Pablo Marti, por Francisco Barnola Impressor, 1702. - Dos volúmenes en 4to.; 4 hs., 679 pp., 4 hs. + 2 hs., 590 pp., 3 hs. Pérdida puntual de alguna letra en el margen inferior interno de peliminares y ocho páginas iniciales del tomo segundo. Encuadernación en pergamino de la época. Lomera perdida en el segundo tomo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUCIONS, CAPITOLS, Y ACTES DE CORT, FETAS, Y ATORGATS PER LA S.C.R. MAGESTAT DEL REY NOSTRE SENYOR DON FELIP IV DE ARAGÓ, V DE CASTELLA, COMTE DE BARCELONA, &c. En la primera Cort, celebrada als Cathalans, en la Ciutat de Barcelona, en lo Monastir de Sant Francesch, en los anys 1701 y 1702.

      Estampa de Rafael Figuerò. Barcelona, 1702 - . 30 cm. [12], 100 pàg. Escut gravat a la portada. Caplletres. Enq. en pergamí, llom retolat. Portada restaurada. Marques d'anterior posseïdor. Constitucions, Catalunya, història de Catalunya Història de Catalunya Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

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        Primera Parte y Segunda Parte del Teatro de los Dioses de la Gentilidad

      Barcelona, en la Imprenta de Juan Pablo Marti, por Francisco Barnola Impressor, 1702. Dos volúmenes en 4to.; 4 hs., 679 pp., 4 hs. + 2 hs., 590 pp., 3 hs. Pérdida puntual de alguna letra en el margen inferior interno de peliminares y ocho páginas iniciales del tomo segundo. Encuadernación en pergamino de la época. Lomera perdida en el segundo tomo.

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        Königliches Freyberg in Meissen, in einer beliebten Kürtze vorstellend. Den zu jetziger Zeit darinnen befindlichen... Berg- und Creyß-Amts; Wie auch Policey- und Kirchenstaat. Leipzig, D. Fleischern 1702. Kl. 8°. 70 S. mit gest. Frontispiz, Umschl.

      . . Eymer 156.- Selten (über KVK nur 2 Ex. in Deutschland nachweisbar).- Das Frontispiz mit einer Ansicht v. Freiberg gest. v. Christian Portmann.- Meist etw. wasserfleckig, letzte 4 Bll. mit Eckabriss.

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        Nouveau Voyage D'Italie

      1702. ITALY. MISSON, François-Maximilien. Nouveau Voyage D'Italie, Avec un Memoire contenant des avis utiles à ceux qui voudront faire le mesme voyage. Three volumes. [54], 339, [21]; 356, [24]; 414, [20] pp. With with 37 fold-out engraved plates, and 40 full-page engraved plates. 12mo., 170 x 110 mm, bound in contemporary full speckled brown calf, raised bands, spine stamped in gilt. Den Haag (La Haye): Henry van Bulderen, 1702. |~||~||~||~||~| Fourth Edition of Vols 1 & 2, Second Edition of Vol 3. François-Maximilien Misson (ca. 1650-1722), a Protestant from Lyon, was forced to seek refuge with his family in England upon the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. His father became a minister within the Huguenot community of London, and Misson found employment as tutor to Charles Butler, later Earl of Arran. It was with his pupil that Misson undertook the Grand Tour of which he gave an account in this book. The two traveled to Italy via Rotterdam, Cologne, Munich and Innsbruck, crossing the Brenner Pass, then to Verona and Venice, visiting points of interest in and near Naples, making a long visit to Rome, and returning via Bologna, Milan, Genoa, Turin, Geneva, Strasbourg and Brussels. His work, in the form of a series of letters, describes every locale visited and is "resoundingly modern" in tone, containing an orderly account of "first-hand factual observations… augmented by the critical perspective of a protestant travelling through a Catholic country" (Oxford DNB). First published in 1691, translated into English in 1695, the work was hugely popular and was frequently reprinted with additions and enlargements. The fine engraved plates show detailed and accurate views of the principal sites from the major Italian and other European cities, monuments, objects, animals and plants of local interest, and regional costumes. The third volume contains a "Memoire" for prospective tourists with sections on France, Flanders, and Vesuvius, an alphabetical index of cities, a guide to the principal fairs and markets in various European cities, and lists of most important luxury goods found in various Italian cities, with a blank folding plate for the reader's own additions. Rossetti 7095. Fossati Bellani 363.

