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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. N.d. [1702]. Lima. Joseph de Contreras. In 12mo (147 m x 92 mm). 16 + 664; 202 + 1. Slightly later Spanish or South American mottled calf, gilt-stamped spine, red gilt morocco label, gently worn. Ownership signature on verso of title page, internally bright and clean copy, last folio slightly soiled. First edition. Marban?s is a very rare and singularly important vocabulary of the Moxos language, the first of its kind and the only 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). OCLC locates only two copies. Palau, 150837 & 150838 (giving them as separate works). Medina, Lima, 712. Sabin, 44465. OCLC 44821383.

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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. 3 vols.

      Oxford, Printed at the Theater, 1702-07. Folio. Bound in 3 contemp. full calf, Cambridge-style bindings, 5 raised bands, title-and tome labels in leather on backs. Cracking to hinges on 2 volumes, but covers not detached. Some rubbing and wear to extremities. Engraved portrait of the autor in vol.3. Htitles. (2),XXIII,557;(16),581;(24),603,(21) pp. Large engraved titlevignettes and many engraved head-and tailpieces. Internally clean and printed on good paper.. First edition of the first volume, later issues of volume 2-3. Clarendon's great work was first published from a copy of a transcript made by his secretary, and it was the object of a violent attack by John Oldmixon for supposed changes and omissions, and the history was first published from the original manuscript in 1826. - Lowndes I: p. 467

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        Divi Aurelii Augustini Hippom. Episcopi Meditationes, Soliloquia et Manuale

      Cornelii ab Edmondt Coloniae Agrippinae: Cornelii ab Edmondt, 1702. Hardcover. Very good. Ed. Henrici Sommalii, S.J. 12mo. 410,(22)pp. Contemporary full calf. Spine in 4 compartments with raised bands; each compartment tooled with a floral design and with remnants of gilt. A fine engraved title of St. Augustine. Several different ownership inscriptions from 1731 and later, and a 20th century bookplate. Wear to the spine tip, lower hinge and corners else a very good copy with a fine text block.

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        Historische Bilder Bibel: vorstellend die Geschichte der h. Patriarchen und Ertz Vtter, der Richter unter dem Volck Gottes, wie auch der Kþnige und Propheten Heiliger Gþttlicher Schrifft Altes Testaments wie auch was in dem Neuen Testament beschriben von Historien so sich zugetragen haben mit Christo Jesu unserm Erlþser auch seinen Heiligen Aposteln, dess gleichen alle englische Erscheinunge[n] und was sonsten in allen Stndendenckw¸rdiges darinn aufgezeichnet zu finden zur Ehre Gottes, undChristlicher Seelen andchtiger Beschauung, mit Fleiss gezeichnet, in K¸pffer gestochen, verlegt und herausgegeben

      Augspurg: Johann Ulrich Krassen 1702 Augspurg: Johann Ulrich Kra¸ssen, 1702. First edition. 8vo. 187 [of 188] numbered engraved plates (including title- pages). Lacking plate 2. Early 19th-century half brown calf and paper boards, gilt-lettered spine label. Covers slightly rubbed, but a very good, clean copy otherwise

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        Notæ ac observationes in literas rom.

      pontificis Agapeti II de prærogativa atque eminentia regis Upsalensis, sive Svioniæ. Accedunt prolegomena, quibus gloria linguæ & rei svionicæ, contra nonneminis insultus, atque haud ita pridem editas cavillationes, evidentissimis rationibus vindicatur. Uppsala, (Rudbeckska tryckeriet), (1702)-03. Folio. (11,1 blank),20,1-48 s. Med träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Ngt nött samtida skinnbd med upphöjda bind, oxiderade ryggdekorationer och helt guldsnitt. Dubbla oxiderade ramverk på pärmarna med olikfärgade fält. Turkmarmorerade för- och eftersättsblad. Ryggen ngt blekt och de yttre falsarna spruckna nedtill. Minimala ytliga maskangrepp på främre pärm och pärmarna ngt bågnade. Titelbladet och de följande tryckta dedikationerna ngt bruntonade. Enstaka fläckar, t.ex. på s. 35-36. Med Eric Edman Johanssons och Samuel Triewalds namnteckningar och Carl Jedvard Bondes formklippta exlibris. Från Ericsberg.. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 6896. Enligt Per Hierta var Lundius "Notæ" det Rudbeckska tryckeriets sista arbete före branden (jämte sista delen av Atland) och en stor del av upplagan gick upp i rök. Warmholtz skriver att "boken är nu för tiden nog sälsynt". Lundius lät 1703 trycka ett nytt titelblad samt tre olika dedikationer till en del av de exemplar som fanns kvar. Dessa blad är mycket ovanliga. Själva påvebullan är ett grovt falsarium som går ut på att visa att Västgötalagens beskrivning av Danaholmstraktaten, då den svenske kungen satt till häst och den danske kungen höll i betslet, är sann, till skillnad från Skånelagens skildring, som är den omvända. Nils Ahnlund har visat att den notoriske lustlögnaren Nils Rabenius, kyrkoherde i Hedemora, lämnat sitt visitkort i texten, då den västmanländske representanten påstås tillhöra släkten Rabbe, en uppdiktad medeltida släkt som Rabenius påstod sig vara ättling till. Han skapade sig ett fint stamträd genom att föra in Rabbenamnet i medeltida handskrifter och i egna falsarier som detta. Gränsförteckningen är slarvigt redigerad, så samma gränsmärken återkommer i olika förvanskade skepnader och Västergötlands gräns mot Småland har också kommit med! Samuel Triewald (1688-1743), vars namnteckning återfinns i föreliggande exemplar, var författare, diplomat och ledamot av Vetenskapsakademien