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        Privilegia Londini: Or, The Laws, Customs, and Priviledges of the

      1702. "London is Indeed a Very Happy City" [Bohun, William]. Privilegia Londini: Or, The Laws, Customs, And Privileges of the City of London. Wherein are Set Forth All the Charters From King William I. to Present Majesty William III, All Their General and Particular Customs, Viz. Against Foreigners, Of a Feme Sole Merchant, Of Disfranchisements of Freemens Wills, Of Executors and Administrators, Of Fining Those that Refuse Their Office, Of Market Overt, Of Prisage, &c. The Nature of By-Laws, What are Good, What are Not, And How Pleadable, With Several Special Cases Relating to the Same. Also of Masters and Appentices, Variety of Cases, And Pleading Thereon. Likewise the Manner of Proceeding in Attachments, Pleadings in Foreign Attachments, With Several Cases Thereof, And Forms of Pleadings Thereon, The Custom of Orphans in Several Remarkable Cases. Together with the Practice of All the Courts, With the Fees Thereunto Belonging. As Also the Exact Table of Fees, As They were Given in by Order of the Court of Aldermen, Under the Hands of the Severeal Prothonotaries, Secondaries, Attornies, And Clerk-Sitters in Both Compters, Keepers of Woodstreet and Poultry Compters, And Ludgate. With Several Other Useful Matters Relating Thereunto. Necessary for All Merchants, Tradesmen, Citizens, And Others. London: Printed for D. Brown, and J. Walthoe, 1702. [iv], 472, [16] pp. Two-page bookseller list bound at beginning of text. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Later buckram, lettering piece to spine, endpapers added, hinges reinforced. Light soiling and shelfwear, light browning and foxing to text, moderate edgewear to publisher list, light edgewear to title page and index leaves. Brief early annotations to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to boards and endleaves, bookplate to front pastedown, small perforated stamp of title page. * First edition. "London is generally look'd upon to be not only the most Magnificent, but withal the most happy City in Europe. (...) London is indeed a very happy City; happy in the enjoyment of many Royal Priviledges and immunities, and happy in many excellent Laws peculiar to her self; her only Unhappiness is, that her Laws &c. are either confin'd within Old Charters, in Words not very intelligible, which I have taken care to explain; or scatter'd about in such little parcels and frag

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        A Short View of the Chronology of the Old Testament, & of the Harmony of the Four Evangelists

      Unitersity-Press By B. Tooke, 1702, Hardcover (Full Leather), Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First EditionFull leather, quite scuffed, edges worn, front cover detached, back hinge weak. Paper little age toned though not brittle, stitching tight. Whiston is best know as the translator of Josephus. This work is uncommon. Size: Square 8vo 8" to 9". 545 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; 18th century; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 6218.

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        Privilegia Londini: Or, The Laws, Customs, and Priviledges of the.

      1702 - "London is Indeed a Very Happy City" [Bohun, William]. Privilegia Londini: Or, The Laws, Customs, And Privileges of the City of London. Wherein are Set Forth All the Charters From King William I. to Present Majesty William III, All Their General and Particular Customs, Viz. Against Foreigners, Of a Feme Sole Merchant, Of Disfranchisements of Freemens Wills, Of Executors and Administrators, Of Fining Those that Refuse Their Office, Of Market Overt, Of Prisage, &c. The Nature of By-Laws, What are Good, What are Not, And How Pleadable, With Several Special Cases Relating to the Same. Also of Masters and Appentices, Variety of Cases, And Pleading Thereon. Likewise the Manner of Proceeding in Attachments, Pleadings in Foreign Attachments, With Several Cases Thereof, And Forms of Pleadings Thereon, The Custom of Orphans in Several Remarkable Cases. Together with the Practice of All the Courts, With the Fees Thereunto Belonging. As Also the Exact Table of Fees, As They were Given in by Order of the Court of Aldermen, Under the Hands of the Severeal Prothonotaries, Secondaries, Attornies, And Clerk-Sitters in Both Compters, Keepers of Woodstreet and Poultry Compters, And Ludgate. With Several Other Useful Matters Relating Thereunto. Necessary for All Merchants, Tradesmen, Citizens, And Others. London: Printed for D. Brown, and J. Walthoe, 1702. [iv], 472, [16] pp. Two-page bookseller list bound at beginning of text. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Later buckram, lettering piece to spine, endpapers added, hinges reinforced. Light soiling and shelfwear, light browning and foxing to text, moderate edgewear to publisher list, light edgewear to title page and index leaves. Brief early annotations to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to boards and endleaves, bookplate to front pastedown, small perforated stamp of title page. * First edition. "London is generally look'd upon to be not only the most Magnificent, but withal the most happy City in Europe. (.) London is indeed a very happy City; happy in the enjoyment of many Royal Priviledges and immunities, and happy in many excellent Laws peculiar to her self; her only Unhappiness is, that her Laws &c. are either confin'd within Old Charters, in Words not very intelligible, which I have taken care to explain; or scatter'd about in such little parcels and frag [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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.