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        Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History Of New-England, From Its First Planting In The Year 1620, Unto The Year Of Our Lord 1698

      Thomas Parkhurst Folio, recently rebound in calf, consists of 7 books in one volume, folding map (linen-backed), [30], map, 38, [2], 75, 238, [2], 128-222, 100, 88, 118, [4] pp. As usual, lacking errata leaves, left half of map made up in facsimile, first signature A bound incorrectly after D (per Church and Holmes). Minor marginal annotations, dampstaining affecting upper inner quarter of the first three books, leaves 6L2 and 6L3 with smaller margins, apparently taken from another copy; modern bookplate tipped in on front pastedown. First ad leaf out of register and trim, the other worn and extended at the inner margin, both with slight loss of text. Handsomely rebound in full panel calf, sewn endbands, title label on spine The first edition of Cotton Mather?s (1663-1728) Magnalia Christi Americana has long been regarded as the most famous work produced during the colonial period. It contains a wealth of information on a broad range of subjects, and gives the reader a clear picture of colonial life. Of particular interest is his discussion of the Salem Witch trails, for which he challenges some of the methods used, and seems to be distancing himself from those events. Some historians would argue he played a not insignificant role in what happened in Salem. Other highlights include his discussion of the development of Harvard College, and the escape of Hannah Duston (1657-1736) from the Indians.

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        [Ethiopian writing] Grammatica Aethiopica: ab ipso Autore solicite revisa, & plurimis in locis correcta & aucta. Editio secunda. Accedit Prosodia, Cum Appendicibus, Praxi Grammatica, et de scribendis epistolis Aethiopicis; denique index Vocabulorum difficiliorum.

      Frankfurt am Main, Apud Johannem David. Zunnerum et Nicolaum Wilhelmum Helwig,1702. Small folio. Very nice recent blue hcalf w. gilt lettering on spine. Title-page printed in red and black, w. woodcut vignette and stamp: "Jews college, London". Some brownspotting, but all in all a very nice copy. (12), 184, (8) (Index) pp.. Second edition of Ludolfus' groundbreaking Ethiopian Grammar. The German, Job Ludolf, was the first to bring the study of Etiopian subjects into a system, and his present work is the first of its kind to see the light of day. It was unusal for the time to take up the study of something like the Ethiopian laguage, and after Ludolfus' important philological works followed a long period of neglect, which did not end till the second half of the nineteenth century, when these studies were finally resumed, causing them to flourish. Brunet III, pp. 1223

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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

      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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        Descrizione del Real Tempio e Monasterio di Santa Maria Nuova di Morreale.