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        THREE DISCOURSES OF Sr. WALTER RALEGH .. Published by Phillip Ralegh,esq; his only Grandson

      London: Barker, 1702, 1701. Hardcover. Very Good. Frontispiece portrait "true effigies of ye Hon.ble Sr. Walter Rawlegh (sic) Knight" by F.H. Van Hove Three works in One, octavo contemporary panelled speckled calf (hinges held by cords/lower cover has several lacunae in the leather/tips worn but a nicely tooled contemporary binding) (iv)204pp+catal.dated 1701 There is a Second Titlepage "A DISCOURSE OF THE ORIGINAL AND FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE of Natural, Arbitrary, Necessary & Unnatural WAR" same publisher 1701 and the last few pages are the third part: OF ECCLESIASTICAL POWER. Name on margin of TP (Robert Coach?) & name on FEP Tho(mas) Wyatt. A nice crisp copy.

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        Gesamtans.,.

      . Kupferstich v. Pet. Schenk, 1702, 20,5 x 25,5.

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        Greece and the Archipelago. "Graecia et Archipelago, divisus in singulares Regiones Macedoniae, Albaniae, Epiri, Thessaliae, Achaiae et Morea; quibus accedunt Insulae Candia, Corcyra, Cephalonia ,Zcintho, Stalimene, Metelino, Chios etc

      Greece: Amsterdam Valk, Gerard and Leonard c1702. Copper engraved map of Greece and the Archipelago by Gerard and Leonard Valk. Original full wash colour; verso blank. The map first appeared in Schenk and Valk's "Atlantis Sylloge Compendiosa," c.1702; it shows the whole Greek peninsular and the Aegean with the coast of Asia Minor and the adjoining countries to the North. The territories of Greece and Albania, Macedonia and the Islands with full wash colour. Major towns heightened with red. Good dark impression with bright original full wash colour; occasional offset of colour; two old ink numbers to blank margins. The maps of Schenk and Valk are famous for their full wash colour, however often the pigments, particularly in the greens deteriorated leading to browning and eventually causing the paper to crack, for this reason it is unusual to see such bright original colour. Gerard Valck or Gerardus Valk 1652 - 1726; Leonardus Valk 1675-1746 Gerard Valck and his son Leonard were Dutch engravers, globe makers and publishers active in Amsterdam at end of the 17th century; they were in business with Pieter Schenk who was a pupil of Gerard and later married the Valks sister in 1686. Leonard Valck kept the family further united by marrying his first cousin Maria Schenk in 1710. In 1686 a privilege is granted to Petrus Schenck and Gerardus Valck for the printing & sale of their prints. The Valck and Schenk families where active as print sellers, publishers and printers of maps, atlases and architectural drawings as well globes. They accquired plates from the stock of Johannes Janssonius and also of Visscher reissuing several maps of Janssonius' "Atlas Novus "from 1683-94 and published an Atlas titled" Nova totius Geographia" in 1702. The best known of the joint Pieter Schenk & Gerard Valck publications were the second edition of Andreas Cellarius's " Celestial Atlas Harmonia Macrocosmica'" 1708 and an edition of Jan Jansson's "Novus Atlas" entitled the "Atlas Anglois" published in London by David Mortier in 1715. Pieter Schenck and Gerard Valk's earliest cartographic productions were a number of maps after Nicolas Sanson published in a composite Atlas, "Atlas Contractus or Atlas Minor" c.1696. He also published a further composite Atlas, "Atlantis Sylloge Compendiosa," c.1702. In 1702 Gerard Valck became a member of the guild of book dealers and was immediately elected leader of the guild. The same year, they bought engraved plates Nicolas Visscher who had died. In 1709, his son Leonard bought all the plates of Frederik de Wit from his widow . After the death of Gerard Valck in 1726, his widow and his son Leonard with his cousin Petrus Schennk II continued the business, eventually passing it to Petrus Schenk Jr. Zacharakis: 3609/2342; Koeman III, p138, Map no 36. Greece Continental Greece Archipelago

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        Privilegia Londini: Or, The Laws, Customs, and Priviledges of the

      1702. "London is Indeed a Very Happy City" [Bohun, William]. Privilegia Londini: Or, The Laws, Customs, And Privileges of the City of London. Wherein are Set Forth All the Charters From King William I. to Present Majesty William III, All Their General and Particular Customs, Viz. Against Foreigners, Of a Feme Sole Merchant, Of Disfranchisements of Freemens Wills, Of Executors and Administrators, Of Fining Those that Refuse Their Office, Of Market Overt, Of Prisage, &c. The Nature of By-Laws, What are Good, What are Not, And How Pleadable, With Several Special Cases Relating to the Same. Also of Masters and Appentices, Variety of Cases, And Pleading Thereon. Likewise the Manner of Proceeding in Attachments, Pleadings in Foreign Attachments, With Several Cases Thereof, And Forms of Pleadings Thereon, The Custom of Orphans in Several Remarkable Cases. Together with the Practice of All the Courts, With the Fees Thereunto Belonging. As Also the Exact Table of Fees, As They were Given in by Order of the Court of Aldermen, Under the Hands of the Severeal Prothonotaries, Secondaries, Attornies, And Clerk-Sitters in Both Compters, Keepers of Woodstreet and Poultry Compters, And Ludgate. With Several Other Useful Matters Relating Thereunto. Necessary for All Merchants, Tradesmen, Citizens, And Others. London: Printed for D. Brown, and J. Walthoe, 1702. [iv], 472, [16] pp. Two-page bookseller list bound at beginning of text. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Later buckram, lettering piece to spine, endpapers added, hinges reinforced. Light soiling and shelfwear, light browning and foxing to text, moderate edgewear to publisher list, light edgewear to title page and index leaves. Brief early annotations to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to boards and endleaves, bookplate to front pastedown, small perforated stamp of title page. * First edition. "London is generally look'd upon to be not only the most Magnificent, but withal the most happy City in Europe. (...) London is indeed a very happy City; happy in the enjoyment of many Royal Priviledges and immunities, and happy in many excellent Laws peculiar to her self; her only Unhappiness is, that her Laws &c. are either confin'd within Old Charters, in Words not very intelligible, which I have taken care to explain; or scatter'd about in such little parcels and frag

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        Berlin aen de Spree, ... und "Berolinum ad Spream, ...".

      . kol. Kupferstich v. Pet. Schenk, 1702, 21 x 25. Kiewitz 1097. - Blick vom Spreeufer zur Stadt. Im Vgr. schöne Schiffstaffage. Unter der Ansicht Legende in holländischer und lateinischer Sprache.

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        De schismate Donatistorum libri septem [...] (cum notis) Gab. Albaspinaei, Mer. Casaubonio, Casp. Barthii, & aliorum [...]

      Antverpiae [Antwerp], Apud G. Gallet 1702. Folio, pp. xlviii, 387. With fold-out map of the Mediterranean after p. xlviii. Title in red and black. With half-title, and blank at end. Engraved headpiece and first initial to first page of text. Inscription removed from top of f.f.e.p., some light browning and spotting. Contemporary calf, spine gilt (repairs to head and tail of spine, joints and corners all renewed). Half-title with stamp of the library of the Blessed Redeemer, Leod, shelf label on inside front cover. Third edition of Dupin?'s Optatus, which was the best according to Graesse and NBG; it was previously printed in Paris, 1700, and Amsterdam, 1701. This printing, unlike the first, instead of endnotes has footnotes, which are easier to read. Optatus (c.315-c.386) was bishop of Mileva in Numidia. St. Augustine used his work and praised him greatly for his exemplary life. Dupin?'s edition includes a history and documentary collection on the Donatists and a geographical description of the African church. Dupin (1653-1719) also wrote a bibliographical history of the patristic writers, which got him into trouble and which Racine, amongst others advised him to recant. He was a correspondent of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Wake, and tried to effect an Anglican reconciliation. Graesse V 30. Dupin?'s edition is fully described in NBG.