      DEL GIUDICE Michele. Descrizione del Real Tempio e Monasterio di Santa Maria Nuova di Morreale. Vite dè suoi arcivescovi, abbati e signori. Col sommario dei privilegi della detta Santa Chiesa di Gio. Luigi Lello ristampata d?ordine dell?Abbate Don Giovanni Ruano con le osservazioni sopra le fabriche e mosaici della Chiesa, la continuazione delle vite degli Arcivescovi, una tavola cronologica della medesima istoria, e la notizia dello stato presente dell? Arcivescovado. Palermo, Epiro, 1702. In 4to; cc.4 n.nn., pp.202; 136; 71; pp.40 (numerate da 23 a 62); cc.28n.nn.; pp.45; 45; 132; cc.2n.nn. In antiporta ritratto in ovale dell?Abbate Don Giovanni Ruano cui l'opera è dedicata. 31 tavole numerate su 33, incise in rame da Gaetano Lazara. Mancano le tavole n. 27 e 29. Sono presenti però 2 tavole non numerate a doppia pagina con i ritratti degli Arcivescovi succedutisi dal 1176 al 1673. Nel ?Sommario dei Privilegi? i sigilli del Re Guglielmo II, della Chiesa, della Città e dello Stato di Monreale. In fine vi è l?opuscolo ?De raedificatione monasterii?. Coleti avverte credesi comunemente che l?autore di questa descrizione sia l?Arcivescovo Torres, ma il Mongitore l?attribuisce al Lello (Lozzi 2870, nota). Timbro di appartenenza al frontespizio. Tracce d?umido. Lievi fori da tarlo alle prime carte che non intaccano il testo. Bruniture a qualche tavola con rinforzo al verso. Pergamena coeva, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Ex libris. Edita nel 1588 da Zanetti a Roma e di nuovo nel 1596 l?opera di Gian Luigi Lello sulla Basilica di Monreale fu ripubblicata con molte aggiunte da Michele Del Giudice ?uno dei principali membri dell' Accademia dei Riaccesi di Palermo. Dall'Arcivescovo di Monreale venne nominato esaminatore sinodale e nel 1710 Abbate dello ordine. Fu uomo straordinario nei lavori letterari, nel 1711 aveva raccolto una quantità di documenti storici siciliani che non potè pubblicare perché nessuno volle prestarsi al suo invito in tutta Italia. Avrebbe preceduto il Muratori e il Caruso, che si giovò dei lavori di lui?. (Mira I, pag. 438). Edizione assai rara. Narbone I, pag. 287. 5 immagini allegate.

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        Palaestra linguarum orientalium, hoc est quatuor primorum capitum Geneseos, I. Textus originalis tam ex Judaeorum quam Samaritanorum traditionibus. II. Targumim seu paraphrases orientales praecipuae, nempe I. Chaldaicae, (Onkelosi, Jonathanis et Hierosolymitana) II. Syriaca. III Samaritana, IV. Arabica, V. Aethipica, VI. Persica. Omnia cum versione latina... cura Georgii Othonis...

      Frankfurt, Impensis Friderici Knochii. Typis Martini Jacqueti, 1702. (18) + 140 + 147 + (3) p. Contemporary half leather. 20 X 16,5 cm. Old signatures

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        Some Fruits of Solitude, in Reflections and Maxims Relating to the Conduct of Human Life.

      2 volumes in one, 12mo, contemporary calf, 1, [[14], 158, [6], 1, [6], 117 pp. Calf with moderate wear, and somewhat weak hinges, lacks front endpapers, moderate dampstaining in the second book, index leaf misbound, first page after volume one repaired with some loss of text, final leaf defective with loss of text at the top of the page, early owner's inscription on rear face papers; still a very decent copy. William Penn (1644-1718) was born in London, and in 1681 would make history by founding the colony of Pennsylvania. He started this enterprise with good intentions and considerable resources, and even managed to cultivate good relations with Native Americana in the area. However, by 1685 the colony became a financial failure for Penn, and his vision for an "ideal society" ended. Penn, a Quaker, had his share of squabbles with other religious leaders, but he was fortunate enough to have the means to publish his opinions. The present title was a popular work, and published in several editions. It contains a lot of useful information that presents Penn's views on life. He tells us that diet is important to a balanced life and recommends "eat therefore to live, and do not live to eat." He also tells us that "strong liquors" are not a bad thing if used in moderation. He also felt having good friends was very important, and advises a person to choose them like a wife, "till death separate you." ANB.

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        Biblia sacra vulgatae editionis sixti v pont. max. jussu recognita et clementis viii auctoritate edita. venetiis, sumptibus jacobi bertani, 1702.