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        Formulare Anglicanum: or, a Collection of Ancient Charters and Instruments of Divers Kinds, Taken from the Originals . . . Deduced (in a Series according to the Order of Time) from the Norman Conquest, to the end of the Reign of King Henry the VIII

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson . . . and R. Knaptock at the Angel [etc], 1702. Contemporary calf, rebacked, light browning, else well preserved; the Taussig copy Only edition of Madox's first work, in Holdsworth's view "a most valuable contribution to the early history of conveyancing", providing an auspicious beginning to Madox's major efforts elucidating the early sources of the history of English law

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        SONETTI

      Firenze, nella Stamperia di Sua Altezza Reale, appresso Piero Antonio Brigonci, 1702. In-folio (mm. 440x280), mz. pelle coeva con ang., fregi e tit. oro al dorso, 4 cc.nn. (bellissima antiporta figurata, inc. in rame da Antonio Lorenzini su disegno di Ant. Dominicus Gabbiani rappresentante il Parnaso; frontespizio con grande vignetta inc. in rame e il motto ?"il più bel fior ne coglie?"; prefazione dello stampatore; 1 c. di Imprimatur); segue il magnifico ritratto del Redi intagliato da Domenico Tempesti e quindi cc. LX che contengono sessanta sonetti, impressi in rame solo al recto di ciascun foglio - con una straordinaria ricchezza di bellissimi fregi (testate e finali). In fine altre 2 cc.nn. di imprimatur. Pregevole "edizione originale" di questa raccolta di sonetti del poeta, scrittore, medico e grande scienziato aretino (1626-1698). Cfr. Gamba,829: ?"V?'è il ritratto del Redi, e sappiamo da una lettera di lui ch?'è stato intagliato da Domenico Tempesti?" - Razzolini, p. 289 - Brunet,IV,1175. Fresco e bell?'esemplare a pieni margini.

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        Classicum Belli Hispano-Gallici : oder grundliche Ausf?hrung, dass der jetzige Krieg wegen der Spanischen Succession das ganze Reich angehe...

      S.l. : 1702, 1702, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy bound in an early 20th century binding of marbled boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Tanning to pages. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Provenance: From the library of Majorat Meuselwitz with his armorial bookplate to front pastedown.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 52 pages; Description: 52p. ; 20cm. Subjects: War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714) -- History -- Europe -- Spain -- Great Britain -- France -- Holy Roman Empire -- Early works to 1800. Notes: With head and tail-piece. Language: German.

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        PUTEOLANI SINUS PROSPECTUS PULCHERRIMI, sive CAMPANIAE FELICIS DELICIAE

      Amsterdam,, s.d. (1702 ca.).. Grande incisione in rame (mm. 385x522) con due belle vedute: nella parte superiore ?"Le golfe de Pozzol, ou les délices de la Campanie heureuse, dans le Royaume de Naples?", nella parte inferiore ?"Sinus puteolanus?". Bell?'esemplare marginoso.

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        EPITOME GNOMONICA OVERO COMPENDIOSO TRATTATO, E MODO DI DESCRIVERE OGNI SORTE DI OROLOGI SOLARI, CIOE' ORIZONTALI, VERTICALI, RIFLESSI, E PORTATILI PER OGNI ELEVAZIONE DI POLO, AD OGNI USANZA DI ORE, IN QUAL SI VOGLIA PIANO, E SUPERFIZIE. CONSECRATO AL REVERENDISSIMO PADRE FRANCESCO OTTAVIO DE ORESTIS INQUISITORE DI FAENZA, E DI TUTTA LA ROMAGNA. STUDIO DI CARLO CESARE SCALETTI PATRIZIO FAENTINO.

      BOLOGNA, COSTANTINO PISARRI, 1702Esemplare in buone condizioni Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle ITALIANO Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle e carta decorata maculata; titolo su tassello verde  e fregi orizzontali in oro al dorso. Raffinata antiporta allegorica incisa all'acquaforte; 127 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio; al fine, 2 tavole fuori testo, la prima a piena pagina, la seconda con una piccola incisione a carattere gnomonico incollata sul foglio, in probabile sostituzione di una delle due tavole originali. All'interno, testatine, capilettera e finalini decorati incisi su legno;  41 tavole nel testo o a piena pagina incise su rame e su legno. Edizione originale, rarissima, curata dal faentino Carlo Cesare Scaletta,  architetto, buon matematico e precursore degli studi sull'aviazione. Esemplare in buone condizioni conservative, seganalata probabile sostituzione della seconda tavaola fuori testo finale.

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        Schwanenburg u. Steinbrücke vom Opschlaag ('Gezicht van Kleef by de Brugpoort naer Emrik uit op het Water, te zien naer den Vreugdenberg').

      . Kupferstich n. Jan van Call aus Schenks Ooge Lust b. P. Schenk in Amsterdam, 1702, 16,5 x 19. (Sammlung Angerhausen, H 26) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        The lives of the ancient philosophers : containing an account of their several sects, doctrines, ... : extracted from Diogenes Laertius, Causabon, Menagius, Starley, Gassendus, Charleton and others, ... .... with an appendix ... (Truncated)

      London : printed for John Nicholson, at the King's Arms in Little Britain and Tho. Newborough at the Golden Ball in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1702, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFull Book Title: The lives of the ancient philosophers : containing an account of their several sects, doctrines, ... : extracted from Diogenes Laertius, Causabon, Menagius, Starley, Gassendus, Charleton and others, ... .... with an appendix containing the lives of several later philosophers ... taken from Eunapius, and an account of the women philosophers, written originally in Latin by Aeg. Menagius to Madam Dacier...Provenance; from the library of Sir henry Fitzherbert with his bookplate. Very good copy in the original, full tree calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with a gilt-blocked label and cross-bands; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 564 pages; Physical description; [16], xxx, [2], 564, [12] p., [9] leaves of plates. Notes; Final leaf is numbered xxix on the recto. Referenced by: ESTC T121892. Other names; Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678.

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        Astronomiae Physicae & Geometricae Elementa.

      Oxoniae (Oxford), E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1702. Folio. Contemporary full calf, raised bands, rectangular blindtooled frames and central panel "mirror" on covers, Cambridge-style binding. leather at joints cracked, but cords intact so that covers not loose. Corners a bit bumped. Light wear to spine ends. Spine a bit rubbed. Pastedowns and flyleaves with browning. Title-page with large engraved vignette (Sheldon Theater). (12),494,(2) pp. With numerous textdiagrams. Very light browning to titlepage and a few marginal brownspots to last leaf, a fine clean copy, printed on good paper with wide margins.On the verso of the title-page is pasted the book plate of Sir William Baird of Newbaith. He habitually pasted his armorial bookplate on the verso of the title-pages of the books in his large and fine library.. First edition of the first text book of astronomy based on Newtonian principles. Apart from its importance in the remodeling of astronomy in conformity with physical theory, the work is of the utmost importance as a source book - it contains the FIRST PRINTING OF NEWTON'S PAPER ON LUNAR THEORY ("Lunae Theoria Newtoniana", pp. 332-336) as well as the FIRST EXPOSITION OF NEWTON'S CLASSICAL SCHOLIA, which Newton himself considered an important part of his philosophy.Gregory, a Scottish mathematician, who taught at Edinburgh and Oxford, was one of Newton's closest friends and associates. Newton thought highly of his work and communicated for insertion it in his Lunar Theory. He also permitted Gregory to use the material of that which is known as his "Classical Scholia", which are incorporated into Gregory's preface. "Newtonian scholars have long been aware of a set of draft Scholia to Propositions IV to IX of Book III of the "Principia". These were composed in the 1690's, as part of an unimplemented plan for a second edition of the work. Since they describe supposed anticipation of Newton's doctrines in the thought of Greco-Roman antiquity, they have been known as the 'classical' Scholia..... Newton's thoughts on these matters were not, however, kept completely concealed. HE PERMITTED DAVID GREGORY TO USE THE MATERIAL EXTENSIVELY in a long historical preface to his "Astronomiae Physicae & Geometricae Elementa" (1702), IF WITHOUT ATTRIBUTION. (It was also available to Maclaurin for his much later work)." (McGuire & Rattansi in "Newton and the Pipes of Pan", 1966)."It was the first textbook composed on gravitational principles, and remodeling astronomy in conformity with physical theory. Newton thought highly of it, and communicated for insertion in it (p. 332)) his 'lunar theory', long the guide of practical astronomers in determining the Moon's motions. The discussion in the preface, in which the doctrine of gravitation was brought into credit on the score of its antiquity, likewise emanated from Newton." (DNB)."His thick folio text on foundations of astronomy, Astronomiae...elementa (1702) is a well-documented but unimaginative attempt to graft the gravitational synthesis propounded in the first book and especially the third book of Newton's Principia onto the findings of traditional astronomy. While respected as a source book it is now chiefly remembered for the remarks by Newton on the prisca sapientia of the ancients and their "knowledge" of the inverse-square law of universal gravitation and for the Latin version of Newton's short paper on lunar theory which it reproduces." (DSB).Babson No. 71. - Houzeau & Lancaster 9240