      6 voll. in-8° (172x97mm), di cui i primi 5 di Antico Testamento e il sesto di Nuovo Testamento; i primi 5 voll. sono in paginazione continua, per complessive pp. (10), 5342 [i.e. 2644; numerosi sono gli errori di paginazione], (200); il sesto volume, con paginazione autonoma, consta di 632 pp. Legatura coeva p. pelle marrone con dorsi a nervetti adorni di titolo, tomaisons e fregi in oro entro scomparti. Tagli a spruzzo rossi. Al primo vol., antiporta calcografica con figurazioni sacre e allegoriche sottoscritta "Suor Isabella" (si tratta di Isabella Piccini). Impresa tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio del primo vol., consistente in due colonne unite da un nastro entro cornice figurata, con il motto: "Plus ultra". In un ovale posto in alto al centro campeggia un leone rampante sovrastato da un'aquila bicipite. Fregi tipografici ornati su legno, centinaia di incisioni calcografiche intercalate n.t. a un terzo di pag. Lavori di tarlo alle pp. 443-490 del primo vol., toccanti anche lettere di testo. Qualche usuale brunitura. Annotazione di possesso settecentesca al contropiatto del primo vol. ("Alli otto di Setembre [sic] 1740 comprai la sagra Biblia divisa in cotesti sei tomi nel prezo [sic] di quatordici Pauoli... Ex libris Aloysij Marchesi 1796". Esemplare assai bello nel complesso. Edizione veneziana di inizio Settecento della Vulgata, di cui principale autore fu San Gerolamo, nel testo procurato sotto papa Sisto V, corretto e riveduto poi sotto il pontificato di Clemente VIII.

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        1) Lexicon Aethiopico - Latinum, ex omnibus libris impressis, nonnullisque manuscriptis collectum; et cum docto quodam Aethiope relectum. Accessit authoris grammatica, cum aliis nonnullis, quorum Catalogum sequens pagina exhibebit. 2) Lexicon amharico-latinum, cum indice latino copioso inquirendis vocabulis amharicis in hoc opere contentis. 3) Grammatica Aethiopica: Ab ipso autore solicite revisa, & plurimis in locis correcta & aucta

      Johannes David Zunnerus Frankfurt Johannes David Zunnerus 1699, 1698, 1702 First edition, as stated fair Folios. 3 volumes bound in one. (16) 663pp. (44), (2) 54pp.* (16) (10), 184pp. (8). Contemporary embossed vellum with gilt embossed decoration and black lettering to spine. Raised bands. All three works are ground-breaking standards, both for the study of Ethiopian language and for the study of the history of linguistics. They constitute one of the first Ethiopian-Latin dictionaries and grammar books and, hence, introduced Ethiopian language and culture to the Christian world. The books appeared separately and were rarely combined, as is the case here. It is noteworthy that Walton used the Lexicon aethiopico-latinum for his New Testament Polyglot edition and this. Our copy of the Grammatica aethiopica is the second revised and corrected edition from the first London edition (1661), edited by Johannes Michael Wansleb. Ludolf was unsatisfied with the quality of the work and thoroughly revised the text. Text in Ethiopian and Latin. Separation to spine hinge, but complete. Scuffing, rubbing and staining to boards. Corners bumped and word. Browning, watermarks and occasional foxing to pages. Minor tears to edges of some pages. Library stamp to loose front endpaper. All three title pages in red and black lettering. The title pages of 2) and 3) are woodcut illustrated. In fair condition. *In 2), each page is divided by two columns. The pagination is according to columns, not pages, i.e. the page number reaches 103. References: Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th ed. (1911), vol. V17, p.114; C. Juncker, Commentarius de vita et scriptis Jobi Ludolfi (Frankfort, 171o); L. Diestel, Geschichte des alten Testaments in der christlichen Kirche (Jena, 1868); J. Flemming, " Hiob Ludolf," in the Beitrage zur Assyriologie (Leipzig, 1890-1891). An extensive bibliographical entry is available at the Biographisch-Biographisch Kirchenlexikon (band V (1993), Spalten 317-325). Author of the entry: J¸rgen Tubach.

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        Les Metamorphoses d'Ovide, en Latin et Francois, Divisees en XV Livres. Avec de Nouvelles Explications Historiques, Morales & Politiques sur toutes les Fables, chacune selon son sujet; de la Traduction de M. Pierre Du-Ryer Parisien, de L'Academie Francoise.

      Edition nouvelle, enrichie de tres-belles Figures. P. &J. Blaev, Janssons à Waesberge, Boom, & Goethals, Amsterdam 1702. Folio. Titlepage in red and black and with an engraving. With several large, beautiful engravings in the text by Martin & Paul Bouche and others. (12)+574 pages. Text printed in two columns with text the original Latin in verse and the French prose translation. In contemporary full leather binding of brown calf. With richly ornamentally gilt spine and titlelabel on the spine in red leather with the title 'Ovide'. With gilt ornamental border on the front and back cover. Very minor edgewear and slightly bumped corners. Lower part of upper hinge with minor weakness. Bookplate on pastedown. Apart from a little brownstaining on the flyleafs the inside very crisp and clean.. A beautiful, clean copy of the great illustrated French edition of Ovid's masterpiece. All the stories are accompanied by lively, remarkable engravings that are finely preserved here

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