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        Quilter Family archive : collection of original documents, 1702-1848

      NP, 1702-1848, 1702, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionAll items are in a good to very good condition, loosely gathered in a folder of vellum-covered boards, probably removed from a 19th century book. The older documents are slightly edge-nicked and tanned as with age, but still legible. The later documents are quite clean and bright, with just some dulling around the edges. Overall, this unique and rare collection of documents remains particularly well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; A small archive of original documents relating to the Quilter family. There appears to be a connection between a number of the families mentioned in these documents and 'The Kings Candlesticks' that relate to George IV and the Julius family. Three handwritten sheets of family trees (late 16th century to 1931) that feature the names of Quilter of Staple in Kent (16th century), Rumball (18th-19th century), Julius, Quilter, Palmes [or Palmer], Rowland and others. The original documents range from 1702 to 1848 and include ordination certificates, landlord-tenant agreements, articles of clerkship and wills, some with their original seals. Contents include: Deacon ordination certificate awarded to George Quilter, signed by the Bishop of Ely, 27th September, 1816. With original seal. -- Chaplain certificate: "George Quilter to be licensed to perform the office of Chaplain of the workhouse of the Lincoln Union in the county of Lincoln", May 29th, 1837. -- Canon certificate awarded to George Quilter, signed by the Bishop of Lincoln, 16th Dec. 1870. -- "Inventory of furniture and effects in the house in Malbrook belonging to Mr. Quilter, 1st Jan. 1702." -- "Inventory and appraisemet of furniture and effects in Walbrook from Mr. Quilter to Mr. Keating, 24 January, 1702." -- "Schedule of fixtures to be appraised to Mr. Quilter from Mr. Keating 23 June 1703." -- "Valuation of fixtures taken in the house of Mr. Dyson by Mr. Quilter, Dec. 6th, 1777." -- "Schedule of fixtures to be appraised from Mr. Quilter to Mr. Cameron, 1st October 1783." -- Articles of clerkship between William Lee and John Rumball. 1770. With original seals. -- Articles of clerkship between James Rumball Quilter and Robert Gatty. 1st May 1779. With original seals. This document states: "James Rumball Quilter of Walbrook in the City of London." -- Copy of the last will and testament of Francis Russell Nixon (1803-1879), the first Bishop of Tasmania. -- Last will and testament of Julius Quilter, 2nd Sept, 1848. The collection also includes a 19th century handwritten personal booklet/diary of religious verse and French poetry, transcribed from various works. Placenames mentioned, and repeated, in the listed documents include: Ely, Canterbury, Walbrook in the City of London and Lincoln. Also included is a typed letter from C. Cary Gilson addressed to the Quilters, West Chiltington Common, Sussex regarding the Quilter family connections to Lord Horatio Nelson's wife. Gilson quotes Aunt Nona: "my great grandfather owned St. Kitts... The widow Mrs. Nesbitt was a relation of his and married Lord Nelson." Nelson and Nisbet were married at Montpelier Estate on the island of Nevis on 11 March 1787, shortly before the end of his tour of duty in the Caribbean. The marriage was registered at Fig Tree Church, St John's Parish, Nevis. Nelson returned to England in July, with Fanny following later (Sugden, John (2004). Nelson: A Dream of Glory).

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        Koningh Jesus Gekroont Op sijn vryen Genade Throon, Verheerlijkt in de Zaligheydt der Sondaren. Waar in vervolgens 'T werk der verlossinge wert ontvouwd, De Goddelijke Liefde klaar ontdekt, Nevens het Koninglijke Huwelijks-Feest, Christus in sijn Lijden en Glory vertoont, Als de Middelaar des Verbonds betoogt, En soo des Levens Fonteyn geopent. Gepredikt en Beschreven, door de Geleerde Dr. Wm. Beats, I. Owen, J. Flavel, Mr. I. Row, I. Alline, en andere Godsalige wijse beroemde Mannen, soo in Holland als Engeland. Vertaalt en t'samen gevoegt, door Johannes Hofman. II. Deel.

      Rotterdam, Reinier van Doesburg 1702. (96) 367 (17) p. Opnieuw gebonden half Perkament, 12° (onderkant titelpagina verstevigd en hoekje pagina 9/10 voorwerk in kopie, verder een goed exemplaar van deze zeldzame prekenbundel. SGT- H 456).

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        The works of Flavius Josephus : Translated into English by Sir Roger L'Estrange, knight ... All carefully revis'd, and compar'd with the original Greek. To which are added two discourses and several remarks and observations upon Josephus

      London : Printed for R. Sare [1702], 1702, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound with the original (period-contemporarty) full aniline calf boards. Professionally and period-sympathetically rebacked with a matching brown leather spine and gilt-blocked label. Raised bands. Very impressively finished. Some surface wear evident to the panels, with dulling and rubbing to the panel edges. Pages dust-toned as with age. From about page 750 onwards there is some damp staining evident, although the text is still perfectly legible throughout. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1129 pages; Description: 18, 1108p., illus., plates, maps; 36cm. Contents: I. The antiquities of the Jews, in twenty books. II. Their wars with the Romans, in seven books. III. The life of Josephus written by himself. IV. His book against Apion, in defence of the antiquities of the Jews, in two parts. V. The martyrdom of the Maccabees. VI. Philo's Embassy from the Jews of Alexandria to Caius Caligula. Subjects: Jewish studies -- History -- Sources -- Jews -- Antiquities -- Judaism. Notes: Lacking title page. Lacking pages 1109-1130 of index. Errata listed at bottom of p.18 of first register. Biographical note: Josephus was a soldier, translator and early historian of the Jewish culture and the First Roman-Jewish War. After leading the Jewish armies against Rome, Josephus was captured and detained as a translator for Vespasian and Titus, eventually earning his freedom and becoming a Roman citizen. He then negotiated against Jerusalem on behalf of the Roman army, the failure of which led to sacking the city. His historical works have been studied extensively for clues into Roman culture, Judaism, early Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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        Dessentliches Teugnik von dent Morte B Ottes

      Verlegung Des Waysenhauses, Germany 1702 - First edition. Full leather. Text in German. Leather dry and worn, lacking the spine, endpapers chipped on edges, thus good only. Very thick and seems to have three volumes in one with a register (index) in the rear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Essay on additional figures and marks of cadency. Shewing, the ancient and modern practice of differncing descendents in this and other nations. More fully and exactly, than any thing hitherto published upon this part of herrauldry.

      John Reid, Edinburgh 1702 - Second Edition. Small 8vo. pp. [8], xxxi, [1], 276. With 6 plates of heraldic shields. Some light pen marks in an old hand on title. Small amount of worming in last half of book - sometimes obstructs a few letters of text. According to Lowndes "this essay was printed at the author's expense." Bound in full reddish-brown morocco. A penciled note on the rear paste down attributes the binding to Douglas Cockrell - "the pupil and disciple of Cobden-Sanderson." The monogram "WHS" is gilt stamped on the lower rear turn-in. [ESTC T135758; Lowndes 1694]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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